In Part 2 of our series about homelessness in Halifax and N.S., people working within the shelter system say emergency shelters are a symptom of the housing crisis, not a solution.
The Calgary Stampeders' season ended sooner than planned but president/GM John Hufnagel is putting his down time to good use.
A new national survey indicates many Canadians don't want the NFL here at the CFL's expense but may also reinforce the biggest challenge facing the Canadian league.
Mary Ng met virtually Tuesday with her U.S. counterpart to discuss several trade disputes, including Canada's "significant concern" with a proposed electric vehicle tax credit.
Jeffrey Clark, a former Justice Department official who aligned with Donald Trump in his election challenges, refused to answer the committee's questions last month.
CRTC said Tuesday that telecommunications service providers have begun to use a new technology to help Canadians screen spam calls.
In a lawsuit filed in Ontario's Superior Court of Justice, several young Canadians argue that denying citizens under 18 the right to vote in federal elections is unconstitutional.
Laurentian University is refusing to provide documents for an audit into its finances, prompting Ontario's auditor general to go to court to request the information.
Global News obtained a copy of the military police sexual misconduct investigation into Adm. Art McDonald via access to information laws.
The New Brunswick government spoke on the new title claim filed by the Wolastoqey Nations of New Brunswick on Tuesday calling it unclear.
Pfizer Inc said on Wednesday it had started the real-time submission of its application seeking Health Canada's approval of its oral COVID-19 antiviral drug candidate.
Roughly one-quarter of workers reported their work has hindered their mental health, and 20 per cent reported feeling in crisis or having concerns about their ability to cope.
The man is described as being of possible European descent and between 20 and 50 years of age. Police say criminality may have been involved in the man's death.
The new probe involves the violent arrest of a white male that occurred Friday evening outside a restaurant in the city's Ste-Foy district.
Government officials say the Western Development Museum will receive $50,000 to support virtual programming and booking system expansion.
Canada can't forget to continue sharing COVID-19 vaccines with the world as it continues to administer third doses among its population, experts say.
Hockey Canada will choose its 25-player roster following selection camp Dec. 9-12 in Calgary. Canada opens the IIHF men's under-20 tournament Dec. 26 in Edmonton.
Fire crews were called to an abandoned building at the corner of 95 Street and 106 Avenue shortly after 4 a.m. Wednesday, where a man's body was found.
Justin Trudeau came into office in 2015 promising to fix the federal government's access-to-information system. Six years later, it's arguably worse.
An Alberta Emergency Alert issued early Wednesday morning said the wildfire was burning on the west side of Highway 22, about two kilometers south of Highway 533.
The pay-per-use charging stations will be installed by Hydro One and Ontario Power Generation's joint network called Ivy, and won't involve direct funding from the province.
In Part 1 of our series about homelessness in Halifax and N.S., a street navigator says he can't help people like he really wants to — by finding them an affordable place to live.
The mother of Jasmine Lovett and grandmother of Aliyah Sanderson used the extra money from a GoFundMe to open pet-friendly rooms at the Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter.
According to posts on the London Police Service Twitter account, the incident happened on Riverside Drive near Wonderland Road.
Service providers have ben trying to secure a site for a winter shelter but efforts have so far been unsuccessful.
Party leaders sounded like they were still on the campaign trail Tuesday as they delivered speeches in response to last week's throne speech.