Manitoba's harvest season is going strong as numbers suggest that over 60 per cent of the harvest has been completed - higher than the five-year average.
Danielle Smith told a business conference on Friday that despite her concerns with the federal Liberal government, there are some cabinet ministers she can work with.
The vehicle is described as an older model Dodge Caravan, silver or grey in colour, with damage to the front end and a line of black trim across the sides.
NB Power is replacing its chief nuclear officer and bringing in three employees from Ontario Power Generation in a bid to improve performance at the ailing plant.
Canada is subject to ongoing and persistent cyberthreats like every other government and private sector organization in the world, the CSE said in a release Friday.
Morgan Hackl was recognized for reimagining and expanding the roles of the fire department through community collaboration and outreach partners.
Canada has the largest Sikh population outside of India and more than half life in four cities - Brampton, Surrey, Calgary and Edmonton.
Federal Minister of Rural Economic Development Gudie Hutchings says the funds can be used to equip "climate comfort centres" with generators, satellite phones, blankets and cots.
The OLG is looking for the owner of a Lotto Max ticket that was sold in Toronto and won $1 million in a draw last year. There are just two weeks left to claim the prize.
Police are looking for a small blue or black four-door car in the Regina Beach, Buena Vista area after a potential child luring incident Thursday.
Public health officials say the number of COVID-19 infections is climbing again -- just in time for respiratory virus season in the fall and winter.
Serge Arpin was involved in the mayor's deal with convoy organizers Tamara Lich and Chris Barber to move trucks off of residential streets last year.
The Conservatives still face a significant vote efficiency problem. The weakness in the Conservative's nine-point lead lies not in its magnitude but in its distribution.
A new poll suggests that 40 per cent of respondents say Pierre Poilievre is their preferred choice from prime minister and 60 per cent think the Liberals needs a new leader.
As the number of monthly visits to a Toronto food bank doubled since last year, similar trends nationally suggest pangs of hunger are being felt across the country.
A report from the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission pointed to several issues in the education system for children facing reading disabilities.
The Prince Albert Police Service has been working for over three months now to rid the force of intense criticism that has shadowed the organization for the last few years.
Canada Post's gathering of personal information for a marketing program sold to businesses is “absolutely outrageous," a former privacy commissioner says.
African Nova Scotian Affairs Minister Twila Grosse says she was pulled over by police during a traffic stop in Halifax for 'no particular reason' about 20 years ago.
Ste Rose du Lac RCMP say two people are in custody after an investigation led to the seizure of drugs and other paraphernalia at a Manitoba First Nation residence .
The reports finds Alberta would be entitled to more than half the assets of the CPP -- $334 billion -- if it were to exit the national retirement savings program in 2027.
Caelin Nadin was featured in the new Netflix docuseries 'Heart of Invictus.' Her appearances highlighted her work as an anxiety-reducing support coach.
Toronto's ombudsman is launching an investigation into the city's decision to deny refugee claimants space in city shelters and direct them to federal programs.
It was a pretty slow summer for real estate sales in many Ontario markets, was this a harbinger of things to come as we now enter one of the busier periods of the year?
Gas prices in Nova Scotia went down by five cents overnight into Thursday after the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board triggered the interrupter clause.
India's visa processing centre in Canada has suspended services as a rift widened after Canada's leader said India may have been involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen.
Poilievre's office issues guidance to Conservative MPs ahead of "parental rights" protests, including "please do not talk to media or post on social media about this issue"
Over one thousand protesters gathered outside the Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) in London, Ont., on Wednesday over school policies on gender identity.
Antonio Guterres delivered the comments on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, as politicians, as well as activists, business and civil society leaders met for the summit.
The hubs will offer 24-7 services to those experiencing homelessness, with the goal of giving someone a bed while transitioning to more permanent housing.
A woman accused of assaulting three police officers during a housing protest in Halifax has been found not guilty on two of four charges.
The bill would require Ottawa to fully finance a project aimed at strengthening the land link from climate change-related threats and raising a CN rail line.
Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow is backing a transit safety plan to hire 178 new frontline staff, mostly by adding more customer service agents at transit stations.
The group calling itself '1MillionMarch4Children' says participants 'believe in safeguarding children from gender ideology teachings, sexual indoctrination and explicit content.'
Canada's main stock index was up more than 100 points in late-morning trading as gains in the base metal stocks helped lead the way, while U.S. stock markets were mixed.
It is estimated that B.C. tenants bore an extra $2 billion in rent costs between 2016 and 2021 due to the vast expansion of short-term rentals.
Canada has the largest population of Sikhs outside the Indian state of Punjab, with about 770,000 people reporting Sikhism as their religion in the 2021 census.
The sexual-assault case against Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard is expected to be back in a Toronto courtroom today after jury selection in his trial was delayed last week.
Perdip Moore says he was ready to build 14 units of social housing on a lot at 436 East Hastings, but red tape with the city derailed the project.