Liberal government

The co-founders of WE Charity are to testify before a House of Commons committee today as part of a parliamentary probe into a $912-million student-volunteer program. Craig Kielburger and Marc Kielburger speak during "We Day" in Toronto on Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Hannah Yoon

WE Charity founders Marc and Craig Kielburger appear before House committee: Live video

The Kielburgers along with former board chair Michelle Douglas will answer questions about WE Charity’s agreement with the Liberal government

A copy of the federal government's Economic and Fiscal Snapshot 2020 is thumbed through as reporters take part in a media lock-up for the in Ottawa on Jul. 8, 2020. (Sean Kilpatrick/CP)

A pandemic-era economic and fiscal snapshot or patting their own backs?

Marie-Danielle Smith: Though much of Canadian society has struggled financially during COVID-19, we have assurances that more money is ‘in the pockets’ of Canadians because of Liberal policies

ISIS foreign fighters are coming home. Now what?

We take stock of how many have returned and what the Liberals are doing about it.

Federal-provincial health funding talks hostile amid walkout threats

Provinces and territories are not happy with the Trudeau government’s take-it-or-leave it approach.

A guide to Maclean’s 2016 Trudeau Report Card

Marking one year since the Liberals’ election triumph, we examine what they’ve done in a year—and what’s next

A committee dispute clouds the Liberals’ sunny ways

Why the NDP and the Bloc are testing the Liberals by slowing down House committees


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his cabinet and its promise to Canadians

‘We will work tirelessly to honour the trust Canadians have given us’