At a time when the pursuit of sport in this country faces enormous challenges and is the subject of national scrutiny, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is trumpeting a group of people who have made a positive impact on so many fields of play.
Four days after dozens of Canadian boxers wrote an open letter to Sport Canada calling for the resignation of Daniel Trepanier, the Boxing Canada high-performance director has stepped down.
Travellers at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport are being asked to pack plenty of patience on Monday as longer than expected lineups and Canada-wide staffing shortages cause delays.
As COVID-19 travel restrictions continue to ease, passengers with flights departing from Vancouver International Airport are being asked to arrive hours ahead of their scheduled flights.
The 700-kilometre stretch of Highway 11 snaking through a vast expanse of northern Ontario is home to many unique roadside attractions, from the “world’s largest snowman” to polar bears, to lumberjacks.
The Department of National Defence says an investigation is underway after four cadets on the verge of graduation died in a vehicle incident at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ont. early Friday morning.
Early risers take note: Something beautiful has been happening in the east in the wee hours of the morning, and it’s about to get even better.
Cost of Living 7:52 Hey kid, get a job! There’s lots of ’em… It didn’t take 14-year-old Addison Taylor long to find a part-time job.
Thousands of people in Manitoba are without power and more than a dozen highway sections are closed early Sunday morning as a massive weekend downpour — and, in some areas, snowfall — continues in parts of the province.
A legendary Yukoner received a posthumous honour that’s out of this world.Skookum Jim, also known as Jim Mason, discovered gold in the Bonanza Creek in 1897, leading to the Klondike gold rush. When he died in 1916, he put the fortune he made into a trust to help improve the lives of Indigenous people in the Yukon.