WINNIPEG — The federal Opposition leader and the mother of a man who was beheaded and cannibalized on a Greyhound bus are criticizing a decision to grant complete freedom to the man who committed the gruesome act.
EMERSON, Man. — The Mounties say 21 people crossed the border illegally this weekend near a Manitoba community where there has been a surge in asylum seekers — the latest to arrive in a method authorities say is on the rise.
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's premier is turning again to a legislative hammer to try to settle the ongoing contract dispute with the province's 9,300 public school teachers, but the union's president warns the move will only escalate tensions.
WASHINGTON — Canada's prime minister has to go see the U.S. president, and he's not especially thrilled. The president is deeply unpopular in Canada — and elsewhere, since campaigning on protectionism and tariffs.
VANCOUVER — A British Columbia boy who was seized twice by the Children's Ministry due to his mysterious broken bones has been found to have a rare gene abnormality linked to a condition that blocks all feelings of pain.