Among those cheering loudest when the Republican plan to remake the U.S. health-care system collapsed last week were some of Donald Trump's strongest supporters. And they'd vote for Trump again.
Instead of fearing classrooms full of students in a pot-induced haze, experts are hopeful that making marijuana legal will open up opportunities to better educate young people about the risks of using the drug.
Alberta Education Minister David Eggen says Jason Kenney’s position that parents should be notified when their kids join a gay-straight alliance shows his true views.
Ivanka Trump is officially joining her father's administration as an unpaid employee, after her plans to serve in a more informal capacity were questioned by ethics experts.
Prosecutors are appealing a court ruling that dismissed sex crime charges because there was no proof the suspect acted "with lascivious intent," and judicial authorities announced Wednesday that the judge in the case had been suspended.
Mike Black says he feels "completely betrayed" after investing almost $1 million with the help of an RBC Dominion Securities “vice-president” who he later learned is only licensed as a salesperson.
After her aunt used a barbecue lighter to burn her tongue as punishment for failing to turn in a school project, the niece said, she was told to keep the lighter in her bedroom as a reminder not to lie.
Toronto's current real estate boom has people thinking the same way they did in the 1980s, worried that homes were no longer affordable, says real estate veteran Karen Millar.
Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Jonathan Vance said there are no systemic problems at Royal Military College of Canada as the military released a report today on suspected suicides and sexual misconduct at the college in Kingston, Ont.
U.S. president Donald Trump wants to cut taxes on the rich, block immigration and cut social and environmental policies. Can Canada find greater success by going its own way?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was interrupted by a camcorder-wielding heckler who called him a "scumbag" during a stop in Winnipeg to promote the Liberal government's $7-billion plan to create more child-care spaces.
There have been 25 cases of E. coli infections linked to a recalled batch of Robin Hood brand all-purpose flour, the Public Health Agency of Canada says.
Young travellers can now purchase the Via Rail Canada 150 youth pass after it was "temporarily suspended" due to high demand - but there are now only 1,867 of the passes available.
Efforts to take the North Carolina's "bathroom bill" off the books before a deadline to stem further economic losses evaporated late Tuesday, and devolved into more finger-pointing by Republican lawmakers and the Democratic governor.
Calgary-based Cenovus Energy says it will spend $17.7 billion to acquire most of the Canadian assets of ConocoPhillips, making the Houston-based company the latest international player to exit the oilsands.
A unionized and empowered banking workforce might be one of the best defences against management pressure to upsell customers.
Senator Murray Sinclair says preserving the record of the wrongdoing committed under the Indian residential school system is the best way to fight back against those who deny its negative impact on Indigenous people.
Ottawa's police chief and the head of the Ottawa Police Services Board are urging caution about wristbands being worn by police in support of an officer charged with manslaughter in the 2016 death of Abdirahman Abdi.
As the United Kingdom triggers its divorce negotiations with the European Union, Canadian businesses are watching closely to see if this split can be amicable. If it's adversarial, and the Brexit terms are harsh, trading partners may need to bail quickly or risk getting burned.
Behind the scenes with a parent who stepped in to defend Muslim community members after a Peel school board meeting was derailed by Islamophobic comments.