TORONTO—Hundreds of Ontarians who say they have suffered chronic mental stress due to their job may be awarded workers' compensation if a new charter challenge is successful.
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OTTAWA—The head of the Royal Canadian Air Force has refuted suggestions, including from more than a dozen of his predecessors, that the Trudeau government is needlessly dragging its feet on new fighter jets.
TORONTO—The Canadian government will pay former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr more than $10 million, and officially apologize to him, in settlement of a long-running lawsuit, a source familiar with the agreement said today.
EDMONTON—Manuel Goncalves has a message for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: my Canada includes Alberta, even if your speech didn't.
Trudeau touched off a Twitter firestorm Saturday during his Canada Day speech on Parliament Hill, when he left Alberta out of his coast-to-coast recitation of the provinces and territories.
CALGARY—A man who police say was geocaching in Alberta is being treated for injuries after being attacked by a bear.
RCMP said the man was in the Harold Creek area, northwest of Calgary, on Sunday when he encountered the bruin.
It charged him and tried to drag him into the bush, but he was able to free himself and drove to a store and met park rangers.
OTTAWA—Two Albertans were named Canada's newest astronauts Saturday as the country marked its 150th birthday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan.
OTTAWA—An indigenous demonstration teepee was moved onto Parliament Hill yesterday evening after a man was arrested for assaulting at least one of the activists.
OTTAWA—Peter McAuslan was 21 in 1967 when he took three weeks to hitchhike from Vancouver to Montreal, stopping in local pubs to watch the Stanley Cup final along the way.
The trip across the country tied together hockey, beer, and Canada's centennial.
WINNIPEG—Some Manitobans jokingly refer to mosquitoes as their unofficial provincial bird, but Winnipeg has been unusually free of the pesky insects so far this year.
Ken Nawolsky, the city's superintendent of insect control, said the average daily mosquito count in the 28 monitoring traps scattered throughout the city for most of May and June has been zero.
TORONTO—A man who threw a beer can onto the field during a dramatic Blue Jays' playoff game last fall was given a conditional discharge yesterday after his lawyer argued the public humiliation he suffered since being charged in the incident should be taken into account.