Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Playoffs - San Jose at St. Louis - Game 6

Watch the live stream of Hockey Night in Canada playoffs as the San Jose Sharks visit the St. Louis Blues at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Mâu thuẫn giữa đài truyền hình Việt Nam tại địa phương và hội cộng đồng dẫn đến buộc tội đe dọa giết người

Một mối bất hòa giữa một đài truyền hình Việt Nam tại Toronto và một trong những nhóm hội cộng đồng Việt Nam lớn nhất tại GTA đã dẫn đến sự việc một người trong cộng đồng này bị buộc tội đe dọa giết người và theo đài truyền hình này, đài bị cấm đưa tin về các sự kiện trong cộng đồng người Việt tại địa phương.

B.C. pilot killed in Honduras crash was 'very experienced,' father says

Larry Forseth said the family is trying to piece together the tragedy. "I've been a commercial pilot all my life and I've spent many hours in the air with him and he's a very capable, very professional pilot," he said.

Man falls to his death from Dartmouth hotel

A man fell to his death from a hotel in Dartmouth, N.S., Monday night.

Hamilton researchers invent way to store vaccines at higher temperatures

Ontario researchers say they've come up with a way to store vaccines at higher temperatures for weeks at a time.

Summerside police in 2 long weekend vehicle chases

Police in Summerside, P.E.I., found themselves involved in two separate vehicle chases over the long weekend.

Game of Thrones finale 'an ending, but it was also a beginning:' George RR Martin

What's next for Game of Thrones? The author, whose work was adapted into the HBO series that drew a record-setting numbers of viewers for Sunday's finale, says it's 'been a wild ride.'

Feud between Vietnamese TV station and community group escalates to death threat charge

A rift between a Toronto Vietnamese television station and one of the largest Vietnamese community associations in the GTA has escalated into a criminal charge and according to the station, a ban on it covering events in the local Vietnamese community.

Iraq offers delegations to help ease Iran-U.S. tensions

Iraq is stepping up to help ease tensions between Iran and the United-States. Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi has been quoted by state media, saying Baghdad intends to send delegations to both countries. Iran's leader has said that he favours 'talks and diplomacy' with the United-States.

Veteran booked followup at hospital the same day as triple murder-suicide

The first stage begins of the long-awaited inquiry into what happened prior to Lionel Desmond killing his mother, wife and daughter before turning the gun on himself in 2017.

Highlife, Sudbury cannabis store, announces Friday opening

It’s the green light that Highlife has been waiting for.

New Moncton marathon will give runners their long-distance fix

Organizers of a new marathon planned for Moncton say they hope runners disappointed by the cancellation of the long-running Legs For Literacy will flock to their race for their running fix this fall.

Game of Thrones finale: How does the series' ending affect its legacy?

The q screen panel discusses Game of Thrones, which came to an end with Sunday's highly-anticipated finale.

Your horoscope for the week: We're entering a season of transition

Your horoscope for the week ahead: We're entering a season of transition

'I got an idea:' Céline Dion delivers Titanic-sized edition of Carpool Karaoke

Céline Dion delivered a Titanic-sized, Sin City edition of Carpool Karaoke, one of the most popular segments of late-night host James Corden's The Late Late Show, on Monday evening.

The fight for sobriety behind bars: 4 inmates share their story

They've spent close to a lifetime drugging up the demons that haunt them — and committing countless crimes to pay for those drugs. But four inmates at a provincial jail say a unique treatment program is helping them slay those demons and preventing more crimes.
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Making cedar soda with Pow Wow Cafe's Shawn Adler

At Pow Wow Cafe in Kensington Market in Toronto, there’s more than just Indian tacos and corn soup on the menu.

The great Canadian summer song showdown: vote now

We need your help picking the best Canadian summer jam.

Raymond Antrobus wins £30K Rathbones Folio Prize for debut poetry collection, The Perseverance

The Perseverance explores the poet's diagnosis with deafness as a child, his mixed heritage as well as his father's alcoholism and later decline into dementia and death.

St. Louis Blues become 'Saskatchewan's team' as Stanley Cup Final approaches

There are no Canadian teams left in the National Hockey League playoffs, but Saskatchewan fans still have three big reasons to cheer. For the first time in more than a decade, three Saskatchewan-born players have a chance to see their names engraved on the Stanley Cup. Jaden Schwartz of Melfort, Brayden Schenn of Saskatoon and Tyler Bozak of Regina are all key members of the St. Louis Blues.

Alberta beef producers carefully watch Beyond Meat veggie burger complaint

Beef producers in Alberta are carefully watching an ongoing complaint from their Quebec counterparts against a meatless burger patty.

'I can die and go to heaven any day': Gay advocate reflects on 50 years of progress

Michael Sobota was on hand at Thunder Bay city hall Wednesday as officials raised the rainbow and trans pride flags to mark 50 years since the partial decriminalization of homosexuality. 

'Fun Guy' Kawhi Leonard the latest example of NBA branding

New Balance was looking for uncommon personalities in sport and got one in Kawhi Leonard, beating all the big basketball players like Nike for the Toronto Raptors' quiet superstar.

5 taken to hospital after multi-vehicle crash involving ambulance

Two sedans were also damaged in the collision at Oak Street and 12th Avenue on Monday night.

Be the North: The Toronto Raptors who have embraced life in Canada

They're just like us? The super-tall, super-skilled millionaire members of the Toronto Raptors?