British PM May tries to convince skeptical Parliament a Brexit deal is still possible
British Prime Minister Theresa May urged the European Union on Monday not to allow a standoff over the so-called Irish backstop to derail the Brexit talks, saying she believed a deal was achievable.
Global warming could make beer scarcer and costlier, study finds
Add beer to chocolate, coffee and wine as some of life's little pleasures that global warming will make scarcer and costlier, scientists say.
Rawi Hage reflects on why death is for the living in Beirut Hellfire Society
The Montreal-based novelist speaks with Shelagh Rogers about his latest novel.
Gender-bending performance of theatre classic comes to Calgary
You've probably never seen Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead done quite like this.
Beirut Hellfire Society
Beirut Hellfire Society by Rawi Hage.
CONTEST: Your chance to win a Dragon's Den prize pack
Have you ever wanted to try the products pitched in the Den?
Young drivers who use cannabis at higher risk of collisions for at least 5 hours, McGill finds
Young people who use cannabis and drive are at greater risk of being in involved in a vehicular collision even if five hours have passed since inhaling it, according to a McGill University study.
'It’s not just about clinical practice'
Chris Hood, executive director of the Paramedics Association of NB, says in the past nine years they have suspended less than ten paramedic licenses.
Police discuss cannabis legalization readiness LIVE
Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer, president of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, addresses police readiness around cannabis legalization.
At least 10 dead in southwestern France flooding
Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning waterways into raging torrents that killed at least 10 people, nine of them in one town, authorities said Monday.
'We have to consider the individual member’s right to one final sort of opportunity to provide any additional evidence'
Executive director of Paramedics Association of NB Chris Hood talks about the legal process of suspending a paramedic license.
When scientists want their data fudged and why you should care
Some statisticians have been asked to falsify significance of research results, new study finds.
Blue Jays to host NL Central champion Brewers in Montreal next spring
The Blue Jays will close out their 2019 pre-season schedule with a pair of games in Montreal against the Milwaukee Brewers. Toronto's regular-season opener is set for March 28 against the visiting Detroit Tigers.
Child dies after being hit by light rail vehicle in Calgary
A 10-year-old girl has died after being hit by a C-Train, or light rail vehicle, on Monday morning, according to Calgary police.
Living Library 2018: Retired Corporal William Kerr
Retired Cpl. William Kerr is one of the guests at CBC Sudbury's Living Library event on Oct. 27, 2018. The event is being held in partnership with the Greater Sudbury Public Library. This year's theme is "Survivors."
Surrey firefighters battle pair of two-alarm fires overnight
Four people have been displaced, but are uninjured.
Turkish, Saudi officials to conduct 'inspection' at consulate where journalist disappeared
Turkey and Saudi Arabia investigators arrived on Monday afternoon after it was announced a joint "inspection" of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul would occur, nearly two weeks after the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
Mental evaluation ordered for Jacksonville teen accused of killing 17-year-old girl
An 18-year-old from the Woodstock area will get a five-day mental evaluation after being charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 17-year-old girl.
Canadian peacekeepers can accomplish 'very little' in Mali conflict, says expert
As a UN report warns that the situation in Mali has deteriorated sharply, one expert argues that Canada's peacekeeping mission in the conflict-ridden country is "a wasted opportunity to do more."
Stealing is bad, but stealing from orphans? Tune in at 9/9:30 NT
When donations are taken from a orphanage, civil rights hero Marcus Garvey hires the team to catch the thief and find the cash.
Brian Bowman promises to create youth council at city hall if re-elected
Brian Bowman says he'll establish a new committee to ensure Winnipeg's youth are heard if he's re-elected mayor.
Mosaïculture falls short of 2018 attendance goal
Mosaïculture, the topiary exhibition in its second year at Gatineau's Jacques-Cartier Park, failed to meet its attendance goal of half a million visitors over three and a half months.
Child dies after being hit by C-Train
A 10-year-old girl has died after being hit by a C-Train on Monday morning, according to Calgary police.
Cannabis NB's online store posts price list, instructions for rolling joints
New Brunswickers are getting a look at what cannabis products will be available when recreational use of the drug becomes legal on Wednesday.
Man skinny dips with sharks at Toronto Ripley's Aquarium
Wearing nothing except a large smile, a man jumped into the largest exhibit at Ripley's Aquarium in downtown Toronto late Friday and swam among sharks before security asked him to leave — but it didn't end there.