Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday the government is prepared to increase health-care spending by an eye-popping $196.1 billion over the next decade — a cash injection the government is pitching as a generational fix for an ailing system.
The man who made dozens of hoax calls to staff at the care home that would later record Canada's first death from COVID-19 has been sentenced for his "elaborate, dangerous and damaging deception," though he won't serve any more time beyond bars for the crime.
The Dances With Wolves actor facing sexual assault charges in B.C. and Nevada is now accused of offences in Alberta.
Re-ticketing in New York City is not shocking or surprising, advocates in Montreal say. But getting a job is often not as easy as the migrants think and overburdened community services are struggling to handle everyone crossing into Canada.
New numbers released by the Canadian Red Cross show the organization provided assistance to nearly 100,000 households, more than any other natural disaster in Canada.
Two teen girls who are charged with second-degree murder in connection with what police have called a "swarming" attack on Toronto man Ken Lee in December have been denied bail.
The former chief medical officer of health for British Columbia's Interior region has been found guilty of repeated sexual offences against a young Alberta boy.
First Nations leaders are denouncing the prime minister's pledge to advocate for Indigenous people during health-care talks with premiers this week — offered in lieu of an actual seat at the table — as an insult.
A funeral was held Tuesday morning at Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption Cathedral in Moncton for Acadian senator, actor and cultural icon Viola Léger.
A bargaining update sent to some union workers Tuesday around 11 a.m., which CBC has obtained a copy of, states that the city has informed the union it is unable to budge on wages, "amongst other things."