Brooke Henderson among athletes honoured at Canadian Sport Awards

Fresh off her historic performance at the CP Women's Open last month, Brooke Henderson was awarded the summer sport female athlete of the year at Thursday's Canadian Sport Awards.

'Lack of coordination' has left hundreds displaced 1 month after Parliament Street fire, councillor says

A Toronto councillor is arguing the city's "lack of coordination and communication" has left hundreds of residents displaced in community centres for a month since a six-alarm fire tore through a Parliament Street apartment tower.

Party leaders jockey for position in final debate of 2018 campaign

The third and final television debate of the Quebec election debate is proving to be the testiest, with all of the four leaders straying from the topic at hand to attack their opponents on every perceived weakness.

PC Leader Ches Crosbie wins Windsor Lake byelection

Tories take seat held by former Liberal cabinet minister Cathy Bennett.

Sept. 20: Slow and tense

Trade Minister Jim Carr on the state of NAFTA talks. Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. Plus, Canada's Amb. to the UN on Canada's quest for a seat at the UN Security Council.

Fire at Mississauga auto wrecker prompts evacuation of nearby businesses

Fire crews are working to extinguish a blaze that broke out inside an auto wrecking yard in Mississauga Thursday evening.

New council unlikely to overturn Vancouver's decision to allow duplexes

With Mayor Gregor Robertson and 70 per cent of councillors not seeking re-election and most parties not fielding a full slate of candidates, it's hard to make concrete pledges.

Canadiens' Max Domi suspended for remainder of pre-saison

Max Domi has been suspended for the remainder of Montreal's pre-season games by the NHL's Department of Player Safety for a sucker punch on Florida defenceman Aaron Ekblad Wednesday.

7 people arrested after drugs, firearms seized in west Saint John

Seven people were arrested by Saint John police after firearms and drugs were seized from two west-side homes on Thursday.

Kavanaugh accuser may testify under right conditions, lawyer says

Christine Blasey Ford would testify next week to the Senate about her accusation that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when both were high school students — but only under certain conditions, her attorney said.

Jurors hear of 'non-stop' harassment of woman in custody battle with ex-spouse who hired private investigators

After being followed, photographed and intimidated during a week-long visit with her daughter in Calgary, Shannon Peterson told jurors she feared for her safety.

Kavanaugh accuser wants to testify next week with fair terms and safety ensured

The woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of assault said she is prepared to testify before the Senate next week. The lawyer for Christine Ford told the judiciary committee, her client would appear on Monday but only if the terms are fair and her safety can be guaranteed.

Angels' Arcia 1st to catch, pitch and homer in same game

Los Angeles rookie catcher Francisco Arcia starts the game as the catcher, takes to the mound in the 8th inning then hits home run in 9th.

Angels' Arcia 1st to catch, pitch and homer in same game

Los Angeles rookie catcher Francisco Arcia starts the game as the catcher, takes to the mound in the 8th inning then hits home run in 9th.

London woman has son's ashes stolen

A London mother is distraught after the ashes of her deceased son were stolen from outside an east-end business on Dundas Street.

World Anti-Doping Agency votes to reinstate Russia

The World Anti-Doping Agency has reinstated Russia, ending a nearly three-year suspension caused by state-sponsored doping.

Police arrest Hamilton man in shooting deaths of mobster Angelo Musitano, Toronto woman

A Hamilton man is facing murder charges in the shooting deaths of mobster Angelo Musitano and Mila Barberi and two other suspects are now the subject of an international manhunt, police announced at a news conference Thursday morning.

CBC Saskatchewan News September 20, 2018

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina

CBC Calgary News September 20, 2018

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta

A minority Liberal government would partner with another party — but not any party

Four days from Monday’s election, the outcome is anything but clear — and the CBC New Brunswick poll tracker suggests the possibility of a minority government has increased slightly as the campaign has progressed.

CBC Edmonton News September 20, 2018

Stories that matter and analysis to make sense of what's happening

$75 per week on groceries? Tough but manageable, says Philippe Couillard

Philippe Couillard may have to eat his words after saying he thinks it's realistic to spend $75 per week on groceries for one adult and two teenage children.

CBC Northbeat September 20, 2018

Every weeknight, we take the pulse of the North and reflect its diversity

Secret report shows bus barns will drive Olympic costs higher if bid succeeds

Senior officials informed city council last week that the Olympics cost estimate provided by Calgary 2026 isn't the full bill.

RCMP investigating Whitehorse man's death as homicide

Yukon RCMP are investigating the death of a 39-year-old Whitehorse man as a homicide, following an autopsy on his body last week.