Italy, Spanish aid group clash over 1,000 migrants at sea
An informal meeting was held between EU officials on Sunday over potential solutions to Europe's migrant crisis. Meanwhile, a Spanish aid group has said there are currently seven boats in Mediterranean Sea, carrying over 1,000 migrants. The group claims Italy has refused to offer help.
World Cup: Harry Kane delights in England's 6-1 rout over Panama
England's Harry Kane scored three goals in his side's most one-sided victory in World Cup history. A 6-1 win over Panama means the English side has advanced into the Round of 16.
Senators sign pending UFA Chris Wideman for 1 year
The Ottawa Senators and defenceman Chris Wideman have agreed to terms on a one-year contract extension worth $1 million US. His 2017-18 season ended on Nov. 16 due to a torn hamstring.
Children's choir from Syria declines U.S. festival over border concern
A Syrian children's choir based out of Toronto has opted not to travel to the United States for a U.S. festival. Most members immigrated to Canada within the last two years but worry their documents will cause problems at the U.S. border.
Car crashes into house in Saskatoon's Lawson Heights neighbourhood
Three teens were taken to hospital after a car crashed into a home in Saskatoon early Sunday morning.
Family breaks out walking shoes for Red Shoe Crew Walk
A local family credits their faith, their family and their friends for supporting them when their baby son fell ill — and to a local charity for providing a little bit of home.
CBC IN MALI
1st Canadians hit the ground ahead of perilous Mali mission
A small advance team has arrived in Mali for Canada's first substantial peacekeeping mission since the 1990s.
Sask. national historic site set for June festival, even as cuts threaten future
Off the beaten tracks of Saskatchewan is one of the province’s hidden secrets, a national historic site that springs to life every June.
Syrian children's choir won't attend U.S. festival over border fears
A Toronto-based Syrian children's choir will not be travelling to the United States to perform at an international festival due to fears about crossing the border under the Trump administration's travel ban, its founder said Saturday.
Cleanup underway after train from Alberta derails in Iowa, leaking crude oil into floodwaters
A freight train from Alberta derailed in northwest Iowa on Friday, leaking crude oil into flooded fields flanking the tracks and raising concerns about the possible contamination of residential water supplies downstream, officials say.
Senators sign Chris Wideman to 1-year extension
The Ottawa Senators have agreed to a one-year contract extension with defenceman Chris Wideman.
Why Canadian peacekeepers are in Mali
CBC's Adrienne Arsenault reports from Mali, where drought and extremism threaten one of the poorest nations in the world and could worsen the migrant crisis in Europe.
Harry Kane thrills with hat trick in rout of Panama
Harry Kane scored a hat trick to help England to its most one-sided World Cup victory, a 6-1 rout of Panama on Sunday that secured a place in the last 16 with a game to spare.
Etobicoke shooting leaves 2 men dead, Toronto police say
Two men are dead after a shooting in Etobicoke early Sunday, Toronto police say.
Egg-stra bad timing: Bluesfest main stage work jeopardized by nesting bird
Bluesfest is getting ready for another year, but there's one tiny problem: a killdeer's decided to make the main stage area its nesting site.
Nearly half of youth incarcerated are Indigenous says Statistics Canada
Nearly half of all youth who end up in custody across Canada are Indigenous, a statistic that a Manitoba activist says shows unacceptable and systemic racism.
P.E.I. farmers encouraged to delay first cut of hay to protect grassland birds
In an effort to protect grassland birds, P.E.I. farmers are being urged by the provincial government to delay cutting their hay crops until mid-July.
4 injured, 1 critically, in early morning crash in Brampton
Four people were injured, one critically, after two vehicles crashed in Brampton early Sunday, police and paramedics say.
2018 NHL free agency tracker
Get up to speed on the latest key signings as the NHL's free-agent market gets set to open on July 1.
Italy, Spanish aid group at odds over 1,000 migrants at sea
As EU officials meet to discuss Europe's migrant crisis, a Spanish aid group says there are seven boats in the Mediterranean Sea carrying about 1,000 migrants in need of rescue off Libya's coast, but that Italy has declined its offer of help.
For richer or poorer: Sharing CPP with a spouse at divorce means never getting it back
A B.C. man discovered that he will only get partial CPP after splitting it years ago with an ex-spouse who died before it was ever claimed.
Thunder Bay police seek help to find missing woman
Police say Crystal Ritch has not been seen since June 15.
2018 FIFA World Cup schedule and results
When does your favourite team play? When does your rival play? Find out with our full schedule of matches for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, from the beginning of the group stage on June 14 through to the final on July 15.
Jays' Stroman shines in return to mound, keeping Angels quiet
Marcus Stroman returned to the mound for the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday night, tossing five scoreless innings in a 4-1 win over the hometown Los Angeles Angels. The right-hander had been sidelined since May 8 with shoulder fatigue.
No one injured after Greyhound bus catches fire on QEW
No one was injured after a Greyhound bus caught fire on the Queen Elizabeth Way in Mississauga early Sunday, Ontario Provincial Police say.