MacKay faces backlash over now-deleted tweet that critics say promoted vigilantism

Conservative leadership hopeful Peter MacKay is facing blowback after posting — then deleting — a tweet that expressed support for

Telus would cut 5K jobs and $1B in spending if CRTC approves virtual wireless network operators

The CEO of Telus Corp. says it could cut about $1 billion of spending and 5,000 jobs over the next

Artifacts recovered from HMS Erebus offer tantalizing links to sailors on doomed Franklin Expedition

A toothbrush. Human hairs caught in the bristles of a hairbrush. A fingerprint preserved in sealing wax. Underwater archeologists from

Rail conductor fired for social media posts awarded compensation

An arbitrator says a former Canadian Pacific train conductor who was fired over social media posts is entitled to monetary

Trump associate Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in prison after roller-coaster trial

Calling the president’s frequent tweets about the case “entirely inappropriate,” a federal judge sentenced Donald Trump ally Roger Stone to

Saskatchewan, B.C. win tiebreakers to advance to Scotties championship round

Host Saskatchewan is moving on to the championship round at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Robyn Silvernagle secured the final

Top European team president indicted in FIFA bribery case

The president of the Paris Saint-Germain soccer club was indicted Thursday as part of a five-year bribery and corruption investigation

Denis Shapovalov advances to quarter-finals in Marseille

Canada’s Denis Shapovalov ended a four-match losing streak with a 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 win over Croatia’s Marin Cilic in the

Andre De Grasse fine-tuning all aspects of his race in pursuit of Olympic gold

After Andre De Grasse won bronze in the 100 metres at the 2016 Olympics, gold medallist Usain Bolt offered the

Leader of 2010 Vancouver Olympics wants city to bid for 2030 Games

While Vancouver celebrates the 10th anniversary of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, the man who co-led the bid

Canadian with COVID-19 describes life under quarantine at Japanese hospital

A Canadian who contracted coronavirus aboard a quarantined cruise ship before being moved to a Japanese hospital said he’s being

Neanderthals had funerals with flowers, study suggests

A Neanderthal skeleton unearthed in an Iraqi cave already famous for fossils of these extinct cousins of our species is