Hopes of reaching a resolution between striking B.C. teachers and the province before the start of the school year next week were dimmed Saturday after mediator Vince Ready walked away from the negotiating table.
A “small but notable number” of Canadians have travelled abroad to participate in terrorism-related activities, including to Syria, Somalia and Afghanistan, according to a new report issued by the federal government.
Montreal authorities struck back Friday with a barrage of suspensions and criminal charges against municipal employees accused of storming city hall during a pension protest. The city's police force announced that 44 people will face charges in connection with the Aug. 18 demonstration.
British Columbia and Saskatchewan have reached a deal, which will allow consumers to freely purchase wines and spirits from producers in the other province, including Saskatchewan's 'dill pickle vodka.'