Scheer: Canada’s Food Guide Is ‘Ideologically-Driven,’ Doesn’t Reflect Science

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has vowed to review Canada’s food guide if his party forms government after the

83% Of Federal Election Candidates Since 2004 Faced No Competition To Run: Samara Report

A new report suggests 83 per cent of federal election candidates since 2004 did not need to compete to land

Trudeau Avoids Using ‘Racist’ To Describe Trump’s Latest Racist Rant

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau avoided using the word “racist” to describe xenophobic comments made by Donald Trump Sunday,

Jagmeet Singh ‘Not Concerned’ About NDP Prospects In Battleground Quebec

OTTAWA — The province of Quebec offers the federal New Democrats fertile ground, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said Tuesday, despite

Your Ward News Editor Wants 2nd Chance To Defend Himself For Hate Crimes

TORONTO — The editor of a Toronto-based publication convicted of hate-mongering could get another crack at trying to defend himself in

Chuckwagon Races Have Led To 6 Horse Deaths At Calgary Stampede

CALGARY _ An animal welfare group is renewing its call for cruelty charges following the deaths of six horses at

Transportation Minister Marc Garneau 'Disappointed' With Airlines' Legal Action Against Passenger Rights

MONTREAL — Transport Minister Marc Garneau said he was “surprised” and “disappointed” by legal action from Canadian airlines to quash

Doug Ford’s Government Is ‘Corrupt,’ Majority Of Voters Say In Poll

TORONTO — Fifty-seven per cent of Ontario voters believe Premier Doug Ford’s government is corrupt and 63 per cent say

Here's What Canada Can Learn From Hamilton, Ont.'s Far-Right Problem

Hamilton, Ont. has become fertile ground for right-wing extremists, and city leaders have so far demonstrated themselves to be profoundly

RCMP Erased Evidence Of Other Suspects In Glen Assoun Case

HALIFAX — The RCMP chose not to disclose an investigator’s theories about other suspects to a wrongfully convicted Halifax man