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Michael Ignatieff says there’s no turning back on his decision to try to topple the Harper government this fall, and it’s now up to the other parties to decide what they want to do.
The former Ontario cabinet minister criminally charged in the death of a bicycle courier says he’s innocent of the accusations against him.
The girlfriend of a Toronto bicycle courier killed in an incident that has seen charges laid against a former Ontario cabinet minister says the cyclist was drinking the night he died.
A 19-year-old woman has been charged with attempted murder after a 14-month-old baby was beaten in a Winnipeg street.
Canadians aren’t clamouring en masse for swine flu vaccine, a new poll suggests.
THUNDER BAY, Ont. — The Terry Fox Memorial is now the site of one of three plaques commemorating the Marathon of Hope.
WINNIPEG — A young man who interrupted a brutal attack on a baby says he’ll never forget the sight of the child being beaten in the street.
Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff has set the stage for a fall election, warning Prime Minister Stephen Harper: “Your time is up.”
Former high-profile Ontario cabinet minister Michael Bryant has been charged with criminal negligence causing death and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death after a cyclist was killed in an apparent altercation, police said Tuesday.
SUDBURY — Michael Ignatieff says the Harper government is on “life support” — and he sounds like he may be ready to pull the plug.
MEADOW LAKE, Sask. — Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says there are no rats in his home, but feel free to “insert all the politician rat jokes here.” “I’ve been hearing quite a few of them,” says Wall.
TORONTO — A sweeping review has been ordered to root out any spending abuses at Ontario government agencies following revelations of questionable expenses at the province’s troubled lottery and gaming corporation.
Dakota Hunter had turned 17 only two days before his bloody, beaten body was found by the side of a road on a northern Manitoba reserve.
Manitoba Premier Gary Doer is set to be Canada’s next ambassador to Washington after Prime Minister Stephen Harper reached across party lines and tabbed the New Democrat for the country’s most important diplomatic post.
A Toronto law firm is moving forward with a proposed class-action lawsuit against the makers of two major brands of sunscreen in Canada, alleging they deceived customers about the strength of their products.
At a time of year that typically marks the end of British Columbia’s fire season, hot and dry conditions in large parts of the province are making the fire risk as precarious as ever.
Michael Ignatieff seems destined to emerge from a Liberal caucus retreat this week feeling something like a pushmi-pullyu.
Weeks before Stephen Harper named some of his closest Tory friends to the Senate, his cabinet quietly approved a flood of appointments to federal boards that also rewarded party faithful.
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The RCMP have finished their search of two sites in northern British Columbia for the remains of 25-year-old tree-planter Nicole Hoar — but they wouldn’t say what, if anything, they had found.
OTTAWA — Michael Ignatieff seems destined to emerge from a Liberal caucus retreat this week feeling something like a pushmi-pullyu.