Municipal Election 2018: A list candidates for mayor and council in Sudbury
The municipal election in Ontario is set to take place on Monday, Oct. 22.
Dispatches from Quebec's Lower North Shore: Aboard the Bella Desgagnés
Follow the adventures of CBC reporters Peter Tardif and Julia Page as they set sail for some of the most remote communities in Quebec.
Thunder Bay police seize over $296K worth of cocaine
Officers in Thunder Bay, Ont., have seized several kilograms of cocaine from an apartment in the zero to 100 block of Cumberland Street.
Police seek teen after elderly man attacked in Burnaby's Central Park
Officers are looking for a teenaged male who was seen running from the area after the attack on Sunday night.
Dirty Ottawa clinic equipment may have affected 4,600 patients
Thousands of people who underwent minor surgery at a Stittsville medical clinic over the last 15 years were at a higher risk of infection because of improperly cleaned medical equipment.
Justice For Our Stolen Children Camp responds to province's action
Protesters with the Justice For Our Stolen Children camp speak to media about their next steps following the provincial government's decision not to fulfil their requests.
No-bake chocolate 'rocks' are kid-friendly, nature-inspired summer treats
These no-bake chocolate cookies are good for kids to try out as they don't need an oven and they can get creative to make the treats look like different kinds of rocks.
The National Today
Obama throws shade on Trump while exalting Mandela
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.
CFL expansion to Halifax reaches crucial crossroad
The optimism surrounding yet another attempt at CFL expansion to Atlantic Canada has been extremely cautious. But the next four to six weeks could determine if a 10th CFL team becomes reality.
Students credited with stopping voyeur in BCIT woman's washroom
Students on the BCIT campus in Burnaby are being credited with capturing a man who was allegedly taking cellphone pictures of women in a washroom.
Young girl's act of kindness brightens 'terrible day'
A young girl from Fall River made a big impression Monday on an asphalt sealer who was having a horrible day.
Capital Foundations: All aboard for a look inside Edmonton's railway history
Restored to her former glory, the Edmonton High Level Streetcar gently rocks as it makes its daily voyage from Old Strathcona, across the North Saskatchewan River valley, to downtown.
Watch as Soccer Canada gears up for World Cup push
Watch live now as Canadian men’s soccer coach John Herdman outlines his plans for the 2022 and 2026 World Cups. Last month, Canada was part of the winning bid to co-host the 2026 World Cup.
National Defence turns attention to military families stressed by moves
The Seamless Canada program will address some of the more significant stresses on military members and their families while moving, Harjit Sajjan.
Retiring Calgary police chief credited with boosting force's transparency despite short, 'rocky' tenure
Chief Roger Chaffin said he's stepping aside after three years on the job to allow for younger and more contemporary leadership to take over the Calgary Police Service.
Obama makes historic speech at Mandela celebration in South Africa
'Unfortunately, too much of politics today seems to reject the very concept of objective truth,' former U.S. president warns
More price drop for New Brunswick gas prices
CBC New Brunswick's Gas Guru predicts that pump prices will lower this week and continue lowering next week.
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.
Merb'ys round 2: 'More glitter, more by's'
The b’ys are back with a fresh new calendar hoping to take the world by storm ... again.
Guelph, Ont. man missing after weekend hike in sweltering California park
Trackers with dogs are combing part of Joshua Tree National Park in California, searching for Paul Miller, 51, of Guelph Ont. reported missing since heading out for a hike Friday morning.
Burnaby RCMP press conference LIVE
Police are looking for a teenage male after an elderly man was badly beaten in Burnaby's Central Park on Sunday night.
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.
World Emoji Day
Can you guess the Canadian book by the emojis?
Happy World Emoji Day! Sometimes, you don't need words. Just emojis will do.
SAQ employees walk off job, shutting most stores
Employees of the SAQ, Quebec's government-run liquor board, walked off the job Tuesday, forcing the closure of most outlets the province.
'He coldcocked me with this snow globe': how fist of flurry marred family's Christmas
A Vancouver Island man has been found guilty of sucker-punching his neighbour with a snow globe on Christmas Day 2016.