MONTREAL — Just for Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon's lawyer asked Quebec's highest court Thursday to throw out a $10-million class action lawsuit claiming that the comedy impresario abused at least 20 women.
OTTAWA — B.C.'s former child representative Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond says the "heinous" treatment of an Indigenous teenager during a 2012 interrogation by an RCMP officer reflects a pattern she has seen over and over.
VICTORIA — A spending scandal that shook British Columbia's legislature came to a partial conclusion Thursday with the abrupt retirement of the clerk and the suspended sergeant-at-arms asking for his job back after a report by a former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's premier says he told a senior Communist Party official during trade talks that Canadians need to feel "safe" and protected by the rule of law as he boosts tourism ties between his province and China.