OTTAWA—The federal Conservatives returned to the House of Commons today after a tumultuous two weeks that included losing one of their best-known MPs to a sexual-misconduct scandal.
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OTTAWA—If you make it free, they will come.
Parks Canada's free entry program for the country's 150th birthday saw Canadians and other visitors flock to national parks and historic sites in record numbers.
An extra 2.5 million visitors poured through the gates in 2017.
TORONTO—Ontario Premier Doug Ford defended his finance minister yesterday, saying allegations of sexual misconduct against the veteran legislator referenced in a book by former Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown are nothing but a “disgusting smear campaign.”
OTTAWA—The federal government needs to appoint a special representative to hear from indigenous women coerced into being sterilized to learn what justice would look like for the survivors, Amnesty International Canada says.
TORONTO—Ontario's only outlet for legal recreational cannabis has eliminated its backlog on orders and is “back on track” when it comes to deliveries, the provincial government said yesterday after weeks of delays at the online store.
TORONTO—A woman who shared a video of two Eritrean children reacting gleefully to their first Canadian snowfall says the overwhelmingly positive reaction to the clip is reaffirming her faith in the country as a welcoming place for newcomers.
Saskatoon cyclist Meaghan Hackinen has clocked many hours on her road bike in Saskatchewan, but she's always wondered how far she could go in a 24-hour period.
The 33-year old found out last month when she participated in the 24-Hour World Time Trial Championships in California.
LOS ANGELES—Stan Lee, the creative dynamo who revolutionized the comic book and helped make billions for Hollywood by introducing human frailties in Marvel superheroes such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and the Incredible Hulk, died yesterday.
He was 95.
OTTAWA—Canada Post says its employees will hold more rotating walkouts starting today and warns it will mean delivery delays, particularly in western Canada.
The Crown corporation said members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers walked off the job this morning in Toronto and at its distribution centre in Scarborough, Ont.
OTTAWA—Spiritual leaders yesterday reflected on the horrors of the First World War while calling for a world of tolerance and peace as thousands of Canadians braved the biting cold to remember and honour those who fought to defend such ideals.