Mom 'at wit's end' getting food for son with cerebral palsy

Every parent wants to provide for their child, but a mother living in Spaniard's Bay says government red tape is making that very difficult

Canadian government and former federal employees reach settlement in 'gay purge'

The Canadian government and members of the military and other federal agencies affected by the so-called gay purge have reached a proposed settlement in a class-action lawsuit launched in late 2016.

CBC Montreal, Quebec win 12 RTDNA journalism awards

CBC journalists in Montreal and Quebec City have won a dozen RTDNA Canada awards for the Central Canada region for their work in 2017.

CBC Montreal, Quebec win 12 RTDNA journalism awards

CBC journalists in Montreal and Quebec City have won a dozen RTDNA Canada awards for the Central Canada region for their work in 2017.

Case of man charged with making crude remark to reporter going to restorative justice

A Dartmouth, N.S., man charged with making an obscene comment and gesture to a CTV reporter on live television will have his case dealt with by restorative justice, says his lawyer.

2nd 'immediate' evacuation order North of Oliver, affects 33 properties

Flooding has forced Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen to order the evacuation of 33 properties Saturday, north of Oliver in the second evacuation order in 24 hours.

Ontario PCs appoint candidates in 11 ridings weeks out from election

Ontario Progressive Conservatives have appointed candidates to 11 provincial ridings that didn't have nomination meetings scheduled before the June 7 election.

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh on 'precarious ground' ahead of monsoon season

Aid workers in Bangladesh are ramping up preparations in the weeks leading into monsoon season, amid warnings that at least 200,000 Rohingya refugees are at direct risk of being forced out of camps by flooding or landslides.

Chemical weapons inspectors in Syria reach Douma, get samples

A team of inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) visited a site in Douma, Syria, on Saturday to collect samples as it tries to determine whether chemical weapons were used there on April 7, the agency said.

Navy reservists clean shores of Quidi Vidi, shocked by amount of plastics

As they walked in groups around the shores of Quidi Vidi Lake, members of the HMCS Cabot naval reserves bent down and picked up trash.

Rafael Nadal advances to Monte Carlo Masters final

Rafael Nadal remains on course for a record 31st Masters title after beating Grigor Dimitrov 6-4, 6-1 in the Monte Carlo Masters semifinals on Saturday. Nadal faces Kei Nishikori of Japan in the final.

Hello sun, my old friend: Montreal basks in the glory of blue skies

Finally, after weeks of sporadic snow, grey, dreary skies and a general group longing for the warm rays of the sun, sunlight has come to southern Quebec.

CBC Ottawa wins top prizes at regional journalism awards

CBC Ottawa took home three top prizes at the Radio-Television Digital News Association of Canada awards Saturday, including an award for the station's heart-breaking story about the absence and inaccessibility of defibrillators in Ottawa schools.

Igloolik businessman removed from chamber of commerce amid sex assault revelations

Ike Haulli was convicted in 2008 for indecent assault and for having sex with someone younger than 14 years old. He also recently lost a civil case revealing further details of sexual abuse spanning decades.

Shawn Mendes, Sting, Shaggy to perform at Queen's birthday

Queen Elizabeth is marking her 92nd birthday with a Saturday night concert in London featuring singers such as Sting, Tom Jones, Shaggy and Canadian Shawn Mendes.

Justin Trudeau holds news conference at Liberal Party convention in Halifax LIVE

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the media on the final day of the Liberal Party convention in Halifax

(Live at 3:00 pm ET) HSBC Women's World Rugby Sevens Series - Final

HSBC Women's World Rugby Sevens Series: Final - Kitakyushu, Japan

Artists transform a dingy alley in Surrey, B.C., into an arts hub

If you’re an art connoisseur, there’s an alley tucked behind a row of businesses near 72 Avenue and King George Boulevard in Surrey that you might want to check out.

Broadway restaurant owner says rising costs, construction forced decision to sell after 18 years

The co-owner of a Saskatoon restaurant that is changing hands after 18 years says rising costs and construction in the Broadway district are part of the reason she's leaving the restaurant business.

Yukoner making waves in synchronized swimming

His venture into the world of synchronized swimming started innocently enough. "I wanted to go into a sport one year, but I forgot to sign up," said Camron. With both of his sisters already in synchronized swimming, he decided to give it a shot. He was immediately hooked.

Obamas, Clintons attend Barbara Bush funeral

Several former U.S. presidents are among the 1,500 mourners who have gathered at a Houston church for the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush, who died on Tuesday at the age of 92.

Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 92nd birthday with pop concert

Queen Elizabeth is attending a special concert Saturday night, as the world's oldest and longest-reigning monarch celebrates her 92nd birthday.

Residents shaken after evening shooting sends man to Saint John hospital

A man is in the intensive care unit of the Saint John Regional Hospital after being shot Friday evening on Duke Street and people who live nearby say the gun violence has left them uneasy.

Gatineau police investigating suspicious death

Gatineau police are investigating after a body was found near Maloney Boulevard East in Gatineau Saturday afternoon.

Overnight fire destroys Gatineau warehouse

Just after a fire destroyed a Gatineau warehouse overnight, a second blaze struck a home in Stittsville.