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The B.C. Wildfire Service has issued an "extreme fire behaviour" warning for the Shovel Lake fire burning west of Prince George.
Mudslides along Highway 99 have forced 24 people from the Bonaparte Indian Band out of their homes and at least five houses have extensive damage.
The National Energy Board says Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC can start construction on sections of its pipeline expansion in Alberta and British Columbia.
A fundraiser that raked in more than half a million dollars to bring a large-animal CT scanner to Canada has turned out to be a lifesaver for Esther the Wonder Pig.
Tesla Motors Canada is suing the Ontario government, alleging it has suffered "substantial harm" and lost sales amid the cancellation of an electric vehicle rebate.
On Wednesday, a Regina police officer shot a dog. Police say the officer felt threatened, but he dog's owner says the action was unwarranted.
A Liberal MP is rescinding a community service award she gave to the public relations chief of Palestine House and is apologizing for bestowing the recognition in the first place after an outcry from the Canadian Jewish community.
The 60-year-old victim, whose name has not been released, was driving from Banff National Park on Aug. 2 with his wife, son and son's girlfriend when he was shot near the Morley rodeo grounds, about 55 kilometres west of Calgary.
The Green party will not run a candidate against NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in the riding of Burnaby South.
For the better part of two years, federal Conservatives have been blasting Justin Trudeau's Liberal government for failing to stem the tide of asylum seekers flowing across unofficial border crossings from the United States. They call it a 'crisis.' Is it?
Tim Hortons admits it's fallen behind the competition with its packaging, but change is coming to your coffee cup and it will start with the lid.
Shares of Second Cup gained ground Thursday, a day after the coffee chain said it was eyeing converting some of its Ontario outlets to cannabis shops.
A Toronto newspaper photographer said he opted to file a complaint with police about being attacked while covering a protest in order to raise awareness about the dangers of escalating anti-media sentiment.
Some B.C. fire evacuees are frustrated they aren’t being allowed to return to their homes to rescue personal belongings, while others are defying the leave order and staying put as wildfires grow.
Burnaby RCMP have started the process of evicting protesters from Camp Cloud, the protest camp set up in opposition to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
An eerily thick haze blanketing Edmonton dissipated somewhat overnight but there is little relief in the forecast as a plume of smoke from wildfires burning in B.C. continues to blanket Alberta.
An Edmonton woman could go bankrupt less than two years after buying her first home, which passed inspection but has been plagued by water damage and a massive infestation of carpenter ants.
A Newfoundland woman who was photographed tied to a chair and gagged in her workplace in Scotland is disappointed that an employment tribunal has ruled against her harassment claim.
Canada's Parliament Hill police service is barely three years old - and continues to be a troubled workplace. CBC News has obtained internal documents describing a $1.18 million billing dispute between the RCMP and the Parliamentary Protective Service that has lingered for more than a year.