'You need everything to be happy': Damian Warner leaves Calgary for London, Ont.
To be the best in the world, Damian Warner believes he needs to train where he's most happy. And so the 28-year-old decathlete is leaving his training base in Calgary and moving back home to London, Ont., to train with Gar Leyshon, the high school coach who first introduced him to track and field.
Trump calls out Kavanaugh's accuser by name amid Supreme Court controversy
Abandoning his previous restraint, U.S. President Donald Trump is challenging the credibility of the woman accusing his Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault, declaring that if the alleged attack was so terrible she would have reported it to law enforcement.
Making a splash: Thunder Bay's Thunderbolts Swim Club welcomes new head coach
The largest swim club in northwestern Ontario has a new head coach. Tommaso Panizza, who was an assistant coach with the North York Aquatic Club, is taking over the top job at the Thunder Bay Thunderbolts.
Pumpkins, puppets and ghostly radio: 3 Manitoba entertainment picks for Sept. 21-23
Summer is officially ending this weekend, and it’s going out with a bang in Manitoba. There’s a diverse lineup of activities around the province, from puppets to pumpkins.
14-second clock after offensive rebound among new NBA rules
The shot clock will be reset to 14 seconds after offensive rebounds next season, down from 24, and the NBA has made alterations to two other rules.
Is psychedelic drug therapy on track to become as ubiquitous as meditation?
Psychedelic drugs show promise as a treatment for severe mental illnesses and addiction, but some believe the drugs could also benefit people without a mental health diagnosis.
Tornado warning issued for Ottawa-Gatineau area
Environment Canada has issued a tornado warning for the Ottawa-Gatineau area.
Sixth-graders in a nursing home — an unlikely but 'life-changing' school year
For 25 Grade 6 students in Saskatoon, school happens in a nursing home — all year long. Talk about a different kind of education. David Gutnick's documentary is called "The School of Real Life."
Final arguments in Sutherland-Kayseas murder trial hinge on whether fatal robbery done to benefit Terror Squad
Lawyers in the Shaylin Sutherland-Kayseas murder trial made their final arguments Friday at Court of Queen's Bench in Saskatoon.
7 fun things to do this first weekend of fall
Drop by the Charlottetown Farmers Market for their Harvest Party, or hit up one of P.E.I.'s apple orchards, which are now open for U-Pick. Here are some more suggestions for fun and entertainment this weekend.
'I'm going to keep asking': Anna Maria Tremonti breaks down her #MeToo interview with Harper's publisher
The Current's host says there were important questions she wasn't able to ask about #MeToo, redemption and printing an essay by a man accused of sexual harassment.
Statement accessories for under $100
10 gorgeous items to elevate your look for less.
Party promises on minimum wage
Here are the major political partys' promises regarding minimum wage, and this is where New Brunswick stands compared to other provinces.
Edmonton on way to new snowfall record for Sept. 21
Edmonton is on its way to the snowiest Sept. 21 since 1968, perhaps not what people wanted to see on the last full day of summer, says Dan Kulak, meteorologist with Environment Canada.
Barber shop dance party
Barberito in Little Italy gives patrons a chance to experience a ‘very Caribbean’ haircut.
Why scientists have become attached to 'Oppy', the Mars rover stranded by a dust storm
It's not that surprising to Joelle Renstrom, a robot columnist, that scientists and others around the world have become attached to Opportunity the Mars rover. She says it's quite common to associate human attributes to intimate objects.
No charges against son of Afghan diplomat, lawyer says
A sexual assault investigation related to allegations against the teenage son of a high-ranking Afghan diplomat in Ottawa has ended without charges, according to his lawyer.
'Where do they get their math from': SGEU calls out Crown executives for pay increases
Unions in Saskatchewan are calling out the government for for Crown executives getting pay raises while asking public sector employees to take a pay cut.
What you need to know about the 2018 Winnipeg election
Winnipeg residents will head to the polls this fall to vote for their mayor, city councillors and school trustees — as well as on a contentious question about the city's most famous intersection. Here's what you need to know to be ready to vote.
Senior dead after crash with semi-truck on Sask. grid road
A 71-year-old man is dead after the vehicle he was driving collided with a semi-truck on Thursday.
How Alan Alda went from TV doctor to teaching real doctors about empathy
Dr. Goldman talks to Emmy Award-winning actor Alan Alda. While best known for his role on MASH, he's forged another career as an expert communicator, helping doctors relate better to patients. He also talks about his new podcast and his diagnosis of Parkinson's disease.
Strong winds and thunderstorms could make for wild weather today
High winds have caused power outages throughout the city and led the TTC to run subway trains a bit slower as a cold front moves through the area, with the potential to cause "dangerous" thunderstorms through the evening.
Thursday At-Large Candidates
This video features campaign platforms from Thunder Bay At-Large candidates Mark Figliomeni, Marty Rajala, Peng You, and Rebecca Johnson.
Maxime Bernier explains what he means by 'extreme multiculturalism'
The Quebec MP sat down in studio this week with As It Happens host Carol Off to discuss his plans to create the People's Party of Canada.
Drake postpones two more concerts, this time in Miami
The venue made the announcement but did not provide a reason, other than to say it was "due to circumstances" beyond its control.