Probe of Conservatives' handling of sexual assault claim against ex-MP nearing its end
More than 10 months after Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer first ordered an investigation, it appears the third party probe into Rick Dykstra's candidacy in the 2015 election could soon be coming to a close.
Multiple injuries reported after TTC bus slams into hydro pole, police say
Toronto police say a number of people have been injured after a TTC bus slammed into a hydro pole near Bathurst Street and Davenport Road.
De-icing equipment malfunction causes flight problems at Sudbury Airport
Flights are starting to go in and out of the Sudbury Airport after many were cancelled or delayed.
Pair charged in youth court with 2nd-degree murder of 17-year-old from Nuns' Island
A boy and a girl, both 17, appeared in youth court in Montreal this afternoon to be charged in connection with the stabbing death of another 17-year-old on Nuns' Island earlier this week. The Crown is requesting they be tried as adults.
ROM plans 'Dawn of Life' gallery to tell story of earliest life on Earth
Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum announced plans on Wednesday to create a "Dawn of Life" gallery that will tell the story of earliest life on Earth.
Tuxedo dresses may be your go-to evening ensemble this season
Replace your little black dress with these 10 tux-inspired numbers.
A Christmas Classic returns for the holiday season
A Christmas Carol takes to the stage at Theatre Calgary Nov. 29 - Dec. 23
Terra Nova Golf Resort is in receivership
The future of the resort, which has two golf courses and an 80-room hotel, is up in the air.
Crosby skips practice with 'upper body injury'
Penguins star Sidney Crosby skipped practice on Wednesday, fueling speculation about the nature of his injury.
(Warning: Video contains sexually explicit descriptions) 'To this day, it makes me so sick to my stomach'
An Ottawa-area woman who was sexually assaulted in 2011 fears her attacker will be found not criminally responsible for his actions because of a sleep disorder.
Nova Scotia Power gets 46 per cent of province's cap-and-trade credits
Nova Scotia's Environment Minister Margaret Miller will have the power to limit trades, cancel deals and block companies from participating in auctions, as part of the new rules governing the province's cap-and-trade program.
Cape Breton group calls for fishing rope recycling program
Organization finds a large amount of fishing gear and rope during beach cleanups in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality.
Will the NHL concussion settlement change anything?
In 2013, a group of hockey players launched a lawsuit against the NHL alleging the league failed to protect players from head injuries or warn them of the risk of playing. A tentative settlement between the NHL and more than 300 players has now been reached. Will it make players safer? And does it help the future of the league?
There's only room for one slime-maker in this town
'Less talking, more sliming!' Has Gerry finally broken bad? Find out at 9/9:30NT on CBC.
Inmate who escaped from healing lodge near Maple Creek, Sask., recaptured
Joely Lambourn escaped the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge on Nov. 9.
Substance use costs $1,000 to $2,600 per person in Canada each year, study says
Canada's territories are spending the most per capita on costs related to substance use, according to a report released Thursday.
Let immigrants help solve doctor and nurse shortage, group says
Immigrants could be one of the solutions to labour shortages in many fields across the province, particularly health care, says a Moncton group that works with immigrants.
Mark Little breaks bad in this behind-the-scenes clip
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How a Canadian ran up against members of a powerful church & ended up dead
It’s a controversial church with millions of followers around the world known as the Iglesia Ni Cristo. Based in the Philippines, members are accused of financial irregularities, kidnapping, even the murder of a Canadian man. The church denies the allegations. Watch now.
Calgary Olympics No vote not an easy decision, says Alberta tourism minister
Alberta Culture and Tourism Minister Ricardo Miranda says the provincial government respects the decision of Calgarians in a plebiscite that dashed local hopes for a 2026 Winter Olympics.
Edmonton café standing by $3.50 charge for lemon water after sour customer review
An Edmonton restaurant has been flooded with complaints after a customer — sour at being charged $3.50 for hot lemon water — posted a negative review online.
Province proposes expansion of civil forfeiture laws
The province is introducing changes to its civil forfeiture laws that will expand the number of crimes covered under the Seizure of Criminal Property Act.
The city's first Miss London turns 100
In the year 1937, Daintry Collins was crowned Miss London. She celebrates another milestone Wednesday – she’s turning 100.
'I walk proud today': At 67, a Sask. Métis man is going back to school to learn about his culture
For most of his young life, Alexander Pelletier felt ashamed of who he was, as a Métis and two-spirit man. Now the 67-year-old says he has moved past those feelings, and is going back to university to learn about his language and culture.
Water flows into street while taps dry since October at Winnipeg rooming house
People living in a Winnipeg rooming house have been without water for a month, while a steady stream has flowed from the ground into the front street that entire time.