1st-world problem: Outraged Saints fans sue NFL for do-over after blown call

In the legal equivalent of a Hail Mary pass, two New Orleans Saints season ticket-holders asked a judge on Tuesday to order the NFL commissioner to reverse the results of the NFC championship game that sent the Los Angeles Rams to the Super Bowl, or schedule a do-over.

Survey results from basic income project reveal housing, mental health struggles

Just days before a lawyer’s challenge of the cancelled basic income pilot project goes to court, data from a survey examining the lives of the participants at the start of the program has finally been released.

Teen mothers share stories of 'joy, resilience and courage' in new magazine

The Toronto creative writing program Sister Writes has launched a magazine featuring short stories from 12 teen moms. "We always get put down by people; this really uplifts us," said one writer.

Maple Leafs GM downplays team's slide, says Matthews contract talks progressing

Toronto Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas says he isn't concerned about his team's current struggles, adding he views its current 3-7-0 stretch as a "great opportunity" for his young group to battle adversity.

After Plecas' explosive report, B.C. politicians wonder what took so long

Less than 24 hours after a bombshell report accusing two top House officials of outrageous, inappropriate spending, B.C. politicians say they're pleased to finally have some information on the allegations — but some are asking why it took so long.

Windsor one of three cities in Junos Music Exchange

Three cities in Southern Ontario - Windsor, Kitchener and Mississauga - have been named as partners in Junos London's Host City Music Exchange. London's Music Industry Development Officer, Cory Crossman, explains how it works.

Lake of the Strangers calling-in ceremony

CBC's Kyle Muzyka was invited to participated in a calling-in ceremony for Lake of the Strangers, a new play and myth written by siblings Jacquelyn and Hunter Cardinal.

Belinda Stronach countersues father in legal feud

Belinda Stronach has countersued her father for millions of dollars in a statement of defence that alleges he lost vast sums of money on pet projects.

Western Mustangs football coach becomes head coach of University of Windsor's squad

Western's loss is Windsor's gain. Host Chris dela Torre speaks to Jean Paul Circelli - the new head football coach of the University of Windsor Lancers, and now ex-offensive line coach for the Western Mustangs.

Ontario appeals Robinson treaties annuities case, but open to settlement negotiations

The Ontario government has filed a notice to appeal a landmark case on treaty annuities as it enters settlement negotiations with Ottawa and the First Nations involved in the case.

Songs of the City returns to Fredericton

Fredericton is hosting the fourth Songs of the City concert this week. Once again, musicians partnered with the United Way and met with a client to learn about that person's story, and then interpret it in song. Jerry Faye is one of the local musicians performing at the event.

Winnipeg police arrest 2 youth in string of threats against schools

Police arrested the youth in connection with threats made against École Van Belleghem, Arthur Day Middle School and John W. Gunn Middle School last week.

New food guide set to challenge prominence of meat, dairy industries

Health Canada unveiled a radically new food guide Tuesday that eliminates food groups, encourages plant-based foods over meat and dairy products, and is likely to force changes across the country's agricultural industry.

Edmonton youth pleads guilty to stabbing bus driver

A 15-year-old boy who repeatedly stabbed a bus driver has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and possession of a concealed weapon.

'Dark chapter in our history': federal gov't apologizes to Ahiarmiut for forced relocations

Seventy years after the federal government forcibly relocated Ahiarmuit away from their homeland, it’s apologizing to the 21 survivors and their families in Arviat, Nunavut, on Tuesday.

Townships opting out and still undecided about pot shops

It's the last day for municipalities in Ontario to opt out of the legal weed market. In this hour, we chat with one municipality saying "no" to pot shops, and another that's making a decision, today.

Women knit toward better mental health with new program

Newcomer women in P.E.I. are getting some help through a unique program that looks at improving their mental health through knitting.

Kingston residents baffled by plane buzzing overhead, unseen, for weeks

Over the past few weeks, residents in Kingston, Ont., have heard what they believe to be a small plane buzzing overhead, mostly in the night. And so far, no one has figured out who is flying it — or why.

'I've gone to the theater mainly for the popcorn'

Jason Kenny tells us about his favorite snack popcorn.

New food guide unveiled without food groups or recommended servings

Instead of eating food from four groups, Canadians are now encouraged to follow three guidelines on: what to eat regularly, what to avoid, and the importance of cooking and preparing meals at home.

Federal, N.W.T. gov'ts commit $760K to fight opioid addiction in territory

The federal government is spending $500,000 out of its Emergency Treatment Fund and the territorial government is pitching in just over $260,000.

Oilpatch wants growth policies from Alberta politicians as election looms

The energy industry has revealed what it wants to see from Alberta politicians gearing up for a spring election.

How to straighten curly hair perfectly with tips from Makeba Lindsay

Safely smooth out those locks like a pro.

Para Alpine World Championships: Women's Giant Slalom Run 2 - Kranjska Gora

2019 Para Alpine World Championships in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.

UBC training new doctors to fill physician shortage.

Dr. Allan Jones, regional associate dean for the Interior at the UBC Southern Medical Program on attracting and keeping new doctors in the region.