The company in charge said the decision was made as a result of "changes in market conditions."
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and new B.C. Premier John Horgan sidestepped the contentious debate on the future of the planned Trans Mountain pipeline expansion as the two leaders held a first meeting in Ottawa.
An ongoing suicide crisis, the beleaguered inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and police relations will be among the many hot topics of discussion as hundreds of First Nations chiefs sit down for three days of meetings starting Tuesday.
The result of Saturday's merger vote between Alberta's Progressive Conservative and Wildrose parties, the new United Conservative Party has a good shot at defeating Rachel Notley's New Democrats — but in mergers, one plus one does not always equal two.
Canada's health minister, the province of Ontario and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation have signed a deal on health care, a "landmark" agreement they say will begin the process of decolonizing the provision of care in the province's north.
Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has a new Indigenous-led oversight committee, backed by the federal government, to monitor the controversial project's construction which is slated to begin in September.
The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has lost its fourth staff member, CBC News has learned. Chantale Courcy was the commission's director of operations until Monday.
Shares in alternative lender Home Capital surged on Thursday after media reports suggested the company was close to a deal for new financing following the end of an OSC investigation.
As of Dec. 1, Canadians will no longer have to pay cellular providers to unlock their phones, and as of that date, providers must do the work free of charge, the CRTC has announced.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will announce more than $1 billion in funding for the second stage of Ottawa's LRT project on Friday, CBC News has learned.