WATERLOO — The Waterloo Regional Police Service is looking for a person who they say was seen peering through bedroom windows of homesin Waterloo.
OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said Friday he deplores a statement by Azerbaijan’s president that a military solution is the only way
WINNIPEG — Manitoba has announced 15 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday. In a bulletin on Friday, the province said the new cases bring
VANCOUVER — Observers of British Columbia’s southern resident killer whales say the whale that made international headlines two years ago when she mourned her
EDMONTON — It won’t be open until Sunday, but St. Albert was showing off its newest transit centre on Thursday. The Nakî Transit Centre
SASKATOON — As the morning continues, the clouds slowly start to break, leaving us a sunny and warm afternoon with less wind into the evening.
SASKATOON — At approximately 11:30 p.m. on Sunday, Saskatoon police came upon a stolen vehicle at 20 Street and Avenue N that was involved
MONTREAL — In Dorval, the city is trying to help kick-start the economy by putting money in people’s pockets. The city is the latest
Alberta has the second-worst provincial unemployment rate in Canada after Newfoundland and Labrador.. According to new Statistics Canada data, unemployment reached 15.5 per cent
SASKATOON — Prince Albert’s performing arts theatre is not reopening to the public despite the province lifting COVID-19 restrictions. Roxanne Dick, general manager of