New Brunswick falls short of vaccination goal, while P.E.I. remains on track.
Thunder Bay police are investigating a sudden death after a body was found in the Kaministiquia River on Saturday.
Christian Eriksen remained in stable condition in a Copenhagen hospital Sunday and “sent his greetings to his teammates” as he recovers from his collapse during a European Championship game, the Danish soccer federation said.
After organizing a vigil in honour of four members of the Afzaal family killed in a hate-motivated attack in London, Ont., members of the Muslim community in Thunder Bay spoke to CBC News about what needs to happen next.
The downtown cores in Thunder Bay, Ont., spent several days gearing up for a busy weekend, in preparation of the province moving into step one of reopening on Friday.
New Brunswick still hasn’t quite hit the vaccination target needed to move to the first phase of reopening in the province.
Police were called to the Dunn Avenue and King Street West area shortly before 2:30 a.m. with reports of a shooting.
Toronto police were called to the Markham Road and Finch Avenue area around 5 a.m. on Sunday with reports of a shooting.
Toronto police are investigating after a man was stabbed during a Saturday night gathering at Ashbridges Bay Park in the city’s east end.
As Alberta lifts provincewide COVID-19 restrictions, Wood Buffalo’s rural communities are falling behind the provincial vaccination rate.
CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.
The story of the writer who translated Anne of Green Gables into Japanese in 1952 is now accessible to English speakers with the publication of Anne’s Cradle: The Life and Works of Hanako Muraoka, Japanese Translator of Anne of Green Gables.
The refrain “I’m bored” will no doubt be heard in homes this summer, and parents may be quick to offer suggestions, including tell them to read a book or clean their room. But a University of Waterloo psychology professor says there are better ways to help children.
Here are some of the best photos you sent us from around the North this week.
Peatr Thomas said he was hesitant at first about having his work associated with the Hudson’s Bay Company. But he hopes the art will help spark ideas for what the space might look like in its second life — possibly as a place where creators like him can thrive.
Next Sunday is Father’s Day, so to celebrate we have stories about fathers from two Islanders who loved their fathers in P.E.I.’s Bygone Days.
For the first time in nearly two years, a cruise ship arrived in Skagway, Alaska on Friday.
Three Saskatchewan residents describe how they find power in they/them pronouns.
As Ontario enters Step 1 of its reopening plans, religious services, including weddings and funerals, can now have larger crowds inside – up to 15 per cent capacity.
Ranjit and Priya Chatterjee are like many newcomers to Prince Edward Island: they chose the Island because they wanted a calmer pace of life.
Quebec chef Jessica Rosval, who grew up in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, was named female chef of the year in the 2021 Guida dell’Espresso. Here’s how she got from stuyding at the Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec to working with Massimo Bottura.
Now that most eligible New Brunswickers have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, experts answer questions about how protected people can feel now, the variant threat, and more.
To lower Labrador’s rates of gender-based violence, advocates want community programming that gets to the root of the issue — and that includes better support for men.
Nestled inside an ivy-covered Victorian house, the Halifax Folklore Centre’s Tom and Marla Dorward have been quietly buying, selling, rehabilitating and building stringed instruments for 50 years, becoming a Halifax institution along the way.
A Wallaceburg couple recently rode every street in the town, all 107 kilometres of it.
Experts in media law say the recent uproar about the publication of 911 calls from the Nova Scotia mass shooting comes as no surprise, but the police have no business musing about investigating the outlet that published the recordings.
G7 leaders on Sunday are expected to agree to a commitment to implement a series of measures to ensure a global pandemic like COVID-19 never happens again.
Provinces are rolling out step-by-step reopening plans. But as COVID-19 lingers, can live theatre in our country make the comeback that performers need and audiences want? Three performing arts insiders share their views.
Forget their looks and ignore their beady little red eyes. When it comes to cicadas, those thumb-sized bugs blanketing the eastern United States this spring, it turns out they’re actually eminently edible, Paul Hunter writes from Virginia.
There’s a dwindling number of places LGBTQ community members feel safe in Toronto following an alleged hate-motivated attack near Hanlan’s Point last weekend, advocates say.
When the leaders of NATO member states meet next week in Brussels, they’ll need to strengthen their collective policy on an increasingly aggressive China, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Canadian race walker Evan Dunfee set a new Canadian record at the Harry Jerome Track Classic on Saturday night in Burnaby, B.C., eclipsing a mark he set two years ago.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year hold on power was set to end on Sunday when parliament votes on a new government, ushering in an administration that has pledged to heal a nation bitterly divided over the departure of the country’s longest serving leader.