Liberal MNA Guy Ouellette was under police surveillance prior to arrest, documents show
Guy Ouellette, MNA for Chomedey and a former high-profile police officer, was under police surveillance before he was suddenly arrested last fall, court documents obtained by Radio-Canada show.
Members of far-right Storm Alliance attend Trudeau's town hall in Quebec City
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau swings into Quebec City for the second leg of his cross-country town hall tour, fielding questions on the state of Canada's immigration system and how to combat racism as members of a far-right group look on.
Staff-to-resident abuse in long-term care homes up 148% from 2011
A year-long CBC Marketplace investigation reveals there were 2,198 reported incidents of staff-on-resident abuse in 2016. This means an average of six seniors were abused by their caregiver at a long-term care home every day.
Judge weighs appeal from nurse penalized after Facebook post criticizing grandfather's care
Trudeau talks Constitution at Quebec town hall
Flyers honour Eric Lindros by retiring No. 88
Creepy pedestrian tunnel under Macleod Trail set to close
Rachel Notley, Brad Wall exchange jabs on how to lead a province
Keystone XL pipeline has strong commercial support, TransCanada says
'Do you have a car?': Story of Newfoundland kindness finds national audience
CBC Edmonton News January 18, 2018
B.C. Green Party leader promises NDP government will fall if it pursues 'LNG folly'
U.S. House approves government funding bill, throws issue to Senate
Fredericton doctor with 'too many patients' forced to leave city
High school's feminist club prepares for Windsor Women's March
CBC Calgary News January 18, 2018
Mayor willing to add more trains to help ease overcrowding on Line 1
Police release new video showing B.C. teen Marrisa Shen hours before her murder
CBC Northbeat January 18, 2018
Canada's Eric Lamaze wins his 1st equestrian competition of 2018
N.S. fisherman issues chilly challenge to raise money for families of fire victims