No return date in sight for Hay River highrise residents

It is unknown when, if ever, residents of the Hay River highrise will be able to return home after an apartment unit erupted in flames on Friday. "I don't even know if people will get back into this building," said Wally Schumann, minister of infrastructure and MLA for Hay River South, at a meeting for evacuees Sunday night. "A lot of it's going to be on the owner of this building and how he decides to address this thing."
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Watch 2019 U Sports & Canadian College Curling Championships

Watch live action from the 2019 U Sports and Canadian College Curling Championships in Fredericton.

Temporary daytime closure of Yellowknife Bay snow castle starts Tuesday

Yellowknife's snow castle will face temporary daytime closures starting on Tuesday. In a news release Monday, organizers of Snowking's Winter Festival said unseasonably warm weather has necessitated a closure during the castle's regular daytime hours of 12-5 p.m. The closure is meant to protect the snow when it is soft.

Health authority pleads with nursing homes to help lessen ER overload

A top Nova Scotia Health Authority executive met with nursing home administrators from the Halifax-area last week to ask them to do more to help reduce ambulance offload times and emergency department overcrowding. 

YYC construction will bring short-term delays for long-term gains, CEO says

Calgary International Airport has opened a new runway and cut the ribbon on a new international terminal, doubling the size of the entire facility. The changes will keep on coming.

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'It doesn't feel human': Students angered by U of T practice of not acknowledging campus suicides

Dozens of students demanded action outside the halls of power at the University of Toronto Monday, calling on the school to acknowledge what they say is a mental health crisis on campus following a suicide Saturday.

(Live at 8:30 pm ET) 2019 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships on CBC - Match 2

Match 2 of Mixed Doubles Curling from Willie O'Ree Place in Fredericton, NB.

Liberals on justice committee say it's time to end SNC-Lavalin probe

Liberal MPs on the Commons Justice committee say their work is done and any further examination of the SNC-Lavalin affair should be left to the conflict of interest and ethics commissioner. Opposition leaders say the Liberals are trying to hide the truth from Canadians.

Alphonso Davies doubtful for Canada game in Vancouver

Canada will be without injured captain Scott Arfield and veteran Will Johnson and it doesn't look like teenage phenom Alphonso Davies will be available either for Sunday's game against French Guiana in CONCACAF Nations League qualifying play.

Mother, child seriously hurt after crash near elementary school

A mother and her child, both new Canadians, were hit by a car while crossing Isabel Street around noon near Dufferin School on Monday. 

Place 'dangerous' far-right group on terror list, Alberta Muslim council urges Ottawa

The Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council has called on the federal government to list Three Percenters as a terrorist group and allocate funds to address far-right extremism.

Olivia's daughter drops out of med school and crash-lands back at home

Meanwhile, Mina takes on a troublesome client who keeps making things worse for himself, and Adam responds to a desperate call from his mother. Watch now.

Canada's Carey rebounds with 7-6 win over Finland at women's curling worlds

Canada's Chelsea Carey recovered from a loss to Japan to post a 7-6 win over Finland on Monday at the world women's curling championships.

Man shot at Surrey park arrested on outstanding warrants

Police say a man who was injured in a shooting at a Surrey park on Sunday has been arrested on outstanding warrants for his arrest.

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Tires slashed on more than a dozen vehicles in Whitehorse

RCMP say tires were slashed along Sixth Avenue, and near Third Avenue and Wood Street.

Greens critical of Liberal promise for high-speed internet in rural P.E.I.

P.E.I.'s Green Party leader Peter Bevan-Baker and the NDP are weighing in on the provincial and federal government's promise to bring high-speed internet to more rural areas on the Island.

Temporary daytime closure of Yellowknife Bay snow castle starts Tuesday

Despite daytime closures, evening events expected to happen on schedule this week.

Pentagon sends Congress list of military projects that could be cut to fund Trump's wall

The U.S. Pentagon sent a 20-page list of military construction projects to Congress Monday as lawmakers tried to figure out which might be cut to pay for President Donald Trump's wall along the U.S.-Mexican border.

2 community groups taking over 4 Manitoba Housing properties

Tenants at four Manitoba Housing properties will soon have a new landlord once the Crown corporation transfers day-to-day management to two community groups.

Former Alberta UCP candidate who helped execute kamikaze campaign asks for judicial inquiry into Kenney's role

A former United Conservative Party candidate who said he collaborated on a "kamikaze" campaign to tank Brian Jean and ensure Jason Kenney's success in the party's 2017 leadership race is calling for a judicial inquiry into the situation.

SGI looks to collect data about impaired driving through study

SGI wants to hire a research team that would conduct a voluntary and anonymous roadside survey to collect information on impaired driving in Saskatchewan.