Transgender inmates in Ontario will now be dealt with based on their own gender identity, not their physical sexual traits, a policy Ontario's corrections minister is calling the most progressive of its kind in North America.
The department that oversees the beleaguered Nutrition North program has posted a notice of proposed procurement, asking for someone to come up with different ways of providing northerners with the federal food subsidy.
There have been two more firefights between Canadian special forces troops and Islamic extremists in Iraq, events that will add fuel to an already burning political debate as parliament resumed sitting.
A dentistry student at Dalhousie University has agreed to return to a disciplinary hearing investigating his role in a Facebook page that contained sexually violent content aimed at his classmates, his lawyer said Monday.
All of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, and most of New Brunswick, are under blizzard warnings as a low pressure system set to hammer the United States’ eastern seaboard is forecast to move northeast.
When seven-year-old Quinn Callandar opened a lemonade stand in Pitt Meadows, B.C., last summer to raise money for his best friend’s surgery, he didn’t know his selfless act of love would also help a stranger in need.