The Canadian Press

First Nation court challenge of pipeline begins

First Nation groups continuie their fight against the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline

Premiers to talk tax changes with Morneau

Finance Minister Bill Morneau to talk tax reforms at first ministers’ meeting

Former astronaut Julie Payette sworn in as Canada’s 29th Governor General

Mother, an athlete, a pilot, a scientist and someone who “went where very few others had dared to go’

Charges officially laid in Edmonton truck attack

Abdulahi Hasan Sharif faces multiple charges, including five counts of attempted murder.

UPDATED: 58 killed in mass shooting in Las Vegas

President Trump speaks on the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history

Suspect facing terrorism charges in Edmonton truck attack investigated in 2015

RCMP say the man is a Somali refugee who’s expressed extremist views

Facebook to turn over Russia-linked ads

Social media giant is expected to meet with Congress Monday

Canadian Space Agency, partners developing plans for lunar space station

Tentative plan would see an SLS rocket travel around the moon unmanned in 2019, then with astronauts

Jagmeet Singh chosen as new leader of federal NDP

Singh won with a more than 20,000 vote lead

UPDATE: Police say Edmonton terror attacks the actions of a ‘lone wolf’

Warning: graphic footage of attack that injured five people

Trump puts NFL players on notice: Stand for national anthem

U.S. president has been outspoken against football players kneeling

OJ Simpson freed from Nevada prison after serving 9 years

The former NFL player was serving time for a botched hotel-room heist in Las Vegas

Ontario town offers 90 per cent off land, other incentives to move there

Would-be residents can purchase parcels of land overlooking a nine-hole golf course for $500

Doctors warn eyeball tattoos could lead to blindness, severe infections

Ophthalmologists warn ink can be carried throughout the eye and pose a greater risk to the organ

New citizenship oath to include reference to treaties with Indigenous Peoples

It’s the 94th and final recommendation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Air France plane forced to land in Canada due to ‘serious damage’ to engine

Passengers nervously joked to one another as they tried to make sense of the commotion

VIDEO: After hiking twice, ‘no predetermined path’ for rates from here: Poloz

Bank of Canada says it’s been a ‘tough go’ for young people in the recovery from the financial crisis

B.C. woman singing O Canada at Seahawks game to kneel after U.S. anthem

Arielle Tuliao says she broke down in tears after the Seattle Seahawks contacted her to sing

ICBC warns of text scam

Corporation says customers should delete texts that appear to offer a refund

B.C. woman files lawsuit over terrorist label

She claims Ottawa gave false information to the FBI to secure military contracts