'Dark chapter in our history': federal gov't apologizes to Ahiarmiut for forced relocations
Seventy years after the federal government forcibly relocated Ahiarmuit away from their homeland, it’s apologizing to the 21 survivors and their families in Arviat, Nunavut, on Tuesday.
Russia escapes punishment from WADA for missed deadline
The World Anti-Doping Agency forgave Russia on Tuesday for its tardiness in turning over lab data, and then raised the spectre of an Olympic ban if that data is found to have been tampered with.
Hussen lashes out at Conservatives' 'half-baked' plan to 'militarize' the border
Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen is defending the Liberal approach to asylum seekers, insisting the Conservatives' proposed alternatives are "half-baked" and impractical.
Power restored in Coniston
A Hydro One equipment failure that caused a blackout in the community of Coniston today has been repaired.
How important is sleep to your health? Our health panel takes your questions live on YouTube
Feeling tired? You’re not alone — 60 per cent of Canadians struggle to get enough sleep. The National’s health panel answers your questions on YouTube at 4:30 p.m. ET Tuesday about sleep struggles and what can be done to get more meaningful Zs.
Hamilton airport getting closer to long-promised goal of 1M passengers
Passenger traffic has more than doubled over the past two years.
Trial of woman accused of killing daughter wrapping up
The judge deciding the fate of Lisa Batstone, the woman accused of killing her daughter, Teagan, is hearing closing arguments this week.
Triple killer Dellen Millard appeals conviction and sentence for father's murder
Triple killer Dellen Millard is appealing his first-degree murder conviction and sentence for the death of his father, arguing the outcome of his case was unreasonable.
Searchlight 2019: frequently asked questions
All you need to know to enter this year's contest.
La Loche still needs 'a lot of work' 3 years after school shooting
Three years after a deadly mass shooting, residents in La Loche, Sask., say they're still waiting on many services promised by the federal and provincial governments.
That nagging cough may be trying to tell you something
The New Brunswick Lung Association says tens of thousands of New Brunswickers with chronic coughs may have undiagnosed lung diseases.
Zimbabwe leader calls for calm as military accused of 'orchestrating' violence
Zimbabwe's president on Tuesday said "unacceptable" violence by security forces will be investigated after a days-long crackdown on economic unrest, while a doctor said the 12 documented deaths and more than 300 people wounded are likely "just a fraction of the actual victims."
Sugar consumption survey shows 'glimmer of good news'
Prince Edward Islanders are consuming less sugar, according to a new report from Statistics Canada, but an Island dietitian says it is not all good news.
Police arrest man following alleged spree of violent robberies
Toronto police arrested a man following an alleged spree of violent robberies in the city's west end Sunday that all occurred within an hour of each other.
Two Quebec filmmakers receive first-ever Academy Award nominations
Jeremy Comte's Fauve and Marianne Farley's Marguerite are competing against each other for the Oscar for best short live action film.
Maple Leafs GM downplays team's slide, says Matthews contract talks progressing
Toronto Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas says he isn't concerned about his team's current struggles, adding he views its current 3-7-0 stretch as a "great opportunity" for his young group to battle adversity.
David Eby set to talk money laundering with federal organized crime reduction minister
B.C. Attorney General David Eby and Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair are meeting in Vancouver on Tuesday morning.
Flames goalie surprises brother with autism with Harvey the Hound meet-and-greet
It was a dream meeting that Tomas Rittich had no idea was coming, and his genuine elation is obvious.
Parts of Muskrat Falls audit will be kept secret, commissioner rules
The Muskrat Falls inquiry continues today, with the commissioner ruling that parts of an independent audit will be kept behind closed doors.
As Quebec cuts immigration, premier calls for more newcomers from Europe
While in Paris, François Legault said Quebec should boost the number of French immigrants it accepts, because they will have an easier time integrating.
Other drivers putting children and school bus drivers at risk, says school bus company
The director of the school bus company in the Yukon says he's worried about the safety of children and his bus drivers on the Alaska Highway in Whitehorse. Ron Swizdaryk of Standard Bus Yukon spoke with Sandi Coleman.
Not getting enough sleep? Here's why it could be affecting your memory
Many people aren't getting enough sleep, and the consequences are far more serious than feeling dozy and worn out. New research indicates it can affect your ability to form long-term memories and retain things you learn, and may even have an impact on dementia.
Declare Toronto homelessness a humanitarian crisis, advocate group says
Holding R.I.P. signs in honour of Toronto residents who lost their lives to homelessness so far this year, councillors and other housing advocates called on the city to create an action plan to tackle the issue.
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Roma, The Favourite lead Oscar nominations with 10 each
The Favourite and Roma lead nominations announced today for the 91st Academy Awards with 10 each, including for best picture along with Black Panther, A Star is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody, Vice, BlacKkKlansman and Green Book.