Alberta’s path to balanced budgets is built on hopes for construction of three new pipelines, including the controversial Trans Mountain expansion, plus reaping extra revenue generated by the federal carbon tax.
Marine scientists in B.C. have for the first time seen a killer whale drown a baby of the same species.
Sidewalk Labs "hadn't foreseen" how fiercely Canadians would demand that their data be retained within the country when it first sought out to design a "people first" high-tech neighbourhood in east Toronto, says one of the local leaders working with the start-up, which is owned by Google's parent company Alphabet.
A man convicted in India of arranging the so called "honour killing" of Jaswinder (Jassi) Sidhu managed to obtain permanent residency in Canada while on parole.
A director with Canada's prison system screamed, hurled insults and behaved aggressively at employees on a near-daily basis, the federal integrity commissioner concludes in a report tabled in Parliament today.
Canada's financial consumer watchdog says there are "insufficient" controls in place at the country's biggest banks to prevent sales of financial products that are misrepresented or unsuitable for consumers, and the banks' sales-focused culture elevates the risk that employees may flout consumer protection rules.
On Friday evening, police say they received a report of human remains at one end of partially frozen Alpha Lake which turned out to be those of Allison Raspa.
A new national, interactive website will now monitor the progress of one of Canada's most important tools for change — the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action.
Attorneys are not allowed to bill for hours they spend answering complaints, according to the Law Society of Ontario.
A Canadian woman is among three people killed in a March 13 crash in Arizona that also left her husband in a coma.