A photographer whose work portrays the bodies of women "who don't want to fit the mold" says she is "floored" after being temporarily banned by Facebook — again.
Manitoba's Progressive Conservative government faced protesting students and the threat of a labour lawsuit Monday as it moved to freeze public-sector wages and raise post-secondary tuition fees.
Ottawa's police chief said he was caught off guard by news that Ontario's Community Safety minister wants to see an internal audit of all gloves worn by the force's officers, even though the province doesn't currently regulate such equipment.
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and newly-elected Alberta Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney met for 35 minutes Monday in Edmonton. They agreed to set up a discussion committee to come up with an agreement to unite the parties by the end of April.
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and newly-elected Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney met for 35 minutes Monday in Edmonton. They agreed to set up a discussion committee to come up with an agreement to unite the parties by the end of April.
The Manitoba government is moving to set restrictions on marijuana similar to those on alcohol.
The Ontario government is urging federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau to cool the country's hottest real estate markets by boosting the capital gains tax on housing speculators.
Nearly half of Canadians want to deport people who are illegally crossing into Canada from the United States, and a similar number disapprove of how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is handling the influx, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Monday.
Canada could undermine the global justice system by failing to extradite a pair accused of orchestrating the honour killing of a 25-year-old B.C. woman, a government lawyer argued today before the Supreme Court of Canada.
A day after winning a $1 million teaching prize, Maggie MacDonnell spoke with Quebec AM about her experiencing teaching in Salluit, Que., and her hopes for the future.