A new mural unveiled Tuesday at Winnipeg City Hall is meant to invoke connectedness and spirit, as part of the city’s long-term commitment on equity, diversity, and anti-racism.
Food prices are on the rise, but Myrtle Mitchell’s monthly old age security cheque isn’t changing.
Heavy oil makes up an increasingly large proportion of the crude produced off Newfoundland, according to the latest annual report of the province’s oil regulator.
Doctors and breast cancer experts say they’re concerned about recently published findings that call into question a decades-old study that has informed Canada’s breast cancer screening guidelines and which led to a recommendation against yearly mammograms for women in their 40s.
As Gilmore Junio attempts to reach his third consecutive Olympics, some things haven’t changed. The 31-year-old long-track speed skater burst onto the scene at the 2014 Olympics, when he gave his spot in the 1,000-metre race to a teammate.
The intent of the elders panels would to bridge the divide that often exists between Indigenous communities, government officials and industry, when projects like pipelines and transmission lines are proposed.
Western University is adding a mobile service to their existing partnership with St. Joseph’s Health Care London, which provides support to survivors of sexual and domestic violence.
A stretch of sloped wooded land sandwiched between Montreal’s Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood and Highway 20 will finally be walkable this spring, complete with the long-promised linear park.
Across Canada, there’s patchwork access to rapid COVID-19 tests, even though the country has millions of the devices. With cases rising this winter, medical experts say more Canadians should have those tests in hand.
A high-ranking chaplain is retiring from the Canadian Armed Forces in the wake of a CBC Fifth Estate investigation that revealed decades of abuse at an elite Ontario boarding school where he worked as headmaster before joining the military.
A volunteer with the Hamilton Encampment Support Network (HESN) told city councillors on Wednesday that the level of force used by Hamilton police at J.C. Beemer Park two weeks ago was unnecessarily high.
Advisers appointed by the Doug Ford government want Ontario to create a ”portable” benefits program for workers who move between jobs without health, dental or other insurance coverage, CBC News has learned.
Mammoths didn’t die out until about 6,000 years ago — more recently than previously believed — as did the wild horses that once grazed the plains of North America, according to new findings out of McMaster University.
Serious concerns are being raised about Facebook’s ability to curb the spread of hate speech and inflammatory language on its site in India, home to the largest number of Facebook users in the world.
Ten years after a spy scandal rocked the Canadian military, the navy still has trouble keeping track of electronic storage devices with secret and classified data on them. Two Canadian warships were recently the subjects of military police and internal investigations after devices went missing.
The father of a Canadian man imprisoned in a Syrian detention for more than four years is making a last-ditch push for the federal government to repatriate his son, with the expectation that he will face a criminal trial upon his return.
The Guelph Storm of the Ontario Hockey League will no longer play the iconic Cotton Eye Joe at its games after a review of the tune’s racist origins.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge says the problem of domestic abuse has reached the point where a “distinct and higher range of sentencing” is needed when punishing those who commit violence against intimate partners.
The historic plunge of oil prices last year forced Calgary-based Canadian Premium Sand to rethink its business plan, eventually deciding to shift away from the oilpatch and focus on using its sand to produce solar panels.
The New Zealand government plans to ban young people from ever buying cigarettes in their lifetime in one of the world’s toughest crackdowns on the tobacco industry.
The City of Glendale informed the Arizona Coyotes that it intends to lock the team out of Gila River Arena by Dec. 20 if all outstanding debts to the city and the management company for the arena are not paid.
J.T. Miller scored the shootout winner Wednesday, giving the Vancouver Canucks a 2-1 victory over the visiting Boston Bruins.
The future of policing in Edmonton is under scrutiny again as city council reviews the police budget for 2022 as part of the city’s operating and capital budget deliberations.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, from Hamilton, Ont., had 16 of his 26 points in a pivotal third quarter, while Montreal’s Luguentz Dort scored 22 points and was a brick wall on defence in the Oklahoma City Thunder’s thrilling 110-109 victory over the Toronto Raptors.
Forests Minister Katrine Conroy was was knocked to the ground while walking home from the Legislature in Victoria Tuesday night. The incident is under investigation.
A mother is calling for cameras in the classroom after her 12-year-old son with special needs was allegedly slapped in the face by an educational assistant at an Oakville school. But the Halton District School Board says surveilling classrooms with cameras raises privacy concerns.
There was one new case reported in the N.W.T. Wednesday, bringing the total case count to 11.
The efficiency review Mayor Sandra Masters promised in her election campaign has identified 53 money-saving “opportunities” within six City of Regina service areas.
The chief operating officer and chief executive officer have both recently left the health authority, leaving two major senior leadership roles to be filled.
Crime, poverty and empty storefronts in Saskatoon’s downtown were some of the issues that leaders of the Saskatoon Police Service, Saskatoon Tribal Council, and Downtown YXE discussed at a Wednesday afternoon panel.