Two Canadians killed in a terror attack in Burkina Faso are being remembered for their efforts to bring about change in the West African country.
A Halifax-based weatherman says he got more than he bargained for during a recent Costco trip — a live scorpion in his bag of bananas.
North Korea shouldn’t be the only nation “very, very nervous” about its stand-off with the United States, as President Donald Trump suggested this week.
Officials in a town northwest of Quebec City say they’re puzzled as to how someone managed to steal its 2,000 pound bell.
An Alberta United Conservative Party MLA is taking a leave of absence from his role as finance critic in the wake of a controversy over renting out his taxpayer-subsidized apartment on Airbnb for months.
Brad Wall announced on Facebook on Thursday that he is stepping down.
The Canadian government said Thursday that at least one Canadian diplomat in Cuba also has been treated for hearing loss following disclosures that a group of American diplomats in Havana suffered severe hearing loss that U.S. officials believe were caused by an advanced sonic device.
An MLA with Alberta's new United Conservative Party says there's nothing wrong with him subletting his downtown Edmonton apartment while claiming thousands of dollars in rent from the public purse.
It can cause third-degree burns and even permanent blindness — and it’s spreading.
Officials in Montreal have opened a new temporary shelter for asylum seekers in a building that once housed a convent, and said on Monday the city has received a demand to open even more spaces for migrants crossing the Canadian border.
Several hundred people shouted “refugees welcome!” in Creole as they gathered outside Montreal’s Olympic Stadium on Sunday to show support for the waves of asylum-seekers crossing the border from the United States.
A longtime customer of a Sears store in Winnipeg has bought pizzas for the employees who will soon lose their jobs.
The Halifax Chronicle Herald and the union representing the paper’s striking newsroom workers have reached a tentative agreement in their 18-month-old labour dispute.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took an unscheduled dip on Saturday when he fell into the water trying to get into a kayak.
A single winning ticket was sold in Quebec for Friday night’s $23 million Lotto Max jackpot.
Police are investigating after a female reporter was heckled with a notorious sexist slur while on camera in St. John’s, N.L.
Mission RCMP are warning the public about an Abbotsford man who they allege engaged in unprotected sexual intercourse with women without disclosing that he’s HIV-positive.
The scene greeting asylum seekers at a popular illegal border crossing point in Quebec on Thursday was vastly changed from that of a few months earlier.
Montreal’s iconic Olympic Stadium will be the first place some newcomers to Canada call home, with the venue being pressed into use as a temporary shelter for asylum seekers as of Wednesday.