A 51-24 victory has the Mustangs poised for a rematch with Guelph in a Yates Cup semi-final matchup.
Linda Tynan says she was “surprised and honoured” to be chosen as one of the members of the 2021 Electoral Boundaries Commission.
There are 199 COVID-19 patients in hospital, including 51 patients in ICU.
Eight people died after a deadly crowd surge during a performance by rapper Travis Scott.
A coalition of unions, public sector workers and students are calling on governments to take climate action more seriously. Demonstrators formed a human chain link on Parc Ave.
An Afghanistan veteran will be riding his bike to Calgary military memorials in an effort to help those who are still in danger in Afghanistan.
In an interview with The West Block’s Mercedes Stephenson, Anand said she is studying whether there needs to be an independent military watchdog that reports to Parliament.
An appeals court blocks the administration’s plan to drive vaccinations at larger businesses.
Canada’s military contribution was one of the largest during the Korean war, and the Korean-Canadian Community in Eastern Ontario remembered the sacrifices made on Saturday.
This year, Christmas at the Forum will take place over five consecutive weekends. This weekend, the “Big Show” took place, hosting over 330 vendors.
Several questions have been raised around why survivors didn’t receive more compensation from the Catholic Church, including why the federal government discontinued its appeal.
CFD said it responded to six grass fires on Thursday, spanning from about noon to later into the evening. The evening fires are said to be caused by the careless use of fireworks.
Public health experts have described the implementation of antiviral pills as potentially game-changing in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two reserve army units, the B.C. Dragoons and Rocky Mountain Rangers, will train at the Vernon Millitary Camp area, Nov. 12-14.
National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah on Saturday said the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir had “regressed” to such an extent that community halls built during his tenure were being…
The Penticton Vees rolled past Nanaimo Friday while the Vernon Vipers lost to Wenatchee in overtime.
Police say three men entered the pharmacy on Blueridge Drive shortly before 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, pulled a gun on staff, and fled with money and prescription drugs.
Canada’s unemployment rate dropped to 6.7 per cent in October, and while Manitoba actually lost jobs, a local analyst says there is no cause for concern.
Toronto police seized ‘a quantity of cannabis products that were packaged and labelled to replicate mainstream candy products for consumption,’ Friday, prompting the warning.
The family of Canadian Football Hall of Fame member Angelo Mosca has announced his death. Mosca, who had been battling Alzheimer’s Disease, was 84.