Winnipeg Blue Bombers' profits and attendance up, annual report says
The Winnipeg Football Club gained yards in profit last year, its annual report from 2017 says.
Sexual violence task force to present report in June: WRPS
A task force examining allegations of sexual assault handled by the Waterloo Regional Police Service has completed its review, with a report set to land in June.
Bullet casings found at Banff/Ledbury
Ottawa police are investigating a report of shots fired in south Ottawa for the second straight day.
National Gallery will sell Chagall piece even if it doesn't get its replacement
The director of the National Gallery of Canada says he will sell a Marc Chagall painting even if two Quebec museums get the money to purchase the same French painting he's targeting.
Britain will ban sale of plastic straws
Britain plans to ban the sale of plastic straws and other single-use plastic products and is pressing Commonwealth allies to also take action to tackle marine waste.
Queen hopes Prince of Wales will succeed her as head of Commonwealth
Offers support for Prince Charles during official opening speech
Mother of 2-year-old found dead in Quebec City hospitalized with self-inflicted injuries
The mother of a toddler who was found dead in Quebec City yesterday was taken to hospital with self-inflicted injuries ahead of her planned court appearance today.
How I Wrote It
How a trip to Sweden inspired long-time nonfiction author Katherine Ashenburg to write her first novel
The bestselling non-fiction author talks about writing her debut novel, Sofie & Cecilia.
Commodities rollercoaster on $100 US oil talk, sanctions stress
Talk that Saudi Arabia has its sights on $80-$100 US a barrel oil again and of more U.S. sanctions on Russia ignited a rally in commodities and resource stocks on Thursday.
Marissa Shephard's 1st-degree murder trial resumes today
The first-degree murder trial of Marissa Shephard will resume today now that a voir dire that started earlier in April has ended.
Missing 2-year-old girl found dead in Quebec City
Police in Quebec City are confirming that the body they found near a home in Quebec City is that of missing 2-year-old Rosalie Gagnon.
Player's Own Voice
How John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes became curling's golden duo
It was an unlikely partnership at the beginning. Indeed, Canadian curlers John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes had different teammates in mind prior to the mixed doubles Olympic trials. Circumstances changed those plans, and Team Canada reaped the rewards of an Olympic gold medal.
Carport roof collapses during fire, damaging 25 vehicles on Bayshore Drive
The Ottawa police arson unit is investigating an overnight fire in a Bayshore area carport that damaged more than two dozen vehicles when it caused the roof to collapse.
Swedish king intervenes as Nobel board resignations grow amid sex scandal
Another member of the Swedish Academy awarding the Nobel Prize in Literature said Thursday she is resigning, bringing the total number of board members who are quitting the prestigious institution to six. King Carl XVI Gustav said he has begun a consultation with the academy to discuss the issue.
Police and family trying to locate 81-year-old missing man
Hamilton police are asking for the public's assistance in locating an 81-year-old man.
The Early Edition
Vancouver Morning Show
Towing fees from deserted lot cost Edmonton woman $300
The Chinatown Mall looks deserted, with fading signs and boarded up windows. But an Edmonton woman who parked in its empty lot warns the decision cost her almost $300 and left her questioning the lack of regulations on towing fees.
Testimony at Commons committee on access to information, privacy and ethics LIVE
Issue discussed is the breach of personal information involving Cambridge Analytica and Facebook
Infrastructure minister update on the Investing in Canada plan LIVE
Amarjeet Sohi news conference on steps being taken to implement the Investing in Canada plan
Burlington man in serious condition after his truck mounts a guardrail
The truck went through multiple lanes and a median before it hit the guardrail.
Stanley Cup Playoffs: Full schedule and TV guide
Hockey Night in Canada's coverage of the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs features Toronto facing Boston, and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia reigniting the battle of Pennsylvania.
Watch emergency crews battle a large carport fire
Video footage of a carport fire on Bayshore Drive early Thursday morning that left 25 vehicles and one townhouse damaged.
Hockey Night in Canada: Free live streams on desktop & app
CBC Sports brings you a free live stream of Thursday's Hockey Night in Canada playoff game, with the Toronto Maple Leafs hosting the Boston Bruins in Game 4.
Windsor biologists using 3D printed robo-toads to study mating rituals in Costa Rica
Researchers in Windsor are researching why Costa Rican yellow toads turn bright yellow to mate. And they're using 3D printed robo-toads to do it.
The golden curling duo that was never supposed to happen
John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes found unexpected chemistry that led to an Olympic gold medal.