Catherine McKenna is floating the idea of a joint Ottawa-B.C. panel of scientists to enhance existing research on oil spills as feds continue to push
A team of Canadian and international scientists say they discovered the "impending collision of 14 young, starbursting galaxies" that will become a ma
A memorial is set to take place at North York Civic Centre for the 23-year-old Friday evening.
Deep price discounts for western Canadian heavy crude have convinced Husky Energy Inc. to reduce production from its oilsands operations.
The new Community Justice centres move justice out of the traditional courtroom and into a community setting to help connect individuals with support
In a decision on Thursday, J. David Wake recommended Brown receive a reprimand.
The city of Brockville continues to plan for the eventual closure of its largest employer Procter & Gamble.
Construction has begun on a massive new revitalization plan on Montreal’s Sainte-Catherine Street.
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson and Theatre Sports teamed up to do just that to raise money for the United Way All in for Youth campaign.
There is no live camera feed from the Montreal General Hospital's psychiatric ER to the main security desk.
In Saskatchewan, 27 people died from workplace-related injuries or illnesses in 2017. The Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) recently reported that m
The City of Regina has announced that the athletic fields and baseball diamonds are scheduled to open Monday, April 30, with a few exceptions.
NSGEU President Jason MacLean says the nurse was 33 weeks pregnant when the alleged incident occurred.
It is expected the first government-operated retail store and online sales will be up and running by end summer 2018.
Montreal police are asking students who may have been approached by a man near schools in Beaconsfield to come forward and speak to them.
London firefighters are reminding the public of the dangers of careless smoking after a string of blazes, including one that left a London man with ex
The video obtained from a Yonge Street storefront, shows the van speeding down the wide sidewalk at 1:24 p.m.
Montreal's Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough wants to ban smoking in public parks.
Vilification of Victoria’s 'raw sewage' has been driven by a combination of politics, fear and emotional appeals. Sound familiar?
Massive animals walked in the area — including mammoths, mastodons, North American camels and huge, 8,000-pound sloths — and where these creatures