A federal regulator is inviting consumers as well as current and former employees of Canada's telecommunications companies to come forward with their personal experience with misleading or abusive sales practices.
Under mounting pressure from opposition MPs, the House of Commons immigration committee will meet at least two times before early August to study the simmering issue of asylum seekers crossing into Canada from the United States.
Conditions such as sleep problems, irritable bowel syndrome and depression are more common among multiple sclerosis patients, five years before they develop medically recognized signs of the disease, a new study from the University of British Columbia suggests.
Ontario's education minister says students will still be taught about concepts like consent, cyber safety and gender identity this fall despite her government's plan to scrap the province's modernized sex-ed curriculum.
A Federal Court judge has set aside a decision to refer the case of Abdoul Abdi to a deportation hearing, saying Ottawa did not take the former Somali child refugee's charter rights into consideration.
Some consumers have vowed to take their patriotism to the supermarket and buy only made-in-Canada products after the federal government slapped retaliatory tariffs on dozens of U.S. goods as part of an escalating trade war with the country's biggest trading partner.