Crude hasn’t closed above that mark since last July
UNB was told it must reinstate its women’s varsity hockey team, but the university might not have the funds
David Livingston and Laura Miller, who were McGuinty’s chief of staff and deputy chief of staff, deny the charges
New think tank called Future Leaders of the CPC set up to connect young Tories to the current MPs
In the news today: The PM at the G7, bears in the Fort, Lawren Harris at auction
Rear Admiral Gilles Couturier says he’s on a mission to offer support and comfort to victims of abuse
Tait was known for carving totems, but the self-taught artist’s work also includes masks, jewelry and photos
Also says government withheld documents from people seeking redress for alleged abuse
Const. James Forcillo was found guilty of attempted murder in Sammy Yatim’s death in July 2013.
The bank—the first of the big four to provide second-quarter results—will cut four per cent from its 46,166 full-time equivalent employees
Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries: ‘It’s our responsibility to follow the rules, it’s very simple’
An additional $104.5 million a year will kick in for the First Nations Health Action Plan after three years
What to expect from the Conservative Party’s first meeting since the party lost government in October
Bank of Canada suggests the Fort McMurray fire will cut 1.25 percentage points off real GDP growth in the second quarter.
Newly secured funding relief from Ottawa helps replace deeply unpopular levy in last month’s budget