The Manitoba Metis Federation says the Path to Reconciliation Act is a "game changer" that could push the province to reinstate a funding cut to its health department, court heard on Wednesday.
Homicide detectives were called after a man who was assaulted in north Edmonton earlier this week died from his injuries.
The owner of a Lethbridge Burger King is “categorically denying” anyone ever slept or lived at his restaurant after Alberta Health Services found evidence that foreign workers had been living or sleeping on the premises.
Two-time champion John Higgins is given a scare by fellow Scot Anthony McGill before booking his place in the Masters quarter-finals with a 6-4 win.
Australian Conservatives senator Cory Bernardi says artists asking to be removed from his party's "alternative to the Hottest 100" playlist should be thankful for the royalties.
Sen. Durbin told the co-hosts he can't forget what the president said.
A teenager was shot and killed during what appeared to be a scuffle during a juvenile court hearing in Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday afternoon.
Britain says it will send three Royal Air Force helicopters to join France's military mission against Islamist militants in Africa's Sahel region as part of closer U.K.-French intelligence and military cooperation
Queensland Federal Coalition MPs are hopeful their shortlisted proposal for a fast rail project between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast will receive federal funding
Jan 17 (Reuters) - Avaya Holdings Corp shares started trading on Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange, the first time the enterprise telecommunications provider has been public in more than a decade.
* AMBICOM'S CEO RESPONDS TO SEC ORDER OF SUSPENSION OF TRADING