Decision on Trans Mountain pipeline's fate might not come until summer
Canada's energy regulator will tell the federal government on Friday whether it still thinks the Trans Mountain pipeline should be expanded, but cabinet's final say on the project's future is not likely to come before the summer.
Drag queen group switches venue for more accessible shows
Starting next month, Queens of the Glamazon — made up of queens Rouge Fatale, Eureka Love and Farrah Moan — will perform regularly at the Bus Stop Theatre.
Vancouver Island author unearths rare Victorian-era manuscript
Dean Unger was doing research for his new book at the Kaatza Station Museum and Archives in Lake Cowichan when he uncovered an incredibly rare manuscript.
Canada's Brittany Phelan scores World Cup ski cross bronze
Brittany Phelan landed on the podium with a third-place finish in World Cup ski cross action in Feldberg, Germany, on Sunday.
CBC Sports Big Moment: Canada's Kripps claims 4-man bobsleigh gold
'You can see the light in their eyes': Yukon parents praise skating program
Susan Heeman, of Heeman's Garden Centre and Strawberry Farm, dies
How two N.B. curling skips went from rivals to allies
Medals in a Minute: Big weekend for Canadian freestyle skiers
Disgraced former U.S. congressman Anthony Weiner released from prison
Lesley Miller's mission was justice for her husband and being a voice for all victims
Pope asks for prayers for sex abuse summit at Vatican
Close call for Stratford man and daughter after truck catches fire
Cheaper (and more) child-care options needed for aging N.L., says advocate
3 people injured in crash near Gage Park involving a pole and a snow bank
Canada beats U.S. to win inaugural Rivalry Series
Lowertown stabbing now a homicide after victim dies
Jury deciding fate of Eaton Centre shooter asks about not criminally responsible finding
Road to the Olympic Games: World Cup bobsleigh
Running, biking, and skating for a cause: Triathlon raises funds for Winnipeg homeless shelter
Lightning beat Habs 3-0