TORONTO—Ontario schools will go back to teaching the same sex-ed curriculum they did in the late 1990s this fall after the province's new government announced yesterday it was revoking an updated version brought in by the previous regime.
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WINNIPEG—Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is asking his colleagues to eliminate restrictions on interprovincial booze runs.
In advance of next week's premiers' meeting in New Brunswick, Pallister has written a letter to other provincial leaders outlining his priorities.
OTTAWA—More and more Canadians are applying for federal help as they take time away from work to battle serious illness—and almost four out of every 10 applicants are maxing out their benefits.
By Shawn Jeffords
THE CANADIAN PRESS
TORONTO—Premier Doug Ford says he has made good on a key campaign promise, announcing the immediate retirement of the CEO of Hydro One and the resignation of the utility's entire board of directors.
BRUSSELS—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is billing a pre-existing plan to grow military spending by 70 percent over the next 10 years as Canada's answer to Donald Trump's persistent demand that NATO allies spend two percent of their GDP on defence.
EDMONTON—You are what you eat, even if you're a dinosaur.
University of Alberta scientists are learning more about the lives of the ancient lizards by studying their teeth to see how they used them—and what on.
Ontario has put a large swath of homes on evacuation notice, emptied two provincial parks, and called for help from other provinces as forest fires rage near the Quebec border.
OTTAWA—Greyhound Canada, for decades a critical link connecting the country's small towns and isolated communities with bigger urban centres, is pulling away for good in the Prairies, B.C., and Northern Ontario, leaving activists and Indigenous leaders fearing for the health and welfare of those who live in remote locales.
RIGA, Latvia—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today that Canada is extending its NATO commitment in Latvia by another four years—to March, 2023—and will boost the number of troops in the country to 540 from the current 455 in a show of ongoing solidarity with the alliance.
TORONTO—Ontario's new Tory government has cancelled a $100-million fund earmarked for school repairs this year—a cut that comes as a result of Doug Ford's campaign promise to scrap the province's cap-and-trade system.
School boards were notified on July 3 that the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund would be eliminated and that only work contracted on or before that date would be covered.