The federal Conservative Party needs an image makeover and leadership candidate Andrew Scheer believes he’s the man for the job.
The decision by a federal NDP leadership candidate to attend a rally “in support of Palestinian terrorists” was strongly denounced by B’nai Brith Canada.
A painting recently discovered at an Ontario thrift store by renowned folk artist Maud Lewis sold in auction for almost three times its estimated price.
No winning ticket was sold for the $37 million jackpot in Friday night’s Lotto Max draw.
Quebec’s chief coroner has ordered an inquest into the death of a teen who was shot and killed by a provincial police officer in 2015 after a chase in Messines near Maniwaki.The order by Chief Coroner Catherine Rudel-Tessier was announced Friday.Brandon Maurice, 17, was shot on Nov. 16, 2015 after a pursuit involving a Sûreté du Québec officer.
The SPCA in Prince Albert, Sask. is investigating allegations of animal cruelty involving kittens.
The federal government says it’s reviewing Boeing’s efforts to win Canadian military contracts after the U.S. government formally launched investigations into the aircraft giant’s allegations that Bombardier received subsidies allowing it to sell its CSeries planes at below-market prices.
The managing editor of CBC’s The National was reassigned Wednesday for what the public broadcaster called “an inappropriate, insensitive and frankly unacceptable tweet” he made as part of a controversial debate over cultural appropriation.
Jennifer McCreath thinks carefully before making plans to get on an airplane.
Family, friends, and supporters of former Ottawa academic Hassan Diab gathered in front of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office on Wednesday, and their message was loud and clear: bring Diab home from France.
Winnipeg police have charged three men in a homicide involving the cousin of Tina Fontaine, a teenager whose death fuelled calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women.
One of the victims of a shooting at a high school and a home in northern Saskatchewan told the teenage gunman that he didn’t want to die while another victim managed to call 911 before he was killed.
The Canadian Judicial Council is pushing back against the idea of having sexual assault survivors and support organizations help develop training for aspiring and sitting judges, fearing it could interfere with the independence of those on the bench.
If Tina Martino couldn’t receive a call from her son this mother’s day, word that his body was finally being returned home for a proper burial was the next best thing.
An overdose prevention group on the front line of Vancouver’s drug crisis can now include a small, furry mouse on the list of lives it has saved.
OTTAWA — Transport Minister Marc Garneau has introduced legislation to create a new passenger bill of rights, which will give travellers a better idea of when airlines will have to compensate them.
The auditor general says it couldn’t get the information it needed from Ottawa to determine whether the government is meeting its commitments to phase out inefficient fossil fuel subsidies.
Jagmeet Singh launched a potentially historic bid Monday to make the leap from provincial politics to head up the federal party, with a speech heavy on themes of equality and social justice.
Bullying and harassment remain serious problems within the RCMP and only major changes to the way the police force is run will make a difference, says a national watchdog.