Nova Scotia RCMP charge 78 with impaired driving in January

CTV Atlantic Published Tuesday, February 12, 2019 3:47PM AST Last Updated Tuesday, February 12, 2019 3:48PM AST Mounties in Nova Scotia charged 78 people

Read more

Provinces reduces curtailment as oil storage levels lower

Alberta oil producers can increase production by a cumulative 75,000 barrels per day. The province said Wednesday an oil production cap had been successful

Read more

Police concerned for wellbeing of missing woman, 27

The Winnipeg Police Service is asking for help to find a missing woman. Autumn McKay, 27, was last seen Jan. 24 at 11 p.m.

Read more

‘The justice system is a joke’

“The justice system is a joke,” says Max Pritchett outside the Barrie courthouse on Thursday. The 22-year-old Barrie man, along with his co-accused, 25-year-old

Read more

West Nile Virus death of Lethbridge woman leads to calls for warnings

After losing his wife to last year’s outbreak of West Nile Virus near Coaldale, a Lethbridge man say more should be done to ensure

Read more

Manitoba officials seize newborn from mom in hospital; video prompts outrage

WINNIPEG — An Indigenous mother whose newborn baby was seized by social workers as she recovered in a Winnipeg hospital says she was blindsided,

Read more

Greater Victoria housing starts in 2018 hit new high

In 2018, CMHC data finds Greater Victoria saw the highest number of housing starts since 1976 – plus what it means for the region’s

Read more

Ont. government concludes consultation on provincial education system

TORONTO — The Ontario government says it has wrapped up a large-scale public consultation on the province’s education system. Education Minister Lisa Thompson announced

Read more

Court hears people in naked kidnapping case had shared psychotic disorder

LEDUC, Alta. — An Alberta judge says three people involved in a bizarre kidnapping engaged in pseudo medical science while discussing the state of

Read more

Ottawa Senators owner Melnyk facing counterclaim for more than $1 billion

OTTAWA – The battle between Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk and business partner John Ruddy over a proposed new downtown arena has escalated. Ruddy

Read more