Toronto mayor admits to mistakes and apologizes to residents
Says it’s actually marijuana or tobacco
Says he won’t resign
Unclear exactly when they’ll return home
Health officials expect it to become more than a $1 billion industry, but pro-weed advocates are unimpressed
The monumental steel cross that looks over eastern Montreal, and the hue of whose L.E.D. bulbs changes to signal certain holidays or the death of a pope, is not the first of its kind. The city’s founder, Paul Chomedey de
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A double decker bus collided with a passenger train in Ottawa during Wednesday’s morning commute, killing six people, CBC News reports.
City officials say 31 people were hospitalized after the crash, …
Adrien Aubert was moments away from death. At around 1 a.m. on July 6, the 29-year-old, who works for the social network Plogg, was having a beer with friends outside his home in Lac-Mégantic, Québec, a town about 250 …
Canada arrests two suspects in a bomb plot and claim they are linked to al-Qaeda and Iran — even though the terrorist group and the Islamic Republic do not quite get along
A controversial new bill proposed by the sovereigntist Parti Quebecois is stirring up tensions between English and French-speakers in Quebec.
After nine years out in the cold, the Parti Québécois is back in power in the largely Francophone province. What does it mean for Quebec’s English-speaking minority?
While a real conversation over gun control in the U.S. is a domestic nonstarter, neighboring countries end up suffering from lax American laws
Two hundred years ago on June 18, the U.S. declared war on Great Britain. What followed is known as the War of 1812, a conflict whose bicentennial will be marked very differently by the U.S. and Canada