Family and friends laid Christine Wood to rest in her home community of Oxford House, Man. Saturday.
Mahavir Rekhi, shown on video choking and hitting cats and dogs, has been charged with 16 counts of animal cruelty.
Two women - one a former constable, one a current officer - say they were subjected to harassment and abuse by male colleagues and superiors while working for Waterloo Regional Police Services.
As Premier Philippe Couillard kicks off a renewed discussion about Quebec signing on to the 1982 Constitution, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants no part of it.
Ex-nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer, accused of killing eight people in long-term care homes, admits in court today that she injected patients with insulin with the intention of killing them.
The lives of two teenagers found dead in Thunder Bay's McIntyre River system are being honoured in the city Thursday.
A file-processing backlog at the RCMP could "significantly limit" the effectiveness of new measures to track Canadians who travel abroad to sexually abuse children, internal government notes warn.
Over the last four years, the thorny dispute of who owns Little York Road in Five Islands has consumed hours upon hours of bureaucrats’ time, prompted at least two dozen emails from the local MLA, caught the attention of the premier, and cost the province thousands of dollars.
The Canada C3 sailing expedition leaves Toronto on June 1 to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary.
Canada's economy posts an "impressive power display" in the first quarter and is met with shrugs of indifference and disappointment. What has to happen for the pessimists to admit our economy is actually doing pretty well?