Former poll supervisor in Windsor, Ont. charged with fraud during 2015 federal election
A poll supervisor vouched for the address of four people during the 2015 election. Now he's being charged with fraud.
Hundreds await rescue from disabled cruise ship near Norway
Rescue officials say nearly 400 passengers have been rescued from a disabled cruise ship off Norway's rocky coast, while hundreds of others wait to be airlifted to shore.
Dartmouth boxing club sending 5 fighters to national championships
Tribal Boxing Club is sending five of its boxers to the Canadian Boxing Championships this spring.
How this Durham clothing firm is helping people with disabilities
Ten years ago, John Cook and Jennifer Gallienne had a vision — to create a company that sells outerwear for people with disabilities that suits their individual needs.
How bad will pothole season be in Waterloo region? We asked the experts
As this Newfoundland artist waits for a transplant in Ottawa, his heart remains at home
Engineer questions repair strategy for Quinpool Road bridge
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Balmy afternoon makes for warmest March 23 on record in St. John's
When Airbnb goes bad, grounded planes and limiting doctor visits: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
'Apartners' in crime: Why more Canadian couples are choosing to live separately
How Joe Fafard's legacy is living on in Ottawa
Fixing federal payroll IT system could almost double its cost, says memo
Canada Reads 2019: The defenders, the books and what's at stake
From healthy eating to a no-phone policy, 67's success goes beyond the ice
Mounties seeing smaller number of blood samples than expected under drug-impaired driving law
Calling all creatives: Qualified artists needed to make LRT public art
Some Shoppers Drug Mart staff say they're 'fed up' over pressure to push self-checkout
Ford government cancels electricity conservation programs
The 'heart and soul' of the London Lightning is a nine-year-old boy
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