Priest stabbed during morning mass at Montreal's Saint Joseph's Oratory

A priest at Montreal's renowned Saint Joseph's Oratory was stabbed in the chest Friday while delivering morning mass, shocking parishioners and those watching a live stream of the service from home.

Intersection where girl died was identified as potentially dangerous back in 2016

Community members sounded the alarm nearly three years ago about pedestrian safety at the crosswalk where a four-year-old girl was struck and killed by a vehicle this week, according to a community advocate who works in the area.

Ottawa Muslims encourage unity after New Zealand attacks

One week after the New Zealand mass shooting, members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community gathered at Sandy Hill Community Centre for Friday prayers.

Alex Harvey held off podium at 1st of final cross-country races in Quebec

Canadian cross-country legend Alex Harvey was held off the podium in one of the last races of his storied career, finishing 10th at an FIS World Cup sprint race Friday.

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Rare 4.5-magnitude earthquake shakes Fort Good Hope — even if no one felt it

Edna Tobac, who lives in Fort Good Hope, N.W.T., says she didn’t feel it herself, but the dogs were riled up on Thursday morning and afternoon.

Robert Mueller's report delivered to U.S. attorney general

Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday turned over his long-awaited final report on the contentious Russia investigation that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump's presidency, entangled Trump's family and resulted in criminal charges against some of the president's closest associates.

This Moncton library book was returned 63 years late

This book from the Moncton Public Library was returned 63 years late. Yes, years. Here’s the story.

On-ice collision being called Tonya Harding 2.0

A small collision on the World Championship practice rink has turned into a social media tornado. CBC Sports' Jacqueline Doorey has the details.

Relentless lobbying by Arkells and fans gets CFL to shift Toronto game time

The Tiger-cats are playing their rival Argonauts at BMO field in Toronto on June 22. The problem? The game was scheduled for 7 p.m., the same time the Juno-winning Arkells were scheduled to rock nearby Budweiser Stage. So the band took to Twitter with an idea for the perfect day — Ticats versus Argos, then an Arkells show

Uninsured and unlicensed motorcyclist caught going 207 km/h on Okanagan highway

Kelowna RCMP have fined an uninsured and unlicensed motorcyclist $1,357 after he was caught going 207 km/h on Highway 97C Thursday.

Vote Compass: Find out how your views compare to party platforms for the 2019 Alberta election

If you’re curious about how your views on campaign issues line up with the platforms of Alberta's major parties, you’re in luck. CBC’s Vote Compass is back for the 2019 Alberta election.

3 titles from the Whodunit? Mystery Bookstore that are flying off the shelves

Since 1994, the Whodunit? Mystery Bookstore has been providing customers with crime fiction. Owner of the Winnipeg store Michael Bumsted recommends three recent titles.

Premier confirms province's $1.2B share for Stage 2 LRT

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has confirmed the province's contribution of $1.2 billion toward Ottawa's Stage 2 LRT project, and signed the long-awaited agreement.

Legendary Toronto antiques collection going up for auction this weekend

The contents of Addison's, Inc. are up for auction two years after store founder Jim Addison's death.

Watch Sarah McLachlan perform with Whitehorse at the 2019 Juno Awards

An unforgettable moment from this year's awards ceremony.

21 facts you might not know about Canada Reads

As Canada Reads heads into its 18th season, we've gathered some interesting trivia about the show.

U of S students work with pharmacy for accessible fentanyl testing strips

The fentanyl strips, which would be available in one Saskatoon pharmacy, would be free to opioid users who need them.

Watch the Reklaws perform 'Long Live the Night' at the 2019 Juno Awards

The brother-sister duo took the stage as nominees for country album of the year.

ISU finds 'no evidence' that American skater deliberately injured Korean rival

The International Skating Union says its investigation has found "no evidence" that American skater Mariah Bell tried to deliberately injure Korea's Eunsoo Lim during warmups at the world figure skating championships on Wednesday.

Watch Shawn Mendes perform 'In my Blood' from Europe for the 2019 Junos

The singer delivered an exclusive performance of his Juno-nominated hit.

Watch Tyler Shaw perform 'With You' at the 2019 Juno Awards

The former breakthrough artist of the year wowed the crowd with his guitar and vocals.

Canada's Andreescu into 3rd round in Miami after tidy win over Kenin

Canada's Bianca Andreescu has exacted revenge on one of the three women to beat her in the 2019 season, while Milos Raonic didn't have to hit a shot as both advanced to the third round of the Miami Open on Friday.

Iraqis lash out at officials after Tigris ferry disaster

Iraqi residents of the northern city of Mosul, angry over the sinking of a ferry in the Tigris River that killed 95 people, blocked a road where Iraq's presidential convoy was passing on Friday, chanting "no to corruption" and pelting the provincial governor's car with stones.