Time is running out for Uber and the Quebec government to reach a deal - they have until midnight or the ride-hailing service will have to suspend operations.
An independent report prepared for the Liberal government says the coast guard fleet is so old that it has almost fully depreciated. The scathing assessment is the latest warning about the state of the service.
The CRTC today begins two days of hearings in Gatineau, Que., on the $25 skinny basic TV package. Many customers have complained the packages aren't such a great deal, but critics wonder if hearings are the best way to solve the problem.
A family living in B.C. paid $6,500 to have their father transported from Victoria to Moose Jaw, Sask., in an ambulance to fulfil his last wish.
Search and rescue officials still hope to find two people alive after two bodies and a boat that sank near St. John's harbour were recovered in the Cape Spear area, in an incident that has touched three generations of fishermen.
As Syrian refugee families who arrived in Canada in recent months prepare to send their children to their first day of school, educators with extensive multicultural experience offer advice on how to make them feel welcome and safe.
While the federal government is intent on tweaking the country's national energy regulator, a former pipeline review panel member suggests the NEB needs to overhaul how it reviews major pipeline projects.
Yoga Mégantic, the first major event in the downtown core since the July 6, 2013 disaster, brought together more than 450 yogis to Veteran's Park.
It’s time to put up or shut up, although Calgary police are downplaying the competitiveness of it.
Transport Canada says it has found safety deficiencies on the Canadian side of one of the busiest border crossings with the United States.