Federal cabinet ministers are set for an in-depth discussion of the practical and political pressures being placed on the Liberal government by a rising number of asylum seekers in Canada.
Giving Indigenous people a greater say in the operation of national parks and the creation of new protected areas is on the agenda at a major conference in Alberta this week.
Manitoba's Mike McEwen defeated local favourite Brad Gushue 8-4 in Sunday's early draw at the Tim Hortons Brier in St. John's on Sunday.
A century-old mansion in Newport Landing, N.S., that went viral last month after it was listed for less than the average price of a Toronto home has been sold.
Acclaimed novelist Joseph Boyden, who has been dogged by controversy in recent months, says writers must be careful when "you're going onto somebody else's turf."
A major winter storm is brewing, Environment Canada says. Special weather statements have been issued for Regina and southeastern parts of the province.
It’s estimated the Fort McMurray rebuild will inject $5.3 billion into the Canadian economy and generate 9,000 jobs. A job fair hopes to match job seekers with businesses looking for workers.
Poorly insulated mouldy homes. Snow coming through the windows. Mattresses in the living room. Whole families living in a bedroom. A dozen plus living under one roof. A senate report calls on the federal government to address a long-standing housing issue in Canada's North.
The City of Ottawa is offering some prime spots to would-be urban campers on Canada Day weekend — but they don't come cheap.
Toronto illustrator Danielle Dufault is one of only a handful of people around the world called on to create artistic renderings of the mysterious creatures that roamed the Earth millions of years ago.