The social media giant sells not only demographic data, but also information about how you behave
A 23-year-old Ennis woman is counting the cost of taking on Dunnes Stores over a "nasty" baby finger injury caused by a broken Dolmio pasta sauce jar - and losing.
The Transport Minister admits his road safety legislation could cost people their livelihoods.
Oxfordshire just got fantastical.
Quebec’s director of criminal prosecutions will not pursue criminal charges against the driver of an SUV who struck and killed a cyclist on Mount Royal last year while making an illegal U-turn.
An Ottawa city councillor is going to extraordinary lengths to gain access to information about expropriations and land deals that has been kept secret from the public and most council members.
While policy makers have their visions for health care, health experts across the province say they're hoping for long-term reform of the system — from hospitals to home care to disease prevention — that lasts beyond the next election cycle.
All branches of the Windsor Public Library will be closed Thursday, March 22 for a staff training day. The Central Library will remain open.
An RCMP officer had a close call on the weekend when a vehicle nearly hit him on Winnipeg's Perimeter Highway, police say.
Melina Roberge told an Australian court she was recruited to make the scheme look like a holiday.
Theresa May says Cambridge Analytica and parent company SCL have "no current contracts" with the government.
Theresa May said the government will work with fishing communities to take back control of UK waters and "rebuild" the industry.