At least 2 dead in Strasbourg Christmas market shooting, gunman still at large: reports

At least two people are dead and several more are injured after a series of shots were fired at a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg. Reports say the gunman is still at large.

How to host a healthier holiday party and have it be your best yet

Experts share advice on food, drinks and activities everyone can feel good about.

Trade tribunal puts frigate program back on track

The federal government's plan to award to a group of companies led by Lockheed Martin Canada the contract to design and support the construction of the navy's new frigates has been nominally put back on track.

Hamilton moves forward on licensing apartments around McMaster and Mohawk

Hamilton is a step closer to licensing rental units now that it's drafting a bylaw to license units around McMaster University and Mohawk College.

Sudbury police arrest 39-year-old man in Renee Sweeney homicide case

Sudbury Police say an arrest has been made in a 20-year-old cold case.

Man originally co-accused with Vancouver filmmaker sentenced to 3 ½ years for drugged sex assault

Alan Lai, originally co-accused with Vancouver filmmaker Raymond Law in relation to multiple sexual offences, was sentenced on Monday.

Mikael Kingsbury wins Lou Marsh award as Canadian athlete of the year

Freestyle ski star Mikael Kingsbury has won the 2018 Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's athlete of the year. Kingsbury, from Deux-Montagnes, Que., won his first Olympic gold medal at the Pyeongchang Games and dominated the World Cup moguls circuit.

Blue Jays release Troy Tulowitzki

The Toronto Blue Jays released veteran shortstop Troy Tulowitzki on Tuesday. The 34-year-old missed the entire 2018 season after undergoing surgery to remove bone spurs from both heels.

At least 2 dead after shots fired at French Christmas market

At least two people were killed and another eight wounded in a shooting near a Christmas market in the eastern French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday, according to France's interior minister, Christophe Castaner.

TTC, Metrolinx phaseout of tokens raises worries, anti-poverty advocates warn

Anti-poverty advocates in Toronto plan to raise concerns at a public meeting Tuesday night that a phaseout of TTC tokens will make access to transit more difficult for the homeless, low income people and seniors.

Sound Off: Why the winter holidays could usher in big changes for Nova Scotia politics

The winter holidays may mean down time with family, but for many politicians, a lull in their daily responsibilities means they'll be thinking about their futures.

As Manitoba fights highest tuberculosis rates in the country, researchers say better data offers an antidote

In a province with the highest rates of active tuberculosis in Canada, researchers say more data and better tracking of the potentially deadly disease could help stem the spread.

Hockey at Peggys Cove lighthouse: An instantly iconic photo

Adam Cornick said he's received a "phenomenal" response since posting the shot to his Facebook page Monday, with people excitedly sharing the nostalgic wintry shot and lauding its depiction of a quintessential East Coast experience.

Akwesasne votes Yes to accepting $240M Dundee land claim settlement

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne will accept a $240 million offer from Canada to settle a 130-year-old land grievance after a majority voted yes in a community referendum.

P.E.I. 'pleased' with province's share of equalization

Amid controversy over equalization payments to some provinces this week at finance ministers' meetings, P.E.I.'s finance minister says he is "relatively pleased" with the Island's share.

Auditor general chides Health Department for lack of IT leadership

Nova Scotia's Auditor General Michael Pickup has criticized the Health Department for not providing the needed leadership to move the province's health system into the electronic age.

Canada Goose caught in Huawei crossfire as Chinese pitch Canadian product boycott

Canada Goose shares have fallen for five days in a row after the outdoor apparel maker became a target of Chinese consumers upset by the arrest of a high-ranking technology executive in Canada.

As Navigator Inn in Iqaluit demolished, new home sought for building's artist mural

A mural of Susan Aningmiuq has been displayed on the north side of the Navigator Inn since the summer of 2008, but now it needs a new home.

'A really bad idea': Border Services looking at rebooting controversial reality TV show

The Canada Border Services Agency is looking at getting back into the reality TV show game, just two years after the federal privacy commissioner said the agency's show broke the law.

Correctional Service Canada examining transfer of child-killer Rafferty to medium security

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said Canada's prison system is reviewing the controversial transfer of child-killer Michael Rafferty from a maximum security institution to a minimum security one this past March.

High winds, blowing snow expected for Avalon Peninsula on Wednesday

High winds and steady snowfall expected, starting Wednesday afternoon.

Median Calgary home price predicted to dip 2.3% by end of 2019

A report released on Tuesday points toward lower house prices to come in Calgary as inventory stays high and demand remains soft.
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An interesting choice for Canadian athlete of the year

The Buzzer is CBC Sports' daily newsletter. Get up to speed in a hurry on the interesting stuff happening in sports, including a deserving (but the most deserving?) pick for the Lou Marsh Trophy.

PCs dramatically cut infrastructure spending in capital budget

The new Progressive Conservative government is dramatically scaling back spending on infrastructure with a capital budget almost one-third lower than what the previous Liberal government had planned.

Goodale on the public terrorist threat report