An industry association says a Sudbury grocery store likely won’t be the last to give up on selling alcohol. The Real Canadian Superstore recently dropped beer and cider from its shelves, for reasons Loblaws has not disclosed.
One woman on P.E.I. who tested positive for COVID-19 says she’s left with questions after spending hours in an Island emergency room without seeing a doctor.
A man who showed up on Richard Lewis’s doorstep had been ticketed a day earlier for failing to isolate under the Health Protection Act.
A P.E.I. company has brokered a deal to send as many as 700 tractor trailer loads of surplus P.E.I processing potatoes to a french fry plant in Alberta.
A Sudbury golf course that’s usually closed during the winter season is getting ready to open after building an outdoor winter park.
A Nova Scotia woman is calling for Canadian immigration authorities to support the refugee claim of an Afghan friend and his family, or else he may be forced to leave Pakistan and could fall into the hands of the Taliban.
Moncton councillors approved a rent discount of 25 per cent for the city’s downtown market vendors in an effort to ease losses following the province implementing new pandemic restrictions.
The Halton Catholic school community is about to revive a heated debate about whether to fly the Pride flag outside its schools less than a year after school board trustees voted against it.
A low supply of rental units in the metro region has prompted a shift in the market, frustrating tenants looking for an affordable place to live.
A family in Labrador West alleges that the healthcare system in Labrador could forcibly displace her mother from a town she calls home.
When the Canadian men’s Olympic hockey team hits the ice in Beijing, Brian Cheeseman will be behind the scenes making sure the players are at their best.
Some jurisdictions are now breaking down hospital data into patients admitted directly for COVID-19, and those admitted for other health issues who also test positive. But clinicians say those buckets don’t capture the reality on the ground: major pressure on hospitals, and poorer outcomes for patients.
Canada’s foreign minister landed in Kyiv Monday promising more economic assistance to help keep the Ukrainian government afloat in the face of the uncertainty created by the threat of a Russian invasion.
A Toronto woman maintains she’s being unfairly kicked out of the apartment she’s lived in for 15 years. But the building’s owners tell a very different story.
Two Hamilton paramedics found guilty for failing to provide the necessaries of life in the 2017 death of 19-year-old Yosif Al-Hasnawi are set to be sentenced today.
As Canada waits for its latest inflation figures, so far there are few signs that Canadians are turning to labour unions to fight for better wages and working conditions. Experts aren’t sure why, but indications are workers are taking individual — rather than collective — action as Canada faces the “great attrition.”
Quebec Premier François Legault said last week the measure will only apply to large-surface stores as they are well-staffed and better equipped to check vaccine passports at the door.
Some Canadian travellers required to spend days in isolation waiting for COVID-19 test results after arriving in the country from abroad want to know why Ottawa allows people coming in from the U.S. to skip quarantine.
Canada has approved a new treatment for COVID-19, but will provinces and territories be able to get the drug out rapidly to vulnerable Canadians to help ease the pressure on hospitals until current COVID-19 levels subside?
Three children died in a house fire in Sandy Lake First Nation in Ontario last week, prompting calls for action and not just “more talk” when it comes to getting northern communities the firefighting resources they need.
Unvaccinated truck drivers crossing over the border into Canada may pose a risk of transmitting COVID-19 to the general public, some experts say. But other specialists who spoke to CBC News said they were skeptical about whether the new federal vaccine mandate for truckers is needed
A proposed transportation plan by Canada’s nuclear industry would see up to 30,000 shipments of highly radioactive spent nuclear fuel rods travel through some of Ontario’s most densely populated communities over four decades, starting in the 2040s.
Kastoslote Elijah, a teen from Oneida Nation of the Thames near London, Ont., was born deaf, so online learning during the pandemic came with unique challenges. However, she remained committed to her goal of getting into post-secondary school.
On Monday evening, the Vancouver School Board voted seven-to-two to begin the school closure process for Queen Elizabeth Annex. It’s the fourth time since 2008 the small elementary school has been put forward for closure.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he has asked Justice Minister Kaycee Madu to step back from his ministerial duties as an independent review takes place.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he has asked Justice Minister Kaycee Madu to step back from his job after the CBC revealed Madu phoned the Edmonton police chief about a traffic ticket.
Matthew Stafford passed for 202 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score in his first playoff victory, and the Los Angeles Rams roared out of the wild-card round with a 34-11 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night.
Tyler Herro scored 23 points, Jimmy Butler got a triple-double in the game’s final moment and the Miami Heat held off the Toronto Raptors 104-99 on Monday night.
Edmonton sidewalks could get their own renewal program, one that would be separate from the current neighbourhood renewal program, city councillors agreed Monday at a community and public services committee meeting.
An order set to expire at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday was updated so that it remains in effect until Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry addresses the matter in a press briefing on Tuesday afternoon, B.C.’s health minister said.
Despite reports of Iqaluit’s tap water smelling like fuel, city and territorial officials say it’s well below Canadian water safety guidelines and is safe to drink.