FREDERICTON - New Brunswick's political leaders say they're encountering a lot of confusion among residents and even their own candidates as the result of the province's redesigned electoral boundarie

TORONTO - Is using a smartwatch behind the wheel a ticketable offence under the country's distracted driving laws?

It's up to the police to decide, says Ontario's transportation ministry.

We're not

MONTREAL - A sixth juror has been selected to hear the evidence at the first-degree murder trial of Luka Rocco Magnotta.

The woman picked this morning works in a public-relations firm.

She joins thr

OTTAWA - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has arrived on Parliament Hill where he will address a joint session of the House of Commons and Senate today.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper was on hand

VANCOUVER - A Federal Court judge has overturned a parole board condition that bars Robert Latimer from leaving the country.

Judge Michael Manson says in a ruling released Tuesday that the appeal boa

OTTAWA - In a surprise move, an Ottawa man has pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing explosives with an intent to injure.

The plea means Hiva Mohammad Alizadeh, 34, will not face trial in February

OTTAWA - Though it just got back to business, the House of Commons will take a bit of a break today to welcome the arrival of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, who will address Parliament this aft

MONTREAL - Retired Montreal Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte remains in hospital being treated for an unspecified illness.

Turcotte, who is 78, was the city’s archbishop for 22 years until his retiremen

REGINA - The head of international studies at the University of Regina says Canadians are showing a lot of interest in the results of Thursday's vote on Scottish independence.

Tom McIntosh tells radi

TORONTO - A 65-year-old woman working as a cook in Saskatoon has been deported to her native Pakistan, where her lawyer says her life could be in danger.

Lawyer Bashir Khan says Jamila Bibi was flown