Neighbours of a Toronto man who discovered homophobic graffiti spray-painted on his home's garage door Thursday morning said they were shocked and disgusted to find out about the hateful comments.
Government lawmakers are treading carefully over the business of recreational pot — just one of the parallels to the careful legalization of alcohol in Canada in the face of temperance objections.
The Conservative leadership race will be won member-by-member, and that means the leadership contestants might want to visit some unlikely corners of the country.
According to the law firm involved, the courts have approved a class action that will compensate young people who became sick in the 2001 North Battleford tainted water scandal.
The number of Canadians who smoke tobacco appears to be dropping, a national survey suggests.
Recent government regulations have created "unprecedented levels of uncertainty" for the high-end home market heading into the key spring buying season, Sotheby's International Realty Canada said in a report released Wednesday.
Police say a man arrested in the death of his seven-year-old stepson in St. Catharines, Ont., would not have been apprehended so quickly without people widely sharing his image on social media.
The classrooms have changed and so have the subjects, but 99-year-old Isabella Dryden says her love for teaching is exactly the same as when she started — 80 years ago.
The winding down of the Hebron construction project and job losses at the oil refinery in Come by Chance are dealing a double economic blow to the Avalon Peninsula's isthmus region.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau's second federal budget Wednesday isn't expected to match last year's big-ticket, headline-grabbing spending commitments. Get ready for smaller, strategic moves this time that are on-brand for the Liberals.