Two faces, two sides of new coin celebrating LGBTQ equality

Two faces, two sides of new coin celebrating LGBTQ equality

Province increasingly relying on private nurses to fill gaps, document shows

Winnipeg hospitals, personal care homes and health care agencies increasingly hiring nurses from private agencies to fill gaps in the system, according to a document obtained by the Manitoba NDP through a freedom of information request.

Edmonton police investigate homicide of 20-year-old man

Police are investigating the death of a 20-year-old man whose body was found near Vegreville, Alta. after a significant amount of his blood was found in Edmonton.

Raptors take care of business with series-clinching rout of Magic

The Toronto Raptors dispatched the Orlando Magic in record time, checking the first box of what the team hopes is a long playoff run.

76ers crush Nets to set up 2nd-round showdown with Raptors

The Philadelphia 76ers flexed their offensive muscle from the opening tip to beat the Brooklyn Nets 120-100 on Tuesday night and close out their Eastern Conference playoff series in five games.

PC minority, Green Opposition will be 'a new era in Island politics'

With all the votes counted, P.E.I. Progressive Conservative Party under rookie Leader Dennis King emerged victorious in Tuesday's election by a narrow margin — after 12 years as the Official Opposition, the party won in 12 districts to the Greens' eight and the Liberals' six. Fourteen seats are needed for a majority.

Canada's mixed doubles team stays unbeaten at worlds

Canada's Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant improved to 5-0 at the world mixed doubles curling championship with a 7-6 win over Sweden on Tuesday.

PEI Votes: CBC projects PC minority government as Greens surge

CBC is projecting the Progressive Conservatives will form a minority government in PEI following the provincial election, while the Green surges to a strong showing.

Toronto van attack victims remembered in vigil one year later

The 10 people killed in a van attack in Toronto one year ago were remembered with a special vigil on Yonge Street.

Flooding in Que. could get worse as residents remain in waterlogged NB homes

Flooding in Quebec could worsen this week, while this season’s floodwaters are already expected to equal or surpass last year’s record-breaking levels.

We can work from anywhere, but telecommuting carries its own risks

You might see working at home as a nice change from office life, but telecommuting carries its own mental health risks.

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh claims he was sexually abused as a child

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has claimed in a new memoir that he was sexually abused by his taekwondo coach when he was 10.

2018 Toronto van attack aftermath has brought neighbourhood closer together

One year after the van attack that left 10 people dead, grief and strength in the face of tragedy have brought the Willowdale neighbourhood closer together.

ISIS's claim of responsibility for Sri Lanka Easter bombings not yet verified

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Easter bombings that have left over 320 dead in Sri Lanka, but those claims have not yet been verified.

Another tourist falls to her death at Grand Canyon

A woman in her 70s fell to her death at the Grand Canyon Tuesday.

Jays' rally falls short against Giants in Kevin Pillar's return to Toronto

The Toronto Blue Jays' comeback fell short against the San Francisco Giants. The Giants edged the Jays 7-6.

Pillar gets standing O, RBI, as Giants edge Blue Jays

Joe Panik homered and drove in three runs, Kevin Pillar had an RBI in his return to Rogers Centre, and the San Francisco Giants held off a late Toronto comeback attempt to defeat the Blue Jays 7-6 on Tuesday in the opener of a two-game interleague series.

Nigeria makes history at world mixed doubles curling championships

For the first time in the history of curling, Nigeria is hitting the pebbled ice at a world curling championship.

CBC Saskatchewan News April 23, 2019

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina

Game Wrap: Raptors dominate Magic to clinch series

Toronto defeats Orlando 115-96, wins an opening-round playoff series in 5 games for the first time in franchise history.

Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada: Jets vs. Blues Game 6

Watch live on television and online as the Winnipeg Jets face the St. Louis Blues in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night on Canada.

Liberal Leader Wade MacLauchlan loses seat

Liberal Leader Wade MacLauchlan has lost his seat in District 8 Stanhope-Marshfield.

They were best friends, then pen pals — until one day, the letters stopped

Nearly 30 years later, Jessica Stuart returns to Japan to try & solve the mystery of her long-lost friend, Fukue. Watch now.

Kim Jong-un arrives in Russia for Thursday meeting with Vladimir Putin

A Kremlin adviser says that President Vladimir Putin will meet the North Korean leader in Russia's Far East on Thursday.

History repeats itself as Leafs eliminated by Bruins yet again

The Toronto Maple Leafs are out of the playoffs after a 4-1 loss to the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of their first-round series.