With the latest evidence of just how much damage one ferocious storm can wreak, many islanders hope political leaders can now see the urgency of the situation and just what it will take to save their foothold in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
Former Canadian senator Don Meredith has been charged by Ottawa police with three counts of sexual assault and one count of criminal harassment.
For many runners, the race isn't finished until they have that medal around their neck. But with mounting supply-chain problems and environmental concerns, some Ottawa-area event organizers are rethinking the bling.
Saskatchewan's Minister of Policing and Public Safety Christine Tell says she does not want provincial police resources involved in a federal firearm buyback program, a position the federal government says is reckless.
Immigration has dominated political discourse in the last days and weeks of the campaign. Some see parallels between CAQ comments and former premier Jacques Parizeau blaming his 1995 referendum loss on "money and ethnic votes."
The mandatory use of the ArriveCAN app is being dropped along with other pandemic restrictions such as masking. But Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is hoping people will continue to use it voluntarily as a way to fill out customs information before arriving in Canada.
MPs Matthew Kelloway and Brad Vis reflect on lessons learned from helping their communities cope with major natural disasters.
Peel Regional Police say a standoff that began after 7:30 a.m. ET Friday at a medical facility in Mississauga, Ont., has ended and one person is in custody.
Two of North America’s biggest names in fitness have settled a lawsuit over allegations of “copycat” sports bras and workout tights.