A float in Montreal’s Fête nationale parade quickly prompted widespread rebuke online with some attendees calling it racist.
Since June 7, six North Atlantic right whales have been found dead, floating in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, which is about one per cent of the population of the endangered species.
Negotiations between the Liquor Control Board of Ontario and the union representing its workers will remain a secret ahead of a possible strike that could begin as early as Monday.
The offspring of Toronto's wandering capybaras now have names — Alex, Geddy and Neil, for members of the band Rush.
Thousands of people attended the main Fête nationale concert Friday at the Quartier des Spectacles to kick off a weekend of celebrations.
Eighty-seven years after the Maud sank and a year after it was pulled up from the seabed, the ship will start its float home to Norway from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.
Pride Toronto organizers say Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be making an appearance at this Sunday's parade.
After flood damage forced the closure of the only land link to Churchill, Man. — a railway from Gillam — a civil engineer says it's time to reconsider building a permanent road linking the northern community to the south.
A CBC crew got special permission to use a drone to shoot footage of some of Ottawa's— and Canada's — most iconic landmarks. Here's a glimpse of what they captured.
A new political force in Ontario is exploding on social media, with defeating Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals in the 2018 election as its key goal.
An historic number of athletes, coaches, management and staff from Toronto sports teams and organizations will be attending this year's Pride Parade in Toronto.
Select young dancers have been tapped to showcase their skills alongside rapper Taboo at the North American Indigenous Games, and they say it's a rare opportunity to tell the world that there's more to their cultures than stereotypes.
As cabinet ministers head back to their ridings this summer, a senior government official says they can be secure in the knowledge that they won't be shuffled out of their job before Parliament resumes sitting this fall.
The barge is loaded with crushed cars.
It's been nearly nine years since Jan Buterman was fired as a substitute teacher by the Greater St. Albert Catholic school board after notifying them he was transgender. On Friday, Alberta's highest court dismissed his appeal.
Bookstore giant Indigo has stopped selling a gift card celebrating Montreal's 375th anniversary after an illustrator complained her design had been plagiarized.
Aisha Ahmad says she was assaulted twice at the Toronto symphony on Wednesday by a man who "chopped" her in the neck, lunged at her and hurled an expletive.
Ontario's Grand River Conservation Authority has issued flood warnings for parts of the City of Kitchener, Town of Grand Valley, Township of Mapleton, Township of Centre Wellington and Township of Woolwich, as well as the Grand River areas south of Cambridge and North Dumfries.
The CF-18 demonstration team’s Canada 150 painted jet conducted a flyby over Percival Molson Stadium before kickoff at the Alouettes' homeopener last night, and it freaked out a whole bunch of Montrealers, renewing calls for an end to such air events.
The glory days may be behind the city, but three years after oil prices started to fall, Calgary is starting to shrug off the downturn.