A Red Deer County man had a harrowing encounter with two escaped inmates from the Red Deer Remand Centre.
Koodo, Telus’s discount wireless brand, is shifting entirely to e-billing, sparking complaints from customers, including seniors, who still want paper bills. In response, advocacy groups have filed a complaint with the CRTC to try to stop the move.
Former deputy premier Joe Savikataaq will now lead the territory, after MLAs ousted Paul Quassa Thursday. This is the first time a sitting Nunavut premier has lost a non-confidence vote.
The coroners inquest into the 2008 death of Lisa Dudley wrapped up on Wednesday, but for the only person who reported the gunshots to police, the inquest hasn't delivered relief after a decade of regret.
Hossein Koshkoye Delshad lost his wife and youngest son in a fire in North Vancouver on Monday. He invited a CBC reporter into his hospital room to tell his story, hoping to send a message to other families and prevent another tragedy.
Mark Arishenkoff and Kyle MacQuarrie have eight kids between them and a giant pile of dirty nappies ready for composting.
A study by the C.D. Howe Institute heard from patients who said they had to delay treatments or switch to inferior alternatives because they couldn't fill their prescriptions.
The Canadian dollar has seen its share of volatility this year as trade tensions between the U.S. and Canada reached a fever pitch over the weekend, and analysts don't anticipate an upside for the currency any time soon.
Canada's total oil production should increase to 5.6 million barrels per day by 2035 — a 33 per cent increase over 2017 levels, according to a new industry forecast.
It isn't every day Churchill, Man., is the warmest spot in Canada, but that's exactly what happened when the small northern town broke its own 68-year-old warm-weather record this week.