Family of dead Quebec teen suing police for $1M
The family of Brandon Maurice is suing the Sûreté du Québec and two police officers for negligence for the teen's death near Maniwaki in 2015.
City's compensation for businesses impacted by construction not nearly enough for some
Some business owners say $30,000 isn't enough curb the negative impact of construction on their streets.
Nowhere to go: Moncton homeless sleep on abandoned porches, in backyard tents
If you drive through Moncton's downtown neighbourhoods, you don't have to look far to find old homes with boarded up windows and doors.
Theresa May facing chaos after Brexit Secretary resigns
Brexit was always going to be a challenge, but it’s hard to imagine how Prime Minister Theresa May can recover now from the biggest blow so far: the resignation of Dominic Raab, her chief negotiator and the minister responsible for Brexit.
Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Nov. 15
Newfoundland Storm Centre: Closures and cancellations
10 things you need to know about Gordon Lightfoot on his 80th birthday
Icy cold going out, blanket of snow coming in
New rapid medical addictions clinic 'imminent' for Windsor, says health network
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday
(Live at 6:00 am ET) Championship Figure Skating on CBC: Grand Prix of Russia - Men's Short Program
Parking authority ticket contractor now regulates Winnipeg's taxis, TappCar
Peninsula undergoes final polish in Marathon, Ont.
Regent Park food workshops bring community together, teach new culinary skills
Hundreds of noisy, smelly sea lions fill Cowichan Bay — to the delight of many
New Mi'kmaq printing company creates jobs and cultural awareness
Nova Scotia Storm Centre: Latest closures and travel details
Special weather statement calls for more snow
'I've never used a computer': Japan cybersecurity minister
Hundreds of migrants reach U.S. border at Mexico
Nurse practitioners call on province for change to their profession