A member of the Canadian Armed Forces has been arrested after someone rammed a truck through the gates of Rideau Hall and drove up the path toward the official residences that house Gov. Gen. Julie Payette and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau before being stopped by police.
Atlantic Canadians are closely eyeing travel requirements and coronavirus case numbers across the region as the four provinces prepare to open their borders to their neighbours on Friday, July 3, 2020, an experiment that's prompted excitement and anxiety among residents.
The federal Conservatives have asked Canada's procurement watchdog to review the circumstances around several sole-sourced contracts between the Liberal government and WE Charity, including its administration of a $900-million federal program for students.
At the beginning of 2020, voters were increasingly turning away from the Ontario government’s lack of climate action. But now, COVID-19 has changed everything. Could Doug Ford use a new burst of political goodwill to deliver a robust climate plan?
Coldwater Indian Band says it knew the chances of the Supreme Court hearing its case were slim "given the momentum of the project" and an earlier federal court decision, "but we felt we had to use every tool available to us.”
The full impact of sweeping economic lockdowns meant to slow the spread of COVID-19 came into sharper view, with new figures showing Canada saw the largest monthly drop on record in April as the country came to a near standstill.
A Calgary police officer loudly tells an Indigenous man to put his hands on the roof of his car and, within seconds, the situation escalates to yelling. Body-worn camera video from the officer's chest then shows the man's head pushed into his vehicle.