The B.C. government says it is providing $750,000 to expand access to free menstrual products for people who need them and to help the United Way establish a task force to consider how to end ” period poverty.”
The Supreme Court of Canada has issued a legal landscape-changing decision that will affect the sentences for some of the worst multiple murderers in the country, including southern Alberta child killers Derek Saretzky and Edward Downey.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have released receiver Jalen Saunders due to allegations of sexual assault.
Amid heaving sobs from the witness box, the mother of slain rapper Jahvante Smart lashed out at her son’s killer during his sentencing hearing Friday, telling convicted murderer Abdulkadir Handule that his actions have torn her family apart.
A decision released Friday by the Supreme Court of Canada will shave 50 years off Justin Bourque’s parole eligibility.
U.S. authorities say they stopped a small boat carrying a large shipment of methamphetamine after they saw it riding low in the water near the Canadian border with Washington state.
The fountains at the Alberta legislature are getting a $20 million upgrade to repair damage that threatens the integrity of structures underneath the plaza and creates hazards for the public.
Homicide investigators have been called to a park in Surrey, B.C., after a man was found dead in the area on Thursday.
Mohamed Abdula Ali and Jonathan Oullet-Gendron, both charged with killing Brandon Baxandall, were previously arrested in Yellowknife in a cocaine trafficking case in 2017.
Health P.E.I. and the federal government are spending over $650,000 to replace the air handling system which controls the airflow in the physical rehabilitation unit — also known as Unit 7.
A judge has denied bail for a man charged with conspiracy to commit murder at a border blockade in southern Alberta.
Canada’s western premiers are meeting in Regina on Friday and they are demanding “sustainable” health-care funding from the federal government.
Edmonton’s Chinatown was front and centre of the news cycle this week. After violence in the area, the community came to city hall to call for more support.
Now here is a sure sign of summer as, after waiting all winter long, cows bust out of the barn to graze Island fields in the sun.
Police have a 20-year-old in custody, allegedly linked to a string of firearms offences in the St. John’s region over the past two weeks.
Emerson Hammill earned the prize playing in a virtual concert with the Canadian Junior Honour Band.
A Toronto woman is calling out the Ontario government after she says the cheque for her licence plate sticker refund bounced, and she hasn’t been issued another one.
OPP have charged four people, including two from Thunder Bay, with first-degree murder after a lengthy investigation into a body that was found on Highway 527 more than three years ago.
Prosecutors and defence lawyers are expected to make their final pitch today to jurors hearing the sex assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard.
About 600 more child-care spaces will open up in Newfoundland and Labrador starting this fall with the announcement by the province on Thursday of a new pre-kindergarten early learning program.
The Government of Nunavut said there’s been an increase in respiratory illnesses and as a result will be resuming its vaccine program for vulnerable youth.
Ali Ahmed Omar was sentenced to 25 months and 14 days custody Thursday. Police in Inuvik found him with more than $60,000 in cash in 2019.
The federal government has issued RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki new marching orders, including increasing recruitment, reviewing the Mounties’ use-of-force techniques and removing firearms out of domestic situations more quickly.
After six weeks, the defamation trial between actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard comes to an end with closing arguments beginning Friday morning.
Hamilton police arrested and ticketed a Toronto-based lawyer for trespassing near a Conservative campaign stop on Thursday, but Caryma Sa’d says she was targeted for criticizing party leader Doug Ford.
Following an apology and promise from the school board to do better when it comes to anti-Black racism, some are sharing that it has not been easy to be a Black student — or a Black teacher — at public schools in Windsor-Essex.
Twitter shareholders have filed a lawsuit accusing Elon Musk of engaging in “unlawful conduct” aimed at sowing doubt about his bid to buy the social media company.
Canada’s emergency alert system is not working well enough when disaster strikes, the Minister of Emergency Preparedness said Friday, adding that more useful information needs to get to those who may be affected quicker.