SASKATOON—Canadian scientists are at the heart of a breakthrough in wheat genetics that could revolutionize how the world's most important crop can continue to feed a growing global population.
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BRITT, Ont.—From a helicopter flying over a smouldering swath of northeastern Ontario, Garry Harland has a clear view of where the firefighters under his command are working to extinguish a massive blaze that's become known as Parry Sound 33.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending his treatment of a Quebec woman he accused of racism, calling hate speech and the politics of division a “dangerous path” for Canada.
At a news conference today outside Ottawa, Trudeau was asked whether he went too far when he told a woman heckling him at a rally yesterday in Quebec that her “racism has no place” in Canada.
TORONTO—Doug Ford's government has appointed a new lead negotiator for crucial contract talks with province's doctors, selecting a man who helped the premier's late brother secure a key labour deal during his term as mayor of Toronto.
OTTAWA—After a week of internal caucus squabbles, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer will try to refocus the spotlight on trying to convince Canadians his party is a government-in-waiting.
Party members from across the country are preparing to gather this week for their first policy convention since Scheer was elected chief last year.
WINNIPEG—Ask Ottawa quarterback Trevor Harris about the accuracy of the throws that demolished the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday night and he spreads the credit around.
“Our efficiency is because of our offensive line and our receivers,” Harris said after his Redblacks (6-3) beat the Bombers 44-21, extending Ottawa's lead atop the CFL's East Division to six points.
MONTREAL—Former United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan was remembered by Canadian politicians on Saturday as a friend of Canada and tireless advocate for peace around the world.
MONTREAL—It appears Johnny Manziel may have suffered a concussion after all.
The gifted quarterback the Montreal Alouettes, acquired in a blockbuster trade with Hamilton on July 22, missed practice for a second day in a row yesterday and the team announced he has been placed under the CFL concussion protocol.
TORONTO—A day after announcing plans to sell recreational cannabis in private stores, the Ontario government said Tuesday it still was working out how strict regulations governing the new system would be enforced.
OTTAWA—The minister responsible for Parks Canada says tearing down statues is not the solution when it comes to addressing the darker side of Canadian history.