Refugees helping refugees: how newcomers are empowering one another

Across Canada - in classrooms and corner shops and mosque basements, there are countless stories of refugees helping refugees.

TSX moves lower after Friday's steep slide

Investors were taking a cautious approach on Monday after Friday’s steep slide in stock indexes, with shares down in Toronto and mixed in New York.

Ottawa Lions coach, chair suspended by Athletics Canada

Ottawa Lions track and field club coach Andy McInnis and chair Ken Porter have been suspended as part of an ongoing sexual harassment investigation, Athletics Canada announced Monday.

How a new program changed 911 calls on P.E.I.

Island 911 dispatchers say a new program has completely changed the way they do their job and it's allowed them to help people in medical emergencies before an ambulance arrives.
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B.C. government to make LNG announcement

Finance Minister Carole James says she is providing an update Monday at 2:35 p.m. PT on LNG investment in B.C.

Search underway for missing man in Kentville

Dozens of people are looking for Joshawa Bentley. The 29-year-old man from Aylesford, N.S., was last spotted Saturday night in Kentville.

Notable Russian visits Donald Trump at White House

President Donald Trump welcomed the reigning NHL champion Washington Capitals to the Oval Office at the White House on Monday to congratulate them for winning the Stanley Cup in June.

How to watch the Polaris Music Prize tonight

With the Polaris Music Prize coming up on Sept. 18, here's everything you need to know about the music award.

Festival Inspire seeks Moncton artists but finds greater interest around world

Festival Inspire is hoping to attract some local artists to paint murals during the summertime event in Moncton. It put out a call for muralists and received 100 applications from around the world.

'They opened their door to me': Edward Snowden describes how he hid in the homes of refugees

The U.S. whistleblower says a group of refugees living in poverty welcomed him while he was trying to evade arrest on the streets of Hong Kong.

(Live at 5:00 pm ET) 2019 Canadian Senior Curling Championships: Women's Championship Pool - Match 1

Match 1 of Women's Senior Curling from the Chilliwack Curling and Community Centre in Chilliwack, BC.

Michael Avenatti arrested in New York, also facing fraud charges in California

Prominent American lawyer Michael Avenatti is facing criminal charges on both U.S. coasts. Avenatti is most famous for representing adult film star Stormy Daniels in her legal battles with Donald Trump. He is being accused of bank fraud, wire fraud and trying to extort Nike.

Your genome could help medical research. It could also be a privacy nightmare

More than 26 million people have already had home DNA tests. As the databases of people's genomes grows, who should own that data and how can we harness the potential of genomics for research, while protecting individual privacy?

Meet the man who maintains one of Canada's longest winter roads

Mickey Hempler has kept drivers safe on a remote northern winter road for two decades — but he won't be around forever.

N.W.T. Métis leaders doubt they'll be able to access $30M to honour Métis vets

The presidents of the N.W.T.'s two Métis political organizations say they're doubtful they'll be able to access the $30 million meant to commemorate Métis veterans. But the president of the Métis National Council says otherwise.

Public school teachers, principals to be banned from wearing religious symbols

Sources have told Radio-Canada the provincial government's secularism bill, expected to be tabled this week, will go further than was initially expected.

Apple unveils streaming service 'Apple TV Plus'

Netflix may need to start looking over its shoulder. It's getting more big-name competition. Apple is joining the fray with its new streaming platform called 'Apple TV Plus.' The service will offer exclusive content from people like Oprah, Spielberg and J.J. Abrams.

Sex offender in Brampton under strictest possible restrictions, public safety minister says

Canada's public safety minister is offering reassurances to a community pushing back against the release of a sex offender convicted of crimes against young children.

Canada grants asylum to family who helped Edward Snowden

Vanessa Rodel and her seven-year-old daughter housed Edward Snowden in Hong Kong when he was on the run from authorities in 2013. Now, they have been granted refugee status in Canada.

Lansdowne $8M in the red despite Grey Cup, NHL game

The Lansdowne Park partnership between the city and Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) ended 2017 nearly $8 million in the red, despite hosting such high-profile events as the Grey Cup and an outdoor NHL game.

What you need to know about recent salmonella outbreaks in Canada

Health officials have confirmed hundreds of cases of salmonella infections affecting people in every province and territory as part of a years-long inquiry into outbreaks of the illness.

Injury forces Bianca Andreescu to forfeit 4th-round match at Miami Open

The injury bug derailed Bianca Andreescu's impressive run on Monday. The rising Canadian tennis star's win streak was snapped at 10 matches after a 6-1, 2-0 loss to No. 21 seed Anett Kontaveit of Estonia in a fourth-round contest at the Miami Open.

WARNING: Video contains graphic content

The Crown's video expert deconstructed the surveillance footage by creating an image out of each individual frame, then used video editing software to stitch the images together into this new video file.

B.C. finance minister makes LNG announcement LIVE

Minister of Finance Carole James and senior government officials provide an update on government's next steps on LNG investment in the province.

Israel hits targets across Gaza in retaliation for rocket attack

Israeli forces strike targets across the Gaza Strip, including the offices of Hamas' supreme leader, in response to a surprise rocket attack.