Morneau ready to use 'emergency' measure to protect steel sector

Bill Morneau is preparing to use emergency safeguard measures for the first time to respond to the risk of a surge in cheap foreign steel imports. The finance minister launched a short public consultation process Tuesday, as U.S. steel tariffs continue to disrupt and divert global steel shipments.

Region of Waterloo committee votes to put supervised consumption site plans on hold

The region's community services committee has voted unanimously to hold off on any plans for supervised consumption sites until after the province completes a review. That means all public meetings will be postponed if regional council ratifies the vote.

Smoky skies raise air quality concerns across B.C.

Metro Vancouver and the rest of southern B.C. is under a blanket of smoke and haze from 600 wildfires, and there is little relief in the forecast.

Gallant government will maintain timber allocations Tories gave to forestry companies

The governing Liberals plan to maintain the timber allocations given to New Brunswick forestry companies by the previous Progressive Conservative government, Department of Energy and Resource Development Minister Rick Doucet announced Tuesday.

2 Toronto students nearly caught in deadly Italy bridge collapse

A pair of Canadian student travellers bemoaning what appeared to be a routine delay aboard their train through Italy learned they were just minutes from a disastrous bridge collapse that killed at least 20 people on Tuesday.

29-year-old dead after fatal motorcycle accident in area of Central and Grand Marais

Windsor police is investigating a fatal single-vehicle collision at Central Avenue and Grand Marais Road East.

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WestJet axes twice-daily run from Deer Lake to Halifax

There are countrywide changes to WestJet's flight services.

39-year-old woman dies in collision with dump truck in Bass River

A 39-year-old woman has died after a two-vehicle collision in Bass River, about 75 kilometres north of Moncton.

Shooting in Windsor left man with life-threatening injuries

Windsor police are investigating a shooting at a home on Henry Ford Centre Drive near Richmond Street.
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Healing together: How Fredericton copes in aftermath of shootings

People in New Brunswick's small capital city have been responding and grieving in a variety of ways since a gunman opened fire and killed four people on the north side last Friday.

F-1 star Fernando Alsonso leaving circuit, could join IndyCar

Two-time champion Fernando Alonso is leaving Formula One at the end of the season and potentially moving to IndyCar in the United States.

Tug sinks in Fraser River with 22,000 litres of fuel aboard

The vessel capsized during the night near Deering Island in southwest Vancouver.

Poll Tracker: Federal poll averages and seat projections

View the latest federal poll averages and seat projections from the CBC's Éric Grenier, as well as historical data back to 2009.

AFN's bid to be bigger part of economy could include pipelines

When it comes to the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline, the Assembly of First Nations' national chief says it's time for the government to include Canada's Indigenous population as they push more natural resources to international markets.

Canada's teenage sports stars proving it's not just about hockey anymore

The number of teenage Canadian athletes seemingly on the precipice of big things in high-visibility sports appears to be at its highest level in recent memory.

Smiths Falls Pride event 'a long time coming'

Smiths Falls, Ont., will hold its first Pride party this weekend, an event spearheaded by a local man who says he would have appreciated the support when he was a teen growing up there.

The 2018 CBC Massey Lectures - "All Our Relations"

Prize-winning journalist Tanya Talaga (Seven Fallen Feathers) explores the legacy of cultural genocide against Indigenous peoples- in Canada and elsewhere- in her 2018 CBC Massey Lectures- All Our Relations: Finding the Path Forward.

Ecuador road accident involving bus leaves at least 24 dead

At least 24 people were killed and another 19 injured when a bus careened into another vehicle at high speed and overturned on a highway near Ecuador's capital Tuesday, local officials reported.

At least 20 dead in highway bridge collapse in Genoa in northern Italy

A bridge on a main highway linking Italy with France collapsed Tuesday in the Italian port city of Genoa during a sudden, violent storm, sending vehicles plunging 45 metres into a heap of rubble, killing at least 20 people and injuring several others.

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Deadly 'fox' tapeworm found in Ontario can kill dogs and humans

A tiny but potentially deadly tapeworm has popped up in Ontario. It's dangerous for dogs and chipmunks but can also kill humans. Veterinarian Andrew Peregrine from the University of Guelph explains why it's dangerous.

German tourist shot near Calgary shows signs of severe, life-changing injuries

A German tourist who was shot in the head near Calgary is showing signs of severe and life-changing injuries, according to the honorary German consul in Calgary.

Mega-hospital land rezoning approved after 9-hour council meeting

After a nine-hour meeting which bled late into the night, Windsor city council approved the rezoning of the new $2B mega-hospital on County Road 42 near the airport — despite a majority of public delegates urging them not to do so.