Cam Levins obliterates Canadian men's record in marathon debut
In his marathon debut, Cam Levins of Black Creek, B.C., stopped the clock in two hours nine minutes 25 seconds to shatter Jerome Drayton’s 43-year-old Canadian men’s record of 2:10:09 on a brisk Sunday morning at the Toronto Waterfront event.
Kinsey Middleton top Canadian woman at Toronto Waterfront Marathon
Kinsey Middleton of Guelph, Ont., finished as the top Canadian woman, stopping the clock in 2:32:09 in her Toronto Waterfront debut.
Saskatoon police issue 1st ticket for using cannabis in a car
Saskatoon police issued a ticket on Saturday morning for consuming cannabis inside a vehicle.
Man facing impaired driving charge after early-morning crash on Pembina
Pembina Highway near Bishop Grandin Boulevard was closed to traffic for hours, with a red PT Cruiser missing its bumper and a black pickup truck on its side. Both were heavily damaged.
More than 5,000 in Waterfront Marathon brave cold to raise funds for charity
More than 5,000 runners in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon braved the cold on Sunday to raise funds for nearly 200 local charities.
Bahrain's Mimi Belete breaks women's course record at Toronto Waterfront Marathon
Ethiopian born Mimi Belete, who competes internationally for Bahrain, set a women's course record with a personal best time of 2:22:29.
The Ottawa area's fall rhapsody — in photos
Autumn is a special time in the Ottawa area, as the region becomes overrun with the vibrant hues of yellow, red and orange. We asked you for your best photos — and you responded.
Watch Grand Prix of Figure Skating: Skate America
Watch coverage from Skate America, the first Grand Prix of Figure Skating event of the season where Canadians such as Nam Nguyen and Kevin Reynolds will be competing.
Could the Okanagan's transit future be hydrogen powered rail?
A German engineer is in the Okanagan this week to speak at the Kelowna Innovation Centre about a new form of transportation called hydrail and whether it's a fit for the Okanagan.
Brandon Banks will miss rest of Tiger-Cats' season due to injury
Brandon Banks, wide receiver for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, will miss the rest of the 2018 season with a broken clavicle.
Miramichi entrepreneur wins national award
Ten years ago, Lisa Williams says she had no job, no place to live and didn't know what she wanted to do. When her father asked what she was going to do, she told him she didn't know, but had been happiest working for a startup company that helped seniors.
Support pours in for Selma Blair after she shares MS diagnosis
Actress Selma Blair announced she is dealing with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
About 30 injured after floor collapse at SC apartment party
Dozens of people were hurt after the 1st floor of a clubhouse in South Carolina collapsed during a party early Sunday. Partygoers were dancing and jumping when a large portion of the floor gave way.
Here's who's running in Ward 13 in Dundas and Flamborough
Dundas shares a councillor with parts of rural Flamborough now that Hamilton has new ward boundaries.
Thousands of migrants resume their trek toward U.S.
A huge crowd of migrants are marching through southern Mexico, headed for the U.S. border on Sunday. It is not immediately clear if Mexican authorities plan again to try to stop the march, which has swelled to some 5,000 people.
Northern Pulp confirms effluent leak at Pictou Landing
The company says immediate action was taken to stop the leak after it was reported Sunday morning, a day after Northern Pulp began its annual maintenance shutdown.
Hamilton port sees strong year so far
The port authority president says infrastructure investments meant Hamilton could take advantage of a "perfect storm" this year.
Former owner of New York Islanders, tech company founder dies at 74
Charles Wang, the former owner of New York Islanders and technology company founder, has died at age 74 in New York.
Man dead after early morning shooting at Edmonton community hall
An early morning shooting at a community hall in south Edmonton claimed the life of a 37-year-old man.
U.S. government sued over climate change | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley
A group of young people angry over inaction on climate change have taken the U.S. government to court. The group says their constitutional rights are being violated by a fossil fuel industry that's damaging the environment and putting their future at risk.
5 races to watch in Monday's municipal election in Waterloo region
The outcome of these five races will affect the course of the next four years for communities across the region.
Winnipeg group treats man badly hurt in bus shelter attack to John Mellencamp tickets
A Winnipeg man recovering from a violent assault on Portage Avenue got a touch of kindness this week.
Kennedy Stewart elected mayor of Vancouver
For the first time in more than three decades, Vancouver has elected an independent mayor, choosing Kennedy Stewart from a crowded field of contenders.
Family refusing to discharge father from St. Anthony hospital
Daniel Rumboldt says his family is refusing to let their father be discharged from hospital after they were told by staff that he'd be sent home to make room for other patients.
Kenya's Benson Kipruto wins Toronto Waterfront Marathon
Benson Kipruto ended fellow Kenyan Philemon Rono's two-year title reign with a winning time of 2:07:24.