Canada intends to encourage countries at a November peacekeeping summit to follow its example and rise to a “new level” of ambition in the commitment of troops and equipment to the world’s trouble spots, federal documents show.
Nearly 60 years after the Avro Arrow was scrapped amid controversy, members of the public will get their first look at one of the test models recently found in the depths of Lake Ontario.
A new program at the neonatal intensive care unit at Saskatoon’s Royal University Hospital is allowing new parents to keep close watch over their babies, even if they can’t be near the hospital.
Some veterans advocates aren’t pleased with the results of the first phase of a federal study intended to assess the effectiveness and safety of psychiatric service dogs used by people who live with post-traumatic stress disorder.
At the age of 21, Paul Delorme was a Canadian soldier like most others — until the day he found himself in a rank never now assigned to Canadian soldiers: prisoner of war.
Toronto-area pastor Hyeon Soo Lim was reunited with his family in Ontario today after more than two years in detention in North Korea.