Victoria-area politicians are considering putting limits on the number of dogs people can walk and charging a fee for dog-walking businesses who use regional parks amid complaints about packs of wandering animals.
The newly opened National Holocaust Monument won't be closed for the winter after all. Heritage Minister Melanie Joly says in a tweet that the soaring concrete structure just west of Parliament Hill will remain open throughout the year.
A woman who failed to take her son to the doctor for a strep infection has been sentenced to three years in prison -- a punishment a Calgary judge says fits the grave crime that resulted in the seven-year-old boy's painful death.
An Ontario mother is calling on the federal government to provide funding for clinical trials aimed at curing the rare, genetic disease that doctors say could claim her son’s life by the age of four.
The ex-girlfriend of one of two men accused of murdering a young Toronto woman and burning her remains in a massive animal incinerator saw the large machine in operation the year the alleged killing occurred, a court heard Friday.