The ship that may have cost the military’s second-in-command his career will be formally unveiled in an elaborate ceremony Thursday at Quebec’s Chantier Davie Shipyard.
A potential showdown is looming over the federal government’s target date to legalize pot.
Muslims in Quebec City are expressing new concern after a package containing a defaced Qur’an and a note suggesting they use a hog farm for their cemetery was delivered to the mosque where six men were shot and killed in January.
Coping with new pot rules, court delays and an escalating opioid crisis are some of the pressing issues premiers will tackle on the final day of their meeting in Edmonton today.
The killer who took 15-year-old Leah Anderson’s life four years ago was male and known to the girl, Manitoba RCMP announced Tuesday in a Facebook post.
Young children reunited with their families after being in government care need specific supports tailored to their “unique needs,” says Alberta’s child and youth advocate.
As the premiers gather for the Council of the Federation this week, some of them have more political worries back home than others.
United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has released his negotiating objectives ahead of talks to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement next month, and several will pose problems for Canada at the bargaining table.
After years of safety warnings and reports of injuries from wire-bristle brushes used to clean barbecue grills, Health Canada has begun a risk assessment that could potentially stop the sale of the brushes.