OTTAWA — The federal government has been warned to take a cautious approach to publicly debating immigration over fears of reaching a "tipping point" that could undermine public support for welcoming immigrants.
SAINTE-ADELE, Que. — A Quebec school board is expressing regret over an incident where a student was asked to leave class for wearing a sports jersey in support of the victims of a bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos hockey team.
LA POCATIERE, Que. — The Quebec government will introduce a bill to thwart any legal challenges to Bombardier and Alstom being awarded an extension to a contract for the renewal of Montreal's subway car fleet, Premier Philippe Couillard said Friday.
OAKVILLE, Ont. — Doug Ford's promise to fire the CEO of Hydro One if elected this spring shows he has no plan to lead Ontario, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Friday, calling the Tory leader's pledge little more than "bluster."
One of Canada's most infamous killers, whose name became reviled across the country after he murdered two Ontario teens, is back before the courts for an offence allegedly committed from a maximum-security prison.
CALGARY — The National Energy Board says Canadian oil exports rose by 6.5 per cent last year to 3.3 million barrels per day despite an increase in light shale oil production in the United States, Canada's biggest customer and competitor.
OTTAWA — A military investigation report says an accident that killed a search and rescue technician near Yorkton, Sask., in March 2017 came after the man's chute became twisted as he jumped in a low-level exercise.