The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it is looking at ways to improve labelling for seafood after a report by environmentalists gave current rules a grade of F due to a lack of consumer information.
Hundreds of officers will march through the streets of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu today for the funeral of RCMP Const. Richer Dubuc.
'It allows communities, people, First Nations of different tribes to come together and have an opportunity to re-acquaint themselves with their friendships, to look at how everybody is doing.'
An American couple in their early 70s that an immigration appeal board said "almost anyone" would want as neighbours is under a deportation order to leave the country.
Outgoing NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is steering clear of commenting on his party's leadership race, but says the party should strive to influence policy while keeping its eye on one goal: governing.
The convention to pick the next, and possibly last, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta kicked off Friday with a candidates’ rally at the Telus Convention Centre in Calgary.
The Conservative Party of Canada has removed 1,351 names from its membership list after discovering they were purchased anonymously and inappropriately.
A "historic avalanche cycle" in the Rocky Mountains has prompted rare "extreme" warnings throughout the national parks west of Calgary and Edmonton. Even some of the most experienced mountaineers say they're planning to stay out of the backcountry this weekend.
The parents of a 22 year-old Winnipeg man say their son's safety is at risk after staff at the Winnipeg Remand Centre refused to accept his prescription medication.
Two big banks are waving red flags about Toronto housing prices, calling them "simply unsustainable" and a "bubble" in separate reports.