Advocates say Ontario's enhanced COVID-19 vaccine certificate system is not accessible for marginalized groups.
Dozens of Thorncliffe Park residents gathered in the rain on Saturday to protest the building of a mammoth rail yard in the community.
An injured woman found lying on the highway near Fort Providence, N.W.T., has prompted a plea for the public's help from the RCMP.
Heavy rainfall season has hit the South Coast and for people living on the streets, keeping their feet warm and dry can be next to impossible. This is why a Victoria-based non-profit is asking British Columbians who can spare a buck or two for a pair of socks to help.
Quebec's largest nurses' union says health-care workers are beyond exhausted as they continue to feel the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic and that the use of mandatory overtime to cover staffing shortages must end.
Quebec's largest nursing union, the Fédération interprofessionnelle de la santé du Québec (FIQ), says health-care workers are beyond exhausted and the use of mandatory overtime to cover staffing shortages has to end.
Greg Fertuck's lawyer says the 68-year-old accused killer drifted through the first six months of a police sting in a whisky and beer haze, collecting cash for doing nothing and chronically lying
British Columbia is in dire need of more veterinarians and the regulatory body for the industry is sounding the alarm about the mental health impact of heavy workloads on those currently trying to meet the increasing demand for their services.
Malls and plazas across the GTA are holding pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics this weekend in the latest push by the city to increase vaccination rates.
The Dandelion Few's new album, Sure We'll Go Home By Water, mirrors the transatlantic life of its members, Tiffanie George of St. John's and Sean Bradley of Dundalk, Ireland.
Researchers who are looking at how physical and mental exercise can help slow Alzheimer's disease are on the hunt for New Brunswickers willing to take part in a new study.
The City of London unveiled a new public art sculpture downtown that captures the city's forest tree line, skyline and spires of heritage architecture.
A seniors' advocate is criticizing the Manitoba government and two care homes after the facilities wrote residents' families this week outlining a worst-case scenario should they experience staffing shortages when vaccine requirements for care home workers kick in.
Mobile vaccination clinics that target specific communities still have a vital role to play when it comes to getting more Albertans immunized against COVID-19.
For more than three years, Edmonton police Det. Dan Behiels investigated notorious Edmonton landlord Abdullah Shah and some of his alleged accomplices. In January 2021, when the investigations concluded and no charges were laid, a frustrated Behiels took the extraordinary step of leaking the confidential investigative documents to CBC News. He is now suspended and facing disciplinary charges. CBC Edmonton's new series — Behind the blue line: Investigating Abdullah Shah — digs into those documents and why Behiels decided to put his career on the line for them.
Five and a half months after blue spray paint was found on a Black history mural in Sandwich Towne, the artist and city staff have restored it and returned it to its place.
A coalition led by the union representing workers in Newfoundland and Labrador's fishing industry is sounding the alarm about plans for an emerging commercial redfish fishery, saying there are big concerns about potential quotas for inshore harvesters.
This month will mark one year since CBC Prince Edward Island submitted a freedom of information request for a report the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission supplied the provincial minister of agriculture in October 2020 on an investigation into Brendel Farms.
Tucked away near one of Fredericton's busiest streets, people are lining up their vehicles to get photos taken next to a cow pasture.
An Anishinaabe mother is starting a helmet safety campaign and hopes to gather helmets to give to First Nations in Manitoba, after her daughter died in an ATV accident in September.
Shocked and saddened by the killing of a long-serving British MP on Friday, Canadian politicians say the threat of a similar incident in Canada appears to be growing.
Throughout the pandemic Toronto residents have increasingly relied on takeout food and its many throw-away containers — think black plastic that can't be recycled — generating a huge amount of unnecessary waste, environmentalists say.
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada stands to collect as much as $4.5 billion dollars a year through a landmark deal involving 136 countries that will require the world's largest corporations to pay more in taxes.
Florent Verjus and his team at Montreal's Jean-Talon Hospital may not work directly with patients, but they play a crucial role in delivering their care.
Premier Doug Ford's party is staking much of its re-election hopes on winning the votes of drivers in the Greater Toronto Area with a promise to forge ahead with the controversial Highway 413.
The contract to build the new wastewater treatment plant in North Vancouver, B.C., will be terminated, according to the regional district in charge of the project, but the building company says it's still working on it.
It's been more than two weeks since wildfires forced hundreds of people from the Shoal Lake and Red Earth Cree Nations to evacuate their homes north of Hudson Bay, Sask. — and still, no official return date has been set.
Health-care workers in northern British Columbia hope new circuit breaker measures in the region will help curb the spread of COVID-19.
As part of his healing and as a way to honour his beloved mother, Sonny Von hosted a non-profit "feel good event" at a Scarborough long-term care home on Friday.
Stellantis is changing production operations at its Windsor Assembly Plant (WAP), moving to a one shift operation in spring of 2022, according to a news release from the company.
Several Hidden Valley Elementary School parents say an assertion from a Yukon minister that families do not want political attention on a sexual abuse scandal involving a former educational assistant is "insulting."
The Canadian Armed Forces' commander of military personnel is under investigation for sexual misconduct and has stepped aside from the role.