Thousands of properties in B.C. remain under evacuation order or alert Friday as hundreds of fires burn across the province, some fuelled Thursday by consistently warm temperatures and strong winds.
A backlog of some 23,000 aspiring immigrants with expired or soon-to-be expired documents are waiting to enter Canada. The government says it's working to get caught up, but some of them have gone months without any word.
U.S. President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser says he's looking forward to the resumption of land border travel between Canada and the U.S.
A heat wave is expected to kill all juvenile chinook salmon in California's Sacramento River, wildlife officials say. Meanwhile, climate change and extreme heat waves are hitting Canada’s salmon, too, on both coasts. We look at how bad it is here and what can be done to save our salmon.
The deal is worth nearly $41.6 million over five years to build on Yukon's own effort to make $10 a day childcare available for children under age 6. It's also set to boost the minimum wage to $30 an hour for fully qualified early childhood educators.
The late Alex Trebek, who began his career at the CBC and hosted the iconic game show Jeopardy for 37 years, is being honoured with a grant program that aims to award $400,000 annually to emerging Canadian explorers, scientists, educators and photographers.
Residents of a village in Colchester County, N.S., have rallied around a family who became homeless earlier this year — with the goal of building them a house in a matter of weeks.
A wildfire attack crew looking for a newly started forest fire instead found a man who had been missing in the rugged backcountry of Garibaldi Provincial Park, north of Vancouver.
Governor general-designate Mary Simon spoke with the Queen for the first time Thursday.
Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc leaders say Indigenous people across Canada have been inundated with ground penetrating radar specialist requests to survey former residential schools grounds and worry that some may be taken advantage of.