This art tour is teaching history through an Indigenous lens
Educators are teaming up with the Art Gallery of Windsor to teach Indigenous history.
Moose Jaw man allegedly rams house with vehicle, robs women at 2 addresses
Police have charged a 29-year-old man after he allegedly rammed his vehicle into a home in Moose Jaw, Sask., broke in, and robbed the woman inside.
McDavid, Hall, MacKinnon finalists for Ted Lindsay Award
Edmonton Oilers superstar Connor McDavid, New Jersey Devils left-winger Taylor Hall and Colorado Avalanche centre Nathan MacKinnon were named the finalists for the Ted Lindsay Award on Thursday.
Cities being redesigned to protect pedestrians from vehicles
Architects and urban planners are working to design cities that remain attractive places but use subtle methods such as bollards, planters and other structures to protect pedestrians from vehicles, including attacks such as the one that took place in Toronto.
Whitehorse woman says Tinder 'wiped their hands clean' of identity theft
Sarah Frey says stolen photos of her were linked to a fake Tinder profile, but the company told her it's not their problem.
Judge to decide whether to reveal mystery player allegedly involved in bread price-fixing
An Ontario Superior Court judge has reserved judgment on whether to reveal the identity of a mystery player alleged to have been involved in an industry-wide scheme to raise the price of bread products.
N.B. needs to be transparent with road spending: opposition parties
More transparency is needed when prioritizing road construction in New Brunswick, say opposition parties that accuse the governing Liberals of resorting to the timeless tradition of politicizing roadwork.
DNA from genealogy site used to catch suspected Golden State Killer
More than three decades after his trail went cold, prosecutors say one of California's most prolific serial killers and rapists was caught by using online genealogical sites to find a DNA match.
Kim Jong-un ventures into South Korea for 1st time at summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un makes history and crosses the southern border to meet rival Moon Jae-in for a historic summit.
Crews battling grass fire in Lumsden Valley
People driving along Highway 11 have reported seeing smoke for kilometres.
Question for electoral reform referendum will be ready by fall, says B.C. premier
Pressure is mounting on the B.C. government to firm up details of the upcoming referendum on proportional representation.
Arts Commons gets $1M from province to upgrade boilers to thermal energy
Calgary's Arts Commons is set to receive $1 million from the province to upgrade its boilers to thermal energy.
Watch Power & Politics for April 26, 2018
B.C. Environment Minister George Heyman on why his province is taking its pipeline fight to court. Plus: former Secretary of State Madeline Albright discusses North and South Korea on the eve of a historic summit, and her new book on fascism.
Watch Power & Politics for April 25, 2018
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on his province launching a formal legal challenge against the federally imposed carbon pricing policy. Later in the show, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna responds to the challenge. Alberta MPs Matt Jeneroux and Linda Duncan debate University of Alberta’s decision to award environmentalist David Suzuki an honorary degree.
'We were not consulted:' Aboriginal youth advocate critical of B.C.'s legislative changes
A long-time Aboriginal youth advocate says the provincial government should have done a better job consulting First Nations before introducing the legislative changes to improve Indigenous child welfare.
National Gallery of Canada to pull Chagall painting off auction block
The National Gallery of Canada is reversing its controversial decision to sell a Marc Chagall painting.
'I didn't want him to be alone,' says woman who held Toronto van attack victim's hand as he died
A local shop manager, who held the hand of one of Toronto's van attack victims as he died, says she "didn't want him to be alone" — although they had never met before.
Ontario man who left 1,500 pigs to die banned for life from owning, caring for animals
A Tavistock, Ont., man has been banned for life from owning or caring for animals after pleading guilty in the deaths of more than 1,500 pigs.
Manitoba considering mandatory training for new truck drivers
The provincial government announced it is consulting on implementing a standardized system of mandatory training and certification for commercial truck drivers, something the head of the Manitoba Trucking Association says they have advocated for years.
Chrystia Freeland cancels NATO trip to remain in Washington for critical NAFTA talks
Canada’s lead minister on the North American Free Trade Agreement file is cancelling her plans to attend the NATO summit in Brussels to participate in vital late-game trade talks in Washington D.C.
Plane crew that landed on Calgary road did 'exemplary job', says company
The crew of a small plane that landed on a northeast Calgary street early Wednesday morning is receiving critical incident counselling.
Madeleine Albright says she's anxious about Trump-Kim summit
Former U.S. secretary of state Madeleine Albright weighs in on the planned Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un summit and the fate of the Iran nuclear agreement, and discusses her new book, 'Fascism: A Warning.'
Woeful Browns anoint QB Baker Mayfield as latest saviour with 1st overall pick
Baker Mayfield, until the past few days considered an outsider to be chosen at the top of the NFL draft, has been taken by the Cleveland Browns to begin Thursday night's selections.
Haida Nation reveals new luxury floating lodge
The Ocean House is part of the Nation’s plan to become more economically independent in its remote location.
Sask. to pilot placing mental health workers in schools this fall
Saskatchewan is hoping to follow in the footsteps of its neighbour to the west in rolling out a $1.2 million mental health initiative in schools this fall.