Search underway for missing Charlottetown man

A search is underway in the Parkdale area of Charlottetown Tuesday for a missing man.

Child poverty decreasing 'pitifully slowly' in B.C., report finds

One in five children in B.C. live in families that struggle to pay bills, rent and living costs, according to the report released by First Call B.C. Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition, covering statistics from 2016.

Thunder Bay man has 1st degree murder charge changed to 2nd degree murder in 2017 homicide

A Thunder Bay, Ont., man charged with first degree murder in the death of a 22-year-old woman in 2017 has had that charge changed to second degree murder.

'The time is now': Alberta boosts support for oil and gas upgrading

In a bid to combat the effects of low energy prices, Alberta is boosting its investment in two petrochemical upgrading programs to $2.1 billion, the government said Tuesday.

Police officer denied promotion because of race, hearing told

The lawyer for a veteran Ottawa police officer who claims he's been repeatedly passed over for promotion because of his ethnicity says it's "not acceptable" that there are so few visible minorities among the force's highest ranks.

Why could losing two valued House leaders matter to you?

Two big changes may affect how smoothly the Nova Scotia House of Assembly runs in the future: the retirement of NDP House leader Dave Wilson and the possibility that Tory House leader Chris d'Entremont may have to resign his seat if he successfully jumps to federal politics.

Gerry becomes a slime kingpin after he bans it from school

Slime is all the rage across Xavier, leading Gerry to ban it. Gerry also learns, however, that slime is actually a pretty lucrative business... and his ban just created a vacuum.

Pilot project integrates Sask. children with intensive needs into pre-kindergarten classes

Children with intensive learning needs are getting an early start in Saskatchewan schools.

Police investigate after receiving videos of another alleged assault from St. Michael's College School

Toronto police say they are investigating after receiving two videos Monday allegedly showing a St. Michael's College School student being assaulted with a belt.

Higgs promises to balance budget by 2020, energize private sector

The new Progressive Conservative minority government has delivered its first throne speech, an agenda that aims to be both modest and ambitious at the same time.

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.

1 in 5 Canadian homeowners have zero emergency savings: the reality of making ends meet

Mireille & Tony have two kids and they earn 20% more than the average household in Canada — but after tragedy hit in Fort McMurray, they're drowning in debt. Watch online now.

Students returning to classes after 2 Winnipeg schools evacuated due to bomb threats

Police say threats at Kelvin, Brock Corydon were unfounded, students cleared to return to class.

Police close Sullivan homicide case after prime suspect found dead

More than five years after Hamilton man Michael Sullivan was hunted down and run over by a man in a truck, investigators are closing his case — not because of an arrest, but because their prime suspect is dead.

29-year-old worker electrocuted at Leamington greenhouse

Ministry of Labour is investigating a case where a worker was electrocuted at a Leamington greenhouse.

'Really a disgrace': Alberta curling legend calls out boozers booted from bonspiel

Drunken players booted from an Alberta bonspiel over the weekend should have taken time for sober second thought, says Wally Ursuliak.

Dead whale found with 115 plastic cups, 2 flip-flops in its stomach

A dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a large lump of plastic waste in its stomach, including plastic bags and flip-flops, causing concern among environmentalists and government officials in one of the world's largest plastic polluting countries.

Federal Tory plan for gun laws LIVE

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer outlines the second of three policy pillars in his plan for "Safer Canada" dealing with gun laws and enforcement

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Capitals' Orpik out 4-6 weeks following knee surgery

Washington Capitals defenceman Brooks Orpik underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, the team announced Tuesday, and will be sidelined four to six weeks.

Teens aspire to work on $3.8B Gordie Howe bridge

Students in the Catholic school board's Construction Academy, which was created two years ago to help with the labour shortage, plan to work on the Gordie Howe bridge.

Legal fight ensnares 121 Muskrat Falls managers still waiting on wages

An injunction filed by Astaldi has "really prevented the flow of money," said Premier Dwight Ball.

Church, mosque moves cap busy term for planning committee

Ottawa's planning committee capped off the waning term of council by voting to allow cross-town moves by a mosque and a francophone church, as well as an addition to Vanier's Inuit Children's Centre.
In Depth

Yellowknife's draft budget continues trend of major cost increases

When Yellowknife's new mayor and council begin reviewing the city budget for next year, they will begin with a plan that proposes spending 41 per cent more on operations and maintenance than was spent last year.

New taxes, spending restraint needed to avoid fiscal cliff in Alberta, report warns

Alberta could face a deficit of almost $40 billion in 2040 unless the government restrains spending and tempers oil and gas royalty swings with new taxes, according to a report from the University of Calgary's School of Public Policy.