Emergency crews respond to wildfire near Lytton

The BC Wildfire Service estimates the fire is around 2 hectares, and is visible from Highway 1 across the Fraser River.

Man rescued, dog killed in Champlain Heights townhouse fire

Officials said 10 firefighters were needed to get the man out of the basement to safety.

Yoga class aims to fill 'dearth' of activities for those with brain injuries

A new program in Halifax aims to help people with brain injuries restore some calm to their lives through meditation and yoga. 

HOLD: Raptors' 2nd-round fortunes lie in the large hands of Kawhi Leonard and Marc Gasol

After an easy Round 1 victory over the Orlando Magic, the Toronto Raptors are preparing for a much tougher challenge against the Philadelphia 76ers. Trade additions Kawhi Leonard and Marc Gasol should feature prominently.

How Charlottetown police are bridging language gaps in their community

Interpreters are now being recruited and trained by the P.E.I. Association for Newcomers to Canada to assist city police.

When seconds seemed like hours: The night 4 Miramichi teens crashed to their deaths

When emergency responders arrived at the scene of the SUV crash that claimed the lives of four teenagers in Miramichi last Saturday, all they could see were four tires sticking out of the water.

Students from Amherst, N.S. raise pollution awareness with plastic bag mural

Students from every grade at Spring Street Academy in Amherst helped collect single-use plastic bags to create the mural.

Baffinland must clarify effects on narwhal before expansion of Nunavut iron ore mine

Nunavut Impact Review Board says Baffinland must hold a second technical meeting before moving ahead with planned expansion at Mary River mine.

OHIP+ changes force Hamilton student into health dilemma with risky consequences

The provincial government has taken away access to free prescription drugs for people under 25 if they have private insurance  — a move that's left one Hamilton student with a chronic illness forced to make a tough decision with dangerous consequences.

Fred Penner is helping Fred Penner the beagle find a home

The musician and star of the former CBC TV show Fred Penner's Place has taken up the cause of an eight-year-old beagle in Nova Scotia named after him who needs a home.

Industry challenges DFO's assessment of Atlantic mackerel stocks

A bleak Canadian government assessment of the Atlantic mackerel population is too pessimistic according to some in the Nova Scotia fishing industry.

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Northern Peninsula forest industry's potential revival hits roadblocks with campaign underway

The company proposing to construct a $20-million pellet plant in Hawkes Bay struggling to find investors and dealing with personnel changes, sources say.

Threatened Risteen building in Fredericton considered for heritage designation

The City of Fredericton has halted any work on the Risteen building in downtown Fredericton for 60 days, so council can assess whether the property should be brought under the heritage preservation bylaw.

No charges to be laid against Vale after investigation of potentially toxic slag run-off

Environment Canada has decided not to lay charges against Vale for potentially dangerous run-off coming from its Sudbury slag piles. But the mining company is currently installing a new system for controlling seepage, which it says is unrelated to the government investigation.

Malaysian climber at hospital after 2 days alone on Annapurna

A Malaysian mountain climber was being treated in a hospital in Nepal's capital Friday after being stranded nearly two days alone near the summit of Annapurna.

The unlikely rise of the Toronto Raptors

Twenty four years ago the Toronto Raptors were named the newest team in basketball - and the first franchise outside of the United States. In the years that followed, the team would go from widespread public indifference, to one of the most successful teams in the NBA. The Raptors are in the middle of their most successful period as a franchise; with six straight playoff berths under their belt, and a prospective finals push on the horizon. Today on Front Burner, we sit down with longtime voice of the Toronto Raptors, Jack Armstrong, to track the teams unlikely rise. For more about Armstrong visit

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Shooting of Pat Musitano the latest in a deadly string of mob-related violence

Pat Musitano, reputed scion of the Hamilton crime family that shares his name, was shot Thursday after reportedly leaving a meeting with his lawyer. He remains in life-threatening condition.

There's going to be less 'forest' in the Forest City area, thanks to provincial cuts

The region's top tree planter says slashing the 50 million tree program will hinder local reforestation efforts in the London area and cause financial turbulence for some private nurseries.

'I have to draw the line'

Arnprior residents John McLaughlan, Geoffrey White and Marc Bissonnette say the convoy's intended message has been 'polluted' by alleged ties to yellow vest protesters, who have been accused of harbouring racism.

Organizers deny allegations of racism

Jay Riedel says the goal of the United We Roll convoy was to bring Canada together.