How the Ritchie brothers turned a business headache into a massive opportunity

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers is a global corporation and a Canadian business success story, but it started off as a used furniture shop with a big problem: the bank had called in a $2,000 loan.

'Worse than oil': Sask. farmers say Husky downplaying damage from salt water leak

The Saskatchewan farming family that owns the land where salt water leaked from a Husky Energy line says the company is “underplaying” the damage.

Woman and girl dead, 13 other people injured in Danforth shooting in Toronto

A woman, 18, and a girl, 10, are dead and 13 other people are injured after a shooting in Toronto's Greektown neighbourhood on Sunday evening, according to police.

Heat warning issued for Nova Scotia as humidity levels soar

Environment Canada says the humid weather in the province is expected to last until at least Wednesday.

Calgary's only supervised consumption site sees dramatic increase in traffic

The number of visits to Safeworks has more than quadrupled since it opened nine months ago.

Witnesses describe hysteria of Greektown shooting

Witnesses describe the panic at the scene of a mass shooting in Toronto’s Greektown neighbourhood Sunday night.

Trump fires off explosive threat to Iran's leader: 'BE CAUTIOUS!'

U.S. President Donald Trump warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in an all-caps tweet late Sunday that he will face dire consequences for threatening the United States.

British government wouldn't block death penalty for ISIS 'Beatles' suspects

The British government would not object to the United States seeking the death penalty for two British Islamic State militants if they are extradited to the United States, a Home Office minister says.

1-stop hub aims to help families facing homelessness in Calgary

Beginning in August, a family-sector hub will operate from a central location in the downtown core, providing vulnerable families with a single stop to access services and explore alternatives before homelessness hits.

Landowners impacted by 2017 CFB Suffield fire continue to wait on compensation

Nearly a year after a massive fire that started on a military base in southeastern Alberta torched an area nearly half the size of Calgary and killed at least 160 cows, surrounding landowners who were affected are still waiting for compensation.

Dig your dinner: Things to know about clamming on P.E.I.

How do you find clams? And how many can you take? Professional P.E.I. clam-digger John Martin has our answers.

Justyn Knight turns pro after signing long-term deal with newly formed Reebok Boston Track Club

Canadian distance runner Justyn Knight, a three-time NCAA Division I champion in his four years at Syracuse, has signed a long-term contract as a foundational member of Reebok Boston Track Club and will continue working with his college coach, Chris Fox.

Johnny Manziel in Montreal LIVE

Johnny Manziel is at the Olympic Stadium after being traded to the Montreal Alouettes

'Community in crisis': Drugs fuelling increase in crime, Winnipeg police chief says

Violent crime is up seven per cent over 2016, and was 10 per cent higher last year than the city's five-year average, the Winnipeg Police Service's annual report says.

10-year crime rate nudges upward in Waterloo region and Guelph: StatsCan

Waterloo region and Guelph have seen a rise in break and enters, sexual assaults and fraud, new data from Statistics Canada shows.

Canadian teen Auger-Aliassime advances at Swiss Open

Canadian wild-card Félix Auger-Aliassime advanced to the second round of the Swiss Open clay-court tennis tournament with a 6-3, 7-6 (3) win over Argentina's Guido Anderozzi on Monday.

23-year-old Rusagonis man dies in early-morning car crash

Police responded to the crash on Post Road in Rusagonis, a rural community about 20 kilometres south of Fredericton, shortly after 12 a.m. Monday

What is the AFN?

The Assembly of First Nations is an advocacy organization for First Nations Peoples. It's the largest one in Canada, representing more than 900,000 people from 635 communities.

Missouri duck boat that sank in storm, killing 17 now recovered

Workers have retrieved the tourist 'duck boat' that sank last week while carrying tourists in Missouri during powerful winds, killing 17 people. Divers have recovered a video-recording device from vessel as investigators seek answers.

Access to Inglewood made easier with 2-way traffic on Memorial Drive ramp

Traffic on the Memorial Drive access ramp from the Baines Bridge to 12th Street N.E. started flowing in both directions on Monday, a change the city says is designed to improve access to the Inglewood area.

As It Happened: The Archive Edition - The Message Episode

When Dari Yates was 13-years-old, she wrote a message, put it in a bottle, and threw it in Alberta’s Bow River. The imaginative teen hoped that someone would find that bottle and get in touch with her. That was in 1970.

Recovery schools could help teens before addiction takes hold, say B.C. parents

Recovery schools could help teens before addictions take hold, say some B.C. parents. And calls for more support facilities are being made by the B.C. Centre on Substance Use, the Canadian Mental Health Association and a recovery high school in Ontario.

Islanders recall Louis Armstrong's troubled visit to P.E.I.

Historian Jim Hornby is presenting an apology tribute to Louis Armstrong Monday night in Charlottetown to reflect on an "ugly incident" that took place 60 years ago.

'That's for boys': One of Sask.'s 1st strongwomen reflects on stereotypes and becoming world class

Tracey Halladay didn’t even want to go to the gym when she was younger because she’d sweat. After encouragement from her husband she tried it and has been competing in powerlifting and strongman ever since.
In Your Shoes

How hard is it keeping up with one of Canada's top strongwomen?

CBC Saskatchewan's Heidi Atter tried training with Regina strongwoman Tracey Halladay.