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.
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.
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.
A lawsuit has been filed in B.C. Supreme Court challenging the provincial government's controversial property transfer tax levy on foreign buyers.
Amid growing demand for the tasty crustaceans, fishermen have been hauling in record catches that are commanding the highest prices in more than a decade.
'The track of the Canadian Pacific Railway is a fundamental part of our urban geography,' says Richard White. But is it an economic link to the world, or a bit of urban blight? And what's the future of the steel rails that run through Calgary's core?
Canadian wheelchair racer Michelle Stilwell claimed her second gold medal at the Rio Paralympics in the women’s 100-metre T52 early Saturday.
Statistics Canada has a new chief statistician, an appointment that fills a vacancy created when Wayne Smith resigned in protest over what he said was the federal government's failure to protect the agency's independence.
A University of Waterloo study says bringing solar and wind energy to Canada’s remote Arctic communities is not only possible and environmentally beneficial, but it will also mean big savings.
The province's public health officer says two new beer runs in Nova Scotia are yet another example of how society normalizes drinking through sport.