One of three young transients accused of killing a Canadian who was camping during a music festival and a yoga teacher who was walking a dog pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the instructor's death on Monday.
Health Canada is drafting a safety review into the much-debated Essure birth control device, a spring-like implant placed in the fallopian tubes that has led to thousands of medical complaints in the decade since its release.
Prince Harry of Wales launched the 2017 Invictus Games, a sporting competition for injured service personnel and veterans, in Toronto on Monday. The city will host the third installment of the games next September.
At the Liberal convention in Montreal Saturday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau didn’t hide his enthusiasm, saying the government is keenly interested in helping pay for an electric train network proposed in the Greater Montreal area.
A man was shot at least once in the upper body on Grenet St. in Ahuntsic-Cartierville. The victim is in critical condition. Police have revealed few details of the circumstances surrounding the attack.
The country's largest airline said Friday that its letter of intent announced in February to buy 45 CSeries 300 planes with an option to purchase up to 30 more will be finalized soon, subject to conditions being met.
A Syrian hospital run by a Canadian non-profit organization has been bombed, marking the second bombing of a civilian hospital in the war-torn country in the last three days. No fatalities have been reported.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled the World Bank has immunity under international law and won't have to hand over its documents to a Canadian court hearing a corruption case involving ex-SNC-Lavalin employees.