Jeremy MacKenzie, 26, is facing multiple gun-related charges stemming from an incident last November near Viscount, Sask.
On the first day of the fall sitting of the legislature, opposition MLAs used most of their time during question period to probe the government on how it’s helping Yukoners make ends meet.
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Some Indigenous organizations say they were shocked and hurt earlier this week to learn the Manitoba government had awarded $2.25 million through a social impact bond to a non-Indigenous-led organization to help keep Indigenous youth out of the justice system.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter catches you up on Canada’s teams as the NHL season gets underway.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is set to release a policy paper next week focusing on the impact of federal policies on the province and how to “protect” against “federal intrusion” into provincial jurisdiction.
Dwight Ball says given how the governing body has handled the situation, change will ultimately be forced upon them by Canadians.
Thunder Bay police officers have blocked off several blocks near Arthur Street and are asking people to stay away due to an ongoing investigation.
Thunder Bay police officers blocked off several blocks near Arthur Street in the city’s south core Friday afternoon as they dealt with situation they described as an ‘ongoing investigation.’
Seniors who live at the private seniors’ home La Seigneurie de Salaberry in Quebec City are facing eviction. The building they call home was recently sold to a real estate investor from Montreal who plans to convert it into rental condos by the spring.
A fire totally destroyed a two-storey home in Alberton on Friday.
It’s been five years since the idea to build a year-round multi-use greenhouse on the Trʼondëk Hwëchʼin Farm in Dawson City was first discussed. Now it’s starting to take shape.
The president of Montreal’s executive committee says it’s not yet clear how big the property tax increase will be. For now, Dominique Ollivier says it will ‘definitely’ be lower than the inflation rate.
There’s growing concern the IIHF World Junior Champions scheduled to begin in Halifax and Moncton later this year could be in jeopardy as calls for action grow louder for Hockey Canada to act amid sexual abuse allegations.
Nike has suspended its partnership with and paused support for Hockey Canada as the sports organization faces increasing pressure to handle alleged sexual assaults.
Danielle Smith, who is to become Alberta’s next premier, came out of her first United Conservative Party caucus meeting with a message of unity heading into a 2023 provincial election.
Scientists have long suspected that killer whales have been hunting great white sharks off the coast of South Africa and driving them from their natural habitat. Now they have “irrefutable evidence,” says shark biologist Alison Towner.
One person was killed and another person was seriously injured in a collision on the Trans-Canada Highway on Friday morning.
It’s been two weeks since post-tropical storm Fiona hit Prince Edward Island knocking out power to the entire province – and about 10,000 Maritime Electric Customers are still in the dark.
As the Toronto Blue Jays host fans at Rogers Centre this long weekend, and with other events and critical infrastructure work also planned, prepare to spend a bit more time getting around the city.
A well-known Toronto television personality has filed a human rights complaint against Bell Media, alleging “a systemic pattern” of racism, sexism and discrimination, adding that during her 11 years with the company, she was “treated as a token and a commodity.”
An unexpected arrival at a historic site near Saskatoon has people talking. On Sept. 30 — the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation — Wanuskewin Heritage Park welcomed a male baby bison into its herd.
A chilly day didn’t keep people from heading to downtown Kitchener on Friday to watch the K-W Oktoberfest keg tapping ceremony. It’s the first time in two years the keg tapping has taken place in front of a large crowd.
Bob McDonald’s blog: Researchers have created a computer simulation of the tsunami caused by a giant asteroid impact in the Gulf of Mexico and found it would have created a 1.5 km tall wall of water that decreased in size as it swept around the world.