Revellers pour into rainy Toronto for 1st Pride parade since Bruce McArthur's arrest
A flood of revellers poured into Toronto on Sunday and braved heavy rain for the city's 38th annual Pride parade, the first since police charged an alleged serial killer with the deaths of eight men with ties the LGBTQ community.
Keisuke Honda goal gives Japan draw with Senegal
Senegal twice took the lead. Japan drew even both times. Then, Keisuke Honda came off the bench and scored from close range in the 78th minute to give the Japanese a 2-2 draw with Senegal on Sunday at the World Cup.
Novak Djokovic falls to Marin Cilic in Queen's Club final
Marin Cilic saved a match point on his way to defeating Novak Djokovic 5-7, 7-6 (4), 6-3 as he claimed a second Queen's Club title on Sunday in London.
Victims of Air India bombing remembered at Stanley Park memorial
Dozens of people gathered in Vancouver's Stanley Park Saturday to remember the 331 victims who died when Air India Flight 182 was bombed on June 23, 1985.
Moment of silence at 2018 Pride LIVE
Watch a sea of black close the 2018 Pride Parade in honour of members of the LGBT community believed to be victims of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur
World Cup: Japan scores late in 2nd half to earn 2-2 draw with Senegal
Senegal took the lead twice but Japan found ways to equalize both times. Japanese substitute Keisuke Honda scored in the 78th minute to pull his squad even for a 2-2 draw Sunday at the World Cup. Both sides have a win and a draw after two matches.
Outcry grows over detained migrant children in the U.S.
The Department of Homeland Security has released a plan to help reunite migrant families who cross illegally into the U.S. Despite Donald Trump's reversal this week, signing an executive order to stop the practice, American lawmakers are touring detention centres holding children separated from their parents. CBC News Network's Michael Serapio discusses the latest political fallout with Linda Feldmann from the Christian Science Monitor and Dave Levinthal with the Center for Public Integrity.
Police chief provides an update after woman found fatally shot in parked car
A woman, 30, has died after she was shot in a parked car in North York early Sunday, Toronto police say.
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley - Season 1 highlights
At the Weekly, we've had a blast connecting dots and digging into influential stories and people. We've had some great guests on, and these are some of our favourites.
Murder charge laid after woman found stabbed in Lac La Biche
A woman has been charged with second-degree murder after a woman was found stabbed on a street in Lac La Biche on Friday.
Turkey election: Erdogan seeking to cement presidential power, leading vote
Initial poll results show that Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has the lead in the country's election with over half the ballots counted. The opposition has already warned of potential ruling party fraud.
Police chief provides update on woman fatally shot in parked car LIVE
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders and Det. Sgt. Hank Idsinga provide an update after a woman, 30, was fatally shot in parked car in North York early Sunday.
Land & Sea 1990: Trouble with the cod fishery at the tip of the Northern Peninsula
During the third year in a row of abysmal returns, cod fishermen at the peninsula's tip worry about the future.
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Canadian troops in Mali prepare for daunting, dangerous UN peacekeeping mandate
A small advance team has arrived in Mali for Canada's first substantial peacekeeping mission in nearly two decades.
Erdogan, seeking to cement presidential powers, leading in Turkey's vote count
People in Turkey voted Sunday in one the most fiercely fought election in years, as they choose both a president and members of parliament.
Hamilton rallies around hometown rock band the Arkells
Thousands of yellow rally towels whipped through the air at Tim Hortons Field Saturday night, as fans danced on seats and belted out song lyrics along hometown heroes the Arkells.
For Vladimir Putin's exiled foes, World Cup in Russia evokes complicated feelings
As Russia celebrates hosting soccer’s World Cup, political exiles gather far away in Germany, including young Egor Cherniuk. He was forced to flee across the border carrying only his backpack — a fate that has befallen many who oppose Vladimir Putin.
Carr says he expected in April Canada was going to have to buy the pipeline
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says he knew almost the moment he heard Kinder Morgan was pressing the pause button on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on April 8 that the federal government was likely going to have to buy the whole thing.
Are 'addictive' video games a health crisis?
Professional video game-playing is now a billion dollar industry called “eSports” with big name stars and celebrity endorsements. But this week, the WHO officially declared compulsive gaming a behaviour disorder. We talk to expert Cam Adair about how he thinks the gaming companies deliberately get us hooked.
Explosion destroys building in Wuppertal, Germany, injuring 25
German police say 25 people were injured, four of them severely, when an explosion destroyed a building in the western city of Wuppertal.
Emergency personnel battling fire in Bas-Caraquet church
Firefighters from Caraquet and Bas Caraquet are fighting a fire at the Roman Catholic church in Bas-Caraquet.
Canadian men conclude Volleyball Nations League play on positive note
Graham Vigrass had 18 points to lead Canada in a 3-0 win over Japan on Sunday in its final Volleyball Nations League match in Jiangmen, China. The Canadians failed to advance to the final round by finishing outside the top six.
Vladimir Putin’s World Cup victory lap
You may think the World Cup is all about soccer, but maybe not for its host, Russian President Vladimir Putin. For him, it seems to be the perfect venue to celebrate his greatness, with some of the globe’s most powerful leaders flocking to Russia to kiss the ring. CBC’s Wendy Mesley speaks with Michael McFaul, a former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, about Putin’s propaganda machine and ideological war against the West.
Prioritizing play: Splash pads, parks and wading pools are vital infrastructure, Joanne Seiff writes
Keeping kids healthy, imaginative and playing can require a lot of a family's time investment, often without fancy gadgets, lessons or activities. When it gets warm, it also requires basic park facilities — but I am worried about our access to play spaces.
Mini-meteorologists talk about their favourite weather moments
Meet John Sauder's mini-meteorologists, with their unique takes on the weather.