The trial of an RCMP officer charged with perjury for his testimony at the public inquiry into the Robert Dziekanski case is hearing from witnesses who saw the Polish immigrant's fatal confrontation with police at Vancouver's airport.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz says Canadian consumers did their part for the economy by borrowing the country through the worst recession since the Great Depression and now it is the turn of businesses to start spending.
Senior managers agreed that intervening every time a teen inmate tied a ligature around her neck was unnecessary because she was not always in immediate danger, an inquest into her death heard Wednesday.
A campaign that raised $200,000 to purchase an alleged video appearing to show Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack was a "beautiful example" of the fundraising power of the Internet, says the website that hosted the controversial crusade.
Half of Canada's First Nations children are living in poverty, triple the national average, according to a new analysis of census statistics that pegs the cost of easing the problem at $580-million a year.
The Toronto Port Authority reported record net income of $19.7 million in 2012, up from $13.9 million the previous year, with the Billy Bishop City Airport division seeing the largest year-over-year increase.
A woman accused of throwing a drink at Mayor Rob Ford while he mingled with residents at the Taste of Little Italy over the weekend will “vigorously defend the charges against her,” according to a statement from her lawyer.