Toronto Catholic diocese ordered to pay $350K for priest abuse of altar boy

A Roman Catholic priest's sexual abuse of an 11-year-old altar boy more than 50 years ago warranted an award of more than half a million dollars in compensation, Ontario's highest court ruled on Tuesday.

Man suffers life-threatening injuries after being shot in Junction area

A man has life-threatening injuries after a shooting in the Junction area, Toronto paramedics say.

A jazz lover's guide to the 2018 Montreal International Jazz Festival

Running from June 28 to July 7, this year's festival offers plenty of attractions for jazz enthusiasts.

I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors

A graphic memoir by Bernice Eisenstein.

Google announces new video game streaming service

Google unveils a video game streaming service, dubbed Stadia, that attempts to capitalize on the company's cloud technology and global network of data centres.

How to watch CBC's coverage of federal budget 2019

Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver his fourth budget in the House of Commons on Tuesday. Here's how to follow CBC News coverage.
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Budget fact check: Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivers his fourth federal budget

Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver his fourth federal budget Tuesday. CBC News will fact check his speech in real time.

Star UCP candidate resigns in wake of leaked messages about white supremacists

Caylan Ford, the United Conservative Party candidate for Calgary-Mountain View riding, has resigned following the release of private messages from two years ago when she talked about a double standard for white supremacist terrorists.

Northern Ireland's 'brittle peace' doesn't face up to atrocities of the past: author

The 1972 murder of Jean McConville by Republican paramilitaries echoed through decades of conflict in Northern Ireland, as well as the "brittle peace" that followed. Author Patrick Radden Keefe investigates the murder in his new book, Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland.

Highlights of Bill Morneau's fourth federal budget

Finance Minister Bill Morneau has tabled his fourth federal budget - his final one before the next election in October. Read the highlights.

Liberals table a pre-election budget designed to ease Canadians' anxieties

Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled a pre-election budget today designed to calm Canadians worried about retiring with financial security, getting the skills they need to land new jobs, or being able to afford a first home.

Wildfire management funding boosted to $101M as B.C. prepares for dry season

In the wake of two record-breaking wildfire seasons in B.C., the provincial government is increasing the budget for wildfire management by 58 per cent to $101 million.

New Zealand PM wants gun laws changed after mosque shootings

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she will announce new gun laws within days, after a gunman killed 50 people in mass shootings at two mosques in the city of Christchurch.

Watch Nav perform 'Champion' and 'Wanted' at the 2019 Junos

The XO-signed rapper made his Juno Awards debut.

Intermittent closures coming to Burlington Lift Bridge Wednesday and Thursday

Drivers are told to expect short delays and warned to "exercise caution" while crossing the bridge.

Watch all the performances from the 2019 Juno gala dinner and awards

Port Cities, Hubert Lenoir, Exco Levi, Donovan Woods and Dizzy took the stage.

Saskatchewan budget 2019: How to follow CBC's coverage

CBC Saskatchewan will be home to all your budget coverage on March 20.

Rachel Notley calls Alberta election for April 16

One day after the Alberta government delivered its throne speech NDP Leader Rachel Notley says Albertans will go to the polls on April 16.

Prosecutors offer to drop prostitution charges against Patriots owner Kraft

Florida prosecutors have offered a plea deal to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and other men charged with paying for illicit sex at a massage parlour.

'Devastating' rolling blackouts if Muskrat fails with no guarantee of help from N.S.: NDP

NDP MHA Lorraine Michael pressed the Ball government for answers after last week's revelation that there's no contract with Nova Scotia to supply power to the Avalon if the link to Labrador fails.

Wellington County OPP find $300K in stolen cash stashed in storage locker

Wellington County OPP have recovered more than $300,000 stashed away in a storage locker, after an investigation into a series of thefts at a local business.

Power & Politics special: Federal budget 2019 LIVE

Host Vassy Kapelos and the Power Panel continue CBC's coverage of Bill Morneau's fourth budget, with interviews, reaction and analysis.

Chinese film festival to launch at City Cinema

A festival of Chinese films is about to launch at City Cinema in downtown Charlottetown — the Gbeck Future Film Festival. 

Bianca Andreescu: Where she stands and how she's like Roger Federer

Bianca Andreescu is one of the top 5 female tennis players in the world in terms of results so far this year. Tom Tebbutt explains the significance that has on her potential, and what players he'd compare her to.

Wilmot, Blandford-Blenheim to get provincial cash to cover 2018 flooding costs

Wilmot township is eligible for up to $214,000 under Municipal Disaster Recovery Assistance program to help cover costs of flooding in February 2018.