2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup Part 2: Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia Day 2

ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup from Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia

Turkey's Erdogan claims election victory, opposition says it's too early to concede

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed victory in Sunday's presidential election and said his ruling AK Party and its alliance partner had won a parliamentary majority.

2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup Part 1: Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia Day 2

ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup from Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia

Winnipeg police looking for missing man

David Hanslip, 70, was last seen leaving his home in the Tyndall Park area around 12:20 a.m. Saturday.

Ciclovia events aim to draw more women in to Winnipeg's bike culture

Ciclovia capped off Winnipeg Bike Week, which featured over 60 events across the city, including bike maintenance workshops, city bike tours and group rides

Silhouettes honour 'silent witnesses' of violence

Geraldine Theresa Paul was beaten to death by her partner in March of 1981, and Rowena Mae Sharpe was beaten to death by her estranged husband in the same month in 2012. Both women lived on St. Mary’s First Nation.

Cyclist sent to hospital after crash involving vehicle in southeast Calgary

The cyclist was taken to hospital in critical condition, but was later upgraded to stable, police say.

1 dead in northeast Calgary house fire

The Calgary Fire Department was alerted to the fire in the 100 block of 25th Avenue N.E. at around 11:30 p.m.

Study looks at potential of artificial intelligence to help those with memory loss

A new University of Victoria study will explore how technology like Amazon's Alexa can be used to help those with memory loss.

Canada's Bansley, Wilkerson earn silver at beach volleyball world tour event

Canada's Heather Bansley and Brandie Wilkerson earned a silver medal on Sunday on the FIVB beach volleyball world tour in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

2018 World Rowing Cup 2: Day 3

2018 World Rowing Cup 2 from Linz-Ottensheim, Austria

Even after final service, members of historic church remain hopeful to stay put

Sunday marked the last time members can hold their Sunday services and community events at North Buxton Community Church after the British Methodist Episcopal Church of Canada, ordered them out.

Mo Salah reportedly considering retiring from Egypt's national team

Mohamed Salah told Egypt team officials and teammates that he is considering retiring from international play because he is angry about being used as a political symbol while the World Cup squad was based in Chechnya, two people close to the player told The Associated Press.
Point of View

I was Juror No. 1

The CBC's Ryan Garland recently served on the jury in a high-profile case of an Ottawa man accused of killing his adult son. This is his account of the sometimes agonizing six weeks he spent as Juror No. 1

Canadian troops in Mali prepare for daunting, dangerous UN peacekeeping mandate

A small advance team has arrived in Mali for Canada's first substantial peacekeeping mission in nearly two decades.

Mali 'far messier' than other peacekeeping missions, says Canada's defence chief

Canadians who remember the last substantial peacekeeping mission of a couple decades ago will have to brace themselves to accept that the upcoming mission in Mali is not that, says Gen. Jonathan Vance.

Boy, 4, is dead after tractor incident near Lorette, Man.

A four-year-old boy is dead following a tractor incident in the Rural Municipality of Tache.

Kenora OPP renew call for help to find missing 15-year-old boy

OPP in Kenora area still searching for missing boy and asking again for the public's help to locate the 15-year-old.

Novak Djokovic falls to Marin Cilic in Queen's Club final

Marin Cilic saved a match point on his way to defeating Novak Djokovic 5-7, 7-6 (4), 6-3 as he claimed a second Queen's Club title on Sunday in London.

Roger Federer's grass winning streak ends in Gerry Weber Open final

Borna Coric defeated defending champion Roger Federer 7-6 (6), 3-6, 6-2 to win the Gerry Weber Open on Sunday in Halle, Germany.

15-year-old charged after break-in near Prince Albert, Sask.

A teen was arrested on Saturday after an alleged break in at a rural property in the RM of Buckland.

Whitehorse gymnastics club hosts its first competition

The Polarettes and Polar Tumblers Gymnastics Club hosted the Midnight Sun Invitational where 130 athletes from across Canada and Alaska competed.

Fundraising efforts go up in smoke after arson at Springhill, N.S., park

Playground equipment that a Springhill, N.S., raised thousands of dollars to install 10 years ago has gone up in flames.

Lheidli T'enneh First Nation votes no to government treaty

The Lheidli T'enneh First Nation in north-central B.C. have turned down a groundbreaking treaty with the Canadian and provincial governments.

Canadian boxer 'Tiger' Warrington statue unveiled in Liverpool

People gathered in Liverpool, N.S., on Sunday morning to see the statue of the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame boxer of unveiled.