The national spy service saw little risk to the personal privacy of Canadians in a self-penned evaluation of its secret data-crunching centre -- a shadowy program now at the centre of intense controversy, newly released documents show.
A roughly 10 metre segment hung in the fog over Halifax Harbour on Sunday to fill the 46th and final gap in the decades-old MacDonald Bridge in time for tens of thousands of cars to cross the bridge Monday morning.
Lawyers and academics say there is a culture of delays plaguing Quebec's court system. Quebec recently announced $175 million over four years in funding for more judges, Crown attorneys and support staff to help alleviate the overburdened system.
A Canadian man whose family is trapped in a militant-controlled area in the Libyan city of Benghazi has travelled to Turkey in effort to assemble an aid shipment for civilians in the conflict-ridden neighbourhood.
One month after Catherine McKay was sentenced to 10 years for an impaired driving collision that killed a family of four in Saskatchewan, she was transferred to a holistic correctional facility called a healing lodge.