EDMONTON — Alberta's highest court has struck down a section of the province's Traffic Safety Act that allows authorities to suspend the licences of suspected drunk drivers until their cases are resolved in court.
TORONTO — Officials from the country's largest pension fund said Thursday they'd welcome the opportunity to invest in Canadian infrastructure but there's been a limited supply of suitable assets available to purchase.
OTTAWA — Sen. Andre Pratte apologized Thursday for using a notorious racial slur during a Senate committee hearing, where he uttered the so-called "N-word" as an example of an epithet that should never be used.
BURNABY, B.C. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau demonstrated a new virtual camera used by game makers at an Electronic Arts Canada studio near Vancouver on Thursday after promoting the country's technology sector to officials in Washington state.
MONTREAL — Almost 40 per cent of Canadians are eating lunch at their desks — a number that reflects increasing workplace pressures as well as shifting attitudes toward meals, says the lead author of a new study gauging the country's eating habits.
OTTAWA — The new proposed official languages commissioner says she had contact before the nomination process with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's two closest advisers to express her interest in the job.