A 22-year-old woman has died from her injuries after an accident at a gold mine about 125 kilometres east of Timmins, Ont.
The Quebec government, which strictly regulates bingo, has for years tried to revive the seemingly moribund industry but profits have continued to slide.
Education Minister Liz Sandals says it's disappointing mediated talks with secondary school teachers failed to result in an agreement, but she remains committed to reaching a negotiated settlement.
A Canadian teenager caught up in a double killing in Florida will ask a judge on Wednesday to grant him bail pending a trial that could lead to his life-long imprisonment.
It was moving day for 66 little patients at the Montreal Children's Hospital, as health-care workers transferred kids and equipment to a new facility at McGill University's Glen site.
Three men are in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a house fire in a Courtenay, B.C., home where neighbours heard explosions.
A Grade 4 student from Richmond, B.C. had his dream of becoming a police officer one day come true.
A waterlogged village in the B.C. interior is dealing with the aftermath of a flash flood triggered by a violent storm on Saturday evening.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced a recall on some potatoes sold in Atlantic Canada after police received complaints of nails found in some products.
Police say wildfire conditions at the scene of the crash of a firefighting plane in northern Alberta are making it difficult for investigators to reach the site.
Hundreds of Vancity customers have been warned to replace their debit cards after learning their accounts may have been compromised in a serious breach.
Hot, dry weather in Saskatchewan has prompted officials to issue a province-wide open fire ban, as firefighters struggle to extinguish a two-kilometre-wide blaze near Torch River, Sask.
The mother of a British Columbia man who died in a boating accident in Mexico says he was a big-hearted, generous man who always reached out to help others.
A well-known foreign correspondent in Quebec says he is "stunned" by a newspaper report alleging he fabricated information in several of his stories over the years.
Protesters gathered in cities across the globe Saturday to rally against the American biotechnology giant Monsanto.
A blaze that tore through an Edmonton condo Friday has caused more than an estimated $16 million in damages and left more than 150 residents without a home.
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