Jasper man shatters pelvis while cliff jumping at Horseshoe Lake
A Jasper man is facing a lengthy recovery after shattering his pelvis in a cliff jumping accident at Horseshoe Lake this week.
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.
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.
What Canadians need to know about our peacekeeping mission in Mali
Canadian troops are set to join the UN peacekeeping mission in Mali, a country that's been torn apart by violence since 2012 and has proved to be one of the UN's deadliest missions.
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.
A vacant lot no more? Ecology North asks Yellowknifers to send in their ideas for a pop-up park
Ecology North and the City of Yellowknife are going to build a pop-up park in downtown Yellowknife, bringing greenery and building a social environment to the urban core
Agriculture minister knows Bill 6 anger will be used in re-election fight
There are signs Oneil Carlier’s opponents think he is vulnerable in the 2019 election. Five people have entered the race for the UCP nomination in Lac Ste. Anne-Parkland.
5 tips for newcomers from someone who's been there: Opinion
After almost a decade on the Island, Omair Imtiaz passes on some helpful tips for newcomers to P.E.I.
B.C. cook brought in as temporary foreign worker wins $32K in back pay
Advocates for migrant workers and independent businesses say the case points to inadequacies in Canada's immigration system, which they say privileges educated, high-income earners over workers from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
Animal rights group calls for ban on P.E.I.'s horse-drawn carriages
A national animal rights group wants P.E.I.'s Animal Welfare Act expanded to include a ban on horse-drawn carriages, but a local operator says working horses are healthy and just doing what they're bred to do.
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
Germany building blast wreaks havoc, 25 injured
25 people were injured in a building explosion in Wuppertal, Germany. The blast wiped out the building's attic and top three floors, according to German police.
OPP searching Ottawa River for missing swimmer
A search is underway for a 20-year-old swimmer after police say he was swept away by rapids in the Ottawa River.
Marcus Stroman strong in return, Blue Jays down Angels 4-1
Marcus Stroman threw five scoreless innings while Steve Pearce hit a three-run home run in the ninth inning, giving the Toronto Blue Jays a 4-1 win over the L.A. Angels on Saturday. Toronto had previously lost five straight games on the road.
Ricky Ray injury overshadows Stampeders blow out win over Argonauts 41-7
A scary injury as Toronto Argonauts quarterback Ricky Ray was carted off the field in the third quarter on Saturday. In a lopsided Grey Cup rematch, the Calgary Stampeders cruised to victory 41-7 to spoil Toronto's home opener.
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.
Woman, 30, dies after she was shot in a parked car in North York
A woman, 30, has died after she was shot in a parked car in North York early Sunday, Toronto police say.
Toronto prepares for 1st Pride parade since Bruce McArthur's arrest
A flood of revellers will pour into Toronto on Sunday for the city's 38th annual Pride parade, the first since police charged an alleged serial killer with the deaths of eight men with ties the LGBTQ community.
Cyclist injured in collision with car
Gatineau police are investigating after a cyclist and a car collided Saturday afternoon in the city's Pointe-Gatineau neighbourhood.
Support workers doling out pills in nursing homes are under-qualified, some health professionals say
The Elizabeth Wettlaufer inquiry has raised alarms about who is providing support to seniors in long-term care facilities. One doctor tells Checkup that support workers aren't adequately trained to deliver medications.
Spain rescues 569 migrants as EU discusses influx
Spanish authorities have released video of some of the 569 migrants they rescued after they crossed the Mediterranean in 25 leaky dinghies and a canoe.
'He could've died': Toddler recovering after Gatineau pit bull attack
A two-year-old boy is recovering after he was bitten by an aggressive dog Friday evening in the city's Aylmer sector.
(Live at 6:00 am ET) 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup on CBC: Liptovsky - DAY 2
From the Canoe Slalom Venue in Liptovský Mikuláš, SLO
Etobicoke shooting leaves 2 people dead, Toronto police say
Two people are dead after a shooting in Etobicoke early Sunday, Toronto police say.
5 taken to hospital for overdoses at Escapade
Five people were taken to hospital to be treated for overdoses on Saturday during the Escapade Music Festival in Ottawa.