NHL announces Jets, Predators will face off Friday for Game 1 in Nashville
The Winnipeg Jets will take on the Predators in Nashville Friday at 7 p.m. CT. The game will be televised by CBC News.
Winnipeg police ready for 'every type of threat' at whiteout party, including Toronto-style van attack
Winnipeg police say a deadly van attack in Toronto on Monday is in their minds as they plan security for the upcoming Jets street party, but they already had considered similar threats.
Former Ottawa cops praise 'courageous' Toronto officer for van attack arrest
Larry Hill has had his fair share of volatile standoffs with dangerous suspects, but the former Ottawa deputy police chief said the peaceful arrest of the man who allegedly ran over pedestrians on a Toronto sidewalk should be a lesson for other police officers.
Wednesday night is a huge one for Toronto sports
We could all use a diversion right now, so let’s take a look at the extraordinary Wednesday night on tap for Toronto sports fans, who will be treated to a jam-packed schedule headlined by the Leafs' Game 7.
TFC determined to make grieving Toronto happy in Champions League final
TFC coach Greg Vanney says Monday's deadly van attack was deeply felt by his team in Mexico as it prepared for Wednesday's return leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final with CD Guadalajara, known as Chivas.
Longueuil told to pay $12K in damages over racial profiling incident
The ruling dates back to 2009 incident when police officers pulled over Joël Debellefeuille, not believing that a black man could have that surname and reasoning that the BMW didn't belong to him.
Crown rests its case in Marissa Shephard murder trial
In a surprise move, the Crown rested its case Tuesday in Marissa Shephard's murder trial in Moncton.
Trudeau, Goodale try to reassure Canadians and the world in wake of deadly van attack
The Trudeau government sought to reassure a shocked nation and visiting allies Tuesday that the horrific event that unfolded on a busy Toronto street 24 hours earlier was a random act of violence — and not part of an organized plot.
London Knights goalie Joseph Raaymakers charged with racing
Ontario Provincial Police have charged 20-year-old Joseph Raaymakers with racing a motor vehicle on Highway 401 in Chatham. Raaymakers played for the London Knights last season.
Toronto van attack: Latest updates on the aftermath
Minute-by-minute updates as police investigate, city mourns
P.E.I. launches new push for organ donation called Make it Zero
P.E.I. has launched a new campaign to encourage Islanders to become organ donors called Make it Zero, as part of National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness week.
Fire at karaoke bar in China kills 18, arson suspect arrested
Police in a southern Chinese city have caught a man suspected of setting a fire at a three-storey building that left 18 people dead and five injured.
A drone flies over a herd of cows as they head into a cornfield
Drones can be used to check location and general health of livestock and also be used to help move them.
Regina police find missing boy
Regina police are searching for a 12-year-old boy who has been missing since Monday afternoon.
'Distraught' man in custody after police secure Whitehorse neighbourhood
More than a dozen officers, including the force's Emergency Response Team, were in the Arkell neighbourhood from Monday evening until Tuesday morning trying to make contact with the man.
CBE saves full-day kindergarten with one-time funding from board reserves
Calgary Board of Education trustees have voted in favour of using $1.2 million from reserves to fund six full-day kindergarten classes that were slated to be cut next school year.
A drone surveys the state of crops
Drones are being used in agriculture to pinpoint problems and prescribe solutions
Champions League: Salah leads Liverpool over Roma in semis
Mohamed Salah produced two world-class finishes and set up goals for Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino to lead Liverpool to a 5-2 win over former club Roma on Tuesday, leaving the English team in sight of the Champions League final.
PCC investigating Saskatoon man's complaint that police dropped him off outside city
Saskatchewan’s Public Complaints Commission (PCC) says it is working to set up a meeting with Ken Thomas, a Saskatoon resident who said two police officers picked him up and dropped him off outside of the city, on Highway 11.
Queen calls van attack terrible tragedy, sends condolences
Queen Elizabeth is sending condolences to Canadian victims, calling the van attack in Toronto a terrible tragedy.
CBC Montreal News April 24, 2018
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B.C. government to give cities power to create rental-only zoning, cracks down on presale flipping
Local governments in B.C. will have the power to zone areas for rental housing under legislation introduced Tuesday.
CBC Windsor News April 24, 2018
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TSX dips 75 points, Dow tumbles 424 as markets close
The TSX falls 75 points, Dow tumbles 424 as markets close.
Loonie closes at 77.95 cents US, up 0.03 of a cent
The Canadian dollar closes at 77.95 cents US, up 0.03 of a cent.