The search for a helicopter missing north of Montreal is expected to resume this morning in the Laurentians.
Small town electrician recalls carjacking that ended with suspect shooting himself in leg with own shotgun.
Supporters of a Russian scientist who fears political retribution from the Putin government if she is deported back to her native country say she'll be allowed to stay in Canada, at least for now.
Victims of sexual misconduct in the Canadian military face a slow, confusing patchwork system that sometimes forces them to make complaints of inappropriate behaviour when they might not be willing — or ready, the auditor general says.
A dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a large lump of plastic waste in its stomach, including plastic bags and flip-flops, causing concern among environmentalists and government officials in one of the world's largest plastic polluting countries.
Kingston, Ont., police have charged a prison inmate with three counts of attempted murder in the shooting of another patient at Kingston General Hospital on Monday evening.
Toronto police say they're investigating two new allegations of assault involving students at St. Michael's College School.
In his 2018 fall reports, the auditor general finds the level of service taxpayers receive from CRA too often depends on where they live, while rural and remote Canadians still don't have reliable internet because there hasn't been a plan.
A mistrial has been declared in Dennis Oland's murder retrial because a Saint John police officer conducted "improper" background checks on prospective jurors and "irreparably" tainted jury selection.
Former governor general David Johnston has billed taxpayers more than $76,000 in the first six months since leaving Rideau Hall. In his voluntary filing, Johnston said about $30,000 of the total bill was for "one-time start-up and transition costs."
Source: CBC | Top Stories News