Final report into N.S. mass shooting to be released today
The independent commission tasked with examining the deadliest mass shooting in modern Canadian history is releasing its final report todayalmost three years after the April 2020 tragedy.
CRA to automatically file tax returns for some 'vulnerable' Canadians
Most experts agree that the CRA automatically filing your taxes for you is still years awaybut this is a formal first step toward that

CommentMilitary | 2:41 AM on Friday
Turkey clears way for Helsinki to join alliance; Zelenskiy says past year has been ‘most horrific in their entire lives’ for residents of Kyiv region
CommentReligion | 6:47 PM on Thursday
Indigenous communities have long called on the Vatican rescind the concept, which had been used over the centuries to seize land from people in the Americas, Africa and elsewhere.
CommentPolitical | 5:01 PM on Thursday
Ottawa Police are investigating an attempted break-in at the residence of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's national security adviser, the second such incident involving one of his top aides in recent months.
CommentMilitary | 10:03 AM on Thursday
Nine people were killed in a crash involving two Army Black Hawk medical evacuation helicopters conducting a nighttime training exercise in Kentucky, Army officials said Thursday.
CommentPolitical | 7:21 AM on Thursday
Opposition leader Pierre Poilievre somehow takes a neutral stance on the biggest Liberal expenditure in the federal budget - an $80-billion industrial subsidy over 10 years
CommentReligion | 5:48 AM on Thursday
During Pope Francis’ 2022 visit to Canada, during which he apologized to Indigenous peoples for the residential school system, he was met with demands to renounce the papal bulls.
CommentEnvironmental | 9:14 PM on Wednesday
As of Tuesday afternoon, B.C.'s Southern Interior had seen 19 fires sparked since March got underway, according to the BC Wildfire Service. 
CommentHistory | 4:36 PM on Wednesday
Dye analysis and radiocarbon testing suggests a fragment of tartan measuring 55-by-43 centimetres dates back the period between 1500 and 1600. It will go on display as part of the Victoria and Albert Museum Dundee’s tartan exhibition next month. 
CommentLaw & Order | 3:58 PM on Wednesday
During a three-week operation focused on repeat and violent shoplifters, the Vancouver Police Department says it arrested more than 200 people and recovered almost $80,000 in stolen goods.
CommentMisc World | 6:18 AM on Wednesday
The ousted ruling party of Myanmar's former leader Aung San Suu Kyi was among 40 political parties the military-appointed election commission dissolved on Tuesday, after they failed to meet a registration deadline for an election set to perpetuate the mil
CommentPolitical | 6:11 AM on Wednesday
Toronto MP Han Dong says he is taking legal action over a media report that alleged he spoke to a Chinese diplomat in February 2021 about delaying the release of two Canadians detained in China at the time.
CommentHealth | 6:10 AM on Wednesday
An internal investigation found almost one in five patients who were dispensed the weight-loss drug from a B.C. pharmacy were Americans
CommentMisc CDN | 5:54 AM on Wednesday
The head of a bronze statue of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi has been removed and stolen from the Burnaby, B.C., campus of Simon Fraser University, and police are searching for evidence of why and how it happened.
CommentBusiness | 5:49 PM on Tuesday
The increase in excise duties on all alcoholic products is being temporarily capped at two per cent starting next month instead of a planned 6.3 per cent increase.
CommentLaw & Order | 5:48 PM on Tuesday
A former United Conservative Party candidate who resigned after controversial messages she sent came to light has won a permanent restraining order against the man who distributed those messages to the media.
CommentLaw & Order | 3:35 PM on Tuesday
Canada is helping Mexico invade the U.S., a Republican firebrand says. At a U.S. congressional hearing on the border, Marjorie Taylor Greene complained about visa-free Mexican travel to Canada.
CommentMisc CDN | 2:41 PM on Tuesday
A stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway in Langley, B.C. was closed for hours Monday after a transport truck carrying chickens went into a ditch.
CommentBusiness | 2:36 PM on Tuesday
Last week's fatal blast at a Pennsylvania chocolate factory highlighted the combustibility of food plants in general and chocolate making in particular.
CommentPolitical | 2:18 PM on Tuesday
In the 2023 federal budget, the government is unveiling continued deficit spending targeted at Canadians' pocketbooks, public health care and the clean economy.
CommentMisc World | 8:29 AM on Tuesday
A fire in a dormitory at a Mexican immigration detention centre near the U.S. border left more than three dozen migrants dead, a government agency said Tuesday, in one of the deadliest incidents ever at an immigration lockup in the country.
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CommentLaw & Order | 8:27 AM on Tuesday
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has awarded more than $9,000 to a man who was the victim of caste-based discrimination.
CommentLaw & Order | 8:20 AM on Tuesday
Paramedics from Ponoka County provided the driver medical care before STARS air ambulance brought her to hospital where she died from her injuries,
CommentLaw & Order | 7:40 AM on Tuesday
A provincial police officer and suspect are dead after an overnight arrest near Trois-Rivières, Que.
CommentBusiness | 7:06 AM on Tuesday
Around 40 countries closed their borders to Canadian beef during the height of the 2003 BSE crisis, resulting in billions of dollars in losses for the industry.
CommentLaw & Order | 6:44 AM on Tuesday
Nerissa, 48, and her sister, Odelia Quewezance, 51, will be conditionally released while they await results of a ministerial review of their second-degree murder charge and conviction.
CommentLaw & Order | 3:53 PM on Monday
MP Han Dong says he has retained a lawyer and plans to sue Global News after it published a story alleging he advised a senior Chinese diplomat in February 2021 that Beijing should hold off on freeing Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor — the two Canadian
CommentLaw & Order | 6:30 AM on Monday
Most British Columbians would support a system of "progressive punishment" that forces wealthier drivers to pay stiffer penalties when they're caught speeding, according to a new survey.
CommentLaw & Order | 6:14 AM on Monday
A crowd is expected to line the streets of downtown Edmonton on Monday for the funeral procession of two police officers killed in the line of duty.
CommentHealth | 6:06 AM on Monday
EzriCare and Delsam products have been recalled, but outbreak is expected to grow.