CBC - Politics Kinder Morgan revenue sharing deal could cause provincial feuds, expert says 2017-01-18T22:08:40.000000Z A revenue-sharing agreement that helped convince British Columbia to support the $6.8 billion Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion threatens to tear the fabric of country, says a resource policy expert. Doctor who hired a hit man to kill teen patient takes prison complaint to top court 2017-01-18T22:00:00.000000Z The Supreme Court of Canada will decide Thursday if it will hear a complaint from medical doctor Josephakis Charalambous, who hired a hit man to kill a young patient who had accused him of sexual abuse. MMIW Inquiry names additions to its legal team 2017-01-18T18:34:07.000000Z The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has added two well-known Indigenous lawyers to its legal team. Criminal cases, public and police safety put at risk by IT failures, RCMP documents say 2017-01-18T17:43:14.000000Z Internal reports detailing critical IT failures at the RCMP suggest that in spite of promises to improve tech support for the national police force, gaffes and poor service at Shared Services Canada continue to jeopardize police work as well as officer and public safety. Justin Trudeau faces heat over decision to speak French only at town hall 2017-01-18T16:44:16.000000Z Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says in retrospect, maybe he should have answered in English when asked questions in that language at last night's town hall meeting in Sherbrooke, Que. Trump administration will press Canada, Mexico to reopen NAFTA 2017-01-18T15:38:37.000000Z The man U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has tapped to reshape the country's trade policy will soon send a letter to Canadian and Mexican officials urging them to reopen NAFTA talks, according to a report. Bank of Canada to keep an eye on Trump's trade policy 2017-01-18T15:07:20.000000Z The Bank of Canada will keep a close eye on the potential harm to the Canadian economy from possible protectionist U.S. trade measures under the Trump administration, but is waiting for more details before incorporating those risks into its official forecasts for Canadian economic growth. Senator wants inquiry after murder charges stayed against Connie Oakes, Wendy Scott 2017-01-18T14:58:20.000000Z A senator is calling for a public inquiry after prosecutors stayed charges against a second woman accused in an Alberta man's killing — in a case that hinged largely on that woman's testimony, which was later deemed "unreliable" by an appeal court. Ex-army commander Andrew Leslie to play key role in dealing with Trump administration 2017-01-18T14:54:36.000000Z Retired army commander Andrew Leslie has been appointed parliamentary secretary to the minister of foreign affairs, and will take on "special responsibilities" for the crucial Canada-U.S. relations file. Kevin O'Leary makes late entry into Conservative leadership race 2017-01-18T12:57:18.000000Z It's finally official: Kevin O'Leary will run to become leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. After months of flirting with the idea, he picked the morning after the French leadership debate and used a video on his Facebook page to declare his candidacy.