MONTREAL - The City of Montreal's taxi bureau is cracking down on ride-sharing service UberX and has seized 40 vehicles from drivers in recent weeks.

UberX is a car-sharing smartphone app that links

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper has tapped Lt.-Gen. Jonathan Vance to be the new chief of the defence staff, Canada's most senior military commander.

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper's national security adviser says planned new powers for Canada's spy agency seem more frightening than they really are.

Dick Fadden says giving the Canadian Sec

OTTAWA - Bosnian Muslims say they're surprised that the House of Commons did not include the 1995 Srebrenica massacre last week during its acknowledgment of 20th-century genocides.

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OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau is backing up his latest star recruit — newly retired Toronto police chief Bill Blair — with promises that a Liberal government would beef up support for first responders.


WINNIPEG - Police in Winnipeg have removed trash bins from a downtown alley as officers investigate the weekend deaths of two men who spent much of their time on the streets.

A lane near a homeless

OTTAWA - The Senate's top finance official says there were no criteria or definitions of what constituted primary and secondary residences at the time Mike Duffy was making expense claims.

As the fou

MONTREAL - Two Montreal teens who each face four terrorism-related charges will have a bail hearing in early June.

El Mahdi Jamali appeared before a judge in Montreal this morning, while Sabrine Djer

OTTAWA - New documents reveal the Conservative government has booked $13.5 million for an all-out blitz in April and May to advertise its 2015 pre-election budget.

The Canada Revenue Agency is spendi