Canadians with disabilities felt a surge of tempered optimism on Wednesday as they watched Canada table its first piece of federal legislation aimed at improving accessibility for people with disabilities.
MONTREAL — Progress made in negotiations to modernize NAFTA aren't getting much attention but they will make it easier for companies to conduct trilateral trade, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Wednesday.
Toronto's subway operator has reiterated its long-standing desire to build platform barriers that could prevent deaths such as one this week where a 73-year-old man was killed after allegedly being pushed in front of a moving train.
VICTORIA — Fish farmers in British Columbia have four years to show their open-net operations don't harm wild salmon and to get approval from First Nations to locate them in their territories as part of new rules introduced Wednesday.
LOS ANGELES — A Canadian real estate tycoon's son who wrote a graphic novel that features gruesome killings was convicted in Southern California Wednesday of the torture and mutilation of a live-in girlfriend who had given birth to their child weeks before.