An international teacher recruitment agency says more B.C. educators are travelling overseas to find work.
The Fredericton Public Library's appeal to patrons to take home books for an extended loan during an upcoming two-month renovation has proven a hit.
The City of Vancouver is closely watching Colorado state as it transitions to a legal marijuana regime.
Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose says Ottawa is investing $3 million in training frontline workers in hospice services.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against the City of Prince George, B.C., over dental damage allegedly caused by the city's fluoridated tap water.
Canada lost about 7,000 jobs in February, but the unemployment rate stayed steady at 7 per cent, Statistics Canada reports.
The local advisory council in Carcross is not convinced subdivision proposal right for community.
South Baffin MLA David Joanasie wants to know why it's taking so long to get a new power plant in Cape Dorset.
Former quarterback Buck Pierce is becoming a Winnipeg Blue Bomber once again, this time as a member of the coaching staff.
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Tom Marshall isn't saying what's in the new provincial budget, but students are hoping any restraints won't affect the freeze on tuition.
The first round of layoffs at the Michelin tire plant in Granton, N.S., is still months away, but Premier Stephen McNeil says it's time to put together a plan to cushion the blow.
The yellow line of the Montreal Metro will be down every Saturday and Sunday from March 8 until May 25 as workers make repairs to the vaulted ceiling in the tunnel between Berri-UQAM and Longueuil stations.
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating after a man was killed while snowmobiling east of Ottawa Thursday, the second fatal snowmobile crash in eastern Ontario this week.
Visually impaired people will have to start paying for transit in Saint John after decades of riding the bus for free.
A pedestrian is in hospital in seious condition after he was struck in downtown Ottawa early Friday.
Johnathon Robert Pickett, 42, the man charged with the 1990 murder of Joan Foulds, appeared in a Saskatoon courtroom this afternoon and pleaded guilty to murder.
Some nurses at hospitals in Halifax say a $1.6 million scheduling system is not working and may be putting patients at risk.
A woman in her 20s is dead and three other people are in critical condition following a residential fire on Dovercourt Road in Toronto's west end.
Two people are dead and two others are in critical condition following an apartment fire early Friday morning on Dovercourt Road in Toronto's west end.
From Canada's youngest Paralympian to a 39-year-old skier with her arm, shoulder, collarbone and part of her chest amputated, Ottawa's hopes are high for local athletes at the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi.