OTTAWA — The Trudeau government may not be winning friends among Canada's premiers as they try to wring more health-care funding out of Ottawa, but its hard line seems to be garnering support from an unlikely ally.
TORONTO — Ontario's lengthy dispute with its doctors escalated Wednesday as the province's medical association dismissed as "unreasonable" a government proposal that would see fee cuts for high-billing specialists and more money for family physicians.
OAK BAY, B.C. — Residents of a picturesque community on Vancouver Island have had enough of deer munching on their prized gardens, so a group is looking at whether birth control might help rein in the population.
PICTOU, N.S. — A former Nova Scotia teacher with bipolar disorder who sexually abused one teenage male student and sent sexually explicit texts to another has been sentenced to 15 months of house arrest by a judge who said the mandatory minimum of one year in jail was too harsh.
RICHMOND, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board issued recommendations to the Transport Department on Wednesday aimed at the commercial fishing industry after the capsizing in September 2015 of a vessel off Vancouver Island. Here are the board's main recommendations:
BATHURST, N.B. — Two police officers charged in the fatal shooting of a New Brunswick businessman they mistakenly thought was involved in the drug trade won't find out until next year whether their case will go to trial.