Mountie killer Justin Bourque is expected to find out his sentence today for killing three Mounties and wounding two others in Moncton, N.B.
Kris Sims, Atlantic Bureau
They block roads, stop trains and fight the cops. Men and women dressed in camouflage, boots and bandanas. They come from reserves, wave red flags, set fires, tear up roads and declare sovereignty for their tribes. They are the so-called 'Warrior Societies' and they mean business.
What's neither “here” nor “there” and costs almost $500,000?
Handgun owners in both New Brunswick and Ontario are being told to carry written invites with them when they drive with their firearms to shooting ranges.
Ontario's top gun cop says he's within his mandate to change the rules for restricted gun owners transporting weapons in the province.
Foot soldiers in America's culture war are taking to their bunkers.
Federal Conservatives were cheering the destruction of hundreds of thousands of gun registry records Thursday night, the culmination of what has been a core campaign promise by the Tories for a decade.
The Canadian naval officer who admitted to selling secrets to the Russians is holding on to his rank, for now.
The head of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation cannot explain why his employees are absent almost twice as often than private sector workers.
An attempt to save the long-gun registry data in Ontario misfired Friday, when the Ontario Superior Court called an appeal by a Toronto women's shelter "weak" and dismissed it.
Defence Minister Peter MacKay and his new wife Nazanin Afshin-Jam are expecting a baby in the New Year.
Thousands of gun owners are swapping their shotguns and rifles with friends and neighbours in an effort to obliterate the defunct federal long-gun registry.
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews said he's not surprised a majority of Canadians are uneasy about convicted terrorist and murderer Omar Khadr returning to Canada.
Americans are buying more guns after last week's theatre massacre in Colorado.
Survivalists are watching the sky, wondering if doom will come from above.
Nova Scotia is standing down in the fight over its backdoor long-gun registry.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear the case of a disputed election result in a Toronto riding last federal election and consider whether Elections Canada’s clerical errors affected the outcome.
They sprinted through enemy fire, dragged comrades to safety while bullets rained down, and held their breath as they defused roadside bombs.
Pro and anti-gun forces moseyed into the Senate corral on Thursday for a show-down over the back-door long gun registry.
The federal government is cracking down on immigrants and refugees who break Canada's laws.