Lamine Diack, the controversial former president of world athletics, has died, his family said Friday. He was 88.
A Canadian diplomatic blitz hit Washington in a late-hour plea for U.S. lawmakers to adjust a plan that Ottawa fears could devastate the auto sector. The challenge: Getting Americans' attention in an ...
Canada has funded several initiatives designed to achieve global vaccine equity throughout the pandemic. But some doctors and a human rights advocate told CBC the Canadian government could do more.
As it looks for ways to cut its costs and avoid insolvency, the Green Party of Canada is considering ditching its Ottawa party office.
Until public opinion turns sharply against government overreach, we will continue to live in an artificially-prolonged state of emergency, writes privacy lawyer .
Residents of Baddeck, N.S., have voted against a proposal to dissolve their village and merge with surrounding Victoria County.
The inquest in the deaths of Danielle White and her nine-year-old daughter, Olivia Rodd, is set to go ahead starting Monday, the P.E.I. Coroner’s Office has confirmed.
A new in-person respiratory education clinic has been established in Holyrood as well as a program that helps treat patients with lung diseases in their own homes.
The University of Prince Edward Island has used non-disclosure agreements to create “a culture of silence and fear” on campus, resulting in a toxic workplace where staff would sooner leave the ...
Const. Bernard Morgan is the subject of a complaint filed by Zackary Ball, whom Morgan hit in the head and pepper-sprayed.