Canada's Sharpe, Karker finish 1-2 at World Cup ski halfpipe event

Canada's Cassie Sharpe and Rachael Karker finished first and second, respectively, at a freestyle skiing halfpipe World Cup event in Calgary on Saturday night.

Jason Kenney reveals more of UCP platform in speech to party faithful

A United Conservative Party government would legislate timelines to speed up the approval of projects, reform the education system and remove ‘wasteful layers of bureaucracy’ in the public service.

Lightning blank Canadiens to extend win streak to 5

Nikita Kucherov had a goal and an assist in the third period, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Montreal Canadiens 3-0 on Saturday night for their fifth consecutive victory.

American David Wise captures ski halfpipe gold in Calgary

The 2-time Olympic champion was the only skier to top the 90.00 plateau as he took home the gold medal at the men's ski halfpipe World Cup event in Calgary, Alberta.

Noah Bowman scores ski halfpipe bronze on home snow

Bowman followed up his 3rd-place finish at the World Championships by winning a bronze medal in the ski halfpipe World Cup event in his home town of Calgary, Alberta.

Canadian Rachael Karker flies to ski halfpipe silver in Calgary

Karker nabbed a silver medal in the women's ski halfpipe thanks to her 2nd run score of 86.00. With the silver, Karker supplanted Kexin Zhang atop the overall women's standings.

Cassie Sharpe snags gold in women's ski halfpipe

The reigning Olympic champion posted a first-run score of 91.50 points to win the women's ski halfpipe World Cup event from Calgary, Alberta.

Dzingel leads Sens past Jets in OT

Ryan Dzingel scored at 3:44 of overtime to give the Ottawa Senators a 4-3 road victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night.

Islanders beat Oilers in last Brooklyn game of regular season

Mathew Barzal and Anders Lee scored in the third period, and the New York Islanders beat the Edmonton Oilers 5-2 Saturday night in the final game of the regular season at Barclays Center.

Game Wrap: Dzingel scores in OT to push Senators over Jets

Ryan Dzingel nets his second career OT winner to give the Ottawa Senators a 4-3 win over the Winnipeg Jets.

How democratic is the United States these days really?: Michael Enright

"The comforting myth is that the Congress and the White House act on the wishes of ordinary Americans. If that were the case, gun ownership would be sharply restricted and there would be a single-payer health system, both issues which Americans overwhelmingly support. And of course it will never happen."

OKC's Hamidou Diallo soars over Shaq to win dunk contest

Oklahoma City's Hamidou Diallo soared over Shaquille O'Neal en route to becoming the NBA's slam dunk champion, Brooklyn's Joe Harris held off Stephen Curry to win the three-point contest and Jayson Tatum's halfcourt heave secured his skills challenge victory Saturday in Charlotte

'Earth Shattering' - all the ways the universe is trying to kill us

A new book tells the story of how cataclysmic events shape our world and univer

Welcome to Decentraland, where investors spend real-world dollars flipping virtual real estate

Investors are buying plots of land in a virtual city the size of Washington, D.C., hoping to sell them for profit. Others are snapping up space looking to build art galleries, casinos and movie theatres in a parallel virtual world.

Oilers struggles continue in loss to Islanders

The New York Islanders beat up the Oilers 5-2 to hand Edmonton their 10th loss in 11 games.

Leafs offence dries up in loss to Coyotes

Darcy Kuemper stopped 21 shots and the Arizona Coyotes spoiled Auston Matthews' return to his hometown with a 2-0 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night.

What the SNC-Lavalin scandal reveals about corporate influence on Canadian democracy

SNC-Lavalin didn't get the deferred prosecution agreement it wanted, but it did manage to change Canada's Criminal Code. Paul Wells says it's time to start watching this kind of lobbying more closely.

Hamidou Diallo leaps over Shaq to win 2019 slam dunk title

Diallo becomes the first Thunder player to win the slam dunk contest.

Pollock's Hardware co-op members vote to keep Winnipeg institution open

Pollock’s Hardware has dodged another bullet.

Police shift 'trajectory' of Jussie Smollett probe, seek follow-up interview with actor

Chicago police said Saturday the investigation into the attack reported by Jussie Smollett has "shifted" due to information received from two brothers arrested in the case then released, and police want to interview the Empire actor again.

Game Wrap: Coyotes silence Leafs in shutout performance

The Arizona Coyotes managed to hold the Maple Leafs scoreless in a 2-0 final over Toronto.

Watch the World Cup freestyle skiing halfpipe

Watch live coverage of freestyle skiing halfpipe event on Saturday at 9 p.m. ET from Calgary.

Helicopter carries Alberta missionaries to Port-au-Prince airport as aid workers find way out of Haiti

A group of 24 missionaries from Alberta has arrived safely at the Miami airport, after flying out of Haiti on Saturday afternoon.

Nunavut wins historic 1st main draw game at Scotties

Nunavut's Jenine Bodner skipped her team to an historic victory in the opening draw at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Saturday afternoon.

Driver who exited vehicle following minor crash on Whitemud struck by SUV

A serious accident on Whitemud Drive near the Quesnell Bridge caused extensive traffic tie-ups Saturday morning.