Driver accused of being drunk, fleeing scene after utility pole cracked in collision

A driver crashed into a wooden utility pole and left the scene in Airport Heights, police said.

Young hockey players coming to Sudbury for the Telus Cup

The Stanley Cup of midget hockey will take place in Sudbury this week.

What's going to have two claws and a hard shell? Shippagan's new roadside attraction

If the town of Shippigan has its way, they will be building a giant crab, a tribute to its large fishing industry.

Cannabis and your community: Pot law committee to make whirlwind N.W.T. tour

Community consultations on the territory’s new marijuana legislation will kick off next week, the government announced on Friday.

Reducing single-use plastic, one Instagram post at a time

Even a dedicated environmentalist like Jesse Hitchcock admits she's fallen victim to the charms of single-use plastics, like straws and take-out coffee lids.

Elementary school musicians play with Thunder Bay Symphony

The orchestra visited the school as part of its 'Side By Side' program, and members helped students in Grades 7 and 8 improve their skills. They then performed a concert for the school, during which the students accompanied them on two numbers.

31 killed in Kabul suicide bombing

A suicide bomber struck a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital on Sunday, killing at least 31 people, officials said.

Man dies after hitting tree while fleeing scene of car crash

A man died overnight after hitting a tree with his car in the area of McLevin Avenue and Sewells Road in Scarborough.

Did I overcome obstacles to get my university degree? Darn right I did

I spoke another language, I was far away from home, I had two small children ... but I did it.

Podcast, accessibility series earn prizes at RTDNA awards

CBC Newfoundland and Labrador journalists picked up two awards at a ceremony Saturday night in Dartmouth.

Police investigate sexual assault in downtown Halifax

Police are investigating an alleged sexual assault they say happened early Saturday morning in downtown Halifax.

Regina vet warns cannabis edibles can have 'double toxicity' for pets

Cannabis users will need to be even more cautious about keeping edible forms of the soon-to-be-legal drug away from their pets, says a Regina veterinarian.

Tourists at French abbey Mont Saint Michel evacuated after threat

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

Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. residents preparing for expected influx of thousands of tourists this summer

Six new businesses have started up in the hamlet since the highway came in, and more are expected to open. There have been a few hundred extra tourists over the winter months.

Ex-boyfriend of Kaila Tran, murdered in 2012, asks for lawsuit to be tossed out

A man charged, but never convicted, of masterminding his Winnipeg girlfriend's grisly murder is asking the courts to toss out a lawsuit he's facing for her wrongful death.

Music hub aims to serve as centre stage for local scene

Some of Ottawa's best-known musicians are turning a little building on Gladstone Avenue into a one-stop shop where budding artists can do everything from learn an instrument to perform and record.

Nova Scotia farmers unhappy with funding program

A rift has developed between Nova Scotia farmers and the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture over the roll out of the Canadian Agricultural Partnership programs.

Make your own hot chicken sandwiches

Holly Laham, who worked as the pastry chef at Holland's Cake and Shake before it closed last month, is the cook behind the sandwich.

Eco-anxiety affecting more people - and inspiring them to change

While hers is relatively mild, Southdale resident Penny Summers joins the growing ranks of those who suffer from what's being termed eco-anxiety. However, for her, it inspired her to change some habits, especially where plastic is concerned

Canada 'failed' latest victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur, migrant workers groups say

The alleged murder of a Sri Lankan refugee claimant has several migrant worker groups calling on the federal government to make what they say are long overdue changes to Canada's immigration laws.

Radovan Karadzic, sentenced for Bosnian war crimes, gets appeal hearing Monday

The two-day appeal hearing in the case of Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, who was sentenced to 40 years in prison for genocide and war crimes during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war, will begin on Monday at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals.

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.

CBC B.C. takes home 20 RTDNAs at 2018 regional awards

The awards were presented at the RTDNA's annual banquet at the Pan Pacific hotel in Vancouver on Saturday night.

Drop-in centre for sex workers opens digital hub

SafeSpace, the city's drop-in centre for sex workers, is opening a digital hub to help women connect with clients, family and each other.

Alfred Bog set to become provincial park

A rare type of bog 75 kilometres east of downtown Ottawa is set to become a new provincial park.