After nearly two decades without a residential addictions treatment facility in Nunavut, the community of Cambridge Bay has found its own culturally-tailored solution: a mobile treatment centre on the land.
With grizzly bears dying from train strikes at an alarming rate in the rail corridor between Banff and Yoho national parks since 2000, researchers have been studying why. Now there are signs that measures being taken by researchers, Parks Canada and the railway may be starting to stem the losses.
If you were blind and walked into a coffee shop, how would you find the counter to place an order? New technology being installed in Toronto is making that easy.
On July 10, Joe Howlett and the rest of the Shelagh crew were racing toward North Atlantic right whale No. 4123, hoping to save it. It would be Howlett's final voyage.
An officer's allegation he was discriminated against by Halifax Regional Police after he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder is being investigated by the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission.
Colombian immigrant Lido Pimienta has won the 2017 Polaris Music Prize for her album La Papessa.
A dead North Atlantic right whale has been brought to the beaches of New Brunswick's Miscou Island where a necropsy is expected to be performed.
A Calgary fraudster described by a judge as greedy and unremorseful has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for masterminding a nearly $9-million Ponzi scheme that affected about 160 investors, mostly from Alberta and B.C.
Researchers concerned that middle and high school students in Canada who tried an e-cigarette are twice as likely to be susceptible to smoking cigarettes.
A Calgary woman who pleaded guilty to fraud after pretending to have breast cancer and to have lost everything in the Fort McMurray fires will not spend time behind bars if she respects the conditions of her probation.