MONTREAL—A new Canadian survey on the LGBT community suggests while a majority believe society has shown a willingness to integrate people, a similar number believe there's still much to be done to combat homophobic behaviour.
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OTTAWA—A first-of-its-kind study in Canada has painted a national picture of homeless youth and drawn a link to the foster care system that researchers say could be playing a more active role in keeping young people off the streets.
TORONTO—Ontario's energy minister says the province is still negotiating a possible electricity agreement with Quebec, disputing a published report that it is preparing to sign a deal to buy enough electricity to power a city of about 800,000 people.
PRESCOTT, Ont.—An eastern Ontario man has been charged with animal cruelty under the Ontario SPCA Act following an incident in which a horse fell out of a moving livestock trailer on Highway 401.
The trailer was being towed on the highway just east of Prescott, Ont., on July 14 when the horse fell out through an open door.
MONTREAL—Quebec's English-speaking community has grown more in the past five years than during any census period over the last four decades, says the executive vice-president of the Association for Canadian Studies.
OTTAWA—The share of the population that can speak both of Canada's official languages hit an all-time high in 2016, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday in its latest batch of census numbers—a modest shift upward in a rate that barely has budged over the last 15 years.
MONTREAL—An unidentified man who kissed a Radio-Canada reporter on the cheek without her consent during a live broadcast last Friday has apologized for his actions.
SAULT STE MARIE, Ont.—Police say a 54-year-old woman has died in an all-terrain vehicle crash that also injured two children.
The Ontario Provincial Police say the incident happened Friday afternoon on Batchewana First Nation, near Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
They say the ATV hit a stump and rolled over.
MONTREAL—Michael Rice said growing up as a Mohawk child, he was told to be prepared to come across portrayals of indigenous people as the “bad guys.”
“We are used to being bashed as Iroquois,” the high school history teacher said in an interview.
“We are like the Russians in the Cold War.”
QUEBEC—Muslims in Quebec City are going to have their own cemetery after all.
Mayor Regis Labeaume and representatives of the city's Muslim community made the announcement at a news conference today.