After three days of debate, Liberal government and Progressive Conservative MPPs joined forces Sunday to pass legislation sending strike college teachers — and their students — back to class over NDP objections.
While more than 20 countries, led by Canada and Britain, pledged to stop burning coal, German Chancellor Angela Merkel defended her country’s use of the fuel and the need to preserve jobs in the industry.
Flake was talking to the mayor of the Phoenix suburb of Mesa offstage Friday after speaking at a town hall session for aerospace company workers and apparently didn’t know the microphone attached to his lapel was still on.
The class action lawsuit against the Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre in London, Ont., is arguing for the rights of more than 9,000 inmates who allege a pattern of “cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment.”
Cutting off ties would carry great risks for the Palestinians. It could antagonize an administration they already suspect is biased toward Israel and cut put millions of dollars of critical U.S. aid in jeopardy.
The submarine ARA San Juan, with 44 crew members, had participated in naval exercises off southern Argentina before departing Monday from the city of Ushuaia for a naval base in Mar de Plata. It hasn’t been heard from since Wednesday.
The U.S.-based Human Rights Watch said late Thursday that Trudeau’s decision to speak publicly about his comments — the only one during the summit — to President Rodrigo Duterte was “deliberate, strategic and principled.”
Rival U.S. and Russian resolutions to extend the mandate of experts trying to determine who was responsible for chemical attacks in Syria were defeated Thursday at a heated Security Council meeting that reflected the deteriorating…
Crown prosecutors along with lawyers for former McGuinty chief of staff David Livingston and deputy Laura Miller will make their final arguments in the criminal case before Justice Timothy Lipson begins his deliberations.
An odd point for murder defendant Dellen Millard to elicit from the witness — the economy of buying a 250 pound capacity carcass incinerator over a 500 pound capacity model, when the latter cost just some $2,000 more.
Jacqueline Au used to flip through fashion magazines and design clothes for her dolls when she was a child. It eventually led her to study fashion at Ryerson University so she could pursue her dream to become a designer.