Salah Abdeslam, suspected in 2015 Paris attacks, convicted in Belgium trial
A Brussels court on Monday found 2015 Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and an accomplice guilty of attempted murder over shots fired at police they sought to avoid arrest in a Brussels suburb.
Netherlands school adopts graves of two St. Vital WW II soldiers
They were twins whose plane was shot down over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Now the graves of St. Vital brothers Doug and Ernie Tod will be cared for by a nearby elementary school, a "thank you" for their sacrifice.
Church closures met with sadness and acceptance in Saint John
Some parishioners in Saint John who learned during Sunday mass that their churches will be closing this year say the news, while not a total shock, has left them with sadness and questions about the future.
New artwork brightens up pediatrics unit at QEH
It may not be just what the doctor ordered, but for 11-year-old Ava MacNeill, the new artwork on the hospital walls is the perfect remedy to put a smile on her face.
Government-ordered cuts could lead to company moving to Alberta, says Manitoba Hydro's top boss
As plans move ahead for a new entity to take over energy efficiency programs, Hydro's top boss is warning the Pallister government an edict to cut advertising for Power Smart initiatives could spell the end of two programs, and lead to job losses in the province.
Security flaws at Yellowknife jail put everyone at risk, say whistleblowers
Security flaws in the fencing of Yellowknife's jail have not been addressed in recently announced upgrades, despite contraband being smuggled into the jail multiple times, CBC News has learned.
Art in action: Winnipeg artist paints skateboards for West Broadway kids
Artist Jackie Traverse is fundraising to "Indigenize" skateboard decks and give them to kids living near a new skate park in West Broadway.
Painful stories of taxi stabbings join calls for safety at Regina conference
With a Regina man in critical condition after a stabbing earlier this month, others are speaking up about fears for their safety at a forum for taxi drivers in the city.
Monday's weather a warm, sunny carryover from the weekend
If you liked being outside Saturday and Sunday, you should like what Monday has in store.
Fossil fuels roar back in a world hungry for energy: Don Pittis
Carbon output that had plateaued for three years is surging again as stronger economies renew demand for energy. Investors need to know what comes next.
1 dead in 3-vehicle crash in North York
A man in his 40s is dead and another is injured after a three-vehicle crash in North York overnight, Toronto paramedics said.
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday, April 23
Montreal-area bus drivers go on strike, affecting thousands of students
Bus service will be suspended Monday on select routes serving schools belonging to the Trois-Lacs and Lester B. Pearson school boards. The school boards say they do not know how long the strike will last.
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When life gives you (lots of) snow, make snowshoes
More women — and even kids — are learning the craft in Labrador.
Duchess of Cambridge enters hospital in labour
The Duchess of Cambridge is now in a London hospital in labour and expecting her third child, Britain's Kensington Palace said. The baby will be Queen Elizabeth's 6th great-grandchild.
Paris attacks suspect guilty of attempted murder
A court in Brussels has sentenced Salah Abdeslam to 20 years in prison over a shootout with police in Brussels in 2016. Abdeslam was the prime surviving suspect in the 2015 Islamic State attacks on Paris. His co co-defendant Sofien Ayari also received a 20-year sentence.
Vehicle crash forces road closure on Route 105 in Fredericton
A stretch of road is closed following an early morning crash motor vehicle crash on Fredericton's north side.
Rogers, Bell and Public Safety refused interviews on phone hack - but talked about it in private
After a CBC News/Radio-Canada investigation in November revealed it was relatively easy to hack MPs' phones on the Bell and Rogers mobile networks, the companies and Public Safety Canada refused to give interviews. That didn't stop them from talking to one another, however.
With Trans Mountain on the brink, another major pipeline project faces live-or-die moment
With the future of the Trans Mountain expansion project in limbo, another major pipeline project is awaiting a do-or-die decision by regulators in Minnesota, with a key report on the future of Enbridge's Line 3 expected today.
Royal baby watch is on as Duchess of Cambridge enters hospital
The Duchess of Cambridge entered a London hospital Monday in labour with what will be the third child for her and husband Prince William, Britain's Kensington Palace said.
Air Canada accused of mishandling female pilot's concern of sexism
Jane Clegg had been a military and commercial airline pilot in Canada for three decades. But she tears up talking about her last day on the job as a first officer at the controls of an Air Canada 737, in 2013.