There's an urgent need for vaping products to be given the same advertising and flavour restrictions as tobacco, a group of health organizations in Canada said in calling for immediate political action.
An Alberta couple who treated their son's illness with natural remedies rather than taking him to a doctor have been found not guilty in the toddler's death after a retrial by judge alone.
To date, the British Columbia Fugitive Return Program, which was started in 2012, has returned more than 200 people wanted on cross-country warrants.
RCMP officers found more than they bargained for when they pulled over a vehicle on Highway 1 east of Revelstoke, B.C., last week.
The Liberal Party has confirmed Justin Trudeau appeared in a short amateur video in blackface — a third instance of Trudeau appearing in racist makeup in the past — less than 12 hours after he admitted to wearing such makeup on just two occasions and acknowledged the actions were "racist."
Kaillie Humphries competed as a guest in USA Bobsled's push trials Thursday while the two-time Olympic gold medallist from Calgary awaits permission to compete for the Americans.
Today's edition of our newsletter looks at the pros and cons of the NHL's latest rule changes, a shocking wrestling match and Auston Matthews going stone cold.
The Ottawa Senators have locked up one of their young stars. The team announced Thursday it has agreed to an eight-year, $64-million US contract extension with defenceman Thomas Chabot.