The Supreme Court of Canada refused Thursday to hear WestJet's arguments to quash a proposed class-action harassment lawsuit launched by a former flight attendant.
New research on lead pollution trapped in Arctic ice is revealing how plagues, wars and the climate affected the economy of Medieval Europe.
A controversial wooden fence was short-lived on Signal Hill in St. John's as government workers tore it down in the pouring rain on Thursday morning.
The federal NDP may have lost its final legal bid for judicial review of decisions by the House of Commons management body that left the party on the hook for as much as $2.7 million.
Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band, which will premiere at TIFF in September, tells the story of the Canadian musician's early life and the formation of "one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music."
The bust is the "largest organized crime operation" in the history of the York Regional Police service, said Chief Eric Jolliffe at a Thursday morning news conference.
More than 60 years ago, the federal government sent Inuit South for tuberculosis treatment. Many died there, their deaths unreported to their loved ones. Now, Inuit are finding their relatives — sometimes in unmarked graves.
The declaration for the District of Fort St. James was ordered by the mayor less than a month after Conifex agreed to sell its sawmill.
The mystery of TD customers being charged for Spotify memberships and other charges without their consent has left customers worried their bank accounts aren’t safe.
Edmonton junior high teacher Alyssa Tungul, 29, faces three sex-related charges.