A “small but notable number” of Canadians have travelled abroad to participate in terrorism-related activities, including to Syria, Somalia and Afghanistan, according to a new report issued by the federal government.
Quebec's rookie premier, Philippe Couillard, made his presence felt at his first meeting with Canada's other premiers, agreeing Friday to have his province join in the development of a national energy strategy that had been stalled by a previous separatist government.
A Toronto man who brutally murdered his ex-girlfriend and then carved up her body and scattered the pieces to cover up his crime may not have acted entirely alone, an Ontario Superior Court judge said Friday in sentencing him to life in prison with no parole eligibility for 18 years.
An Ontario runner who has only 8 per cent vision says the key to successfully completing a nearly 900-kilometre trail run is to “let go and trust.” Rhonda-Marie Avery ran the 890-km Bruce Trail earlier this month to show that people with disabilities can tackle such challenges.
Porter Aviation Holdings, the parent company of the regional airline that is the main tenant at Toronto's Billy Bishop airport, said Friday it is looking for a sale-leaseback deal so it can focus on its core business.