VICTORIA - The British Columbia government introduced a 10-point plan Thursday to protect youth from the health risks of vaping that includes cutting nicotine content in vapour pods, restricting flavours aimed at young people, increasing taxes on products and supporting youth-led anti-vaping…
TORONTO - A teen boy still cannot address being sexually assaulted by his football teammates in the locker room at a prestigious all-boys Catholic high school last year, a youth court heard Thursday.
TORONTO - Ontario's top court has affirmed the now-ceded policing powers of the province's animal welfare agency, striking down a lower court's ruling that called into question the constitutionality of private law enforcement.
LAVAL, Que. - Police in Quebec confirmed Thursday that a criminal investigation was underway after an 84-year-old man died in hospital following an operating room incident.
EDMONTON - The Transportation Safety Board says a design problem that has remained unaddressed for decades in a popular small airplane contributed to three deaths in a crash in the Northwest Territories.
FREDERICTON - Citing significant financial losses and overly restrictive federal regulations, the New Brunswick government is looking for a private operator take over its distribution and sales of recreational cannabis.
OTTAWA - The commission overseeing leaders' debates during the federal election campaign left media outlets "in the dark" about the criteria for obtaining accreditation to cover the event, a judge says.
VANCOUVER - A British Columbia Indigenous leader and outspoken advocate for children is facing sex-related charges dating back more than 40 years.
IQALUIT, Nunavut - The Nunavut government is slowly returning to normal nearly two weeks after its computer systems were paralyzed by a cyber attack.
HALIFAX - A survey estimates more than 1.8 million pieces of garbage are strewn over the bottom of the Bay of Fundy, prompting concerns about potential harm to marine life.
HALIFAX - The fatality inquiry into the deaths of former Canadian soldier Lionel Desmond and his family will begin hearing evidence in Guysborough, N.S., on Monday.
OTTAWA - NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he believes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's only options to pass legislation in a minority Parliament are to work with his New Democrats or the Conservatives, dismissing the idea the Liberals could work with the Bloc Quebecois because the Bloc isn't con…
WASHINGTON - The most powerful Democrat in the United States Congress says she believes lawmakers on Capitol Hill could vote on the new North American free-trade agreement before the end of the year.
QUEBEC - After a difficult few weeks that saw him forced to publicly apologize for his ill-fated immigration reforms, Quebec's immigration minister has had documents stolen from his government vehicle.
OTTAWA - Parliament's budget watchdog warns that rougher economic waters will mean a deeper federal deficit, with no certainty on how much deeper.
OTTAWA - A Quebec naturopath is not guilty of manslaughter or criminal negligence in the death of a patient, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
TORONTO - A Toronto father alleges in a lawsuit filed against Havergal College that the prestigious girls private school expelled his seven-year-old daughter because he complained that she was bullied, while the school claims his own inappropriate behaviour is the cause of her expulsion.
OTTAWA - A baby born in Canada today will never know a time in which his or her health isn't at risk from a warming planet, an annual look at climate change and human health reported Wednesday.
OTTAWA - The last group of former Liberal senators in Parliament's upper chamber are rebranding themselves as the Progressive Senate Group.
OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada has declined to hear arguments from a pro-gun lobby group aimed at scrapping Quebec's firearms registry.
OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada will not interfere with an appeal court's decision to order a new trial for a man convicted of manslaughter.
In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 14.
OTTAWA - Canada's promise to produce an inventory of its fossil fuel subsidies as part of a joint peer review with Argentina appears to be off schedule and may not deliver results until 2021, an environmental advocate says.
An Ontario court has ruled that a divorce granted in Syria to a couple who had not lived there in two decades will not be recognized in the province, in part because divorce proceedings in that country are unfair to women.
CALGARY - The possible transfer of hundreds of sour gas wells, pipelines and other facilities from an energy giant to a much smaller company has raised concerns about Alberta's efforts to ensure taxpayers don't get stuck with the cleanup bill.
OTTAWA - A new report says some of the more than one million Canadian workers who could lose their jobs to machines could fill growing gaps in the nation's health-care system with the right training now.
HALIFAX - Former U.S. president Barack Obama made a point of highlighting his admiration for Justin Trudeau on Wednesday, saying the prime minister's approach to politics is close to his own.
CALGARY - Ideas that could give Alberta more independence from the federal government are getting a tepid reception from one of the province's big-city mayors and a chamber of commerce boss.
REGINA - Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says all options are on the table when it comes to expanding his province's autonomy, except for separation.
QUEBEC - The new head of Quebec's anti-corruption squad is seeking to assure the public he can restore trust in his embattled institution following years of criticism and problems that have marred the reputation of the once-respected police unit.
SASKATOON - The discovery of a dead infant in a recycling bin in Saskatoon has prompted a non-profit agency to move ahead with its plan for a safe place for women to anonymously give up newborns.
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received support in his quest for national unity from an unlikely ally Wednesday when Yves-Francois Blanchet, the leader of the separatist Bloc Quebecois, said anyone seeking more independence for the West should not come to him for advice.
OTTAWA - Fewer newcomers from disadvantaged groups became Canadian citizens during a 10-year period that coincided with the previous Conservative government's changes to the citizenship program, new Statistics Canada research shows.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Friends and family of a slain Labrador woman say her alleged killer's death while incarcerated shows how the justice system failed both the victim and the accused.
OTTAWA - NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he's prepared to vote against the Liberal throne speech if his party's key priorities are not reflected in some way in the Liberals' policy agenda.
PORT MOODY, B.C. - A sexual assault charge against a Metro Vancouver mayor has been stayed after he completed an "alternative measures" program.
OTTAWA - The Supreme Court has rejected an attempt by Volkswagen and Audi to dismiss a class action in Quebec seeking compensation for air pollution from cars that gave false results in emissions tests.
TORONTO - The family of a two-year-old girl who was killed by a falling air conditioner say they're "struggling to cope" with the loss, and have retained a lawyer to figure out exactly what caused the tragedy.
VANCOUVER - The British Columbia government faces a "difficult balancing act" in dealing with labour strife among public-sector unions representing bus drivers in Metro Vancouver, teachers around the province, support staff on Vancouver Island and faculty members at a university in the north…
In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 13.
OTTAWA - Geoff Regan, who presided over the House of Commons as Speaker for the past four years, is looking to reprise his role in the new session of Parliament.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - An annual audit of Canada's fisheries has flagged a decline in the number of healthy fish stocks over the last two years and warned they will continue to suffer without more specific government action.
OTTAWA - Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe's back-to-back meetings with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday yielded few results in the search for national unity after a divisive federal election.
EDMONTON - The father of a Broncos hockey player whose organs were donated after he died in a catastrophic bus crash says a presumed consent bill before the Alberta legislature is a good start but has a long way to go.
KANANASKIS, Alta. - Premier Jason Kenney is defending his idea that Alberta could pull out of the federal pension plan by saying times have changed.
VANCOUVER - British Columbia Premier John Horgan says he plans to ask Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to review the province's gas and diesel industry after a report released Tuesday questions the competitiveness of the market.
ST-JEROME, Que. - Friends and relatives of Ugo Fredette's two victims addressed the court Tuesday to explain how the murders of Veronique Barbe and Yvon Lacasse changed everything for them.