Flooding that has devastated more than 140 Quebec communities is expected to worsen today with rain forecast for much of the southern part of the province. Parts of Ontario, Atlantic Canada and B.C. also are dealing with wet conditions.
Amy Lalonde of Guelph has a therapy horse named Odin in her backyard. But after complaints to the city's bylaw department and humane society, she says she's worried she's going to be told the miniature horse has to go.
A BMW driver is accusing the company of overselling the performance capabilities of one of its electric vehicles, then changing its online advertising after the car failed to measure up.
The CEO of the parent company of Tim Hortons is brushing off skepticism that the British will embrace its double-doubles and Timbits as it readies to open its first location in the United Kingdom next month.
Rick Smith — a Calgary collector who boasts one the largest collections of velvet paintings in North America — gave more than 200 works of art to the Glenbow Museum on Friday. Smith's donated collection was the focal point of a fundraiser for the museum, and every person who attended got to take their very own velvet treasure home to keep.
A community cupboard popped up Fountain Street near Logan Avenue a few days ago, not far from several inner-city missions.
It's been 17 elections and 64 years since the province had a minority situation, but there’s a chance the streak could end on May 9.
Canada's job market is steadily improving, but there's one demographic group where it's especially strong — booming, even.
Jody Mou volunteered on a biochemical engineering project in a University of Toronto lab. The result netted the high school the top honour in a regional biotech science fair.
They are not the first and they may not be the last. A Syrian family who arrived in Calgary in February of last year has named their baby boy after the man who made their settlement in Canada possible.