Wall Street financier Anthony Scaramucci was introduced as White House communications director on Friday, with the announcement coming as Sean Spicer will be stepping down from his role, just six months into an eventful and sometimes adversarial tenure as press secretary.
Ontario Provincial Police have charged Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs, his wife and another woman with extortion.
RCMP have issued an arrest warrant for the Calgary man who claimed his neck was sliced by barbed wire on a popular mountain biking trail west of the city and then asked for donations online.
Transgender inmate Fallon Aubee is making history as Canada's first federal inmate to be placed in a prison based on gender identity rather than physical anatomy.
Two Quebec employees with the Montreal-based equestrian multimedia show Cavalia have been imprisoned in China for allegedly smoking marijuana and are facing deportation, Radio-Canada has learned.
Kenny Shields, lead singer of classic Canadian rock band Streetheart, has died at age 69 in a Winnipeg hospital.
Dozens of Sears stores slated for closure begin liquidation sales Friday, but bargain hunters would be wise to temper their expectations, say industry experts.
The lawyer of a woman who has filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario says her client was being discriminated against when she was told that she could not swim without a top.
Four-year-old Jake Amarualik, who is being treated for leukemia in Ottawa, made 'one of the most heartwarming wishes ever.'
Days after a Toronto police officer was charged, Ontario’s police watchdog has arrested and charged another man in connection with the serious beating of a teenager last December.
Shipping giant FedEx is set to close office retail stores in Canada putting 214 employees in three provinces out of work
The Canadian Judicial Council has dismissed complaints against federal judges who attended sponsored cocktail events at an international tax conference in Europe.
Nearly seven months to the day his family learned Soleiman Faqiri died inside a small Ontario prison cell, a coroner's report has been released listing a litany of injuries the 30-year-old suffered in the final minutes of his life.
U.S. officials say the Trump administration will ban American citizens from travelling to North Korea following the death of university student Otto Warmbier, who was returned to the U.S. in a coma after spending time in a North Korean prison.
As the wrongful death case against Omar Khadr winds its way through the Ontario courts, his legal battle in the U.S. to quash his war crime convictions remains on hold, pending the outcome of a case involving a former propagandist for Osama bin Laden.