What should have just been an unpleasant experience for arachnophobic Jamie Roberts quickly turned into 'something out of a horror film.' Spiders could be the world's most deadly »
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - The missing Boeing 777 jetliner changed course over the sea, crossed Malaysia and reached the Strait of Malacca — hundreds of miles from its last position recorded by civilian authorities, Malaysian military officials said Tuesday, citing military radar data.
Millions of years ago, aquatic sloths roamed shallow waters off the coast of modern-day Chile and Peru. These now-extinct swimmers had highly dense bones that facilitated their transition from land to sea by helping them sink to seafloors to graze on vegetation, according to a new report.
WASHINGTON - For nearly five years, government and industry officials have been exploring ways to make it easier to find airliners and their critical "black boxes" that end up in the ocean. But their efforts are too late to help in the case of a Malaysia Airlines jet that disappeared over the…
Flight manifests reveal 10 occasions in 2012 and 2013 when Alberta Premier Alison Redford took a separate government plane even though other government flights were going to the same destination within an hour of her departure.
Philippe Steele-Morin, 30, appeared in a Montreal courtroom Monday afternoon and was charged with the murder of Tricia Boisvert.
Some of Quebec’s labour unions are warning that some of its members, which have supported the Parti Québécois for years, may not vote for the party this time now that media magnate Pierre-Karl Péladeau is running for a seat.
Several hundred people turned out in front of the B.C. legislature on Tuesday morning to protest coming service cuts and rate hikes at BC Ferries.
An elderly lesbian couple from Vancouver has been turning to a network of friends — mostly younger lesbians — for support as they deal with dementia.
The truckers' strike at Port Metro Vancouver has stopped the movement of 90 per cent of normal traffic — a scenario that is already impacting local businesses and families.
Winnipeg's brutally cold winter has thrust the city in an infrastructure crisis, with people now having to deal with potholes in addition to water main breaks and frozen pipes.
Winnipeg city officials are now waiving fees for citizens who have had their pipes thawed since Feb. 28, 2014.
Lunenburg will demolish a historic waterfront building that was badly damaged by fire last year.
Investigators in Bridgewater are still trying to figure out how a fishing vessel, featured prominently on the television show Haven, started sinking into the LaHave River this week.
Teachers at a middle school in Innisfail will no longer take their students to question period at the Alberta legislature after they witnessed the poor behaviour of the members there during a session last fall.
Saskatchewan's premier is applauding a new trade deal with South Korea, saying it opens up more opportunities for producers in this province.
A woman has been taken to hospital after driving under a school bus in Langley, B.C., early Tuesday afternoon. Langley RCMP say there were no children on the bus at the time.
Students and staff at the University of Ottawa have put together a task force of their own in response to two recent sexual misconduct scandals, calling the administration's response a "PR stunt."
As Canada officially ends its engagement in Afghanistan, which started in 2002, CBC News takes a look back at the most memorable moments of this highly controversial mission.
REGINA - The Saskatchewan government continues to reject a ban on young people using tanning beds despite their link to melanoma — a deadly form of skin cancer.
City officials are warning you not to hook up hoses from neighbours yourself or you could face health problems and your neighbour could be stuck with a higher water bill.