'I want this so bad,' and now Bianca Andreescu plunges head first into stardom
After defeating Angelique Kerber to win the prestigious BNP Paribas Tennis Open at Indian Wells on Sunday, Canada's Bianca Andreescu recalled a third-set meeting with her coach that “gave her chills.” Others believe it could be the springboard to a long-lasting tennis career.
GRCA terminates flood warning as flows recede
GRCA says all flood warnings and watches issued from March 13 to March 16 have been terminated.
New Zealand mourns after mosque massacre
An attack on a New Zealand mosque on March 15, 2019, took the lives of 50 worshippers and left dozens more wounded when a gunman opened fire and live-streamed the shootings.
'New Zealand is not perfect': Maori playwright says mosque attacks weren't unprecedented
David Geary, a university instructor, says many people want to believe New Zealand is a peaceful 'sanctuary.' But given its history of conflict with the country's Indigenous peoples — and growing anti-Muslim rhetoric — that's not the case.
Federal government settles Kitigan Zibi land claims
The federal government has settled a number of land claims by the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation and signed a memorandum of understanding on reconciliation.
Do you like 'Nessun dorma'? Here are 9 other tenor arias to give you chills
There are so many tenor arias that can thrill you the way "Nessun dorma" does. Here are nine of them.
Oil prices, TSX rise after OPEC extends production cuts to June
Oil prices and the TSX moved higher Monday after OPEC scrapped its planned meeting in April and said it will decide whether to extend output cuts in June.
Man points gun at off-duty police officer, pulls trigger, but weapon fails: police union
A Winnipeg police officer had a gun pointed at him while he was walking to his car after a shift on Sunday, but the weapon failed to fire, says the union that represents police officers.
MLBPA chief praises Blue Jays for hiking minor league pay
Union head Tony Clark lauded the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday for giving minor league players a 50 per cent raise, and he hopes other clubs do the same. Minor league players are not paid during spring training or the off-season.
About 40 Bolton, Ont. residents still out of homes due to Humber River flood waters
About 40 Bolton, Ont. residents remain out of their homes due to flooding caused by ice jams on the Humber River on the weekend.
Staff crunch puts summer vacation on hold for nurses at 2 N.S. hospitals
Nurses at two Nova Scotia hospitals are being told summer vacation requests can’t be approved until staffing shortages are addressed.
Child in critical condition after 2 people hit by car in Winnipeg
A child is in hospital in critical condition after two people were hit by a car near Winnipeg's Slaw Rebchuk Bridge.
Mahdi the Magician does not quit
After almost giving up on his dream, Mahdi Gilbert now performs for huge crowds around the world. Filmmaker Jason D'Souza.
ASHS performs new music from '3am, Pt.2'
ASHS performs new music from '3am, Pt.2'
Protestor charged with assault after weekend clash
A 30-year-old Charlottetown man has been charged after two groups of protestors clashed in Charlottetown on the weekend.
How the daughter of Dubai's ruler tried to escape a controlling, powerful regime
A year ago, Princess Latifa tried to leave her wealthy family, saying she was being held against her will. She fled with the help of a former spy, but was captured. What happened to her is a mystery. Watch now.
17 candidates crowd ballot for Rideau-Rockcliffe byelection
It's a packed byelection race to replace Tobi Nussbaum on April 15.
With high-tech glasses, Japanese DJ with ALS makes the beat go on
The music booms and lights flash as DJ Masatane Muto uses his eyes to put on a show in Tokyo. Muto, who lost the use of his hands to Lou Gehrig's Disease, wears a pair of high-tech glasses to control music-mixing software.
2 ships collide in the night in Vancouver Harbour
Transportation Safety Board sending a team of investigators after the two large freighters collided just after midnight.
Surprise! Lights completely shocks a music class performing her song
The Mayfield Magnetics music class got a big surprise when Lights popped in during their performance of her hit "Giants."
Multiple Winnipeg police officers assaulted in less than 24 hours over the weekend
Several Winnipeg police officers were assaulted on the job in less than 24 hours on Saturday, police say, including some with weapons and others with a vehicle.
NBAer Cory Joseph gets Arlene Dickinson's help to buy a business for after he retires
Arlene helps Indiana Pacers guard Cory Joseph and his sister Danielle search for a small business that will support him and his family after he retires from the NBA. Watch now.
An asterisk and a vest top Alan Doyle's Juno highlights
Splash'N Boots won Children's Record of the Year, which Doyle produced.
Canadian teen Felix Auger-Aliassime advances at Miami Open qualifying
Canadian teenager Felix Auger-Aliassime advanced to the final round of qualifying at the Miami Open tennis tournament with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 win over Italy's Luca Vanni.
The heartbreaking secret behind Brahms' Lullaby
While there's no question of the beauty of Brahms' Lullaby, it turns out there's also a heartbreaking love story behind the song.