The Taliban have asked to address world leaders at the United Nations in New York this week and nominated their Doha-based spokesperson Suhail Shaheen as Afghanistan’s UN ambassador, according to a letter seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
The UCP government has formally requested immediate help from Ottawa to lessen pressure on Alberta’s health-care system, which is overburdened with COVID-19 patients.
With Monday’s federal election, Hamilton is sending two new members of parliament to Ottawa: Liberal Chad Collins, for Hamilton East-Stoney Creek, and Conservative Dan Muys, for Flamborough-Glanbrook.
Netflix is in talks to acquire the works of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
B.C. health officials announced 525 new cases of COVID-19 and one more death on Tuesday.
The FBI says a county coroner has confirmed that human remains found in a remote corner of northern Wyoming are those of 22-year-old Gabby Petito, who disappeared while on a cross-country road trip with her boyfriend.
The failure of Erin O’Toole’s Conservative Party to make its hoped-for breakthrough in Ontario in the federal election is by no means any guarantee that voters will reject Premier Doug Ford and his Progressive Conservatives in the provincial election that’s just eight months away.
Two men in their 50s have succumbed to their injuries and died following Monday’s explosion at a wood-manufacturing plant in Beauceville, Que.
North Bay police are investigating a possible hate crime involving a video posted online of students at a high school in that city.
The City of Yellowknife is planning to hold a referendum in November on whether it can borrow “a small proportion” of the estimated $52.4 million to $63.7 million it will cost to build a new aquatic centre.
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole said Tuesday he’s disappointed with his party’s performance in an election that returned his Liberal opponent to power with a large plurality of seats in the House of Commons.
NHL players inducted for social change instead of on-ice exploits, and the first Special Olympian entering Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, reflect an admiration of more than medals and trophies.
Trails are now open, the temporary overnight park closure has been lifted and fencing and closure signs will be removed.
A Sackville-area mother who has been waiting for a COVID-19 test for her 10-year-old daughter for five days is questioning how many other people are waiting for an appointment and “spreading around” the virus while they wait.
The Oilers open training camp ahead of the 2021-22 season Wednesday with renewed optimism and increased pressure to perform following a string of post-season disappointments. It’s a situation Zach Hyman knows well from his time under Toronto’s media spotlight.
New orders by the Middlesex-London Health Unit take effect Thursday that double down on capacity limits for nightclubs and social gatherings.
New orders by the Middlesex London Health Unit take effect Thursday that double down on capacity limits for nightclubs and social gatherings.
P.E.I. Premier Dennis King says he is pleased with the election outcome of a minority Liberal government in Ottawa and four Liberal MPs once again for P.E.I.
N.W.T. health officials say pressures need to ease on the healthcare system and active COVID-19 cases need to drop before students can resume in-person learning.
Environment Canada says 50-60 mm of rain is forecast to fall on Hamilton over the next two days, with some areas seeing up to 75 mm.
COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have climbed to an average of more than 1,900 a day for the first time since early March, with experts saying the virus is preying largely on a distinct group: 71 million unvaccinated Americans.
Recruiting and retaining staff at the privately run Herron nursing home was a challenge long before the crisis that unfolded during the pandemic’s first wave, a coroner’s inquest heard Tuesday.
Smoke and flames shot up the side of the Superdome’s roof on Tuesday after a pressure washer being used to clean the roof of the New Orleans sports and entertainment arena caught fire.
University of British Columbia student Andre Ramkairsingh waited more than 3½ hours to vote at the only on-campus polling station Monday, earning himself the title of one of the last Canadians to cast a vote in the 2021 general election.
With the election wrapped up, CBC News spoke with a few Montrealers to get their reaction to the results. Most seem to find those results underwhelming, and they continue to have concerns over Indigenous relations and climate change.
A rainfall warning is in effect for London and the surrounding area with up to 100 millimeters of rain possible for some areas by Thursday morning, according to Environment Canada.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter previews a pair of bonspiels this week that will help decide who gets to play for the right to represent Canada at the Beijing Winter Olympics.
Montreal Canadiens forward Jonathan Drouin has opened up on the reasons why he took a break from hockey last spring during his club’s push for the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s strained relationship with several of Canada’s premiers appears to have taken an even sharper turn downward following the results of Monday’s federal election.
The repair of a cement floor in an iconic church in Inuvik is providing scientists with an opportunity to learn more about permafrost and mitigating the impact of its freeze-thaw cycle on buildings.
Several makes and models of gas furnaces across the province have a design flaw that could lead to carbon monoxide exposures, warns Technical Safety B.C.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford headed to Wheatley, Ont., on Tuesday, more than three weeks after an explosion destroyed two buildings and injured 20 people.