Projet Montréal wins RDP–PAT mayoral race as Ensemble Montréal retains Saint-Michel city council seat

Projet Montréal has picked up a borough mayor in the byelection to replace two politicians elected to the National Assembly.

Calgary councillors, plus the mayor, film videos promoting pro-pipeline rally

It's not often all 14 members of Calgary's city council, plus the mayor, agree on something. But Coun. Ward Sutherland said he and his colleagues have found common ground, spending part of their office budgets on a pro-pipeline rally and filming videos to promote the same message.

Short-handed Raptors go cold late, fall to West-leading Nuggets

Nikola Jokic scored 26 points, Jamal Murray had 15 of his 19 in the fourth quarter and the banged-up Denver Nuggets rallied past the equally banged-up Toronto Raptors 95-86 on Sunday night in a contest between conference leaders.

Regina police chief says Indigenous relations have 'come a long way' in Saskatchewan

Two decades ago, Saskatchewan's police services came under fire for bias and discrimination against Indigenous people. Sunday on Checkup, he reflected on what's changed — and what needs to be done.

Regina police chief says Indigenous relations have 'come a long way' in Saskatchewan

Two decades ago, Saskatchewan's police services came under fire for bias and discrimination against Indigenous people. Sunday on Checkup, he reflected on what's changed — and what needs to be done.

The worst ways to raise cash for your business

The worst ways to raise cash for your business

Jets power past Lightning in OT for 5th straight win

The Winnipeg Jets defeated the league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning 5-4 on Sunday. It was Winnipeg's third straight overtime victory (22-9-2) and extended their win streak to a season-high five games.

Born with only 2% of his brain, this boy defied the odds & grew it back

Even before Noah was born, doctors didn’t think he’d survive. Four years later, he’s thriving. And doctors are amazed at how he & his brain pulled through. Watch now.

Flames torch Blues as Gaudreau, Quine each score twice

Johnny Gaudreau and Alan Quine each scored twice, and the Calgary Flames beat the St. Louis Blues 7-2 on Sunday. The Flames have won eight of nine and lead the Western Conference with 46 points.

Vancouver mayor warns illegal pot shops to legalize or 'move along'

Vancouver's mayor says he's giving the city's 28 illegal cannabis dispensaries time to transition to after the B.C. Supreme Court ordered them to cease operations on Friday.

CBC Atlantic Tonight December 16, 2018

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

Brighter than Rudolph's nose — 'Christmas comet' zooms near Earth this month

On Saturday, stargazers gathered at Ambrose University in southwest Calgary to catch a glimpse of comet 46P/Wirtanen (named after Carl Wirtanen who discovered it in 1948).

Vancouver city council asks province to rescind real estate tax

Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart has sent a letter to Premier John Horgan asking the province to rescind a new tax on real estate even though Stewart supports the tax.

Community throws holiday party for displaced residents of 650 Parliament Street

Displaced residents from 650 Parliament Street were back together on Sunday, even if only for a few hours, for a community-organized holiday party.

"That's real hunger:" Seniors group inspired to help feed their own

One of Winnipeg’s newest food banks is working to help feed some of the city’s oldest residents.

'I hope they can hear us in Ottawa': 1,500 attend Alberta oilpatch rally

More than 600 vehicles, ranging from pickups to semis, convoyed through Grande Prairie in northwestern Alberta on Sunday as part of a rally supporting the province’s oil and gas industry.

Will Doug Ford's friend become Ontario's top cop?

CBC Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley says there's been pushback against the recent appointment of Ron Taverner, a friend of Ontario premier Doug Ford, to take over the provincial police force. Many worry Taverner's appointment could hurt the OPP's independence from political influence.

Benfeito, Imbeau-Dulac stand tall at diving winter nationals

Meaghan Benfeito survived a mistake on her final dive to win the women's 10-metre event, and Francois Imbeau-Dulac's consistency's carried him to victory in the men's three-metre final at the winter nationals diving competition on Sunday.
Harvesting Hope

Winnipeg Harvest school breakfast program helps feed kids on weekends; Harvesting Hope raises $76,360 so far

Hunger doesn't take a break on the weekend so Winnipeg Harvest is testing something new this year in a school, called Breakfast2Go.

Environmental activists frustrated COP24 deal not strong enough

Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna and environmental activists are emphasizing that more action is needed to combat climate change despite a recent deal reached by countries at a UN climate summit.

#KokumScarfCampaign comes to Winnipeg

The Forks became a backdrop Sunday for an ongoing social media campaign and photo contest started in Saskatchewan with the goal of empowering Indigenous women.

Merritt, B.C. man returns to public lake for first time since Supreme Court ruling

Gwen Finnigan was only two-and-a-half years old when she became the impromptu poster child for the campaign to gain access to Stoney and Minnie fishing lakes.

25 unique gift ideas for the impossible to buy for guy

Our men's style expert set out to prove to his wife he's not hard to shop for at all!

Watch the Grand Slam of Curling: The National

Watch coverage from the Grand Slam of Curling: The National featuring the men's final from Conception Bay South, NL.

How to throw a holiday party that's stress-free but still special

Eschew decorations and serve… sandwiches? Unexpected hosting tips from Canadians who know