‘Put the kids first’: B.C. father speaks out about son’s alleged assault at elite hockey club
Facebook employees had access to millions of users' passwords in plain text — by accident
Montreal's John A. Macdonald statue vandalized in anti-racism protest
'The worst I have ever encountered': Alberta judge places new restrictions on 'vexatious' litigant
'On the brink of a breakdown': Blame and scorn between Theresa May and MPs as Brexit chaos heats up
Not everyone who encountered the MAX 8's fatal flaw was killed by it
Nova Scotia spending $2.5 million to address bedsores at care homes
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia has announced more than $2.5 million to address bedsore issues at long-term care homes in the province. The move follows a series of media reports raising questions about the quality of care, including the death of Chrissy ...
New Leger poll suggests federal Liberals lagging Conservatives
OTTAWA — A new poll conducted by Leger for The Canadian Press suggests the governing federal Liberals have lost ground to the Conservatives over the past month. Overall, 31 per cent of respondents polled after the federal budget was released ...
Funeral Monday for Oak Island treasure hunter Dan Blankenship
MAHONE BAY, N.S. — A funeral will be held next week for famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter Dan Blankenship. Blankenship, a U.S. Army veteran who became fixated on the Oak Island mystery, died Sunday at 95. The Mahone Funeral Home website ...
Amish buggy destroyed in P.E.I. crash: 'They have a right to the road as well'
SUMMERVILLE, P.E.I. — Some P.E.I. motorists appear to be struggling to accommodate the arrival of Amish families from southwestern Ontario, according to one Mountie who says there have been several accidents involving horse and buggies in his county ...
'I'm a little numb:' Killer of B.C. gas station attendant Grant De Patie dies
BLIND BAY, B.C. — The mother of a British Columbia gas station attendant dragged to death under a vehicle more than a decade ago, says she is "numb" to learn her son's killer has died. Corinne De Patie says she has received a copy of the ...
Chief medical officer issues furanyl-fentanyl warning after New Brunswick death
FREDERICTON — As the opioid crisis continues across Canada, New Brunswick's chief medical officer is warning the public about furanyl-fentanyl following a recent death. Dr. Jennifer Russell says a toxicology report revealed furanyl-fentanyl ...
Janes brand chicken nuggets recalled over possible salmonella contamination
OTTAWA — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced a recall of a frozen breaded chicken product over fears of salmonella contamination. The agency says Sofina Foods Inc. is recalling Janes brand Pub Style Chicken Nuggets from the ...
'I fought to live:' Manitoba Mountie shot in head faces shooter in court
MINNEDOSA, Man. — RCMP Cpl. Graeme Kingdon got a chance Thursday to face the man who shot him during a series of break-and-enters last summer in western Manitoba, and called for the maximum sentence under the law for attempted murder. "The ...
A timeline of events in the SNC-Lavalin affair
OTTAWA — A chronology of the SNC- Lavalin controversy, according to public documents, reports and testimony to the House of Commons justice committee: Feb. 19, 2015 - The RCMP lays corruption and fraud charges against Montreal-based engineering and ...
Protesters at N.S. site expected to move belongings as court injunction clarified
FORT ELLIS, N.S. — Alton Gas says protesters were expected to remove their belongings from its Nova Scotia property Thursday evening as a temporary injunction imposed Monday is finalized over the next few days. The company is ...