'Why am I doing this?': Edmonton paramedic runs gruelling 24-hour obstacle course race

Spear-throwing, sandbag-carrying, and mountain climbing are all part of the Spartan Ultra World Championship in Iceland.

Hipster Handbook: Where did they come from? Why are they so influential?

Bushy beards, plaid shirts & craft beer. It’s the age of the modern hipster. But who were the originals? What's behind today's trend? And how is big business cashing in? Watch now.

Red-hot Stamkos notches hat trick to push past 700 career points

Steven Stamkos had three goals to become the first player from the 2008 draft to reach 700 points, and the NHL-leading Tampa Bay Lightning won their seventh consecutive game by beating the New York Rangers 6-3 on Monday night.

Larkin dangles Kings to score beauty in Red Wings win

Dylan Larkin scored a highlight-reel goal in the second period of Detroit's 3-1 win over Los Angeles on Monday.

Manitoba Lifeflight doctors urge province to restore its service

The doctors who staff Manitoba's Lifeflight air ambulances are urging the province to hire more pilots, or they'll stop boarding the private planes.

Bail hearing for embattled Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou will go to a third day

In Monday's bail hearing for embattled chief financial officer of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, her lawyer argued that nothing less than the dignity of her home country will be on the line if she makes bail.

Status of Huawei CFO's husband questioned as he tries to post bail for wealthy wife

The embattled CFO of Huawei is expected to learn whether or not she will make bail in Vancouver. The answer may come down to the immigration status of her venture capitalist husband.

Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr asking for Canadian passport

Omar Khadr is asking for a Canadian passport. The former Guantanamo Bay detainee will be back in court this week trying to get changes to his bail conditions. Khadr says he wants to travel to Saudi Arabia to perform the Hajj -a pilgrimage to Mecca. He also wants permission to speak with his sister, who at one time was investigated for helping al-Qaeda -- but never charged.

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Hydro One, Avista to ask U.S. regulator to reconsider order against acquisition

Hydro One Ltd. and Avista Corp. say they plan to formally request that the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission reconsider its order last week denying approval of the $6.7-billion takeover of the U.S.-based energy utility.

Canadian comic artists get their Parisian close-up at European comic expo

European comic book geeks get together in Paris to discuss the Canadian comic identity, as Calgary female comic artists find a growing spotlight on their work.

Galway 'unanimous' pick for new St. John's-area francophone school

A proposed new K-12 francophone school and community centre should be open for September 2022, the province's French school board says.

Child killer Michael Rafferty transferred to medium security

Just weeks after child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic was returned to prison after being transferred to an Indigenous healing lodge, the victim's father has learned that her co-conspirator in the murder, Michael Rafferty, was transferred to a medium security prison in March.

Special prosecutor signs off on quick-wins probe into former B.C. government

A special prosecutor says he has not approved charges recommended by the RCMP following the B.C. Liberal government's 2012 leadership election because the evidence fell short of the required standard.

Manitoba coalition highlights pain, need for political will, in last submissions to MMIWG Inquiry

The Manitoba MMIWG Coalition is one of four parties with standing from the province giving final submissions this week to the National Inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

Give a toy, ditch your parking ticket: Forks to waive tickets in exchange for donations this holiday season

If you're sitting on a parking ticket from The Forks this season, the organization is offering to wipe the slate clean — in exchange for a gift for a child in need.

Leafs, Ducks swap veteran minor leaguers

The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed defenceman Calle Rosen to a two-year, one-way contract extension worth an annual average value of $750,000 US.

Three-time NBA champs Golden State Warriors win Sportsperson of the Year award from Sports Illustrated

Sports Illustrated honours three-time NBA champions Golden State Warriors with the Sportsperson of the Year award.

'The city is making a huge mistake' residents implore council to save Maple Leaf Pool

The City of Regina is debating its proposed 2019 budget on Monday at City Hall.

Don't make direct eye contact: India deals with 'monkey menace' near parliament

India's government is dealing with an opponent as wily as any political rival — troops of monkeys that have become a big threat around its offices in New Delhi.

Argos hire Corey Chamblin as head coach

The Toronto Argonauts hire Corey Chamblin as the team's head coach. Chamblin was the Argos' defensive coordinator for their 2017 Grey Cup victory.

Slight increase to mill rate, residential property tax in Corner Brook

The City of Corner Brook unanimously passed it's 2019 budget on Monday featuring a slight increase in both spending and residential property taxes.

Canada-wide arrest warrant issued for man suspected of trying to rob store

Toronto police have issued a Canada-wide arrest warrant for a 35-year-old man who was caught on video attempting to rob a watch store.

What to cook in December: Holiday roasts, oysters, citrus, persimmons, gingerbread everything

What to cook in December: Holiday roasts, oysters, citrus, persimmons, gingerbread everything

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's bail hearing draws crowds, media

Here's a glimpse of what the scene looked like outside of the B.C. Supreme Court on December 10, 2018.