On this holiday special, a fashion faux pas has the Dragons feeling festive; a pitcher hopes she has the whole package; and an invention that hopes to wipe away any frosty comments. Plus a pitcher hopes to keep the Dragon's interest rolling.
The NationalRob Ford gets servedDec 12, 2013 | 3:02Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was served with a libel notice on Thursday while his brother Doug was explaining some Christmas gift giving, Nil Koksal reports
The NationalMagnussen says ammonia leak ended coaching careerDec 12, 2013 | 2:57Retired world figure-skating champion Karen Magnussen says an ammonia leak at a North Vancouver rink two years ago has left her permanently disabled
The NationalCanadians react to mail service changesDec 11, 2013 | 2:40Changes to mail service will affect about five million households over the next five years. Chris Brown has some of the reaction from Canadians
The NationalMint chair involved in offshore tax schemeDec 10, 2013 | 2:50Jim Love, chair of the Canadian Mint, signed a deal to try to keep the Canada Revenue Agency in the dark about an offshore tax avoidance scheme, Susan Bonner reports
The NationalMother with dementia 'warehoused,' daughter saysDec 9, 2013 | 2:55The daughter of an 84-year-old Calgary dementia patient is speaking out about how her mother was “warehoused” in acute care hospitals for almost a year, because she couldn’t get long-term care in a public or private facility.