|N.S. mass shooting report condemns RCMP failures, calls for dramatic reforms - Thu, 14 Apr 2022 15:54:18 EDT|
|Here's what we know about the victims in the Old Montreal fire - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 13:15:16 EDT|
Their backgrounds vary: two friends who grew up together in Pakistan, an 18-year-old spending an evening with friends, a renowned photographer, gifted academics.
|B.C. to expand use of civil forfeiture to go after potential proceeds of money laundering - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 14:00:00 EDT|
The B.C. government has introduced legislation that will expand the use of the Civil Forfeiture Act to go after proceeds of laundered money in the province. The amendments to the act include the creation of unexplained wealth orders.
|Rescue underway for pod of dolphins stranded by ice in Dildo Cove - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 12:23:16 EDT|
Seven dolphins are stuck in an ice-free area the size of a swimming pool just outside Dildo, N.L., on Thursday, as fisheries officials and volunteers attempt to relocate the pod.
|Parents win battle to have son's Kwak?wala name on his B.C. birth certificate - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 13:39:07 EDT|
After 13 months of fighting, the parents of ?ug?al?s K'ala'ask Shaw have received a birth certificate that accurately represents the spelling of his name.
|4 teens dead, 1 seriously hurt after crash in western Manitoba: RCMP - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 13:44:24 EDT|
Four teens are dead and one is seriously injured after the car they were in blew a stop sign and crashed into a semi-trailer in western Manitoba on Wednesday night, RCMP say.
|Ex-priest, 93, acquitted of indecent assault at Manitoba residential school - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 08:35:36 EDT|
A retired priest accused of assaulting a First Nations girl at a Manitoba residential school more than 50 years ago has been acquitted.
|Lolita the orca is returning home to Puget Sound after more than 50 years in captivity - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 15:12:36 EDT|
Lolita the orca will soon be swimming in her home waters of Puget Sound in Washington state after more than half a century in captivity.
|Yukon RCMP lay territory's 1st ever manslaughter charge over opioid overdose - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 15:27:05 EDT|
Jared Skookum, 32, has been charged with manslaughter in the death of a woman from Watson Lake, Yukon, last year. It's the first charge of its kind in the territory, which is experiencing the highest rate of drug poisoning deaths in the country.
|Ottawa considers restoring Hockey Canada's funding as MPs call for report into alleged sexual assault - Wed, 29 Mar 2023 22:33:47 EDT|
The federal government is deciding whether to restore millions of dollars in taxpayer funding to Hockey Canada after a nine-month freeze linked to its handling of a high-profile alleged sexual assault in 2018, CBC News has learned.
|Ryan Reynolds visits Ottawa amid Senators purchase buzz - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 12:02:52 EDT|
Canadian-born Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds — one of the more prominent suitors reported to be interested in purchasing of the Ottawa Senators — is in the capital.
|Memorial University president signed Indspire award nomination requiring recognition with Indigenous community - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 11:03:47 EDT|
The document also confirms the university president's account of specifying she has Mi'kmaw heritage.
|'Part of my culture': Cree woman refused service at Sask. bar for traditional face tattoo - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 10:14:43 EDT|
Sara Carriere-Burns says she was at the Prince Albert Brewing Company on March 25, when one of the owners refused her service because of her cultural face tattoo.
|Whitehorse Centre MLA becomes first openly non-binary MLA in Yukon history - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 10:07:40 EDT|
The member for Whitehorse Centre informed the Legislative Assembly of their name change to Lane Tredger as well as their use of the pronouns they and them.
|'It's going to take the community': Yukon faces Canada's worst toxic drug death rate - Thu, 30 Mar 2023 11:17:21 EDT|
Yukon faces Canada's highest per capita death rate from illicit drugs, and First Nations in the territory say toxic drugs are disproportionately affecting their people. Two First Nations have declared states of emergency as their members overdose and die.