Senators fall to Bruins in OT after frantic finish

Torey Krug scored 3:07 into overtime Sunday as the Boston Bruins defeated the Ottawa Senators 2-1. The final seven minutes of the third period were played at a frantic pace, with both teams coming close to ending it in regulation.

Family of 3 displaced by south Ottawa house fire

A family of three is temporarily homeless after fire broke out Sunday afternoon at a home in rural south Ottawa.

Edmontonians recognized as human rights heroes

Four Edmontonians were recognized for their human rights work at a special award ceremony on Sunday.

Boeser, Pettersson lead Canucks' steamrolling of Blues

Brock Boeser scored his second career hat trick while Elias Pettersson had a goal and four assists as the Vancouver Canucks beat the St. Louis Blues 6-1 on Sunday night.

1 in life-threatening condition after north-end Toronto collision

A male driver is in hospital with life-threatening injuries following a collision in Toronto's north end, police say.

Air Canada accused of 'lying' to customers to avoid paying up to $2,100 for lost luggage

A B.C. man whose Florida vacation was ruined after Air Canada lost his luggage, says agents never told him he could claim up to $2,100 for necessities while away. An airline passenger rights advocate says Air Canada is ‘lying’ to passengers to avoid paying compensation that is rightfully owed.

Game Wrap: Vancouver's Boeser and Pettersson combine to dismantle St. Louis

Brock Boeser scored a hat trick, and Elias Pettersson had a goal and 4 assists, as the Vancouver Canucks tore apart the St. Louis Blues 6-1.

Jets overwhelm Flyers with power-play outpouring

Winnipeg's power play struck three times and seven different players found the net as the Jets routed the visiting Philadelphia Flyers 7-1 on Sunday.

Watch the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final from Vancouver

Watch coverage of the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final from Vancouver, concluding with the gala on Sunday.

Jones tops Einarson to win 4th Canada Cup curling crown

Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones beat Kerri Einarson of Gimli, Man., 8-5 on Sunday to win her record fourth women's title at the Canada Cup. The 44-year-old skip calmly executed a long runback double takeout to score three in the ninth end.

Jennifer Jones wins Canada Cup after spectacular raise double in 9th end

Jones, facing a possible steal of one in the 9th end, pulled off an incredible raise double on her way to winning her 4th Canada Cup title, beating Kerri Einarsson's Winnipeg rink 8-5.

Top Moments from the ISU Grand Prix Final

CBC Sports recaps the winners from the ISU Grand Prix Final from Vancouver.

How is the cost of food changing the way you eat?

Food is going to get more expensive next year, according to Canada's Food Price Report 2019.

Metro Vancouver detached home values likely to drop in next property assessment

The real estate market in most parts of Metro Vancouver has softened over the last year and homeowners will see those changes reflected in their property assessments next spring.

Canada's finance ministers meet in Ottawa to discuss trade, competitiveness

The finance ministers from Canada's provinces and territories are meeting with their federal counterpart in Ottawa to discuss the country's economy, competitiveness and trade.

Huawei CFO argues she's not a flight risk, seeks bail to remain in Vancouver

Meng Wanzhou, the arrested executive for tech giant Huawei, says she's not a flight risk and has "longstanding ties" and "significant property holdings" in Vancouver, according to newly released court documents.

Leafs' Hyman suspended 2 games for hit on Bruins' McAvoy

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Zach Hyman was suspended for two games by the NHL on Sunday following his hit on Boston Bruins defenceman Charlie McAvoy on Saturday night.

Rapper The Game pulls out of Ranch Roadhouse performance following death of Edmonton man

American rapper The Game has pulled out of a performance at The Ranch Roadhouse in Edmonton following the death of a young man who was told to leave the bar on a freezing November night.

CBC charity drive: Test your trivia skills for a cause

As part of CBC Montreal's annual charity funding drive benefiting West Island Community Shares, teams of trivia buffs got together earlier this week to test their knowledge for the cause.

Puppets, music, and horse-drawn sleighs: North Okanagan play retells story of Inuit legend

The Caravan Farm Theatre is putting on a play called Sedna, which is based on an Inuit story about the goddess of the Arctic sea.

WW II veteran meets nephew of man he says saved his life

A veteran of the Second World War met the nephew of the man who took his place on the front lines just days before the end of the war — possibly saving his life.

Elite private school announced for Annapolis County

A $62M Grade 9-12 private school would attract students from Asia, Europe and North America and create economic spinoff for area, Annapolis County CAO says. The provincial government has made no financial commitment to the project.

First Nations coalition wants to take the lead on major construction projects

Tired of waiting for major construction projects to come to them, a growing coalition of First Nations is instead taking the lead on ventures to better control their economic futures.

River Plate wins contentious Copa Libertadores after relocation drama

One of the most anticipated matches in South American soccer finally came to a conclusion in Madrid on Sunday, with River Plate celebrating victory over fierce Argentine rival Boca Juniors in the twice-suspended final of the Copa Libertadores.

Mayor, TTC union asks province to step in on Presto card system transition

The union representing transit workers in Canada's most populous city is calling for the province to step in and fix what it describes as a faulty system intended to replace existing monthly transit passes.