Three Lethbridge, Alta., police officers who took down and handcuffed a 19-year-old woman wearing a stormtrooper costume outside a Star Wars-themed business have been cleared of professional misconduct under Alberta’s Police Act.
Canada will face a depleted Haiti at the Gold Cup on Thursday with seven Haitian players sidelined by COVID-19.
Saskatchewan bishops are releasing more details of a fundraising campaign for residential school survivors, but none of their colleagues across Canada appear to be joining them.
Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) is committed to supporting Indigenous communities in their response to COVID-19 and continues to work closely with Indigenous organizations and provincial and territorial governments.
The Canadian government said it “firmly condemns Iran for its pattern of intimidation and foreign interference” after U.S. authorities charged four men in an alleged Iranian plot to lure five individuals — including three who reside in Canada — to Iran.
A new attorney has been appointed to represent Britney Spears in her conservatorship after a hearing in which the singer tearfully spoke about the case’s impact on her life.
An international task force is calling on governments to adopt a clear definition of antisemitism and push social media giants to be more transparent on how they remove hateful content — but stops short of saying those companies should be fined for doing a poor job of policing of their platforms.
A New York federal judge on Wednesday nullified the suspension of horse trainer Bob Baffert, finding that the New York Racing Association acted unconstitutionally by failing to let him adequately respond to claims made against him after Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit failed a postrace drug test.
Toronto city council has decided to begin consultation on a new name for Dundas Street.
The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Foreign Affairs, spoke today with Antony Blinken, United States Secretary of State.
Defenceman Brandon Carlo signed a six-year contract extension worth $24.6 million US with the Boston Bruins Wednesday.
Fully vaccinated Manitobans will soon have more privileges including being able to access more local businesses and be able to gather in greater numbers at home or outside as of Saturday.
Federal legislation that aims to ensure equal opportunities for employees from under-represented groups is heading for its most significant overhaul since its introduction 35 years ago.
Cowessess First Nation unveilled its new Community Building Solar Project on Tuesday, continuing toward a goal of becoming one of the greenest First Nations in Canada.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter previews the final men’s major of the year through a Tokyo Olympics prism.
More than 10,000 species of plants and animals are at high risk of extinction due to the destruction of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest — 35 per cent of which has already been deforested or degraded, according to the draft of a landmark scientific report published Wednesday.
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion has taken the first step toward a possible investigation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after a Conservative MP filed a complaint alleging that Trudeau may have improperly furthered the financial interests of a longtime friend.
As Alberta waits for results of a recent ground penetrating radar search of Camsell Hospital, northerners recall years of scolding, experimentation and abuse at the former Indigenous treatment facility.
Members of the media are invited to join an important infrastructure announcement in the Okanagan-Kootenay Region.
Yesterday, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, spoke with Rodrigo Yáñez, Chile’s Undersecretary for International Economic Relations.
Green Party Leader Annamie Paul not only faces a challenge to her leadership, but she could also lose her party membership, CBC News has learned.
Toronto FC and CF Montreal have been given the green light to play at home this weekend, with a limited number of fans in the stands.
Thanks to a total investment of $44.57 million, made as part of Canada–Quebec Operation High Speed, 4,250 households in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region will have access to Vidéotron high-speed Internet services by September 2022.
On behalf of the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, Ali Ehsassi, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, will announce the recipients of this year’s Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships and Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships.
More than 1,500 properties in B.C.’s Cariboo region are under a new evacuation order issued Wednesday due to wildfires in the area.
WARNING: This story contains details some readers may find distressing. Members of Hamilton’s Downtown Mosque are “gravely concerned” for the family of Imam Kamal Gurgi, as police investigate what they’re calling a hate crime against a Muslim mother and her adult daughter, and a man faces charges.
Today, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, held a virtual roundtable with Indigenous business leaders from across Canada.
A dedicated team is being created to start figuring out what Canada needs in new submarines as the sunset on the military’s existing fleet draws steadily closer.
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The Vancouver Canucks’ new American Hockey League affiliate will be called the Abbotsford Canucks. The club announced the team’s name on Instagram Wednesday with a short video showcasing its “Johnny Canuck” logo.
A community is rallying to support five members of a family seriously injured at an outdoor fire pit in the Ontario municipality of Bayham. A family friend says two of the children will be undergoing surgery in Toronto.
The Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra will make an announcement related to Canada’s cruise ship industry. BC’s Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, the Honourable Rob Fleming will also be making remarks.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the government plans to ban anyone guilty of online racist abuse from soccer matches as authorities continue to respond to the lawlessness connected to England’s loss in the final of the European soccer championship.
Data from the province indicates that the 15 people who died from COVID-19 in Saskatchewan during June were either unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says his party is committed to creating 1 million jobs — something both the Liberals and Conservatives have promised to do in the past.
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise motorists, pedestrians and cyclists of a planned alternating sidewalk closure as well as a deviation of vehicular lanes (Gatineau and Ottawa bound lanes) and cyclist paths on the Bronson Channel Bridge of Chaudière Crossing
The province has issued an emergency order due to forest fires in northwestern Ontario, allowing the government to “take special measures to ensure the safety of people and the protection of critical property.”
Eileen Clarke has resigned as Manitoba’s minister of Indigenous and northern relations after Premier Brian Pallister made comments last week that suggested the colonization of Canada was done with good intentions.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is committed to keeping Canada safe from the threat posed by weapons. Today, the CBSA announced that Devon Cutmore is facing 24 charges following the execution of multiple search warrants.
A new report, the first of its kind, finds that new Canadians give high marks to the settlement services offered to them, and see these services as crucial in setting newcomers up for success in Canada. From improving their English or French, to assisting in finding work, to helping them connect with their communities, immigrants… Continue reading IRCC’s first Settlement Outcomes Highlights Report provides insight on the path to success for newcomers in Canada