Former SNC-Lavalin CEO pleads guilty in superhospital fraud case

Pierre Duhaime was arrested in November 2012 on charges including fraud, conspiracy and forgery related to a $1.3-billion contract to build a superhospital in Montreal. He pleaded guilty Friday to helping a public [Read entire story]

Coquitlam psychiatric hospital fined almost $650K after nurses attacked

The $646,304.88 fine marks the largest penalty issued by WorkSafeBC in the history of the province, according to the B.C. Nurses Union. [Read entire story]

Boxer Adonis Stevenson takes first steps after hospitalization

The Montreal boxer was put into a medically induced coma after his knockout loss in December. [Read entire story]

Jim McKean, retired MLB ump and native Montrealer, dies at 73

Jim McKean, a longtime Major League Baseball umpire who played parts of three seasons in the Canadian Football League, died Thursday in Florida. He was 73. [Read entire story]

Gilles Duceppe’s mother, 93, found dead of hypothermia outside Montreal seniors’ residence

As an intense snowstorm swept into Montreal early Sunday morning, an alarm at Hélène Rowley Hotte's luxury seniors' residence sent her out into the bitter cold. Locked out, she was found dead seven hours later. [Read entire story]

Remains of 2 Beothuk people to be transferred from Scotland to Canada

The remains of two of the last members of an extinct Newfoundland people will be sent from Scotland to the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa. [Read entire story]

CEO of cannabis producer Aphria to step down, as company posts quarterly earnings

The CEO of a Canadian cannabis company recently targeted by short sellers will step down from an executive role at the company he helped found, but stay on the board. [Read entire story]

How China’s electric car push is shaking up oil markets

In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we speak to journalist Gregor Macdonald about why 2018 was a pivotal year for electric cars, and why more places are investing in floating solar panels. [Read entire story]

Fed will be patient with rate hikes, Jerome Powell says

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says the central bank has the ability to be "patient" in determining when to hike interest rates. [Read entire story]

Man suffers life-threatening injuries after vehicle hits scooter in Parkdale

A man believed to be in his 60s suffered life-threatening injuries Monday evening when he was hit by a vehicle while riding a scooter in Parkdale, Toronto police say. [Read entire story]

Woman ‘frustrated’ with police response after laptop, iPad theft at Toronto cafe

A Toronto woman says she is "really frustrated" with the reaction of police after her laptop and iPad were stolen from under a chair at an Annex neighbourhood cafe on the weekend. [Read entire story]

Burlington to hold memorial Sunday for Walk off the Earth ‘Beard Guy’ Mike Taylor

Taylor was the keyboardist and vocalist in the Burlington-based indie pop group. He died of "natural causes" in his sleep on Dec. 29, according to a statement from the band. [Read entire story]

‘School’s gonna be a mess today': friends of Vaughan teen killed in crash return to class

Friends of the Vaughan teen who died in a single-vehicle crash during winter break returned to class for the first time Monday. They remembered 16-year-old Daniel Zeno as an outgoing and well-liked classmate. [Read entire story]

Service slowly returns after engine fire suspends GO trains on Lakeshore East line

GO Train service is slowly returning to the Lakeshore East line after an engine fire stopped a train travelling from Oshawa to Union Station on Monday morning, and forced a number of passengers out of their seats. [Read entire story]

5 questions for Vic Fedeli about Ontario’s pot shop lottery

The finance minister spoke with Metro Morning about the rationale behind Ontario's cannabis retail licence lottery — and what they'll do if they pull someone who doesn't meet the province's qualifications. [Read entire story]

2 charged, 2 suspects outstanding, 3 firearms seized after east end shooting

Two men have been charged with attempted murder, two suspects are still outstanding and three firearms have been seized after a double shooting in the Beach Triangle on the weekend, Toronto police say. [Read entire story]

