Newfoundland and Labrador's largest health board has fired three staff and launched an investigation after the unexpected death of a patient at a mental health hospital in St. John's earlier this month.
After weeks of heavy snow, Atlantic Canada is getting warmer and wetter. And while the higher temperatures may be a welcome change, rainfall combined with melting snow puts the region at risk of flooding.
Canada only just met its 2013 commitment to resettle 1,300 refugees from Syria -- 1306 are now in the country -- and officials say work is now underway on fulfilling the next pledge to resettle 10,000 over three years.
When Sara-Jane Wiens learned her 21-month-old daughter had died in foster care, she ran out of her back door and "screamed bloody murder." Two years later, Wiens said she's still searching for answers.
An undercover cop purchased marijuana ostensibly supplied by Alexander (Sandro) Lisi, a friend of Rob Ford's, but was unaware Lisi was part of an extraordinary investigation into the former mayor's "crack video," an Ontario court heard Thursday.
A Canadian journalist undergoing his second trial in Egypt on widely derided terror charges steeled himself for an "excruciating" wait Wednesday after a judge ordered his case adjourned until the end of next month.