New draft ethics guidelines for judges caution them about post-bench work

If he could do it all over again, former Supreme Court of Canada justice Ian Binnie says he would not

Rachel Cliff sets new Canadian half-marathon record

Rachel Cliff beat her own personal best to to set the new Canadian half-marathon record. It is also her fourth

‘It’s a milestone, I’m thrilled’: B.C. survivor of conversion therapy applauds federal commitment to ban it

A B.C. man who says he is still recovering from an attempt to change his sexual orientation through a practice

Brad Jacobs wins the National to claim 2nd straight Grand Slam title

Brad Jacobs, Marc Kennedy, E.J. Harnden and Ryan Harnden just weren’t going to be beat this week. In a clinical

Christmas comes early for Canadian women’s side at Cape Town 7s

Christmas came early for Team Canada. A second podium finish in as many weeks. Another strong finish after a mid-tournament

Chinese TV pulls Arsenal game coverage after Mesut Ozil criticizes Beijing’s ethnic Muslim crackdown

Chinese television pulled coverage of Arsenal’s Premier League match against Manchester City after Mesut Ozil, a forward for the London

Justin Kripps golden again at 4-man bobsleigh in Lake Placid

Canada’s Justin Kripps has piloted his sled to the top of the World Cup podium on back-to-back days at the

Martin Fuchs rides Clooney 51 to Rolex Grand Prix win

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Pinturault wins World Cup slalom in France

Alexis Pinturault won his first World Cup slalom in almost six years by a big margin Sunday, after American prospect

Former SNC-Lavalin executive found guilty on Libya corruption charges

A former senior SNC-Lavalin executive was found guilty Sunday of fraud and corruption charges related to the engineering company’s close

Farmers lobby to make rail shipment an essential service, saying delays hurt their image in overseas markets

Alberta’s Wheat and Barley Commissions say the CN strike cost farmers their reputations in an international market. And the groups

Soaring condo insurance rates help push Fort McMurray homeowner into bankruptcy

A woman says she walked away from her Fort McMurray condo after skyrocketing insurance costs became “the final straw” in

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