One Ontario university has already laid down the law on what costumes will be “prohibited” at the campus Halloween party this year.
The CEO of the parent company of Tim Hortons said Monday he plans to keep pushing with an international expansion of the coffee-and-doughnut chain despite softness in the quick- service restaurant industry as well as political unrest and economic uncertainty abroad.
She is one of B.C.’s best-known killers – found guilty of brutally beating and drowning a teenage girl under a Victoria bridge in 1997.
Geishas are out. Feathered headdresses are forbidden. And if you’re planning to wear a Bill Cosby or Caitlyn Jenner costume, you may not be welcome at your Halloween party of choice.
Conservative MP Steven Blaney is joining the party’s leadership race.
About two months ago, when the ink had dried on the 1,600 pages of the Canada-EU free trade deal, two politicians decided another document — a mere five pages — would be necessary to tie up any loose ends.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould put forward a new bill Friday that is poised to reverse some elements of one of the previous Conservative government’s tough-on-crime laws that some judges have openly refused to impose on offenders and has been repeatedly criticized as unconstitutional.
A Winnipeg man who admitted to hooking a woman on methamphetamine and then selling her for sex to support his own drug habit has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Inflicting severe injuries on her toddler son — including a broke jaw and fractured rib — landed an Airdrie woman a two-year prison term Friday.Justice Jo'Anne Strekaf agreed with a joint submission from defence counsel Shamsher Kothari and Crown prosecutor Ron Simenik for the minimum federal penitentiary term.
For Bruno the Labrador retriever, all’s well that ends well.
Vancouver police hope the story of a man who broke into a home, stripped naked and began cooking eggs will encourage people to lock their doors.
The city of Montreal will be allowed to appeal a Quebec Superior Court decision to suspend its pit-bull ban.
Postmedia Network Canada Corp., Canada’s largest newspaper company and the owner of the Sun, says it intends to reduce staffing costs by 20% after it reported steep declines in revenue and print advertising in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Former prime minister Jean Chretien says U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is “taking away the dignity of public life.”
Is Justin Trudeau laying the groundwork for reneging on his promise to make the 2015 federal election the last to be conducted under the first-past-the-post voting system?
The man accused of killing Hells Angel Bob Green was out on bail at the time of the shooting on drug trafficking charges that he faces with Green’s cousin.
A charge of luring a child has been approved against an RCMP constable who was the target of a vigilante sting operation in Surrey.
Police say 32 people have been charged with 78 offences in a six-day co-ordinated investigation into human trafficking across Canada.
RCMP say a man being pursued by Mounties forced the closure of a small airport in Edson, Alta., after he drove through a security gate and onto a runway before his pickup truck caught fire.