HALIFAX — Assembling the Lego-like blocks of Canada's first Arctic offshore patrol ship on time and within budget is proving to be a "significant challenge" for the Irving Shipyard, though its top executive says a promised deadline will be met.
TORONTO — A mentally ill man finally deported to Jamaica on Wednesday deserves compensation because his five years in immigration detention was inhumane, illegal and violated his rights, his lawyer told an Ontario court.
GATINEAU, Que. — The big four TV service providers are defending how they rolled out new, trimmed-down TV packages earlier this year, denying in hearings Wednesday that they were being "paternalistic" with customers by placing restrictions on the cheapest of their offerings.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Former NHLer Terry Ryan laughed through tears Wednesday, recalling how playing ball hockey with fishermen now lost off Newfoundland made him feel like the superstar he might have been.