MIRABEL, Que. — One day after announcing a major order for its CSeries jets from U.S. carrier Delta, the questioning turned to family control, compensation and governance at Bombardier's annual shareholder meeting Friday.
EDMONTON — Police officers standing in for Crown prosecutors at bail hearings immediately following an arrest became an issue last year when a Mountie was shot dead near Edmonton. The shooter, Shawn Rehn, was on the streets after a police officer had consented to Rehn's bail o
OTTAWA — The Trudeau Liberals may have promised to exclude the F-35 from the competition to replace the air force's aging CF-18 jet fighters, but federal officials meeting the day after last fall's election were singing a completely different tune, documents reveal.
VANCOUVER — The needs of the alleged victims played a key role in a Dutch court's decision to refuse a request for another delay in the trial of a man thought to be linked to the suicide of British Columbia teenager Amanda Todd, says a court spokeswoman.