Dundas council hopefuls say VanderBeek doesn't call people back
As Hamilton-wide issues go, a Canadian Tire replacing a Metro grocery store isn't a big one. But for some Dundas residents, it represents a bigger beef — they don't feel like they hear enough from Arlene VanderBeek.
Manon Massé on Québec Solidaire's revolution
Manon Massé speaks about the "revolution" her party will bring to the province if elected.
'A long, long fall': Few, if any, celebrities have plummeted farther than Bill Cosby
When it comes to a fall from grace among the most iconic of celebrities, there may be no one who has plummeted as spectacularly as Bill Cosby.
Watch the 2018 world judo championships
Watch live matches from the 2018 world judo championships in Baku, Azerbaijan. Coverage continues Wednesday with action in the men's and women's heavyweight divisions.
(Live at 8:00 am ET) 2018 World Judo Mixed Team Championships on CBC: Men's -73kg / -90kg / 90kg, Women's -57kg / -70kg / 70kg - Bronze finals, Gold medal finals
From the National Gymnastics Arena, Baku, Azerbaijan
Windsor mayoral candidates have big ideas for city
The field of candidates range from someone who wants to bring a second casino, theme park and aquarium to the city and others who commit to job creation, investing in roads and hiring an auditor general at city hall.
Jury trial begins for accused Edson killer allegedly obsessed with his 14-year-old victim
A three-week jury trial is underway in Hinton. Tyrell Perron, 23, is charged with first degree murder and offering an indignity to a dead body. On March 4, 2016, a 14-year-old Edson girl was stabbed and smothered. The jury has been told Perron was "obsessed" with her.
Richmond's dull mayoral campaign offset by dynamic council battle
Do most Richmond voters care more about hot-button issues around development and race or more traditional municipal issues?
Juanita Taylor is the new face of Northbeat
"I want to be that clear voice and friendly smile that people all across the North will see and welcome into their home as a source of their news of the day," says Juanita Taylor, the newest host of CBC Northbeat.
Parents, volunteers pitch in to build new playground at École La-Belle-Cloche
It has been a busy start to the school year at École La-Belle-Cloche in Rollo Bay, P.E.I. — including outdoors, as work gets underway on a new playground.
Russian-Canadian Pussy Riot activist regains consciousness after suspected poisoning
A member of the Russian protest group Pussy Riot says he's recovering after two weeks in intensive care for a suspected poisoning, while a fellow activist suggested he could have been targeted for looking into the killings of Russian journalists in Africa.
How Ottawa is reading New Brunswick's wild election result
The election results out of New Brunswick don’t offer much in the way of clarity. The party that got the most votes failed to win the most seats. No party won a majority.
Federal use of A.I. in visa applications could breach human rights, report says
A new report is warning about the federal government's interest in using artificial intelligence to screen and process immigrant files, saying it could create discrimination, as well as privacy and human rights breaches.
Man taken to hospital without vital signs after hit and run in Scarborough
A man has been rushed to hospital without vital signs after a hit and run in Scarborough early Wednesday.
Plants colour their fruits to flag down the right animals
Why are raspberries red and bananas yellow? A scientific debate has raged for decades about whether plants evolve to produce fruits of particular colours to attract particular animals to help spread their seeds. A new study appears to have finally settled it.
Record-breaking rainfall brought flooded streets, power outages
Windsor-Essex experienced a record-breaking amount of rainfall on Tuesday.
Canada's trade outreach to China may be driving a wedge into NAFTA talks
As Donald Trump's trade representative says 'a fair amount of distance' is keeping Canada and the U.S. from coming together in time for this fall's NAFTA deadline, trade with another country may be on their minds: China.
Man shot on Jessica Private in south Ottawa
Ottawa police are investigating after a man in his 20s was shot off Hunt Club Road.
Teenaged boy charged with sexual assaults after incidents on school bus
A family in Newfoundland is disappointed by the school district's response, after alleged sexual assaults took place on their eight-year-old daughter's school bus.
Rod Rosenstein's future is in doubt, removal could imperil the Mueller probe
Not long ago, the idea of removing Rod Rosenstein seemed improbable. And yet doubts about the deputy attorney general's future are taking shape this week and his ouster could provoke a constitutional crisis.
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Calgary woman rejects Co-op apology after being followed by store detective
Calgary Co-op is apologizing to a black woman who says she felt racially profiled when she was followed through their Crowfoot store.
From cocktail bitters to canola oil: why Alberta's oldest industry has people excited
Alberta's agri-food sector has big ambitions.