An Ontario woman who sought to be recognized as a victim of crime after developing post-traumatic stress disorder from serving as a juror in a horrific murder trial has reached a settlement in her legal fight with the province.
Toronto Raptors coach Dwane Casey grew up in Kentucky in the 1960s, a child during the civil rights movement who witnessed the efforts of those in power to disenfranchise people of colour and slow their push for equality.
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will retrace some of his father's most historic footsteps next week when he travels to Cuba and quite possibly meets an old family friend — retired Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
OTTAWA — It wasn't the party that they were expecting.
Donald Trump's surprise win in the bitterly fought U.S. election came as a sharp surprise Tuesday to election watchers in Canada, including those gathered in the historic ballroom of a downtown Ottawa hotel.
OTTAWA — For countless women in Canadian politics, Tuesday's U.S. election added insult to injury: not only did Hillary Clinton fail to shatter the glass ceiling, but it was none other than Donald Trump who thwarted her efforts.