A new trial has been ordered for a British Columbia man convicted of first-degree murder in the death of 18-year-old Taylor Van Diest on Halloween night in 2011.
Leaked documents from the U.S. government outlining a proposed 97 per cent funding cut for Great Lakes restoration has Hamilton environmental advocates shaking their heads in worry.
A First Nations community in northern Quebec has taken a novel approach to cracking down on drugs: banishing dealers from its territory.
A Cree community in northern Manitoba will soon decide whether to adopt its own land code, a move that would give the First Nation control over its land and resources — and free it from certain sections of the Indian Act.
Saskatchewan's Brad Wall said the cuts will hopefully save $250 million, a necessary part of paying off a looming $1.2-billion deficit.
A threat was made to a Jewish school in Toronto on the same day that threats were received by a Jewish community centre in London, Ont. and several Jewish groups in the U.S.
"Would you put that sheen on your vegetable garden?'' asked Bob Chamberlin, the nation's elected chief councillor.