Statistics Canada report reveals information about crimes committed by women.
More that a half-dozen young protesters from the group Climate Justice Ottawa took over the constituency office of Environment Minister Catherine McKenna at 9 a.m.
Cuts to French services drawing growing opposition.
The number of police-reported hate crimes in Canada in 2017 is the highest since Statistics Canada started tracking the data in 2009.
According to The Weather Network, residents of Central Canada will face a cold, long winter.
PSAC begins a new round of bargaining for a contract and marks it with a protest over the Phoenix pay fiasco.
A recent study from Dalhousie University found over 6.4 million Canadians have dietary preferences with meat consumption: either consuming it, replacing it, or avoiding it altogether.
College education continues to prove itself as a successful entrance into the work force even in an increasingly competitive job market.
As the opioid crisis continues to impact Canadian cities, Ottawa’s supervised consumption sites describe how new provincial regulations will affect them.
Far From Home is an exhibition at the Canadian War Museum that features photographs that reveal the diversity of the soldiers who fought in the war.