Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's office says her government is tabling legislation that will end the province's college strike, after negotiations reached an impasse.
Jennifer Jerome moved her family from Fort McPherson to Whitehorse last June, in large part, because the N.W.T. health-care system was too 'frustrating.'
What does passing a stopped school bus with its lights flashing have to do with the Ontario government selling pot?
Loblaws said Wednesday it plans to close 22 unprofitable stores. The retailer also says it will begin rolling out an internet-based home-delivery service starting in December.
The Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway officially opened Wednesday with a ceremonial ribbon cutting and inaugural drive to the Arctic coastal community Tuktoyaktuk. The $300 million project took four years to complete, but has been on the minds of some for decades.
Almost every month for a year, lawsuits have been filed against the Catholic Church in New Brunswick by alleged victims seeking compensation for sexual abuse by priests. At least 56 lawsuits against 11 priests are before the courts, CBC News has found
When the Ontario Liberals tried to discredit PC Leader Patrick Brown by calling into question the fighting record of one of his candidates, former NHL player Troy Crowder, it backfired and put the Liberals on defence. Crowder's opponent, Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault, said sorry for the "stunt."
Shoppers Drug Mart is looking to hire a medical marijuana brand manager as it tries to position itself in the burgeoning cannabis market, even though it is not currently legal to distribute the drug through pharmacies.
Montreal's Concordia University warned students Monday evening of social media invitations masked as professional development opportunities that have resulted in reported drugging and sexual assault.
Caroline Ouellette and Julie Chu, the former captains of the Canadian and U.S. women's hockey teams, respectively, welcomed their first child on Nov. 5.