OTTAWA - The Liberal party's key proposed amendments to the federal anti-terrorism bill:

— Creation of a national security committee of parliamentarians with up to six MPs and three senators.

— Expi

EDMONTON - An Edmonton lawyer is seeking a court order to prevent Alberta Premier Jim Prentice from calling an early provincial election.

Tom Engel wants a judge to declare that the next vote must be

MONTREAL - Jean-Claude Cardinal Turcotte, the former archbishop of Montreal, has been admitted to palliative care, his successor said Thursday.

Turcotte, 78, was hospitalized last summer, Christian L

YELLOWKNIFE - The federal government is appealing an injunction blocking Ottawa's attempt to centralize control over resource development in the Northwest Territories.

Earlier this month, a judge in

OTTAWA - The Harper government may be headed for another political collision with the Supreme Court of Canada, which is set to rule Friday on the fate of Quebec's gun registry data.

The Conservatives

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundland and Labrador's largest health board says it is investigating an unexpected death of a patient at a mental health hospital in St.


OTTAWA - Manitoba judge and former Conservative cabinet minister Vic Toews' wages were to be seized earlier this year in order to fulfil his lease with an Ottawa-area landlord.

Toews lost an appeal a

This could be the ultimate cat video.

A northern Ontario woman who came upon a wild lynx outside her shop captured the encounter on video and posted it to YouTube, drawing both awe and ridicule from

TORONTO - A Toronto man found guilty of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a young girl in 2011 has been sentenced to seven years in prison.

Ryan Belbin was found guilty in October of breaking and en