Calgary city council approved a slate of moves towards a possible bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics and Paralympics on Tuesday but they're contingent upon the federal and provincial governments contributing money towards it.
A potential breakthough to an impasse over automobiles has created a new sense of optimism in the NAFTA negotiations, with different players Tuesday declaring themselves more hopeful of a deal than they have been in some time.
The Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of St. John's, N.L., is not liable for abuse in the 1950s at the notorious Mount Cashel orphanage because a senior priest likely didn't believe boys who reported it, a judge ruled on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.
The Gulf of St. Lawrence's lucrative snow crab fishery has lost its international designation as environmentally sustainable, following the deaths of more than a dozen endangered North Atlantic right whales.
Prime Minister Trudeau says Alberta's 100 million tonne "absolute cap on oilsands emissions" was a key factor in approving Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. But a close look at this cap reveals it has loopholes you could fit all of Nova Scotia's emissions through, or even entire nations like Costa Rica or Nicaragua.
Acting minister for democratic institutions Scott Brison plans to meet with Canada's cyber spy agency and domestic spy service to assess threats to the electoral system and the protection of personal information.