MONTREAL - Under political fire for a week over a massive speeding fine, the right-hand man to Montreal's mayor has apologized for his lack of judgment.
The 51-year-old former financial adviser hugged his defence team following Friday's decision by Justice Terrence Morrison, but accompanied by members of his family, he quickly departed the courthouse without talking to reporters.
DELTA, B.C. - Police are investigating a report of alleged vandalism at the Tsawwassen ferry terminal south of Vancouver that's possibly linked to concern for a pet.
A group of doctors, lawyers, legal scholars and human-rights organizations is calling on the federal government to halt the rollout of a new policy that will see border officers outfitted
Bad weather conditions hampered the RCMP from reaching Mistastin Lake, only accessible by plane, as planned on Thursday.
Foreign vessels arriving in Canadian ports can expect more monitoring by officials hunting for contraband fish now that Canada is part of an international agreement to combat illegal fishing.