A developer's plan to build a 45-storey residential tower in Oliver, a building more than three times as tall as the current height limit in the area, was approved by Edmonton City Council Monday night.
A water main break has caused the City of Saskatoon to issue a wide-sweeping precautionary boil water advisory. Areas east of Central Avenue and north of College Drive are under the advisory until further notice.
Canada's environmental regulator has resumed its review of plans devised by Malaysia's state-owned Petronas to export liquefied natural gas from northern British Columbia, clearing the way for the federal cabinet to rule this fall on the controversial ...
REGINA - Low natural resource prices have prompted Standard & Poor's to downgrade Saskatchewan's credit rating to double-A-plus from triple-A.
Ottawa's transit commission has voted to broaden Para Transpo service to include a wider group of customers, estimating between 800 and 2,000 people with intellectual disabilities or mental health issues could sign up for door-to-door rides.