An Ottawa father is looking to move his children out of their daycare over its strict "no outside food" policy, after his daughter was suspended for three days for bringing a cheese sandwich to class.
Two women suffered non-life threatening injuries when they were shot on York University campus in Toronto on Thursday night, emergency officials say.
The Royal Canadian Legion is set to call on the Harper government to take better care of wounded veterans and their families.
This one’s for serious bacon lovers: "Bacon experts" have developed a new app and plug-in accessory that will gently nudge sleepers awake by diffusing the smell of bacon from their smartphone.
A major grain backlog would have been easier to manage if the Canadian Wheat Board was still able to co-ordinate grain transportation for Prairie wheat, New Democrat MP Pat Martin says.
The Canadian government joined the German and U.S. governments in rejecting the legitimacy of the referendum, saying it will not recognize the results. The parliament in Crimea, which enjoys a degree of autonomy under current Ukrainian law, voted 78 with
Canada's "level playing field" may be compromised under changes proposed in the Conservatives' election reform bill, Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand warned Thursday.
"In Canada, electoral fairness has traditionally been understood to mean maintain
Talk at the Edmonton Oilers practice today wasn't just about who was coming and going as the trade deadline loomed, but who was in net. "Just another player on the ice with just a little longer hair than the rest of them," laughed Canadian women's hockey
The first controlled LSD study in more than 40 years reveals the drug could be used to help people with terminal illnesses deal better with death. The study, published in the Journal of nervous and Mental Disease, showed that 12 people who agreed to take
The handwritten log book of HMS Black Joke contains details of how the British ship chased slave ships across the Atlantic before capturing them and setting the slaves free.
The SkyShield system has now been approved for use on commercial airliners by Israel's Ministry of Defence after successfully completing tests.
Russian president, Pope Francis and former NSA contractor Edward Snowden among record 278 candidates for award
Shuhel Mahboob Ali told an undercover agent online how he wanted to have sex with a 13-year-old girl and raise a 'daughters-only' family.
The NATO alliance is suspending all meetings with Russia and reviewing its military ties with Moscow as a result of Vladimir Putin’s refusal to withdraw from Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula. “These steps send a clear message: Russia’s actions have consequences
United Nations peace envoy Robert Serry had to cut short his visit to Crimea after a group of armed pro-Russian militiamen blocked him and threatened in his car in Simferopol, capital city of the peninsula on March 5.
The recommended sugar intake will stay at below 10% of total calorie intake a day, with 5% the target, says the WHO. The suggested limits apply to all sugars added to food, as well as sugar naturally present in honey, syrups, fruit juices and fruit concen
Navy intercepts shipment of medium-range missiles near Sudan; says Israel has proof of Iranian origin; Hamas: IDF takeover is just Israeli pretext to justify the Gaza blockade.
All mountaineers and their support teams going to Mount Everest must bring back at least 8kg (17lb) of rubbish on their descent, Nepal's government says.
The Earth continuously emits 100 million gigawatts of infrared heat into outer space. That’s enough to power all of humanity many thousands of times over. Capturing even a fraction of that would mean an end to our energy woes. Harvard University researche
A previously unknown giant virus has been revived from 30,000-year-old permafrost, suggesting another possible threat from climate change.
The growing problem of synthetic identity fraud is raising concerns that terrorist cells could be linked to these schemes, experts say.
A 10-year-old boy was suspended from a Columbus, Ohio, school for three days for pretending his finger was a gun and pointing it at another student's head, the principal said.
Scientists have created an external membrane using a 3-D printer than can keep a heart beating virtually forever and possibly prevent heart attacks within the next two decades.
A lone civilian public affairs adviser for the Canadian army defied military officials last month and insisted on the public release of a potentially embarrassing email, according to newly released documents.
Thousands of workers are making their way to the northern B.C. port — ground zero in the province’s bid to become a major liquefied natural-gas exporter.
McDonald's has been hit with a supersized lawsuit. Unhappy eater Webster Lucas reportedly wants $1.5million from the fast-food firm after he claimed staff only gave him one napkin.
When Dana Snay learned her father had been awarded a settlement in an age-discrimination lawsuit, she couldn't resist bragging about it on Facebook. A judge ruled her boast may have cost the entire award.
More than 10 knife-wielding attackers slashed people at a train station in southwestern China late Saturday in what authorities called a terrorist attack by Uighur separatists, and police fatally shot five of the assailants, leaving 34 people dead and 130