Court documents show that a Halifax cab driver who was acquitted last week of sexually assaulting an intoxicated woman in his taxi was accused of a sexual offence by another woman in 2012.
The number of people crossing into Canada by land and making asylum claims increased more than six-fold in Quebec for the month of February, as compared to the same month last year.
In the past two days, the Ministry of Rural and Remote Health has been notified of one suicide in La Loche and two attempts.
Releasing the short film on International Women's Day was a deliberate choice, said Anthony Wilson-Smith, president and CEO of Historica Canada.
A Toronto woman who gave water to pigs on a truck headed to slaughter committed an act of kindness similar to when people gave water to Jews transported on cattle trains during the Holocaust, her lawyer said in closing arguments at her trial Thursday.
Canada's top court on Thursday upheld a lower court ruling in favour of investors who had launched a lawsuit alleging they were misled by U.S. President Donald Trump and a real estate development firm.
Businesses in Vermont are concerned media reports about Canadian passport holders turned away at the border could lead others to avoid visiting their state.
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is considering full implementation of surveillance cameras in the Gulf region for the commercial and charter boat catch-and-release bluefin tuna fisheries in 2017.
Bloodied footprints and the sad faces of Syrian women are featured on some of the paintings inside the Elmwood Community Resource Centre, as a reminder of the trauma one Syrian man left behind.
A district councillor in West Vancouver is floating the idea of recording the DNA of local dogs and testing unscooped poop to crack down on offenders.
CN says they are investigating after a video shows what appears to be a truck hauling one of their trailers almost collided with a family's vehicle while overtaking another truck.
Hollie Williams, the president of the Vancouver Adult Educators Union, says cuts made by the provincial government to the adult education system in 2014 have created significant barriers for vulnerable students.
The Lion's Den café — one of the first and longest-running restaurants near the bustling intersection of Kingsway and Fraser — faces an uncertain future while its owner Ken Brooks recovers from a stroke.
A 57-year-old man who has spent the majority of his life living in the United States is claiming asylum in Canada after he says his employment authorization card was not renewed this year in Oregon.
The Vancouver Police Department has launched a provincewide recruitment drive to beef up the number of female police officers who serve on the force.
The Vancouver School Board has released a redacted report of an external investigation that found trustees created a toxic work environment in which staff were bullied and harassed.
It’s been a long, cold week in Calgary. The weekend promises to be a bit warmer and The Homestretch’s Tracy Fuller has some bright ideas to get you out of the house.
Picture a bear attack. Does the scene from The Revenant come to mind? The sudden charge, the ominous growling, the quick and terrifying mauling — it's all Hollywood, says a bear expert.