United We Roll ready for day two of protest in Ottawa
United We Roll, a pro pipeline protest group arrived in Ottawa on Feb. 19, after traveling thousands of kilometres in a convoy.
An Amber Alert for dementia sufferers needed, say caregivers
Six in 10 people diagnosed with Dementia will wander at least once.
Top court clears way for convicted murderer to try for early release
The Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal of a decision that allows convicted poisoner Cherylle Dell to try for early release.
Get ready for a long goodbye to Ottawa’s iconic Centre Block
Parliament Hill’s Centre Block to be closed soon.
Canada’s new guide takes food groups off the table
Canada’s Food Guide now emphasizes plant-based proteins and healthy behaviours instead of food groups and serving sizes.
Ottawa supporters of anti-pipeline camps in Wet’suwet’en block Trudeau’s speech
Anti-pipeline sentiment is being expressed across the country.
Unemployment rate held steady in December, Statistics Canada reports
The latest Statistics Canada labour survey shows employment numbers going up last year.
Public offered a chance to comment on Health Canada regulations for cannabis products
The federal government has laid out its plans to regulate cannabis edibles and other products.
Hate crimes spiked in 2017, Statistics Canada says
The number of police-reported hate crimes in Canada in 2017 is the highest since Statistics Canada started tracking the data in 2009.
Public Service Alliance begins bargaining for new contract with protest over Phoenix pay crisis
PSAC begins a new round of bargaining for a contract and marks it with a protest over the Phoenix pay fiasco.