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British Columbia's transportation ministry says it has moved aggressively to widen a dangerous stretch of highway where a tour bus crash killed one man and sent dozens to hospital on Friday.
No winning ticket was sold for the 41-million-dollar jackpot in last night's Lotto Max draw.
Crews have been forced to halt air operations on a wildfire burning near West Kelowna, B.C., due to multiple drones flying overhead.
A Canadian Pacific Railway freight train carrying coal has derailed near the southeastern British Columbia community of Sparwood.
After meeting the stem cell donor whose act of kindness saved his life, Alan Dickeson was left speechless.
A new dress code for taxi drivers at Trudeau Airport will establish strict rules around what drivers can and cannot wear on the job.
A Russian helicopter pilot rescued by Canadians after more than 30 hours atop an Arctic Ocean ice floe is sharing new details about his rescue.
Chants of "My body, my choice" rang out in the streets of Waterloo, Ont., on Saturday as protestors rallied to support three sisters who were stopped by police for biking topless a week ago.
Canada Border Services Agency says its officers have made a major cocaine bust at the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ont.
The City of Montreal is hoping that an upcoming archeological dig will unearth some old secrets, including artifacts from a former convent and 18th century prison whose ruins lie under city hall.
A coroner's jury has ruled the deaths of two mill workers caught in a fiery explosion in Burns Lake, B.C., more than three years were accidental.
Misunderstandings, uncertainty and technical difficulties slowed the emergency response to a toxic fuel spill in Vancouver's English Bay by nearly two hours, a review has found.
A trial for a man accused of killing a little Calgary boy and his grandparents last year won't begin for another 18 months.
The City of Toronto is advising people to stop foraging for food as scouring public spaces for edible plants and mushrooms can damage the ecosystem.
The federal government says it's making safety improvements for northern shipping following an audit last year that found mapping services to be lacking.
An Ontario woman convicted in the brutal beating death of her three-year-old daughter was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday, as the judge presiding over the case called her the child's "greatest enemy."
Take a coast-to-coast virtual tour of Canadian waterfront homes currently for sale.
Calgary Stampede kicks off with the traditional parade.
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