After outcry, prime minister orders flags to be lowered to reflect national sorrow of discovery of 215 children's' graves at Kamloops residential school.
Still reeling from sexual misconduct investigations, new audit shows Armed Forces failing to address plans to meet diversity objectives.
Instagram has not explained why it deleted then quietly restored an environmental group's account
On Thursday, 51 COVID-19 deaths were reported across Canada. Active case counts per 100,000 people by province:
MB - 336
AB - 226
SK - 117
ON - 112
BC - 71
NS - 65
QC - 58
NL - 18
NB - 18
PE - 6
Canadian Armed Forces are being deployed to Manitoba, where surging COVID-19 cases has led to overflowing hospital ICUs and patients being transferred to neighbouring provinces.
The head of the Alberta Energy Regulator, says the organization now has all the powers and resources needed to clean up the backlog of abandoned oil and gas wells.
With case counts still second-highest in Canada, Alberta has rushed to reopen stores and businesses for the July 9 start of the Calgary Stampede. Calgary's mayor says the event will need to be run safely.
The bodies of 215 children have been discovered in the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, which was closed in 1969. It's believed their deaths are undocumented.
Alexandre Bissonnette, the right-wing murderer of six people at Quebec City mosque, may be facing additional prison time. The Supreme Court will hear an appeal of his sentence of 40 years before being able to apply for parole.
The opposition New Democrats have extracted amendments that add accountability measures to the government's net-zero emissions bill and will now vote with the Liberal minority to pass Bill C-12.
Sienna told shareholders it could benefit from Ministry of Infrastructure ‘Long-Term Care Development Program’
Journalists, and now a legal challenge, say the RCMP is illegally limiting media access to the demonstrations.