Explorers have just discovered a new underground passage, complete with stalactites and a lake, all buried beneath the city of Montreal — and they don't know where it ends yet.
CBC News has learned that the Winnipeg Police Service's protocol of making public the names of officers charged with criminal offences was not followed at least three times this year.
A new study offers a glimpse into the state of mind of North Atlantic right whales while they are trapped and dying in fishing gear.
A Quebec Superior Court judge has granted a temporary suspension of the section of Quebec's religious neutrality law that deals with face coverings.
The Federal Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court decision ordering the largest real estate group in the country to make detailed financial information about home sales more open to the public.
The fate of a Toronto man accused of imprisoning a struggling couple in his home, participating in their abuse and forcing them to give up their baby so he could raise it as his own now rests with an Ontario judge.
Cellphone video shows a confrontation between two Winnipeg police officers and a 12-year-old boy, who was allegedly slapped by one of the officers. The unidentified officer is now facing a charge of assault.
A British Columbia woman who killed 14-year-old Reena Virk near a Victoria-area bridge two decades ago has been granted day parole.
‘I feel so let down by Canada’: Radiohead and drum tech’s parents demand answers in his Toronto death
British rock band Radiohead is using its star power to pressure Canadian authorities for answers in the 2012 stage collapse at a Toronto park that killed its drum technician.
After weeks of speculation over whether accused killer Dellen Millard would put himself in the witness box, the Toronto man who has been acting as his own lawyer confirmed in court Wednesday that he won't.