One Ontario university has already laid down the law on what costumes will be “prohibited” at the campus Halloween party this year.
She is one of B.C.’s best-known killers – found guilty of brutally beating and drowning a teenage girl under a Victoria bridge in 1997.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould put forward a new bill Friday that is poised to reverse some elements of one of the previous Conservative government’s tough-on-crime laws that some judges have openly refused to impose on offenders and has been repeatedly criticized as unconstitutional.
A Winnipeg man who admitted to hooking a woman on methamphetamine and then selling her for sex to support his own drug habit has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Postmedia Network Canada Corp., Canada’s largest newspaper company and the owner of the Sun, says it intends to reduce staffing costs by 20% after it reported steep declines in revenue and print advertising in the fourth quarter of 2016.
After watching Wednesday night’s U.S. presidential debate, many Canadians were considering adding a new word to their vocabularies.
The man accused of killing Hells Angel Bob Green was out on bail at the time of the shooting on drug trafficking charges that he faces with Green’s cousin.
A beloved Cape Breton clown has been arrested and is four underage sex- related charges.
A young Winnipeg man has admitted to posing as a police officer while staging the supposed kidnapping of a teenage friend.
The demand wasn’t “your money or your life” for one Maritime mugger.
Quebec City police say they are investigating at least nine break-ins at a Universite Laval student residence over the weekend, with four people alleging they were victims of crimes of a sexual nature.
For decades, police have used a breathalyzer to test whether a driver has had too much alcohol. So what does that mean for pot?
Street-front dispensaries are becoming commonplace, law enforcement has relaxed, and marijuana prices are lower than ever.
Some workers could be denied access to jobsites and potentially fired for testing positive for marijuana, even though tests can’t confirm whether they were high on the job
Since the early 1970s, the Kootenay-Rockies region has been a key player in Canada’s pot industry.
They are pining for a chance to see how a market booms when national legalization arrives.
He fears 'persecution', but wanted to speak out about widespread worry that impending legalization will destroy his industry.
Marketing experts are working their magic to turn pot’s identity into something that bears little resemblance to marijuana of past decades.
Campaigners and capitalists hoping pot sales could eclipse beer sales want Trudeau government to let shops flourish.