2 males arrested in connection to fatal Mississauga stabbing
Peel police have arrested two males in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 19-year-old Mississauga man on May 26.
National Indigenous Peoples Day in Manitoba
Dancer describes love of her craft
Melissa Chance, a dancer at this year's Luminato Festival in Toronto, describes the love of her craft.
P&P Explainer: How do equalization payments work?
As Saskatchewan's premier calls Canada's equalization formula 'flawed', P&P looks at the federal program.
2013 flood still taking mental health toll for High River families, study suggests
A major disaster like the flood that devastated parts of Alberta five years ago can have a long- term psychological impact, a Calgary expert says.
National Indigenous Peoples Day in Manitoba
People gather on traditional Treaty One territory at the crossroads of Anishinaabe, Métis, Cree, Dakota and Oji-Cree Nations to celebrate the nationwide day.
Backhoe stolen in Callander
Ontario Provincial Police say someone stole a backhoe worth about $65,000 in Callander, south of North Bay.
RCMP underwater recovery team searching Alice Lake for missing Delta man
The 20-year-old was swimming in the popular lake, near Squamish, B.C., on Wednesday evening when he apparently went into distress.
3 dancers from Le Grand Continental
Three dancers from Le Grand Continental will perform at this year's Lumianto Festival in Toronto.
Iraq set for election recount to salvage tainted result
Iraq's Supreme Court on Thursday endorsed a manual recount of all ballots from last month's national elections, but rejected the invalidation of ballots from abroad and from voters displaced by recent conflict.
Victim in Fort McMurray homicide had been charged on drug offences
Homicide investigators are pleading for public help as they piece together how a Newfoundland man wound up on an access road in Fort McMurray.
When it comes to dealing with returning foreign fighters, no country really has it figured out
'No one country could possibly deal with this on its own,' says Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale on Power & Politics.
Decades before Fortnite, Dani Bunten Berry saw the future — and built games to bring people together
Bunten Berry saw that the future of gaming was interconnectedness, just like the board games she cherished for bringing her family together.
Will Canadians smoking pot be denied entry to the U.S.?
'If there's some behaviour or some aroma...that will obviously raise a suspicion and would be grounds for secondary questioning,' says Public Safety Min. Ralph Goodale on Power & Politics.
'The end of an era': Koko, the gorilla who learned sign language, dies at 46
Koko became an icon for interspecies communication, meeting celebrities, caring for kittens and appearing in many documentaries.
Piikani First Nation woman helping build bridges between business and Indigenous communities
Shawna Morning Bull talks about the progress being made between the Indigenous community and business community to help nurture and develop a new generation of Indigenous entrepreneurs.
Lotto winner feuding with ex over $6M prize now suing regulator
The complicated case of a winning $6.1-million Lotto 6/49 ticket just got a bit trickier — with embattled winner Maurice Thibeault now suing the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) for damages.
300 academics urge Trudeau to condemn Israeli violence against Gazans
About 300 Canadian academics have signed an open letter calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ensure there is an independent investigation into the Israeli army's use of force against Palestinians in Gaza.
Iqaluit's latest dump fire extinguished in an hour
As opposed to the past long-smouldering fires at the Iqaluit dump, the most recent fire that started Thursday afternoon was out in a hour.
Security firm named in lawsuit against Ottawa once accused of recruiting ex-child soldiers
Sabre International Security, the company now at the centre of a lawsuit against the federal government, was accused of recruiting child soldiers in Africa two months before a suicide bomber killed scores of its employees outside of the Canadian embassy in Kabul.
Charlie O’Shea of Moody’s on a U.S. court ruling allowing states to collect sales tax on items sold on the web.
Bob Elliott's Baseball: Braves' Bourjos has deep connection to Blue Jays
Atlanta's Peter Bourjos had a keen eye watching him during the Jays-Braves series this week. Dad Chris worked for years as a scout in the organization.
Deal to end 'emergency session' at Manitoba legislature reached
An 'emergency' session of three weeks that extended the Legislature's sittings could end Monday after a deal was struck between the government and the NDP opposition. The move means budget legislation will be released in August revealing details on taxes levied on marijuana sales.
Woman struck by vehicle while sitting on bench in Scarborough
A woman in her 50s or 60s was taken to hospital after being struck by a vehicle while sitting on a bench near a bus stop in Scarborough.
Fête nationale celebrations this weekend: What you need to know
Quebec’s Fête nationale is coming this weekend and, as per holiday tradition, there will be plenty of concerts, fireworks, comedy shows and neighbourhood revelling spread across Montreal.