After honouring 99 men, McGill medical building recognizes pioneer Maude Abbott

Medical pioneer Maude Abbott is taking her rightful place among the men in McGill's history.

DeRozan gets the love in return to Toronto but Raptors get the win

Kawhi Leonard played spoiler on DeMar DeRozan's emotional return to Toronto on Friday. Leonard, who was acquired in the blockbuster trade last summer that sent DeRozan to the Spurs, scored 25 points, including a breakaway dunk after a steal off DeRozan with 15 seconds on the clock, and the Raptors held on to beat San Antonio 120-117.

Canada's Auger-Aliassime cruises to semis at Rio Open

Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime defeated Jaume Munar of Spain 6-4, 6-3 in the quarter-finals of the Rio Open on Friday to reach the semis at an ATP tournament for the first time in his young career.

McGill medical building recognizes pioneer Maude Abbott

Medical pioneer Maude Abbott is being recognized with a plaque at McGill University.

Game Wrap: DeRozan goes head-to-head with Leonard in Toronto return

Toronto showed DeMar DeRozan plenty of love in his return, but the Raptors picked up a 120-117 win over the Spurs.

Chicago police arrest singer R. Kelly on sexual abuse charges

R&B star R. Kelly was taken into custody after arriving Friday night at a Chicago police precinct, hours after authorities announced multiple charges of aggravated sexual abuse involving four victims, including at least three between the ages of 13 and 17.

Is this the worst crosswalk in Vancouver?

A Vancouver man recorded a video of the busy intersection at Homer and Cordova Streets in Gastown and posted it to Twitter. The city responded.

'I just wanna die,' distraught Lisa Batstone told police after killing her daughter

A B.C. court has released an RCMP interview with Lisa Batstone on the day her daughter was killed. It reveals her fears and state of mind and was a critical piece of evidence for both the Crown and defence in Batstone's trial.

Matt Duchene's Blue Jackets shut out Senators just hours after trade

Sergei Bobrovsky made 22 saves as Matt Duchene and the Columbus Blue Jackets blanked the Ottawa Senators 3-0 on Friday.

Tensions mount in Venezuela amid rival aid shipments

Heightened tensions in Venezuela have left one woman dead and a dozen injured near the border with Brazil. This as President Nicolas Maduro vows not to accept any foreign aid, because whoever can feed the people may get to lead the people. That means thwarting not just his opposition in the country, but also those poised just outside offering bread and circuses.

The Alberta band spreading the pro-pipeline message through music

The National Energy Board gave the green light, again, to the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion, saying it's in the public interest to get this pipeline built. It's a popular sentiment in Alberta, where many are counting on it to breathe new life into a hurting economy. Including a bluegrass band who have written a pro-pipeline anthem.

Oscars' identity crisis and the impact of an allegedly staged attack | The Pop Panel

With Oscar weekend fast approaching, the pop panel talks Oscar picks and if the Academy Awards are in the middle of an identity crisis. Plus, he's made headlines around the world, so will there be a lasting impact from Jussie Smollett's alleged staged attack?

Canada's Selena Sturmay into semis at world junior curling championship

Canada's Selena Sturmay has advanced to the semifinals at the world junior curling championships.

CBC Atlantic Tonight February 22, 2019

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Raptors honour DeRozan in his return to Toronto

Former Raptor DeMar DeRozan was honoured with a video tribute in the first quarter of Friday's game against San Antonio.

Winnipeg wheelchair user accuses Sunwing of discrimination after handi-van charge in Cuba

Darek Michno booked his first trip ever this winter hoping to catch some rays in sunny Cuba, but the Winnipeg wheelchair-user says he was caught off guard when he arrived and was forced to shell out for accessible transportation from the airport.

The controversy behind awards season campaigns

The Oscars may be a few days away, but the race to capture a Best Picture award has been going for months. Two films in particular — Green Book and Bohemian Rhapsody — are facing trying circumstances as they attempt to separate themselves from the controversies popping up around them.

As bishops meet at Vatican summit, nuns gather in Rome to share survival stories

A group of nuns is among dozens of survivors of abuse by clergy who've travelled to a historic Papal summit at the Vatican. They see this as an opportunity of a lifetime in the making, and are anxious to be part of a defining moment for the Church after decades of scandals and cover-ups.

Trans Mountain opponents vow to dig in following NEB approval

The federal Liberal government cleared another hurdle standing in the way of constructing the $7.4 billion expansion to the Trans Mountain pipeline system. It's secured new regulatory approvals from the National Energy Board. Opponents of the hotly contested pipeline, however, aren't giving up quite yet.

NEB renews Trans Mountain pipeline approval, supporters not sold yet

The National Energy Board has reiterated its approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. It's given 16 new recommendations designed to better protect marine life on the B.C. coast. So is this a done deal? Supporters of the project aren't holding their breath.

Defending champ Jones misses out as 4 teams left fighting for Scotties title

The new Scotties Tournament of Hearts format is not for the faint of heart.

This woman's retirement plan? Invite 4 strangers to move in with her

Bev is a 72-year-old widow who was tired of coming home to an empty house, so she came up with an alternative. Watch now.

2 house fires break out in Iqaluit in 24 hours, no injuries reported

Firefighters endured frigid temperatures to battle two house fires that broke out in Iqaluit between Thursday evening and Friday afternoon. One home was completely destroyed, the other has smoke and water damage.

Rewriting Oscar history: Here are the best pictures that never won Best Picture

Film critics Radheyan Simonpillai and Norm Wilner take us through some of the Academy's most egregious Best Picture snubs — and tell us which films they would have picked instead.

This woman's retirement plan? Invite 4 strangers to move in with her

Bev is a 72-year-old widow who was tired of coming home to an empty house, so she came up with an alternative. Watch now.