LA LOCHE, Sask. — An imminent sentencing decision for a young man who pleaded guilty to fatal shootings at a school and a home is stirring anxiety in the remote northern Saskatchewan community where they occurred.
OTTAWA — Indigenous communities will find themselves with a long-term funding commitment in next week's federal budget worth hundreds of millions of dollars to address the most acute housing situation in the country, say sources familiar with the measure.
CALGARY — The Transportation Safety Board says it doesn't know what caused a plane operated by an Alberta university's flight school to lose control and crash, killing two instructors with the program.
NEW DELHI — Canadian and Indian authorities were both scrambling Thursday to explain how a man convicted three decades ago of trying to kill an Indian politician in Canada slipped through security screenings to snag an invitation to an exclusive reception with Prime Minister Justin Trud
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia wants to make the immigration process easier for internationally trained physicians who already have a job offer, as the province continues to deal with a persistent shortage of family doctors.
An Ontario judge has struck down a mandatory minimum sentence for a drug smuggling offence, ruling that two years in prison would be a "grossly disproportionate" punishment for an Indigenous single mother who ran away from home at age 13.