Snow and ice sets in across New Brunswick

Snow is spreading eastward across New Brunswick this morning as today's storm sweeps across the Maritimes. Some parts of the province may see 50 centimetres of snow over the course of Sunday.

United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay leaves passengers stuck on board for over 13 hours

A United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay Airport Saturday night has resulted in a lengthy stay on the tarmac for passengers stranded on the aircraft.

Frostbite risk with -28 C wind chill as Hamilton digs out from snowstorm

Some parts of Hamilton were hit with as much as 50 cm of snow during this weekend's storm.

Severe winter storm slams Quebec

Across Quebec, Environment Canada is warning of winter storm conditions as falling snow, strong winds, cold and extensive blowing snow are expected.

DNA ancestry tests, food waste and juice gets squeezed: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including why Bell wants to track its customers, problematic plumbing, and trying to go plastic free at the grocery store.

Storm sweeps across Maritimes bringing snow, freezing rain and high winds

Snow, heavy rain and high winds are hitting the Maritime provinces today, with winter storm warnings in effect across New Brunswick and most of P.E.I. and rain and wind warnings in Nova Scotia.

St. Stephen woman dies in ATV crash

A 51-year-old St. Stephen, N.B., woman has died after an ATV crash in McAdam. RCMP responded to a report of a crash on Saunders Road at 6:50 a.m. on Saturday after someone came across the crash site.

Facebook apologizes for removing posts selling sealskin products — again

Facebook users in the North say they're frustrated the social media giant is removing posts selling sealskin products. Facebook said it's looking into the issue.

Gunshots fired at home in northeast Calgary

Police say no-one was injured in the shooting, which happened at about 2:45 a.m. in the 100 block of Coral Springs Boulevard N.E.

Toronto still under extreme cold warning as city digs out from storm

Sunday night is forecast to be extremely cold in Toronto as a weather warning remains in place, a day after a winter storm brought about nine centimetres of snow to the city, leaving roads slippery and hard to navigate.

Community cycling hubs get things rolling for biking advocates in Scarborough

A new report suggests pent up demand for cycling infrastructure in Scarborough, despite the widespread belief in the suburbs that the car is king. A City cycling plan identifies 'sidewalk-level boulevard trails' as a way of creating separated multi-use paths without impacting automobile traffic.

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Roger Federer, 2-time defending champ, upset at Australian Open

Two-time defending champion Roger Federer has been upset in the fourth round of the Australian Open by Stefanos Tsitsipas, who becomes the first player from Greece to reach the quarterfinals at a major.

U.S. diocese, school apologize after students mock Indigenous demonstrator

A diocese in Kentucky has apologized after videos emerged showing students from an all-male Catholic high school mocking Indigenous Americans outside the Lincoln Memorial after a rally in Washington.

Tragic 1996 ascent of Everest transformed into art by Calgary Opera

Calgary Opera's new production of Everest hits the stage at the same time the legendary arts company welcomes a new artistic director and general director

Tech solutions to overdose crisis raise questions of accessibility and practicality

A smartphone app developed by researchers at the University of Washington acts as an alarm system that can detect when someone overdoses.

Former U.S. Federal Prosecutor weighs in on BuzzFeed allegations

Former U.S. Federal Prosecutor Roland Riopelle says the BuzzFeed report is big and potentially an impeachable offense if Mueller has evidence confirming this.

Woman missing since November has been found safe

A 29-year-old Nelson House woman last seen in November has been safely located, RCMP say.

Book on Saskatoon organist's life captures complicated father-son relationship

Mark Abley said his father was 'devoted to music' and spent many years in Saskatoon.

Shiffrin wins World Cup super-G as Vonn ponders retirement

It's been several seasons now that Mikaela Shiffrin has been taking over from Lindsey Vonn as the top racer on the U.S. Ski Team — and as the overall World Cup leader. The succession may have been completed Sunday, when Shiffrin won a super-G and Vonn announced it might have been her final race on the circuit after failing to finish.

Next of pin: Do you know who owned this N.L. municipal pin collection?

Alex McPhee may have found evidence of someone in Newfoundland and Labrador who shared his particular passion.

Her knees in pain, Lindsey Vonn considers immediate retirement

After failing to finish a World Cup super-G on Sunday as she battles pain in both of her knees, American skier Lindsey Vonn said immediate retirement "is a possibility but I'm emotional right now. I have to really think clearly about that. It's not a decision I make lightly or quickly."

Canadians Phelan, Serwa crowd the podium at World Cup ski cross event

Canada's Brittany Phelan and Kelsey Serwa scored silver and bronze medals, respectively, at a ski cross World Cup event in Idre Fjall, Sweden on Sunday.

Millarville, Alta. woman giving away $1.7M home in letter writing contest

Alla Wagner's $1.7-million property in Millarville, Alta. could be yours — for a small entry fee and some creative pencraft.

'Suitable words of advice' given to Prince Philip for driving without seatbelt

Prince Philip received a warning from police after he was photographed apparently driving without a seat belt, just two days after he was involved in a crash while at the wheel.