Nova Scotians dealing with the publicly funded home-care system say higher wages and perks like private companies offer would be helpful. An ongoing study is also looking into the free Manitoba model.
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc says more information is needed on the electrical grid connection expansion before Ottawa can justify investment.
The executive director of the Samaritan Centre in Sudbury will soon be trained to help clients manage their grief.
A new position has been created to better support Indigenous offenders in P.E.I. — funded through a bilateral agreement between the province and Justice Canada aimed at reducing recidivism and promoting healing.
A Toronto non-profit has partnered with the federal Ministry of Natural resources to create a fund to make it easier for municipalities and agencies to build electric vehicle charging stations.
The Ann Terry Project ended abruptly in 2018 after more than 30 years of operation and 2 years of partnering with Island Employment.
Emma Roche suffered permanent brain damage following hospital treatment for a respiratory infection. The lawsuit went on for years, and had been slated to go to trial next month.
A family from Brighton, in Nova Scotia’s Digby County, lost their home in a fire in October. Now, thanks to kindness and generosity from members of their community, they’ll be returning home to a new house on the same lot this spring.
Sexual assault examination services are still a priority in New Brunswick emergency rooms, even as the pandemic pushes the province’s health-care system to its limits, supporters say.
Performance spaces in Newfoundland and Labrador are closed under the current pandemic alert level, but there’s still theatre to watch.
As COVID-19 began its dramatic rise in Newfoundland and Labrador with record setting case counts in December, a safe space many people in St. John’s didn’t even know about began seeing more visitors.
The portrait of those dying in the current wave of COVID-19 is different than those who died last year. There are fewer seniors in institutions but more living on their own. Younger people who are not fully vaccinated are also among the fatalities.
Demolishing an existing building, throwing it away in a landfill, is a staggering act of conspicuous consumption, writes Sarah Sheehan.
Ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a group called Liberation75 has released the findings of a survey of 3,600 North American students. The results show a third who took part weren’t sure the Holocaust actually happened or felt it was “exaggerated or fabricated.”
Limited resources during the pandemic have forced the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit to offer less supports for new moms and families over the past two years.
As CBC Sports Senior Contributor Morgan Campbell writes, if you consume enough of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ rhetoric on COVID-19 vaccines, you can locate the gap between fact and opinion.
The state of Canadian grocery store shelves has become something of a national obsession in recent weeks. While it’s misleading to suggest the country is somehow running out of food, there are a lot of empty shelves right now. Here’s why consumers should expect that to continue for a while yet.
When Canada kicks off the women’s hockey tournament at the Beijing Olympics on Feb. 2 against Switzerland, many hockey fans say they’ll be soaking up the rare chance to watch televised coverage of top-tier women players.
Alberta Education Minister Adriana LaGrange is on a mission to make classrooms safer for students by toughening the disciplinary process for Alberta teachers and advocating for a national registry that would flag problem teachers to potential employers.
Unlocking the mysteries behind Omicron’s unique set of mutations will be key to understanding how this virus evolves and spreads — particularly as a tougher-to-detect subvariant called BA.2 is taking off in various countries.
Connor McDavid scored with 23.4 seconds left in overtime, powering the Edmonton Oilers to a 3-2 comeback win over the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday night in Vancouver.
Edmonton police have charged a 34-year-old man after a Muslim woman and her children were attacked outside of a mosque on New Year’s Day.
Shelters for vulnerable people in Yellowknife and Fort Simpson are among the latest COVID-19 exposure locations announced by the Office of the Chief Public Health Officer, along with the youth centre in Tuktoyaktuk.
Mason Marchment scored twice and added an assist as the Florida Panthers defeated the Winnipeg Jets 5-3 before 250 fans on Tuesday.
Premier Doug Ford and Health Minister Christine Elliott will meet next week with Ontario nurses to talk about staff shortages.
The B.C. government announced Tuesday it is developing a new strategy to protect watersheds and drinking water, in response to threats posed by climate change combined with the effects of urban and industrial development.
Tyler Ennis recorded the hat-trick to lead the Ottawa Senators to a 5-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night in Ottawa.
Pascal Siakam narrowly missed a triple-double in his stint at point guard, Toronto got off to a hot start and the short-handed Raptors beat the Charlotte Hornets 125-113 on Tuesday in Toronto.
If Canadians are shocked to see 20-year-old goalie Devon Levi’s name on the non-NHL men’s Olympic hockey roster, the Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Que., product empathizes — for he, too, is stunned by the turn of events.
Politicians say a successful bid to become a UNESCO world heritage site could be key to preserving the neighbourhood’s character.
The Kitimat council in northwestern B.C. has approved a motion to consider a parental leave policy for councillors. The policy would mean councillors could take parental leave without risking disqualification after absence from council meetings for 60 consecutive days.
In their latest study, University of Northern British Columbia geologists studied more than 12,000 satellite images of glaciers in B.C. and Alberta.
Ronald Daigneault was already opposed to the project when it was going to be built on Sherbrooke Street. Now it will be right in front of his house, standing as much as 12 metres high with cars passing every few minutes 20 hours per day, seven days a week.