It would appear Donald Trump's tough words -- and threats -- directed toward the U.S. auto industry are having an impact.
It is with a sigh of relief that we bid farewell to 2016, a year memorable for its bleakness.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau campaigned to legalize pot in the 2015 election campaign.
In an era when basic facts and objective research have come under renewed siege, the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) may have just struck a significant blow for truth.
The deadline known as "Month 13" is coming -- or has already -- for some of the Syrian refugees now in Canada.
Too many of us drive distracted. The consequences are deadly, as our attention leaves the road with every ping, buzz and ring.
Asbestos has no place in a society as modern as Canada's, and yet the federal government has made little visible progress in its elimination.
You may not have noticed, but the Oxford English Dictionary has declared "post-truth" the word of the year for 2016.
When proceedings are stayed in criminal trials, nobody gets justice.