Grid road leading to Robert Major crash site 'like driving in a dark tunnel,' defence witness testifies
The jury in Robert Major's dangerous driving trial heard from its final witness Tuesday. Lawyers are expected to make final arguments Wednesday.
Retirement community where Jason Kenney claimed he lived doesn't allow sublets, says former staff member
The UCP leader says he rented a Calgary basement suite from his mother and used it as his primary residence. But a former staff member at that retirement community says subletting isn't permitted there.
Canada Sleeps, But Not Enough
As part of the CBC's deeper dive into the how Canadians, or not, Sunnybrook Health Centre Neurologist Andrew Lim takes questions from viewers of Morning Live with Heather Hiscox
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Man found outside south Edmonton apartment building was stabbed to death, police say
The man found dead outside a south Edmonton apartment complex Sunday morning died of a stab wound, an autopsy confirmed Tuesday.
Not getting enough sleep? Here's why it could be affecting your memory
Many people aren't getting enough sleep, and the consequences are far more serious than feeling dozy and worn out. New research indicates it can affect your ability to form long-term memories and retain things you learn, and may even have an impact on dementia.
Former Mountie files new civil lawsuit over Dziekanski case
Kwesi Millington alleges the RCMP were negligent and defamatory, resulting in personal injury and damage, including PTSD, depression and anxiety
Many Rivers counselling staff accept new contract, ending strike
Many Rivers Counselling and Support Services staff in Yukon voted Tuesday to accept a new collective agreement. About 20 employees went on strike in Dawson City, Watson Lake, Haines Junction and Whitehorse in November.
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Mixed reaction from Essex, Lambton farmers to Canada's new food guide
Fruit and vegetable growers in Essex County are pleased with Canada's new food guide, while a beef farmer in Lambton County questions the document's recommendation to decrease consumption of animal proteins.
When Appa and Umma look to settle an argument, they unwittingly end up in couples' therapy. Watch now.
Cold isn't cause of bus delays, but can make them worse, OC Transpo says
OC Transpo tweeted on Monday and Tuesday that they would be expecting several cancellations and delays due to winter weather conditions, but riders feel like they are left out in the cold as to why.
Labrador's shiny new ferry unveiled, but don't forget your European adapters
The revamped Norwegian vessel can tackle icy seas like a pro, officials say, but holdovers from its days on the Baltic sea remain.
Ottawa unveils revamped food guide | Ginette Petitpas Taylor
Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor joined Power & Politics Tuesday to discuss the government's new revamped food guide.
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The future of Montreal's Wheel Club is in limbo as longtime owner retires
The owner of the popular NDG neighbourhood country music venue The Wheel Club is retiring at the end of month, and if he can't find a new buyer he'll need to close the space.
Kenney addresses living expenses
Province hires more classroom staff to work with influx of new students
The P.E.I. Department of Education says it has hired nine more teaching supports to help schools who are dealing with more students enrolling since the start of the school year.
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N.W.T. gov't rejects offer of binding arbitration in contract talks, says union
The territorial government has refused an offer from the Union of Northern Workers (UNW) to agree to binding arbitration to settle labour negotiations with the government and Northwest Territories Power Corporation, according to a press release from the UNW.
Bands at Budweiser Gardens parking lot could be cleared to play until 2 a.m. during Juno week
The city's protective services committee cleared the way Tuesday to allow bands performing at the Budweiser Gardens outdoor stage to play until 2 a.m. during Juno week.
B.C. Speaker says he didn't know who in the legislature to trust— so he hired Alan Mullen to help investigate
A few months into the job, Plecas asked longtime acquaintance Alan Mullen to come on board as his full-time special adviser, amid growing concerns over apparently lavish international travel, misappropriated alcohol and questionable benefits policies.
Amanda Jones takes over as head of RCMP in Nunavut
For the first time, a woman is in charge of the RCMP in Nunavut. Chief Superintendent Amanda Jones took over as commanding officer of the territory’s V Division on Monday.
2 people face more charges in horse neglect investigation west of Edmonton
Two people face more charges following a separate animal cruelty investigation into horse neglect west of Edmonton.