Pregnant women from New Brunswick are travelling to Maine and Montreal to obtain abortions after the province's only private abortion clinic shut down last summer, angering pro-choice advocates who say the government is moving too slowly in removing barriers to the service.
The United Nations is calling on world leaders to take action on the environment following the release of a sweeping report that suggests climate change is happening -- and it could have dire effects on future generations. 15
An Ottawa man facing extradition to France in a terrorism case says the Supreme Court of Canada should hear his appeal due to crucial questions about the use of untested intelligence in a criminal prosecution.
A Pittsburgh newspaper was left scrambling to explain on Sunday why a profile of former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi was reprinted in an advertising supplement without mentioning the abuse allegations that led to his termination.
Police are investigating multiple incidents at a massive student Halloween party in Quebec, where three sexual assaults were reported and 12 young partygoers were taken to hospital with drug or alcohol-related illnesses. 1
A senior member of the opposition to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime says Canada's time, effort and money would be better spent training ground forces to retake territory from the Islamic State in both Iraq and Syria, rather than on a bombing campaign. 23
Friends, family, fellow officers and political leaders paid their last respects to Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent on Saturday, honouring the soldier who was killed in the first of two violent attacks last month against Canadian Forces members. 25 13