WASHINGTON — Donald Trump's new point man on trade negotiations has shed some light on key goals in revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement, hinting Friday that priority No. 1 involves more automobile parts sourced close to home.
HALIFAX — At first glance, Canada's sexual assault law appears to offer judges clear guidance on how to decide whether an alleged victim of sexual assault, under the influence of drugs or alcohol, could be capable of granting consent to sexual activity.
HOPE, B.C. — A truck driver trapped for more than two days in an overturned rig on the side of a British Columbia highway is in hospital after what one emergency worker is describing as the longest rescue operation his organization has ever been involved in.
OTTAWA — When Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould turned to the provinces to help make the constitutional case against a bill on genetic testing, it is unlikely Ontario legislator Mike Colle was the one she hoped would view it as a call to action.