Nadya Crossman-Serb and Hannah MacIntosh claim bronze
Canadians Nadya Crossman-Serb and Hannah MacIntosh won bronze in the women's C2 200m final at the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany.
Police shot man dead near Dartmouth after he threatened person: RCMP
A 24-year-old man threatened another man, fled a house, and was shot dead in a confrontation with police near Dartmouth, N.S., Halifax RCMP said Saturday afternoon.
Hydro-Québec plugs into Magdalen Islands to slash oil dependency
Hydro-Québec plans to build a 220-kilometre, underwater cable to connect the province's main power grid to the Magdalen Islands, which currently relies solely on a diesel power plant for its energy.
Why European ticks crawling across New Brunswick pose new problems
European ticks are on the march across New Brunswick and if you see one, nab it so it can be tested, says a Mount Allison University biology professor.
CP Rail union formally serves strike notice
IOC deal includes increases to pension and drug cap, says union president
Riders pre-season test big opportunity for rookies
Canada's Michael Ondaatje up for best-ever Booker Prize accolade
Police investigate after PC candidate's signs set on fire
Watch the Prefontaine Classic track & field event in Oregon
Watch Road to the Olympic Games: Diamond League track & field
Highway 1 closed in both directions after crash outside Chilliwack
'All the pieces to the puzzle are here': Bombers count down to pre-season
CBC Music Festival 2018: sights and sounds
Kevin Love out for Game 7 vs. Celtics with concussion-like symptoms
Opponents question CAQ leader François Legault on his sovereigntist past
Canadians strike gold with new world record at Canoe Sprint World Cup
Land & Sea 1992: Remembering the S.S. Kyle
Missing since Tuesday, three men found in wooded area in Kamouraska
Opposition bill would see new provincial judges take sexual assault education training