Highway 17 reopens after brush fire

Smoke from a brush fire created visibility issues along Highway 17 between Mattawa, Ont., and Petawawa, Ont. Friday.

Remains of 8th victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur found buried in Toronto ravine

The lead Bruce McArthur investigator says police have found the remains of Majeed Kayhan, the latest victim to be identified in the serial killer case involving the Toronto landscaper.

Horse-drawn carriage with 18 youth onboard crashes near Round Lake in Sask.

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'Renaissance' of Elora, Ont., puts housing pressure on longtime locals

People in Elora say they're worried about being priced out of the market as the town enjoys a tourism boom, the opening of a luxurious hotel and spa, and first home buyers escaping Toronto real estate prices.

A guide to wedding gifts and why some couples don't want anything

It’s wedding season in Canada and if you plan on witnessing any upcoming nuptials, chances are you’ve been wondering what to give the happy couple.

Wildfire threat prompts evacuations in northeastern Ontario

It's going to be a very busy weekend for crews battling dozens of wildfires in northeastern Ontario. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says eight new fires were ignited by lightning strikes Friday, pushing the total number of blazes to at least 65 — 34 of which remain out of control.

Sask. government seeks court order to remove Justice For Our Stolen Children camp

The Government of Saskatchewan is taking legal action against the Justice for Our Stolen Children Camp and Regina Police Chief Evan Bray.

Lava crashes through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 23

An explosion caused by lava oozing into the ocean sent molten rock crashing through the roof of a sightseeing boat off Hawaii's Big Island, injuring 23 people.
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Sufi superstar Satinder Sartaaj set to feature new songs at Vancouver concert

Satinder Sartaaj has done it all: turned poetry into international hits, played a lead role in a Hollywood movie, dabbled as a professor with a PhD in Sufi music and worked on a United Nations human rights campaign.

Downtown Edmonton tenant ready to move after months of overnight LRT work

Summer construction projects may be a reality in Edmonton over the next few years but some people living downtown are fed up after several months of overnight work on the future Valley Line LRT, keeping them awake.

Man arrested for attempted murder after Brampton, Ont., boy's disappearance

Police arrest a 28-year-old man for attempted murder after a five-year-old boy went missing Thursday morning from his Brampton, Ont., home.

Aeroplan announces big plans for its revamped program but members still skeptical

Aeroplan has announced ambitious plans to transform itself into a rewards program that doubles as a travel agency. But industry experts and members have questions about what direction it will take.

U of S brings teacher program to Treaty 4 territory

The University of Saskatchewan's Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) has signed an agreement with the Kahkewistahaw First Nation, it's first effort to offer training in southern Saskatchewan.

Homicide detectives investigate death of man in Leslieville

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a man in Toronto's Leslieville neighbourhood early Saturday.

Watch the Diamond League track & field event in London

CBC Sports is providing a free live stream of the 11th stop of the IAAF Diamond league season in London.

See how Trump's stand on Russia has shifted since Helsinki

His summit in Helsinki may have ended on Monday, but U.S. President Donald Trump has since been dogged by questions about whether he believes Russia meddled in the 2016 U.S. election — mainly due to his own shifting answers.

These Toronto solid waste artists want you to take a closer look at your trash

Meet Sean Martindale and J.P. King: a pair of artists working to help shine a light on Toronto's waste habits in a way it's never seen before and help the city meet its goal of diverting at least 70 per cent of waste from landfills.

(Live at 9:00 am ET) 2018 IAAF Track and Field Diamond League Series on CBC - London Day 2

From London Stadium in London, England

Why there's finally a drug for smallpox even though the disease no longer exists

Enough doses for two million treatments have been delivered to the U.S. government's national emergency stockpile — and the Canadian government isn't ruling out the possibility of buying some.

Doug McCallum wants to stop LRT in Surrey, but it may not be possible

The future of Surrey's mass transit system is turning into an important election debate.

Bibles in the bush: Yukon's Braeburn Christian camp marks 50 years

'You don’t know the impact you have on a child until years later, they see you on the street and they say, 'hey, you’re the lady who baked bread with us at Braeburn!'

Forces of nature and humanity: The week in pictures

Volcanic eruptions, monsoon floods, victory and humiliation, documented in eye-popping images from around the world.

P.E.I. artist featured in American Art Collector magazine

A P.E.I. artist is making a name for herself south of the border.