The B.C. government is proposing to restrict new transportation of diluted bitumen — a diluted type of crude oil from Alberta — as part of a second phase of regulations to improve the province's preparedness and response to potential oil spills.
Alcohol and marijuana were in Tina Fontaine's blood when she died, a toxicologist told court on Tuesday during the trial for the man accused of killing the 15-year-old girl.
The statue of Edward Cornwallis will soon be temporarily removed from a downtown Halifax park, after regional council voted 12-4 in favour of putting the bronze figure in storage.
Shaw Communications Inc. has announced a massive staff-reduction program that asks some 6,500 employees to consider taking voluntary buyouts as the company looks to cut its workforce.
A man and woman who were allegedly fleeing a bank robbery were arrested in Bouctouche, N.B., on Monday after they stopped at a Tim Hortons drive-thru.
The first day of testimony in the trial of Gerald Stanley, the man accused of killing Colten Boushie in August 2016, offered the first glimpse of what happened that day. It also spurred stern questions from Stanley's defence lawyer about the RCMP's investigative methods.
The Green Party of Canada has launched an investigation after allegations emerged that its leader Elizabeth May is guilty of workplace bullying and creating a toxic work environment.
The recall applies to Green Field frozen shredded young coconut as well as shredded coconut from the brands Captain's Choice and Coconut Tree.
Edmonton police praised a 19-year-old woman who first reported child abuse in a northeast Edmonton townhouse in December.
If you've got money in the bank but are reluctant to be tied down, buying a home in Calgary probably isn't the best idea right now. You'll likely do better to rent and invest your cash in other things. Don't believe it? Take a hard look at the numbers.