MPs freed from House of Commons as Tories bring standoff tactics to an end

After more than 20 hours of continuous voting, the Conservatives have ended their filibuster-like retaliation tactics in the House of Commons.

After being exiled from Hollywood, Kathy Griffin is ready to make her comeback

Griffin talks about the continuing fallout over her controversial Trump photo and why the harrowing experience still hasn't broken her.

Stockwood's in St. John's bakes its last loaf

People had their cake and they ate it, too.

Western Education to lead provincial early learning and child care centres

Western University’s Faculty of Education announced a major initiative Friday after they were chosen to lead the Provincial Centre of Excellence for Early Years and Child Care.

Knute Johnsgaard could feel the love all the way from Whitehorse

Attending his first Olympic Games, the cross-country skier couldn't have his family with him but that didn't stop them from gathering to cheer him on.

Carleton's crash test dummy team aiding collision investigators

Carleton University engineering students are teaming up with Ottawa police today to better understand what exactly happens when a vehicle strikes a cyclist.

Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May joins anti-pipeline protest in B.C.

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and NDP MP Kennedy Stewart say they plan to violate a court order to stay off certain Kinder Morgan sites.

Edmonton mayor says LRT money in provincial budget big win for city

Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson is checking one item off his wish list from the province: $1.5 billion for the proposed Valley Line LRT in west Edmonton. But should he?

(Live at 3:00 pm ET) 2018 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Curling Championships

2018 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Curling Championships: Draw 1 - College Men - Leduc, Alberta

(Live at 3:00 pm ET) Road to the Olympic Games: 2018 World Figure Skating Championships on CBC

2018 World Figure Skating Championships: Men's and Ice Dance Free Programs - Milan, Italy

2 Islanders lose combined $97K to fraudsters

Fraudsters continue to prey on Island victims through several different scam techniques.

Duckwalk a few miles in Snoopy's heels and discover the art of voguing

Let's break down a dance that's a lot harder than it looks (and was not, in fact, invented by Madonna)

Team Canada says North Bay fans have been highlight of international curling event

The playoffs for the Women’s World Curling Championships are taking place in North Bay this weekend.

Northern cod stock down by 30%, still in 'critical zone'

Fisheries and Oceans Canada released its cod stock assessment Friday, and it wasn't what the N.L. fishing industry wanted to hear.

Carleton students' crash test dummy to help police investigations

Carleton University engineering students used a crash test dummy to simulate a cyclist being hit by a car. The data will be used by Ottawa Police to reconstruct collision scenes.

Ex-Florida Panthers, Marlins, Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga dies at 80

H. Wayne Huizenga, a college dropout who built a business empire that included Blockbuster Entertainment, AutoNation and three professional sports franchises, has died. He was 80.

Melissa Lotholz had support in Korea and back home in Barrhead when she suited up for her first Games

The self-proclaimed farm girl had a crew of family with her in Korea and an even larger group cheering her on from Alberta.

Waterloo region supports Parkland students, March For Our Lives

From students in a Cambridge high school to a rally in Waterloo, people are taking part in events to show solidarity with the March For Our Lives in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.

Barenaked Ladies to reunite with Steven Page at tonight's Juno Awards

To celebrate being inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Barenaked Ladies will reunite with Steven Page at the Juno Awards. They'll play two songs together — after barely speaking to each other for nearly a decade. Is it a one-off? Watch now.

Pedestrian pinned under vehicle, critically injured

A pedestrian was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after ending up pinned beneath a vehicle in Vanier Friday afternoon.

Superstar scorer may be a super healer: Jets' Patrik Laine wants to play Friday night

One day after the Winnipeg Jets' head coach said Patrik Laine could miss up to two weeks with a bruised ankle, the 19-year-old was skating with the team and telling the coach he wants to play tonight against the visiting Anaheim Ducks.

Complaints from N.L. of sexual assault by 'travelling doctor' who examined RCMP recruits

Police in St. John's are investigating sexual assault complaints dating back to 1981 against a doctor employed by the RCMP.

Not even a torn ACL could stop Phil Marquis and his family from getting to the 2018 Olympic Games

The Quebec native was injured right before the Games but decided to keep on fighting and had his family on hand, and his community back home cheering him on every step of the way.
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Watch Championship Show Jumping - The Rolex Grand Prix of The Dutch Masters

Watch coverage of Championship Show Jumping - The Rolex Grand Prix of The Dutch Masters in Den Bosch, Netherlands, beginning on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. ET.

Union activist files complaint alleging former PM violated N.S. lobbying law

The bureaucrat responsible for Nova Scotia's lobbyist registry is looking into a complaint filed Friday that former prime minister Jean Chrétien may have broken the province's lobbying law.