Ontario's third-largest grocery chain will accelerate its study of automation as it looks to cut costs to offset the provincial government's plan to raise the minimum wage next year, the CEO of Metro Inc. said Tuesday.
The organizer of a planned "nationalist rally" that has prompted widespread condemnation in the wake of violent clashes between white supremacists and counter-protestors in Virginia says he still plans go ahead with the event.
A renewal of Saskatchewan's governing party envisioned by outgoing Premier Brad Wall showed early signs Tuesday when a rookie cabinet minister jumped into the leadership contest and a veteran announced his retirement.
A woman facing 21 charges including terror offences in relation to a bizarre golf club and knife assault inside a Scarborough Canadian Tire in June has refused to leave her jail cell to attend court for a second time.
Lawyers representing workers at Sears Canada and the company have reached a deal to create a hardship fund for former employees who were denied severance payments when they lost their jobs at the retailer.
Two Toronto police officers who were caught on dash camera video mocking a young woman with Down syndrome during a traffic stop in Etobicoke last year appeared before a police tribunal at Toronto police headquarters this morning.