'There should have been one': N.S. mother drives son to ER after waiting nearly an hour for ambulance
A Nova Scotia mother says she had to drive her son to hospital herself on Canada Day when no ambulance showed up after more than 40 minutes.
Canada Day weekend fireworks have sparked more calls to either regulate or ban backyard fireworks displays in Nova Scotia.
New Brunswick's education minister is lashing out at Air Canada, saying the airline is incompetent because it decided on the weekend to cancel a Monday flight that would have taken him and four officials to a meeting in Regina.
Calls are increasing across the Maritimes for governments to tackle labour shortages in the health-care sector, as hospitals are being forced to close emergency rooms now that weary staff are taking summer vacations to recover from pandemic-related stress.
One person has been taken to hospital following a fire at a Dartmouth apartment building Sunday morning.
Pictou County District RCMP says a seven-year-old girl reported missing in Pictou, N.S. has been found safe.
A small farm in Burtts Corner, N.B., is combining its therapeutic services with a new strawberry u-pick.
A 32-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly drove into an RCMP vehicle before fleeing from police.
A 50-year-old New Brunswick woman is facing an impaired driving charge following a head-on collision with a fully marked RCMP vehicle in the village of Tracadie.
The emerald ash borer – an invasive tree-killing beetle – continues to infect hundreds of trees across the Bedford area.
Slovyansk could become the next major target in Moscow's campaign to take the Donbas region, Ukraine's predominantly Russian-speaking industrial heartland.
Longer than usual wait times are being felt at emergency departments across the Maritimes this long weekend.
A new report from TD says Canadian home sales could fall by nearly one-quarter on average this year and remain low into 2023.
Oromocto First Nation is hosting its 7th annual powwow this weekend, attracting people from all across Wabanaki -- the Atlantic provinces.
Hospitals overwhelmed by the pandemic’s onslaught are still facing a number of challenges, causing unprecedented wait times in emergency rooms across the country.
The initial reluctance of governments, federal and provincial, to appoint a public inquiry into the N.S. mass shooting, was difficult to understand. It took the heartfelt pleas of the victims’ families and the fast rising tide of public opinion to make the politicians act.
A lack of programs to certify lifeguards amid the COVID-19 pandemic is contributing to the industry-wide shortage seen in Canada, a Toronto city official says.
Roller disco hit its peak in the 70s and 80s, but for many, the thrill of gliding on four wheels is still very present.
When Cooper Coats first stepped foot on the rugby field in grade 12, he had little idea he would eventually lace up his cleats to represent Canada.
Lieutenant-Colonel Rhonda Matthews is still adjusting to the attention she's been getting as Parade Commander at the Nova Scotia International Tattoo.
In the seaside community of Bateston, N.S., the Bates families have left their mark for over 200 years, especially Pat Bates.
A beloved Labrador retriever puppy owned by a New Brunswick fire department has died.
A teenage filmmaker in Nova Scotia is celebrating after winning an award for her short film, “No Pun Intended."
The May Garden Chinese Restaurant in Bedford, N.S., has introduced 'Bella' to its team -- a robot that helps deliver customers' orders to their tables.
The stage is set for what promises to be a more normal Canada Day in Fredericton, N.B. Final preparations were underway at the city’s exhibition grounds, where festivities begin Thursday night.
To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Halifax band The Mellotones will be headlining a show at the TD Halifax Jazz Festival.
A Fredericton artist is using her artistic abilities to shine a little light on homeless shelters across the city this summer.
Wild and untouched, Prince Edward Island's natural beauty is something unique to this part of the world.
It's been 25 years since Saskatchewan's last residential school closed, but some are still healing.
After becoming a casualty of a major downsizing at work, Robert Mah converted his minivan into a solar-powered mobile office and drove from Ontario to Victoria, B.C.
When Dan Fine returned from his first trip volunteering at animal shelters on the Polish-Ukrainian border in late April, he immediately felt compelled to return to continue helping pets that have been left behind in the war.
A 125-year-old sailboat is set to return to the waters of British Columbia after being landlocked for more than 20 years.
A social media campaign to help find a compatible stem cell donor for a four-year-old girl in Montreal is putting a spotlight on the lack of diversity in donor lists.
A woman who was trapped inside a bank during a robbery and fatal shootout with police near Victoria on Tuesday says there is one question still plaguing her a day later: Why didn't the gunmen just leave with the money?
Canadian Forces veteran James Topp marched through Ottawa on Thursday on the final leg of his cross-country march, and was joined by Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre for part of the walk.
The touring Museum of Failure, now in Calgary, shines a light on the worst failures in history. Mark Villani reports.
More witnesses are coming forward with new details on the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot following former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson's devastating testimony last week against former U.S. President Donald Trump, says a member of a U.S. House committee investigating the insurrection.
A Toronto woman says a dog she rescued from the Dominican Republic has been traumatized after being left in a corner of Toronto Pearson International Airport with baggage for about 21 hours.
Chinese-Canadian billionaire Xiao Jianhua, who went missing in Hong Kong five years ago, was due to go on trial in China on Monday, the Canadian embassy in Beijing said.
Torched forests and cities burned to the ground. Colleagues with severed limbs. Bombardments so relentless the only option is to lie in a trench, wait and pray. Ukrainian soldiers returning from the front lines in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region, where Russia is waging a fierce offensive, describe life during what has turned into a gruelling war of attrition as apocalyptic.
A Black man was unarmed when Akron police chased him on foot and killed him in a hail of gunfire, but officers believed he had shot at them earlier from a vehicle and feared he was preparing to fire again, authorities said Sunday at a news conference.
A new study looking at opioid deaths across Canada over 17 years has found that low-income Canadians are almost four times more likely to die from opioids than high-income Canadians.
Two people are injured and a third is in custody after what RCMP describe as a 'public shooting' at a rodeo in B.C. Sunday.
More than 30,000 residents of Sydney and its surrounds were told to evacuate or prepare to abandon their homes Monday as Australia's largest city faces its fourth, and possibly worst, round of flooding in less than a year and a half.
Pope Francis has dismissed reports that he plans to resign in the near future, saying he is on track to visit Canada this month and hopes to be able to go to Moscow and Kyiv as soon as possible after that.
The search continues for a man who paved a Puslinch, Ont. driveway without consent.