Data shows 665 officers nationally have advanced certification to test drug-impaired drivers, which critics say is a problem.
Last weekâ€™s Supreme Court ruling raised the possibility that B.C. might have a stronger legal argument now to limit the flow of oil through the province on environmental grounds.
Government legislation aiming to wipe historically unjust convictions is too narrow when it comes to the types of crimes for which LGTBQ Canadians are wrongly convicted, witnesses told the Senate as it started its study of the bill last week.
The charter's anniversary last week reminds us of how itâ€™s changed us.
New Democrats call on the federal government to launch an investigation into these firmsâ€™ role in fuelling Canadaâ€™s opioid problem.