After criticism, The North West Company has decided it will continue purchasing fur from trappers at its Northern stores across Canada.
International tissue banks have mobilized to help New Zealand meet its need for an estimated 1.2 million square centimetres of skin to be grafted onto victims of Monday's eruption on White Island, which killed 16 people.
A man who tried to kill a police officer then mowed down four pedestrians in downtown Edmonton in what RCMP characterized as a terrorist attack was sentenced Friday to 28 years in prison.
The N.W.T. Department of Health is issuing a public health advisory after 8 lab confirmed cases of whooping cough in the Tlicho region.
Quebec Premier François Legault says he asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a meeting today to stay out of the contentious debate over the province's secularism law.
A preliminary report by Nav Canada says three people died in the plane crash on Gabriola Island on Tuesday, which happened after the Nanaimo Airport got a report of "equipment failure."
A first-degree murder charge against the 18-year-old accused in the stabbing death of Hamilton high school student Devan Selvey has been withdrawn, and he's instead facing assault charges, while the accused's younger brother remains charged with murder.
An agreement struck in 2017 between Indigenous Services Canada and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation on faster funding for suicide prevention projects is "making a huge impact," says NAN Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler.
RCMP say the deaths of two people Thursday in Kindersley, Sask., are believed to have been a murder-suicide.
The same type of retrofitted 117R cars were involved in a previous derailment last year in the United States.
Windsor police announced Friday a deceased male was responsible for the death of Ljubica Topic.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered marching orders to his cabinet ministers today, instructing them to govern in a "positive, open and collaborative way" as they work to speed up airport screening times and bring in a national, universal pharmacare program.
Canadians preparing to board flights over the coming holidays will be armed with more rights if their trips are delayed or cancelled.
A Crown prosecutor admitted on Thursday that Edmonton police used "unnecessary force" during the June arrest — captured on civilian cellphone video — of a truck thief who was kicked repeatedly and thrown head first into a brick wall after he was handcuffed.
Teachers at schools across Canada are being asked to provide their teaching materials since 2013, thanks to an ongoing copyright lawsuit between the provinces and publishers.
These two students are in the same program at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont., but can't be in the same class because one uses a guide dog that caused the other to have a severe allergic reaction.
Canada's national human trafficking hotline has had over 1,000 calls come through, both by phone and online, just six months after launching.
The Lil’wat Nation, an Interior Salish people living in Mount Currie, B.C., has more than 2,000 members but there are only a few hundred left that speak the Ucwalmícwts language fluently.
Three judges had serious criticisms of Quebec's religious symbols ban, acknowledging it causes "irreparable harm" to those affected, but a majority of the Court of Appeal ruled the law should be allowed to stand until the constitutional challenges are heard in Quebec Superior Court.
Ontario is removing the cap on the number of pot shops in the province and nixing some qualification requirements for would-be retailers in a bid to clamp down on the number of illegal stores.