Who had leftover Father's Day cake for breakfast this morning?
The World Cup race heats up today with four races in store:
- Australia vs. Spain at 11:30 a.m.
- Netherlands vs. Chile at 11 a.m.
- Croatia vs. Mexico at 3:45 p.m.
- Cameroon vs. Brazil at 3:45 p.m.
CBC's dedicated website keeps you up-to-date on the latest news, insights and analysis from Brazil. For live video streaming, highlights and a comprehensive broadcast schedule, visit cbc/fifaworldcup.
You can also download CBC's Match Centre app to watch all games live on your smartphone and tablets, get instant highlights and interact with fans on social media.
During the World Cup, we want to hear from you superfans. Swing by our newsroom at 118 James St. N. to pick up a copy of the broadcast schedule (make sure you show up in a jersey!)
We are also building a photo gallery of the most passionate soccer fans in Hamilton. Email or tweet us your fan portrait and tell us which teams you'll be cheering on!
Following a gorgeous weekend, the mild weather comes to a stop today. Today is mainly cloudy, but expect 60 per cent chance of showers late this morning and early this afternoon with the risk of a thunderstorm.
Expect a high of 29 C today and an overnight low of 15 C. UV index is 8 or very high so put on some sunscreen.
A typical Monday drive to work. Expect normal delays due to volume on all major routes.
The jury for the 10-day inquest into the shooting of Steve Mesic will reconvene on Monday to hear the closing arguments from lawyers. They are also expected to deliver recommendations on how to prevent similar incidents.
Garden live chat
How did the notorious polar vortex this past winter affect your garden? What's the right way to get rid of bindweed? Get your garden growing with a live call-in conversation with Ontario Today's Ed Lawrence starting at 12:30 p.m. We'll also have expert gardeners Jon Peter from the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, Marie Clarke-Davies and Claudette Sims. Join us online or by phone at 1-888-817-8995 or do both.
A Canadian family is quickly gaining fame and fans on social media, thanks to their creative and hilarious Vines – an app that allows users to shoot six-second videos that play in a loop.
The Eh Bee Family, as they are called on Vine, has amassed almost 600,000 followers worldwide.
Bruce Allan had a jog that he will not soon forget on a trail near Fort McMurray, Alta., earlier this month. For five heart-stopping minutes, a black bear followed Allan and his jogging partner, toying with them and coming inches away from them at one point. Take a look at their close encounter. (Warning: this video contains graphic language)
On mobile? Click here to watch the video on YouTube.