Man sobs as he pleads guilty in Craigslist sex abuse case of 7-year-old girl

The man in the prisoner's box cries for 20 minutes straight, but few in the courtroom seem to feel bad for him.

Dozens missing in Indonesia as ferry sinks

Dozens of people are missing from a ferry that sank on Indonesia's Lake Toba, casting a tragic pall over holidays marking the end of the Muslim holy month.

3 injured, 1 critically, after serious crash in Vaughan intersection

Three people were injured, one critically, after a serious crash involving three vehicles in Vaughan early Tuesday.

'It kills that mass market': Burgeoning British bourbon market braces for EU tariffs on U.S. exports

With the European Union poised to hit American exports with retaliatory tariffs, those who sell or consume U.S. spirits in the United Kingdom are predicting the burgeoning market for whisky and bourbon could take a hit.

Parking rates to increase in uptown Waterloo

Parking rates in uptown Waterloo will go up 25 cents next year, then 25 cents every three years until 2028.

An homage to female drummers

An photogallery homage to female drummers

Beaconsfield moves closer to summer-long ban on leaf blowers

Beaconsfield is looking to ban the use of all leaf blowers, be they gas or electric, in the summer months in an effort to combat noise and air pollution, but not everybody is on board with the plan.

Toddler struck in southwest Edmonton parking lot

A toddler is recovering in hospital after being struck by a vehicle in southwest Edmonton Monday evening.

Dog's leg caught in snare trap in Fish Creek Park, Calgary couple says

A Calgary couple is warning other pet owners after their dog suffered a serious cut from what they say was an illegal snare trap in Fish Creek Park.

'They have stormed the airport': Yemen's war intensifies in Hodeidah

Arab coalition troops stormed the airport in Yemen's main port Hodeidah on Tuesday and captured large areas of the compound in battles with Iran-aligned Houthis, a Yemeni military source, the UAE's news agency and local residents said.

Senators trade Mike Hoffman after scandal

The Ottawa Senators have sent Mike Hoffman to the San Jose Sharks for Danish winger Mikkel Boedker after allegations Hoffman's girlfriend had been harassing his captain's family.

The Long-term Care Homes Public Inquiry LIVE

A year after Elizabeth Wettlaufer pleaded guilty to killing 8 nursing home patients, the province begins hearing from witnesses on the safety and security of residents in long-term care facilities.

Police widen search for 'threat to the community' Jason Murray, after he left St. Joe's

Hamilton police say they are still looking for 38-year-old Jason Murray who went missing last Wednesday from St. Joe's West 5th mental health campus.

RCMP close road near Fort Qu'Appelle after serious collision

RCMP are investigating after a serious collision near Fort Qu'Appelle.

'I have to make fun of it': Sarah McLachlan on the intense power of Angel, the unofficial song of sorrow

Sarah McLachlan reflects on the legacy of Lilith Fair, the power of Angel and how music saved her life ahead of the 2018 SOCAN Awards.

Parliament's chief librarian ends chapter in 'emotional place'

It's neither the books nor the architecture Sonia L'Heureux will miss most when she retires as chief librarian of the Library of Parliament this week. It's the way people react when they walk into the storied chamber.

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What Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings had was not a 'love affair,' new Monticello exhibit reveals

An exhibit at the Monticello plantation is being applauded by many descendants for acknowledging the life of Sally Hemings, and for sharing the truth behind her relationship with Thomas Jefferson.

An Awkward Girl Dates... A Hot Guy

"Sarah did not tell me she was setting me up with a 10."

Finding Adler: The music and mystery of the Jewish refugee who shaped the lives of a Chinese family

During the Second World War, a Jewish refugee escaped the Nazis and fled to Shanghai. There, he taught music to a group of orphans, but abruptly disappeared in 1947. The Chinese-Canadian son of one of those orphans, Fang Sheng, set out to solve the mystery of what happened to him.

Facebook's 'unpleasant underbelly' policed by thousands of content reviewers worldwide

Content reviewing is one of the fastest-growing, entry-level job sectors in Silicon Valley as social media platforms fight to rid their platforms of ever-growing amounts of toxic content.

Men who trafficked 14-year-old plead guilty in London court

Two men who were supposed to start preliminary hearings this week instead pleaded guilty to human trafficking of a 14-year-old girl. A third man pleaded guilty earlier in June.

Explosion destroys Mount Pearl business

An explosion has destroyed a business, Trimac Transportation, in Mount Pearl. Witnesses say the roof and the walls were blown off in the blast about 8:30 this morning. Fumes appear to have ignited while employees were working inside the building. Two people have been taken to hospital.

Proud To Shine Features

In honour of Pride Month, CBC Toronto highlights five individuals from the LGBTQ2+ community doing great things.

Trudeau government to kick off talks towards national strategy on big data

The Trudeau government will take fresh steps today towards equipping the country for the rapidly advancing era of big data.