MONTREAL — The controversy surrounding the surveillance of reporters in Quebec intensified Wednesday as provincial police admitted they monitored the cellphones of several prominent journalists three years ago.
A Newfoundland man who was four years old when he saw his father brutally beat his mother to death says he's living in fear knowing Dale Ogden is out on day parole and believes he should have received a more punitive sentence.
EDMONTON — Two agencies overseeing thousands of home-schooled children in Alberta are asking a court to reverse the province's decision to pull funding and accreditation over allegations of misspending.
An Ontario doctor once suspended for inseminating women with the wrong sperm at his fertility clinic is now accused of allegedly using his own biological material to impregnate certain patients who came to him for treatment.
FORT LAUDERDALE, United States — U.S. President Barack Obama has sounded the alarm bell about an apparent decline in black voter turnout in this election, pointing to early-voting data that's now prompting jitters for Democrats in key swing states.
SUDBURY, Ont. — The Ontario Provincial Police have laid Election Act bribery charges against a former top staffer of Premier Kathleen Wynne and a Liberal fundraiser. The allegations date back to a byelection in early 2015 and events that preceded the vote by several months.