Ezra Avenue St. Patrick's Day party biggest ever, say police

Approximately 33,000 people flooded Ezra and Bricker Avenues on Sunday, making 2019 the largest unsanctioned St. Patrick's Day party in the city's history.

5 books to read if you loved Brother by David Chariandy

Brother will be defended by Lisa Ray on Canada Reads 2019.

Russian pair Tarasova, Morozov take lead at figure skating worlds

Russia's Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov took a narrow lead after the pairs short program at the world figure skating championships in Saitama, Japan on Wednesday. 

Québec Solidaire replaces PQ as second opposition party

Québec Solidaire has officially overtaken the Parti Québécois as the second opposition party in the provincial legislature, the president of the National Assembly has announced. Québec Solidaire has 10 seats while the PQ has nine after an MNA left. The Quebec Liberal Party is the Official Opposition.

Cambridge girl laying on skateboard hit by car in parking lot

A Cambridge girl is recovering after she was hit by a car in a parking lot while riding a skateboard laying down, police say.

Mom tested positive for drugs, alcohol on night Kaden Young died: Court documents

The mother of three-year-old Kaden Young, who died after he was swept down the Grand River during flooding on Feb. 21, 2018, tested positive for Percocet, OxyContin, cocaine and alcohol that night, court documents say.

Watch 2019 Canadian mixed doubles curling championships

Watch live action from the 2019 Canadian mixed doubles curling championships in Fredericton.

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer: 'We stand ready'

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer responds to Tuesday's budget and says he stands ready to lead a government that 'lives within its means.'

TackleBar, a new version of football, aims to reduce sport's concussion risk

Football is still a popular youth sport across Ontario, but growing concern over the risk of serious brain injury is leading some parents to steer away from signing their kids up. Enter TackleBar.

Recipes perfect for Easter brunch

If Easter brunch is what’s on the menu after the egg-hunt, this is the perfect excuse to impress with an over-the-top, delicious meal!

Ottawa police officer cleared in fatal shooting

An Ottawa police officer who shot and killed a stabbing suspect outside a grocery store last year will not face charges, Ontario's police watchdog said Wednesday.
In Conversation

Why Canada Reads panellist and fashion guru Joe Zee believes reading a good book never goes out of style

The stylist and TV personality will defend Lindsay Wong's memoir The Woo-Woo on Canada Reads 2019.



Father of Ontario girl found safe after Amber Alert won't be charged, police say

No charges will be laid against the father of a five-year-old girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert on Tuesday, but was found safe in Markham, Ont., according to York Regional Police.

Canada's Nickeil Alexander-Walker wants to follow cousin into NBA — after 2nd chance at Dance

From Hamilton, Ont., to Hamilton Heights high school, Virginia Tech guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker almost always teamed up on the court with his cousin Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, now with the Los Angeles Clippers. Their next game will likely be against each other — in the NBA.

(Live at 12:00 pm ET) 2019 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships on CBC - Match 1

Match 1 of Mixed Doubles Curling from Willie O'Ree Place in Fredericton, NB.

'You shouldn't be at it': Anti-vaping display comes to Mount Pearl school

"People just think it makes them cool, I guess," says Grade 12 student Jacob Baker.

The past, present and future for sale at Villeray shop

At Passé Présent Futur shoppers can buy antiques from the past, clocks that mark the present and drones which might shape the future.

Teen charged for pointing gun at people in Ikea parking lot

A 17-year-old boy has been charged with numerous weapons offences after a woman and boy had a gun pointed at them in Winnipeg's Ikea parking lot.

Watch the eye-popping new trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

The film follows two actors trying to hit the Hollywood big time, and the Manson family murder of Sharon Tate

Bodies of missing West Kootenay teens found in reservoir

The two were riding in the back of a Volkswagen Beetle that drove off a winding road near Trail.

Female-run Okotoks space wants you to bliss out

A new space in Okotoks, Alta., houses a multitude of businesses that change based on the day of the week, but they all have one thing in common: they're run by women.  

Crucifix in Montreal's city council chambers will be removed, executive committee says

Major renovations are about to get underway at City Hall. The crucifix is being removed for the work, but will not be put back up when it is complete.

Québec Solidaire replaces PQ as second opposition party

François Paradis, the president of the National Assembly, announced the change Wednesday morning.

Pinch me: Barenaked Ladies get official day in Toronto

"Let's celebrate the music and cultural impact of one of Canada's most iconic bands!" exclaimed Mayor John Tory via Twitter.