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Man charged with murder in shooting death of 28-year-old Toronto man last year

A 21-year-old Mississauga man has been arrested and charged in connection with a fatal shooting in North York last year.

'We were anything but primitive': How Indigenous-led archaeology is challenging colonial preconceptions

A growing number of Indigenous archaeologists are doing archaeology in their own way and pushing back against the colonial boundaries of the field.

Alberta’s Vote Will Test American-style Far-Right Politics

An election in Alberta will be a test of a premier who has said that she models her politics after those of prominent right-wing U.S. politicians.

Lionel Messi: Destiny - new documentary goes inside Argentina's World Cup win

A new BBC documentary tells the story of Argentina's 2022 World Cup win from the point of view of the players and manager.

Victim in critical condition following early morning stabbing in downtown Toronto

One person was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries following an early morning stabbing in downtown Toronto.

Canadian companies adopt 'stay interviews' as workers rethink careers, needs

When Tara Vanderloo's employees are mulling leaving her enterprise software company, she wants to be one of the first people they tell -- and to hear their unvarnished reasons why.

First Nation woman back home in Yukon after years trapped in Turkish legal system

After nearly seven years trapped in the Turkish legal system, Charman Smith arrived at the Whitehorse airport Thursday night, welcomed by a group of family and friends.

Pride flag raised near Manitoba Legislature for 1st time in province's history

Premier Heather Stefanson and other provincial government officials joined members of Pride Winnipeg to raise the flag in Memorial Park.

Man charged in fatal stabbing at Fairbank apartment building

A 30-year-old man has been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing at an apartment complex in the city’s Fairbank neighbourhood.

Man wanted following Rexdale harassment, robbery

Toronto police are requestion the public's assistance in locating a man in a break-and-enter investigation.

SIU investigating after two people killed in Stoney Creek

Ontario’s Special Investigation Unit (SIU) has been called following an interaction with a man believed to be responsible for a double homicide in Stoney Creek.

Pride organizers appeal for more funding as rising security costs could dampen festivities

Rising security costs and heightened safety concerns have some Pride organizers worried that Canadian events will not be as fulsome this year.

Hamilton police dealing with barricaded person involved in double homicide

Hamilton police are dealing with a person barricaded inside a home in Stoney Creek who they say is involved in the deaths of two people.

Are Canada's competition laws outdated? Some say it's time for change

The federal government is looking to update Canada’s competition laws — possibly their most significant review in decades.

Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow maintains large lead in latest polls

Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow continues to lead the pack with less than a month until voters cast their ballot, according to two new polls released on Monday.

Would you pay $800 a month to live in a closet? In Vancouver, that may be all you can afford

Exorbitant rents in Metro Vancouver are nothing new, but renters in the region say the listings they’re coming across have reached a whole new level of absurdity. 

Indigenous-led bison repopulation projects are helping the animal thrive again in Alberta

Years after 16 wild bison were reintroduced to Banff National Park in 2017, their population is expected to swell to around 100 after this year's calving season. It's one of several efforts to reintroduce bison to parts of Alberta.

Thinking the 'unthinkable': How China could change Canada's conversation about nuclear subs

Almost a decade ago, the notion of a conflict between the United States and its allies on one side and China on the other was described as the “unthinkable war” by major foreign policy and defence observers. Lately, it’s become clear that those same experts are thinking through the ...

One dead after stabbing in west end: police

One person is dead following a stabbing in Toronto’s west end on Friday night.

Fire at Montreal heritage monastery finally put out

The Montreal fire department says the fire that swept through a heritage property in the city's downtown core was brought under control today, more than 24 hours after it began.

US and Mexico sound alarm over cosmetic surgery-linked fungal outbreak

The US and Mexico are urging the WHO to declare a public health emergency over the outbreak.

A massive, rare sea turtle washed up on P.E.I. It was likely on its way to be with family

A large leatherback sea turtle — an endangered species in Canada — was found dead on the shores of Fernwood, P.E.I. It was caught in fishing gear, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans told CBC News.

Nardwuar the Human Serviette celebrates 85th anniversary of student radio station where he got his start

The University of British Columbia's student radio station is celebrating its 85th anniversary.

'It's getting out of hand,' say B.C. bird rescuers reporting an unusual surge in escaped budgies

Although warm weather often causes more of the tiny tropical birds, also known as parakeets, to fly the coop, more of them are being turned in earlier in the year, according to rescuers.

