Throwing up in a Calgary cab could cost you more than your pride

City council upped the fee for upchucking or soiling a taxi with any other bodily fluids from $100 to $250.

76ers extinguish Heat in Game 5 to advance to 2nd round

Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons shined again in front of rapper Meek Mill, and the dominant duo ushered the nightmares-into-dreams Process of the Philadelphia 76ers into the second round with a 104-91 win over the Miami Heat on Tuesday night.

Survivor of Humboldt Broncos crash still sees future in hockey

Ryan Straschnitzki, a survivor of the Humboldt Broncos crash, still sees a future in hockey — whether it's playing for the national sledge hockey team, as a coach or a scout. In this exclusive interview with CBC News, Straschnitzki recounts the day of the crash, his struggle since then, and how he draws the courage to keep battling every day.

Game Wrap: Granderson homers to give Blue Jays walk off win

Curtis Granderson drove in three runs, including a walk off, solo home run, in Toronto's 4-3 win.

Why the van attack isn't being called terrorism yet

The question of why the Toronto van attack hasn't been called terrorism yet is an issue that many Canadians have raised. CBC News takes a look at how Canada defines terrorism — and how its definition in the Criminal Code has been applied to previous incidents in the country.

City golf courses finally thawing enough to open for season

Now that spring finally appears to be here for good, local golf courses are busy preparing for the season.

Toronto community shaken by van attack, rally for strength

The Toronto community of North York may still be shaken by Monday's van attack, but its residents have rallied in small ways to give each other strength. Co-host of The National Ian Hanomansing spent the day in the neighbourhood to see how people are coping in the wake of the attack.

Why some 'incels' are celebrating accused in Toronto van attack

Journalist Aditi Natasha Kini has covered the "involuntary celibate" culture referenced by Alek Minassian — and she says she payed a heavy price for it.

Babcock wants Leafs to embrace challenge of Game 7

The Toronto Maple Leafs' season has come down to one game, and head coach Mike Babcock says they should embrace it. The deciding game against the Bruins will be played Wednesday in Boston at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Ontario Premier Wynne on the van attack, the vigil, and preventing future incidents

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne was one of the many people to pay their respects to the victims of the Toronto van attack. She joined The National to give her thoughts about the attack, how the community has come together for the vigil, and taking preventive measures to avoid future incidents.

Ken Lam: The cop who arrested Alek Minassian peacefully

Const. Ken Lam of the Toronto Police Service is the officer being praised for his arrest of Alek Minassian, and the way he managed to subdue the suspect without firing his weapon. As a primary witness to the incident, it will be some time before Lam can speak publicly about the arrest — but that hasn't stopped his colleagues and people around the world from complimenting his work.

CBC Atlantic Tonight April 24, 2018

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

RCMP search for Oxford House man facing 2nd-degree murder charges

RCMP are asking anyone with information regarding Randal Hastings' whereabouts to contact investigators.

'Other people have to pay'

Judith Taylor, associate professor of sociology at the University of Toronto, talks about what might lead disenfranchised men who feel rejected by women and society to take their anger out on others through violent means.

Investigating van attack suspect Alek Minassian's past

The investigation into the Toronto van attack suspect's past is underway, with 25-year-old Alek Minassian making his first court appearance.

Van attack victims: What we know about the dead and injured

A vigil has been growing for the Toronto van attack victims — and we're slowly learning more about the dead and injured. On Tuesday, investigators clarified that 10 people were dead and 14 were injured. As the initial shock of the attack passes, people are now turning their attention to the victims — for the lives they lived, and for the battles the survivors have ahead.

G7 security meeting addresses protection of 'soft targets'

The G7 security meeting in Toronto between security ministers addressed the protection of 'soft targets' — the name used to describe places where people go about their everyday lives.

Macron trip marks 1st state visit for Trump White House

French President Emmanuel Macron's trip to Washington marks the first state visit for the Trump White House. The two presidents may disagree on a number of key issues, but both leaders see the visit as an opportunity to strengthen their own political profiles.

Curtis Granderson hits walk-off HR to lift Jays over Sox

Curtis Granderson hit a solo shot off Craig Kimbrel in the 10th inning to give the Toronto Blue Jays a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.

Enormous crime scene a challenge for van attack investigators

The crime scene spans more than ten major city blocks over 2 kilometres. Extra help has been brought in to analyze the span of Yonge Street as police try to make a case for first-degree murder convictions.

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Exercise lowers risk of depression at all ages, researchers find

Regardless of your age or where you live, physical activity can reduce the risk of depression later in life, according to a large analysis of scientific research.

G7 security meeting addresses 'soft targets'

The G7 security meeting in Toronto between security ministers addressed the protection of 'soft targets' — the name used to describe places where people go about their everyday lives. The timing of the meeting is especially important, given the van attack on a busy street yesterday in Toronto.

Granderson with walk-off homer to lift Jays to 4-3 win over Red Sox

Curtis Granderson hits walk-off homerun as Jays edge Red Sox 4-3.

'I really don't see yoga as anti-Christian': Reverend, yogis speak out against letter denouncing yoga

Yoga is supposed to bring about calm and tranquillity. But a letter denouncing the practice as anti-Christian is stirring up controversy in Boissevain, Man.