A video that appears to show five teenagers shouting a racial slur and expletive while laughing is under investigation
A one-year pilot program limits the use of drones to "dangerous, high-risk tactical situations or providing observation during catastrophes
The popularity of Fantasy Premier League has soared in recent years, as fans worldwide look to get a small taste of the highs and lows of football management. This is one of the lows.
The husband of a quadriplegic man in Halifax is calling on the Nova Scotia Health Authority to improve services for patients with mobility issues, after a scheduled MRI was nearly derailed due to a lack of staff trained to assist.
Manufacturing sales on P.E.I. in 2017 are up 9.9 per cent to the end of August, ahead of the pace that led the country in 2016.
The city of Fredericton has come up with some new ideas to reduce the number of collisions at a major intersection in the capital city.
A new Indigenous doctor now serving patients in Wallaceburg and Walpole Island is hoping to help bring a better understanding of traditional medicine into mainstream healthcare.
Young drivers in Sudbury and across Canada are being warned this week about the effects of driving under the influence of cannabis.
A new bridge constructed in Ontario's far north means year-round road access to one First Nation community, who has had to rely on unstable seasonal roads for basic transportation needs.
The death of Gord Downie hits close to home for Winnipegger Jared Spier, whose partner Joanne Schiewe died from the same brain cancer that took the Tragically Hip frontman.
The centre has a wait list of up to 30 women each night but will soon be able to offer 24-7 services for women in need.
A coroner said there was no evidence to back up claims the schoolboy was being bullied.