They're frustrated, not apathetic. We spoke with undecided Alberta voters in a battleground riding

Have you decided how you're voting yet? In this battleground Calgary riding, many people have not. But it's not apathy causing the delay. It's frustration.

Some Canadian Indigenous See Hudson’s Bay Building as Hollow Gift

The company chartered centuries ago to found the colony that became part of Canada last year gave a building to the Indigenous that is heavy in symbolism. The move is being criticized by some as hollow.

As the value of Maud Lewis paintings soars, so does risk of fraud

Some art experts are cautioning that the spiking value of Maud Lewis paintings will make the Nova Scotia folk artist's work more attractive for fraudsters to replicate.

126-year-old B.C.-built sailboat ready to take to the sea once again

Dorothy, built in Victoria in 1897, is one of the oldest sailing yachts in the Pacific Northwest.

Ian Hacking, Eminent Philosopher of Science and Much Else, Dies at 87

Never limited by categories, his free-ranging intellect delved into physics, probability and anthropology, establishing him as a major thinker.

Hamilton police say 2 tenants killed at Stoney Creek residence, man barricaded inside 'no longer a threat'

Hamilton police say there is 'no longer a threat to public safety' in Stoney Creek after two people were found dead and police engaged with a man who had 'barricaded himself in the residence with firearms.'

StatCan report casts clouds on claims of a widespread labour shortage in Canada

A new report is casting doubt on the idea that Canada is facing a widespread labour shortage and bolsters the arguments by some labour economists that high job vacancies aren't due to a shortage of workers.

Canadian fans may not love the Stanley Cup matchup — but it's good for the game

Canadian fans and broadcast rights holders would prefer to see some big names in the Stanley Cup final. But a matchup of two emerging-market teams can grow the game — and eventually the salary cap.

Halifax-area neighbourhoods evacuated as fast-moving fire engulfs homes

Thick plumes of heavy smoke filled the sky over Halifax on Sunday as an out-of-control fire in a suburban community quickly spread, engulfing multiple homes and forcing the evacuation of local residents.

Tornado formed south of Regina Saturday night, Environment Canada confirms

Some streets flooded and buildings leaked in Regina Saturday night due to pelting rain and hail, as a tornado formed near the city limits.

Canada Needs to Hurry on A.I. Oversight, Experts Warn

The measures of an artificial intelligence bill won’t go into effect until 2025. For some, that’s too late.

What would it take for Canada to have a 'serious' debate about foreign interference?

Appearing in Winnipeg a day after David Johnston released his first report on foreign interference, Justin Trudeau stressed the word “serious” in criticizing Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre. But seriousness is now a concern for everyone involved in this affair.

Three-year-old boy dies after being pulled from backyard pool in Oakville

Police in Halton Region are investigating the death of a three-year-old boy who was pulled from a backyard pool in Oakville on Saturday.

Suspect sought after allegedly sexually assaulting woman at Wilson TTC station

Toronto police have released a photo of a suspect who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman at a TTC subway station.

The fastest 96-year-old woman in the world: Ottawa woman breaks 5K race record

Rejeanne Fairhead stood at the starting line in front of Ottawa's city hall on Saturday surrounded by thousands of racers who were almost all, assuredly, younger than her. But as the sun beat down on a 28 C day in the nation's capital, the 96-year-old took a deep breath and burst forward. ...

N.S. forest fire has grown by hundreds of hectares in a matter of hours

An out-of-control forest fire burning near Barrington Lake in Shelburne County, N.S., has grown by about 75 per cent since the last update from the province Sunday morning.

SIU investigating after woman seriously injured in collision involving police in Oshawa

The province’s police watchdog is investigating after a woman was seriously injured in a collision involving police in Oshawa.

Person rushed to hospital following collision between driver, motorcyclist in Scarborough

One person has been taken to hospital via emergency run following a crash between the driver of a vehicle and a motorcyclist in Scarborough.

Animal advocates call for alternatives to coyotes, foxes in Ontario dog training areas

Advocates are hoping the Ontario government will consider alternatives to off-leash dogs for the purpose of tracking wild animals as officials push forward with a proposal to expand training areas in the province.

Family of man in crisis shot dead by Toronto police says he 'didn't have to die'

Since Andrew Geisler's death, the family says they have been stuck in a holding pattern until answers arrive from police watchdog the Special Investigations Unit arrive. Until then, they're hoping to honour his memory.

Kingston MPP Hsu becomes second official candidate in Liberal leadership race

Ontario MPP Ted Hsu is officially a candidate for the provincial Liberal leadership.

