Growing up in Montreal, Tyrel Phillips dreamed of becoming a police officer. He was drawn to the uniform and the sirens and lights on the patrol cars as they sped by.
Cowboys, nodding oil pumpjacks on the prairie landscape, conservative politics — you could fill a Ford F-150 pickup truck with stereotypes about Alberta.
Cheryl Sword does as many activities as she can with her husband and 11-year-old son, until she has to stop and rest.
THE LATEST:A cold front is set to blanket much of southern B.C. with snow over the weekend, potentially helping floodwaters recede in many communities devastated by floods and mudslides.
A top doctor at Nova Scotia’s children’s hospital is concerned about the jump in the number of young children she’s seeing infected with a potentially dangerous virus.
Persons Living with Disabilities in Taraba State have alleged marginalization by the state government.
When Etoah Lamalice fell off a snowmobile, she had to wait three weeks until she got an X-ray to learn her arm was broken.
The University of Prince Edward Island has used non-disclosure agreements to create “a culture of silence and fear” on campus, resulting in a toxic workplace where staff would sooner leave the province than speak out, says a former professor.
Canada’s economy added 154,000 new jobs last month, surging past expectations and enough to move the jobless rate down to just six per cent.
Another Bachelor Nation love story has come to an end. Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph didn’t have the traditional romance — or even the traditional Bachelor timeline. However, from the moment they met on the season 23 Bachelor premiere, the pair were connected.