A seven-year-old boy in Antigonish, N.S., has received the largest personal injury settlement in Nova Scotia legal history. Dr. Allison Ball, an obstetrician, and the former Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority have agreed to pay a total of $6 million to Cullan Chisholm due to severe brain injuries he suffered during his delivery.
The amount of tax that Canadians admit to owing Ottawa but haven’t paid rose to a record $43.8 billion this year, despite a Liberal government promise to “stabilize” that sum. And an internal Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) projection obtained by CBC News says the amount of unpaid tax owed is
An Arctic fox generally isn’t part of a crab fishing boat’s bycatch, but one crew from southern Labrador managed just that last week. Alan Russell of St. Lewis said his ship was about seven kilometres offshore when they spotted something on a nearby iceberg. “We seen something on the ice.
Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin is suing two of his children and a former business manager, accusing them of misusing his credit cards, transferring money from an account and slandering him by saying he has dementia. Aldrin’s lawsuit filed earlier this month in a Florida state court asked a judge
WARNING: This story includes graphic details some readers may find disturbing Two former University of Ottawa hockey players have been found not guilty of sexual assault in a 2014 incident at a Thunder Bay, Ont., hotel room. Guillaume Donovan and David Foucher had each been charged with one count of sexual
The Trump administration has scaled back a key element of its zero-tolerance immigration policy amid a global uproar over the separation of more than 2,300 migrant families, halting the practice of turning over parents to prosecutors for charges of illegally entering the country. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan
A sell-off in North American stock markets intensified on Monday afternoon, led by a decline in technology stocks, after reports that U.S. officials were in the process of introducing restrictions that would block Chinese companies from investing in U.S. tech companies. Reports on Sunday said the U.S. Treasury Department was working on restrictions
A young nurse who worked at a Woodstock care home with Elizabeth Wettlaufer had a feeling things weren’t quite right with the older woman. A public inquiry into long-term care heard today from Robyn Laycock, who worked with Wettlaufer at Caressant Care in Woodstock, Ont., for a brief time — from 2010 to