The doors of the seniors' home that burned down last January, killing 32 people, were locked from the inside as residents tried desperately to flee the smoke and flames, a coroner's inquest heard Monday.
A Nova Scotia man who was serving a life sentence for stabbing his ex-girlfriend to death walked from court on bail Monday, calling his release "surreal" and his time in the criminal justice system a nightmare.
A second young man accused in a prominent child pornography case pleaded guilty in youth court Monday to distributing a sexually graphic image of a 15-year-old girl who later died following a suicide attempt.
The Manitoba government has a policy that allows signs touting its economic agenda to be erected at construction sites long before work begins and to be left up over the winter lull, The Canadian Press has learned.
Investigators believe a young Halifax mother reported missing more than four months ago was murdered the day she disappeared by someone she knew, police said Monday as they announced an arrest in the case.
A man accused of a revenge shooting in a crowded downtown food court testified Monday to having earlier been the victim of a terrifying attack that almost killed him and left him paranoid and bewildered.
The story of thalidomide may be well known in Canada, but the drug's survivors say they themselves have been largely forgotten. Now, as "thalidomide babies" move through their 50s and their health worsens, they are asking again for financial help.