This being the first day back at school, Andrew Scheer was obliged to stand and tell the class what he’d done with his summer.
A Calgary fraudster described by a judge as greedy and unremorseful has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for masterminding a nearly $9-million Ponzi scheme that affected about 160 investors, mostly from Alberta and B.C.
One of two British Columbia women challenging the federal government’s restrictive law on medically assisted dying has been able to end her suffering with the help of a doctor.
As many as 11 military veterans, whose appeals for benefits were heard before a federal review panel, have been offered the chance to re-argue their claims after questions were raised about the validity of the rulings, CBC News has learned.
The four candidates aiming to lead the federal NDP made their final pitches to party members on Sunday during a showcase event where they laid out their visions for the party and made their cases for why they are best to lead it.
After months of campaigning, selling memberships, raising money, soliciting endorsements and debates held across the country, the NDP leadership race is finally at its end.
Canada’s former top soldier in Haiti, who was tossed into legal limbo two years ago, said he has no intention of giving up his battle for an apology over the way he was stripped of command and brought home under a cloud of scandal.
Manitoba Progressive Conservatives launched an attack website against the new leader of Manitoba’s NDP just a half hour after he was voted in Saturday.
Canada will seek access into a region of Myanmar where thousands of Rohingyas have been forced out, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Saturday, as she acknowledged for the first time publicly that the violence against the minority Muslim population appears to be ethnic cleansing.
In the final debate of the campaign to finally replace Tom Mulcair as leader of the NDP there were, perhaps predictably, attempts to quibble with the presumed front-runner.