Appa & Umma face a moral dilemma when they accidentally damage a friend's car
And, Jung worries his birthday greeting to Shannon might give her the wrong idea. Watch now.
Inverness County backs Northern Pulp's bid to extend deadline
Inverness County council will be urging Premier Stephen McNeil to accept Northern Pulp's request for a one-year extension to construct its new treatment facility.
Joe Zee & Chuck Comeau on the pain of leaving home
The Canada Reads 2019 panellists talk about the heartache refugees feel when leaving home behind.
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Small increase for Sask. domestic violence shelters 'a nice token': advocate
'One per cent is a nice token,' said Jo-Anne Dusel, the executive director of the Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan. She also said shelters are struggling to keep up with demand and the rising cost of living.
City of Summerside aims to tackle drug issues with information session
The city of Summerside is trying to tackle the use of drugs in the city. City council has organized an information session to give residents the opportunity to learn what the issues are and options to get help.
Committee wants few restrictions on Uber and other ride-hailing companies
An all-party committee is examining ride-hailing regulations in British Columbia. It recommends few restrictions when it comes to boundaries, fares, and supplies of vehicles and drivers. But Transportation Minister Claire Trevena is staying firm with a Class 4 requirement because it provides more safety for passengers.
'Trying to cross the street': Family of cyclist killed by truck wants safer streets
When Herman Ohrt got on his bike to ride to a medical appointment last August, he thought it was just the start of his day.
'It will take care of itself': mixed reactions about potential measles in Chatham-Kent
People in Chatham-Kent have been phoning their health unit about immunization records since a 'probable' case of measles surfaced in the region. Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is waiting for lab confirmation — expected by the end of the week. Public health nurse Linda Snobelen said people don't need to be overly concerned unless they were at potential exposure locations.
Liberals block new SNC-Lavalin ethics probe as Trudeau insists his team is 'more united than ever'
Liberals MPs have voted down an opposition motion to launch a new Commons ethics committee probe into the SNC-Lavalin affair.
Trucker faces stiff penalties for following too closely
A truck driver has lost his licence and his truck for seven days for allegedly following another trucker too closely. It happened Sunday afternoon in Thames Centre, east of London.
Joshua Boyle's 911 call played at his assault trial
The 911 call Joshua Boyle made to Ottawa police in December 2017, alleging the former hostage's wife was threatening to end her life, was played in a packed courtroom Tuesday on the second day of his trial.
As hopes for Regina NFL game fade, Riders statement says team wasn't opposed
It doesn't look like an NFL pre-season game proposed for Mosaic Stadium in Regina this summer will happen after all.
Anita Bathe and Lien Yeung celebrate the best of the Vancouver food scene
Join Anita Bathe and Lien Yeung and connect with the restaurant community at the Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards - an event that’s sure to satisfy the foodie in you!
MMA star Conor McGregor announces sudden retirement amid reports of sexual assault allegation
UFC superstar Conor McGregor announced his retirement on social media Monday night, abruptly ending his remarkable fighting career.
MPP Randy Hillier taking complaints to integrity commissioner
Eastern Ontario MPP Randy Hillier says he has taken concerns about illegal lobbying to the province’s integrity commissioner and that there is a culture of "fear and intimidation" inside Premier Doug Ford’s government.
Canada Reads: Day Two - Watch the replay
During an engrossing and spirited second round of Canada's annual battle of the books, the panellists talked about writing, setting and the literary themes of empathy, forgiveness and human spirit — with the ensuing debates leading to a tense final vote.
Police identify victim of shooting at Whyte Avenue-area bar
Edmonton police have released the name of a man killed in a shooting at a Whyte Avenue-area bar early Sunday.
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Sask. education minister says he may revisit Cornwall School budget cut
It may not be the end after all for a Regina alternative school that was a victim of provincial budget cuts.
Why the Blue Jays could make the playoffs — but probably won't
Last season, the Blue Jays were old and slow, unathletic and limited — both at the plate and in the field. In 2019, Toronto is turning its roster over to a younger group of players. Could that change pay off with a playoff berth?
Canadian emergency medical workers rush to Mozambique
A Canadian team of Red Cross medical responders is headed into the heart of a humanitarian crisis in Mozambique after a cyclone devastated the country and surrounding southern African nations.
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