Man charged with murder in death of Grande Prairie man, 48
A 48-year-old man is dead following what Grande Prairie RCMP are describing as an “altercation” in an area east of the city's downtown.
Barkov's between-the-legs beaut helps Panthers beat Canadiens
Aleksander Barkov got his second career hat trick and made his case for goal of the year as the Florida Panthers beat the Montreal Canadiens 6-3 on Sunday night.
Education minister says UCP plan to scrap curriculum update 'outrageous'
Education Minister David Eggen is calling Jason Kenney`s plan to stop his government’s school curriculum revamp outrageous, dishonest and a political ploy to score points with UCP supporters.
Scotties opens with weekend of surprises
Some surprising results and a couple eyebrow-raising moments made for an interesting opening weekend at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Sydney, N.S.
CBC Atlantic Tonight February 17, 2019
A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.
'What's taking so long?': City's subpar snow clearing prompts groups to take action
Toronto cyclists fed up with ice-laden bike lanes are putting pressure on the city to live up to its snow removal commitments, as more and more residents vent their frustration with what they say is a lacklustre effort to clear roads, paths and sidewalks.
Up to 10 cm of snow coming to Toronto, Environment Canada says
Widespread snow associated with a passing low pressure system is expected to move into the region early this evening and end later Monday morning, Environment Canada says.
Violent sex offender arrested in Quebec after fleeing Vancouver halfway house
Joseph Davis was living in a Vancouver halfway house when he skipped town Monday in a newly-purchased Mercedes and attempted to flee across country. He was arrested in Quebec and is back in police custody.
Hip Check: Panthers' Barkov makes his case for goal of the year
Florida Panthers centre Aleksander Barkov scored a hat trick against the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday night, including this between-the-legs beauty.
First used Australian fighter jets land in Cold Lake, Alta
Two CF-18 fighter jets touched down in Cold Lake, Alta., this weekend as the first of 18 interim aircraft arrive in Canada over the next three years.
Road to the Olympic Games: World Cup bobsleigh
Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly program spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On this week's edition of the program, watch action from the bobsleigh World Cup stop in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Ducks retire former captain Scott Niedermayer's No. 27
The Anaheim Ducks raised Scott Niedermayer's No. 27 to the rafters at the Honda Center, honouring the Hall of Fame defenceman who helped lead the Ducks to their only Stanley Cup title in 2007.
Feb. 17, 2019: World Cup bobsleigh
The best four-man bobsleigh teams in the world compete in Lake Placid.
B.C. Finance Minister says budget will battle poverty, climate change
B.C. Finance Minister Carole James says the 2019 budget will invest in social, environmental and economic initiatives as other provinces across the country cut programs and rein in spending.
B.C. woman resurrects petition to make vaccinations mandatory in schools
A Maple Ridge, B.C. mother has restarted a petition to make vaccinations mandatory at public schools amid a measles outbreak in Vancouver where eight cases were reported at one school.
Landowner says CN hasn't reached out after train carrying oil derails on his ranch
While CN Rail publicly apologizes for a derailment that leaked crude oil onto a western Manitoba farm Saturday, the man who owns the land where cleanup efforts are now underway says he hasn't heard one word from the railway company.
Road to the Olympic Games: Alpine world ski championships
Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly program spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On this week's edition of the program, watch action from the alpine world ski championships in Åre, Sweden.
Here's how to make the most of Family Day 2019
Local museums, art galleries and sugar bushes will all be open tomorrow — and don't forget about the last weekend of Winterlude, either.
Justice for Jassi | The Children of Sainte-Justine
JUSTICE FOR JASSI: A young woman from B.C. was killed during a visit to India in the year 2000. Her mother and uncle allegedly planned it because she married a poor Indian rickshaw driver.
Burnaby byelection breakdown: a who's who of candidates
Advancing polling is now open in a byelection that sets the stage for October's federal election.
Canada's Mark Arendz earns 10th career para Nordic world championships medal
Canada's Mark Arendz skied to his 10th career world para Nordic ski championship podium finish after winning the silver medal in the 10-kilometre cross-country skate-ski race on Sunday.
Missionaries land safely in Calgary after fleeing unrest in Haiti
A dozen missionaries working in Haiti landed safely at the Calgary airport on Sunday after violent riots centred in the country's capital stranded them for days.
Has Wilson-Raybould's resignation shaken your confidence in the Trudeau government?
Unanswered questions are lingering after federal MP Jody Wilson-Raybould resigned from her cabinet position on Tuesday.
Man, woman charged with abducting 7-year-old girl
A man and a woman have been charged with abducting a seven-year-old Ottawa girl who was reported missing early Saturday morning.
Missing woman Karen Mercer found alive, say police
Karen Mercer had been missing since Feb. 13. Police confirm she was found alive.