Canadian NAFTA negotiators 'digging in' as Freeland resumes talks in Washington

Chrystia Freeland thanked Canadians for their support of her team after negotiators worked through the night in Washington leading up to the resumption of high-level trade negotiations with the Trump administration.

Calgary jurors to decide whether rejected rapist guilty of 1st or 2nd degree murder

Prosecutor Carla MacPhail told jurors at Curtis Healy's first-degree murder trial they should have no doubt he is guilty as charged. Healy's own lawyer says he is guilty. WARNING: Details in this story are graphic.

'Supply management is very, very important'

Ontario Trade Minister Jim Wilson joined Power & Politics Wednesday to discuss his trip to Washington and the Ontario government's position on NAFTA talks.

Mother of Alysha Paul calls for improved safety measures

Alysha Paul was struck by a pick up truck and killed hours after being reunited with her family. Her mother thinks her death could have been avoided and wants to see safety measures improved.

Superstack dismantling will begin in 2020, Vale says

Mining giant Vale says that the Superstack will be standing on Sudbury’s skyline until 2020, at which point the iconic structure will be slowly taken apart.

Man charged with attempted murder after stabbing on Edmonton LRT platform

A 24-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder in connection with what police called an "unprovoked" stabbing Tuesday morning on an Edmonton LRT platform.

Record for 'world's largest Caesar cocktail' set at International Plow Match

The attempt to make the world's largest Caesar cocktail is happening at the International Plowing Match Wednesday, where they will use the same glass from Snoop Dogg's record-breaking performance of Gin and Juice.

Enjoy a long weekend of live music at the Up + Downtown music festival

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'It's the heart of Villeray': Community centre fears losing space to CSDM

The future of a community centre in Montreal’s Villeray neighbourhood is in question, leaving some concerned that its services may be split up across the borough.

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Flooding a major issue after Florence hits Carolinas

Emergency officials are urging people to be careful as waters rise following Hurricane Florence, which has weakened but is still bringing heavy rain to communities in its path.

Norwegian blogger posts picture online, gets fined for illegal hunting in Yukon

Yukon conservation officers asked Tonje Blomseth if she had shot a ptarmigan. She said no. Then they showed her the photo they found on Facebook.

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Mayoral candidates had three minutes to share their environmental platforms

For the first time in this election, mayoral candidate shared the stage. Seven out of eight took part in a forum on environmental policy at the University of Winnipeg Tuesday night.

Terror Squad 101: Profiler offers rare peek into inner workings of Saskatoon drug gang at murder trial

The murder trial of alleged gang member Shaylin Sutherland-Kayseas plunged into the rituals and code of the notorious but little-understood gang Tuesday, thanks to the testimony of the police officer tasked with tracking the Terror Squad.

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Midweek podcast: NAFTA pressure ramps up and does floor crossing pay off?

This week on the midweek podcast, Chris digs into the latest on the NAFTA talks with Laura Dawson as prominent U.S. politicians vent about Canada's negotiating tactics. Then, University of Montreal PhD student Semra Sevi walks us through her analysis of the risks of political floor crossing - does the gamble work?

Election Day 28: Announcements focus on students, fishermen and workers

As the 2018 election campaign nears an end, leaders of the Liberal, Progressive Conservative and New Democrat parties all made platform announcements Wednesday.

Teary-eyed Ronaldo tossed in Champions League debut for Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo has been sent off in his first Champions League match for Juventus and walked off the pitch in tears. He was dismissed in the 29th minute after tangling with Jeison Murillo and appeared to put his hand on the Valencia defender's head.

The NY Times wrote his first obit in 1980 — but prankster Alan Abel died last week at 94

Celebrated hoaxster Alan Abel was known for fooling everyone from The New York Times to the U.S. State Department with his elaborate pranks. And, on one occasion, he successfully targeted As it Happens.