Former competitive swimmer Miranda Biletski is prepared — after an already 10-year legal saga — to take on any appeals the University of Regina may file in a case that awarded her millions of dollars in damages.
A body was discovered around 9:40 a.m. in a wooded area near the end of Fergus Street in Moncton.
The Quebec government's new face-covering law will be approached with "common sense," a spokesperson for the province's justice minister says, amid criticism, protests and confusion over how the rules will be applied.
Canada's new special envoy to Myanmar is heading to the region next week, months into a humanitarian crisis that has reportedly displaced close to a million Rohingya Muslims.
A rural community between Vernon and Salmon Arm is shaken as a police investigation into human remains found on a farm continues.
Kelly Craft begins her job as U.S. ambassador to Canada today at a time of delicate diplomatic talks on the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The Chief Medical Officer in Colorado, where marijuana was legalized in 2014, has some advice for Canada leading up to the legalization of marijuana on July 1.
Seven of Brûlé's former employees spoke out in a Journal de Montreal article published Friday, claiming to have been victims of exhibitionism and unwanted sexual advances from Brûlé.
Canada’s northernmost federal weather and research station is scaling back some environmental measurements and may suspend others for six months due to a staff shortage, CBC News has learned. Scientists say that will leave a permanent gap in records needed to understand global climate change.
When they wrote a letter to their father in heaven, young Kollin and Keagan Cass never expected to hear back from some guardian angels.
Scientists at an annual meeting for North Atlantic right whales estimate the species has a little over two decades left to survive unless changes are made immediately.
A woman and a conservation officer sustained minor injuries after they were attacked by a bear in Mission, B.C., early Sunday morning.
Canada's Public Safety Minister says he's asked his American counterpart to monitor those obtaining U.S. travel visas for the sole purpose of crossing the Canadian border.
Health groups joined forces on Sunday with the Conservative opposition to accuse the Liberal government of trying to raise tax revenue on the backs of people with diabetes.
Residents of two neighbourhoods in Sturgeon County, Alta., were allowed to return home Sunday evening after they were evacuated in the aftermath of a train derailment Sunday afternoon, county officials say.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marks the third anniversary of the attack at the National War Memorial in Ottawa by calling on Canadians to pay tribute to the soldier who was killed.
The undercover FBI agent who stopped an al-Qaeda terror plot to derail a Via Rail train near Toronto says a Canadian decision to wrap up the probe cost U.S. intelligence agencies the chance to catch a suspected terrorist sleeper agent. The agent spoke to CBC's The Fifth Estate in an exclusive interview.
Kenyan runner Philemon Rono ran a historic Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on Sunday, crossing the finish line at 2:06:51 — winning the race and setting a new record for the fastest marathon run on Canadian soil.
On Sunday, officials announced that the evacuation order for 55 homes and businesses immediately around the Fernie Memorial Arena had been lifted. Meanwhile, a community memorial is being planned for the three men who died following an ammonia leak at the rink.
A family has lost all of their belongings after a Friday night fire in Middle Sackville, N.S.