Canadiens sign Paul Byron to 4-year contract extension
The Montreal Canadiens have agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension with forward Paul Byron. The deal, which has an average annual value of $3.4 million US, was announced Sunday.
Pipeline plan inches forward as David Suzuki slams Canada's environment minister | Sunday Scrum
The federal government says it has a plan to get the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline back on track, while David Suzuki is urging Environment Minister Catherine McKenna to step down, calling her an 'apologist for the government' over its support of the pipeline.
Police investigate teen's death as Hamilton's 6th homicide of the year
The death of a young man is being investigated as Hamilton's sixth homicide of the year, police say, after an early morning incident in the city's east end.
Man in critical condition following single-vehicle collision in St. Vital
Winnipeg police say the driver was on St.Mary's Road when his vehicle somehow went off the road near Springside Drive.
CBCNL photo gallery for the week of Sept. 24
Non-Indigenous residential school survivor recounts his attempt to run away
Wild at Heart ready to release rescued snapping turtles
Your North: Best reader photos for the weeks of Aug. 20, 27, Sept. 3
Christine Blasey Ford, who says Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her, agrees to testify
Stabbing outside downtown Calgary club leaves 1 in serious condition
Rouhani says group behind military parade attack financed by Gulf states
Whitehorse shoppers look for good finds at new thrift store
Bill Cosby sentencing is new milestone for #MeToo movement
Ontario researchers 3D-print piece of new skull for dog with cancer
Pride marchers take to the streets in Thompson, Man.
Corporate welfare, the Koch brothers and being 'authentic': Maxime Bernier in conversation
Our Ottawa - September 22, 2018
Man critically injured in downtown St. Catharines shooting: police
Here's where to find food, shelter 2 days after tornadoes
Body of missing fisherman Glen DesRoches found
Tornado an 'emotional rollercoaster' for Ottawa residents