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The man who fled authorities last week with his six-year-old boy and who was later charged in the slaying of the child's mother is close to being released from hospital, his lawyer said Thursday.
Newfoundland and Labrador has announced it will allow gender-neutral birth certificates, short-circuiting a court battle with a prominent St. John's activist.
RCMP are looking for the driver of a mobility scooter in Coquitlam, B.C., after a pedestrian was struck and killed.
More than 50 surgeries had to be postponed or moved because parts of Regina General hospital were damaged due to a burst water pipe.
Parks Canada has reopened the townsite in Waterton Lakes National Park to the public, but advises that all other areas in the park remain closed.
Alberta does not expect to make good on a promise to ban what it has called the archaic practice of spear-hunting until at least next fall as it considers rule changes that could include prohibiting other methods of taking big game.
A man is facing more than 300 weapons-related charges after firefighters responding to a carbon monoxide alarm at a home in a community east of Toronto found something suspicious.
Detentions of Mexican nationals by Canadian border agents have surged dramatically this year to levels not seen in a decade, new figures obtained by The Canadian Press show.
Police say a young child has died after being left in a car in west-end Toronto.
Police in Toronto are looking for a man who allegedly caused a collision while impersonating an officer.
The Montreal-born Second World War hero whose efforts at Dunkirk in 1940 saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of soldiers is being recognized today in his hometown.
Nearly 170 Canadians are stranded in Hurricane Maria-ravaged regions and seeking help from the federal government, according to the latest numbers from Ottawa.
A 26-year-old man is facing more than 120 charges in what police describe as a fraud scam involving stolen cheques.
Two second-year students at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ont., are the co-founders of classfeed.ca, an online marketplace for buyers and sellers of class notes.
While many Torontonians are embracing the unseasonably warm September weather, others are just trying to find relief from the sweltering heat that’s been turned on in their apartment buildings.
A 29-year-old woman with Down syndrome has filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario after two Toronto police officers were recorded mocking her during a traffic stop.
A Calgary woman is heading to court over two speeding tickets she received in the span of 10 seconds from two different photo radar cameras located only 250 metres apart in Edmonton.
Newlyweds moving from New Brunswick to Vancouver are starting their life in their new province without any of their possessions after the U-Haul carrying their belongings was stolen from a parking lot.
The head of the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada says government bureaucracy is smothering the inquiry's ability to do its work on time.
A judge is expected to rule today in the case of a former Halifax cab driver charged with sexually assaulting a female passenger.