Dad barred from letting kids ride bus alone

VANCOUVER - A Vancouver father says a "hugely disappointing" decision by social workers to stop his kids from riding the bus to school alone...

Soulpepper pauses training program amid ‘culture change’ at theatre

TORONTO — Normally, the Soulpepper Academy would be ramping up for a nation-wide audition process to find the finest thespians, directors and playwrights to...

Alert Ready system to be tested across the county for second time

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Most Canadians can expect their mobile phones, televisions and radios to sound off today as the Alert Ready system undergoes a...

B.C. man’s underwear gag leads to modelling gig

LANGFORD, B.C. - Brendon Williams freely admits his paunchy belly and bushy-black chest don't qualify him as typical chiselled male-model material. But the man from...

Gonorrhea, other STIs on rise in Canada; social media networks one possible reason

TORONTO — Rates of sexually transmitted infections are continuing to rise across Canada, say public health experts, who point to a number of possible reasons for the uptick in cases...

‘Canadian Strain’ comedy film to tackle Canada’s cannabis legalization

TORONTO — A comedy about Canada's upcoming cannabis legalization is headed for the big screen. Canadian company We'll Be Over Here Productions Inc., says production...

Trudeau to march in Toronto Pride Parade

TORONTO - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be returning to one of Canada's largest Pride celebrations this weekend. Pride Toronto, organizers of the city's festival...

Calgary police lay second-degree murder charge 16 years after woman’s death

Calgary police have charged a man with murder 16 years after his ex-wife's death. Kenneth Dauphinais faces one count of second-degree murder and has a court appearance later...

Canada’s NAFTA waiting game enters new week as US and Mexico work on differences

OTTAWA — The hurry-up-and-wait uncertainty surrounding Canada's return to the NAFTA talks is entering a new week as Ottawa's partners in the trilateral deal push forward with their one-on-one negotiations. For five...

Hospitals to see ‘delays’ in care after losing Saudi students, health group says

OTTAWA — A health care group that represents the majority of university hospitals says losing Saudi Arabian medical residents is likely to result in delays,...

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