- Calgary mother hopes photo of dying son will deter others from doing fentanyl
A Calgary mother is hoping a photo of her lying on a hospital bed with her dying son will help steer others away from using the deadly drug fentanyl.
- Ontario to test basic income project in Hamilton, Lindsay, Thunder Bay
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced on Monday that Hamilton, Lindsay and Thunder Bay will take part in Ontario's basic income pilot project.
- Toddler's father, woman charged with murder after boy's body found near Edmonton church
Edmonton police have charged a 19-month-old boy's father and a woman with second-degree murder after the toddler's body was found outside a north Edmonton church on Friday.
- Alberta premier challenges Trump on cross-border trade comments
Premier Rachel Notley is urging U.S. President Donald Trump to explain what he means when he mentions sectors that ought to be reviewed under Canada-U.S. trade agreements.
- 'Embarrassment to Canadians': Abuse, humiliation occurred at bases across country, soldiers say
After a Go Public investigation on the abuse of young recruits during military training exercises, other former soldiers are now revealing the abuse was widespread.
- Vic Toews to face Canadian Judicial Council review over conflict-of-interest allegations
Manitoba Justice Vic Toews will face an investigation by Canada's judicial watchdog over alleged breaches of conflict-of-interest rules.
- Why the Canada Revenue Agency is using this simple tactic to get you to pay your taxes
The Canada Revenue Agency says it's begun using carefully crafted messages as a way of increasing the likelihood that people who owe taxes will pay up.
- Sask. tourists shocked to find Poundmaker's pipe in London museum
A Saskatoon-based Indigenous lawyer was “completely surprised” to come across a rare artifact from Poundmaker Cree Nation on a recent trip to the British Museum in London.
- Softwood lumber decision Tuesday is Trump's next chance to hammer Canada
Donald Trump's attack on Canada's softwood lumber industry last week was pretty vague. But this trade dispute is about to get very specific: the U.S. Department of Commerce will release its decision Tuesday on potentially damaging countervailing duties on Canadian imports.
- Family of Edmonton toddler found dead outside church mourns 'a special baby'
An Edmonton family has been going through "a lot of heartache" since learning that a body found Friday outside a church was 17-month-old Anthony Joseph Raine. "I never thought I'd have to bury my own son," says the toddler's mother, Dalyce Raine, 19.
- 'This is a serious issue': Kellie Leitch vows to deport asylum seekers after visit to Manitoba town
Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch is vowing to deport asylum seekers who are caught sneaking into Canada, following a visit to the Manitoba town that's been a hotspot for border crossers.
- Leafs' series against Capitals shines light on Toronto's bright future
The Toronto Maple Leafs gave the Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington Capitals all they could handle in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and that's reason enough for the franchise to be proud of its progress, writes Mike Brophy.
- Some celebrity pads in Los Angeles cheaper than homes in downtown Toronto
As if housing market prices in Toronto aren't discouraging enough, a celebrity pad in Los Angeles can be comparable in price to some homes in the downtown core, so some Canadians are looking to purchase homes in Tinseltown.
- 120 investors likely lost $9M in syndicated mortgages tied to convicted fraudster
More than 120 people from the Greater Toronto Area's Chinese community have likely lost nearly $9 million in syndicated mortgage investments solicited by someone they trusted and who then loaned the money to a convicted fraudster, a CBC News investigation has found.
- Moncton RCMP did not have proper equipment or training, Crown tells labour code trial
Some of the deaths and injuries of RCMP officers who responded to the Moncton, N.B., shootings in 2014 could have been avoided if the police force had complied with Canada Labour Code requirements, a lawyer said during opening arguments of a provincial court trial. A defence lawyer argued the RCMP did not cause the deaths of three officers.
- Hamilton man in naval spy case wants info on CSIS wiretaps of Chinese Embassy
A naval engineer from Hamilton, accused of trying to spy for Beijing, is asking a federal judge for full access to information about Canadian Security Intelligence Service wiretaps of the Chinese Embassy.
- Montreal woman's mail diverted to suspected fraudster
When Kathleen Hamilton got a Canada Post notice asking her to confirm her request for mail forwarding, she thought it was a mistake. It turns out she was a victim of identity theft.
- Lexin Resources and the dark side of Alberta's downturn
The story of Lexin Resources is a cautionary tale for Alberta. A small company, a big mess and questions about whether Albertans were put at risk.
- Beware unintended consequences as governments meddle in real estate: Don Pittis
When governments try to tame unruly markets, there are always unintended consequences.
- Israel indicts teen over threats against Jewish centres in Canada, U.S.
Israel has indicted an 18-year-old American-Israeli dual citizen for a wave of bomb threats against Jewish community centres in the United States and Canada that stoked fears of rising anti-Semitism.