It’s time for us to have a Canadian news leader we can be proud of. Trusted journalists like David Akin and Brian Lilley will break news and drive the agenda. Minute by minute. Hour by hour. Fast, factual investigative news for all Canadians.
Canada must expand the national security czar's role so she can knock heads at CSIS and the RCMP and force them to work together, former Supreme Court justice John Major says in his report into the 1985 Air India bombing that killed 329 people.
Calgary police are apologizing to an elderly couple whose son says they were confronted by a rude officer and given an unwarranted tongue-lashing in front of witnesses, threatening to fine them for putting up garage sale signs.
About 200 kilometres from where world leaders will soon gather, two London political activists spent the night in city police cells over posters inviting people to Toronto to protest the G8 and G20 summits.
After using a four-letter word to describe the quality of some Canadian-made films and TV shows, Culture and Community Spirit Minister Lindsay Blackett said more has to be done to make them better.
City Hall's "enfant terrible" -- mayoral candidate Rob Ford -- insists he only was trying to help someone in trouble when he offered to try to find an HIV-positive man some OxyContin on the street.
The Cornwall Public Inquiry, a five-year look at the allegations of child sexual abuse and rumours of a pedophile ring in Cornwall, Ont., came with a $50-million price tag.
Home renovators will be nailed with higher costs once the HST is in place, Conservative MPP Lisa MacLeod warned in London Wednesday.
Six years after its arrival in Winnipeg, a bronze sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi has found its permanent home.
If Tiffany Gayle were still alive she'd be writing her high school exams this week.
A Simcoe family's travel to an island paradise has transformed into the holiday from hell.
Karla Homolka can apply for — but will be denied — a pardon this summer because of frantic last-minute negotiations by all four federal parties to block her application.
Twelve years for being an accomplice in the shooting deaths of four Mounties is a "savage, vengeful sentence," says a lawyer.
Quebecor Media Inc. and Sun Media Corporation are pleased to announce the appointment of David Akin as Sun Media National Bureau Chief in Ottawa, and Brian Lilley as a Senior Correspondent.