A 25-year-old man has been charged after a commercial vehicle collision on Highway 401 in Chatham-Kent. Chatham-Kent OPP were called to the crash near
A fire that started in a dryer caused thousands of dollars worth of damage in Saskatoon on Sunday. The Saskatoon Fire Department says the
OTTAWA — An indigenous leader says it is now up to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to act on what to do about the head
The Alberta government has set a deadline for Saskatchewan to revoke a ban on Alberta licence plates at job sites, or face a lawsuit.
RCMP have laid charges against an Edmonton woman, after a Sky Shuttle bus was stolen from the airport, and driven into the city Sunday.
RCMP say the alleged attack on a 16-year-old Okotoks girl did not happen as originally reported and that they are not seeking any suspects
After sealing a deal with a third marijuana producer, New Brunswick says it’s become the first province to secure a full supply of cannabis
A judge has withdrawn from a case in which he said a 17-year-old victim of sexual assault was a little overweight, had a pretty
The term “Eskimo” is widely considered an ethnic slur by Inuit people, but a majority of Canadians don’t have a problem with the branding
A woman living with terminal cancer has her first major art show at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Teva Harrison was 37 when she was