TORONTO - Ontario's law society is set to vote today on whether to accredit a British Columbia law school with a controversial policy on homosexuality.

Trinity Western University, which plans to open


PORT HARDY, B.C. - A magnitude 6.7 earthquake has struck off the coast of Port Hardy on northern Vancouver Island.

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OTTAWA - Thousands of Canadians have signed an online petition urging Conservative senators to put the boots to the government's Fair Elections Act.

More than 46,000 people have signed the petition o

EDMONTON - A judge has ruled that an Alberta law dealing with birth certificates violates the rights of transgender people.

The ruling comes a week after Premier Dave Hancock announced changes will b

CALGARY - A Calgary man has been charged with voyeurism and luring a 14-year-old girl through the Internet.

Earlier this month, a 14-year-old girl complained about inappropriate text messages being s

TORONTO - The council that handles complaints against Canada's judges, including one against a Manitoba justice photographed in the nude, has taken its fight against judicial scrutiny of its own condu

OTTAWA - Both federal opposition parties are demanding to know where the country's CF-18s are headed in eastern Europe and what they'll be doing as tension rises throughout the region.

Russia threate

WINNIPEG - Criminal charges have been recommended following a peewee hockey brawl in Winnipeg, but police say they haven't decided if there will be any arrests.


OTTAWA - Canada will send up to 500 people to monitor Ukraine's presidential election next month, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday.

The Canadian delegation is to include up to 338 people