CALGARY — A police watchdog investigation has concluded police were justified in shooting and killing a man in a wheelchair who had been firing a gun out of his home for 90 minutes and nearly hit police and a bus driver.
OTTAWA — Friends, family and hockey dignitaries joined together at Canadian Tire Centre on Thursday to celebrate life and legacy of Bryan Murray, whose signature sense of humour and ability to reach people defined his decorated career as an NHL coach and general manager.
HALIFAX — A series of commemorative steel sculptures are to be erected across the Halifax area, as the city marks the 100th anniversary of the massive explosion that levelled much of its north end and killed nearly 2,000 people.
OTTAWA — Retired general and senator Romeo Dallaire says Canadians can't just assume the U.S. will shoot down a missile heading towards Canada, and that it is time for this country to finally embrace continental missile defence.
TORONTO — Ontario is putting hundreds of millions of dollars toward social housing repairs and retrofits, with about half of the money going to Toronto, where the funds may also help repair a strained relationship between the city's mayor and the province.