Brandon police seize estimated $250K worth of meth, heroin following traffic stop
Police say they seized $100,000 worth of methamphetamine and $150,000 worth of heroin mixed with fentanyl following a Wednesday traffic stop.
Northerners honoured at Rideau Hall for volunteering, leadership
Three northerners are receiving medals from Governor General Julie Payette for search and rescue in the N.W.T., candy drops in remote Arctic communities, and blazing trails for mountain bikers in Whitehorse.
Missing mother and daughter were killed, Calgary police believe
A Calgary mother and her toddler who have been missing for more than a week is now being treated as a double homicide, with a suspect in custody, police say.
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Calgary police are treating the disappearance of a mother and her toddler who have been missing from their southeast Calgary home for more than a week as a double homicide.
Killer whales return to hunt seals in Vancouver harbour
Killer whales have been spotted in Vancouver harbour twice in the last two weeks and are expected to return. Two separate groups have been spotted swimming into the harbour to snack on seals. A group of five was seen most recently on Tuesday.
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Marlon Ledesma found guilty of beating cellmate to death in Calgary Remand Centre
Justice Kim Nixon convicted Ledesma of the lesser offence of second-degree murder after ruling it would be "speculation" to find Ledesma planned to kill his victim.
Amber Alert issued for boy, 5, missing with mother in Mississauga
An Amber alert has been issued for a five-year-old boy missing from Mississauga, Ont.
Ottawa declares state of emergency as water keeps rising
The City of Ottawa has declared a state of emergency as river levels continue to rise, threatening to surpass those reached when flooding devastated some neighbourhoods two years ago.
Precision Drilling beats analyst expectations — but not because of Canadian oilfield operations
The Calgary-based driller reported a 23 per cent increase in activity in the United States compared with the same period of 2018, while its Canadian operations declined by 33 per cent, a trend that it said is continuing in the current quarter.
A guide to writing prizes for young Canadians
Creative writing opportunities for Canadians in primary, junior or secondary school.
Over 20 million children worldwide miss out on measles vaccine annually
About 169 million children worldwide missed out on being vaccinated between 2010 and 2017, according to a UNICEF report.
Fredericton police seek help in finding missing man
Ken Taylor was last seen April 18 at the Fort Nashwaak Motel on the city's north side, according to the Fredericton Police Force.
404 arrests made in downtown Windsor in first quarter of 2019
Two Windsor Police Service units patrolled downtown, one of them the newly formed Problem Oriented Policing unit with 12 officers.
Manitoba 'will win' carbon tax challenge if forced to proceed, Pallister says
Manitoba’s premier says the province stands to win if it proceeds with a legal challenge against the federal government over its carbon tax.
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Mozambique hit by 2nd cyclone in 6 weeks
A powerful tropical cyclone made landfall on Thursday in Mozambique, just six weeks after Cyclone Idai devastated the central part of the country and left more than 100 dead in its wake.
Science column: The concept of rewilding
Who wants a little more nature in their lives? Science columnist Torah Kachur explains the concept of rewilding & what new research says about the parameters.
Charlottetown wants rules changed for federal funding to build multi-use sports facility
The City of Charlottetown is trying to get the rules of a federal funding stream changed in order to make a multi-use sports facility a reality.
At this St. John's brewery, they're here to dance, not just drink
Justin Power and his dance collective Hot Spot are organizing Hip Hop dances sessions, looking to build community and introduce new styles to the local dance scene.
Harassment charges against 'Magic Cool Bus' founder stayed
Daniel MacKenzie was charged last year with criminal harassment and two counts of uttering death threats. He has agreed to abide by a common law peace bond for eight months.
Live from the Telus Cup in Thunder Bay
The Toronto Maple Leafs may be out of the playoffs but we can still cheer for the Kings. The Thunder Bay Kings that is. They're carrying the torch for Northern Ontario at the Telus Cup national midget hockey championships.The CBC's Heather Kitching is there, and we catch up with her.
Think millennials are leaving Canada's big cities? Think again, RBC report says
A new report suggests that despite stories of young people being squeezed out of Canada’s biggest cities by high housing costs, more young people are actually moving in — than moving out.
What's Métis scrip? North America's 'largest land swindle,' says Indigenous lawyer
Scrip was a government-run process that separated Métis people from their land. Jason Madden, an Indigenous rights lawyer, calls it Canada's "best kept secret".
N.S. health authority, IWK backtrack on overtime changes for staff
The province’s health authority is retreating on a wildly unpopular change in the way overtime is interpreted for nurses and other health-care workers until grievances are resolved.