Hundreds of people are expected to attend a public memorial for two-year-old Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette and her father Terry Blanchette who were slain in a small community near Crowsnest Pass last month.
Sources tell CTV News that a temporary halt to the processing of some Syrian refugees was ordered earlier this year to make sure the types favoured by the Prime Minister’s Office were being prioritized.
Officials say one person is dead and three others are wounded following an early morning shooting at Northern Arizona University. The school's public relations director says the suspected shooter is in custody.
Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone, hailed as a hero after he was severely cut while helping stop a terror attack on a French train in August, was repeatedly stabbed in what police said was an alcohol-fueled, late-night brawl in a Sacramento nightclub district.
The Canadian Medical Association and the federal government apply a far more rigid standard to prescribing marijuana than other drugs, resulting in negative consequences, say experts from the B.C. Centre for Excellent in HIV/AIDS.
Islamic State militants seized several villages from rival insurgents north of Aleppo city Friday, in a surprise attack that came despite intensive Russian airstrikes that Moscow insists are targeting the extremist group.
Air France is resuming negotiations with pilots' unions over hotly contested job cuts, and Paris garbage collectors have ended a smelly strike, soothing developments at the end of a week of high labour tensions.
Nearly eight years after the introduction of a screening program that uses light reflection to determine jaundice levels in newborn children, the number of hospital readmissions for pediatric jaundice has dropped by approximately 30 per cent.
Canadians don’t feel the government has done enough to protect Canada’s interests in the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks, according to new research conducted by Nanos Research for CTV News and The Globe and Mail.