Carrie, Chris and Keith steal the show at the Country Music Awards
Chris Stapleton was the big winner but Carrie Underwood and her unborn baby stole the limelight at the Country Music Association (CMA) awards on Wednesday.
SUV driver seriously hurt after crash with Saskatoon school bus
The driver of an SUV was taken to hospital after a serious crash involving a school bus in Sasktoon Thursday morning.
China scolds Canada and other diplomats over Muslim rights letter
China has scolded Canada and other diplomats for writing a letter expressing concerns about the mass incarceration of Muslim Uighurs in re-education camps in China's northwest. China says the diplomats should not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries.
Hockey Night in Canada podcast: Jayna Hefford, Brian Burke on everything Hall of Fame
In this week's episode of the Hockey Night in Canada podcast we take a look at the 2018 HHOF induction class. Rob is joined by Jayna Hefford, while Sophia Jurksztowicz chats with HHOF selection committee member Brian Burke in this week's edition of Ice Level.
CBC Sing-In 2018: How to get tickets
Tickets to the 2018 CBC Sing-In will be available on Nov. 24 as of noon sharp on the Eventbrite website. This will be the only day that they will be released and we expect that they will go very quickly. Here's a guide to help you through the process.
Tree celebrated in Oxford before being gifted to Boston
Nova Scotia's annual ritual of making a celebrity out of a tree begins today in Oxford. The huge Christmas tree is meant to show gratitude for the help Bostonians provided after the devastating Halifax Explosion 101 years ago.
Average Canadian house worth $496,800 last month, down 1.5% in past year
Canadian home sales fell in October, as the number of transactions dropped in more than half of all local markets led by dips in Montreal, Edmonton and the Hamilton-Burlington, Ont., area.
Trudeau expresses concern over possible return of Rohingya to Myanmar
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’s worried about a proposed repatriation of Rohingya refugees back to Myanmar, the very country they fled citing rape and murder.
Nowhere to go: Moncton homeless sleep on abandoned porches, in backyard tents
If you drive through Moncton's downtown neighbourhoods, you don't have to look far to find old homes with boarded up windows and doors.
#MeToo movement spurs small uptick in Sask. police-reported sexual assaults
A study by Statistics Canada saw an increase in police-reported sexual assaults in the months immediately following the viral #MeToo movement. Saskatchewan saw a one per cent increase, the lowest of any province.
Kremlin critic Navalny was political prisoner, says European court
The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Thursday that Russia's repeated arrests and detention of opposition leader Alexei Navalny were politically motivated and breached his human rights, a decision certain to displease the Kremlin.
Police update investigation into killing of 3 people from Six Nations
Police and a member of the Six Nations Community will provide an update today on the investigation into the deaths of one woman and two men whose bodies were found in a truck near London, Ont., earlier this month.
Regina mayor defends city council pay raise, cites disappearing tax exemption
Regina mayor Michael Fougere is defending a proposed pay raise to city council after the motion was passed in Wednesday's executive committee meeting.
Old Trinity United Church fire in downtown Kitchener suspicious: fire officials
Fire crews have extinguished the fire at the former Trinity United Church in downtown Kitchener, and are calling the incident "suspicious."
Brian Gallant says he'll resign as Liberal Party leader
Brian Gallant has announced his intention to resign as leader of the New Brunswick Liberal Party as soon as a new leader can be chosen.
Saudi prosecutor seeks death penalty in Khashoggi killing
Saudi Arabia's top prosecutor announced Thursday he has recommended the death penalty for five people charged with ordering and carrying out the killing of dissident Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Florida Begins Vote Recounts
Florida began its statewide vote recount in on Saturday after authorities found that the votes for several races were just too close to call. We take a closer look at what it all means with Dave Levinthal from the Center for Public Integrity.
(Live at 10:30 am ET) Championship Figure Skating on CBC: Grand Prix of Russia - Pair's Short Program
Pair's short program. From the Megasport Sport Palace in Moscow, Russia.
It wasn't the G7 before Canada joined it
Forty-three years ago, the forerunner to the Group of Seven had only six member nations and Canada wasn't one of them.
Rehabbed raptor starts new chapter at 'world's largest gathering of eagles'
It’s first few flaps were a little unsteady, but nevertheless, a bald eagle is flying free again after healing from serious injuries.
The Trudeau family history you didn't know: 'Singaporean blood'
It's well known that Justin Trudeau's father Pierre was Canada's 15th prime minister. But there are governing genes on his mother's side of the family tree too: he just had to cross the Pacific Ocean to find their roots.
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Leduc RCMP respond to firearms-related incident
Alberta RCMP are asking residents to avoid certain areas of a west Leduc neighbourhood during a police operation this morning.
Family can't fill cannabis prescription since recreational use became legal
Annette Walker says cannabis oil has made a big difference for her daughter's chronic pain, but ever since it became legal to use it recreationally, she hasn't been able to get any.
Raped woman worries about man's sexsomnia defence
Seven years after she was raped by a stranger, an Ottawa-area woman is still seeking closure and waiting in trepidation for what justice could mete out.