The result of Saturday's merger vote between Alberta's Progressive Conservative and Wildrose parties, the new United Conservative Party has a good shot at defeating Rachel Notley's New Democrats — but in mergers, one plus one does not always equal two.
A tick species from the southeastern U.S, known to cause meat allergies, is hitching rides north.
The conservative American public, guided by a churlish, isolationist president, is looking for whipping boys and imagined foreign enemies at the moment. So what do our Conservative politicians do? They offer up Canada, with outrage over the Omar Khadr settlement.
A St. Anthony, N.L., mother who says she was told assisted suicide is an option for her 25-year-old daughter wants an apology from Labrador-Grenfell Health.
Sweating profusely in the rising oven-like heat of the tractor-trailer, passengers started crying and pleading for water. Children whimpered. People took turns breathing through a single hole in the wall.
Buoyed by strong sentiment — both at home and abroad — about the state of the Canadian economy, and getting the benefit of general weakness in the U.S. greenback, the Canadian dollar is now flying in territory it hasn't seen in two years.
After another challenging day in Washington, U.S. President Donald Trump flew to West Virginia to a field full of 40,000 chanting and cheering boy scouts, telling them he was happy to leave "the sewer" behind.
A baby in Montreal who died shortly after delivery by caesarean section after the mother had been repeatedly stabbed can be considered a homicide victim under Canada's laws, which precisely define when someone is legally considered a human being.
CRM2 disclosure rules give investors a better look at fees - but not the whole picture
Donald Trump launched a fresh Twitter tirade Tuesday against the man who was the first U.S. senator to endorse his candidacy, Jeff Sessions, with White House communications staff admitting relations were strained between the president and the attorney general.
Montreal police are handing out more cannabis-related charges, but the rest of Canada has eased its policing of the soon-to-be legal drug.
American fashion brand Michael Kors is buying luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo in a deal worth $1.35 billion US
The debate around the future of the planned Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in British Columbia could intensify today when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets new B.C. Premier John Horgan for the first time.
The mother of a baby poisoned by a former Kitchener, Ont., daycare provider says she's worried Christine Allen might try to hurt her children again or someone else's now that she is out of prison.
In 1962 woodsman David McPherson Sr. found himself deep in the forest of Lutes Mountain staring upwards at a 181-kilogram white box with cameras and hanging from a tree by a deteriorated parachute.
An ongoing suicide crisis, the beleaguered inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and police relations will be among the many hot topics of discussion as hundreds of First Nations chiefs sit down for three days of meetings starting Tuesday.
The College of Nurses of Ontario is holding a disciplinary hearing today for Elizabeth Wettlaufer, who confessed to murdering eight nursing home residents under her care in southwestern Ontario. Wettlaufer resigned her licence last year but an official hearing still needs to be held to revoke it.
U.S. Senator John McCain will make a return to the American capitol on Tuesday to play what could be a crucial role in keeping Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare afloat.
A U.S. couple got more than they bargained for while travelling in their RV from B.C. to Lake Louise, Alta., hoping to get a glimpse of the area’s renowned wildlife.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has scrapped the remainder of his Purpose world tour, including two dates in Toronto.