ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland university says the response has been overwhelming after it waived application fees for students from the seven predominantly Muslim countries targeted by a temporary U.S. immigration ban.
TORONTO — The mother of a Canadian man killed fighting Islamic State militants in northern Syria is questioning why her son's body still hasn't been recovered when the remains of a British fighter who died on the same day were on the way to the United Kingdom.
EMERSON, Man. — An increasing number of people seeking asylum are braving the elements of the open prairie to come into Canada from the United States, says the head of one small community that is calling for federal help to deal with the influx.
CALGARY — DNA evidence was found on a hacksaw, meat hooks, rubber boots and in a piece of biological material recovered from the property of a suspect on trial in the deaths of a couple and their grandson, court heard Tuesday.
OTTAWA — The minister responsible for the federal government's troubled payroll system says she's more concerned about paying employees who haven't received what they're owed than she is about recouping money that's been overpaid.