5 people face first-degree murder charges in Prince Albert homicide
Victim and suspects were known to each other, police say.
UN: About 1M children at risk in wake of disaster
A humanitarian worker on the ground says nearly one million children are impacted after Cyclone Idai pummelled Southern Africa. More than 750 people are dead. Humanitarian organizations are working to provide desperately needed supplies, but many areas are accessible only by helicoptor. There are also fears of potentially more flooding, and cases of cholera are being reported.
Dozens of bikers attend funeral for Hells Angels member gunned down in Peel
Motorcycle club members from across Ontario and as far away as Quebec and British Columbia turned out for a service for Michael Deabaitua-Schulde at Woodbridge funeral home.
'The criticisms are completely baseless,' Scheer says of claims he's too soft on hate groups
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says accusations that he panders to groups with hateful or intolerant messaging are unfounded.
U.S. lawmakers await details of Mueller's Russia report
In Washington, politicians across the spectrum are waiting to see the Mueller report. The document is now in the hands of the U.S. Attorney General. It looks at whether Russia interfered with the U.S. election and what role if any the Trump campaign had.
Snowmobiler dies in collision with train
A 69-year-man has died after his snowmobile collided with a moving freight train in Chipman.
Pace of inflation in Canada ticked higher in February
The annual pace of inflation edged higher in February as gains in most spending categories offset lower gasoline prices, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Stricken cruise ship begins its journey back to port
A luxury cruise ship that ran into trouble off Norway's coast is making its way to port. The Cruise company says 479 were airlifted before ship started being towed to port with almost 900 passengers and 458 crew members still onboard. The ship has now restarted three of its four engines. And tugboats are helping it to the nearest port.
Senators want president of hockey ops to be part of team's 'turnaround'
The last-place Ottawa Senators are looking for a president of hockey operations to "fill the void left by the late Bryan Murray." Over the past year, the NHL team has faced harsh criticism from fans for issues both on and off the ice.
Prince George residents finding winter ticks in their yards from moose
Spring may officially be here, but Prince George residents have been finding winter ticks outside and posting about them on social media.
Kerber to victorious Andreescu: 'You're the biggest drama queen ever'
Rising Canadian tennis star Bianca Andreescu's 10th win in a row was another lengthy encounter. She downed No. 8 seed Angelique Kerber of Germany 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 in a third-round match at the Miami Open that finished Sunday at 1:30 a.m. ET.
About a million children affected after southern Africa cyclone, UNICEF estimates
UNICEF is estimating about a million children are affected by a cyclone that struck southern Africa 10 days ago, destroying homes and flooding areas of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
Massacre of Acadians 'forgotten' aspect of Fredericton's history
The destruction of Pointe-Sainte-Anne, an Acadian Settlement in modern-day Fredericton, by the British is a somewhat forgotten piece of the capital’s history.
Emotional plea for Indigenous mental health workers at Trudeau's town hall in Thunder Bay
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heard an emotional plea for mental health supports in Indigenous communities during his town hall meeting Friday evening in Thunder Bay, Ont.
Nathaniel Wesley, 22, charged with murder after homicide in Thunder Bay north core
Thunder Bay police said one male is dead, another in hospital and another in custody after incident in north core on Wednesday night.
Watch World Cup cross-country skiing in Quebec
Watch the world's best cross-country skiers compete at the World Cup event in Quebec.
Mar. 23, 2019: Mixed Doubles Canadian Curling Championship - Elimination Round
The best mixed doubles curling teams in the country compete in Fredericton.
Montreal police find missing 12-year-old boy
Montreal police have found the 12-year-old boy who was last seen Saturday at his home in Montreal's Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension borough.
Slogging through March this year? Try doing it in 1880
In 19th century N.L. March meant empty root cellars, hunting seals, and waiting for Sheila — OK, not everything has changed.
'Full of all kinds of explosives': Sweep of Baghouz, former ISIS enclave, begins
U.S-backed Syrian fighters are clearing explosives from a village formerly held by ISIS militants in eastern Syria, following an intense battle that began in early February.
Indigenous literature breaks down taboos at Gaspé high school
The third edition of the Turtle Island Reads initiative is bringing high school students in Quebec to engage in conversations about Indigenous stories and highlight the work of Indigenous authors.
Victoria's Royal Theatre rent hike delayed following outcry from arts groups
The Royal and McPherson Theatres Society is putting planned rate hikes at the Royal Theatre in Victoria on hold.
Sask. budget puts NDP in a 'hard spot': political analyst
The Saskatchewan NDP labelled the 2019-20 provincial budget "off-balance," but the government's budget commitments may have the opposition searching for level footing.
Car wash crazy: Yukon's biggest hockey tournament is big biz for car wash company
Yukon's big hockey tournament is also big weekend for Whitehorse car wash company
THE ROYAL FASCINATOR
Victoria? James? Or Kylie? How the royal baby name could mix the trendy and the traditional
Feverish speculation surrounds potential names for Prince Harry and Meghan's first child, and Harry and his brother, William, go their separate ways.