Home Capital Group says it has reached an agreement to pay $29.5 million to settle Ontario Securities Commission and class-action lawsuit matters related to allegations of misleading disclosure.
A University of Alberta undergraduate student got a second chance at becoming a paleontologist four years ago after his mother died.
Police said the unusually adorned car was travelling more than 50 km/h over the speed limit.
A 90-year-old airline passenger says she was twice forgotten and left to fend for herself in a wheelchair during a stopover at Calgary International Airport.
Tour boat operators must do a better job identifying hazardous waves according to an investigation into the capsizing of the Leviathan II whale-watching boat near Tofino, B.C.
Retailer Sears Canada is on the ropes, warning investors that it might have to restructure its business or seek a buyer. The corporate crisis is decades in the making, say retail analysts.
Fear, confusion and hope were in the air at a community meeting in Churchill, Man., on Monday night as residents gathered to learn what's next for their subarctic town, now a fly-in community with the closure of the only rail line.
A team of scientists had to abandon an expedition from Quebec City to Churchill, Man., on Sunday because of hazardous ice conditions caused by climate change.
A photo-radar supervisor contracted with the City of Edmonton has been charged in connection with a case that shocked the city last week, when a woman was pulled over and sexually assaulted by a man police had thought was impersonating a peace officer.
Federal legislation, that could become law by the end of the summer, will make it more difficult for police to place journalists under surveillance.