As a breast cancer survivor, Carrie Caunce takes her health very seriously.
Organizers of three major summer festivals in Toronto say budgeting has become a big challenge this year due to rising costs, particularly for policing.
RCMP in the Northwest Territories are defending their efforts to find a man who went missing from Fort Smith, N.W.T., earlier this month, and say they need people with information to come forward.
Immigration, Citizenship and Refugees Minister Sean Fraser says new technology has greatly accelerated processing times in his department — but he insists that artificial intelligence (AI) isn't making any final decisions on whether an immigration application is approved.
The P.E.I. Green Party is pressing government for answers about when it will open an overdose prevention site, with one MLA saying she's disappointed overdose prevention wasn't a bigger priority in the province's budget.
The former head of the Alberta New Democrats' membership organization for people with disabilities has filed a human rights complaint against the party for discrimination.
In an emotional address, RCMP in Duncan, B.C., located about 60 kilometres north of Victoria, publicly apologized to the family of 15-year-old Carsyn Mackenzie Seaweed on Friday — saying a miscommunication between police agencies resulted in incorrect information being released that the teenager's death was not being investigated as suspicious.
One by one, small convoys trickled into Hay River, N.W.T., Thursday afternoon.
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Nine schools have been placed under a hold and secure as a precaution after a youth was found injured in Brampton, police said in a tweet Friday.
In the 2023-24 fiscal year, the P.E.I. government will spend more than $3 billion for the first time.
A city staff report pegs downtown London's commercial vacancy rate at 24.6 per cent while suggesting the city look at a handful of solutions, some that would require the co-operation of property owners and others with a hefty price tag.
Four times a day, in between full-time work as a nurse in a small British Columbia community and parenting her two children, Claire has to leave the room and blow into a breathalyzer.
A weather system travelling down from up north has the potential to bring significant snowfall to parts of Newfoundland and Labrador, though meteorologist Wanda Batten says it's still too early to be sure.
We are still officially in a pandemic, but there are more signs that COVID-19 is fading in northeastern Ontario.
Lindsay and Charbel Moussi are the new owners of White Sails Bakery and Deli in Tantallon, N.S., but it was a tragedy that led them there.
The fire chiefs in two of New Brunswick's largest cities say their departments are dealing with a spike in opioid overdose medical calls, and they're asking the province to help with the rising costs of a crisis.
Céline Dion announced on Twitter Friday morning that she was cancelling her Courage world tour.
A teacher who was injured during a shooting at a school in La Loche, Sask., on Jan. 22, 2016, has died.
After questions in recent weeks about how Hamilton Police Services (HPS) uses drones, the service faced its board members Thursday to share more information about its eyes in the sky.
When the University of Windsor accepted Ivan Podorozhko into its aeronautics program, he needed to turn it down because he couldn't pay the high international student fees.
After trailing in the polls for years, the United Conservative Party appears poised to win a majority next Monday, according to a new CBC News poll.
If you've ever wanted to see inside the art deco walls of the R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant, head to the top of the mid-century Toronto-Dominion Centre or gaze up the shelves at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, this weekend is your chance.
The provincial government announced it's investing $120 thousand to employ 96 ex-intimates who served time in Waterloo Region to address the labour shortage while offering them a second chance.
The P.E.I. government has tabled a budget that tops $3 billion in spending, including substantial investments in housing and health care.
Frank Gruben has a smile that could light up any room.
Developers led by a businessman close to Premier Doug Ford want to build nine condo towers over a railway corridor in downtown Toronto, a site that former mayor John Tory envisioned as a kind of Central Park for the city.
A city staff report pegs downtown London's commercial vacancy rate at 24.5 per cent while suggesting the city look at a handful of solutions, some that would require the co-operation of property owners and others with a hefty price tag.
Since he was first named the federal government's special rapporteur on foreign election interference, David Johnston has been accused of being unfit for the job because of his connections to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Tina Turner is being remembered in Newfoundland and Labrador for her kindness, her connection with the province, and for the series of unforgettable shows she played in St. John's to kick off the North American tour for her biggest album.
The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is projecting 12 to 17 named storms — five to nine of which will become hurricanes — in its Atlantic hurricane outlook for the upcoming 2023 season released Thursday.
Premier Blaine Higgs is facing a growing wave of dissent from several of his cabinet ministers over the review of the province's policy on LGBTQ students at school.
The Monastère du Bon-Pasteur, a monastery in Montreal that dates back nearly two centuries, has caught fire.
Pimicikamak Cree Nation member Russell McKay is ready to return home after fleeing from a "pretty dangerous" wildfire raging near his community.
Natasha Fox is being remembered as an incredible athlete, an inspirational teacher and a loving partner.
Nurses in Prince George are warning the largest hospital in northern B.C. is at a "breaking point," describing long waits in the emergency room and patients lined up in hallways to receive care.
Provincial officials say the wildfire response will continue to be a marathon, but more evacuees are being allowed to return home and fire bans are set to change in some regions.
An emergency department in Minden, Ont., is slated to close in one week but residents say they will keep up the pressure on the province to make sure the closure is not permanent.
The British Columbia government is preparing to build a new cancer care centre in Kamloops, B.C., one that was promised by former premier John Horgan several years ago.
The Northwest Territories government launched two new programs on Thursday to help evacuees, and some host communities, with the financial burden of displacement.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has agreed to waive cabinet confidence so that two federal agencies can read the confidential documents David Johnston, the government's special rapporteur on foreign interference, reviewed as he produced his report on foreign interference.
The City of Calgary has reversed course and says it will keep fireworks as part of Canada Day celebrations this year — after previously saying it would replace the traditional display with a pyrotechnic show.
The P.E.I. government says it spent $227 million more on programs than was budgeted for 2022-23, and it is laying the blame on post-tropical storm Fiona and inflation.
The wildfires that have ripped through parts of Western Canada this spring are part of an overall rise in more powerful fires, experts say. But the details behind this trend are more complex than just counting the fires, or damage done, per year.
N.W.T. Fire says the wildfire burning near Hay River and Kátł'odeeche First Nation reserve is now being held — which means it is not expected to grow, as long as current conditions remain the same.
The federal government says new money to build dozens of small vessels for the Canadian Coast Guard is part of a renewal of the agency and will help keep Canada's waterways navigable and safe.
The Alberta Crown Prosecution Service has stayed a domestic assault charge against Calgary Justice John Shaw.
A major wildfire burning out of control in northern Manitoba has forced the sudden evacuation of Pimicikamak Cree Nation.
Two P.E.I. men have pleaded guilty in connection to three separate incidents where they threw full cans of pop from their car at oncoming vehicles.