Canada's Shapovalov zooms past Dzumhur at Miami Open

Canada's Denis Shapovalov rebounded from a shaky opening match at the Miami Open with a straight-sets 6-1, 7-5 victory over Bosnian Damir Dzumhur on Saturday.



The road map and road blocks of Trump's transgender troops ban explained

U.S. President Donald Trump has issued an order supporting his push to ban most transgender troops from serving in the U.S. military except under "limited circumstances." But the decision is expected to be the subject of an ongoing legal fight in the months ahead.

Canada's Jennifer Jones to play U.S. in semifinal at women's curling worlds

Canada's Jennifer Jones will face American Jamie Sinclair in semifinal play at the world women's curling championship. Sinclair advanced Saturday morning with a 10-3 victory over South Korea's EunJung Kim. The Americans scored seven points in the ninth end.

Gun control rallies held in over a dozen Canadian cities in support of March for Our Lives

More than a dozen Canadian cities hosted marches to call for stricter gun control laws in both Canada and the United States in the wake of a deadly high school shooting that killed 17 people in Parkland, Fla.

Warriors' Curry may miss start of playoffs with injured knee

Stephen Curry will miss at least three weeks with a sprained left knee, meaning the Golden State Warriors will be without their do-everything point guard and second-leading scorer for the rest of the regular season.

Dara Howell soars to gold in World Cup big air final

Canadian Dara Howell had just enough in her final jump to take over top spot and win in the final World Cup event of the season.

Juno Awards 2018: all the best moments

We hit up as many events as we could at the Junos so you don't miss a thing.

Megan Cressey finishes third in World Cup final

Canada's Megan Cressey pulls into third after scoring a 71.80 on her final jump in the World Cup big air final.
Second Opinion

Can we say 'vagina' in a headline? New name and new controversy about menopausal condition

It might have a new name but women are still confused over how to treat a bothersome postmenopausal condition that can interfere with their sex lives. A new study says estrogen hormone drugs are not the only option.

French officer who took place of hostage dies of injuries

The French officer who took the place of a hostage during a siege in a supermarket in southwestern France has died of his injuries. Arnaud Beltrame ‘fell as a hero,’ French President Emmanuel Macron said.

Man injured in shooting at west Edmonton clothing store

A man was shot and injured Saturday morning inside a west Edmonton clothing store, police say. The incident happened at the Lucky Aces store on 156th Street and Stony Plain Road at around 11:20 a.m., said Edmonton police Staff Sgt. Barry Maron.

Police lay firearm, drug charges after Niagara Falls armed robbery

An investigation into an armed robbery at a Niagara Falls home in late January has concluded with three men being charged, according to the Niagara Regional Police Service.

Ethiopia's Gudeta shatters women's record at world half marathon championships

Ethiopia's Netsanet Gudeta smashed the women's only race world record at the world half marathon championships in Valencia, Spain on Saturday.

CBC Atlantic Tonight

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Developing stories in the Ottawa and Greater Toronto regions.

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The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories.

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Video captures wolf as it pads along Banff ski resort access road

An employee at a Banff ski resort had some majestic company on his commute to work on Friday morning.

Sports panel tackles inclusion, equality and inspiring change

More than 100 students from across the country participated in Atlantic Canada’s first conference on sports business, with a focus on industry change and inclusion.

Chinatown-area shooting sends man to hospital

Ottawa police are investigating after a man was shot Saturday afternoon inside a home on Anderson Street.

Quebec doctors protest their own raises, call for improved patient accessibility

A Quebec doctors' group is decrying the Quebec government's raises for doctors, saying the money should be spread more equally among health care workers.

'Mad as hell': Members of the film community react to potential sale of Saskatchewan Soundstage

It’s all speculation, but the Soundstage building on College Avenue in Regina could potentially be one of 660 provincially-owned buildings to be sold — that’s if the government decides the space is under-used.

How the suicide of a reverend's father brought mental health discussions to a St. John's church

Reverend Robert Cooke is encouraging his congregation to ask for help — something his father wasn't able to do.

March for Our Lives: Students lead massive rallies for gun control

Summoned by student survivors of the Florida school shooting, hundreds of thousands of people are pouring into the U.S. capital and cities across America and the globe to march for gun control and ignite political activism among the young.