Charges laid in two shots fired calls at same address
On Saturday, investigators arrested and charged a 17-year-old male from Windsor with discharging a firearm and possession of a weapon.
Apple extravaganza could reveal details on new streaming service
Apple remains tight-lipped about its anticipated streaming service, but a major announcement Monday is expected to include details on the company's new platform.
What we know about apparent 'armed kidnapping' of Wanzhen Lu
A 22-year-old Chinese international student has been missing since Saturday night after what police say appears to be a violent "armed kidnapping" in Markham, Ont.
Feist pays tribute to Gord Downie with moving cover of a song from Secret Path
Feist shared a cover of the song in tribute to the late Tragically Hip frontman, who died on Oct. 17.
Call for volunteers for Radio ECMA in Charlottetown
As people count down the days until the ECMAs get underway in Charlottetown program director Jim Power is putting the call out for volunteers for Radio ECMA.
Stay off the ice, firefighters warn after busy week
Ottawa firefighters are once again warning residents to stay off the ice after a busy weekend responding to calls about dogs, people and even a paddle boarder.
Most styrofoam isn't recycled. Here's how 3 startups aim to fix that
Styrofoam has been nicknamed “public enemy No. 6” because it's more likely to be landfilled or washed into the ocean than recycled. But three Canadian startups are launching technology that aims to make discarded polystyrene containers, packaging and products a resource that everyone wants to recycle.
First Olympic women's aerials champion Lina Cheryazova dies at 50
Lina Cheryazova, the first woman to win an Olympic aerials skiing gold medal, has died from an apparent lengthy illness. She was 50.
March 22, 2019 Episode Transcript
Full text transcript for March 22nd episode
Climate change politics may defy even the most rational arguments: Don Pittis
As Alberta goes to the polls and a federal election looms, a new pro-carbon tax report from a privately funded group faces a major challenge reaching Canadians with rational economic arguments, even as climate disasters worsen.
Infuriated parents want vice-principal fired after students' underwear inspected
Manitoba’s education minister has asked a school division to investigate after elementary school students were asked to show their underwear to their school’s vice-principal.
TSX down slightly after Friday's steep slide
Investors were taking a cautious approach on Monday after Friday’s steep slide in stock indexes, with shares down slightly in Toronto and mixed in New York.
Canada Reads 2019 Day One: Watch the replay
The battle of the books begins!
'Disturbing' reports of man approaching teen girls in Rosedale: police
Toronto police are warning the public after receiving two similar reports of a man approaching teenage girls in his car while they are walking alone.
Inquest into fatal Radiohead Toronto stage collapse underway
The coroner's inquest is underway in Toronto into the death of Radiohead drum technician Scott Johnson during a 2012 stage collapse.
Hotel levy will boost New Brunswick tourism, says Moncton deputy mayor
Moncton's deputy mayor is welcoming a provincial plan to a allow municipality to impose a tourism tax on hotel guests.
Bob McDonald's blog
Cobbling together planets one piece at a time
Scientists studying asteroids look at the leftovers from planetary formation
Trudeau reannounces budget measures around housing crunch in B.C.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to make several appearances in B.C. Monday, one to reannounce plans to support housing affordability and another to campaign with a byelection candidate on Vancouver Island.
'School of last resort': Cornwall Alternative School loses funding in 2019-2020 provincial budget
Cornwall Alternative School is losing their funding at the end of June, a school official said.
Is old Taylor Swift back on her new single 'Gorgeous'?
At midnight last night, Taylor Swift dropped the newest single from her upcoming Reputation album.
Rovers, police searching for man at Cape Spear
"We have concerns for his safety," say the Royal Newfoundland and Constabulary.
Jays sign Canadian reliever Axford to minors league deal
The Blue Jays have re-signed Canadian reliever John Axford to a minor-league deal, three days before opening day on Thursday.
Canada hopes luck on its side at CONCACAF Nations League draw in Vegas
Canada will learn its next CONCACAF Nations League opponents at Wednesday's draw in Las Vegas, but it already knows that it will face one of Mexico, the U.S., Costa Rica and Honduras.
'No one was more committed onstage': Rich Terfry remembers Gord Downie
"Gord showed me what it means to care about a song and a performance."
U.S.-backed SDF calls for international tribunal to deal with captured ISIS fighters
The U.S-backed Syrian fighters who drove ISIS from its last strongholds called Monday for an international tribunal to prosecute hundreds of foreigners rounded up in the nearly five-year campaign against the extremist group.