Game Wrap: Coyle scores twice in Bruins' OT win over Columbus

Charlie Coyle scored his fourth and fifth goals of the playoffs to push Boston past the Blue Jackets in Game 1 of their second-round series.

'So much appetite': TransLink ridership soars to record 437 million boardings

TransLink has a problem most transit operators would envy: too many people are using the system. 

DeRozan, Aldridge help Spurs overcome big scoring night by Nuggets' Jokic

LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points and DeMar DeRozan added 25 to help the San Antonio Spurs overcome Nikola Jokic's 43 points and beat the Denver Nuggets 120-103 on Thursday night, forcing a Game 7 of the opening round series.

Toronto-area man rolls up the rim to win … a long wait for his prize Jeep

A Toronto-area man won a Jeep Compass in this year's Roll up the Rim contest — but didn't hear anything from Tim Hortons because they were calling the wrong number.

How can governments help stop overwork? | The Question

The National has been exploring modern workplaces and why so many Canadians are battling burnout. But it's clearly not just a Canadian problem and depending on where you go around the world, the consequences and solutions can be quite extreme. So here's The Question: How can governments help stop overwork?

What does P.E.I.'s conservative flip mean for Ottawa? | At Issue

P.E.I.'s election was historic, but perhaps not in the way many were expecting. The Green Party's surge wasn't enough to form government, but the party is now the official opposition. So what does this mean for the greens federally? And what should we make of yet another province voting out its liberal government? The At Issue panel breaks things down.

Cold case: RCMP release new photos of vehicles of interest in teen girl's death

RCMP are looking for information about the more than a decade-old death of a 16-year-old girl — after new technology has been applied to the cold case.

CBC Saskatchewan News April 25, 2019

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina

Joe Biden launches 2020 campaign amid a crowded Democratic field

As if the field wasn't crowded enough, former Vice-President Joe Biden has added his name to a field of potential Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race.

Celtics legend John Havlicek dies at 79

John Havlicek, the Boston Celtics great whose steal of Hal Greer's inbounds pass in the final seconds of the 1965 Eastern Conference final against the Philadelphia 76ers remains one of the most famous plays in NBA history, has died. He was 79.

Sri Lanka adjusts to new reality days after deadly bombings

Sri Lanka is in a tense state four days after Easter Sunday bombings killed hundreds as warnings of new possible attacks emerge.

Searching for solutions to what's becoming an annual flooding event

An ounce of prevention could be worth a pound of cure when it comes to flood prevention. As extreme weather events become more common, governments and homeowners are rethinking their approaches to flood management.

N.B. floods force evacuations and road closure across the province

Many New Brunswickers learned their lesson from last year's floods. Physically, they're better prepared for flooding this season. But mentally, the strain of hundreds of evacuations is taking its toll.

Ottawa's taking Facebook to court over breached privacy laws

Canada's federal privacy watchdog plans to take Facebook to court following an investigation that found the social media giant broke a number of privacy laws and failed to take responsibility for protecting Canadians' personal information.

Cancer patient highlights Nova Scotian's struggle to find a family doctor

A Nova Scotia woman has posted a video on Facebook as a challenge to her premier to look into the face of what she calls a health care crisis in the province. Tens of thousands of people there can't find a family doctor, and she says that has made her fight for her life.

Coyle rescues Bruins in OT to strike 1st against Blue Jackets

Charlie Coyle scored late in regulation and again 5:15 into overtime as the Boston Bruins skated to a 3-2 victory over the visiting Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference second-round series.

Charlie Coyle lifts Bruins to game 1 win in OT

The Boston Bruins comeback late to take game 1 in overtime. Charlie Coyle scored the tying goal and game-winner.

Stanley Cup playoffs schedule and TV info

Watch the action live on CBC TV or streamed through and the CBC Sports app.

Put public health cuts on 'pause,' TDSB urges Ford government

Trustees with the Toronto District School Board have voted to urge Premier Doug Ford's government to "pause" any reductions in the funding of Toronto Public Health through the 2019-2020 school year.

A man's world is turned upside down when he's accused of kidnapping his estranged daughter

Determined to clear his name, Nelly Rowe goes on a mission to make things right & find her real abductor. But it could cost him & those around him more than they're prepared to pay. Watch now.
Coming Up

Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada: Blue Jackets vs. Bruins Game 2

Watch live on television and online as the Columbus Blue Jackets meet the Boston Bruins in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night on Canada.

Man who stabbed Good Samaritan to death sentenced to 6 years in prison

Kenneth Bryson Williams was originally convicted of second-degree murder for stabbing Robert Tyson Smith to death on Granville Street in 2014, but a new trial was ordered on appeal.
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Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada: Blue Jackets vs. Bruins Game 2

The Columbus Blue Jackets meet the Boston Bruins in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada. Watch coverage with our free live stream on the CBC Sports app.

Former Winnipeg cop tells court he didn't point gun at female colleague

Leroy Gold is on trial in provincial court on charges of pointing a firearm and uttering threats stemming from two alleged encounters with Const. Danielle Prefontaine in 2016.

Canadians Tanguay, Henderson among leaders at LPGA's L.A. Open

Canada's Anne-Catherine Tanguay is two shots back of leader Stacy Lewis at the L.A. Open, followed by compatriot Brooke Henderson at three shots back after Thursday's first round.