U.K.'s May warns ousting her won't make Brexit talks easier
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that a leadership change wouldn't make Brexit negotiations easier, as opponents in her own party threaten to unseat her.
Santa Claus comes to town — in pictures
Children braved the chilly weather to get a glimpse of Santa Claus as he paraded through downtown Ottawa Saturday.
Canadian men claim World Cup speed skating bronze in Japan
Canada's men's team sprint squad captured the country's first medal at the season-opening speed skating World Cup event on Sunday in Obihiro, Japan.
Business owners in Laval want financial support from city during construction
Some Laval businesses are worried about a lean holiday season because construction is keeping customers away, but they aren’t having any luck getting the city to help them financially.
Tale of thieving Yellowknife fox comes to life in children's book
It’s a story so whimsical it could have been a children’s tale. Now, it is.
What makes a doughnut worth $5? Real ingredients and a lot of time
First came the cupcake craze. Now, specialty doughnuts are all the rage in Saskatchewan.
Woman, 96, found after car stolen with her still inside, suspect in custody
A 96-year-old woman has been found safe after a minivan she was in was carjacked in Mississauga, police said Saturday.
Ford, in fireside chat, says PC government 'may' balance budget by year 4
Days after his government delivered its first major fiscal update, Premier Doug Ford said his government "may" balance the province's budget in the final year of its mandate.
Fire extinguished at manufacturing plant in Hantsport
Fire departments in the Annapolis Valley responded to an early-morning fire at the CKF building on Prince Street in Hantsport, N.S.
St. John's cemetery sheds light on early Chinese immigration — and a cold case murder
Men from China who came to live in Newfoundland in the first half of the 20th Century were often victims of racism, robbery and even murder.
SAQ obtains injunction ordering restrictions on picketers
Following what it called "aggressive actions" on Friday, the Superior Court of Quebec has granted an injunction ordering restrictions on striking provincial liquor board employees.
Flames use furious comeback to top Oilers in feisty Battle of Alberta
Elias Lindholm scored twice including the game-winner on Saturday night as the Calgary Flames took over top spot in the Pacific Division with a 4-2 comeback victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
Watch World Cup speed skating from Japan
Watch action from the speed skating World Cup stop in Obihiro, Japan, including Canadian stars Ivanie Blondin and Ted-Jan Bloemen.
Watch the Grand Prix of Figure Skating from Russia
Watch live coverage of the fifth Grand Prix of Figure Skating event of the season in Moscow.
Guelph breweries team up to promote their suds
Guelph's commercial breweries are collaborating to promote the city's beer culture.
Point of View
'It was never OK': The work started by #MeToo isn't nearly done, and employers have a big part to play
It has been more than one year since the #MeToo hashtag went viral and I have been reflecting on what, if anything, has changed. Although I believe a lot has changed, we are nowhere near finished.
Heading west for harvest time in P.E.I.'s Bygone Days
Hundreds of Islanders used to head to Western Canada every year on "harvest excursion trains" to help bring in the wheat crop.
Antidepressant shortage alarms Saskatchewan patients with mental illnesses
The shortage in Canada of bupropion, a popular prescription antidepressant, has been stressful for patients with mental illnesses and the people who care for them.
Star linebacker on 1990 championship team cheering for Blue to break Grey Cup drought
One of the stars of the last Winnipeg Blue Bombers team to win the Grey Cup hopes this will be the year the franchise breaks its 28-year championship drought.
Woman with cerebral palsy wins right to live independently, but fight for control over her care isn't over
Winning the right to live independently in Winnipeg was only half the fight for a Portage la Prairie woman living with cerebral palsy. Helen Roulette still wants the provincial government to transfer her care to an agency that will let her choose her own caregivers.
Cactus paddles and coffee mayonaisse: A culinary crawl through Mexico City
The megalopolis of Mexico City is infamous for its crime and congestion - but also graced with one of the most vibrant food cultures on the planet.
Ontario Bar Association offers reasons to make a will
As the old saying goes, the only certain things in life are death and taxes and a group wants to you to make decisions now about your estate before you go.
Campbellton Air Cadets celebrate 75th anniversary
Sixteen-year-old Jason O'Hearn has been part of the 349 Air Cadet Squadron for four years, but he wants everyone to recognize that there's much more history behind the group.
U.S. envoy hopes for peace deal with Taliban in 2019
The U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan hopes to cement a peace deal with Taliban insurgents by April 2019, local media reported on Sunday.
APEC talks conclude without communique amid U.S.-China trade tensions
Leaders have left the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Papua New Guinea without coming to a consensus on a final communique to describe what was agreed to at their talks.