Trade talks with Donald Trump and the race to adopt new rules for legalized pot will dominate the agenda as Canada’s premiers gather in Edmonton this week.
Failure to comply with video taping rules for use of force incidents ‘alarming’: correctional investigator
Federal prison guards are failing to comply with rules around videotaping their use of force against inmates in a majority
of cases, according to data obtained by The Canadian Press.
‘It’s absurd’: Whitby, Ont., mom turned in to children’s aid after dentist reports possible ‘oral neglect’
Whitby, Ont., resident Melissa Lopez says she was surprised when she brought her daughter Elianna to a new dentist last year and was told the 10-year-old had nine cavities.
When Marilyn Poitras, a Métis professor at the University of Saskatchewan, became a commissioner for the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls about 10 months ago, she felt like it was the beginning of a healing journey.
After initially saying his schedule wouldn’t permit a visit, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Calgary for the Stampede on Saturday, and made stops at events around the city in a visit met with a mix of love and loathing.
‘She’s growing up without a father’: Turkish refugees in Canada share fears a year after failed coup
Hundreds of refugee families across Canada are marking a heart-breaking anniversary Saturday of the coup attempt in Turkey that some say has left their family members trapped there or stranded overseas in precarious circumstances.
When pressed about the issue on the Senate floor Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he understood Canadians’ “concerns” about the $10.5 million payout to Omar Khadr. “In fact,” he added, “I share those concerns about the money; that’s why we settled.” But to the thousands of men and women who have served in Canada’s military, their concerns go far beyond the simple dollar amount.
A new hunt for Avro Arrow models in the depths of Lake Ontario: This time the search will be different
It’s become the stuff of legend — lying deep in the depths of Lake Ontario are the remains of nine Avro Arrow models launched in the mid-1950s.
Two sisters found dead in a burned-out car in Calgary were “beautiful souls” who leave behind 16 children between them.
Omar Khadr may have won the first round in a fight over the enforcement of a $134-million US judgment against him, but his legal ordeal could stretch on for years, possibly ending up at the Supreme Court.