- Report: Schools for Canada First Nations 'cultural genocide' Updated: Jun-02-15 6:20 pm
TORONTO - A long-awaited report released Tuesday into Canada's decades-long government policy requiring Canadian First Nation children to attend state-funded church schools called it "nothing less than cultural genocide."
- Top Canadian minister to announces he's leaving politics Updated: May-29-15 5:11 pm
TORONTO - Another prominent member of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government will not seek re-election in Parliament in October.
- Planned US-Canada bridge to be named after Gordie Howe Updated: May-14-15 4:48 pm
DETROIT - A planned $2.1 billion bridge connecting Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, will be named after hockey great Gordie Howe.
- Ex-Gitmo inmate Omar Khadr asks Canada for a fresh start Updated: May-08-15 1:51 pm
TORONTO - A former Guantanamo Bay inmate, free for the first time since he was captured in Afghanistan when he was 15, asked Canadians for a second chance after spending 13 years in prison including a decade at Guantanamo.
- Canada's Conservatives worried after Alberta election Updated: May-06-15 11:20 pm
TORONTO - A meeting of Canada's federal Conservative party was described as being like a "morgue" on Wednesday, a day after Alberta, Canada's most conservative province, elected a left-of-center provincial government, ending a 44-year-old conservative party dynasty.