An annual mad dash for supplies that residents of an isolated reserve near the Manitoba-Ontario boundary make on their ferry's last day before winter freeze-up was extra hairy Friday when the vessel broke down, stranding people and their vehicles on either side of the crossing.
Canada’s aging cab drivers fear the rise of ride-hailing apps like Uber will render their pricey government-issued operating permits worthless. Many are counting on selling them at a profit to provide a nest egg for retirement.
A bill with potentially sweeping consequences for the Canada-U.S. border has just been adopted by the American Congress, allowing new projects aimed at speeding up travel through the international boundary.
Drivers travelling along a rural back road outside of Timmins, Ont., are doing double-takes over an unusual holiday greeting, a friendly wave from a giant snowman that stands nearly six metres tall and wears a 45-gallon drum as a top hat.