OTTAWA — Basil Borutski had nothing to say for himself Monday as the former millwright, accused of killing three women in the Ottawa Valley in 2015, refused to enter a plea at the start of his murder trial.
ROME — The Vatican's secretary of state is headlining an international conference on protecting children from online sexual abuse and exploitation, weeks after he recalled one of his diplomats who was caught up in a U.S.-Canadian investigation into child porn.
OTTAWA — The Liberals are finally overhauling a program that provides loans to refugees to cover the cost of their resettlement to Canada, but they're stopping short of demands the system be scrapped entirely.
OTTAWA — The national housing agency is exploring ways to make it easier for entrepreneurs and new immigrants to buy a home by cutting some of the red tape required to prove they can afford to pay the mortgage.
TORONTO — University of Toronto researchers are launching an app today designed to collect transit data that can be used by the provincial and local governments as they make transit planning and funding decisions.