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Spring floods around Quebec have forced the evacuation of more than 1,200 people, and around 600 Canadian Forces troops are being deployed to the most vulnerable areas.
Four teenagers died in a car accident Saturday night in Miramichi, N.B., after the vehicle they were in left the road and flipped, ending upside down in deep water.
The Strickey family had to leave its Mountain View Drive house in September 2017 after a sinkhole opened up. The family is taking legal action against its insurance provider for compensation.
Jaden Schwartz scored three times and Jordan Binnington stopped 18 shots to help the St. Louis Blues beat the Winnipeg Jets 3-2 in Game 6 of their playoff series Saturday night to advance to the second round.
The Montreal Canadiens were the last Canadian team to win the Stanley Cup in 1993, and it's a good bet the drought will continue. The Winnipeg Jets' elimination at the hands of the St. Louis Blues on Saturday left one lonely Canadian team remaining in the playoffs: the Toronto Maple Leafs.
New numbers from Statistics Canada show shelters for victims of abuse across the country admitted 68,106 people in 2017/18.
Authorities remain on high alert for flooding across southern Quebec as waters continue to rise with the military on the way to assist in evacuations.
Dawson MacKinnon was on his way to becoming a financial broker a year ago when he had to break it to his mother that he was quitting his job to enter the cannabis industry.
Political parties in Prince Edward Island have suspended election campaign activities after P.E.I. Green Party candidate Josh Underhay and his young son died in a canoeing accident in the Hillsborough River on Friday.
Langley RCMP say 18 people suffered injuries after a deck collapsed at a Langley, B.C., home during a wedding-related celebration.
When Canadians go to the polls in October, a non-partisan group hopes Muslim voter turnout will be higher than ever — and seized one of the year's most-attended days of prayer to mobilize the community with a single message: every ballot counts.
The parents of celebrated Austrian climber David Lama said Friday that he had "lived his dream," as hopes he and two other top climbers survived an avalanche in the Canadian Rockies faded.
Environment Canada has issued rainfall warnings across southern Quebec as authorities from New Brunswick to Ontario brace for flooding. Rainfall could range from 20 to 80 millimetres of rain by Saturday afternoon.
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at the the impact of meat-eating on the environment and provide a primer on electronic waste.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's refusal to license a therapeutic device intended to help brain-injured people is raising questions about the rigour of Health Canada's approval process.
Canada's border agency is about to shake up the way it tracks sex and gender information — which could lead to some awkward conversations with Washington.
Difficulties managing family and work life continue to push disproportionate numbers of women out of the workforce compared to men. But labour market experts say more flexible workplace policies across the board — regardless of gender or family status — are key to stopping our economy from losing qualified female workers.
The company formerly known as Nexen Energy pleaded guilty to failing to ensure the health and safety of two of its employees after an explosion in January 2016.
One year after a man tore down a stretch of Yonge Street in a van, cutting short 10 lives and leaving a city forever changed, Torontonians will gather again to remember those lost — and break bread with strangers who might ultimately become friends.