Peru deaths of Canadian and Indigenous healer under investigation

Authorities in Peru are investigating after an Indigenous spiritual leader was shot to death, a case that local media reports say resulted in the killing of a Canadian citizen in reprisal for the murder.

Community paramedic program rolls out in northern Alberta

Audrey Marlo, 79, says community paramedic John Rogers helped get her back on her feet after a course of antibiotics left her feeling too sick to stand. She was one of the first patients to try the house-call program in Grande Prairie, following its expansion to northern Alberta.

Rafael Nadal captures record 31st Masters title in Monte Carlo

Rafael Nadal won a record 31st Masters title after beating Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-2 in the Monte Carlo Masters final on Sunday.

Mother of Kaden Young says search for her son has 'come to an end'

The mother of three-year-old Kaden Young says the search for her son is over, two months after he was swept into the Grand River near Orangeville, Ont.

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday April 22, 2018


Woman critically injured in single-vehicle crash

Ottawa police are investigating after one person was injured in a single-vehicle crash on Merivale Road early Sunday morning.

Needle disposal boxes, better lighting coming to troubled St. John's neighbourhood

Changes are coming to a St. John’s neighbourhood known for sex work and a history of criminal activity.

The new Alberta alienation: Resenting East and West

As the oilpatch struggles to get pipelines built and worries mount about the sector’s future, the term "alienation" has re-entered the provincial lexicon.

Hit and run sends pedestrian to hospital in serious condition

Calgary police are looking for the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit and run that sent a pedestrian to hospital.

Obituary website sells memorials for Humboldt victims without family permission

Obituaries for victims of the Humboldt Broncos crash have appeared on a website that aggregates death notices from across Canada, while adding offers to purchase gifts and memorials, without the involvement or permission of the families.

P.E.I. ham radio operators celebrate Marconi Day in international event

Sitting in the Marconi Museum in Cape Bear, P.E.I., George Dewar fiddles with the knob on his radio, trying to get a clear signal, to communicate with people many kilometres away.

Park board official hopes field used for 4/20 will be restored in time for Canada Day

Clean-up crews spent the night trying to clean up Sunset Beach in Vancouver after 4/20 celebrations left a 'muddy, soggy' mess, according to a park board official.

'We need to rethink the entire plastics industry': Why banning plastic straws isn't enough

Disposable plastic straws are about to be banned throughout Britain. Here’s what’s happening with straws in Canada and a closer look at what impact such bans could really have.

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday April 22, 2018

ISIS bombing kills 48 at Kabul voter registration centre

A suicide bomber struck a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital on Sunday, killing at least 48 people in an attack claimed by ISIS.

Leafs beat Bruins 4-3

The Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 on Saturday.

Leafs beat Bruins 4-3

The Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 on Saturday.

Tourists at French abbey Mont Saint Michel evacuated

French authorities ordered tourists to leave the Mont Saint-Michel abbey and monument in western France on Sunday after a visitor apparently threatened to attack security services.
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Teasing the numbers in our Road Ahead poll

We will be telling the stories of the poll, and what people in our province think, beginning this Wednesday and running for just over a week.
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Room with a sue: Airbnb strata battles showing up in court

A pair of recent small claims court battles highlight the uphill battle for condo owners caught using their units as Airbnb rentals.

Black woman given $444 ticket for 'excessive noise,' accuses Montreal police of racial profiling

Tayana Jacques and Brian Mann say they were laughing on Saint-Laurent Boulevard when Montreal police officers arrested them without justification earlier this month. They say they will file complaints with the SPVM's ethics board and the Quebec Human Rights Commission.

31 killed in Kabul suicide bombing

A suicide bomber struck a voter registration centre in Kabul on Sunday, killing at least 48 people in an attack claimed by ISIS.

Lots of sun hitting Hamilton on Sunday, high of 15 C

There's a high of 15 C in Hamilton today with lots of sunshine. A high of 9 C closer to Lake Ontario.

Leafs hang on against Bruins to force Game 6

Tyler Bozak and James van Riemsdyk each had a goal and an assist, Frederik Andersen made 42 saves, and the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Boston Bruins 4-3 on Saturday to force a sixth game in their first-round playoff series.

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.