Calgary Flames vice-president of data and analytics and assistant general manager Chris Snow has died of complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
It sounds like it should be a villain in a super-hero movie, but in reality, "anti-matter" remains one of the world's greatest mysteries.
In the last year, Canadian green groups have lodged at least four formal complaints with the Competition Bureau, alleging false or misleading environmental claims by fossil fuel companies or -- in the case of a complaint against RBC -- those who finance them.
It was a triumphant return for Matt Shiltz.
Defenceman Quinn Hughes has been a very good player for the Vancouver Canucks during the last four seasons.
Britain's new defense secretary has suggested that British military training of Ukrainian soldiers, which currently takes place in U.K. bases, could move into western Ukraine.
As artificial intelligence dominates the public interest, some experts fear we don't understand the true climate impact of these models.
A man is in hospital in serious condition after what police believe is a targeted shooting.
Swan River RCMP are investigating a single-vehicle crash that killed five people. Investigators believe the vehicle was travelling northbound when it went off the road, and that speed was a factor in the crash.
A terminally ill federal prisoner, who has been fighting for a compassionate release to die outside of jail, has been granted day parole.
When it comes to uncouth, uncultured and downright unacceptable behaviour on ships, experts in travel etiquette and cruising have seen it all. They share plenty of bad behaviours for passengers to avoid (and good ones they should emulate).
A recent study has found 1 in 20 people in the U.S. who contracted COVID-19 used non-evidence based treatment, such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, due to beliefs in vaccine-related misinformation.