This flight of human capital will have real costs for Alberta, and they’re ones that Jason Kenney’s government should be particularly nervous about, says Max Fawcett.
At least 49 active cases of COVID-19 are linked to a wedding held earlier this month in Calgary.
Saskatchewan’s Salvation Army commander wants people who are experiencing homelessness, or are close to it, to know that they do not have to live in the winter cold despite COVID-19 regulations at shelters.
The city clerk says people should have started getting their voting cards in the mail Monday.
Advance voting for the provincial election starts Tuesday, with polls open from noon to 8 p.m. CST daily until Saturday.
Montreal students of all ages are being asked to take part in a potentially ground-breaking study to determine how widely COVID-19 is spreading among young people and how it has affected their mental health.
In the documentary Audrey’s Story, Jolene Banning shows the labour and the heartache that went into discovering how provincial police failed to properly investigate the death of her aunt.
The CRTC has approved an Elon Musk-owned company’s application to provide low earth orbit satellite internet to rural Canadians.
Chad Beck is standing trial for second-degree murder after the Crown rejected a plea deal from the defence for manslaughter.
Programming and addressing complex needs of the Indigenous homeless population is necessary for changing social issues says Michelle Kinney, deputy minister of Health and Social Development with the Nunatsiavut Government.
Quebec reported more than 1,000 cases again on Monday and there are 92 people in intensive care. Here’s what you need to know.
The city of Fredericton has begun work on a report into how it’s policies and operations are affecting racialized people in the city.
A former Vancouver psychologist whose work as an expert witness in child custody battles has been repeatedly questioned by his professional regulator cannot be sued in relation to that work, a B.C. judge has ruled.
Quarantine has been pretty lonely for Lavenia Angutituar, who is holed up with her toddler in a Winnipeg hotel for two weeks before she can return home to Nunavut, but a local delivery service has provided some much needed comfort and connection.
The Winnipeg School Division will begin the process of potentially renaming Cecil Rhodes School, starting with consulting with students, parents and members of the community.
Two Winnipeg men who’ve tested positive for COVID-19 say they’ve lost faith in the province’s ability to do contact tracing properly.
A Sudbury woman says her mother’s mental health decline while in long-term care could have been prevented had caregivers been allowed access to their loved ones during the first wave of COVID-19.
The recent discovery of a set of fossilized footprints could put P.E.I. on the world stage in the annals of ancient reptiles.
The checkpoint at Confederation Bridge nets two impaired drivers, and small businesses coping during the pandemic.
A Liberal official complained to his superiors last year about the Prime Minister’s Office playing an overbearing role in the judicial appointment process, warning that partisan considerations have created the “potential for a scandal,” according to emails obtained by Radio-Canada.
Since the Sept. 17 launch of Sipekne’katik First Nation’s Mi’kmaw-regulated lobster fishery in Nova Scotia, hundreds of Mi’kmaq have shown their support for the community through volunteering.
With the Ontario government proposing a new recycling system that relieves municipal governments of running blue box programs, experts are expecting to see the cost passed on to consumers in the form of higher prices for packaged goods.
Parks Canada has installed 18 new electric-vehicle charging stations this year on P.E.I. to promote sustainable travel when visiting the sites.
A proposal for a new bike lane on peninsular Halifax is getting pushback from locals worried about the potential loss of trees and parking.
The fall sitting of the Nova Scotia legislature is shaping up to be as short as last spring’s 13-day sitting and with new COVID-19 restrictions, debate may be more disjointed.
Host and archivist Mary Powder reunites Inuit with stories from CBC North’s vast Inuktitut language archives by replaying them for the descendants of the original storytellers, some of whom are hearing them for the very first time.
Each year at the Sudbury ROCKS! race, Tannys Laughren waits at the finish line, cheering on participants as they finish their race. But this year, people like Laughren will be cheering the runners on virtually, as the event is now online.
During council’s virtual meeting Monday, following a report on other locations in the city for curlers to access, Ward 10 Counc. Jim Morrison motioned for the city to ask the club’s board to reconsider its earlier decision. The motion passed with six in favour and five against.
Moncton councillors voted to privatize residential garbage collection in the city and stick with bags instead of curbside carts.
One of London’s staple Halloween shops says business has been a “slow-go,” as people in the region question whether to celebrate the spooky day with modifications, or skip the festivity altogether.
The London, Ont. couple behind Reimagine Co, the city’s first ‘waste-free’ retail operation, is getting into the grocery business with plans to open a grocery store with the same philosophy next month.
A decision on whether or not to grant heritage status to two houses on Ann Street that stand in the way of plans to build a 22-storey tower was deferred to a future meeting.
Ocean Choice International says it will adapt its contentious proposal for a new wharf and cold storage facility in Conception Bay South’s Long Pond harbour, although it is not — yet, at least — saying how.