Canada's point man in Washington, key Trudeau adviser, resigns
RCMP find two bodies believed to be B.C. teen fugitives
Four people shot during Raptors championship rally
Health Canada sets guidelines, release date for marijuana edibles
Canadians split on gene editing
Trudeau threatens libel suit over SNC-Lavalin crisis, opposition says
Surrey, B.C., mom latest to be charged in U.S. college admissions scandal
A Surrey mom is the latest parent to be charged in a U.S. college admissions scandal that saw large sums of money allegedly exchanged for false acceptance offers. Xiaoning Sui, 48, was arrested in Spain and remains there in custody after being ...
Minnesota court declines to review Enbridge Line 3 pipeline approval
By Nia Williams CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - The Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear environmental and tribal challenges to Enbridge Inc's Line 3 oil pipeline, a decision that removes one potential obstacle for the already-delayed ...
Pot producer CannTrust's license to produce, sell cannabis suspended
(Reuters) - Troubled Canadian pot grower CannTrust Holdings Inc said on Tuesday its license to produce and sell cannabis has been suspended by Health Canada, sending its shares down 12.6%. The company had delayed its second-quarter results last ...
Canada's first residence for homeless vets in Ottawa named in honour of hero pilot
For sailors and airmen lost at sea, the sound of a Consolidated PBY-5A Canso aircraft overhead meant help was on the way. The lumbering twin-engined “flying boats” could land on water to rescue the helpless from their peril. The ...
Calgary Zoo set to fete panda twins before looming return to China
Calgary’s zoo will hold a week-long celebration for four-year-old panda twins Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue before their imminent departure for China, likely sometime next month. The male and female offspring of Panda Passage matriarch Er Shun ...
So, this attack on Saudi Arabia's oil — what does it mean to us Regular Canadians?
EDMONTON — When markets opened Monday morning, observers were quick to note that oil prices were pogo-sticking around, causing no small consternation. “It is the biggest shock to the oil markets since (Hurricane) Katrina. And, like ...
Canadian officials honour Nazi collaborators in Ukraine, angering Jewish groups
The Canadian Forces and Global Affairs Canada are facing criticism after honouring members of Ukrainian organizations that helped the Nazis in the Second World War. Canada’s Ambassador to Ukraine Roman Waschuk spoke at an Aug. 21 ceremony ...
Saskatchewan nurse Carolyn Strom goes to province's top court in four-year landmark case over Facebook post
A Saskatchewan nurse is making a final attempt this week to overturn charges of professional misconduct resulting from a 2015 Facebook post in which she criticized her grandfather’s end-of-life care. Carolyn Strom is asking the Saskatchewan ...
Ontario musician's publicity stunt on Ambassador Bridge criticized as dangerous, selfish
A Windsor man will face a criminal charge for illegally climbing the Ambassador Bridge over the weekend — an unauthorized publicity stunt that police are describing as “selfish” and “incredibly dangerous.” “Not ...
No tornado but unusual second damaging storm in Amherstburg, Ont.
The widespread storm damage in Amherstburg, Ont., Friday was not caused by a tornado, Environment Canada said Monday. “It was a downburst,” Environment Canada meteorologist Gerald Cheng said Monday. “Basically a downburst ...