Body found at Barrio Lake in Digby County

A man's body has been recovered from Barrio Lake in Digby County, N.S., but RCMP have not said whether it is the same man who disappeared after falling out of a canoe last weekend.

Canadian NAFTA negotiators 'digging in' as Freeland resumes talks in Washington

Chrystia Freeland thanked Canadians for their support of her team after negotiators worked through the night in Washington leading up to the resumption of high-level trade negotiations with the Trump administration.

'Music is political no matter what': Hozier on his new EP of protest songs

Irish blues-rock sensation Hozier talks about why he decided to follow up his massively successful debut album with an EP of fiery protest songs.

Thieves target customers during liquor mart robberies in Winnipeg

The liquor mart thefts continue in Winnipeg and now customers are getting caught in the middle.

London Police investigate third sexual assault in less than a week

London police are asking the public for help in identifying a suspect in connection with a second sexual assault that occurred over the weekend. Earlier in the week a third assault was reported near Dundas and Maitland Streets.

Hamilton man and woman face more than 30 firearm charges after search: police

A traffic stop and short foot chase Monday morning led Hamilton police to seize more than a dozen firearms.

Is the internet killing our creativity? One Calgary designer says yes

Turning to Google or YouTube to learn how to make things is common these days, but one local designer says that habit could kill creativity.

'Music is political no matter what': Hozier on his new EP of protest songs

Irish blues-rock sensation Hozier talks about why he decided to follow up his massively successful debut album with an EP of fiery protest songs.

'They're still under water': 2 mental health patients die in South Carolina flooding

The death toll from Florence climbed to at least 37, including two mental health patients killed when a sheriff's van was swept away by rising South Carolina floodwaters, as North Carolina's governor greeted President Trump and pleaded with thousands of evacuees not to return home just yet.

More Windsor-Essex Catholic students met EQAO standard compared to provincial average

The 2017-18 school year EQAO results for Catholic schools in Windsor-Essex show more students have achieved the provincial standard than on average, however, fewer of them met or exceeded the provincial average compared to 2016-17.

Cape Breton cancer symposium shifts focus to patient experience

Shortly after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Stacey Brygidyr Rogers of Sydney found herself in her first chemotherapy session. The following months were a roller-coaster ride as she prepared for more treatment and surgery.

Aminder Dhaliwal

Aminder Dhaliwal is a Canadian comic writer and animator.

Airbnb tax comes to Sudbury rentals

The short-term lodging rental company Airbnb has finalized tax agreements with Ontario municipalities, including Greater Sudbury.

Ottawa police officer facing sexual assault charges

An Ottawa police officer is facing nearly two dozen criminal charges including sexual assault, forcible confinement and uttering threats related to four separate victims, the police service announced Wednesday.

Montreal officer violated code of ethics after traffic stop goes awry, committee finds

Const. Éric Locas violated Quebec's code of ethics after he neglected a woman's safety during a routine traffic stop, then contacted her after she filed a complaint against him, the province's police ethics committee ruled earlier this month.

Canadian Sport Awards: Pre-Show

Before the 41st annual Canadian Sport Awards join us live for the pre-show as host, Anson Henry, takes us through the six nominees for the people's choice performance of the year award. Voting will close at 6:30 PM ET, so tune in and make your voice heard.

Ontario's highest court paves way for major cuts to size of Toronto city council

Ontario’s highest court has paved the way for a considerable cut to the size of Toronto’s city council just weeks from a municipal election, but Mayor John Tory says the city's legal team has been told to continue fighting the province using any means available.

The Pollcast: The tide turns in Quebec

On the latest episode of the Pollcast, the CBC's Catherine Cullen discusses the first days of Maxime Bernier's new party, and Christian Bourque breaks down the latest numbers out of Quebec.

Sabres strike 2-year deal with young, versatile forward Sam Reinhart

The Buffalo Sabres can finally prepare for the start of the season with their full complement of forwards after signing Sam Reinhart to a two-year, $7.3 million US contract on Wednesday.

How 'greener' plastic packaging became a problem — and how to fix it

Non-recyclable plastic pouches have replaced tonnes of recyclable cans, jars, boxes and bags on supermarket shelves, partly because they're considered 'greener.' Here's how they became a problem — and how companies are trying to make them more sustainable.

John Tory: "This process the province has engaged in is wrong"

Mayor John Tory reacts to the Bill 5 ruling.

Nature's Orchestra | Sneak Peek 201

Once again, Anne finds the beauty in nature in this clip from the season 2 premiere which airs this SUNDAY at 7/7:30NT.

Dal arts centre renewal gets $10M from province

The provincial government has pledged $10 million to help Dalhousie University upgrade its arts facilities.

Former MP's plea on election financing charges postponed again

A court appearance by former Conservative MP Mike Allen for a plea on alleged election-financing law violations has been postponed again.

How social media solved a 1970s era Newfoundland photography mystery

Philip Hiscock wondered about the subjects of some secondhand film for decades. Facebook helped find them in a few hours.