OTTAWA — Despite having originally denied their existence, the federal Indigenous Affairs Department said Wednesday it will give the parliamentary budget office a collection of documents relevant to First Nations education.
MONTREAL — The City of Montreal's push to ban new pit bulls suffered another setback Wednesday when a judge ruled parts of its legislation can't be introduced until a court hearing is held on the merits of the case.
OTTAWA — Canada has joined dozens of other countries in calling for clearer rules around the sale and use of armed drones, even as the government debates whether the military should acquire such weapons.
HALIFAX — Despite its brawn and fury, hurricane Matthew no longer poses much of a threat to Canada's East Coast, the Canadian Hurricane Centre said Wednesday after it dropped a tropical cyclone statement from its website.
OTTAWA — The head of the federal department overseeing the effort to fix the Phoenix civil-servant payroll system says the government isn't contemplating legal action, even though at least one other country has gone down that path.
Dogs and horses have long been used in therapy, but experts are raising concerns about a more recent trend that has some Canadian companies offering exotic animals for therapeutic services in hospitals and nursing homes for a fee.