A Toronto man who pleaded guilty to selling three separate firearms to convicted killer Dellen Millard, including the handgun used in the murder of Hamilton man Tim Bosma, has been given an 11-year prison sentence.
An 11-year-old Toronto girl says a man attempted twice to cut off her hijab as she walked to school on Friday morning, and police are now characterizing the attack as a hate crime.
China's Bitmain Technologies is eyeing bitcoin mining sites in Quebec, a company spokesperson told Reuters, as expectations of a potential Chinese crackdown on cryptocurrency mining make the energy-rich province an attractive alternative.
Two days after the University of Calgary launched a review of Connor Neurauter's status as a student, the school says it has no grounds on which to expel the 21-year-old convicted sex offender.
A same-sex Nova Scotian couple says Service Canada must update its forms so men don't have to declare a "maiden name" to get social insurance numbers for their children.
Edmonton police have released video of a December hit-and-run that left two pedestrians with serious injuries while they continue to search for the driver.
An Ottawa-area brewer will have to wait to launch its latest product with the provincial liquor retailer after it said the logo could leave shoppers with the impression that the beer has special healing powers.
Ford is recalling another 2,900 Ranger pickup trucks including 190 in Canada because they have been linked to two deaths due to defective Takata airbag inflators.
A special public avalanche warning has been issued for B.C.'s interior ranges, with outdoor enthusiasts being told not to venture into the backcountry.
McDonald's Canada has issued an apology for a radio advertisement that compared the value of spending $5 at a museum to spending $5 at McDonald's.