Vancouver and Seattle should be connected by a driverless highway, according to some high-tech entrepreneurs.
A Toronto-area family who lost four family members — including three children — in a horrific car crash last year has filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the drunk driver convicted in their deaths.
A Nunavut community still reeling from the effect of a fire that burned down the town’s only high school last September is now dealing with two other incidents of arson at its only elementary school.
Man who pleaded guilty to murders of 2 Sask. Indigenous women must serve at least 20 years behind bars
Emotions were boiling over Tuesday as a judge sentenced murderer Clayton Bo Eichler to life in prison with no eligibility for parole for 20 years.
Paralympic gold medalist Katarina Roxon will be welcomed home at St. John's International Airport on Tuesday afternoon.
The Phoenix pay system has been restored after a disruption in service that lasted several hours Tuesday morning and affected all federal government departments.
This summer, many women around the world quietly put away their bras.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna intends to see Canada reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as the previous Conservative government had vowed. And so she found herself condemned twice over on Monday afternoon.
Loss of feeling in fingers and toes: Classic signs of mercury poisoning found in 90% of Grassy Narrows people
More than 90 per cent of the population at Grassy Narrows First Nation is showing signs of mercury poisoning, according to new research released on Tuesday by Japanese experts.
Even as Ottawa remains locked in a decade-long legal battle with three Canadians who were tortured in Syria in a post-Sept. 11 crackdown on terror suspects, a ministerial directive on the use of evidence obtained from torture is still on the books.