More than 600 people from Little Grand Rapids and 45 from nearby Pauingassi First Nation were evacuated from the fly-in communities Wednesday, with hundreds more expected to leave Thursday as a massive fire continues to burn near the eastern Manitoba communities.
Officials with Grassy Narrows First Nation are scheduled to publicly release findings of a new report linking a number of "grave" health problems in the community linked to eating contaminated fish.
Car2go, the prominent car-sharing company with tens of thousands of users in Toronto, will stop operations in the city on May 31, it announced Thursday in a news release.
The Ontario Liberals release an audio recording that allegedly features Doug Ford trying to sell "bogus memberships" to help secure the nomination of the current PC candidate in his home riding.
The federal government is planning to refurbish and augment the Canadian air force’s fleet of search and rescue helicopters.
Can insurance companies like Aviva secretly plant cameras in a private business in the hope of catching it doing something wrong? That’s the question an Ontario court will address next month.
On Wednesday, Mike Gardiner and hundreds of other VIA Rail passengers were parked on the sidings in Irma, Alta. They were already more than 30 hours late on their journey from Toronto to Vancouver, and the frustration was growing.
A boy believed to be three years old is dead after he was found in a vehicle in Burlington, Ont., Halton Regional Police say.
Work has begun on Iqaluit's Federal Road — and with it, a first for Nunavut's capital: traffic lights.
For decades, there were rumours that stocks of Agent Orange had been buried at CFB Gagetown. One former soldier tells CBC News he saw it happen.