Is this real? Only a select few have ever laid eyes on this sea arch, tucked away in Nunavut, so CBC decided to find out more.
An angry and bitter cousin of Barry Sherman has failed a lie detector test after making unsubstantiated allegations that the former Apotex CEO was part of an aborted plot to kill his wife two decades ago.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday he must do more to stop B.C. from blocking the Kinder-Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it is unlikely he’ll ever return to live at 24 Sussex Drive, the deteriorating, mouse-infested, hydro-draining and oft-spoofed official residence of Canada's head of government.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has found former Mountie Alan John Davidson guilty of indecently assaulting five teenage boys while he was a minor hockey and baseball coach in the B.C. Interior during the 1970s and '80s.
Etienne Basenge helped his family jump from the second storey of their Dartmouth, N.S., townhouse after an explosion that left him with second- and third-degree burns to much of his body.
New data from Elections Canada show the Conservatives narrowly raised more money than the Liberals in the last quarter of 2017, taking $5.8 million to $5.1 million for the governing party.
Questions about edible pot reached new heights on Monday after CBC Toronto learned that two Toronto police officers had been suspended for allegedly ingesting marijuana edibles, hallucinating and calling for help while on duty.
A wonderful evening in Newtown gave Michael Winsor a photo that captured first place in a Canadian Geographic magazine competition.
Restrained man found in alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur’s apartment at time of arrest, sources say
Sources have confirmed that a man was found restrained in Bruce McArthur's apartment on the morning he was arrested by Toronto police.