VANCOUVER - Pharmacists in British Columbia will have more responsibilities starting June 1 in an effort to improve access for those without a family doctor and e… Read moreB.C. pharmacists set to treat minor ailments, prescribe contraception starting June 1
WINNIPEG - Several Grade 5 students were treated for broken bones and other injuries Wednesday after falling from a wooden structure at a popular tourist attraction during a school trip, but most were expected to return home by the end of the day.
OTTAWA - David Johnston said his mandate to probe allegations of foreign interference comes from the government and not the House of Commons, after members of Parliament voted in favour of his ouster on Wednesday.
OTTAWA - The federal government is looking to better protect cabinet ministers and MPs as the threats against them continue to grow, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.
FORT CHIPEWYAN, Alta. - A northern Alberta hamlet was eerily quiet and peaceful Wednesday after being evacuated in the face of an out-of-control wildfire inching closer to town.
SAINT-JÉRÔME, Que. - A Quebec man who slipped through the cracks of the justice and health systems was sentenced today to eight years in prison for the March 2022 killing of his spouse.
MONTREAL - A major Montreal real estate developer says it will let Quebec's housing tribunal determine the compensation for a tenant in a $400-a-month apartment whose case risks delaying a major construction project.
SAMBAA K'E, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES - The Northwest Territories government says a community near the Alberta boundary is under an evacuation order due to a nearby wildfire.
OTTAWA - Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino has appointed a retired appeals court justice to head a committee to oversee the changes recommended by the public inquiry into the April 2020 mass shootings in Nova Scotia.
VANDERHOOF - The family of Madison Scott who went missing in Vanderhoof, B.C., 12 years ago says they've been "astonished" at the outpouring of support they have received since her remains were discovered days ago.
A section of collapsed walkway (centre right, behind tent) is shown at Fort Gibraltar in Winnipeg, Wednesday, May 31, 2023. Sixteen schoolchildren and one adult were taken to hospital after a fall Wednesday at the popular tourist attraction. …
OTTAWA - The federal government says certain defence contracts will be subject to a mandatory cybersecurity certification process starting in the winter of 2024.
Quebec's ethics commissioner has cleared Economy Minister Pierre Fitzgibbon, saying he did not breach the ethics code by participating in a pheasant hunt last year on a private island southeast of Montreal.