Windsor police investigating two stabbings in two nights
Police are investigating two downtown stabbing incidents that have taken place over the course of the weekend.
17-year-old beaten with baton, threatened with knife in carjacking
A 17-year-old girl was beaten with a baton by a pair of thieves who took her car keys Wednesday evening, Winnipeg Police say.
Prada removes 'blackface' products following backlash
Prada has removed a series of products from its stores worldwide after accusations they were offensive and depicted blackface.
IBSF World Cup Winterberg: 4-Man Bobsleigh 2nd Heat
IBSF World Cup from Winterberg, Germany.
IBSF World Cup Winterberg: 4-Man Bobsleigh 1st Heat
IBSF World Cup from Winterberg, Germany.
Ontario government cuts $25M in funding for specialized school programs
The Ontario government is slashing $25 million in funding for specialized programs in elementary and secondary schools across the province.
CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of Dec. 9
How closely did you follow the past seven days in local news? Take our quiz and find out.
Mikael Kingsbury was pushed to his best in China
Despite a bout of food poisoning, the Deux-Montagnes, Que., skier won his 51st and 52nd moguls World Cup titles in Thaiwoo, China.
Most Canadian employees are ready to quit their jobs, survey finds
A low unemployment rate coupled with greater desire for growth on the job means employers must step up their game to keep staff happy. A survey conducted by Nielson has found that three quarters of employees surveyed would leave their jobs for another opportunity.
Cannabis legalization voted Canadian Press's business story of the year
Canada's trailblazing move to legalize cannabis for recreational use, which sparked an entirely new industry and had wide-ranging implications for nearly every facet of society, has been voted The Canadian Press business news story of the year.
Have some kids left on your shopping list? Here are some children's books that are sure to delight
Are you holiday shopping for kids who already have enough toys? A book may be a better option to delight, and even inspire, the young people in your life this holiday season.
Kingsbury caps incredible week with 2nd gold medal
After winning World Cup moguls gold on Saturday, Mikael Kingsbury won dual moguls gold on Sunday in Thaiwoo, China. Earlier in the week he won the 2018 Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada’s athlete of the year.
Watch World Cup luge from Lake Placid
Watch live action from the luge World Cup in Lake Placid.
Sidewalk Labs partners with Toronto groups to collect data for public life study
While the groups are welcoming the partnership with the firm, some Smart Cities researchers question why Sidewalk Labs never publicly discussed the project until after its completion.
Watch the FINA world short-course swim championships
Watch the semifinals and finals live streaming coverage of the world short-course swim championships in Hangzhou, China.
Kingsbury rules dual moguls to cap golden weekend in China
Canadian freestyle skier Mikaël Kingsbury extended his podium run to eight on the World Cup circuit with a victory in Sunday's dual mogul event in Thaiwoo, China.
Looking ahead to the 2019 federal election | Sunday Scrum
Now that the House is adjourned for 2018, where do the parties and leaders stand heading into the 2019 federal election?
FINA Short Course World Championships: Day 6
Catch all the action as the world's best swimmers compete in Hangzhou, China.
Canadian public libraries call for more access and better prices for e-books
Public libraries say international publishers are increasingly charging unfair prices and limiting access to e-books and e-audio books, despite a growing demand from patrons.
Doug Ford under fire over selection of Ontario's top cop | Sunday Scrum
Ron Taverner, longtime Toronto police superintendent and family friend of Ontario Premier Doug Ford, requested his appointment to be the next OPP commissioner be delayed pending a review from the province's integrity commissioner.
Missing Moncton man located, police say
A 40-year-old Moncton man who was reported missing last week has been located safe and sound.
Toronto harm reduction worker allegedly assaulted woman, injected her with unknown substance
Toronto police say a harm reduction worker has been charged after he allegedly assaulted a woman and injected her with an unknown substance over a period of several weeks.
Before they were icons: See Bryan Adams, Shania Twain, Anne Murray & Leonard Cohen's debuts
Bryan Adams wanted to be a rock 'n' roll hero. And some people said, ‘Well, that's not very Canadian. That's a little pushy.’ Watch now.
'It's crazy for sure': Drivers ignore Bayside Drive school area
On any given week day transports, delivery vehicles and all manner of motorists buzz along Saint John's five-lane Bayside Drive, often averaging 55 to 60 kilometres an hour through a school zone.
Law Professor breaks down the legal process the two Canadians detained in China may have to contend with
University of Toronto Assistant Professor of law and sociology, Sida Liu, speaks with CBC News Network's John Nortchott about the legal challenges the two Canadians detained in China could face as Canada pushes for their release.