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Mike Armstrong

Mike Armstrong and his wife are facing a lawsuit from their former real estate agency over commission after their buyer disappeared before the closing date for two cabins on Lake Errock.

5/6/2021 7:00:00 AM

Larry Pynn

Tree poaching is up in an area on Vancouver Island and some are calling for higher fines and more enforcement.

5/6/2021 8:06:21 AM


Nearly one year ago, as the first detailed picture emerged of the true scale of the horror faced by residents of Ontario's long-term care system during the pandemic, a visibly emotional Premier Doug Ford vowed his government would conduct a full investigation. Now it turns out that didn't happen.

5/6/2021 12:33:57 PM

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Alberta is changing how it calculates the payments oilsands mines make to ensure there's enough money to clean up the mess they leave behind — a move the province says is in reaction to low oil prices last year, which briefly reached negative values.

5/6/2021 3:02:05 PM

Lisa Stonehouse

The first Albertan to die from a rare blood clot condition linked to a COVID-19 vaccine was turned away from an Edmonton hospital two days before her death, a family friend says.

5/6/2021 8:00:00 AM

MLA Steve Norn wearing mask

MLA Steve Norn accused Yellowknife chiefs of promoting 'hate, racism, [and] death threats' in a lengthy response to their calls for him to resign over his breach of isolation.

5/5/2021 7:20:42 PM

CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent

The Canadian Coast Guard will get two new heavy icebreakers, the Liberal government announced today — a significant decision that critics say is meant to avoid making political waves ahead of the next federal election.

5/6/2021 9:43:38 AM


Hospitalizations from opioids, alcohol and stimulants rose during first seven months of pandemic, compared to the same time in 2019, according to a new report by the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).

5/6/2021 2:01:00 AM

Khalsa Darbar Covid Vaccine Clinic

Ontario's top doctor boasted the province could deliver 500,000 COVID-19 vaccines per day if supply allowed. CBC News checked with every public health unit and confirmed the number is actually far lower. The province continues to aim to administer 150,000 doses per day.

5/6/2021 3:00:00 AM

adora Nwofor

Police services and politicians in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta have said they were listening, but advocates from Winnipeg to Calgary say change has been minimal at best.

4/25/2021 3:00:00 AM