The third Monday of January is known as “Blue Monday.”
It's when a number of factors apparently converge, from debt levels to weather conditions, and reportedly make this the most depressing day of the year.
OTTAWA -- The Ottawa Senators aren't in a playoff spot at the halfway mark of the season, but considering the challenges they've faced through the first 41 games of the year they feel pretty good that won't be the case by the end of the season.
Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Child Sexual Exploitation Unit assisted by the Technological Crime Unit and Leeds County OPP Detachment have arrested and charged a Seeley’s Bay man following a child pornography investigation.
Canada's ethics watchdog plans to take a closer look at Justin Trudeau's recent family holiday at the Aga Khan's private island in the Bahamas -- the first-ever such investigation of a sitting prime minister.
Global Affairs Canada has confirmed that one Canadian has been killed and they’re investigating reports of a second Canadian death during an attack at a Mexican nightclub in the early hours of Monday morning.
OTTAWA -- The federal government failed its employees when it didn't properly heed warning signs about its problem-plagued Phoenix pay system before rolling it out almost a year ago, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau admitted Thursday.
Hollywood movie star Meryl Streep was the latest to invoke the 'nice Canadians' cliche in her Golden Globes speech on Sunday, a barbed critique of U.S. president-elect Donald Trump that included a salute to Ontario's Ryan Gosling -- and Canadians in general -- for being 'the nicest people.' But are we really?
An on-line petition is trying to shame Ottawa-based Shopify in order to get it to break any business connection with Breitbart News; an alt-right, pro-Trump media organization.
Shopify is being accused of endorsing hate by providing a platform for the on-line store run by Breitbart News.
A report commissioned by the Canadian Automobile Association has identified Canada's 20 worst highway bottlenecks. The CAA report says the top 20 were found in just four cities -- Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Quebec City.