Trump boasts of lying to Trudeau

The President of the United States boasted Wednesday of trying to convince Justin Trudeau during a meeting that his country was running a trade deficit with Canada, when it was not and... Read more »

26-year-old man shot in west Toronto

Toronto police investigate the 12th homicide of the year in the Queen City, while a 26-year-old man died after being shot in the west end of the city late Friday. Toronto police... Read more »

Kathleen Wynne defends sex education program

Premier Kathleen Wynne says parents and experts were consulted during the development of the sex education program, contrary to what new Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford is suggesting. In a press briefing... Read more »

Parks Canada plans to burn some areas of Point Pelee Park

Fire will be intentionally lit in Point Pelee National Park over the next few weeks to allow the ecosystem to regenerate. Parks Canada has scheduled a number of fires that will result... Read more »

Saskatchewan will support Alberta if it restricts its oil exports

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he will support his Alberta counterpart if he reduces his oil exports to put pressure on British Columbia because of the Trans Mountain pipeline. If the fuel... Read more »

Who is to blame for the high number of vacant commercial spaces in Montreal?

Have you ever deplored the large number of vacant commercial spaces by walking in the streets of Plateau Mont-Royal, Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie or Outremont? Many small traders can no longer afford to pay... Read more »

Quarrel of chickens in Victoria

Residents of Victoria are screaming, while one of their neighbors is preparing to accommodate a hundred laying hens on his land. The owner of the land of a little less than one... Read more »