Quebec nurses are hoping that breaking their silence about unsustainable conditions and the erosion of patient care, coupled with the province entering a pre-electoral season, will finally make the government listen to them.
Nineteen-year-old Arson Fern Jr.'s death from his injuries late December -- after a plane carrying him crashed near Fond-du-Lac, Sask. -- was the first fatal accident in Canada involving a Canadian airliner in six years.
An executive at Canada’s pipeline regulator apologized to staff for hiring a private security firm to investigate staff after realizing the results of the unsuccessful "witch hunt" were about to be made public.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is raising the idea of creating a use-it-or-lose-it, funded leave for new dads, doing so days before he unveils a spending blueprint that has been the focus of lobbying efforts for further changes to national parental leave policies.
Computer programmer David Galvin should be the quintessential beneficiary of next week’s federal budget, which is expected to continue the Liberals' persistent rhetoric and focus on bolstering the middle class.
As the Ontario legislature resumes sitting today, February 20, 2018, for the final session before a spring election, former Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown says he won't be there to take his seat.