A second coming in Sudbury: the creator of What Would Sal Do on the city that defines his show
What Would Sal Do? creator Andrew de Angelis and star Dylan Taylor discuss the new CraveTV series.
Purolator stops accepting new parcels as threat of strike looms
Package delivery firm Purolator suspended acceptance of new shipments Tuesday after its largest union issued 72 hours' notice of a possible strike, which would commence Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. ET.
Scottish parliament gets ready to vote on 2nd independence referendum
As British Prime Minister Theresa May tries to unite the U.K. ahead of its formal exit from the European Union, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon presses forward with plans to hold a second referendum on independence.
Will Smith briefly reunites with Fresh Prince castmates
Man told to dig into his own pocket to fix sewage pipe on town property
Stouffville church shining spotlight on human trafficking in York Region
'To this day, it's still a thoroughly confusing project': Prozzäk on their return to music
RCMP cruiser struck head on by pickup truck
Cyclone Debbie makes landfall in Queensland, Australia
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz addresses students
Trump to issue executive order rolling back Obama climate change policies
B.C. government's Facebook page vandalized
Canadian snowboarder McMorris in hospital after serious backcountry accident
Is it ethical to swallow a morality pill?
The Current for March 28, 2017
Calls grow for Devin Nunes to recuse himself from U.S. House's Russia probe
Hamilton LRT meeting brings dozens of speakers and tough decisions
Injured Mark McMorris named to Canadian Olympic team
U.K. tabloid's 'Legs-it' front page draws sexism complaints
Windsor man nominated for Canadian Cinematography Award
Albertans waiting longer for cataract surgeries
Share the road everyone, drivers and cyclists included
MUHC staff cuts affecting patient care, surgeons warn
Taxi slams into Montreal hotel foyer ahead of NEB hearings