MONTREAL - Several thousand people took to the streets of Montreal on Friday to protest what they call austerity measures imposed by the provincial government.

The demonstration began outside Premier

YELLOWKNIFE - RCMP suspect a missing Japanese tourist may be trekking in the wilderness north of Yellowknife.

Atsumi (at-SOO'-mee) Yoshikubo (yosh-EE'-koo-boh) was last spotted nine days ago walking

OTTAWA - The political race is on to frame the government's marquee income-splitting plan as either a financial boon to Canadian families with children or a "retrograde" measure skewed towards men and

WINNIPEG - A Manitoba judge has reserved a procedural decision involving autopsies on the bodies of six infants found in a Winnipeg storage locker.

The lawyer for Andrea Giesbrecht (GEEZ'-brehkt), wh

OTTAWA - Here is a look at some of the election-related scandals that have swirled around the Conservative party in recent years.

In and Out: During the 2006 election campaign, the Conservatives move

OTTAWA - The ruling Conservatives' fundraising advantage is steadily eroding the closer they get to next year's federal election.

Financial reports for the third quarter of 2014 show the Conservative

OTTAWA - The Royal Canadian Legion says a New Brunswick woman whose son died of wounds suffered in Afghanistan will be this year's Silver Cross mother at the national Remembrance Day ceremony.


HALIFAX - The Halifax Chronicle Herald issued layoff notices to 20 unionized newspaper employees today in a bid to cut costs.

Herald CEO Mark Lever says the move was made because of declining adverti