First ever minor tackle football league for women debuts in Ontario

The Ontario Women's Football League launched this spring with two divisions. In the most senior division, U19, there are six teams: London WOLFPAAC, Peel Region Panthers, Kingston Sharks, Cumberland Panthers, Gatineau Valkyries and Guelph Jr. Gryphons.

Ontario hospitals prepare and brace for summer ER staffing challenges

Hospitals in smaller and rural Ontario communities have been recruiting, training, and poring over schedules in the hopes of avoiding another summer wave of temporaryER closures -- though the problem never really went away.

'It's not a fair law' Iranian refugee from North York facing deportation fears persecution

Feminist film producer Mahshid Ahangarani Farahani came to Canada from Iran to study almost 20 years ago. Shortly thereafter, she applied for and was granted refugee status due to the deteriorating political situation in her homeland and the fears she had of being persecuted for having opposed ...

Alberta election: Key campaign moments | About That

It's election day in Alberta, as party leaders Danielle Smith and Rachel Notley go head to head. Andrew Chang breaks down key moments from the rollercoaster campaign.

El Salvador gangs: Derelict gang houses given to locals

As part of a new social housing plan families are moving back in to former gang neighbourhoods.

2 Dead in Suspected Meningitis Outbreak Linked to Mexico

More than 200 others could be at risk from a fungal meningitis outbreak that has been traced to two clinics in Matamoros, Mexico, where people traveled for cosmetic surgeries, health officials said.

'All about the campfire': Campers adjust their plans with fire bans in place

Jade Najam was getting excited about camping during the May long weekend, sitting around the campfire late into the night with his family and sipping hot chocolate.

How a church destroyed by Fiona could bring affordable housing to Charlottetown

Post-tropical storm Fiona destroyed their church, and now a religious community in Charlottetown is hoping the rebuild will be part of the solution for P.E.I.’s housing crisis.

Latest poll shows little change for mayoral candidates from last week as undecided pool shrinks

The latest poll in Toronto’s mayoral race suggests little has changed in the fortunes of the leading candidates since last week.

Alberta has imported roughly 2,000 firefighters from around the world. But what comes next?

Alberta has been gripped for several weeks in the midst of a devastating wildfire season, and has imported more than 2,000 firefighters from around the world. But the changing nature of wildfires pose some new questions.

Police investigating after shooting victim walks into Toronto hospital

Police are investigating after a shooting victim walked into a Toronto hospital early Sunday morning.

Power surges shut down P.E.I. government website for weekend

The government of P.E.I. website, which contains data on hospital wait times, library services and other valuable information, continued to be out of order on Sunday, two days after issues were first noticed.

No injuries reported after daylight shooting in North York; suspect vehicle crashed into pole

Toronto police are searching for two suspects who fled on foot after their vehicle crashed into a pole following a shooting in North York on Sunday evening that did not result in any reported injuries.

Wildfires in western Quebec prompt thousands more evacuees to relocate

Quebec fire authorities say they're unable to bring all fires under control

Quebec's fire authority says it's unable to bring all 143 fires burning in the province under control. It says it can only attack between 20 to 30 fires at a time until reinforcement arrives.

More than a thousand attend vigil for Madison Scott, B.C. woman whose remains were found after 12 years

More than one thousand residents and community members came together Saturday night to remember Madison (Maddy) Scott in Vanderhoof, B.C.

Forest fire near Centennial Lake west of Ottawa prompts evacuation warning from OPP

A forest fire near Centennial Lake, west of Ottawa and southeast of Algonquin Park, has prompted an evacuation warning for residents in the area from the Ontario Provincial Police.

About 4,000 Manitoba Métis Federation citizens vote yes on modern treaty with the Crown

An estimated 4,000 people voted unanimously in favour of a treaty between the Manitoba Métis Federation and the Crown at an assembly on Saturday.

Police identify man found in Quebec fishing tragedy in which 4 children also died

Police have identified the adult who was among a group of five people killed in a fishing accident in northeastern Quebec on Saturday.

Manitoba First Nation and Colombian researchers discuss 'forensics of care' in their work on unmarked graves

A southwestern Manitoba First Nation is fostering international connections, friendships and relationships to better inform its ongoing research into a former residential school's unmarked graves.

Quebec's North Shore communities grieving after deaths of 4 children, 1 man during fishing trip

The child victims, who had been on a fishing trip, were from Les Escoumins, Que. Provincial police will not reveal their identities but have identified the man as 37-year-old Keven Girard.

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