Batstone murder trial wraps after 3 months

The three month trial has wrapped, and the judge is going to deliver her verdict in March, but family members who attended are still torn with grief about the little girl who was killed by her mother.

Kadri hat trick sinks Capitals and sends Leafs on break on high note

Nazem Kadri recorded the fifth hat trick of his career and added an assist as the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Washington Capitals 6-3 on Wednesday night.

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Oladipo injury casts pall over Pacers' win over Raptors

Victor Oladipo suffered a serious right knee injury that could alter the season for the Indiana Pacers, who beat the Toronto Raptors 110-106 on Wednesday night.

'Celebrate instead of hibernate': Icy outdoor bar opens at The Forks

Winnipeggers can now grab an ice cold one out on the ice at The Forks.
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'They covered it up': 3 women go public with sexual assault allegations against former RCMP doctor

Three woman who worked for the RCMP are going public with allegations of sexual assault in the 1980s at the hands of an RCMP doctor that they say multiple agencies covered up.

Poor driving conditions close highways across southern Manitoba

Highway 75 from Winnipeg's St. Norbert area to Emerson near the Manitoba border with the U.S. is closed due to poor winter driving conditions.

Toronto doctor loses licence after she admits to sexual relationship with cancer patient

A Toronto doctor has had her licence revoked after admitting to having a sexual relationship with a cancer patient.

Metro Matters On The Road: Surrey

B.C.'s second largest city suffers from an infrastructure gap for schools, roads, and much more. Growing its business base may be the solution.

Metro Matters On The Road: White Rock

While many municipalities voted to slow growth in the 2018 election, the seaside community of White Rock was quickest to make bold moves.

Richard Oland was planning trip with mistress the day he was killed, murder trial hears

On the day Richard Oland was killed, he and his mistress Diana Sedlacek were planning a trip together, Dennis Oland's murder retrial heard Wednesday.

Venezuela's Opposition leader takes oath as interim president, endorsed by Canada, U.S.

Opposition Leader Juan Guaido takes an oath swearing himself in as Venezuela's interim president as hundreds of thousands marched to demand the end of socialist leader Nicolas Maduro's government.

Alex Ovechkin ties Sergei Fedorov for most points in NHL by a Russian

Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin collected the 1,179th point of his career Wednesday, tying him with Sergei Fedorov for the most NHL points by a Russian-born player.

'Be vigilant but not vigilantes,' police urge amid rash of break-ins at York Region businesses

Police in York Region are cautioning local businesses to beef up their security systems amid an alarming rash of break-ins, as well as two armed robberies reported over the past two months.

Weinstein's new legal team boasts defenders of high-profile clients

Harvey Weinstein unveiled a new legal team brimming with star power Wednesday to defend him at his upcoming New York rape and sexual assault trial.

Dayna Spiring named chair of Winnipeg Blue Bombers board

The Winnipeg Football Club has named its first ever female chair to its board of directors. Dayna Spiring took on the role, effective Jan. 1 this year.

Rescheduled February shutdown at Windsor Assembly Plant

Windsor Assembly Plant workers will spend an rescheduled week at home this February.

Federal, N.W.T. gov'ts investing $1.2M for proposed Taltson expansion

The federal and Northwest Territories governments are investing a total of $1.2 million into preliminary work for a proposed expansion of the Taltson Hydroelectric system.

RCMP and Yukon gov't look to improve school bus safety, crack down on bad drivers

Officials say they're concerned, after a Whitehorse-area mother spoke out about dangerous driving on the Alaska Highway — and an incident last week that saw a truck driver charged for failing to stop for a bus.

No team logo for Roy Halladay's plaque in Hall of Fame, widow says

Roy Halladay's widow says his Hall of Fame plaque will not include a Toronto Blue Jays or a Philadelphia Phillies logo on the cap.

'People are gonna die': The Red Cross gets put in the hot seat

Will Sanders questions why the Red Cross may still be distributing tainted blood when safe heat-treated product is available. Watch now.

47 men arrested by Vancouver police in operation targeting alleged sexual predators

Vancouver police say 47 men — including a retired school teacher, a former school trustee and a firefighter — were arrested during a two-month operation last year targeting people allegedly willing to pay teenagers for sex acts.

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Victor Oladipo leaves game against Raptors on stretcher

Indiana Pacers star Victor Oladipo left Wednesday's game against the Toronto Raptors on a stretcher after a serious knee injury.

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