Canada’s return to peacekeeping: Five things to know

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has finally unveiled Canada's long-awaited commitment to United Nations peacekeeping efforts, and it's getting mixed reviews. Some observers wonder if...

Heritage Minister announces new National Holocaust Monument to stay open year-round

OTTAWA — The newly opened National Holocaust Monument won't be closed for the winter after all. Heritage Minister Melanie Joly says in a tweet that the...

Millard claimed he bought incinerator for pet cremation biz, uncle says story false

TORONTO — A man accused of murdering a young Toronto woman and burning her remains in a massive animal incinerator had been telling people...

Historic cabin where Dionne quintuplets were born to be moved Sunday

A yearlong grassroots campaign to keep the birth home of the Dionne quintuplets in a northeastern Ontario city will come to fruition this weekend as the house-turned-museum...

CBC ‘comfortable’ with ratings for revamped ‘The National’ despite post-debut dip

The CBC says it's "comfortable" with the early buzz for its revamped "The National," even though the debut newscast's ratings were only on par with the...

Canada Mexico ready to engage on U.S. sticking point

MEXICO CITY — Canada and Mexico are prepared to engage the United States on one of its most contentious demands for NAFTA, in an...

U.S. payroll firm challenges Statistics Canada with alternative employment data

TORONTO — An inaugural private-sector Canadian jobs report calculates that the economy actually shed jobs last month, contrary to the sizable gain reported by Statistics Canada. The Canada National Employment Report...

NewsAlert: Ontario government moves to end college faculty strike

TORONTO — The Ontario government says it will legislate striking college faculty back to work, starting the process of bringing the nearly five-week-long labour...

TransCanada Keystone pipeline leaks 795,000 litres of crude oil in South Dakota

TransCanada Corp. says its Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 795,000 litres of oil in Marshall County, S.D. The company (TSX:TRP) says its crews shut...

Update: Striking faculty return to the bargaining table

Ontario's colleges and striking faculty returned to the bargaining table Thursday, hours after workers voted overwhelmingly to reject a contract offer and continue their...

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