VANCOUVER — Parents tasked with preparing school lunches might reach for convenient packaged foods, but the author of a new study says kids across Canada aren't eating enough nutritious food during school hours.
WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — Restrictions on travel to British Columbia's backcountry and bans on campfires were lifted in some parts of the province on Wednesday as improved conditions lowered the wildfire risk.
WASHINGTON — He can huff, and he can puff, but can Donald Trump really single-handedly blow NAFTA down? It's more than fairy-tale conjecture now. It's a question of practical importance as the president has now demonstrated he intends to wield it as a threat during negotiations.
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has thrown cold water on suggestions the Liberal government wants to sign onto continental ballistic missile defence, or that it might send troops back into Afghanistan.
WHITEHORSE — Residents of Whitehorse can't be blamed for thinking the president of the United States had arrived in Yukon for a surprise visit as what appeared to be the presidential plane touched down.