Martin Couture-Rouleau refused psychiatric help, insisting he was fine, in the months and weeks before launching a deadly terror attack in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu in 2014. Quebec psychiatrists say it's time to look at broadening the criteria defining who can be forced to get treatment.
The Conservative Party has avoided falling to pieces. And if the Conservatives somehow fail to return to government after 2019, it at least won't be Rona Ambrose's fault.
Tribes representing tens of thousands of Indigenous people in the U.S. and Canada will be signing a declaration against the planned Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Some U.S. and Canadian Starbucks Corp. stores were only accepting cash on Tuesday because of a payment system outage that the company blamed on an overnight software update.
Health Minister Jane Philpott is announcing consultations on a suite of proposed regulatory changes related to the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board.
Hamilton-born author Julia Cooper picks apart how humans handle loss and eulogize the dead in her new book, "The Last Word."
Researchers studying ancient ice from Canada's Arctic say the samples reveal new information on what climate change could do.
An officer who helped review the RCMP response to a shooting rampage in Moncton that left three Mounties dead and two wounded on June 4, 2014, testified Tuesday that carbines would have been the most effective weapon for the responding officers that night.
Phyllis Longobardi remembers coming face to face with the shooter that day. She was shot and six pellets hit her. For her, there is only one appropriate sentence.
The mauling death of a Little Grand Rapids woman has Manitoba Grand Chief Derek Nepinak and a veterinarian who has worked with First Nations calling for a dog cull on the First Nation, but a rescue group says the situation never should have reached that point.