A “small but notable number” of Canadians have travelled abroad to participate in terrorism-related activities, including to Syria, Somalia and Afghanistan, according to a new report issued by the federal government.
Several people were taken to hospital Friday morning after pepper spray was released inside a downtown Montreal bus terminal. Emergency crews rushed to the Berri-UQAM bus terminal shortly before 11 a.m., after people inside complained of a foul smell and irritation.
Montreal authorities struck back Friday with a barrage of suspensions and criminal charges against municipal employees accused of storming city hall during a pension protest. The city's police force announced that 44 people will face charges in connection with the Aug. 18 demonstration.
British Columbia and Saskatchewan have reached a deal, which will allow consumers to freely purchase wines and spirits from producers in the other province, including Saskatchewan's 'dill pickle vodka.'
A Toronto man who brutally murdered his ex-girlfriend and then carved up her body and scattered the pieces to cover up his crime may not have acted entirely alone, an Ontario Superior Court judge said Friday in sentencing him to life in prison with no parole eligibility for 18 years.
Canada is sending relief supplies to Iraq from a newly established warehouse in Dubai. International Development Minister Christian Paradis says the Dubai stockpile includes including tents, blankets, kitchen sets, hygiene kits, and jerry cans.