Scotties opens with weekend of surprises
Some surprising results and a couple eyebrow-raising moments made for an interesting opening weekend at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Sydney, N.S.
Say it with seal: A senior's party celebrates flipper pie and sealskin pins
'Love your seal' was the theme of a senior's Valentine's party in Witless Bay. Flipper pie and sealskin hearts were on the menu of the day's events.
Haitian asylum seeker 'living in hell' 6 months after deportation from Quebec
Oberne Pierre crossed into Quebec from the United States in the summer of 2017 to claim asylum. But his claim was denied and he was sent back to Haiti last August.
Nunavut caps 'once-in-a-lifetime' week with historic win at Canada Winter Games
It's the hockey team's first time at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta., and both coaches and players described the week as 'once-in-a-lifetime.'
Quebecers stranded by Haiti protests arrive back in Montreal
The vacationers, who had been unable to return home because of violent street protests in Haiti, were transported by helicopter to the airport in Port-au-Prince, the capital, then flown to Montreal.
Ottawa police find human remains in search for Susan Kublu-Iqqittuq
Ottawa police say they've found human remains at the Trail Road landfill while searching for the body of Susan Kublu-Iqqittuq, who was last seen Jan. 11.
SNC-Lavalin and Jody Wilson-Raybould's silent resignation | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley
Former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has been tight lipped since resigning from cabinet over the SNC-Lavalin scandal. Some are wondering why the former attorney general has yet to speak and others are asking what this means for the Liberal government. Deputy Conservative leader Lisa Raitt discusses the calls for Wilson-Raybould to talk and former CBC parliamentary editor Don Newman addresses the wider implications of the scandal.
Nunavut vs. Yukon boys hockey game at Canada Winter Games
Team Nunavut won 5–3 against Team Yukon Sunday morning at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta.
Canada's Brittany Phelan scores World Cup ski cross bronze
Brittany Phelan landed on the podium with a third-place finish in World Cup ski cross action in Feldberg, Germany, on Sunday.
Wild times at Winnipeg winter canoe race
No water, no paddles, no problem say organizers, raising funds for St. Amant and DASCH.
Canada beats U.S. to win inaugural women's hockey Rivalry Series
Brianne Jenner and Blayre Turnbull scored, Shannon Szabados made 38 saves, and Canada beat the United States 2-0 on Sunday to win the inaugural Rivalry Series.
Wild Card Scheidegger beats P.E.I's Birt, stays undefeated at Scotties
Wild card entry Casey Scheidegger defeats P.E.I.'s Suzanne Birt 7-2 in Draw 4 at Scotties.
Brittany Phelan claims bronze in ski cross World Cup from Germany
Canadian Brittany Phelan won a World Cup bronze medal in ski cross on Sunday, passing teammate Kelsey Serwa near the bottom of the race.
India detains 23 men with suspected links to group behind deadly Kashmir attack
Indian forces have detained 23 men suspected of links to the Pakistan-based militant group that masterminded the bombing of an Indian security convoy that killed 44 paramilitary police, a top police official said on Sunday.
Up to 10 cm snow coming to Toronto, Environment Canada says
Widespread snow associated with a passing low pressure system is expected to move into the region early this evening and end later Monday morning, Environment Canada says.
Woodstock nurse won't be deterred from return to Haiti
A New Brunswick nurse had a harrowing escape from Haiti in recent days, but plans to go back.
Haiti vows expense cuts, deeper probe of oil scandal amid protests
The Haitian government vowed to deepen the investigation into alleged corruption in the PetroCaribe oil program and to reduce its expenses, seeking to meet some of protestors' demands as demonstrations roil the country.
What's open in Winnipeg on Louis Riel Day
Monday marks Louis Riel Day — here’s a roundup of what’s open and closed in the city.
How Twitter bots troll Canadians | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley
Twitter revealed a list of accounts believed to be bots operated by people with malicious intentions. Wendy Mesley spoke with Radio-Canada journalist Jeff Yates about how trolling has been used to try to influence Canadians' opinions on topics such as pipelines and immigration.
Close call for Stratford man and daughter after truck catches fire
A Stratford man got his daughter to safety on Saturday before flames engulfed his truck.
Church's credibility hangs in balance ahead of sex abuse summit
Pope Francis called for prayers ahead of an unprecedented summit designed to tackle sexual abuse in the priesthood, a persisting problem that has shaken the faith of Catholics globally and that Francis on Sunday called "the urgent challenge of our time."
N.S. man faces animal cruelty charges in case involving dead dogs
The 55-year-old man was arrested after police responded to a report of cruelty to animals at a home in Sylvester, N.S., on Thursday.
Mount Cashel: After 30 years, the pain still has not gone away
For survivor Billy Earle, the old saying that "time heals all wounds" is only hypothetical.
Hurricanes respond to Don Cherry calling team 'a bunch of jerks'
Coach's Corner star Don Cherry made his feelings known about the Carolina Hurricanes' elaborate victory celebrations on Hockey Night In Canada on Saturday. The team responded in kind on Twitter.
What's the best fast food burger in N.L.? These judges found out
A rigorous system ranked the burgers on taste, toppings and bun.