A group of people from Treaty 6 Territory are on a walk across Canada in honour of missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIWG2).
The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency has contacted local, provincial, and national partners to ask for extra fire resources as a precaution in case fires get worse.
A new champion was also crowned in the women’s flyweight division as Canadian fighters put forth a strong showing at UFC 231 in Toronto.
Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto is hoping to spread some holiday cheer with the release a heartwarming video of two neonatal intensive care unit nurses carolling to a preemie just in time for Christmas.
Ontario’s cap-and-trade system to fight climate change comes into effect Jan. 1, 2017.
A group of online shoppers are fuming over undelivered Christmas gifts purchased from Sears.
Months after Melissa Sheldrick’s eight-year-old son Andrew died from ingesting a prescription issued in error, the Mississauga, Ont., mother is on a mission to have mandatory medication reporting systems instituted across Canada.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says it is unacceptable that a Kingston mother had to choose between paying her grocery bills or having power in her home due to the skyrocketing cost of electricity in the province.
A pregnant woman and her fiancé couldn’t board a flight from Toronto to Quebec City last month after Porter Airlines staff said the flight was overweight and the couple weren’t welcome.