GM meeting with Unifor Tuesday in Detroit about Oshawa plant future

Unifor national president Jerry Dias has spoken with General Motors and a face-to-face meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday afternoon about the future of GM's Oshawa plant. [Read entire story]

Freezing rain warning remains in place for Greater Toronto Area

A freezing rain warning issued by Environment Canada on Monday remains in place for the Greater Toronto Area. [Read entire story]

The return of winter! Around 2 cm of snow expected to blanket GTA on Monday

It's winter, so expect a blast of snow to cover much of the Greater Toronto Area on Monday. [Read entire story]

New GO train service to and from Niagara Falls begins today

The first train of the new service rolled out of Niagara Falls Monday morning at 5:19 a.m. making a stop in St. Catharines before continuing on to Toronto's Union Station. [Read entire story]

Afternoon double shooting shakes east-end Toronto neighbourhood

Two men are injured and two other men are in custody after a double shooting in the Beach Triangle near Woodbine and Queen on Sunday afternoon, according to Toronto police. [Read entire story]

Former prime minister Kim Campbell cusses out Trump in tweet

Former Canadian prime minister Kim Campbell caused a stir online over the weekend when she referred to U.S. President Donald Trump with a profanity, a nod to a speech that landed a newly elected Democratic U.S. [Read entire story]

Critics unnerved by appointment of fundraiser and Ford ally to Ontario Place board chair

James Ginou, a prolific political fundraiser and PC insider, will head up the board during a crucial time in the site's redevelopment. He previously held the job from 1997 to 2003. [Read entire story]

Giant market made primarily of shipping containers set to open in Toronto

A 2.6-acre plot of city-owned land that has been vacant for years is being transformed into a vibrant marketplace with restaurants, bars and shops, all of which will be built entirely from shipping containers. [Read entire story]

Old video resurfaces of Drake kissing and fondling teenage girl on stage

A firestorm of online anger is forming against Canadian rapper Drake after an old video resurfaced on social media that shows him kissing and fondling a 17-year-old girl at a concert. [Read entire story]

Figure skater Osmond to receive order of Newfoundland and Labrador

Figure skating champion Kaetlyn Osmond and renowned Canadian painter Christopher Pratt will be receiving the highest honour in her home province — the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador. There will be 10 new inductees at [Read entire story]

TSX at 2-year low, Dow loses another 500 points

New York’s Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 507 points or 2.1 per cent Monday, and the TSX was at a two-year low as investors turned cautious ahead of an expected announcement from the U.S. Federal Reserve. [Read entire story]

19% of women, 13% of men report workplace harassment in StatsCan survey

About 19 per cent of Canadian women and 13 per cent of men reported being harassed in the workplace, with the highest level of harassment in health-care jobs, according to Statistics Canada. [Read entire story]

Cameras in a plastic surgeon’s office: The Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including a surgeon who may be filming patients without their consent, a jump in auto thefts across the country, and recall of U by Kotex [Read entire story]

N.W.T. privacy commissioner to investigate ‘major breach’ of health data found at dump

The N.W.T.'s privacy commissioner says she will investigate after a man found hundreds of confidential medical records at a dump in Fort Simpson. [Read entire story]

Return of baseball to Montreal looking ‘pretty good,’ says Stephen Bronfman

Bronfman was careful when talking about the progress his group has made, but did say they are trying to build something that will last. [Read entire story]

Ford government to resume arbitration hearings with OMA

The Ford government will resume binding arbitration hearings with the association representing the province’s physicians, according to a memo the group’s head sent to members Friday afternoon. [Read entire story]

Stocks walloped by Brexit, falling oil prices

Canada’s main stock index fell on Monday after crude oil prices fell 3.4 per cent in New York, pressuring shares of energy companies. [Read entire story]

Ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft preparing to become public companies

The two largest ride-hailing companies appear set to go public, with both Uber and Lyft making confidential filings with the U.S. Securities Commission for an IPO. [Read entire story]