New Modi film inflames his opponents ahead of India's election
Opponents of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi want to delay the release of a new film about his life until after the national election, saying it's just thinly disguised propaganda.
R.M. of Corman Park rejects Fortune Minerals refinery near Saskatoon
In a unanimous decision, councillors in the Rural Municipality of Corman Park have voted against a controversial metal refinery project proposed in the Saskatoon area.
UCP Leader Jason Kenney defends allowing parental notification if child joins GSA
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney on Tuesday defended his pledge to proclaim the Education Act, which would remove the prohibition on parental notification if a child joins a gay-straight alliance.
101-year-old Bell telephone memorial plaque recovered with only 'minor damage'
The heavy bronze plaque pried off a memorial commemorating the invention of the telephone has been returned.
Ethics committee votes against probe SNC-Lavalin as Trudeau insists Liberal team 'more united than ever'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is downplaying the split in the Liberal caucus over the SNC-Lavalin affair, insisting his team is strong and united. The Commons ethics committee is debating a Conservative motion to hold hearings on the SNC-Lavalin issue this afternoon.
Deadly day: 3 fatal overdoses in 24 hours
Three people died and at least three others suffered overdoses Monday after taking potentially tainted street drugs, Ottawa paramedics say.
Nova Scotia budget sees $200M boost in health-care spending
Helped along by major funding increases from Ottawa, the McNeil government is attempting to address concerns over clogged emergency departments and doctor access.
March 25, 2019 Episode Transcript
Full text transcript for March 25th episode
Fatal crash closes part of 14th Street in northwest Calgary
One person is dead and another is in hospital in critical condition after a car crash early Tuesday morning.
Cy Young winner deGrom signs 5-year extension with Mets
NL Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom and the New York Mets have agreed to a $137.5 million US, five-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press. The deal guarantees an additional $120.5 million over four seasons.
Decision to drop charges against Smollett 'a whitewash of justice': Chicago mayor
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel calls the decision to drop all charges against actor Jussie Smollett 'a whitewash of justice.'
Auger-Aliassime reaches 1st Masters level quarter-finals in Miami
Canadian teen Felix Auger-Aliassime is off to the quarter-finals at the Miami Open after beating Georgia's Nikoloz Basilashvili 7-6(4), 6-4.
Pleasant Hill Bakery closes, will become home to Saskatoon's 1st supervised injection site
The building that housed Pleasant Hill Bakery — a fixture on 20th Street for more than 50 years — is set to become the new home of Saskatoon's first safe injection site, following the bakery's closure last week.
Canadian mortgage rates are falling as bond yields slide lower
What's bad news for some is good news for others, and Canadian mortgage-holders are the unexpected beneficiaries of some of the gloom that's hovering over Canada's economy.
Spoiler-free review: Jordan Peele's Us is a film that grows deeper with every rewatch
Our screen panel shares their spoiler-free review of Jordan Peele's latest film, Us.
Watch 2019 Canadian senior curling championships
Watch live action from the 2019 Canadian senior curling championships in Chilliwack.
The Fifth Estate
Son of slain B.C. artist demands RCMP revive dormant investigation as new details emerge
When Cristiano Savioli travelled to Cortes Island, B.C., from his hometown in Italy after the brutal slaying of his father, Stefano, in the summer of 2010, he vowed to do everything he could to help investigators solve the case. Today, the homicide case lies dormant and Cristiano Savioli wants answers.
Man arrested in 'very violent' abduction of Wanzhen Lu, who's still missing
A 35-year-old man from Toronto has been arrested in the abduction Saturday of student Wanzhen Lu, but Lu still has not been found, police say.
Get ready for more photo radar cameras on Saskatoon streets
City council has decided to put more photo radar devices on Saskatoon roads.
Prairie Pride: How Winnipeg became a hub of queer history
If you were asked to name a Canadian city with a rich queer history, would you think of Winnipeg? If the Manitoba capital doesn't quite top your list, the latest episode of The Secret Life of Canada — The Golden Boy —might just change your mind.
Think you can do a better job running Saint John? Now you can try
If you’ve ever thought you could do a better job running Saint John than the mayor and council do, now’s your chance to prove it.
Canada Reads 2019 spoiler: Day Two
Click here for a complete voting breakdown of Day One and Day Two.
Long-term care nurse says months of abuse from patient's family stopped her doing her job
A new study looks at the violence suffered by staff in Ontario's long-term care facilities, at both the hands of residents and their families. We speak to the author of the study, as well as one nurse who ended up going to the police over the abuse she says she faced.
Goodbye gas station, hello Gnome Man's Land: 8 metre-high Howard has found a new home
A Saanich farmer has offered to take in the homeless colossus, thought to be the biggest of his kind in the world.
Confederation College opens new smudging room on Thunder Bay campus
Thunder Bay's Confederation College has opened a new on-campus smudging room, which the school says will be used for traditional ceremonies and give students a quiet place to meet with Elders.