Citizens raise concerns about Detroit Grand Prix being held on Belle Isle

Belle Isle Concern members say the group is not against car racing, but against the use of Belle Isle as the racetrack.

Hydraulic tools needed to reach driver after serious crash on Wanuskewin Road

Collision analysts are at the scene of a serious crash involving a single vehicle on Wanuskewin Road in Saskatoon.

Emergency alert issued for out-of-control Kananaskis wildfire

Campers are being advised to avoid the McLean Creek region.

Gun club in Vancouver Island provincial park sparks anger from nearby residents

A neighbourhood association in the Cowichan Valley wants a local gun out of a nearby provincial park.

With PCs and NDP neck-and-neck, Ontario party leaders square off for last time before vote

Voters in Ontario get one last chance on Sunday to see the three main party leaders face off before an increasingly unpredictable June 7 election.

Will Power wins Indy 500, Danica Patrick crashes out in last race

Will Power won the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, giving the 37-year-old Australian his biggest victory on IndyCar's grandest stage. In the final race of her career, Danica Patrick crashed out in the second leg of the "Danica Double."

Indigenous leaders, community groups want voices heard at G7

Advocates for the environment, gender equality and other causes hope to shed light on important issues Quebecers face during the G7 Summit but say they have little hope world leaders will hear what they have to say.

Fredericton care workers create sleep kits for people with dementia

Two coordinators at Fredericton's York Care Centre have created a specially made sleep kit for people with dementia, and they're looking for more caregivers to test it out.

Emergency alert issued for out-of-control Kananaskis wildfire

Firefighters are battling an out-of-control wildfire in Alberta's Kananaskis Country. The blaze, which is located near McLean Creek, about 16-kilometres west of Bragg Creek, was 100 hectares in size as of 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Redwood Meadows Emergency Services posted on Facebook.

How to watch, listen to the final Ontario leaders' debate

Tomorrow you'll be able to watch all three Ontario party leaders go head-to-head one last time before voters head to the polls on June 7.

Game Wrap: Splash brothers catch fire to force Game 7 against Rockets

Klay Thompson and Steph Curry combined for 64 points in Golden State's 115-86 win over Houston in Game 6 of the Western Conference final.

'Cricket in the Klondike': game returns to Dawson City over 100 years later

Cricket returns to Dawson City more than 100 years since it was last played. Now the Sunday afternoon matches bring together players from 12 countries.

Environment Canada issues special weather statement for season's '1st heat event'

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the City of Toronto in what it's calling the "first heat event of the season."

U.S. delegation meets with North Korean officials in DMZ

American and North Korean officials met at the Korean Demilitarized Zone to prep for the possible Trump-Kim meeting.

1,800 migrants rescued from Mediterranean over last 3 days

With warmer weather, there's been an increase of dangerous crossings from Libya to Italy. About 1,800 migrants were rescued from Mediterranean over the last 3 days.

With PCs and NDP neck-and-neck, Ontario party leaders square off for last time before vote

Voters in Ontario get one last chance on Sunday to see the three main party leaders face off before an increasingly unpredictable June 7 election.

How a transgender woman made her mark as a world-class skateboarder

Paige Krämer Rochefort is working to encourage other marginalized people who might not feel comfortable to give skateboarding a try.

Downtown homicide victim remembered for his charm and big heart

Dereck Szaflarski was celebrating his 27th birthday when he got into a physical altercation in downtown London. He later died of his injuries.

Man arrested in death of Elisabeth Salm

Ottawa police say they've arrested a man in connection with the killing of a 59-year-old woman last week at the Christian Science Reading Room.

Packaging defect triggers recall of organic baby food pouches

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a nation-wide recall for several types of organic baby food pouches sold under the PC Organics and Love Child Organics brands because of a packaging defect.

Happ handles former team as Jays beat Phillies

J.A. Happ pitched neatly into the seventh inning against his former team while Devon Travis and Dwight Smith Jr. each hit two-run doubles as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 on Sunday.

Vegas Golden Knights' fluffiest superfan, Bark-André Furry

Vegas Golden Knights superfans Bark-André Furry and his owner, Rick Williams join CBC News Network's John Northcott to talk about becoming an online sensation, their favourite goaltender Marc-André Fleury and excitement ahead of the Stanley Cup Final.

Worry Tent joins Dr. Goodbear Clinic at Teddy Bears' Picnic in Winnipeg

The Worry Tent was first at the event last year on the outskirts of the event, but this year it was moved to the main clinic area.

Cyclist hit by vehicle near Whyte Ave and 109th Street taken to hospital

A cyclist was taken to hospital after he was hit by a vehicle in the area of Whyte Avenue and 109th Street Sunday afternoon.

Humboldt opens its arms to Rance Cardinal, Broncos' hockey hero

For Rance Cardinal, a journey of 1,200 kilometres from Sioux Lookout, Ont. to Humboldt, Sask. is slowly coming to an end after 47 days of walking, and an emotional reunion lies ahead. Waiting for him at the finish line will be the Broncos’ families and people of Humboldt, and his own family members, whom he hasn’t seen for more than three years.