The alleged victim of a 2013 sex attack by suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau had herself struck him in a dispute a year earlier in which police had intervened, Brazeau's defence lawyer alleged Thursday.
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Suspended senator Pamela Wallin fraudulently expensed over $25,000 in travel claims between 2009 and 2012, RCMP allege in court documents released Tuesday.
Holed up in a bathroom after suspended senator Patrick Brazeau allegedly beat and sexually assaulted her in 2013, a woman called 911 in tears, a court heard Tuesday.
Suspended Sen. Pamela Wallin went on private junkets on the public's dime, newly-released court documents allege.
A man charged with trying to kill a 101-year-old war veteran in a December home invasion in Ottawa will remain in a psychiatric hospital for at least the next few weeks.
A fifth lawsuit has been filed in connection with last year's tragic OC Transpo bus crash at a Barrhaven rail crossing.
Mounties believe former Liberal Sen. Mac Harb committed breach of trust — a criminal offence — by fiddling his expense claims over the course of the past 10 years, newly-obtained court documents show.
Two tremors centred in eastern Ontario across the Ottawa river in Quebec rolled through the provinces shortly before 10 a.m. Friday morning.
One person is under arrest after a Gatineau police officer was shot late Saturday night.
A scathing legal judgment has found the federal government improperly awarded multi-billion dollar contracts, turning a blind eye as the winning bidders used "insider knowledge" and a cozy relationship with evaluators to enrich themselves.
Working for the man pays big bucks, but a new report argues public-sector compensation should be brought in line with what private-sector workers earn.
Ontario Labour Minister Yasir Naqvi has announced plans to offer protected, unpaid leaves to workers struggling with unexpected events in their lives.
Fire razed an Eastern Ontario icon Sunday and it wasn’t known if the venerable St. Albert Cheese Co-Operative would rise from the ashes.
The long road to recovery for double-lung transplant recipient Helene Campbell has taken another detour.
People on employment insurance will get to keep more cash if they’re also working, the federal human resources minister said Thursday.
The provincial agriculture minister can't put a pricetag on the economic havoc being wreaked by this summer's prolonged drought.