Montreal police are defending their decision to launch tear gas on thousands of hockey fans outside the Bell Centre minutes after the Habs’ 3-2 overtime win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday.
An associate professor of biology at the University of New Brunswick is warning residents about blue-green algae popping up along the St. John River this summer.
40-year-old Canadian cross-country mountain biker Catharine Pendral prepares to compete in her fourth Olympics — her first as a mother. Pendral has been watching the stories of Canadian boxer Mandy Bujold and basketball player Kim Gaucher very closely.
Mary Simon is going to Rideau Hall at a difficult moment — both for the office she will soon hold and for the country itself. There is a risk of putting too much on her shoulders.
In foggy southwest Nova Scotia, dozens of solar panels are powering one of Canada’s first net-zero municipal buildings. The building in Tusket belongs to the Municipality of the District of Argyle, which has set out to reduce its carbon footprint.
The work that’s underway at Pasi’tuek in the Annapolis Valley is having a profound and personal impact on some of the crew who are learning about their Mi’kmaw history and culture as they discover artifacts dating back 10,000 years.
American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson will not be selected to the U.S. 2020 Olympic 4×100-meter relay team after she accepted a one-month ban for testing positive for cannabis.
Jorginho converted the decisive penalty kick Tuesday to give Italy a 4-2 shootout win over Spain and a spot in the European Championship final.
A former public school teacher and baseball coach in Hamilton who formerly worked with the Toronto Blue Jays’ youth academy now faces two sexual assault charges, on top of charges announced previously in another case.
The Blue Jays have acquired right-handed pitchers Trevor Richards and Bowden Francis from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for infielder Rowdy Tellez. A week ago, Toronto added right-handed relief pitcher Adam Cimber in a deal with Miami.
A faulty part suspected as the cause of a deadly helicopter crash west of Edmonton last week has grounded some models of Bell helicopters across North America.
The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages, accompanied by the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Quebec Lieutenant, Member of Parliament for Honoré–Mercier and Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, will announce renewed financial support from the Government of Canada for regional export promotion organizations (ORPEX).
Provincial officials, including Premier John Horgan, are scheduled to speak with media Tuesday afternoon after visiting Lillooet, a community situated between the Lytton Creek and Mckay Creek wildfires in B.C.’s Interior.
The Canadian whose body was found at the site of a collapsed condo building in southern Florida has been identified as a 66-year-old woman who died alongside her husband.
American receiver Quan Bray was among seven players suspended Tuesday by the Montreal Alouettes. Bray was arrested in February 2020 in Texas while travelling in an SUV that contained over 70 kilograms of cannabis.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter presents some candidates for carrying the Canadian flag into the opening ceremony on July 23.
There were 23 active wildfires in the territory Monday evening, and three of those fires had started within the previous 24 hours. The largest fire, according to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources was about 96 kilometres southeast of Gameti, N.W.T.
Delivering a valedictory address to your fellow high school graduates can be a nerve-racking experience. Charlottetown Rural High School valedictorian Brandon MacKinnon had to do it 11 times to meet Prince Edward Island public health guidelines for graduation ceremonies.
Minister Garneau reaffirmed Canada’s support for Belarus’ democratic movement and sought Ms. Tsikhanouskaya’s views regarding the ongoing human rights violations in the country. Minister Garneau reiterated the need for an international investigation into these violations.
Former NHL star Theo Fleury has filed a lawsuit against the co-author of his autobiography who is claiming to own half the rights to his life story, stalling the production of a Hollywood movie until the matter is settled in court.
Mamadou Konaté tended to and cleaned the rooms of COVID-positive patients at three long-term care homes. He caught the disease in late April while doing so.
The car rental shortage — or “carpocalypse” as it’s been dubbed in the U.S. — started when nearly all travel was halted at the outset of COVID-19 lockdowns and travel restrictions. Now that demand is returning, car rental companies can’t rebuild their fleets fast enough.
Canada’s northern, remote and isolated communities face unique housing needs because of the challenges presented by geography, climate change, infrastructure and remoteness. And partners of the Arctic and Northern Policy Framework identified the need to address housing in the North as part of its goal of supporting resilient and healthy northern and Indigenous people.
As calls to end government subsidies of fossil fuels grow in intensity, a new report finds that taxpayers have allocated billions of dollars to expand and build new pipelines in the past year alone.
Three-time Olympic medallist Andre De Grasse of Markham, Ont., won the 200 metres in 19.97 seconds on Tuesday at the Gyulai Istvan Memorial on Tuesday in Budapest, Hungary. Fellow Canadians Aaron Brown and Jerome Blake placed fifth and eighth.
Today, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and Jean-François Roberge, Minister of Education, announced a total of nearly $180.3 million in funding for these 187 infrastructure projects. The Government of Canada is investing over $144.2 million through the new COVID-19 Resilience stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. The Government… Continue reading Canada and Quebec invest in 187 infrastructure projects to improve Quebec’s educational facilities
Joint funding from the Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec has been allocated to 187 infrastructure projects in Quebec’s educational institutions.
The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, will announce investments to support productivity and competitiveness in the dairy sector through innovation and modernization. Rose-Alice Boivin-Côté, owner of Fromagerie Médard, will also participate in the event.
Niagara Region Public Health says six people received an injection of saline instead of the COVID-19 vaccine at its Port Colborne clinic.
The Government of Canada is committed to modernizing intercity passenger rail services in a way that will best meet the transportation needs of travellers, while also creating jobs and economic growth.
The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, will announce investments to support sustainability in the agricultural sector through innovation, scientific activities and cutting-edge research.
The Government of Canada and the Manitoba Metis Federation are working closely together to advance reconciliation and renew our government-to-government relationship based on the affirmation of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership.
Today, Andy Fillmore, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities and Member of Parliament for Halifax, on behalf of the Honourable Maryam Monsef, Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Rural Economic Development; the Honourable Iain Rankin, Premier of Nova Scotia; and Warden Linda Gregory of the Municipality of the District of Digby,… Continue reading Investing in upgraded and safer marine infrastructure for Digby residents
Situated just off a rural P.E.I. road marked with the Island’s iconic red dirt are two replica stone castles that once served as a popular tourist destination.
The health and safety of staff and inmates continues to be a top priority for the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC). There are currently zero inmate cases of COVID-19 in federal correctional institutions across the country and, as a result, CSC has started to gradually resume inmate visits.
The Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, the Minister of Middle Class Prosperity, Associate Minister of Finance and Member of Parliament for Ottawa—Vanier, the Honourable Mona Fortier, the Member of Parliament for Ottawa South, the Honourable David J. McGuinty, and His Worship Jim Watson, Mayor of the City of Ottawa will make an announcement… Continue reading Minister Alghabra, Minister Fortier, Member of Parliament McGuinty and Mayor Watson to make an announcement on High Frequency Rail in Ottawa
Kristy White has filed a complaint with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal, alleging a nurse made racist remarks and refused to give her medication that would have induced labour, against the doctor’s orders.
A five-year-old child is dead after a suspect allegedly set fire to a home in Surrey, B.C., and left the child inside following a stabbing late Monday.
The daughter of rock icon Bruce Springsteen and singer-songwriter Patti Scialfa has been selected as one of four riders on the U.S. jumping team that will compete at the Tokyo Olympics. U.S. Equestrian announced Monday that Jessica Springsteen would be making her Olympic debut.
Usain Bolt: 800-metre sprinter. That’s right, the now-retired world’s fastest man is not only changing diapers these days but also distances as he makes a brief comeback for a promotional race.