Mentally ill dad who killed three kids up for review in British Columbia
6 hours ago
The case of a British Columbia man found not criminally responsible for killing his three children because of a mental illness is up for review, two years after a provincial board opened the door to him receiving supervised day trips.
Rick Hansen donating Man in Motion glove on 30th anniversary
19 hours ago
Rick Hansen is donating a glove used during his historic Man in Motion tour to the Canadian Museum of History, in hopes of re-igniting conversation around accessibility and spinal cord research.
Top Canadian judge warns U.S. students about 'narcissistic populism'
2 hours ago
One of Canada's top judges has made an impassioned plea to the graduating class of law students at an American university to stand against injustice fuelled by 'narcissistic populism.'
Traps set, trails closed after bear attacks hiker near Squamish, B.C.
1 hour ago
Trails were closed in a mountain community north of Vancouver after a bear attacked a hiker.
Boy, 14, drowns in Newfoundland pond after canoe overturns
5 hours ago
A 14-year-old boy has drowned after a canoe was overturned in a pond in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Rising temperatures and melting snow increase flood fears in Okanagan
17 hours ago
Rising temperatures are once again stoking flooding fears in the British Columbia's Okanagan region, as lakes, creeks and rivers rise to record levels.
Two charged with murder of missing Toronto-area woman
May 21, 2017
Police say two people have been charged with first-degree murder in the case of a Beata Paciorek, 35, of Brampton, Ont. They say no body has been located.
Police watchdog review to include two recent cases of Indigenous youth
May 21, 2017
A police watchdog will include the recent cases of two teens in its systemic review of how the Thunder Bay Police Service investigates the deaths and disappearances of Indigenous people.
Construction site, or art?: Pylon installation raising eyebrows in Quebec
6 hours ago
There's no getting around the odd new art installation on the lawn of Stewart Hall in Pointe-Claire, Que.
Renewed warnings after sea lion snatches girl in B.C.
8 hours ago
Port officials in Richmond, B.C. are posting more warning signs and cautioning about the dangers of interacting with wildlife after a young girl was dragged into the water by a sea lion.