As dozens of people crossed a field of high grass toward the final resting place for at least 50 residential school children, the event name used by organizers, "walk for reconciliation," felt more than symbolic.
Mayor John Tory says Toronto will likely have to open an emergency reception centre within the next week for refugees arriving in the city.
More than 300 Canadian Armed Forces members are on their way to help B.C. communities overwhelmed by floodwaters as they brace themselves for a second round of flooding in the coming days.
The coroner who investigated the Humboldt Broncos bus crash in Saskatchewan says it wasn't until an injured player woke up in hospital and said he wasn't who everyone thought he was that officials realized there had been a big mistake in identifying who had died.
Motorists in many parts of Canada are expected to see rising gasoline prices as they fire up their vehicles for road adventures on the Victoria Day long weekend.
Ontario man experiences ‘lot of emotions’ during 1,200-km walk to Sask. to deliver ‘Humboldt Strong’ sign
As he gets closer to his destination of Humboldt, Sask., Rance Cardinal feels the support continue to build as a huge gathering cheers him during his arrival in Regina.
Paul Bernardo, one of Canada's most infamous killers, will stand trial in October on a weapons charge.
A joint venture between Canada's three largest telecom companies has been selling the real-time location of its subscribers to third parties such as banks and insurance companies that use it for identification verification and other purposes. The telcos say it's always with your explicit consent.
After a week away from their homes, residents in Grand Forks Ruckle neighbourhood were allowed back in briefly today and what they saw shocked many of them.
A national chain of veterinary clinics is scratching a long-standing surgical procedure often derided as cruel and inhumane — declawing cats.