Missing RNC firearm magazine found by member of the public, police say
The magazine fell out of an officer's belt as he was chasing a suspect in the Wedgewood Park area.
New Brunswick teenager driving stolen vehicle stopped by spike belt
Sûreté du Quebec used a spike belt to stop a New Brunswick teenager who was fleeing police in a stolen car.
Saskatoon police investigating after man shot
Officers were called to the 300 block of Pendygrasse Road early on Sunday morning.
Watch the Diamond League track & field event in Rabat
Watch action from the IAAF Diamond League track and field event in Rabat.
Road to the Olympic Games: Diamond League track and field from Rabat
Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly program spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On this week's edition of the program, watch coverage from the Diamond League track and field event in Rabat.
Majority of Canadians agree Indigenous women victims of 'genocide,' new poll suggests
Most Canadians agree that the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women amount to genocide, a new poll suggests. But the Leger poll also suggests there's disagreement about when it occurred and who is responsible.
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley June 16, 2019
China's plan to increase its global influence & the Burnaby mayor's pushback against the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Canada ends 7s season with Biarritz bronze
Canada's women's rugby sevens team will bring home bronze medals after beating Spain 19-14 on Sunday in Biarritz, France.
World Rugby Women's Sevens Series Biarritz: Bronze Medal Match - Canada vs. Spain
Watch Canada take on Spain in the bronze medal match of the World Rugby Sevens Series event in Biarritz, France.
Raptors head coach, players take questions after returning from NBA Finals win
Head coach Nick Nurse, centre Marc Gasol, point guard Fred VanVleet and forward Danny Green will take questions from the media at the Raptors' training facility.
World Rugby Women's Sevens Series Biarritz: Gold Medal Match - USA vs. New Zealand
Watch New Zealand take on the United States in the gold medal match of the World Rugby Sevens Series event in Biarritz, France.
Raptors return to Toronto for season-ending news conference LIVE
They're back: Raptors head coach Nick Nurse, players Marc Gasol, Danny Green and Fred VanVleet are taking questions during a season-ending news conference.
World Rugby Women's Sevens Series Biarritz: Canada vs. New Zealand
Watch Canada battle New Zealand in the Cup semifinals at the World Rugby Sevens Series in Biarritz, France.
World Rugby Women's Sevens Series Biarritz: Canada vs. France
Watch Canada face off with France at the World Rugby Sevens Series in Biarritz, France.
Escuminac disaster survivor remembers fateful day 60 years ago
Aldore McIntyre had just turned 17 when he went out on a fishing boat with his father and younger brother the day in 1959 a hurricane devastated the small port of Escuminac, N.B. The McIntyres survived, but 35 people died.
Call for national pharmacare plan | Sunday Scrum
An advisory council appointed by the Liberal government is recommending the establishment of a universal, single-payer public pharmacare system.
Andre De Grasse eyes another podium finish in Rabat
Canada's Andre De Grasse, appearing more confident following a couple of injury-marred seasons, will attempt a fifth individual podium finish of 2019 on Sunday in the 200 metres at a Diamond League meeting in Rabat, Morocco (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 2 p.m. ET).
Not dead yet: The wet beauty of Ocean Falls, B.C.
Calling it a town is a bit of a misnomer. There’s no mayor, there’s little government representation, but it wasn’t always that way. Ocean Falls was once a much bigger deal.
Coach charged after lacrosse referee assaulted at Orillia recreation centre
Provincial police say they've charged a coach after a lacrosse referee was allegedly assaulted in Orillia, Ont., on Friday night.
Carbon tax is not enough to meet reduction targets, PBO says | Sunday Scrum
Ottawa would have to levy an additional carbon tax worth as much as $50 a tonne on greenhouse gas emissions to achieve Canada's reduction targets, the parliamentary budget officer said in a report released this week.
RBC Training Ground | Whitehorse
RBC Training Ground travelled to the far reaches of the country to find Canada’s next Olympian.
Massive power outage hits Argentina and Uruguay
Argentina and Uruguay are scrambling to return power after a massive power failure hit large swaths of the South American countries.
WOMEN'S WORLD CUP
Thailand has reason to smile after debacle against U.S.
It was just a single goal, and it came in a 5-1 loss to Sweden on Sunday, but it was enough to briefly allow the Thai squad to celebrate following its tournament-opening 13-0 defeat at the hands of the United States at the Women's World Cup.
Nearly 2 million march against Hong Kong extradition bill, organizers say
As scores of people jammed the streets of Hong Kong today to protest a controversial proposed extradition law, the territory's China-backed government apologized over its handling of the legislation.
THE ROYAL FASCINATOR
What's really going on behind palace walls?
As much as there may be curiosity about what's really going on behind palace walls, specific insights into day-to-day machinations within the House of Windsor are rare. And Prince Philip marks his 98th birthday.