A 99-year old former squadron leader with the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War had a ringside seat at an event that could shed new light on why Canada waited until Sept. 10, 1939, to declare war on Nazi Germany.
Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr tries again Wednesday to expand his civil lawsuit against the federal government to include a claim that Canada conspired with the United States for what he says was the abuse of his rights and torture.
Nineteen Toronto elementary schools got a failing grade on Tuesday, as ongoing construction and lack of space left them unprepared for the province-wide rollout of full-day kindergarten in Ontario.
Children's singer Raffi is accusing the B.C. government of taking a "bully" stance in its failed negotiations with the province's teachers. Premier Christy Clark has yet to respond to the entertainer's criticism as schools remained closed Tuesday.
Driven by rising land prices and an enterprising spirit, some Orthodox Mennonite families have relocated into rural areas of Canada in search of new opportunities that they hope will support future generations.