Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the plan to make recreational pot legal by this summer will go ahead without delay.
A $15 million contract for Dillon Consulting leads recent local procurement wins.
Long-standing problems with Canada's military procurement system are threatening to undermine the Trudeau government's vaunted defence policy, warns a new report.
The federal government will give $700 million over the next five years to the Business Development Bank of Canada in a bid to grow Canada's clean technology industry.
A $91-million Elections Canada contract for IBM leads the past few weeks of local procurement activity.
The federal government is embarking on a regulatory overhaul to crack down on harassment in federal workplaces, from Parliament Hill to the telecom industry.
Spurred by backlash to the federal government’s proposed tax changes, the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance has launched a campaign calling for the government to pause and reset its priorities on…
The Canadian government's new cultural strategy all but snubs so-called legacy media, industry experts say, and left out some key measures that could have given a boost to struggling newspapers…
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tried to reassure farmers Thursday that Ottawa's controversial tax proposals, if introduced, wouldn't impair their ability to bequeath the family farm to the next…
Neptec, PwC and the Royal Canadian Mint are among those earning government work these past two weeks.