Police have confirmed that 10 people are dead and 15 injured after a van mounted a sidewalk in north Toronto, crashing into pedestrians.
The Liberal government gave $35 million to a chemical company that makes plastic resins just one day before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised to use Canada's G7 presidency to get other nations to commit to reducing or phasing out single-use plastics.
The first woman to ever be permanently appointed to lead the RCMP promised Friday to leave no stone unturned in her efforts to modernize a law-enforcement organization that remains plagued by complaints of sexism, workplace bullying and discrimination against Indigenous Peoples.
The Bank of Canada has hidden an aptly named "Inflation Busters" video game on its website promoting the country's new $10 bill.
The economy added 15,400 net new jobs last month and the unemployment rate edged down to 5.8% -- but the gains were due to a surge in part-time work that offset a heavy decline in full-time positions.
President Donald Trump began the week by issuing a pair of early-morning tweets that say American tariffs on imported steel and aluminum will only come off if there's a new NAFTA agreement that's fair to the United States.
Liberal MPs have thwarted a bid by Conservatives to force Justin Trudeau’s national security adviser to explain his assertion that rogue elements in the Indian government sabotaged the prime minister’s trip to India last week.
A British Columbia bride has been ordered to pay more than $100,000 to a wedding photographer for unleashing an online torrent of defamatory comments that eventually destroyed the business.
Canada's "flying Taj Mahal" is getting long in the tooth and may be in line for replacement.
The Liberal government wants to see gender equality in Canadian sports -- from the local hockey rink to the Olympics -- by 2035.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the national pharmacare committee assembled this week will preserve the best parts of Canada’s existing drug plans, rather than abandon them in pursuit of a new, country-wide universal program.
Seven of the 10 Bloc Quebecois MPs quit Wednesday because of Martine Ouellet’s leadership style, leaving the once-powerful party in complete disarray and with the embattled leader refusing to step down.
More than 30 Newfoundland construction workers became instant millionaires today when the Atlantic Lottery Corp. handed them a cheque worth a whopping $60 million.
Justin Trudeau doubled down Wednesday on his support for a senior government official who suggested factions in the Indian government sabotaged the prime minister’s trip to India last week — despite a flat denial from India’s external affairs ministry which labelled the theory “baseless and unacceptable.”
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled a federal budget Tuesday that charts a clear course for the Liberals to the 2019 election, an aspirational road map designed to ensure that no woman, scientist or national wildlife area gets left behind.
Justin Trudeau is standing by a senior government official who suggested factions within the Indian government were involved in sabotaging the prime minister's visit to India last week.
The Atlantic Lottery Corp. normally presents winners with their ceremonial cheques at the company’s offices.
An Australian man has been charged after police allege he exploited a nine-year-old Canadian girl online.
TORONTO — A proposed Canadian class action that alleged secret cost-saving design changes made to a highway safety guardrail had in fact turned the barrier into a potentially lethal spear has been settled, court documents show.