TORONTO - Ontario Premier Doug Ford took time out of his work days to film taxpayer-funded videos that have been criticized as partisan propaganda on at least 100 occasions during his first year in power.
VANCOUVER - High log prices and dwindling timber supply are driving the crisis in British Columbia's forestry industry that has devastated communities and kneecapped the provincial economy, observers say.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - A teenage boy is dead and five other people are in hospital after gunfire erupted Saturday evening in a residential area of Mississauga, Ont., just west of Toronto.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Police in Mississauga, Ont., were looking for multiple suspects after a Saturday night shooting in the city west of Toronto left one person dead and five others wounded.
Two University of Victoria students died and more than a dozen other people were injured Friday after a bus on its way to a marine research centre rolled over on a narrow gravel road on Vancouver Island.
An RCMP intelligence official charged with breaching Canada's secrets law seemed to be an "exemplar of discretion," a professor who once worked with him said Saturday.
KINGSTON, Ont. - Ontario's police watchdog has named a 22-year-old man who died after being shot by a police officer in Kingston on Thursday.
LONDON, Ont. - Police say they're investigating a homicide after officers responded to a disturbance at an apartment in London, Ont.
EDMONTON - Alberta's United Conservative government plans to eliminate its stand-alone offices for climate change policy and environmental monitoring, a move some say will damage the province's standing and its ability to make science-based plans.
OTTAWA - The federal party leaders have spent the first days of the election campaign talking policy, as they'd like, and dismissing and defending candidates over old social-media posts, which they'd rather not.
OTTAWA - A list of candidates forced to step down, or resigned since the start of the campaign on Sept. 11, which doesn't include, for instance, the Liberal decision to oust candidate Hassan Guillet (Saint Leonard—Saint-Michel) in late August over alleged anti-Semitic social-media posts.
OTTAWA - Cameron Jay Ortis, a senior RCMP intelligence official, made a brief court appearance Friday on charges of breaching Canada's secrets law.
TORONTO - A former high-ranking provincial police officer is suing the Ontario government for wrongful dismissal, alleging he was fired for speaking out against attempts to hire a friend of Premier Doug Ford's family as the province's top cop.
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. - A police force in southern Alberta is defending two officers who killed a severely injured deer with a knife to end its suffering.
TORONTO - Ontario's budget deficit now stands at $7.4 billion, nearly half of the $15 billion Premier Doug Ford claimed he inherited last year from the previous Liberal government — a figure critics have said was vastly inflated.
TORONTO - A dental hygienist branded as a sexual abuser and stripped of his licence because he treated his wife has lost his bid to have the punishment overturned.
THUNDER BAY, Ont. - Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., say a teen is facing a dangerous driving charge based in part on social media footage he shot of himself speeding at the time of a two-vehicle crash.
HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's Labour minister says work will begin this weekend to remove a huge construction crane that collapsed in Halifax during Hurricane Dorian.
HAMILTON - The police chief in Hamilton has apologized to the LGBTQ community for comments he made on the radio that caused an uproar with the city's gay population.
OSHAWA, Ont. - Police say a man has been arrested after two underage girls were allegedly sexually assaulted decades ago in Oshawa, Ont.
TORONTO - Ontario Cannabis Retail Corp. lost $42 million in the latest fiscal year, according to newly released public documents.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - A provincial cabinet minister in Newfoundland and Labrador has resigned for making comments in a voicemail message deemed racist by one of the province's largest Indigenous groups.
KINGSTON, Ont. - The province's police watchdog says it is investigating the death of a 22-year-old man who was shot by an officer in Kingston, Ont.
OTTAWA - An absent Justin Trudeau was the primary target for opposition leaders Thursday during the first debate of the federal election campaign but his rivals managed to bloody one another as well.
CALGARY - The Calgary Zoo's newest king penguin chick is already growing strong thanks to lots of parenting from a pair of male king penguins.
VANCOUVER - Finance Minister Carole James is giving some credit to the speculation and vacancy tax for lowering home prices and easing rental vacancies in British Columbia.
MONTREAL - The Quebec Court of Appeal has ruled against turban-wearing Sikh truck drivers who sought an exemption from putting on the helmet required by their employers.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - A moose that may have had a yearning for learning smashed its way into the Peace River North School District office in Fort St. John, B.C.
The Northwest Territories is facing a lawsuit over a stolen laptop containing medical files that could include information on every resident in the territory.
MONTREAL - Armed with a court judgment that potentially expands access to medical aid in dying across the country, one of the Quebecers who led the legal fight described it Thursday as a win for those struggling with incurable, debilitating diseases.
LANGLEY, B.C. - British Columbia's anti-gang agency says a man who was gunned down in Langley, B.C., on Tuesday was the brother of a man convicted in the province's largest gang-related mass murder.
KELOWNA, B.C. - A provincial court judge has served up a searing decision to a driver in Kelowna, B.C., who was spotted eating with chopsticks in one hand and a bowl of spinach in the other.
HALIFAX - Closer inspections of the ripening apple crop in Nova Scotia's fertile Annapolis Valley have revealed the damage caused by post-tropical storm Dorian was worse than first thought.
HALIFAX - A Halifax man will receive interim compensation from the federal and provincial governments after spending almost 17 years in prison as the result of a wrongful conviction in the murder of his former girlfriend.
PORT MOODY, B.C. - A sexual assault case involving the mayor of Port Moody, B.C., will return to court on Nov. 13, but the politician's lawyer says "alternative measures" are being pursued that could see it resolved outside court.
SASKATOON - Newly published research is providing more compelling evidence that a common insecticide is harming migratory birds.
TORONTO - The threat of an attack on police headquarters in Toronto justifies the security screening of everyone entering the building, including people attending police service board meetings, Ontario's top court ruled on Thursday.
OTTAWA - An advocacy group representing print and digital news media in Canada is criticizing plans by Canada Post to expand its commercial flyer distribution service.
MONTREAL - Twenty-two Quebec schoolchildren were treated after one of them unleashed a can of bear spray found in the schoolyard.
Toronto police say they are expanding a pilot project that saw dozens of officers engaging with community members and local organizations.