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Two former top political aides will find out on Friday whether they are criminally responsible for the destruction of documents related to Ontario's gas plants scandal.
Toronto police have arrested and charged a man in the deaths of two men who went missing in the city’s Church-Wellesley Village.
Hamilton police say the ex-boyfriend of a 29-year-old woman is charged with second-degree murder one day after her body was found in the trunk of her car.
A central Alberta man is facing charges for allegedly sexually assaulting his three-year-old daughter and using her to make child pornography.
Inmates with mental health disabilities will no longer be placed in solitary confinement barring exceptional circumstances under an agreement announced Thursday between the Ontario government and the province's human rights commission.
A surviving victim, relatives of murdered seniors, and advocacy and health-care groups are among 17 groups and entities granted permission to take part in a public inquiry sparked by nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer, who is serving life for killing eight elderly long-term-care residents in Ontario.
The society that protects animal welfare in British Columbia is looking to the leadership of Nova Scotia's veterinarians as it calls for a ban on feline declawing.
A newborn baby who was thought to have been abandoned outside a plaza in Toronto on Tuesday is now doing “exceptionally well,” police say.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is suggesting the Trump administration should emulate Canada in its approach to immigration, by prioritizing skilled workers and eliminating a lottery program that grants visas to individuals from far-flung countries.
A mysterious, large fireball soaring through the sky sent Albertans in northern parts of the province hurrying to social media to share images and videos of the rare event.
A 19-year-old Edmonton man who was left paralyzed after a jump at a local trampoline park has filed a $17-million lawsuit against the facility, alleging it didn’t do enough to ensure his safety.
A P.E.I. police force is taking a light-hearted approach to a strange and dangerous online trend.
Jurors will deliberate for an eighth straight day today at the trial of three men charged with criminal negligence causing death in the Lac-Megantic railway disaster.
The family of an 11-year-old Toronto girl has reportedly apologized for the 'pain and anger' they caused, after the girl's claim that a man cut her hijab turned out not to be true.
The president of the University of Ottawa says a student has died at a school residence. But in a statement posted on the university website, Jacques Fremont did not identify the student nor a cause of death.
The largest private sector union in Canada said Wednesday it is splitting with the Canadian Labour Congress over issues which include disagreements about the rights of workers to choose what union should represent them.
A western Alberta woman is urging hunters and hikers to be more aware of their surroundings after her pet husky was mistaken for a wolf and shot in the legs.
Inmates subjected to extended periods of solitary confinement have been known to develop revenge fantasies, hallucinations, panic attacks and even attempt suicide. Those psychological observations were among a trove of evidence that convinced a B.C. Superior Court judge that "many inmates are likely to suffer permanent harm as a result of their confinement."
Police say they have located the body of a missing 29-year-old Hamilton woman and arrested a man in connection with her death.
Nova Scotia's highest court has ordered a new trial for a sex worker convicted of assault for stabbing a client she said was sexually assaulting her.