Public Services Minister Judy Foote says emergency pay cheques are available for federal public servants affected by the Phoenix payroll debacle and more help is coming for beleaguered Miramichi Pay Centre employees.
Many disgruntled U.S. Democratic Party supporters of Bernie Sanders say their opposition to the TPP deal has emerged as one of the significant reasons they refuse to automatically throw their support behind Hillary Clinton as the party's presidential candidate.
The Republican presidential nominee said that the 30,000 missing emails from Clinton's private email server would reveal "some beauties" and made an extraordinary plea for a foreign power to locate them.
President Barack Obama plans to tell the Democratic convention tonight that times are not as bleak for America as the Republicans suggested last week, and that Hillary Clinton is eminently qualified to tackle the country's challenges as president.
Seven minutes after paramedics were first called to the scene of where an Ottawa man had been arrested, they requested backup after finding him without vital signs, according to audio from the paramedic dispatch.
Bernie Sanders, a 74-year-old senator from Vermont, was hugely popular among young voters compared to Hillary Clinton during the primaries. But now that she's the Democratic nominee for president, what does she need to do to win them over? Listen and learn, her campaign says.
Hamilton has joined Vancouver, Toronto, Saskatoon and Quebec City on Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.'s list of markets it considers to be strongly overvalued.
Scroll down your newsfeed and chances are you will see some pretty graphic content — shootings, blood, gore. So just how does this content end up there?
Serial rapist Larry Takahashi admitted to attacking 29 women in Edmonton in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Now, the so-called 'balaclava rapist’ has been released on day parole in the Vancouver area, with several conditions.
The Canadian Judicial Council has granted an "exceptional" request allowing feminist organizations and groups that help victims of sexual assault to make submissions at the inquiry into a judge who made controversial remarks during an Alberta sex assault trial.
Premier Brad Wall spoke to reporters in Regina for the first time since a pipeline leak spilled 250,000 litres of oil and solvent into the North Saskatchewan River, imperilling the drinking water of a number of cities and towns, and said he plans to visit affected areas on Thursday.
The viability of the only deepwater port connected to Canada's transportation network is no small matter, at a time when climate change is opening up the Arctic Ocean to shipping, and powerful nations like Russia and China pose new threats to Canada's sovereignty.
A Saskatoon woman who pleaded guilty to driving drunk in a crash that killed a family of four is expected to learn her fate when she is sentenced on Wednesday.
Scientists have made the rare discovery of a whale species, which lives in the Bering Sea between Japan and Alaska.
The B.C. government broke new ground this week, announcing a hefty tax on foreign homebuyers in the Metro Vancouver area, with the stated aim of making housing more affordable. But will it work? And should other cities try it?