Calgary Landlord Asks For More Power To Evict Tenants

Jennifer Leeming has worked all her life to create a beautiful home. The tenants she rented to last November did not even need a year to ransack her property in... Read more »

Health Transfers: Manitoba Signs an Agreement with Ottawa

After nearly a year of negotiations, Manitoba became the last province to sign an agreement with the federal government to fund health care. Under the agreement, Manitoba will receive... Read more »

Retail sales surpass pre-crisis figures in Alberta

Consumption is on the rise in Alberta, according to retail trade data released Tuesday morning by Statistics Canada. The stores are busy and the purchase has returned to its... Read more »

Edmonton Has The Blues … And That’s A Good Thing!

Featuring some of the best talent in the world, the 19th annual Edmonton Blues Festival is finally here. This year, Colin Linden, Fabulous Thunderbirds with Kim Wilson and Anthony... Read more »

Saskatchewan strengthens rural safety

More than 250 police officers, including 120 from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), will be deployed in rural Saskatchewan to reduce the crime rate. This initiative is part... Read more »

Far-right La Meute protesters holed up in parking garage

After being confined to an underground parking lot for several hours, members of La Meute were finally able to demonstrate in the streets of Quebec City late Sunday, against... Read more »

La Ronde removes a horse carousel displaying a cut-off Aboriginal head

The La Ronde de Montréal amusement park has removed a horse carousel with a cut-off Aboriginal head. A resident of the Kahnawake Mohawk Reserve near Montreal said she heard... Read more »

Murder In Saint-Léonard, Man Arrested

On Wednesday, a man in his forties was shot dead near the Parc Ladauversière, behind the school of the same name, in the borough of Saint-Léonard, in Montreal. He... Read more »