The Journal Pioneer
Facebook dispute with Canadian privacy watchdogs headed to court as report says company ‘outright rejected’ compliance advice
Firms wanting to bid on warship program — the largest contract in Canadian history — banned from talking to reporters
Vancouver man faces 14 charges following human-trafficking investigation
Ottawa joins growing number of Canadian cities to declare a climate emergency. But what does that mean?
Small plane carrying four crashes in Manitoba; no injuries reported: RCMP
Nine lives: Toronto man walks on tenth-floor ledge to retrieve cat from neighbour's balcony
Canada renews military commitment to Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai
The Canadian government has renewed Operation CALUMET, the Canadian military’s contribution to the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula. The Canadian contribution will continue until March 31, 2022 under the ...
Canadian scientists help unearth 'utterly bizarre' chimera crab fossil
Scientists from the University of Alberta have recovered more than 70 specimens of the chimera crab from the Andes Mountains in Colombia, along with hundreds of other crustaceans like shrimps and lobsters. The chimera crab, as it is called, is a ...
Inquiry for Alberta RCMP officer fatally shot at casino begins
A fatality inquiry into the 2015 deaths of an RCMP officer at a St. Albert casino and the man who shot him began on Wednesday. Const. David Wynn was shot and killed inside a casino in the early morning of Jan. 17, 2015. While investigating a call ...
Ottawa church treasurer found guilty of four-year, $600,000 fraud
The longtime treasurer at Saint Luke Lutheran Church siphoned more than $600,000 of church money into a failing property development scheme in a desperate bid to stave off personal disaster, a court has heard. In a recent ruling, Ontario Court ...
Are spring floods the disturbing new normal?
Two years ago, homeowners in the Ottawa could comfort themselves that record floods were a freak anomaly. Rainfall in the Ottawa River basin that April — all 159 millimetres of it —was the highest it had been in 125 years according to the ...
Activists say new Canadian group supporting China's control of Tibet is a front for Beijing
Amid the dragon dances, toasts and presentation of letters of congratulations, a new Tibetan-Canadian organization had some surprising messages for the audience at its lavish launch party earlier this month. As a member of Ontario’s ...
B.C. SPCA wants to know who left these kittens to die in a Vancouver dumpster
The B.C. SPCA is appealing to the public to help find the person responsible for throwing two newborn kittens into a Vancouver dumpster. On April 19, two one-day-old kittens were stuffed inside a plastic bag and abandoned in a dumpster located ...
Three charged with staging anti-Semitic attack at Winnipeg cafe
What was first believed to be a possible anti-Semitic attack against a Jewish-owned cafe turns out to have been staged by the three owners of the Corydon Avenue restaurant, Winnipeg police say. All three owners were arrested and charged with ...
'The future of transportation': Federal gov't investing $430 million in zero-emission vehicles
To reach the target of only zero-emission vehicles being sold across Canada by 2040, the federal government announced $430 million of investments in the 2019 budget to entice residents to make the switch. Minister of Natural Resources Amarjeet ...
Boyle trial suspended after Coleman challenges ruling allowing questions about her sexual history
The trial of former Afghanistan hostage Joshua Boyle is on hold while his estranged wife, Caitlan Coleman, challenges a ruling that allows defence lawyers to ask some questions about her sexual history. Coleman does not want to face questions ...