Coach Hunter wants up-tempo Team Canada as world junior squad hits ice

Team Canada coach Tim Hunter says the team that looks to defend its world junior hockey title over the Christmas season will be one of the fastest ever.

Questions still shroud Christina Gliddy's death, like many others in Thunder Bay

Christina Gliddy died in hospital in 2016, after being found by a railway bridge in Thunder Bay. Hers is one of several cases under review in a probe of alleged systemic racism in the way Thunder Bay police handle missing-person and death cases involving Indigenous people.

Mogul king Mikael Kingsbury adds Lou Marsh Trophy to crowded awards shelf

Freestyle ski star Mikael Kingsbury has won the 2018 Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's athlete of the year. Kingsbury, from Deux-Montagnes, Que., won his first Olympic gold medal at the Pyeongchang Games and dominated the World Cup moguls circuit.

OPP interim commissioner asks ombudsman to investigate Taverner's appointment

The interim commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police is calling on the province's ombudsman to investigate "political interference" in the recent appointment of Toronto Police Supt. Ron Taverner as the OPP's next commissioner.

A trip down Candy Cane Lane

Blue Jays release Tulowitzki, write off $38M in salary still owing

The Toronto Blue Jays released veteran shortstop Troy Tulowitzki on Tuesday. The 34-year-old missed the entire 2018 season after undergoing surgery to remove bone spurs from both heels.

"It's very upsetting" Saint John officials disappointed with new NBM in jeopardy

The deferment of the new New Brunswick Museum could cost the City of Saint John the economic boost needed to revitalized its waterfront, according to officials disappointed with the Progressive Conservative government’s capital budget.

Hometown favourite Gushue drops National Grand Slam of Curling opener

Hometown favourite Brad Gushue began the National Grand Slam of Curling tournament with a loss Tuesday night.

At least 3 dead in Strasbourg Christmas market shooting, gunman still at large

At least three people are dead and several more are injured after a series of shots were fired at a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg. Reports say the gunman is still at large.

Yellowknife approves new budget, including 1.44% property tax increase

City councillors have approved a tax increase of 1.44 per cent with Yellowknife's 2019 budget.

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Dec. 11, 2018

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Riders add former Regina Rams all-star receiver to their roster

Regina Rams standout receiver Mitch Picton will get another pro shot with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

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CBC Vancouver News team gets the story beyond the headlines.

Yukon remembers Mida Donnessey — Kaska elder and language advocate

Donnessey died on Saturday at the age of 90. 'What's just amazing about Mida — Auntie Mida — is that she basically represents life, Kaska life, prior to contact.'

Volunteers serve up renovation plan for Fort McMurray bar closed since wildfire

Rather than see another St Patrick's day go by without their local watering hole, volunteers and contractors are raising money, muscle and materials to help rebuild one of the Fort McMurray's better known haunts.

Saving a Fort McMurray 'landmark'

Money, materials and muscle have come together to help a Fort McMurray pub owner who has been struggling to rebuild after the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire.

Elections B.C. aims to have electoral reform ballots counted before Christmas

About half of the ballots have been processed, according to Elections BC.

Huawei's CFO to be freed on $10M bail as she awaits extradition proceedings

Huawei's chief financial officer will be released on $10 million bail — with five guarantors — as she awaits possible extradition to the United States on fraud charges, a B.C. Supreme Court justice has ruled.

Power & Politics Dec. 11: Canadian detained in China, Alberta's pipe dreams

Should Canadians be worried about travelling to China in light of the detention of Michael Kovrig and the arrest of the Huawei CFO? Public Safety Min. Ralph Goodale is here. Plus: Alberta's energy minister on new refinery pitch.

Trump says he'd interfere in Huawei case hours after U.S. envoy to Canada said case isn't political

U.S President Donald Trump's ambassador to Canada denied Chinese claims that there is political motive behind Canada's arrest of Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei's CFO, hours before Trump told Reuters he would be willing to intervene in the case if it would help his country's interests.

Former executive director of autism charity pleads guilty to fraud

The former executive director of the Stars for Life Foundation for Autism pleaded guilty to fraud over five thousand dollars in Charlottetown Supreme Court today.

Transport truck crossed cable barrier in Hwy. 401 crash, three drivers taken to hospital

Chatham-Kent police have confirmed a tractor trailer went through the cable barriers on Hwy. 401 Tuesday morning.