Tyler Cayen sentenced to 2 years for his part in killing of Hay River man
Alexander Norwegian is a cousin to Tyler Cayen, one of the men responsible for his death, NWT Supreme Court heard on Thursday.
'Tolling your bridges and highways is wrong'
Premier Rachel Notley says Jason Kenney's plan for user fees on infrastructure means road tolls, a plan she is against.
From quadruple amputee to powerlifter: Why this woman will not quit
Elaine Dodge-Lynch lost her fingers and toes 4 years ago, but that hasn't slowed her down
Trump postpones Pelosi's diplomatic trip over ongoing shutdown
U.S. President Donald Trump is postponing what he's calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's "seven-day excursion" to Egypt, Afghanistan and Brussels in apparent payback for Pelosi asking him to reschedule his state of the union address because of the partial government shutdown.
Cat Lake First Nation declares state of emergency over illness, death from 'profoundly poor' housing
The leadership of Cat Lake First Nation has declared a state of emergency over what they're calling "profoundly poor conditions of housing," in the remote community that they say has led to "needless illnesses and related deaths."
How to age gracefully: Advice from a remarkable group of mature figure skaters
But when we asked these women to share their secrets to aging gracefully, it became clear that aging well is a state of mind
This Toronto police cadet just might be your #10YearChallenge competition
Ten years ago, Alain Arakaza can remember washing his clothes in a Nairobi river. He and his family fled to the East African country in 2007 because of the civil war that had broken out in nearby Burundi. Now, he's about to become a Toronto police officer.
Renovations to be revealed at La Loche, Sask., school where shooting took place
The mayor of a northern Saskatchewan community says there are mixed feelings as renovations to the high school are revealed three years after a deadly shooting.
Titanium trucking company fined $312K for fatal Highway 401 acid spill
The Titanium trucking company in Bolton, Ont., has been fined more than $312,000 for a 2017 acid spill that killed a truck driver who was doused in acid, injured the police officer who tried to save him, forced civilians and emergency responders to be decontaminated.
1 injured in shooting at Vanier restaurant
One person is in hospital and police are looking for three suspects in a shooting at a fast-food restaurant in Vanier Wednesday night.
Impact of Pelee Island plane crash still felt 15 years later
A winter flight to Windsor from Pelee Island in 2004 saw 10 people die after the aircraft crashed.
Crown appeals sex assault acquittal of Victoria massage technician
Prosecutors are appealing the acquittal of a Victoria massage specialist accused of fondling his clients, saying it's in the public interest to challenge the judgment.
Why aren't more women in politics? N.W.T. committee discusses
Women met in Detah Wednesday night to discuss the barriers keeping them from entering politics and, ultimately, the territory's legislative assembly.
1 person sent to hospital after 2 transport trucks crash on Highway 2
A major crash on the Trans-Canada Highway involving two transport trucks and a third vehicle injured one person Thursday morning, police say.
Chipman woman charged with attempted murder after stabbing
A Chipman woman has been charged with attempted murder after a stabbing in Salmon River.
My Parents / This Does Not Belong to You
A nonfiction book by Aleksandar Hemon.
Serena Ryder covers The Payolas' 1983 hit 'Eyes of a Stranger'
A new twist on the Payolas' hit that won single of the year at the 1983 Juno Awards.
Sudbury's hospital is dealing with a computer virus that's impacting its services -- we hear from a senior VP with the latest
Staff at Sudbury's Health Sciences North are dealing with a widespread computer virus. The hospital says technical difficulties began yesterday morning at around 8:00. The virus is affecting its information technology systems, resulting in delays with some hospital programs. HSN warns there may be longer wait times in the emergency room as a result. For the latest, HSN's Mark Hartman, senior vice President of Patient Experience and Digital Transformation, spoke with Up North host Waubgeshig Rice.
Sudbury News Update
News Update from CBC Sudbury
Weekend snowstorm, 'really cold' temperatures likely ahead for Hamilton
There could be 15 to 25 cm of snow in Hamilton starting Saturday, as a storm system approaches southern Ontario.
Heavy traffic stalling job growth in Kanata, tech firms complain
Gridlock in Ottawa's west end has created a roadblock to attracting high-tech talent, and business leaders want to know what city hall plans to do about it.
Tuition changes good and bad, says CUSA president
David Oladejo, president of the Carleton University Students' Association, shares his thoughts on the positive and negative effects of the changes to tuition in Ontario.
Huawei to grow Canadian R&D budget to make equipment more secure: president
The president of Huawei Canada says it will be getting a piece of the $2 billion US that its global Chinese parent will spend over five years to hire more software engineers to make its equipment more secure, resilient and efficient.
Science column: The world is getting too hot for comfort
We are in hot water, quite literally. The world's oceans are now the hottest ever recorded and that has scientists like our very own science columnist Torah Kachur wondering what can be done.
Major crash on Trans-Canada Highway involved 2 trucks
Crash happened Thursday morning between Fredericton and Woodstock