TORONTO — A police watchdog has found that provincial officers were not racially profiling when they asked more than 100 migrant workers of colour to provide DNA samples following a sexual assault in an Ontario farming community.
MONTREAL — A Canadian-Iranian journalist who suffered the same plight as a Montreal academic currently jailed in Iran has some advice for her supporters and the federal government: speak out early and often.
REGINA — Hopes were high Tuesday evening that sandbagging efforts had at least partially paid off in an east-central Saskatchewan town that had braced for a flash flood after a road holding back water gave way.
OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is telling Ottawa there's no more time to "dither" on pipeline approvals, but an internal federal analysis may indicate why the Liberals are content to consult widely before making a decision.
VANCOUVER — Premier Christy Clark's dreams of a booming liquefied natural gas industry in British Columbia have been dealt another blow after a Shell-backed venture delayed a final investment decision indefinitely.