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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A newly released report on the status of wild species in Canada has cataloged more species than any previous report — over 50,000 — and warns that more than 2,000 of them face a high risk of being wiped out in the wild.
When a serial fraudster with a long history of impersonation applied for a nursing job at B.C. Women's Hospital, administrators accepted a copy of a cheque that had been altered with Wite-Out as her only identification, new court documents allege.
When the province opened up 7,400 acres of the Greenbelt to development, it also promised to redesignate other plots of land back into the protected zone. But the majority of that promised land (about 7,000 acres) is concentrated in one area — the Town of Erin.
An estimated 20,000 litres of fuel were spilled near the Meadowbank gold mine in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut after a loaded fuel tanker rolled over on an all-season road.
A parliamentary committee member is calling for transparency from Canada's premier art institution in Ottawa following recent and very public staff turmoil — and he's imploring Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez to step in.
Toronto has collected $34 million in fines since its automated speed cameras began snapping pictures of lead-footed drivers and advocates say they want that money rolled directly into the city's road safety programs.
The price of diesel dropped by 8.2 cents per litre Wednesday after an unplanned change in some fuel prices by the province's Public Utilities Board.
The New Brunswick government has launched a new web page about post COVID-19 condition, more commonly known as long COVID, including a list of symptoms, self-care tips for people suffering from the condition, as well as advice for their loved ones.
The leader of the Parti Québécois (PQ) is asking the new Speaker of the National Assembly to let his members in at the start of the legislative session even if they haven't sworn an oath to King Charles III.
The Winnipeg Foundation says it has received the largest gift ever made to a Canadian charity by an individual — a $500-million bequest by a local business owner who died earlier this year.
Saskatoon city council has approved adjustments to next year's budget that will see a 3.93 per cent property tax increase.
Darryl Burns was overwhelmed by joy and excitement when he heard the prime minister promise extensive support for James Smith Cree Nation at an announcement on Monday.
More than 30,000 people on B.C.'s South Coast were without power while a bridge connecting parts of Metro Vancouver was closed Tuesday night as snow continued to hit the region.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith's signature legislation would grant her cabinet new powers to bypass the legislative assembly and unilaterally amend provincial laws.
P.E.I.'s Minister of Health Ernie Hudson told the legislature Tuesday a bill he had said would make it easier to recruit doctors won't be called for debate this sitting.
Premier Danielle Smith's much-awaited Alberta Sovereignty Act more or less delivers on what she promised it would do when she was United Conservative Party leadership candidate Smith a couple months back. It does, indeed, empower Smith's government to order provincial authorities to refuse to enforce any federal law or policy it believes harms Alberta.
Metrolinx says it is delaying plans to chop down trees in downtown Toronto next week because it has developed an "alternative method" to carry out work on a new transit project.
Jason Kenney, the former leader of the UCP who served as Alberta's premier until last month, has announced he is resigning from his seat as the MLA for Calgary-Lougheed effective immediately.
Ontario's integrity commissioner is being asked to investigate whether Premier Doug Ford's plan to open parts of the protected Greenbelt lands for development broke any ethics rules.
People won't need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend the Wood Buffalo 2023 Arctic Winter Games coming up in January in northern Alberta.
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki says the Mounties did not have any evidence of foreign interference during the 2019 federal election, and were not investigating any criminal activities with regard to that election.
Premier Danielle Smith says the Alberta government will work to protect the rights of the unvaccinated without forthcoming legislation and has already prompted at least one organization to drop its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy.
Experts in genetics and criminology say this is an "exciting time" for DNA mining technology and its potential impact in helping solve cold cases — after police identified and charged a man in the deaths of two women in Toronto dating back nearly four decades.
P.E.I. has a number of systems in place to detect people unsafe to drive because of dementia, and is not planning on introducing some of the heavier measures in place in other provinces.
Canada's economy expanded slightly in September, with the country's gross domestic product growing by 0.7 per cent during the third quarter.
Statistics Canada announced Monday that farm cash receipts for Canadian farmers totalled $66.7 billion through the first three quarters of 2022, an increase of nearly 14 per cent over the same period last year.
FIFA opened a disciplinary case against Croatia on Tuesday because of its fans' taunts aimed at Canadian goalkeeper Milan Borjan, who has Serbian family ties, during the teams' World Cup game.
Three members of the Stephenville council and the town manager flew back from a conference in Europe on a private jet owned by the billionaire businessman who wants to create a green hydrogen industry in western Newfoundland.
Kim Kardashian stated she is "re-evaluating" her relationship with Balenciaga after the Paris-headquartered brand posted an advertising campaign depicting children alongside stuffed animals dressed in bondage gear.
The first tenants of a new supportive housing project could begin to move in before Christmas now that renovations on the old Travelodge Suites in Dartmouth, N.S., are almost complete.