The glory days may be behind the city, but three years after oil prices started to fall, Calgary is starting to shrug off the downturn.
The CF-18 demonstration team’s Canada 150 painted jet conducted a flyby over Percival Molson Stadium before kickoff at the Alouettes' homeopener last night, and it freaked out a whole bunch of Montrealers, renewing calls for an end to such air events.
It's been nearly nine years since Jan Buterman was fired as a substitute teacher by the Greater St. Albert Catholic school board after notifying them he was transgender. On Friday, Alberta's highest court dismissed his appeal.
Bookstore giant Indigo has stopped selling a gift card celebrating Montreal's 375th anniversary after an illustrator complained her design had been plagiarized.
Victoria fire crews and a fire boat are battling what appears to be a large fire on a barge in the Gorge Waterway
Ontario will announce reforms to ticket selling legislation on Monday, after a public consultation found widespread support for more transparent sales and more rules for resellers.
An Alberta Health Services employee has been suspended after using a racial slur to refer to a Kainai Board of Education school principal in a text message.
The association that represents veterinarians in Nova Scotia is trying to find a way to increase controls around opioids and crack down on owners using their pets' medication.
Fifteen years after the federal Species at Risk Act was adopted as a key environmental protection strategy, the majority of listed species are not receiving basic protections afforded to them under the law, according to new research.
The Liberal government says it is seeking "clarity" from the Federal Court on two aspects of a compliance order issued in May by a quasi-judicial human rights tribunal on the delivery of First Nations child health care.