The day after President Nicolás Maduro said his government would launch the “Petro” crypto-currency to break through the U.S. “financial blockade,” experts, including some of the
A grieving mother, clutching a feather gifted to her by an elder, wiped back tears on Monday as she recounted the torment of losing her daughter -- one of dozens of missing and
Police arrested one man and were looking for another Monday in the fatal shooting of a Good Samaritan in Hamilton, Ont. They say a second-degree murder warrant has been issued for
A Newfoundland woman came to the rescue of an expecting mother who suddenly went into labour in a drug store parking lot. She had no medical training, but she’d seen it done on TV.
The federal transport minister offered reassurances Monday a new Montreal bridge will be safe despite a published report that some 2,000 defects have been found in parts
Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca says Ontario is spending $93 million -- up from a previously announced $45 million -- this year to help 120 communities build bike lanes and
The B.C. Court of Appeal says the provincial government will not have to pay the full $8 million in compensation awarded to a man who spent 27 years in prison before he was
A man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his wife because he wanted her to "stop talking" before hiding her body outside the home they shared.
Disabled Canadian veterans are in court trying to force the federal government to restore benefits for those injured in the line of service. The feds want the suit thrown out.
Some of the biggest job cuts at Veterans Affairs in recent years have been in the disability awards branch — the division targeted in a recent auditor general's report for taking
One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's first picks for the Senate has been named leader of the growing bloc of Independent senators.
Many senators who lived through the auditor general's recent review of expenses say the process cost too much and took too long — but the next step could be trying, too, as
Hearings in Thunder Bay for the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls began Monday with emotional testimony by the mother of Delaine Copenace, the
The mother of Delaine Copenace, who was found dead in Kenora, Ont., in March, believes her daughter was killed despite a coroner's finding that the 16-year-old drowned.
Former Sportsnet broadcaster Gregg Zaun apologizes "for any harm or distress which may have been caused by my comments with any female colleagues over the recent past."
Hamilton police arrest one man in the Saturday shooting death of Yosif Al-Hasnawi, and identify a second suspect they say is armed and dangerous.
The lawyers for the two men convicted in the Surrey Six slayings are going after the secret legal documents that led to a stay of murder and conspiracy charges against Jamie Bacon
Calgary police say they are investigating after two women in the same neighbourhood received racially charged letters that threaten extreme violence against them, signed with a
There's a giant rock surrounded by yellow-painted curbs in a northwest Calgary parking lot and drivers can't seem to stop hitting it.
A viral post about a $15 box of tampons sold at the Calgary International Airport led to some changes in the ladies room over the weekend.
A bill introduced Monday avoids some key steps to clamp down on PACs. It doesn’t explicitly ban corporate and union donations to PACs, nor does it legislate a cap, as it has done
One of two Edmonton Remand Centre inmates hospitalized last week after suspected drug overdoses has died, a spokesperson from Alberta Justice and Solicitor General said.
A company that was sanctioned by the Saskatchewan government for offering fake jobs to would-be immigrants from China, has changed its name, but is still facing allegations of
The province unveiled its climate change strategy on Monday and it does not include a carbon tax.
A Winnipeg man is in a coma after causing a disturbance inside a Main Street store Saturday and family say they just want answers as to why.
In March, OPP constable Jeffrey Lobsinger remembers it starting as a typical spring day with the ice slowly melting near Thessalon where he’s stationed. He never imagined he’d be
Sudbury Police say a 51-year-old man is facing several charges, after allegedly stealing a vehicle and fleeing from police.
The chair of the Shores of Erie Wine Festival says the annual event "will no longer happen" after being fined for liquor license offences connected to the death of an employee.
Richard Scott Raymond has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 15 years, by a judge in Windsor on Monday. Raymond pleaded guilty to second degree murder in
A London police officer charged two weeks ago with sexual assault is now facing additional charges of harassment that stem from the Waterloo region.
The Caressant Care Nursing Home in Woodstock is admitting patients again as of today after the Ministry of Health ordered the home to cease admissions in January. The same
A new report that looks at investment along the LRT corridor found that between 2011 and 2016 the value of new buildings in the corridor grew an estimated $2.1B, says the Region of
Residents of Waterloo region and Wellington county who have had issues accessing doctors might see some relief with a project that introduces virtual visits to the doctor.
The board of health voted today to endorse a report that recommends Hamilton should have at least one supervised injection site.
Toronto police have launched an investigation into how officers handled the disappearance and death of a young woman in the city's Church and Wellesley neighbourhood last weekend,
Students and teachers at a Caledon, Ont. high school have donated nearly 9,000 pairs of black socks to a Toronto charity that helps homeless people.
CBC Ottawa listeners and viewers helped raise a total of $130,787.30 as part of the station's annual charity fundraiser, with all proceeds going to the Ottawa Food Bank.
Some Para Transpo users are frustrated the city plans to continue to put millions into OC Transpo without improvements to service for the disabled.
The Quebec government is moving ahead with an exploratory study for a third link — either another bridge or a tunnel — between Quebec City and Lévis.
Sherri Leger and Jennifer Miller-Poitras, both mothers of children with learning challenges, says the best option for some students is not an inclusive classroom in a public school