A former commissioner of Canada's broadcasting regulator was treated unfairly by an investigator who found he had harassed a woman, according to a Federal Court ruling.
While more than 118 people have received a doctor-assisted death since the procedure became legal in Canada, that number likely represents only one tenth of those who made "serious requests" for medical help in dying, a Toronto physician says.
The number of restricted guns in Canada shot up 9.5 per cent last year. Since 2004, the number of restricted firearms such as semi-automatic rifles and handguns that require a restricted gun permit in Canada has doubled.
What was pitched as a straightforward process to buy $200 million in new mobile tents for the military has gone sideways, as companies involved have launched complaints to a trade tribunal and the Federal Court of Appeal even before the contract is awarded.
Doctors and nurse practitioners have helped hasten the deaths of more than 100 Canadians since the federal law governing medical aid in dying was passed in June.
A Toronto-area man detained in Egypt for nearly two years after being arrested when that country's former leader Mohammed Morsi was ousted by military forces has quietly returned to Canada and reunited with his family in his Mississauga, Ont., home.
Energy, the environment, and climate change are expected to be among the key topics when the New England governors and Eastern Canadian premiers gather Monday in Boston.
THE BATTLE for Brexit has now turned into a fight over whether Britain should leave the EU’s single market.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau departs today for his first official visit to China, Canada's second-largest trading partner. Here are six things to watch.