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Conservative MP Maxime Bernier is taking issue with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s oft-repeated message of diversity in Canada, calling it a form of “radical multiculturalism.”
Two civilians were killed in a shooting in Fredericton that also claimed the lives of two police officers.
An air ambulance advocacy group wants an overhaul of B.C.’s emergency medical system in rural regions
AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde said day to recognize painful legacy would boost understanding
This is only the fourth state of emergency ever issued during a fire season
Langley man facing aggravated assault charge after incident allegedly involved golf club and machete
George H. Ledcor, a barge-hauling tug operated by the Ledcor Group, went down Monday night
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna spoke on the contentious removal of John A. Macdonald
Police are trying to figure out what led to a homemade explosive detonating in a Coquitlam home
Police say the man was a ‘non-swimmer’
‘Take a moment to think about who you stole from,’ says Burns Bog Society’s Mark Robertson
An SUV and a motorcyclist collided early Wednesday morning
The province says Vancouver Island is under Stage 4 drought conditions
The collapse of the Morandi Bridge sent dozens of cars and three trucks plunging as much as 45 metres (150 feet) to the ground Tuesday.
Manigault Newman declared she will not be silenced by President Donald Trump, remaining defiant as her public feud with her former boss shifted from a war of words to a possible legal battle.
The “real number” of abused children and abusive priests might be higher since some secret church records were lost and some victims never came forward.
More than one hundred municipal wastewater systems did not report how much raw sewage overflowed from their pipes in 2017.
Jacob Hoggard faces three sexual assault-related charges will return to a Toronto courtroom this morning.
Delta police have secured 94 charges against seven people, including drug and firearm offences
Canada’s police chiefs are urging Ottawa to beef up its fight against the opioid scourge by closely vetting people who import pill presses