For U.S. President Donald Trump, who is reportedly in a dark mood over the advancing Mueller investigation, a naval standoff between Russia and Ukraine comes at a particularly fraught moment in his presidency. But for Russian leader Vladimir Putin, that might make for perfect timing.
Humboldt Broncos survivor Ryan Straschnitzki was one his way home from physiotherapy when the bus he was riding in was rear-ended by a truck.
Quebec is again asserting its opposition to the Energy East pipeline after the premiers of Alberta and New Brunswick raised the prospect of reviving the project as a solution to slumping oil prices.
Contentious wording in Ottawa’s summer jobs program that tied pro-choice beliefs on abortion to funding eligibility is being dropped after a backlash to what was styled last year as a values test. Instead, the federal Liberals have retooled the 2019 version of the Canada Summer Jobs program.