Is Bell Park amphitheatre the show-stopper Sudbury was promised 10 years ago?
It's been 10 years since Sudbury city council decided to go ahead with a $5 million rebuild of the Bell Park amphitheatre. But some think the concert venue hasn't been the big hit it could have been.
Adult playgrounds 'reignite' childhood joy, but is that a good thing?
A new indoor playground designed for adults has opened in Toronto, part of a trend gaining popularity worldwide. Despite being good fun, some experts say they can help adults deal with stress and emotional issues. Others say it's time we all just grew up a little. We hear both sides of the argument.
PSSST! Want a well-used former CTrain car?
After decades of serving commuters, it's an ignominious ending for many of Calgary Transit's original LRT cars. Car after car is ending up in a southeast metal recycling yard, where they're crushed for scrap.
Millions of people join Hong Kong protests for democracy
Protesters in Hong Kong have taken part in many rallies to challenge local authorities. They say their freedoms are under threat from the Chinese government.
Woman says part of leg amputated after broken foot went undiagnosed for 2 months
B.C. community says they want hate group out
The Early Edition
1 dead in crash on West Hunt Club Road
Edmonton's Prop Museum pulls back the curtain on Hollywood scenes and characters
Diana Ross and her days with the Supremes
Section of Iron Horse Trail closes Monday for major upgrades
Chat with our gardeners on Monday June 24 at 12:30 p.m.
Webcam: Check out the view of downtown St. John's
A look back at the 42nd Canadian Parliament
Chat with our gardeners on Monday June 17 at 12:30 p.m.
Pompeo holds talks in Saudi Arabia as Iran threatens U.S. drones
Point of View
Is true decolonization possible if we are still a dominion?
Toronto's Pride parade takes over the streets
Teen in hospital after being chased, struck by vehicle
U.S. asks for talks to ease tensions with Iran