OTTAWA — Politics, like hockey, has its unwritten rules — and on Friday, Justin Trudeau broke one of them, daring to suggest the country should jump on the bandwagon of the only Canadian team left in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shrugged off calls Friday for a decision on whether to send troops to Mali, saying his government will take the "appropriate" time needed to decide on a peacekeeping mission.
MONTREAL — The situation in flood-stricken Quebec appeared to improve slightly on Friday as the provincial government reported a drop in water levels in some areas and downgraded a forecast for weekend rain.
VANCOUVER — As many in the Central Okanagan brace for imminent flooding from rising rivers and creeks, emergency officials are warning of a longer term threat for residents living near the shores of Okanagan Lake.
HALIFAX — For a second consecutive day, Nova Scotia's Liberals were only too happy Friday to take swipes at a Progressive Conservative platform they say is short on costing and poses questions around how the Tories will balance the books.