An India-born woman in Canada, who admitted to killing her two-month-old daughter three years ago, was Tuesday declared not criminally responsible for the death as she suffers from a mental disorder
Following a week and a half of rotating strikes being executed across the province thousands of students are expected to participate in a day-long walkout today. The walkout will be held in protest of the ongoing labor dispute between the BCTF and the province.
Updated guides have been posted online to assist small business owners throughout the province with their business ventures, announced Minister of State for Small Business Naomi Yamamoto.
After passing the first major regulations to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions in the country, the US is now urging Canada to follow suit.
There is a "concerning pattern" among young Canadian students in watching porn and 'sexting' has also become commonplace among teenagers, a survey shows.
A man along with a one-year-old boy was killed Monday morning after their car collided with VIA Rail train in St. Liboire, located 90 kilometres east of Montreal.