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The University of Winnipeg has been working to repatriate the remains of Indigenous people stored on campus, but at least one Indigenous woman says it's not happening fast enough.
The coast guard has been forced to spend more than $2.5 million this fall to charter vessels to carry out at-sea science surveys because a much-delayed refit has left its own research ship unavailable.
A longtime Bell call centre employee says she is pressured to make a sale on every call, often talking customers into products they don't understand, don't need, and sometimes can't afford
A former Mexican president has a warning for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Don't abandon our country in NAFTA talks like some modern-day "Judas."
Those struggling to keep a roof over their heads — whether looking to ease the burden of monthly rent payments or in desperate need of help to get off the streets — will find out later this week how the Liberal government hopes to deal with Canada's ever-present shortage of affordable housing.
One of the leading figures in Afghanistan’s national government insists his war-torn country must be put back at the forefront of NATO’s efforts to defeat terrorist groups in the Middle East and South Asia.
Canadians who were criminally charged or fired from the military or Canada's civil service because of their sexual orientation will receive a formal apology from the prime minister before the end of month.
Cody Fajardo's one-yard TD run with 23 seconds remaining rallied the Toronto Argonauts to a wild 25-21 East Division final win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Sunday afternoon.
Neil Campbell was sexually assaulted by a neighbour when he was nine years old. He hopes sharing his story helps other men feel comfortable finding help and speaking out about their own experiences.
Hundreds of thousands of college students are expected to be back in class after the province passed back-to-work legislation on Sunday to end a five-week strike by Ontario college faculty.
Canada's relay team earned silver at the luge World Cup season opener in Innsbruck, Austria on Sunday. The entry of Alex Gough, Mitchel Malyk, Tristan Walker, and Justin Snith finished 0.358 seconds behind the German sleds.
The Canadian Armed Forces has released the name of the soldier killed during a training exercise at an army base in Manitoba over the weekend.
The RCMP has charged 27-year-old Kelsey Isley with one count of possession of fentanyl derivatives and one count of unlawfully importing fentanyl derivatives into Canada. His father, Greg, says Kelsey's addiction is the consequence of a long-term struggle with chronic pain, and an early introduction to opioids without knowing the risks.
Thousands of people attended a celebration of life to commemorate fallen police Const. John Davidson in Abbotsford following a procession that began earlier in the day.
The future of the railway to Churchill remains uncertain after a week that involved a lawsuit, international trade challenge and a new, powerful player entering into the talks.
From Julie Couillard to Stephen Harper to supply management, Maxime Bernier tells CBC News what will and won't be in his forthcoming book.
A group of mothers across the country are sending their pictures of their loved ones who have died from fentanyl overdoses to the prime minister in an attempt to get the federal government to commit more funds to fight the crisis.
The streets of Abbotsford, B.C., will be lined with blue on Sunday as thousands of police officers from across the country and around the world march in remembrance of their slain colleague.
A source with direct knowledge of the NAFTA talks in Mexico City says about a dozen different topics have come up so far, with little movement following the first full day of discussions.