Police look for vehicle in Windsor murder case and release cause of death
A day after releasing the victim's identity, Windsor police say they're looking for information on a vehicle believed to have been in the area of the June 10 murder.
Flames make 5-player trade with Hurricanes
The Calgary Flames traded defenceman Dougie Hamilton, forward Micheal Ferland and blue line prospect Adam Fox to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for forward Elias Lindholm and defenceman Noah Hanifin on Saturday at the NHL draft.
Filipino street food: a sticky, saucy culinary joy ride at Kanto
Edgar Gutierrez, one of the owners of Tres Carnales and Rostizado, has gone back to his roots at the Kanto 98 St. Eatery, serving up liempo, talangka fried rice and kaldereta beef.
2 Halifax Mooseheads picked in 2nd round of 2018 NHL Draft
Halifax Mooseheads stars Jared McIsaac and Benoit-Olivier (BO) Groulx were both drafted in the second round of the NHL Draft on Saturday in Dallas.
Drag queens walk in Liverpool parade after outpouring of support
Oscar's Cafe, Flowers, Gifts and Such nearly didn't participate in the Privateers Parade after facing backlash for LGBTQ float.
1 dead after blast at rally for Ethiopia's new PM
An explosion struck a huge rally for Ethiopia's new reformist prime minister on Saturday, killing one person and injuring dozens. Meanwhile, an explosion rocked a stadium where Zimbabwe's president was addressing a campaign rally, injuring several people.
Kardeisha Provo on why she's speaking out about issues in her neighbourhood
Kardeisha Provo, 18, wasn’t happy with the way her Halifax community of North Preston was being portrayed in the news, so she decided to change the narrative and start telling the neighbourhood's positive stories.
School principal takes 7 million steps to help stop bullying and violence
After almost a year of walking about 15 kilometres everyday, Bruce Van Stone has reached his goal of covering a distance equal to a cross-country trek, in an effort to raise awareness against bullying and violence.
Our Toronto - June 23, 2018
The stories and people that our city is talking about - every week on CBC's Our Toronto with Marivel Taruc.
Fire blazing near Sugarloaf Place in east end of St. John's
Crews are fighing the fire near Sugarloaf Place, which is near East White Hills Road.
Alex McEwan takes big steps at graduation
On his fifteenth birthday in December 2015, Calgary's Alex McEwan was injured in a tobogganing accident with friends and lost the ability to walk. It’s the kind of change that could destroy a person, but Alex has thrived and is learning new skills. Watch him walk onstage, with some help from a powered exoskeleton, to receive his diploma.
Game of Thrones co-stars Kit Harington, Rose Leslie wed
Former Game of Thrones co-stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie married Saturday with a church service and a celebration at the bride's ancestral castle in Scotland.
Advocates welcome announcement for permanent safe injection site in Quebec City
Quebec City is one step closer to getting its first supervised injection site, as health officials have chosen a location and are embarking on final public consultations in the Saint-Roch neighbourhood.
'An archive of colours': Decades of history preserved in historic cabin on North Shore
The Blue Cabin's undeniable vintage charm is at the at centre of a Grunt Gallery exhibition running to the end of July.
Novak Djokovic advances to 1st ATP final in nearly a year
Novak Djokovic advanced to his first ATP tour final in almost a year by defeating Jeremy Chardy 7-6 (5), 6-4 at Queen's Club on Saturday in London.
Staking and Sampling: Students say Yellowknife prospecting course rocks
Students came from communities across the territory, including Whati, Gameti, Lutselk’e, Fort Good Hope and Tulita, for a two-day prospecting course in Yellowknife.
Saja Al-Baldawi on what drives her to push beyond her past
After living through the horrors and hardship of war in both Iraq and Syria, 20-year-old Saja Al-Baldawi has pushed beyond trauma and language barriers to become one of the most involved students at her high school in her new home, Regina. She tells CBC's David Common what motivates her.
Ilya Kovalchuk returns to NHL on 3-year deal with Kings
Russian forward Ilya Kovalchuk has agreed to a three-year, $18.75 million US deal to return to the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings.
Brooks Orpik placed on waivers by Avs: report
A person with knowledge of the move tells The Associated Press that the Colorado Avalanche have placed veteran defenseman Brooks Orpik on unconditional waivers to buy out his contract.
World Cup: Mexico holds off South Korea 2-1, closes in on Round of 16
Mexico sits top of Group F after a 2-1 victory over South Korea on Saturday. El Tri now have two wins and are in position to clinch a spot in the last 16.
Guess who's back? Ilya Kovalchuk signs 3-year deal with Kings
Russian forward Ilya Kovalchuk has signed a three-year worth $18.75 million US to return to the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings. The sniper last played in the NHL with the New Jersey Devils in 2012-13.
Train from Alberta derails in Iowa, leaking crude oil into floodwaters
A freight train from Alberta derailed in northwest Iowa on Friday, leaking crude oil into flooded fields flanking the tracks
Derailed train from Alberta leaking crude oil into Iowa floodwaters
A freight train from Alberta carrying oil derailed in Iowa on Friday. Crude oil has been leaking into the flooded fields which has raised concern about residential water contamination.
Motocross riders ready to rock Red Bull event in Calgary this weekend
Organizers are promising a new and improved course for this year's Red Bull Rocks and Logs enduro motocross event in Calgary — which means it will be tougher for riders, and more exciting for fans.
COC approves Calgary as potential host for 2026 Olympics
The Canadian Olympic Committee has officially selected Calgary as a potential host for the 2026 Olympic Games. The International Olympic Committee will select the host city in September 2019.