Weyburn, Sask., council reverses decision that blocked group home development

The city council of Weyburn, Sask., has reversed a controversial decision about a group home. Today council members voted unanimously to allow the home for people with physical and intellectual disabilities to be built in one of the city's newer neighbourhoods.

Finance minister says government consulting with Indigenous groups on Trans Mountain pipeline

Canada’s finance minister confirmed Monday that the government is consulting with Indiginious groups about their participation with the proposed Trans Mountain expansion project.

Closure of Regina's Cornwall Alternative School is in 'best interest of these kids,' Education Minister says

Funding was cut for Cornwall Alternative School in the 2019-2020 provincial budget. A school official says they need $700,000 to stay open.

Father of Sandy Hook elementary school shooting victim found dead

The father of one of the children killed in the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School is found dead of an apparent suicide at his office in Newtown, Conn., police said.

New details emerge in Cortes Island homicide

The son of slain B.C. artist Stefano Savioli, killed almost nine years ago in his cabin on Cortes Island, is hoping new details about who was on the property at the time of the death could help revive the dormant homicide investigation.

Jays manager Montoyo reminisces on Expos connection in return to Montreal

Charlie Montoyo was a 27-year-old infielder still trying to carve out a major league career the last time he stepped on the field at Montreal's Olympic Stadium. Montoyo returned to Montreal Monday as his team opened a two-game exhibition series against the Milwaukee Brewers.

Amid details of strained dealings with Wilson-Raybould, Trudeau looks to flip the page on SNC-Lavalin affair

New developments in Ottawa's biggest political drama suggest Jodie Wilson-Raybould and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were at odds long before the SNC-Lavalin affair. This, as the opposition prepares to push hard and the matter, and as the prime minister looks to move on from the ever-changing controversy.

Donald Trump claims victory over Mueller report and lashes out at Democrats

Trump once called the Russia investigation a cloud over his presidency. Now it seems like grey days for Trump's opponents. Robert Mueller did not establish collusion with Russia, and his superiors at the Justice Department did not find sufficient evidence of obstruction. Now the U.S. president and his allies are on the offensive.

Why the battle over the Mueller report is only just beginning for Donald Trump

While U.S. President Donald Trump may be claiming victory over the Robert Mueller investigation, he is still facing dozens of other civil and criminal investigations. Many of which were sparked by the probe into Russian meddling of the 2016 election.

Michael Avenatti charged with an array of crimes in two U.S. states

U.S. prosecutors on two coasts have charged Trump critic and attorney Michael Avenatti with extortion and bank and wire fraud.

Canada grants asylum to one of Edward Snowden’s ‘angels’

They are known as Snowden's 'angels,' a group of refugees living in Hong Kong who hid Edward Snowden, one of the most wanted men in the U.S. Now, one of them, a mother, along with her young daughter, have arrived in Canada, after being granted asylum. But the journey was anything but easy.

Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr walks out of court a free man

An Alberta judge has ruled that Omar Khadr has completed his sentence and is now a free man. The former Guantanamo Bay prisoner is now free to apply for a passport, travel, and visit family abroad. But his troubles aren't over yet as he still faces legal issues in the United States.

Stars topple Jets with dominant 2nd period

Tyler Seguin and Radek Faska each scored twice as the Dallas Stars ended a two-game losing skid with a 5-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Monday.

Injury forces Bianca Andreescu to forfeit 4th-round match at Miami Open

The injury bug derailed Bianca Andreescu's impressive run on Monday. The rising Canadian tennis star's win streak was snapped at 10 matches after a 6-1, 2-0 loss to No. 21 seed Anett Kontaveit of Estonia in a fourth-round contest at the Miami Open.

7 homes damaged after Mississauga townhouse fire

Emergency crews worked through the night to put out a fire that damaged several homes in Mississauga on Monday.

Myanmar's Supreme Court to hear appeal of 2 imprisoned Reuters journalists

Myanmar's Supreme Court will hear the appeal Tuesday of Reuters journalists, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, who have been in detention for 15 months.

Toronto honours UN's Decade for People of African Descent - even though it's almost half over

It may be nearly half over, but the City of Toronto on Monday commemorated the United Nations-declared decade for people of African descent.

CBC Atlantic Tonight March 25, 2019

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Lightning comeback in 3rd period to edge Bruins 5-4

The Tampa Bay Lightning scored 3 goals in the third period to comeback and defeat the Boston Bruins 5-4. The Lightning's Anthony Cirelli scored the game-winning goal.

Early Chinese restaurants in small town Canada see ingenuity triumph over racism, author says

Three years ago writer Ann Hui published a two-part series on Chinese restaurants in small town Canada. The response told her she struck a chord and something bigger was the obvious next step.

What I've learned about forgiveness as a sexual assault survivor

Tara Muldoon is waiting for an apology that may never come. But she continues to advocate for restorative justice, and has thought deeply about forgiveness along the way.

Spring scents to add to your fragrance wardrobe

Spring scents to add to your fragrance wardrobe

Suppressor No. 246: A citrus and chai-infused nightcap

A spiced sipper to serve at the end of a dinner party.

N.W.T. gov't 'pleased' with recommendations for new collective agreement

The five-year deal, which is retroactive to April 1, 2016, includes higher wage increases than the government initially offered.

Olivia & Mina travel to Montreal and meet up with a familiar face

Meanwhile, Lilly & Adam stay behind to search for a new expert witness. Watch now.