With 15 MLAs lined up behind him in support, Premier Greg Selinger said he won't step down. Selinger spoke in response to a growing list of senior cabinet ministers questioning his role as leader Tuesday afternoon.
Canada's privacy commissioners are urging the government to strike the right balance between privacy rights and security threats in devising any new legislation in the wake of last week's attacks.
A woman at a German pharmacy squirted breastmilk at a store clerk to distract staff as she stole from the cash register, police say.
Zambian President Michael Sata, an abrasive figure nicknamed "King Cobra" because of his venomous tongue, has died in London, where he was receiving medical treatment, Zambia's government said on Wednesday.
In what’s believed to be a Canadian first, a child sexual assault complainant will be allowed to have a police dog act as her “support person” during testimony.
A man who decorated his Dallas home for Halloween to resemble an Ebola hot spot has found that charities he wanted to benefit by showing it off are refusing donations from an exhibit many find to be in poor taste.
A Moroccan national, accused of plotting to attack Harvard University and a federal building with bombs attached to a drone, was sentenced to two years in prison on Wednesday by a federal judge in Connecticut.
An anonymous U.S. official's reported description of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a "chickens**t", or worthless coward, drew a sharp response on Wednesday from the Israeli leader - no stranger to acrimony with the Obama administration.
Some Ottawa police officers have asked about whether they can protect the soldiers who now stand guard at the National War Memorial.