London Mosque's food and shopping fair sees highest turnout

Hundreds of Londoners crowded a school gym Sunday to get their hands on traditional accessories and sweet and savoury treats from across the globe.

Mueller found no evidence Trump campaign co-ordinated with Russia, says attorney general

The U.S. Justice Department said Sunday that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation did not find evidence that President Donald Trump's campaign "conspired or co-ordinated" with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Patriots' Rob Gronkowski announces retirement after 9 seasons

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski says he is retiring from the NFL after nine seasons. Gronkowski announced his decision via a post on Instagram Sunday, saying that a few months shy of his 30th birthday "it's time to move forward and move forward with a big smile."

Restaurant fire was intentionally set, Windsor officials say

A restaurant fire on Glengarry Avenue in Windsor Saturday was intentionally set, Windsor fire officials say. 

Peterman, Gallant capture 2nd Canadian mixed doubles curling championship

Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant are the new national mixed doubles curling champions and will represent Canada at the world championship next month.

News Network special: Summary of Mueller report released

The U.S. attorney general has delivered the main findings of the special counsel's Russia investigation to Congress.

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships Final: Peterman/Gallant vs. Martin/Griffith

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships from Fredericton, NB.

Fire at Advocate building in Pictou 'could have been a lot worse'

A fire caused some damage at the Advocate plant in Pictou, N.S., but the company says it was largely restricted to a shipping area.

Trump reacts to summary of Mueller report

U.S. President Donald Trump reacts to the attorney general's summary of Robert Mueller's report.

1 person killed after 'chaotic' shooting at Whyte Avenue area bar

One person dead after a shooting early Sunday morning at a Whyte Avenue bar.

Anjou politician faces backlash after venting online about doctor wearing 'a veil'

Anjou borough councillor Lynne Shand says people have misinterpreted her comments after she said she would have recently refused to be treated by a doctor wearing a veil, if her situation hadn't been an emergency. Shand's comments have been condemned by fellow politicians, including Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante who said Shand should be acting "in a responsible and respectful manner."

'So many memories': Former staff gather to say goodbye to old Prince Edward Home

About 80 former nurses, caregivers and other staff — and maybe even a few ghosts — gathered at the old Prince Edward Home gathered on Sunday to reminisce and pose one last time for a group photo.

Inferno take down Canadiennes to win franchise's 2nd Clarkson Cup

Zoe Hickel had two goals as the Calgary Inferno defeated Les Canadiennes de Montreal 5-2 on Sunday at Coca-Cola Coliseum for their second Clarkson Cup title in franchise history.

Mother living immigration nightmare as baby needs cancer treatment in U.S.

A mother from Afghanistan now living in St. John's, Newfoundland is facing an immigration nightmare, as her toddler needs cancer treatment in the United States — and she is prevented from accompanying him. Sajia Yaqobi's son needs life-saving treatment in Boston, but she can't accompany him unless her citizenship is rushed.

Leafs sign U.S. goalie Joseph Wall to 3-year entry-level deal

The Toronto Maple Leafs signed goaltender Joseph Woll to a three-year entry-level contract on Sunday after he posted a .919 save percentage over 37 games this season with Boston College.

Parks society would like to see composite organism have more protection from gold exploration

The provincial branch of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society is raising concerns about gold exploration where rare boreal felt lichen grow.

Inferno beat Canadiennes 5-2, win Clarkson Cup

The Calgary Inferno defeated Les Canadiennes de Montreal 5-2 on Sunday to win their second Clarkson Cup title.
March Madness

Tennessee recovers for OT win after blowing 25-point lead to Iowa

No. 2 seed Tennessee is breathing easier after holding off a would-be record Iowa rally that forced the first overtime of this NCAA Tournament.

Raonic falls to Britain's Edmund at Miami Open

Canada's Milos Raonic was defeated by Britain's Kyle Edmund on Sunday at the Miami Open.

Peterman, Gallant win Canadian mixed doubles curling championship

Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant will represent Canada at the world championship after winning the national mixed doubles curling championship on Sunday in Fredericton, New-Brunswick. The team also won the title in 2016.

Anjou politician faces backlash after venting online about doctor wearing 'a veil'

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante is joining the online backlash against Anjou borough councillor Lynne Shand for her comments.

Residents say flooding consultations should include mitigation

Meetings are taking place across the province this week to allow residents, community groups and others have their say on effectiveness of the provincial response to the 2018 flood.

Mar. 24, 2019: 2019 World Figure Skating Championships - Ice Dance

The world's best ice dance figure skaters compete in the free dance in Saitama, Japan.

Billionaire German family to donate millions after learning of Nazi past

One of Germany's richest families plans to give €10 million to charity after learning about their ancestors' support for the Nazis and their company’s use of forced labour during the war.

Gatineau taxi drivers to strike Monday over proposed reforms

Cab drivers in Gatineau, Que., are taking part in a one-day walkout Monday to protest sweeping reforms to Quebec's taxi industry.