MONTREAL—Cyberbullying by vegan activists is a growing source of stress for farmers and agricultural producers who already face significant mental health challenges linked to the job, a farmer and a psychologist working in the agriculture sector say.
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OTTAWA—The risk of student loan defaults and delays has been on the rise, and the “system is broken,” officials warned the federal government in a presentation earlier this year.
GILLAM, Man.—RCMP say they will no longer be searching a river in northern Manitoba for two murder suspects.
Mounties say the search of the river began after a damaged aluminum boat was discovered on the shore of the Nelson River on Friday.
The dive team arrived in Gillam and conducted an underwater search “of significant areas of interest” on Sunday.
IRVINE, Alta.—Residents of a southern Alberta hamlet are back in their homes after an evacuation that followed a train derailment and chemical spill.
Cypress County posted on its website Saturday that the spill, which Canadian Pacific Railway says happened Friday afternoon and involved styrene, has been contained and the evacuation was lifted late Friday night.
WARWICK, Que. — It took about 1,000 kilograms of cheese curds, but a small town in central Quebec believes it has broken the world record for the biggest poutine.
OTTAWA — With the official start of the 2019 federal election campaign just weeks away, the race is on for parties to fill out their rosters of candidates so they can hit the summer barbecue circuit in preparation for the coming battle.
Here’s where the parties stood as of Wednesday evening in selecting who will carry their banner:Liberal Party of Canada
WHISTLER, B.C. — Some very small creatures are forcing some big changes in a popular section of the Resort Municipality of Whistler, B.C., as an annual migration begins to peak.
OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is putting Canada’s money where his mouth is, promising to increase health and social transfer payments by at least three per cent every year should he become prime minister.
OTTAWA — The official English-language leaders’ debate for the fall election is set to conflict with more than 100 planned all-candidates events focused on the environment.
WINNIPEG—Helicopters and a specialized military aircraft scoured from the air while armed police took to the ground over northern Manitoba in a hunt for two suspects of murders in British Columbia.
Some advocates say it's a stark contrast to resources applied to searches for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.