Longtime Hockey Night in Canada play-by-play commentator Jim Hughson is retiring, ending a 42-year career that includes a dozen Stanley Cup finals, two World Series and two Olympic Games.
The Prince Edward Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission has set the maximum allowable annual rent increase at one per cent effective Jan. 1.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has shuffled his cabinet. Tyler Shandro leaves the health portfolio for labour and immigration. Jason Copping moves from labour and immigration to become the province’s health minister.
Tyler Shandro will no longer be the minister of health in Alberta as of this afternoon, according to government officials.
A leading international economic watchdog urged developed countries to put more effort into providing low-income countries with coronavirus vaccines in order to ensure that the global recovery from the pandemic is more even.
Fredericton won’t know who will be its next MP until Wednesday — at the earliest. On Tuesday, the day after the federal election, Elections Canada is verifying 2,283 local mail-in ballots, which will be counted on Wednesday.
Critically ill COVID-19 patients in B.C.’s north are being flown as far away as Vancouver Island to receive care because local hospitals no longer have enough capacity, provincial officials said Tuesday.
Health officials are set to provide an update on COVID-19 in B.C. on Tuesday morning.
The Toronto Raptors have completed their 20-player training camp roster by officially announcing the of addition guard-forward Svi Mykhailiuk and signing forward Reggie Perry.
Hundreds demonstrated in locked-down Melbourne on Tuesday after authorities shut down construction sites in the city for two weeks saying the frequent movement of workers was spreading the coronavirus into regional areas.
The funding came from nearly $17 million worth of alcohol and about $100,000 in cannabis sold by the Nunavut Liquor and Cannabis Commission (NULC) from April 2020 to March 2021.
Mike Morrice is the incoming MP in Kitchener Centre and as one of two Green Party of Canada candidates to win their seat, he says he hopes to work with parties across the floor in Parliament to ensure work is being done to help communities.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit reported 17 new COVID-19 cases the death of a man in his 40s who was partially vaccinated on Tuesday.
The Thunder Bay Police Services Board has voted to move forward with increasing security outside city police headquarters on Balmoral Street, but funding for the $107,000 project would need to come from the city budget.
Public health officials have identified two cases of COVID-19 at Macdonald Drive Elementary in St. John’s. It is not clear if the cases are among students or staff.
Daniel Henry Dube was sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to accessory to murder in the death of 20-year-old Brandon Martin in 2019.
Waterloo region is under a special weather statement. Rain will begin Tuesday, with significant rainfall amounts continuing into Thursday morning, Environment Canada warned.
Hungary was ordered by FIFA on Tuesday to play its next World Cup qualifier without spectators as punishment for the latest racial abuse by its supporters when England played in Budapest.
Dr. Brent Roussin, chief provincial public health officer, and Dana Rudy, deputy minister for education, will hold an online video news conference at 2 p.m. CBC News will live stream the briefing on our website.
With 25 new cases announced Tuesday, Nova Scotia now has 137 active cases, and nine people are in hospital with COVID-19.
P.E.I. Premier Dennis King says the province appears to be successful in its handling of the recent COVID-19 outbreak at Charlottetown’s West Royalty Elementary.
‘Luckily for the Yukon’s (and the country’s) fight against COVID-19, the most muted of the colourful carried the day,’ writes Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox, as she ponders what the pandemic election means for the future of the North.
Greater Sudbury Police are pursuing a man involved in two collisions Tuesday morning in the area near Longyear Drive and the Falconbridge Highway.
Rylee Nepinak biked from Vancouver to Halifax to raise awareness about Indigenous youth suicide prevention after Tataskweyak Cree Nation in Manitoba declared a state of emergency this summer. He arrived in Halifax on Monday.
Dr. Michael Patterson, Nunavut’s chief public health officer, said in a news release that both people “are doing well and are isolating.” It brings the total of active cases in Nunavut to five.
It could be at least another day before voters in the riding of Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley know who will represent them in Ottawa.
The Windsor Essex County Health Unit reports two more people have died due to COVID-19. The health unit also confirms there has been an increase of 39 new cases.
Weeks after declaring his candidacy for mayor of Calgary, former MP and MLA Kent Hehr says he’s dropping out of the race.
Despite a close loss against the incumbent Liberal candidate Michael McLeod, the NDP’s Kelvin Kotchilea, who was a near second place, isn’t too beat up about it. And, he says, he’ll be running in the next election.
The Argonauts on Tuesday announced veteran coach Chris Jones has joined Ryan Dinwiddie’s staff as a defensive consultant. Previously, he served as the club’s defensive coordinator, assistant head coach and assistant general manager from 2012-2013.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in the Thunder Bay district continues to drop after hitting its highest level in three months.
An official with Elections Canada says she has not received any direct complaints about voting access problems related to COVID-19.
President Joe Biden used his first address before the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday to declare that the world stands and at an “inflection point in history” and must move quickly and co-operatively to address the festering issues of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and human rights abuse.