Ottawa Police are investigating the city's second murder of the year in an apartment building just blocks away from the Elgin police station. The shooting happened around 6 this morning at 125 McLeod Street, between Cartier and Elgin.
TORONTO -- Protesters angered by some Ontario Tim Hortons franchisees who slashed workers' benefits and breaks after the province raised its minimum wage plan to spread their rallies to other areas of the country.
With an influx of female parliamentarians of childbearing age, refreshed attention is being placed on the lack of parental leave and 'largely inadequate' childcare services on Parliament Hill. Some MPs who are making history by starting families while in office say now's the time for change, both for them, and generations of women to come.
Japan's public broadcaster mistakenly sent an alert Tuesday warning citizens of a North Korean missile launch and urging them to seek immediate shelter, then minutes later corrected it, days after a similar error in Hawaii.
The mother of 13 malnourished children and young adults who were held in filthy conditions, some chained to furniture, was "perplexed" when deputies arrived at the family's Southern California home, a sheriff's official said Tuesday.
A summit on how to dissuade North Korea from continuing its nuclear weapons and missiles program is set to get underway in Vancouver today. Plus, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change fights back against criticism over new carbon pricing legislation.
A new survey has revealed that over half of young Canadians who have ever consumed an energy drink have experienced negative health effects including rapid heartbeat, nausea, and in rare cases even seizures.
Both China and Russia will be integral to securing peace on the Korean peninsula, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau conceded Monday even as he defended the decision to leave the two countries out of this week's international gathering on the perils posed by North Korea.
A blunder that caused more than a million people in Hawaii to fear that they were about to be struck by a nuclear missile fed skepticism Sunday about the government's ability to keep them informed in a real emergency.
Joshua Boyle, the former hostage who is facing 15 criminal charges, spoke during a brief court appearance Monday morning, saying he had "no idea" what’s happening with his case, as it was put off again to Jan. 26.