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- Supreme Court of Canada to weigh video-lottery terminals class-action case
The high court has agreed to look at a case from the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal that alleges video lottery terminals are inherently dec
- Ruling by Elections PEI eliminates potential Green Party candidate replacement for Josh Underhay
Susan Hartley, who was hoping to run in a riding where the party’s first candidate died just days before last month’s provincial election, has wit
- Canada has hired a firm to ship garbage back from the Philippines, environment minister says
The announcement comes hours after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ordered his government to find a company to take the waste and then leave it i
- Witness who lived with Winnipeg man accused in death of woman found in barrel testifies about strange home dynamic
Holley Sullivan told a jury there were “jealousy issues” among the several women who shared a home with Perez Cleveland, who is accused of killing
- 4-year-old boy drowns in northern Manitoba community
Police say a ground search found the child around 11:30 p.m. Sunday in a bay on St. Theresa Point First Nation.
- Regulator investigating high gas prices in B.C. has power to examine gouging
Gas prices hovering around $1.70 per litre in the Metro Vancouver area have been the highest in Canada for several months.
- Restaurants helmed by Celebrity Chefs in Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills is a playground of the stars and the chefs in the kitchen are just as famous. Ranging from exquisite Michelin star rated restaurants to
- Quebec credits new gun registry for huge jump in number of voluntary surrenders
Between April 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019, 5,250 long-guns were voluntarily given to authorities to be destroyed, according to provincial police spokes
- Two winning Newfoundland Independent candidates say they look forward to minority government
On Thursday, Ball’s Liberals were re-elected but took a hit, holding 20 of the legislature’s 40 seats while the Tories took 15, the New Democrats
- Former B.C. polygamous leader guilty in taking child bride to United States
James Oler was found guilty of removing a 15-year-old girl from a community in British Columbia to the United States to be married to an older member
- Canada’s parole officers say correctional system has reached breaking point
A recent survey suggested more than two-thirds of parole workers are worried they’re not able to properly protect the public because they do not hav
- Indians to benefit with Trump's merit-based immigration plan
US President Donald Trump has unveiled a new merit and points-based immigration policy that substantially hikes the quota for young and highly-skilled
- Ontario dentist charged after alleged sexual offences involving co-op student, police say
The dentist, who police say worked at the Small Town Family Dental Clinic in Shelburne, faces one count each of sexual assault, sexual exploitation an
- Alabama's abortion bill turns into law
Montgomery: Alabama's Republican governor has signed the most stringent abortion legislation in the nation, making performing an abortion a felony in
- Canadian girls typically earn less than boys for summer jobs, survey suggests
Girls aged 12 to 18 reported earning about $3 an hour less than boys, according to an Ipsos survey.
- Air search launched for three people overdue on trip in Northwest Territories
A search is underway for two men and a woman who were reported overdue on a trip between two communities on the north side of Great Slave Lake.
- Vets lobby at Parliament Hill to expand medical cannabis laws to include dogs, cats
Currently, the law does not allow veterinarians to prescribe pot for pets, even though preliminary research suggests it could be beneficial in treatin
- How the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike led to bloodshed and political change
While the strike itself lasted only six weeks, the fallout from the unprecedented display of strength by both ordinary workers and anti-union forces c
- RCMP hasn’t seen evidence that led to demise of Mark Norman case
The case revolved around a November 2015 decision by the newly elected Liberal government to reconsider a $700-million contract the Harper Conservativ
- Freeland to meet Lighthizer in Washington to push for tariff removal
The meeting at the United States Trade Representative’s Washington office is expected to take place on Wednesday.