Raptors roll to win, head home with chance to close out Magic

In the span of 73 seconds in the first quarter on Sunday, Kawhi Leonard scored on a driving dunk, a driving layup, and a two-foot dunk on a hand-off from Marc Gasol.

Dog rescued from Corydon area house fire

No injuries have been reported after a fire tore through a Corydon neighbourhood home Sunday.

Stanley Cup playoffs schedule and TV info

Watch the action live on CBC TV or streamed through and the CBC Sports app.

Spring powwow marks its 41st year

Spring is here across the country—and that means powwow season. The First Nations University of Canada event is billed as one of the biggest cultural celebrations in western Canada.

3 in critical following incident at pool in west Winnipeg

Winnipeg police say three people were taken to hospital in critical condition Sunday following an incident at a pool in Winnipeg’s Courts of St. James.

Cowichan Tribes could take land and resource control back from Ottawa

The Cowichan Tribes, located north of Victoria, B.C., want more economic opportunities. If band members vote in favour of a land code they will no longer need the federal government's approval for land-use decisions.

Game Wrap: Kawhi Leonard stars as Raptors cruise over Magic in Game 4

Leonard had a game-high 34 points as the Toronto Raptors beat the Orlando Magic 107-85 to take a 3-1 series lead. The Raptors can close out the series in Game 5 at home on Tuesday.

What ideas do you have to make recycling easier?

Saving the planet from all kinds of pollution has become an unrelenting mission. But, decades after the birth of recycling, many are still confused with the dizzying array of symbols.

How 3 Canadians are finding a second life for everything from socks to toasters

From repair cafés to recycling drives, callers to Cross Country Checkup explained how they're diverting waste from landfills.

Earth: One Amazing Day — An astonishing look at our planet

Over a single day, witness the planet like never before. From the highest mountains to the remotest islands, you’ll see moments in the wild you’ll never forget. Watch now.

CBC Atlantic Tonight April 21, 2019

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

8 years in limbo, Winnipeg family waits for a kidney

Blair Waldvogel has been on dialysis and waiting for a kidney transplant for more than eight years. Find out how it's affected his whole family, and what they dream of doing once he finally get the call they've all been waiting for.

How a deck of cards earns one restaurant lineups out the door

Most businesses hope good products and excellent service are enough to encourage positive recommendations. But the smartest companies actually have strategies to ignite word-of-mouth chatter. It’s the oldest form of advertising, but it’s the most effective by far.

Where to eat with just 48 hours in these great Canadian locales — according to the chefs!

Where to eat with just 48 hours in these great Canadian locales — according to the chefs!

Swimsuit-clad performers turn Vancouver sidewalk into beach

A playful piece of performance art, intended to draw attention to climate change, appeared in downtown Vancouver on Sunday.
From the Archives

'We're still here': Musqueam elder reflects 30 years after Pacific Spirit Park protest

The urban park, founded on unceded territory, was created 30 years ago amid protest from the Musqueam.

Musqueam protest at Pacific Spirit Regional Park

In this story from April 23, 1989, CBC reporter Bill Amos covers the protest of the creation of Pacific Spirit Regional Park.

'We are resilient': Pontiac braces for 5th natural disaster since 2017

Volunteers and soldiers rushed to get sandbags into the hands of Pontiac, Que., residents Sunday as the western Quebec community braced for yet another natural disaster.

Natural disasters taking a toll, says Pontiac mayor


Blue Jays lose another starter, win another game against A's

Justin Smoak got thrown out on a wild sequence that began with another sensational play by Oakland centre fielder Ramon Laureano, but wound up with four hits as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Athletics 5-4 Sunday for a three-game sweep.

'People are quite nervous': Cumberland residents brace for rising waters

The rural Ottawa community came together Saturday in an attempt to stave off the rising waters of the Ottawa River — and prevent another disaster

Volunteers in Cumberland help protect homes threatened by floods

Blame the signs: When recycling is confusing, we avoid it

When you have to go out of your way to recycle, or the process is just too confusing, we're less likely to make an effort. University of British Columbia psychology professor Jiaying Zhao says simple changes could make being green easier.

Ukraine's Poroshenko concedes defeat to comedian rival Zelenskiy in presidential vote

A comedian whose only political experience consists of playing a president on TV appeared poised to reprise the role in real life when an exit poll showed him winning Ukraine's presidential runoff Sunday in a landslide.

At least 17 killed in Colombia landslide

At least 17 people have been killed and five injured in a landslide in the southwestern Colombian province of Cauca, the country's disaster relief agency said on Sunday.