In its latest move to steer itself toward profitability, Canopy Growth Corp. is appointing a new executive to head its Canadian operations, while also laying off 55 employees, the company said Wednesday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that while he's 'not looking for a fight' with Alberta, the federal government is not taking anything off the table when it comes to how it may respond to Alberta Premier Danielle Smith's new 'sovereignty act.'
Justice William Hourigan's report says "deliberate malfeasance is unacceptable in a public project" and makes 103 recommendations to fix the problems.
Près d'un enfant canadien sur huit, soit 897 000 enfants, sont admissibles à recevoir l'éducation dans la langue minoritaire de leur province.
The Amazon rainforest is the most biodiverse forest in the world, and the home of tribes that have lived in the forest for thousands of years, some of them living in isolation.
À Rivière-Saint-Jean, en Minganie, la côte a été grugée de quatre mètres par endroit depuis les années 1980. C'est ce que révèle le portrait-diagnostic du territoire réalisé par le Projet Résilience côtière.
An experimental drug for Alzheimer's disease from Eisai and Biogen slowed cognitive decline in a closely watched trial, but may carry a risk of dangerous side effects for certain patients, according to new data presented on Tuesday.
Six Eastern Health respiratory therapists have quit their jobs since September, with even more positions likely to soon be vacant.
Shang-Chi star, Kim's Convenience alum and stock-photo legend Simu Liu has been chosen to host the Junos — for the second year in a row.
Jérémy Lapointe a dénoué l'impasse alors qu'il restait moins de huit minutes à écouler au match et les Voltigeurs de Drummondville ont vaincu les Cataractes de Shawinigan 4-2, mardi soir.
Elizabeth Crowe and her mother, Anne Crowe, walk across their family dairy farm in Burntcoat, N.S., to a large red barn in the cold November sunshine.
The city of Saint John wants to welcome 12,000 newcomers to the Saint John region in the next decade, according to David Dobbelsteyn, the city's acting director of growth and community planning.
Le 30 novembre 1982, le public découvrait pour la première fois Thriller, un album qui allait révolutionner à jamais la musique pop. Quarante ans plus tard, les succès de Michael Jackson font toujours fredonner les jeunes et les moins jeunes, malgré des allégations d’agressions sexuelles à l’égard du chanteur qui laissent à plusieurs un goût amer.
Le gouvernement de l’Ontario a ignoré ses propres experts dans le choix des projets d’autoroute ces dernières années, et est allé à l’encontre des priorités ciblées par le ministère des Transports, selon le rapport annuel de la vérificatrice générale de la province publié mercredi.
Le Mouvement Desjardins a conclu une entente de 750 millions de dollars pour l’achat de trois divisions de Guardian Capital Group Limited, une compagnie torontoise qui offre de l’assurance vie, des fonds communs de placement et des réseaux d’investissement.
Ontario's auditor general says the province wasted 38 per cent of COVID-19 vaccine doses between February and June because it overestimated demand for boosters, and her annual report also identifies that the province is running a disorganized booking system and doesn't fully track adult vaccinations.
Some Quebecers may have a happy surprise in their bank accounts today. Revenu Québec is starting to distribute the second round of payments promised by the Quebec government.
An official within the Department of National Defence told Global News there were multiple interceptions, and that they happened “regularly” over the course of the operation.
Statistics Canada says there were 2.8 million fewer commuters in 2021 than in 2016, as the pandemic drove a shift toward remote work.
November is financial literacy month and there was no hiding from scary economic news, even for high school students.
A Regina man is angry after learning he, his wife and about a dozen others were recently injected with expired COVID-19 vaccines.
Another day, another profit beat from one of the Big Six banks. This time around, its Royal Bank of Canada’s turn – adjusted earnings per share came in at $2.78 per share, easily topping the average estimate for $2.69. It was the usual suspects driving the beat – net interest margins (basically the spread between the rate the bank borrows at and the rate it charges its own borrowers) expanded, in no small part over at its Canadian Banking and Wealth Management division.
P.E.I. Housing Minister Matthew MacKay is unable to provide an exact date when an emergency shelter for homeless people will open, but he says it will be very soon.
Le calmar colossal, à ne pas confondre avec le calmar géant, est si rare qu’il n’a jamais été filmé dans son habitat naturel, mais une équipe dont font partie des scientifiques de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador se rend en Antarctique dans l’espoir d’être la première à réaliser cet exploit.
The Edmonton Screen Industries Office is intent on bringing more TV, film and video game productions to the city with hopes of generating up to $100 million a year — a significant bump from the current $25 million made from the industry.
Thousands of commuters throughout B.C.'s Lower Mainland were stranded in their cars for hours Tuesday after the first major snowfall of the season created travel mayhem across the region.
Fourteen Métis communities are threatening legal action against a proposed constitution that would pave the way toward self-governance for the Métis Nation of Alberta.
Les enseignants, leur syndicat et les responsables du ministère de l'Éducation conviennent que la pandémie en cours et une saison grippale précoce ont des répercussions sur le personnel des écoles publiques de la Nouvelle-Écosse.
Spanish police said an employee at the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid was injured on Wednesday in an explosion that occurred while he was handling a letter.
Operators of Hamilton's network of homeless shelters and drop-in locations are worried that without overnight warming spaces funding, there will be more cases of frostbites or death during the cold winter months.
Organizers of new program hope to close a gap in local services when it comes to substance abuse in the LGBTQ community — a group organizers say has unique needs when it comes to recovery.
Canada has more working age college or university graduates than any other country in the G7 thanks to more adults studying for a degree and the steady influx of highly educated immigrants, according to newly released census data.
Soccer fans will be packing the cafes and bars across the city for Thursday's Canada-Morocco game, especially in a neighbourhood north of downtown known as 'Little Maghreb.'
Ontario's auditor general is set to release her annual report Wednesday, including audits on COVID-19-related contracts and procurement, as well as the province's vaccination program.
Oil rose for a third day as data pointed to a large decline in U.S. stockpiles, while traders weighed the outlook for Chinese demand and a forthcoming OPEC+ meeting.
The first overseas trip by the Prince and Princess of Wales since the death of Queen Elizabeth II begins Wednesday, an occasion to show the world as much about who they are not as who they are.
Une trentaine d’écoles à Terre-Neuve sont dans la mire des avocats représentant les survivants d’abus sexuels de l’orphelinat Mount Cashel.
COVID-19 contracts and vaccinations, urban flooding and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation are among the various subjects of the provincial auditor general's annual report today.
An experimental Alzheimer's drug modestly slowed the brain disease's inevitable worsening, researchers reported Tuesday.