During the campaign, voters heard a slew of promises and accusations from party leaders. So with the results now in hand, what are Calgary residents worried about or eager to see next?
Provincial police say a group of 11 people were fishing when they were swept up by the tide.
Another Quebec municipality was evacuated due to forest fires Friday evening. The 2,000 residents of Lebel-sur-Quévillon were called to leave their homes as a nearby blaze approached the community.
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault says that cooperation is still possible between the federal government and Premier Danielle Smith’s newly re-elected UCP government in Alberta.
In Metro Vancouver and beyond, crow swoopings are a common, if Hitchcockian, springtime experience. The reason? These passerines are just protective parents.
Anyone travelling to or from P.E.I. via the Confederation Bridge on Saturday night needs to do it before 10 p.m. AT.
Henry Grabar says figuring out parking often gets left off the priority list when planning a city or building. And that has created parking problems of all sorts across North America, and has led to the misuse of land. But Grabar says it’s not too late to fix it.
CBC's Nicola MacLeod looks at the impact Fiona had on the Island — and its people — in a four-part series, Changed by Fiona. Check out all the stories here.
Canadians need to be more vigilant against the rapid growth in the number of Lyme disease cases across the country, as climate change fuels an explosion of tick populations and new hotspots for infection continue to emerge from coast to coast.