Whitehorse's infamous tar pit gets cleaned up after 73 years
A team in Whitehorse is looking to clean up a mess that dates back to the 1940s.
Federal health minister on carbon tax in New Brunswick
Federal health minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor talks to CBC New Brunswick's Harry Forestell about the federal government's carbon tax and how it will apply to New Brunswickers.
Canopy growing pains should even out in a couple of weeks, CEO says
Yes, N.L. is out of marijuana — but Bruce Linton says that's a national problem, and one this province shouldn't have to worry about once a production facility is completed.
Live blog recap: Here's how the final results rolled in
Stay here for results and the latest updates as vote-counting continues on Day two after London's municipal election.
Fox jumps on trampoline (Gina Beaton/Facebook)
Hurricane Willa expected to slam Mexico Tuesday afternoon
"Extremely dangerous" Hurricane Willa headed toward a Tuesday afternoon collision with a stretch of Mexico's Pacific coast, its 215 kilometre per hour winds and high waves threatening high-rise resorts, surfing beaches and fishing villages.
SQ identifies 1 of 2 bodies found in torched SUV in Trois-Rivières
The bodies were discovered Oct. 10, just hours before 19-year-old Ophélie Martin-Cyr was found dead in a field 35 kilometres away.
Market jitters lead to more declines as investors face growing risks
North American benchmark stock indexes saw more big declines on Tuesday — an occurrence that's becoming all too familiar — and analysts say the list of risks facing investors is growing.
Support for Algoma steel industry pensioners announced by Ontario premier
Premier Doug Ford says the provincial government is stepping in to help Algoma Steel.
Eddie Joyce violated code of conduct in incident around hiring process, report finds
Joyce's reactions "were outside the norm of political interactions," writes the commissioner in his report.
Sherry Gambin-Walsh talks harassment report
Minister says she's not sure she can work with Eddie Joyce if he's allowed back in cabinet
Saudis plotted journalist's 'savage murder' for days, Turkish president says
Saudi Arabia must identify those who ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and turn over the suspects for trial, the Turkish president said in remarks that carefully ratcheted up pressure on the Saudis.
She's always going rogue but for some reason, she gets away with it
Why are the rules different for her in this police department? What is it about her? Watch now.
Helpline for Indigenous women adds new feature to 'reach broader demographic'
A telephone helpline that supports and offers resources for Indigenous women in northern Ontario is launching a new text and chat feature on Tuesday.
Tie in Peachland mayor's race means decision could come down to a draw
An unofficial recount shows incumbent Cindy Fortin and challenger Harry Gough each with 804 votes.
Curling's 5-rock rule is having a ripple effect on the game
The experimenting is over for curling's five-rock rule. From the clubs to the world championships, curlers are adapting to the newest wrinkle in the sport this season.
Former Canadian-record holder praises Cam Levins' inspiring marathon
Jerome Drayton, who held the Canadian record in the men's marathon for 43 years, isn't surprised 2012 Olympian Cam Levins broke it Sunday in his debut marathon at Toronto.
Trudeau promises rebates as Ottawa moves to levy carbon tax on provinces outside the climate plan
The federal Liberal government will slap a carbon tax on fuels in provinces and territories with no adequate emissions pricing plans, but will send annual rebates to Canadian families to offset most of the added costs of this climate-change fighting plan.
Fiery exchanges, pointed questions, but debate on harassment reports pushed to Wednesday
The five reports were tabled Tuesday, but the House of Assembly will resume 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Jonny visits New Denmark, N.B. — the oldest Danish community in Canada
'All Canadians at some point have felt the Danish heritage, whether it’s feasting on a flaky pastry or stepping on a LEGO block.' Watch now.
WWE star Roman Reigns leaves the ring after leukemia diagnosis
WWE wrestler Roman Reigns is leaving the ring to focus on his health after leukemia diagnosis.
'It felt like home': Sister hears her brother's heartbeat two years after his death
Just a few hours into their first face-to-face meeting, Robert Buttle opened his shirt, and Jodi Loder put her ear to his chest. It was her first time hearing her brother's heartbeat since he died by suicide in July 2016.
MNRF seek help in abandoned calf moose investigation near Ignace, Ont.
Conservation officers with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry are asking for the public's help in identifying those who are responsible for shooting and abandoning a calf moose.
NDP files complaint against UCP, Jason Kenney and third-party advertiser
The Alberta NDP has asked the province's elections commissioner to investigate the United Conservative Party, its leader Jason Kenney, a third-party advertiser called Shaping Alberta's Future and the Motor Dealers Association of Alberta for wilfully violating the province's elections financing rules.
Dry weather continues, winds pick up Wednesday
John Sauder, CBC's meteorologist in Manitoba, keeps track of weather moving across the province.