Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says, although Husky Energy appears to be doing what it can to clean up an oil spill that has affected drinking water in some communities, he is 'not satisfied' with the situation.
A bar in Medicine Hat, Alta., is facing intense scrutiny after an employee told a young transgender woman she couldn’t use the women’s washroom and a controversial sign was later posted telling patrons to 'use the bathroom of your birth gender.'
A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge convicted the father in the case of a boy who was just three weeks old when he suffered a head injury so severe his skull was "like a crushed egg," according to one doctor.
Inuit and those who provide mental-health services to them need to reach a common understanding of why suicide is so common in their communities before they can deal with it, says Canada's national Inuit group.
A man who targeted 15 families with firebombings and shootings because he thought they had links to a training centre for emergency responders in British Columbia has been sentenced to 13 years and six months in prison.