Incumbents defeated in Carleton Place, Cornwall, Hawkesbury
Here's who won the 2018 municipal elections in 10 communities around Ottawa.
Number of women on Ottawa city council nearly doubles
Though there were few female names on the ballot, many of those who ran won their seats — or came close.
Tonight CBC Asks: Should Saskatoon build its next arena downtown?
CBC is hosting a panel Tuesday night. Stream the event here starting at 7 p.m. CST.
Living Library 2018: Sarah Mann
Sarah Mann’s life hasn’t been easy. She grew up in southern Ontario in extreme poverty, often homeless and having little to eat. Her father was abusive and she ran away from home when she 13.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to appear on Metro Morning to discuss GTA, Ontario issues
One day after voters in the Greater Toronto Area elected their municipal leaders, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be on Metro Morning this morning at 8:10 a.m. to discuss the issues facing the region and province.
Flip that pot permit: Cannabis store in North Battleford changes owners on 2nd day
Jim Davey achieved a rare distinction last week when he became the first person to sell a cannabis retail permit in the province.
Vancouver pot smokers have mixed experiences after legalization
B.C. still only has one licensed cannabis store, leaving dozens of Vancouver shops in limbo, with customers patronizing those willing to work outside the new legal regime.
12 rarely seen images from New Brunswick weed history
Women hemp farmers. Reefer madness. Hippies. Richard Hatfield. And now, legalisation. These 12 images show how attitudes toward cannabis have changed over 200 years in New Brunswick.
Meet the 7 new faces around Ottawa's council table
Jim Watson sailed to a third term as mayor of Ottawa, but his council will have seven new faces, including more women.
Saint John councillors order demolition of former Fairport Motel
Saint John councillors have authorized the demolition of a long vacant west side motel despite a last-minute appeal from property owners.
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Early winter means early cross-country skiing in Labrador City
This is the earliest start for skiers at the Menihek Nordic ski club that they can remember, and they're definitely not complaining about it.
Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday
Everything you need to know to start your day.
Affordable housing top priority in Summerside mayoral debate
Summerside's three mayoral candidates squared off in a public debate at the Harbourfront Theatre Monday night.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch: A Guide To Life
For those of us who grew up living vicariously through the trials and tribulations of the Spellman family, Sabrina wasn’t a sitcom but a way of life.
Fire breaks out at Fredericton's Centennial Building overnight
Firefighters responded to a fire at the historic Centennial Building in downtown Fredericton early Tuesday morning.
Downtown Charlottetown looking for 'huge impact' from new library
Inspired by the success of the new central library in Halifax, Downtown Charlottetown Inc. has been leading a group making plans for a new library in the P.E.I. capital.
Ed Holder holds early lead as London's mayoral race, winners declared in 8 wards
No mayor elected on first ballot in London in historic ranked election. Counting continues on the second ballot at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Eisenberger wins Hamilton mayor's race over anti-LRT challenger Sgro
Fred Eisenberger was re-elected Mayor of Hamilton, defeating challenger Vito Sgro in what he called a de-facto referendum on the LRT. Burlington elected a new mayor, Marianne Meed Ward, defeating two-term mayor Rick Goldring. Niagara Falls elected Jim Diodati as Mayor.
Erdogan says Saudi team arrived day before Khashoggi's killing, consulate cameras removed
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan says there were strong signs that the killing of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was planned and that he was killed in a "savage way."
Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Oct. 23
Follow live traffic updates during Ottawa Morning from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and All In A Day from 3 to 6 p.m.
Cool temperatures on Tuesday with a chance of rain
It will be marginally less chilly today, but with mainly cloudy skies, a cool east-northeast breeze and a few showers in the area.
'I'm speechless': Peng You tops list of new councillors
There will be some new faces at the table in for the next term of Thunder Bay City Council, with five newcomers elected Monday night.
Nearly half of school trustees in Manitoba won seats by default in advance of upcoming election
Nearly half of all school Trustee seats across Manitoba's 37 school divisions have already been won, even though province-wide school board elections won't happen until later this week.
Students cast ballots for mayors in Waterloo region, Guelph
Students from across Waterloo region and in Guelph cast ballots as part of a mock municipal election set up by the organization CIVIX.