State of emergency declared as Storm Fiona hits
Local states of emergency were declared in Cape Breton Regional Municipality on Saturday as a powerful storm continues to lash the island, causing widespread power outages and damage.
Fiona smashes Port aux Basques, N.L
Port aux Basques, N.L., is under an emergency evacuation order as the town is pounded by severe winds, storm surge and flooding due to post-tropical storm Fiona.
Nova Scotia faces massive power outage
Nova Scotia Power CEO Peter Gregg talks about what's being done to restore electricity as hundreds of thousands deal with storm-related outages.
Prince Edward hit by Fiona
Canada's Prince Edward Island remains under a hurricane warning on Saturday, and low-lying parts of downtown Charlottetown saw flooding.
Myles Sanderson took pills before dying
Multiple sources say Myles Sanderson, the man arrested in a series of fatal stabbings in Saskatchewan, died after consuming pills just before his arrest. Saskatchewan’s chief coroner service has al...
Hurricane Fiona barrels toward Atlantic Canada
Atlantic Canada is bracing for the impact of Hurricane Fiona as the Category 4 storm heads north.
COVID border testing could end soon; reports
Sources told CBC News that the federal government's pandemic border measures could be coming to an end soon, pending approval from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The measures were set to expire on ...
Canadian COVID-19 border restrictions effectveness limited
The high transmissibility of the Omicron variants of the coronavirus in both vaccinated and unvaccinated people means pandemic restrictions at the border are harder to justify, says Toronto respiro...
Price of food is rising at the fastest rate in 40 years
Canada's inflation rate cooled to seven per cent in August, Statistics Canada says. While gasoline got cheaper during August, food prices continued their increase — the cost of groceries has risen ...
Queen’s ‘deep love’ for Canada honoured at ceremony
Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and former governor general Adrienne Clarkson gave tributes to Queen Elizabeth at a national commemorative ceremony in Ottawa to honour the late monarch on the ...
RCMP wasn't 'actively searching' for Saskatchewan stabber
An RCMP unit tasked with finding fugitives wasn’t actively searching for Saskatchewan stabbing suspect Myles Sanderson before the rampage that left 10 people dead and 18 others injured, despite par...
Jellyfish in Ramsey Lake, Ontario
Diver Jason Fox found some small jellyfish that were introduced to Ramsey Lake in Sudbury, Ont.
Heavy rainfall causes flooding, road closures in Montreal
Heavy rainfall in recent days has some Montrealers contending with flooded basements and streets, prompting calls for investments in infrastructure to prepare for the impacts of climate change.
Canada announces funds to support victims of flooding in Pakistan
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government will match donations made by Canadians to the Humanitarian Coalition to a maximum of $3 million. Canada will also send another $25 million ...
Police officer among two shot dead
Separate shootings in Mississauga and Milton, Ont., left two people dead, including a Toronto police officer, and three others injured. A suspect was later shot and killed by police in Hamilton.
Former prime minister's daughter shares fondest memory of Queen Elizabeth II
Catherine Clark, daughter of former prime minister Joe Clark, was 10 when she met Queen Elizabeth. Decades later, Clark fondly remembers the late monarch's kindness and compassion for children.
Canadians pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth
Canadians across the country reflect on fond memories of Queen Elizabeth — for many, the only monarch they've ever known.
Canada posts 40,000 job losses in August
Canada shed 40,000 more jobs in August as rising interest rates cool the economy.
What the Queen meant to Canadians
Three Canadians in three provinces share what Queen Elizabeth meant to the them and how they’re feeling at this historic moment.
James Smith Cree Nation comes together to grieve
Community leaders, friends and family of the victims of last weekend's mass stabbing gathered Thursday to speak publicly about their pain and their resolve, as they try to move forward.
Bank of Canada hikes interest rates to 3.25%
The Bank of Canada hiked its interest rate again Wednesday in an attempt to reign-in runaway inflation, and signalled it likely would need to rise even further. It’s tough news for financially stra...
False sightings of Saskatchewan attacker
Grief turned to terror on James Smith Cree Nation after people were sent scrambling for shelter due to reports that the accused in the mass stabbings, Myles Sanderson, was spotted in the Saskatchew...
Canadians turning to credit cards for financial relief
A report from the Equifax credit bureau shows a 6.4 per cent increase in Canadian credit card balances between the first and second quarters of this year.
Family members of stabbing victims describe terrifying scene
Family members of victims of the stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan share details about their loved ones while describing the terror inflicted on their communities.
N.S. speeds up Ukrainian health workers licensing
Nova Scotia is trying to make it easier for Ukrainian doctors and nurses to work in the province at a time when there is a critical shortage of heath-care workers.
B.C. wildfires prompt evacuation alerts
Several communities in B.C. are under evacuation orders or alerts due to wildfires that continue to burn in parts of the province.
Kids head back to class with loosened COVID-19 rules
For students heading back to class this week, school will be more normal than it has been for the last few years as some provinces, including Ontario, have dropped their COVID-19 protocols. The lac...
Western Canada braces for intense temperatures
Cities across the Prairies and parts of Western Canada are bracing for intense heat over Labour Day weekend; a blistering end to an extremely hot summer in the region.
Fewer Americans visiting Canada
Experts say a number of factors are keeping Americans from making road trips to Canada, including changing habits over the course of the pandemic. But many say having to use the ArriveCAN app to pr...