Exclusive premiere: watch the video for Hunter Brothers' 'Born and Raised'
Five brothers that make up the Canadian country band release the video for their new single.
Founder, editorial board of Vatican women's magazine quit
The founder and all-female editorial board of the Vatican's women's magazine have quit after what they say was a Vatican campaign to discredit them and put them "under the direct control of men," that only increased after they denounced the sexual abuse of nuns by clergy.
When 'high-tech' house arrest was first tested in Canada
More than three decades ago, British Columbia decided it would try using technology to keep track of selected inmates serving intermittent sentences.
AG says Nova Scotia hasn't completed more than 30 audit recommendations
In his latest report, released Tuesday, Michael Pickup said the government has only completed 71 per cent of the 113 recommendations it agreed to in 2015 and 2016.
Supreme Court tests the limits of military justice in rare appeal case
The Supreme Court of Canada debates today whether the Canadian military has the constitutional authority to try its own members for serious crimes like sexual assault and murder — a case that some legal observers are calling a once-in-a-generation event.
One of the world's fastest shrinking glaciers is growing again, NASA study finds
A major Greenland glacier that was one of the fastest shrinking ice and snow masses on Earth is growing again, a new NASA study finds.
BMC Minerals cancels Yukon drilling program this year, blames red tape
'Once we have clarity on our timelines, we will be working out how to proceed,' said company president Scott Donaldson.
4 months after blasts, massive cleanup still underway at Strathcona County Library
Restoration efforts are ongoing at the Strathcona County Library in Sherwood Park, that has been closed since an explosion was set off in an adjacent parkade last November.
Conor McGregor claims he's retiring from mixed martial arts
UFC superstar Conor McGregor announced his retirement on social media Monday night, abruptly ending his remarkable fighting career.
TTC driver charged after bus slammed into 2 homes in Scarborough last week
The driver of a TTC bus that slammed into two houses in Scarborough last week has been charged with careless driving, police have confirmed.
Willkommen in Edinburgh? British Airways flight goes to Scotland instead of Germany
The flight on Monday seemed to go perfectly well, until passengers realized their plane had landed in the wrong city and wrong country. A British Airways flight from London City Airport was supposed to head to Duesseldorf, Germany, but ended up in Scotland's capital of Edinburgh.
Tuesday, March 26, 2019: Oliver Jones, Donna Grantis and more
Today on q: jazz pianist Oliver Jones, guitarist Donna Grantis, La Vida Bohème vocalist Henry D'Arthenay, Billie Eilish performance.
Speaker Regan's 'naming and shaming' approach to hecklers isn't working
MPs will sit in the new House of Commons for the first time on Monday, but it will be as noisy as ever.
Fatal crash closes part of 14th Street in northwest Calgary
One person is dead and another is in hospital in critical condition after a car crash early Tuesday morning.
From playing with Prince to her solo debut, Donna Grantis on her life with the guitar
Donna Grantis takes us through her history with the guitar, from learning her first song to going to jazz school to playing her Purple Rain solo with Prince.
Provincial campaigning underway, even without an official election date
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians won't learn when they'll be heading to the polls until April 1 — but the election campaign has already begun.
Capelin in slightly better shape, but numbers still down, says DFO
This year's stock assessment shows capelin are bigger and in better condition, but their numbers are far below 1990 levels, just before a major collapse.
Provincial budget fails to invest enough in climate initiatives: environmentalists
Environmental groups say the most recent provincial budget did not live up to their expectations in terms of creating initiatives for people to buy electric cars or retrofit their homes to be more energy efficient.
Prime minister's news conference LIVE
Justin Trudeau is in Winnipeg to announce a skills and training initiative funded from Budget 2019’s Canada Training Benefit, a media availability follows
Fire at house in Guelph's east end under investigation
The Guelph Fire Department responded to reports of a fire at a Guelph home on Eastview Road late Monday night.
Conmee Township seniors' housing plan moves forward
The mayor of Conmee Township says the community's planned seniors' residential complex will mean more people can stay in familiar surroundings as they age.
From potholes to fresh paving: CAA revisits Windsor's 'worst roads'
The CAA has kicked off its 2019 Worst Roads campaign, asking motorists, cyclists and pedestrians across Ontario to vote on their most-despised roads.
'It has already saved lives': Calgary looks to add rapid-flash beacons to 450 more crosswalks
They're known as "rectangular rapid flash beacons" (or RRFBs for short). You can find them at 134 crosswalks in Calgary, but the city is looking to buy more — many more.
Some of the best tweets from last night's BRT meeting
While city councillors carved up what could have been the largest infrastructure project in London's history, many took to Twitter with their own commentary. Here are some memorable tweets.
Women passengers rally to protect teenage girl from airplane 'creep'
Joanna Chiu is praising the women bystanders and airline staff who helped protect a teenage girl from an older man.