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Canadian airlines are lining up to offer the latest trend in air travel: cheap, no-frills fares. But experts warn that the discount fares may not always be the best deal for passengers.
From some of the most permissive political fundraising rules in Canada, British Columbia is moving toward having some of the strictest. It's the latest province to lower individual contribution limits and ban donations from unions and corporations.
RCMP say officers were told not to chase a stolen truck that ended up crashing into a minivan and killing three women from Edmonton.
After spending nearly a week in two Ontario hospitals and a Quebec hospital, Ugo Fredette, who was arrested last week in connection with an Amber Alert case, is now in a detention centre in Saint-Jérôme.
A 33-year-old man who was shot by police after allegedly stabbing an officer in the upper body has died, Winnipeg police said late Saturday night.
Following a Marketplace investigation, host David Common and expert mechanic Mark Whinton participated in a Facebook Live, answering viewers' questions about their vehicles and what actually needs work when at the car dealership.
Arnold Chan, the Liberal MP for Scarborough-Agincourt, was remembered by dignitaries and colleagues, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, at a church service in Toronto on Saturday.
The federal government has agreed to return a series of artifacts connected to Louis Riel, currently housed in the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, to the Métis people.
Despite tough talk from the U.S. about the job-killing impact of NAFTA on its automotive sector, Canada's chief negotiator isn't expecting to see a detailed American proposal on the matter during the latest round of talks to rewrite the continental trade pact.
Three years after a little girl named Serenity died of horrific injuries, Alberta's justice minister has confirmed that a fatality inquiry has been ordered in the case.
In two years from now, the University of Saskatchewan is planning to make Indigenous education mandatory for all 21,000 students.
Hundreds of wounded warriors from around the world are in Toronto for the Invictus Games, with Prince Harry on hand to kick off Saturday night's opening ceremony.
A conservation photographer is sharing his images of a remote part of Nova Scotia's coastline that most people have never seen.
Many senators who lived through the auditor general's recent review of expenses say the process cost too much and took too long — but the next step could be trying, too, as senators argue over the best way to keep an eye on expenses without racking up huge costs.
Its budget was cut in 2012, but Katimavik is back with a pilot project that sees youth from the Tlicho region of the Northwest Territories and Eeyou Istchee, Que., engaging with other communities and volunteering for organizations.
A flood of natural disasters around the world in the last month has some aid organizations taking a different approach to fundraising to prevent donor fatigue.
Canada will impose targeted sanctions against 40 Venezuelan senior officials, including President Nicolas Maduro, to punish them for "anti-democratic behaviour," Canada's foreign affairs department says.
Provincial pressure is intensifying against the Trudeau government's controversial tax-reform proposals, which have angered business owners, doctors and farmers across Canada.