Brampton city council is hosting a vigil on Tuesday night for 11-year-old Riya Rajkumar, whose body was found at a home in Brampton, Ont., last Thursday. Riya`s father,
London's Grand Theatre is asking for $2 million from the city's tourism infrastructure fund for a planned $8 million renovation, but city staff are recommending the request be deferred until the fund can generate more money.
London arborists are gearing up for the potential arrival of oak wilt, a fungal organism that can kill trees so quickly, it's been compared to the Emerald Ash Borer.
Documents obtained through freedom of information requests offer a rare glimpse into how medically assisted dying is working in Ontario hospitals. CBC filed the requests in March 2017 and only recently got the documents after a two year battle with Sudbur...
Climate change should not be a left-right issue, but by refusing to tackle the issue, the U.S. president has given the Democrats plenty of room to manoeuvre.
The power of this story, of this “narrative arc,” to use a term Trudeau himself is fond of, is the snatching away of Trudeau’s feminist/Indigenous advocate mantle by an Indigenous feminist — Trudeau being hoisted by his own moralizing petard.
A day after the bombshell departure of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's closest adviser, the SNC-Lavalin affair shows no sign of abating as the opposition parties cast his resignation as a sign there may be more to the scandal than initially thought.
The arrest warrant for Johannes Rivoire, an Oblate priest accused of abusing children in Nunavut, has been stayed by the government of Canada, documents obtained by CBC News reveal.
Since Feb. 7, protests have erupted across Haiti over billions of dollars in allegedly misappropriated government dollars and a devaluation of the Haitian currency, the gourde. More than 10 gunshot victims from those protests were treated at Bernard Mevs...
Olympic and Commonwealth medal winner Daniel Purvis says deciding to represent Scotland was "one of the best decisions" of his career.
The European Union has reached a tentative agreement on the first specific EU standards for trucks to get polluting CO2 levels down
A reading of evidence from Senate estimates yesterday paints a very different picture of the security implications of last week's debate about medevac legislation than the one generally reported, writes Laura Tingle.