Police have confirmed that 10 people are dead and 15 injured after a van mounted a sidewalk in north Toronto, crashing into pedestrians.
All signs point to print media getting a much-needed financial assist from the federal government in the next budget.
The federal government says hiding the names of job applicants had no significant effect on whether those who identified as visible minorities were called in for an interview over a six-month period.
The federal Liberals are terminating a program launched by the former Conservative government to convert existing home mail delivery in Canada to community boxes.
In one of several testy exchanges during a U.S. Senate hearing this week, the country’s secretary of homeland security was pressed to explain a new policy that allows customs agents to examine the cellphones of travellers at the border.
EDMONTON — Hunters have been killing cougars in Alberta for decades.
Police say a Canadian man arrested in the U.S. and charged in the death of his ex-girlfriend last spring has been escorted back to southwestern Ontario.
A Nova Scotia fishing village is shaken after a fire left several people dead early Sunday, including at least two children, according to the Canadian Red Cross.
An elderly couple who died together in the brutal cold outside their farmhouse are remembered by neighbours as an inseparable pair who loved living in their rural Huron County home.