OTTAWA — The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal says the federal government's failure to fully implement Jordan's Principle may have contributed to the suicides of two teenagers in Wapekeka First Nation earlier this year.
OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is backing away from controversial elements of its legislation to transform the federal budget watchdog, with help from a number of amendments proposed Friday by Liberal MPs.
OTTAWA — Health Canada has approved plans to create four new supervised consumption sites in British Columbia and Quebec, but some health officials say the approvals fall short of meeting the needs in communities devastated by overdose deaths.
Winnipeg Transit is proposing a pilot project to test safety barriers for bus drivers following the fatal stabbing of one of its employees last winter. A city council committee is to consider the recommendation along with other ideas to improve safety.
TORONTO — A judge made no errors in ruling that a young woman's devastating car crash occurred only because a municipality negligently failed to ensure the road was snow-free, Ontario's top court ruled on Friday