Ontario police search for suspects after $187,000 cheese shipment goes missing

OXFORD COUNTY, Ont. — Police in southern Ontario say they're on the hunt for a man who allegedly made off with $187,000 worth of...

Transportation watchdog launches inquiry after WestJet bumps passengers

OTTAWA — Canada's transportation watchdog is launching an inquiry into how WestJet Airlines Ltd. handles its passengers during schedule changes after an incident last...

Archeological teams to excavate, map wrecks of Franklin expedition

OTTAWA — Canadian archeologists are on their way to a remote island near the Arctic Circle for another chance to dig up the secrets held by...

Liberals unveil $3B sole-source deal for armoured vehicles ahead of election

OTTAWA — The federal Liberal government says it plans to award a multibillion-dollar contract for hundreds of light armoured vehicles to General Dynamics Land...

Federal parties’ privacy policies meet bare minimum required by new law

OTTAWA — The main federal political parties have developed and published privacy policies, as required by a new law, but none has adopted the stringent...

Study finds men with advanced dementia more likely to be hospitalized

TORONTO — A study of nursing home residents with advanced dementia found that men were more likely to be hospitalized, physically restrained and receive...

Canada’s Minister of Sport Kirsty Duncan: More anti-abuse work to be done

TORONTO — Kirsty Duncan knows there's still work to be done. Canada's Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities has made ending abuse and harassment...

OSC approves management cease trade order at cannabis company CannTrust Holdings

VAUGHAN, Ont. — CannTrust Holdings Inc. says the Ontario Securities Commission has approved a management cease trade order as the cannabis producer works to deal...

Federal appeal court greenlights airlines’ challenge to passenger bill of rights

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has agreed to hear airlines' legal challenge to Canada's new passenger bill of rights. The appeal, which aims to quash...

CRTC lowers wholesale broadband rates to boost competition among providers

OTTAWA — Canada's telecoms regulator says it has lowered the rates for wholesale broadband access as it looks to increase competition among internet providers. The lower...