Canadian authorities closed a criminal conspiracy investigation into Canada’s two biggest newspaper chains despite evidence the companies had an agreement to shut down dozens of local newspapers and not compete on one another’s turf.
Officer Jason Stamp beat a skateboarder, then Barrie mayor Jeff Lehman covered for him
B.C.'s drug deaths in January 2021 were more than double those of last January, and an increasingly toxic drug supply is part of the cause, says the province's chief coroner.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was subject to an abuse of process when Trump pitched her as a U.S. bargaining chip with China, say her lawyers. But lawyers from the Attorney-General say that argument disappeared with Trump's election loss.
Global Affairs Canada official pitches "Fortress North America" approach to secure business supply chains in CUSMA trading bloc.
Liberal and opposition MPs on a Commons committee have passed a motion calling on Prime Minister Trudeau to not call an election while the pandemic continues, something he has not committed to despite questioning from NDP leader Singh.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh yesterday proposed new incentives for small businesses to rehire workers and an extension of support programs. Singh has pledged to not trigger an election, but has raised concerns the PM might.
StatsCanada will today release final data showing the pandemic's impact on the Canadian economy. Preliminary data released mid-January estimated Canadian GDP shrank 5.1% in 2020, the biggest pull-back in over 60 years of comparable data.
Public Security Minister Bill Blair to develop new government-wide framework for protecting intellectual property, pipelines and information networks. The plan is expected to include more intelligence gathering and threat assessment.
The right-wing JCCF, which believes public health restrictions are "more deadly" than COVID-19 and argue politicians and public health officials are overstating deaths, continue to argue in B.C. court for lifting restrictions on churches.
Recent racist attacks and slurs have Black and Muslim women in Edmonton afraid and looking over their shoulder.
New vaccine approvals and a fuller shipping schedule has 56% of Canadians believing Ottawa can get enough vaccine to get everyone inoculated by September, and 66% say restrictions should stay until half have their shots.