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Man convicted in traumatic Paradise home invasion pleads for leniency

Sentencing hearings for Tyler Donahue and Abdifatah Mohamed, both of whom are in custody, are underway Tuesday at provincial court in St. John's.

'It was always a dream of mine': Sherwood Park hockey player inks NHL deal

A 20-year-old hockey player from Sherwood Park will be starting his next season with the NHL.

Justin Trudeau makes announcement with N.S. premier LIVE

PM is scheduled to make an announcement with Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil followed by a media availability

Trudeau has harsh words for Putin after Helsinki summit, in contrast to Trump

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has avoided criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump's behaviour Monday during a controversial news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Canadian swim trials critical in helping shape squad for 2020 Olympics

The 2020 Olympics are more than two years away, but this week's swimming trials in Edmonton choose the team that will compete in the Pan Pacific Championships, Aug. 9-12 in Tokyo, in a Summer Games test run for Canada.

Calgary police chief to retire in January

Calgary's police chief has announced that he plans to retire in 2019 after 32 years with the service.

Fired Boys and Girls Club worker enters plea in sex crimes case

A former program director at a Saint John non-profit pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of sexual assault and sexual interference with a person under 16.

Forested wetland donation boosts Island Nature Trust holdings

The Island Nature Trust has received a donation of 28 hectares of land in eastern P.E.I., which it says will now be protected for wildlife in perpetuity.

3 Calgary family members killed, 3 others injured in crash on Texas highway

A Calgary family is in mourning after a head-on highway collision in Texas on Saturday left three members dead and sent three others to hospital with serious injuries.

Big Bear Hug

A huge bear is wandering through the forest — but wait a minute! Who's that he's hugging? A beaver? And a moose? And a bird? And a tree?

Carson Crosses Canada

Linda Bailey's children's book tells the story of a woman who drives across Canada with her dog Carson.

The bestselling books in Canada: July 8 to 14, 2018

Bestseller lists are based on using weekly sales from over 260 Canadian independent stores.


Gordon Korman's young adult novel is about a former bully struggling to live a better life after he loses his memory in an accident.

Ocean Meets Sky

Terry Fan and Eric Fan's Ocean Meets Sky is about a young boy who sets sail to fins the point where the ocean meets the sky.

Bag of drugs found in stolen vehicle in Point Douglas

A search of a stolen vehicle in Winnipeg produced a bag of drugs, including methamphetamine and cocaine, police say.

Love You Forever

Love You Forever is Robert Munsch's most popular book.

Old City Hall courthouse fire was deliberately set, Toronto Fire says

A Toronto Fire official says an investigation has found a Monday night fire at the Old City Hall courthouse was deliberately set.

(Live at 12:00 pm ET) 2018 Team Canada Swimming Trials on CBC: Prelims - DAY 1

From the Kinsmen Sports Centre in Edmonton, AB

Greyhound cuts raise concerns for vulnerable women in rural B.C.

The elimination of Greyhound bus services in Western Canada has the B.C. Society of Transition Houses concerned for the wellbeing of women fleeing abuse.

The Marrow Thieves

Cherie Dimaline's young adult novel is set in a dystopian future where Indigenous people are being hunted for their bone marrow.

Armed robbery suspects arrested after car crash leads to police search

Halifax RCMP had initially warned residents in the Bedford Hills area to remain in their homes, but said around 12:30 p.m. it was now safe for them to leave.

Man charged in Toronto subway homicide case appears in court

A man accused of killing a senior citizen by shoving him in front of a Toronto subway train had his case put over for a month during a brief video court appearance on Tuesday.

Moody's upgrades credit rating outlook for Canada's major banks

Rating agency Moody's raised its credit ratings outlook on Canada's major banks on Tuesday, just over 14 months after it lowered the ratings citing high debt levels and soaring house prices.

Canada should help Holocaust denier on trial in Germany: civil liberties group

A civil liberties group is urging the Canadian government to end the "unjust and immoral" imprisonment of Monika Schaefer, a German-Canadian woman on trial in Germany for publishing videos denying the Holocaust.