The House of Commons will review all MP websites after an investigation by CBC News revealed that dozens of them have trackers that can be used to target advertising to people who have visited the sites. Heather Bradley, spokeswoman for the House of Commons, said there are no rules specifically aboutRead More →

New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown has been accused of rape by a former trainer. Britney Taylor says Brown sexually assaulted her on three occasions, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Southern District of Florida. Brown has denied the allegations. Darren Heitner, a lawyer representing Brown, saysRead More →

The UN’s atomic watchdog confirmed Monday that Iran is preparing to use more advanced centrifuges, another breach of limits set in the country’s unravelling nuclear deal with major powers. Iran had already announced the step, its latest violation of the 2015 agreement as it tries to pressure European signatories toRead More →

Two days after Hurricane Dorian swept through Atlantic Canada, hundreds of thousands of people still have no power, leaving schools and some businesses closed Monday. The Category 2 hurricane made landfall near Sambro, N.S., on Saturday, taking down power lines and trees across the region, and leaving a mess for power utilityRead More →

Moving up to middle school, high school or onto post-secondary can create significant angst for young people making the transition — especially since they’re at a period in their lives when, statistically, they’re most likely to experience anxiety or depression. But recent evidence shows there are steps that educators, parents and theRead More →

A Canadian pharmaceutical lobby group and 16 of its members have filed a lawsuit against Ottawa’s overhaul to how it regulates the costs of patented medicines. Health Canada announced long-awaited amendments last month to patented medicine regulations, which include allowing the arm’s-length Patented Medicine Prices Review Board (PMPRB) to considerRead More →