CALGARY—Alberta's newly-annointed conservative leader is wasting little time in pursuing his desire to go head-to-head with NDP Premier Rachel Notley.
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TORONTO—High-profile U.S Senator Bernie Sanders had high praise for Canada's health-care system yesterday, saying it's something American policy-makers should pay attention to.
Sanders talked up Canadian health care during a speech at the University of Toronto as part of a fact-finding trip to learn more about Canada's medical system.
Winnipeg police have issued a special Hallowe'en safety advisory after making a spooky drug seizure.
Police say while officers were executing a search warrant at a home as part of a drug investigation late last week, they found six blotters believed to contain fentanyl or possibly carfentanil.
OTTAWA—The newly-opened National Holocaust Monument will close for winter to avoid any damage that could be caused by the need to clear snow.
But the fact so much time and expense went into the soaring concrete structure just west of Parliament Hill, only to end up being closed for half the year, is raising questions about why the Liberal government can't find a way to keep it open.
WINNIPEG—Manitoba's Progressive Conservative government was to announce a carbon tax of $25 a tonne today—to be implemented sometime next year—and keep it at that rate, a government source familiar with the file confirmed to The Canadian Press.
TORONTO—Ontario's Liberal government is aiming to keep hydro bills, a source of widespread public anger, lowered through next year's election.
But its long-term energy plan released yesterday details how they then will rise again over the next two decades.
An advocacy group is calling on the Ontario government to make crisis intervention and de-escalation training mandatory for those studying to become police officers in the province.
GOOSE BAY, N.L.—A Delta Airlines flight from Atlanta to Amsterdam was forced to make an emergency landing in Labrador yesterday after one of the jet's engines quit.
Cockpit voice recordings released today and obtained by CBC confirm a pilot declared an emergency after telling an air traffic controller, “We just lost an engine.”
SASKATOON—Scientists at the University of Saskatchewan say they think they've discovered why people with cystic fibrosis are prone to lung infections.
The 18 researchers say they've concluded the genetic mutation that causes cystic fibrosis prevents normal secretion of airway surface liquid, including mucus.
TORONTO—Municipalities in Ontario will find out in the coming weeks if a provincially-run cannabis store could be located in their community.