Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
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The anatomy of a scam: How far fraudsters will go to steal your money
Cree leader Poundmaker is getting an apology from Trudeau. But what really happened in 1885?
Monarchists concerned as government stops sending prints of Queen's portrait to Canadians on request
Some Quebec doctors still resisting assisted dying, commission chair says
Irving to built 2 of 18 new Canadian Coast Guard ships – new class of multi-mission ships planned
Kenney government's Bill 1 will roll back Alberta carbon tax on everyone but large emitters
Euthanasia by organ donation: Should we allow doctors to retrieve people's organs while they're still alive?
Three years after assisted death became legal in Canada, the medical community is debating a provocative question: should organs be removed from consenting euthanasia patients while they’re still alive? Some say changing the rules would ...
From self-defence laws to 911 access: How the Liberals, Conservatives and NDP would address rural crime
OTTAWA , Ont.— The House of Commons public safety committee has released a report into rural crime in Canada , and — surprise, surprise — the major political parties couldn’t agree on a set of recommendations. Here are ...
Airport CEO, Nav Canada boss named to 'blue ribbon' drone task force
The heads of the Ottawa airport authority and NAV CANADA have been named to a task force on tackling the “critical” threat unauthorized drones pose to North American airports in the wake major disruptions to air traffic at Gatwick and ...
Senior dies after freak accident in Ontario church parking lot
An 84-year-old woman who was run over by her own car in a freak accident at an Oakville church earlier this month has died in hospital. Halton Regional Police say the elderly woman pulled into St. Luke’s Anglican Church — located at ...
Patient transfer satisfies dying Regina man's wish for ice cream pit stop
Donn Hale devoured his vanilla sundae with hot fudge caramel, Skor bits and pecans. “He loved food,” his daughter April Boldt recalled in an interview Tuesday. “Everyday we were bringing him something different.” Even as ...
Their son died in a Montreal police intervention; now, another blow
Cesur Celik walks carefully down the hallway, adjusting his body to hug the wall as he passes, trying not to step on a section of the floor beneath him. For two years, he’s avoided this part of his home altogether. Until recently, pieces of ...
Trudeau set to make Canadian Coast Guard announcement in Vancouver
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will make an announcement Wednesday in Vancouver about the future of the Canadian Coast Guard. Some key cabinet minister will also be attending the announcement, including Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the ...
Bollywood actor who campaigned for Stephen Harper was granted Canadian citizenship by Conservative government
In the thick of the 2011 federal election, Stephen Harper appeared in the Indo-Canadian heartland of Ontario with a ringer. At a campaign stop in Brampton, Bollywood mega-star Akshay Kumar praised the then prime minister, danced on stage with his ...
Gen. John Vance gets pay hike, but sources say timing not linked to Mark Norman case
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has recommended a raise for Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. John Vance, boosting his salary’s upper limit to $306,500. Although government sources say the raise is part of a regular pay review, the announcement ...
Andrew Scheer's economic vision for Canada is right out of 1993
In early April, a couple of guys who once advised Justin Trudeau and Stephen Harper, respectively, published one of the better works of popular policy research in some time. Robert Asselin, the Liberal; Sean Speer, the Conservative; and their ...