A week later, Parks Canada reopened most of the trail, with the exception of Deep Lake, Lindeman and Bare Loon campgrounds because of another bear in the area. Restrictions were also issued for groups touring in the area between Happy Camp and Bennett Lake.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - A solemn crowd gathered in St. John's, N.L., on Friday morning as the province marked 100 years since the disastrous start to the Somme campaign in the First World War. Under blue skies as the St. John's harbour sparkled behind them, people came together at the National
A team of botanists is flying into Arviat this week to study the flora in the region as part of a larger project to create a comprehensive guide to plants in the Canadian Arctic. "It's really important to know what plants we have all across Canada and the Arctic especially is a place we still
There's a possibility of showers or thundershowers Canada Day evening. Cooler Saturday. Looking good Sunday and Monday.
A toddler is recovering after falling into his family's pool in Longueuil Thursday night.
With summer underway and school out for at least two months, CBC Windsor talked to Janet Brown, the director of children's programming at the central branch of the Windsor Public Library, to get her recommendations for summer reading. Lead character, Sky Mundy has found a clue as to the whereabouts
You can also check our CBC Windsor's Eyes on Windsor blog, where our partner Eric Bonnici will update events in real time. Activities include a midway, children's entertainment and a 5,000-piece birthday cake.
Since it was launched last fall, the province's Triple P [Positive Parenting Program] continues to grow. "That tells us, one, that there is a need for such a parenting program on the Island and it also tells us that the government is very focused on having healthy, positive families on the
An Alberta pilot wants answers to what he describes as a botched rescue after a plane crashed into Cooking Lake on Tuesday. "The lake is not that big," said Jim Meyer, a pilot who lives nearby and flies planes out of Cooking Lake Airport, southeast of Edmonton . "He crashed about at
It happened on Herzberg Road, north of March Road in the west Ottawa suburb of Kanata, just before 8 p.m, paramedics said in a media release. A 39-year-old man suffered multi-system trauma and was taken to The Ottawa Hospital's Civic campus trauma unit in serious but stable condition.
A section of Rideau Street that closed after a large sinkhole formed more than three weeks ago will reopen to buses and taxis on Saturday, according to the latest update from the city. Buses and taxis will be able to travel along Rideau between Waller Street and Sussex Drive, but that section remains
Given P.E.I.'s rich history and diverse ecology, it's surprising that the province's environmental history hasn't been a thorough, in-depth study.
Two men are dead and one other is in serious condition after a shooting at an after-hours club near Kensington Market Friday morning. It happened just after 5 a.m. in a what police describe as an "illegal" lounge above a bar on College near Augusta Avenue, which is just a few blocks west of
Cyclists in Ontario are applauding new laws that go into effect today and will reduce the amount of allowable window tint on vehicles. Oliver Swainson, who manages City Cyclery in Windsor, Ont., says tinted windows make it difficult for cyclists and pedestrians to know whether the driver sees them.
Forrest Pass is a historian with the Canadian Museum of History with a doctorate in the history of Canadian nationalism, and professor Michael Bliss is a well-known Canadian political historian, academic and author. "When I was growing up we were still celebrating Victoria Day, May 24th, also known
In 2015, Lorraine and Rick Escher bought the catamaran to live on with their four children for a life at sea that could last as long as eight years. The family of six will spend the months between July and December carefully following the weather while moored in the harbour at Luperón, Dominican Republic
Wendell Knowles spent a lifetime in hiding in the Bahamas. The openly gay man arrived in Canada three weeks ago, fleeing his homeland where the LGBT community often finds itself the target of violence and harassment. Among those joining him are expected to be refugees from Syria, as Canada prioritized
If you're heading downtown on July 1, Alan Neal of CBC Ottawa's All in a Day will be hosting the Canada Day Singer Songwriter Showcase in Major's Hill Park at noon featuring Ottawa's own Amanda Rheaume.
When it comes to live coverage of Canada's 149th birthday, CBC News has you covered.
There are some new twists to the traditional Canada Day celebrations on Parliament Hill this year, including musical fireworks and presentations putting the spotlight on Indigenous culture. "If you're on our official sites — either Parliament Hill, Major's Hill Park or at the Canadian Museum
Here's a quick guide to what's open and what's not on Prince Edward Island Canada Day.
For most, Canada Day is a sea of red, white and fireworks. But this year, two siblings serving their country will spend the holiday honouring their great-grandfather's legacy.
The town of Souris will celebrate Canada Day from noon to 4 p.m. at CN Park. There's also a barbecue at the Legion starting at 6 p.m. with music by The Perrys and an invitation to watch the fireworks from the Legion's deck. There will be music from local musicians Niall MacKay, Cody Taylor,
Alberta's Progressive Conservatives say they will pick a new leader next spring. Party president Katherine O'Neill sent out a tweet on Thursday night saying the race officially launches Oct. 1 in Lethbridge, Alta., with debates planned across the province. Calgary-Hayes MLA Ric McIver has served
Paul Christensen — a senior fisheries biologist with Alberta Environment and Parks — in an interview Friday said it was more than unusual. "It was the first time ever, I believe," Christensen said. "I think it is fair to say that if conditions persist as they have now, that we would