The head of Prince Edward Island's Early Childhood Development Association (ECDA) presented to a legislative standing committee on Tuesday about proposed changes to vulnerable sector checks for some workers in child-care centres.
A Canadian Armed Forces surveillance plane was heading home on Tuesday after two intelligence-collecting flights over Haiti.
The Burnaby Urban Search and Rescue team is off to Turkey to help relief efforts after Monday's deadly earthquakes devastated the region.
Durham Regional Police have released the names of a man and woman found dead in a Bowmanville, Ont. home on the weekend, and say the woman was pregnant.
Based out of The Hague, the organization works in different countries to help identify the remains of those who have disappeared or been killed in conflicts and disasters.
Last off-season, the Elks signed Lawler to a one-year contract worth a reported $300,000, making him the highest paid player in the CFL who was not a quarterback.
Team Lawes vice Selena Njegovan will be able to serve in a support role at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts after all despite initially being told she'd have limited access on site while on pregnancy leave.
The offer is on the table, and N.W.T. Premier Caroline Cochrane says now premiers will need time to digest the federal government's proposal for more health care funding.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith expressed her concerns with the federal government's proposed 'just transition' legislation directly to the prime minister on Tuesday, saying she hopes the two can find some common ground.
Bradford Mistakenchief's mother was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer and was only given 18 months to live.
Timucin Ari, a Turkish-born London dentist, is reliving some of his most painful memories after hearing news of an earthquake near the Turkish-Syrian border.
B.C.'s Transportation Minister is expecting the total price tag for flooding repairs to B.C. highways to balloon to close to one billion dollars.
An Ontario man is being accused of changing his name, profession and life story multiple times to potentially more than 100 women online before leaving some out thousands of dollars.
New numbers released by the Canadian Red Cross show the organization provided assistance to nearly 100,000 households, more than any other natural disaster in Canada.
A funeral was held Tuesday morning at Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption Cathedral in Moncton for Acadian senator, actor and cultural icon Viola Léger, whose influence spread far beyond the stages of New Brunswick.
Two teen girls who are charged with second-degree murder in connection with what police have called a "swarming" attack on Toronto man Ken Lee in December have been denied bail.
Following a fatal incident on the weekend, Ontario Provincial Police and seasoned snowmobilers are warning people to be safe out on the trails.
Two Montreal police officers blatantly lied to independent investigators when they said they weren't aware of a man's medical condition before he collapsed and died while in custody, the Quebec police ethics committee has ruled.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday the federal government is prepared to increase health-care spending by an eye-popping $196.1 billion over the next decade — a cash injection Ottawa is pitching as a generational fix for an ailing system.
Sheldon Wuttunee with SFNNRCE said the Export database, a database that holds information about Indigenous companies, has far reaching benefits.
Montreal police say a high school in the Saint-Leonard borough is in lockdown Tuesday afternoon after a threat was made by a possible student.
The federal government is pledging to increase health funding to Canada's provinces and territories by $196.1 billion over the next 10 years, in a long-awaited deal aimed at addressing Canada's crumbling health-care systems with $46.2 billion in new funding.
Stellarton police said they were called by Nova Scotia Power at 8 a.m., after employees found a deceased man at the sub-station on North Foord Street.
A mangled bicycle and a smashed windshield point to the severity of the crash that sent a Victoria cyclist to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries on Monday.
Toronto city council voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to study new taxes and fees as a way to address its mounting fiscal challenges.
A Winnipeg family is in mourning after two relatives were killed by an earthquake that caused destruction across southeast Turkiye and neighbouring Syria.
Calgary police say a pedestrian who was hit and killed by a CTrain on Tuesday morning appears to have fallen off the platform.
Material found on devices of a California man charged with sexual misconduct led law enforcement to the home of an Alberta woman who was allegedly sexually exploitering her child.
The British Columbia government has introduced legislation to make Sept. 30 a paid statutory holiday marking the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
A former medical student who claims he fatally shot a fellow student in self-defence during a drug deal in Halifax denied Tuesday he planned to kill the man and steal the marijuana he was carrying.
Nearly five years after Matthew Staikos was gunned down in Toronto, the family of the tech CEO has renewed a $250,000 reward in the unsolved murder case.
The Progressive Contractors Association of Canada alleges the labour agreement is restrictive and decreases the number of eligible workers.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is presenting the federal government's offer for billions in new health-care funding to the provinces and territories at a highly anticipated meeting in Ottawa today. At the first in-person meeting of all First Ministers in years, Trudeau is set to outline how much money his government is willing to provide, and what his expectations are for improving care.
The family of a tech CEO who was killed in a 2018 shooting in Toronto is renewing a $250,000 reward for anyone with information that can lead to his killer.
Police seized 1.6 kilograms of fentanyl, 200 grams of cocaine and two loaded handguns from a Cornwall, P.E.I., home last week, according to RCMP.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he recognizes the strained health-care system needs a cash injection to help it overcome a series of challenges from staffing issues to surgery backlogs and an acute shortage of family doctors.
Ontario committed in its March 2022 deal with the feds to create 86,000 new spaces, and since it counts spots that have opened since 2019, it has about 50,000 more to go.
Canadians now believe they need $1.7 million in savings in order to retire, a 20 per cent increase from 2020, according to a new BMO survey. The eye-watering figure is the largest sum since BMO first started surveying Canadians about their retirement expectations 13 years ago.
Toronto has a trash problem with garbage overflowing onto streets and blowing into surrounding areas, and some councillors are now calling on the city to explore a new solution — smart, solar-powered compacting bins for both garbage disposal and recycling.
A Crown lawyer grilled William Sandeson during cross-examination about what she called his 'two very different sides' during his first-degree murder trial Tuesday.
The Financial Accountability Office of Ontario says the province's economic growth is expected to slow sharply this year with a modest recovery beginning next year.
Heather House is concerned that the potential extraction of lithium and other critical minerals will exacerbate food insecurity in northern Quebec.