The riding nomination fight between Conservative MP Eve Adams and Natalia Lishchyna is growing nastier, with Lishchyna giving party officials an estimate of Adams's expenses that suggests she's gone over her spending limit.
The head office of Tim Hortons has taken over two franchises in Fernie, B.C., and Blairmore, Alta., months after several temporary foreign workers told CBC News the owner cheated them out of overtime pay.
Members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance managed to pull off an anti-Keystone XL pipeline protest in the reflecting pool that lies in front of the famous Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Thursday without getting arrested.
British counterterrorism police have launched an unprecedented appeal to Muslim women, urging them to dissuade relatives from travelling to Syria to fight with extremist Islamist groups and to report any concerns about their family members’ intentions.
Ashley Onen of Calgary has been fined $7,000 for her role in an online scam. The city's humane society says the woman used various aliases to get free animals on Kijiji, neglected them, and later resold them.
Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre took the podium at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa today to talk about "the facts" surrounding his controversial bill to rewrite Canada's election laws and then asked his audience, "So what is all the fuss about?"
Measles cases are at their highest level in the U.S. for this point in the year since 1996, so public health officials are urging parents to vaccinate children and are reminding health-care providers about how to recognize the illness.
There's evidence that the government's Temporary Foreign Worker Program nudges the unemployment rate higher in some sectors of the economy and parts of the country, think-tank C.D. Howe says in a report.
The police constable charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of 18-year-old Sammy Yatim aboard a streetcar last summer has returned to work with the Toronto Police Service, despite an ongoing inquiry into the case against him.
Nepal's attempts to salvage the Mount Everest climbing season fell flat Thursday as major expedition companies cancelled their climbs and many Sherpas quit the mountain after an avalanche killed 16 of their fellow guides last week.