Maple Leafs, Bruins no strangers to nail-biting Game 7 showdown
Tuesday's Boston Bruins-Toronto Maple Leafs contest (CBCSports.ca, 7 p.m. ET) marks the fifth Game 7 in history between the Original Six rivals. All four so far have featured third-period comebacks.
Toronto Wolfpack rally for late rugby win over Featherstone Rovers
Late tries by Andrew Dixon and Matty Russell lifted the Toronto Wolfpack to a 23-14 win over Featherstone Rovers in Betfred Championship rugby league play Monday.
Toronto Wolfpack rally to bash Barrow Raiders
Blake Wallace and Gareth O'Brien scored three tries apiece as the Toronto Wolfpack rallied from a 12-0 deficit Friday to beat Barrow Raiders 52-26 in Betfred Championship rugby league play.
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News Update from CBC Montreal
Which city is better for workouts ... Edmonton or Calgary?
Columnist Chris Tse is here with his battle of Alberta ... fitness edition.
Post-election government document archiving
Who saves important documents following a change of government? There's a librarian for that. Katie Cuyler is a public services and government information librarian at the University of Alberta.
Part of Line 1 to close early on 2 nights this week
Subway commuters, take note: a portion of Line 1 is scheduled to close earlier than usual on Wednesday and Thursday evenings so crews can do signal upgrades.
Quebec premier speaks after flood tour LIVE
Quebec Premier Francois Legault takes questions following his tour of flooding in the Outaouais Region and meeting with local officials
Canadians Peterman, Gallant keep rolling at mixed doubles curling worlds
Canada's Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant improved to 3-0 at the world mixed doubles curling championship with a 9-0 win over Belarus on Monday in Stavanger, Norway.
Companies actively drilling in Canada tumbles by 40% since 2014 oil price crash, finds report
A research report by AltaCorp Capital shows the number of companies actively drilling in Canada has declined by 40 per cent since the oil price crash of late 2014.
Floodwaters to peak Monday in Fredericton, still rising further south
The flood along the St. John River will peak in Fredericton and Maugerville on Monday but the water levels in Oak Point, Quispamsis-Saint John, Jemseg and Sheffield will continue to climb over the next 48 hours.
Kenyan family kept out of Canada after years of denied visa requests.
All she wants is to spend the summer with her family, but after dozens of attempts to get a visiting visa, this woman is out of ideas. Sila Kisoso joins Marcy Markusa in studio.
Flooding risk continues in Montreal area, but no evacuation orders yet
Residents, city workers, the military and emergency responders are working together to prepare for the flooding by digging dikes and piling sandbags around homes.
Firefighters rescue unconscious man from Saskatoon apartment fire
Firefirghters pulled an unconscious man from a burning apartment building in Saskatoon Monday morning.
Quebec flooding forces evacuation of 2,300 homes
Flooding from the spring thaw and rain has affected more than 2,300 homes in Quebec and 1,500 residents have been evacuated, according to the latest numbers by Urgence Québec. Hundreds of Canadian soldiers were helping volunteers fill and stack sandbags.
Charlottetown scraps pool fee at Simmons Sports Centre
Charlottetown council has decided in the recent annual budget to waive the fees to use the pool at Simmons Sports Centre.
Toronto FC president downplays rift with Jozy Altidore over Italian trainer
Toronto FC president Bill Manning is downplaying a post-game outburst by Jozy Altidore, saying his star striker didn't have all the information concerning the absence of a valued trainer.
Aerial view of the flooding in Ottawa and the Outaouais.
'A really magical food': Bread lovers and bakers in Sask. share their tips and favourites
Mark Dyck says the connection to family and bakers make the food so special
Sri Lanka to grant military sweeping powers after 290 killed in Easter attacks
Sri Lanka's president is set to give the military sweeping wartime powers a day after a string of bombings at churches and luxury hotels killed 290 people and wounded about 500.
2 men hurt in fire at Leduc County mobile home park
Two men suffered burns after a fire broke out Monday at a mobile home park southeast of Edmonton, gutting one trailer and badly damaging two more.
Man in life-threatening condition after industrial accident in Etobicoke
A man is in life-threatening condition after an industrial accident in Etobicoke late Monday morning.
Sri Lanka bombings likely orchestrated by outside force, expert says
We hear updates and reaction on the attacks in Sri Lanka, including what the massacre could mean for an already fractured community.
Earth Day is no longer relevant
The planet now finds itself in grave danger. We're way beyond holding a day once a year to raise awareness on the issue.