Halloween costume stores seem to be getting the message about cultural appropriation, but some are still stocking offensive costumes, says an Indigenous social media activist.
After more than two years of trying to stop or alter Lululemon founder Chip Wilson's plans to build a huge dock at his Sunshine Coast property, neighbours say noisy construction has now begun on the project.
Here's this week's roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news.
Almost 50 years ago, just 69 per cent of Americans said they could vote for a black man to be the U.S. president — the same number of Canadians who told a pollster this week they could vote for a party led by a Sikh.
A fuel shortage in Churchill has been averted with major help from a local company, Calm Air. Executives of Omnitrax Rail told CBC News on Friday the company was forced to cancel a shipment of gas scheduled for the northern town because the province of Manitoba would not certify the storage tanks.
Inuit in Canada and Greenland are calling for a stop to a rocket launch next week, over fears the rocket's fuel may contaminate a rich Arctic ecosystem they rely on for food.
New buyers can expect home ownership to become even less affordable next year, while current owners will be largely insulated from higher rates.
A Manitoba garter snake researcher says he is sad, disgusted and perplexed after finding dozens of garter snakes butchered and beaten near one of their wintering dens.
Celiac disease is common but mostly goes undiagnosed, say Canadian nutrition researchers who studied the blood work of nearly 3,000 people.
After spending her first 2 ½ years of life in a hospital, Joy Finnimore is finally home in Portage la Prairie.