VANCOUVER — WestJet is rejecting allegations made by a former flight attendant that it fails to provide a harassment-free workplace for its female employees, saying it would not put its reputation at stake by inadequately dealing with complaints.
TORONTO — An attempt to make random drug and alcohol testing mandatory for the majority of Toronto public transit employees will be difficult, says a legal expert who cites a recent Supreme Court of Canada decision.
TORONTO — Ontario's grain farmers were dealt a legal blow Wednesday as the province's highest court dismissed their appeal over controversial pesticide regulations intended to protect bees in the province.
EDMONTON — Police and health officials in Alberta are raising the alarm about a dangerous drug called W-18 that is much more toxic than fentanyl, another synthetic opioid that has been linked to hundreds of deaths in Canada.
ATTAWAPISKAT, Ont. — Out in the bush, a few kilometres from the First Nations reserve of Attawapiskat, about three dozen young Cree are learning basic outdoor survival skills — from a Canadian Armed Forces soldier.