TTC tunnel mishaps spark calls for Queens Quay design review
Cars ending up down the streetcar tunnel is the latest issue with Queens Quay for members of TTC board. There is concern that confusion caused by the layout and signage may have contributed to accidents with cyclists and pedestrians.
Laurentian says 'discussion is important' regarding amount of part-time profs in Ontario universities
Laurentian’s Interim Vice-President Academic and Provost, Serge Demers, said the poll results don’t tell the whole story. But he accepted its findings that Ontarians want a better province-wide balance in their universities when it comes to full-time and sessional professors.
Pipeline replacement project turns taps on spending in Fort Simpson, N.W.T.
“It’s been quite a depressing last couple of years with no activity whatsoever,” said Fort Simpson Chamber of Commerce president Kirby Groat.
Physically and politically, Sarnia's city hall is divided
Despite a wall erected at Sarnia city hall to physically separate the mayor's office from administration, the political climate remains tense.
Diagnosing cancer in the ER is all too common, says Doctors Nova Scotia
Dave Doucette's harrowing experience of being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer after multiple visits to the emergency department should be a wake up call, say Nova Scotia opposition leaders.
P.E.I. man returns to climbing 6 months after breaking bones in fall off mountain
Matt Cormier is back climbing again, indoors at least, after surviving a fall off a mountain in New Brunswick just six months ago.
Cool on Friday, but warmer temperatures ahead
It won't be quite as mild Friday and Saturday, but temperatures will rebound nicely Sunday afternoon into next week.
Poor road conditions force some schools to close in eastern New Brunswick
Poor road conditions have forced some schools across the province to close on Friday.
Trinity-Spadina residents brace for more condos at former site of massive slaughterhouse
The iconic slaughterhouse that gave Toronto its nickname Hogtown shuttered years ago, but the Trinity-Spadina landmark site may soon boast - you guessed it - condos.
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday, March 23
Schools, government offices delayed as Island grapples with freezing rain
English- and French-language schools on P.E.I. are on a one-hour delay on Friday as the province moves to clear the ice and snow.
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Wabana mayor makes long-shot plea for unity as Bell Island beset by controversy
Longtime Wabana mayor Gary Gosine is calling for unity and healing in his fractured community.
Storm Centre: Get the latest closures, outages and travel details
Check out the CBC New Brunswick Storm Centre to get the latest road conditions, school cancellations, business and community closures and power outages from across the province.
CBC Ottawa announces the top 10 Trailblazers
We received hundreds of submissions from all across the city and its surrounding areas asking you to tell us about the people making an impact in your corner of the community.
Nova Scotia Storm Centre: Latest closures and travel details
CBC Nova Scotia's Storm Centre gives you the latest in school cancellations, road conditions and business and community closures.
Montreal motorists, take note: Fines for parking and traffic violations are going up
Double-parking, blocking traffic or stopping your car in a handicapped spot will now force Montreal drivers to pay steeper fines, as the city has hiked the cost of parking and traffic infractions for the first time since 2009.
Storm Centre: Get the latest closures, outages and travel information
Get the latest road conditions, school cancellations and power outages from Storm Centre P.E.I.
Nurse practitioners not always compensated for providing medical assistance in dying
It wasn't until April of 2017 that nurse practitioners (NPs) in Ontario could prescribe the controlled substances used for medical assistance in dying (MAID). Since then, about a dozen have provided either patient assessments or the procedure itself.
(Live at 5:00 am ET) 2018 World Figure Skating Championships
2018 World Figure Skating Championships: Men's Free Program - Milan, Italy
Charlottetown wants to build better bike lanes on Fitzroy Street
The City of Charlottetown is asking Ottawa to fund part of a $1M project to build new sidewalks, re-design intersections, and install two-way dedicted bike lanes along a 1.9 km stretch of Fitzroy Street.
Digital system to replace familiar yellow immunization cards
The ubiquitous yellow immunization card could soon be a thing of the past as public health units across Ontario move to a digital record system.