Worker killed after vehicle slides off hoist at B.C. auto repair shop
4 hours ago
RCMP are investigating the death of an employee at an auto repair shop in Vernon, B.C.
Quebec inn destroyed by fire; body found in rubble
11 hours ago
A body has been found in the rubble of an old inn that caught fire Friday afternoon near Rimouski, Que.
12 stories about Syrian refugees in Canada that warmed our hearts
6 hours ago
From welcome guides to wedding mishaps, a look back at heartwarming stories about Syrian refugees in Canada from the year gone by.
Inquest called in death of epileptic man Errol Greene at Winnipeg Remand Centre
21 hours ago
Manitoba's acting chief medical examiner has called an inquest to examine why a man died after suffering epileptic seizures while in custody at the Winnipeg Remand Centre.
Heavy snow, squalls in store for southern Ontario
1 hour ago
Environment Canada is warning that much of southern Ontario could be blanketed in snow by Monday morning, and areas along the Bruce peninsula can expect snow squalls.
Boy, 16, arrested following threat against central Ontario schools
11 hours ago
Provincial police have arrested and charged a 16-year-old boy after a threat was made via Twitter on Friday morning involving the Trillium Lakelands District School Board in central Ontario.
CBSA officer at Peace Bridge charged in cross-border tobacco smuggling probe
23 hours ago
The RCMP says a Canada Border Services Agency officer has been charged in a smuggling investigation.
Supersized snowman delights Northern Ontario community
15 hours ago
Drivers travelling along a rural back road outside of Timmins, Ont., are doing double-takes over an unusual holiday greeting, a friendly wave from a giant snowman that stands nearly six metres tall and wears a 45-gallon drum as a top hat.
'Hard to imagine': Penguin drowning deaths at Calgary Zoo baffling everyone
19 hours ago
Watchdog group Zoocheck Canada is calling for surveillance cameras in all animal enclosures following the puzzling drowning deaths of several penguins at the Calgary Zoo.
Montreal Hudson's Bay store fined $765K for pollutants in St. Lawrence River
18 hours ago
The Bay store in downtown Montreal was fined $765,000 for illegally releasing pollutants into the St. Lawrence River, the Public Prosecution Service of Canada said Friday.