SYDNEY, N.S. — A Nova Scotia judge has ruled that a boy who was five years old and weighed 132 pounds when he was taken from his mother will not return to her care, saying living with her was too hazardous to his health.
WINNIPEG — There is a significant risk of flooding in southern Manitoba this spring, although the rising water may only cover some farmland and spare major roads and communities, the provincial government said Monday.
TORONTO — Film, television and digital productions contributed more than $2 billion to Toronto's economy in 2016, Mayor John Tory said Monday as he promised to streamline regulations, helping the city compete with other global destinations.
TORONTO — Canada's money-laundering watchdog says it will review its practices after it was revealed Monday that Manulife Financial Corp. was the unnamed financial institution levied the largest penalty in the federal agency's history.
EDMONTON — Students resumed pilot training at Calgary's Mount Royal University flying school on Monday as an investigator said that determining what caused a plane crash that killed two experienced instructors will be challenging.