The possibility that 300 Greyhound Canada bus drivers and mechanics in Ontario and Quebec would walk off the job Sunday night has been averted, according to a union spokesperson who told CBC News an agreement with the company has been reached.
The black market will continue in Alberta if the province goes with a government-run sales model for recreational marijuana, predicts a mid-level dealer who has been selling dope in Calgary for nearly 20 years.
A 37-year-old woman and her one-year-old twin girls are dead after an early-morning fire in Quebec's Haute-Gaspésie region.
A national shortage of RCMP officers has prompted a Saskatchewan town to reluctantly accept English-speaking officers rather than bilingual officers. But the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages in Ottawa has launched an official investigation.
The federal government and Inuit have launched a task force to examine the tuberculosis crisis across Inuit Nunangat. Among Inuit, the rate of the lung disease in 2015 was more than 270 times higher than the rate among Canadian-born non-Indigenous people.
Laid-off Sears Canada workers say the hardship fund set up to help them is pointless because any payout counts as income and is deducted from their employment insurance benefits.
Whether it's swimming with dolphins, feeding monkeys or riding elephants, our compulsion to snap, post and share wildlife selfies is contributing to the exploitation of animals.
The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is losing two more staffers.
The next mayor of Les Éboulements, Que. will definitely be Pierre Tremblay, but voters will have to decide which one.
Two seniors have been living in a borrowed minivan since May because they cannot afford to find a place to live.