TORONTO—The Transportation Safety Board warned air travellers of the importance of wearing seatbelts as it released a report yesterday that found a failure to buckle up left 21 people injured when a Toronto-bound flight hit severe turbulence in December, 2015.
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Vancouver aquarium officials say they still don't know what killed two beluga whales last year, but the facility is pushing ahead with plans to expand its beluga conservation program.
LANGLEY, B.C.—A wallaby wandering through Langley, B.C. has the jump on everyone trying to find it.
The roughly metre-high creature—similar to a kangaroo—has been on the hop since earlier this week when RCMP say it escaped from an enclosure inside a home.
CALGARY—A prosecutor says first-degree murder verdicts against a man who killed a couple and their young grandson before disposing of their bodies will do little to ease the family's grief.
Douglas Garland, 57, was charged after Alvin and Kathy Liknes and five-year-old Nathan O'Brien disappeared in June, 2014.
THUNDER BAY, Ont.—Aboriginal leaders say indigenous artist Moses Beaver has died under what they are calling unexplained circumstances.
Beaver, a renowned Woodlands artist, is believed to have died in a jail in Thunder Bay, Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and Nibinamik First Nation Chief Johnny Yellowhead said in a statement yesterday.
VANCOUVER—Had Al Fowler known more about his rights before enrolling in B.C.'s methadone treatment program in 2010, he may have avoided what he describes as a two-year “horror show” while living in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
OTTAWA—Canadians will never be able to tackle hatred and discrimination against Muslims without naming the problem for what it is, says Liberal MP Iqra Khalid.
“Words have impact,” the Mississauga MP said yesterday in the House of Commons as she opened the debate over her non-binding motion to condemn Islamophobia and all other forms of racism and religious discrimination.
VANCOUVER—A woman who worked for Burger King for nearly 25 years has been awarded $46,000 by a court after she was fired over what a judge says was a misunderstanding over a fish sandwich, fries, and a drink taken at the end of her shift.
OTTAWA — The federal government is facing pressure to change the name of the building that houses the Prime Minister's Office—the Langevin Block, located across the street from Parliament Hill.
OTTAWA—Public Safety minister Ralph Goodale said he'll soon talk face-to-face with his U.S. counterpart about the difficulties some Canadians are experiencing at the border.
Goodale said Tuesday he will have a chance in coming weeks—no date has been set—to discuss any border “issues or tensions” with Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.