HALIFAX — It will be up to Nova Scotia teachers to decide whether they participate in extracurricular activities as they adjust to a contract imposed on them through legislation, Education Minister Karen Casey said Wednesday.
OTTAWA — Gov. Gen. David Johnston found himself talking about Canada's system of private sponsorship for refugees during a trip to Sweden this week, arriving just as the Scandinavian country found itself in the crosshairs of the new American president over immigration.
LA LOCHE, Sask. — Six Saskatchewan cabinet ministers are visiting a remote northern community where staff and students at the high school said they feel like they've been abandoned since a deadly shooting a year ago.
ESQUIMALT, B.C. — The Royal Canadian Navy's only operational submarine on the West Coast is doing training exercises as it readies for operations after undergoing repairs to dozens of problem welds, a spokesman said Wednesday.
IQALUIT, Nunavut — Nunavut's finance minister used his budget speech Wednesday to ask the federal government for more money to fund infrastructure projects that will help the territory pay more of its own bills.
VANCOUVER — British Columbia's approach to treating addiction amounts to "a series of disconnected silos" that in some instances increases the likelihood someone will overdose, says the province's chief medical officer.