The city has unveiled the design for two new pedestrian bridges that will traverse a pair of rail tracks in the west end, connecting Stanley Park with the Fort York historic grounds and the nearby waterfront.
Former hospital clerk Shaida Bandali has been sentenced to two years' probation, 300 hours of community service and $45,000 in penalties for handing over the personal information of new mothers to investment dealers peddling education savings plans.
The University of British Columbia seems more concerned with handling a public relations crisis than taking meaningful action to help women feel safe after multiple allegations of sexual assault, says a complainant.
The stench of collusion and corruption that permeated Quebec's construction industry and spread to bureaucrats, political parties and organized crime was far more rife than originally thought, says the judge who headed the Charbonneau Commission.
A Conservative member of the legislature lauded as "a big man with a giant heart" was killed Monday after stopping on an icy central Alberta highway to help a motorist whose car had flipped in a median.