Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou pens heartfelt letter thanking supporters on first anniversary of her arrest

Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou pens heartfelt letter thanking supporters on first anniversary of her arrest

Supreme Court rules in favour of Montreal woman fined for not holding escalator handrail

Police overstepped when arresting woman for not holding escalator handrail, Supreme Court of Canada rules

Caught driving under the influence twice? In Quebec, you get a breathalyzer in your car for life

Quebecers convicted of impaired driving twice in a decade now face a new penalty: A mandatory breathalyzer on their car for the rest of their life

Did you know you’re entitled to $10 off a wrongly priced item under the Scanner Price Accuracy Code?

Did you know you’re entitled to $10 off a wrongly priced item under the Scanner Price Accuracy Code?

Glen Assoun: One of Canada’s most disturbing wrongful convictions

Glen Assoun: One of Canada’s most disturbing wrongful convictions

Donor sues UBC law school for failing to put his name on all its degrees

Donor sues UBC law school for failing to put his name on all its degrees

Air Canada passengers ‘abandoned’ to deal with delays, cannabis possession after diverted flight

Air Canada passengers ‘abandoned’ to deal with delays, cannabis possession after diverted flight

A year after pot legalization in Canada

– A year after pot legalization in Canada, it’s a slow roll
– How Canada’s legalization is shaping cannabis laws elsewhere

Ontario to allow pot smoking wherever tobacco smoking allowed

Ontario residents will be able to smoke recreational cannabis wherever the smoking of tobacco is permitted, the Progressive Conservative government said Wednesday, loosening rules established by the previous Liberal regime.

Ontario to stiffen penalties for dangerous driving and endangering pedestrians

The Ontario government is introducing a new charge for careless driving and will stiffen penalties for existing dangerous driving charges starting next month.