Canada’s Kate Sanderson earned a third-place finish in the open water FINA Olympic marathon swim qualifier on Saturday, qualifying her to be nominated to the Canadian Olympic team.
A group of Black and Indigenous families brought their case for defunding Canadian police forces to the steps of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office across the street from Parliament Hill on Saturday.
René Robert, a retired winger who played on the Buffalo Sabres’ famed French Connection Line in the 1970s, was in a Florida hospital on Friday after suffering a heart attack, three people familiar with what happened told The Associated Press.
Courtney Vandersloot had 18 points and 11 assists, Diamond DeShields added 14 points, and the Chicago Sky beat the Connecticut Sun 91-81 on Saturday for their fifth straight win.
The Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society has appointed its first Indigenous president after almost 200 years in service. Tuma Young of Eskasoni First Nation was appointed president during the society’s annual meeting on Saturday.
Parades, picnics and lessons in history were part of Juneteenth celebrations on Saturday in the United States, a day that carried even more significance after Congress and President Joe Biden created a federal holiday to commemorate the end of slavery.
Montreal Canadiens assistant Luke Richardson’s daughter is never far from his thoughts — or his heart.
James Dunn and Tyler McGregor scored power-play goals to help Canada open the world para-hockey championship with a 2-1 victory over the United States on Saturday in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
The Liberal government’s bill to eliminate mandatory minimum penalties on some drug and firearm offences is stuck at second reading in the House of Commons. With just a handful of sitting days left before MPs leave Ottawa, advocates are warning its failure may delay much needed change.
Police say a driver in a pickup truck has plowed into bicyclists competing in a community road race in Arizona, critically injuring several riders.
Jujamcyn Theaters had previously said audience members wishing to attend Springsteen on Broadway needed to be immunized with vaccines approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, leaving those who received AstraZeneca on the sidelines.
Brazil is expected to surpass 500,000 deaths from COVID-19 when official figures are released later on Saturday, the world’s highest death toll after the United States.
Canada will depart the World League Super Final following a 14-10 loss to Russia in the bronze-medal game, having gained valuable game experience ahead of the women’s Olympic water polo tournament in Tokyo next month.
A massive spruce trunk photographed being transported down a Vancouver Island highway last month might not have been big enough to warrant saving under B.C.’s new protections for big trees.
A southern Alberta couple who realized their infant had been exposed to roundworm after eating raccoon feces found themselves racing against time to find a rare medication — and doctors and pharmacists across Western Canada mobilized to help them find it.
Russia edged Canada 10-8 to claim the bronze medal in the FINA Women’s World League Super Final bronze medal match in Athens.
A 12-year-old boy is dead after being stabbed following an altercation between two groups in Winnipeg’s North End on Friday evening, police say.
World 1,500-metre titleholder Timothy Cheruiyot and Olympic steeplechase champion Conseslus Kipruto missed out on Kenya’s provisional team for the Tokyo Games as the national trials ended on Saturday.
Felix Auger-Aliassime dropped a 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (5) decision to Ugo Humbert in a battle of unseeded players at the Halle Open in Germany on Saturday. In London, fellow Canadian Denis Shapovalov lost 7-5, 6-3 to Cameron Norrie at the Fever-Tree Championships.
Canadian road cyclist Mike Woods has had an uphill climb in his athletic career and personal life. But the challenges have made him resilient and driven towards a golden finish line in Tokyo.
The unseeded Cam Norrie of Great Britain upset No. 2 seed Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ont., 7-5, 6-3 to advance to the final at Queen’s Club in London.
On June 19, 2021, Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, issued the following statement on COVID-19.
Number of deaths far below the more than 11,300 people in West Africa who lost their lives during an outbreak of the disease in 2014-2016.
France needed a second-half equalizer from Antoine Griezmann to avoid the biggest upset of the tournament. Hungary, playing in front of a raucous crowd yet again at the European Championship, held the World Cup champions to a 1-1 draw on Saturday in Budapest.
Canada lost its fourth consecutive women’s volleyball match and second in a row by sweep, falling 25-16, 25-17, 25-17 to last-place Thailand on Saturday in Rimini, Italy.
Canadians are set to see a big push across the country to get vaccines in arms this Father’s Day weekend, from an overnight clinic in British Columbia to a pop-up clinic in Montreal targeting hockey fans.
Montreal skateboarder Annie Guglia has had 3 dreams since she was a little girl. To skate in the XGames, to be on the cover of a skateboard magazine and to represent Canada at the Olympics.
Canada’s Denis Shapovalov advanced to the semi-finals of Queen’s Club ATP event in London, England Saturday by defeating American Frances Tiafoe 6-3, 6-4.
The Indian consulate in Toronto is attempting to silence teachers giving lessons about the ongoing protests by predominantly Sikh farmers in India, claiming they are a security threat and part of a “conspiracy to sabotage the goodwill” between India and Canada.
Iran’s hardline judiciary chief won the country’s presidential election in a landslide victory Saturday, propelling the supreme leader’s protege into Tehran’s highest civilian position in a vote that appeared to see the lowest turnout in the Islamic Republic’s history.
The owner of Widgawa Lodge and Outfitters in Killarney, Ont., thought moving his bank accounts online would reduce paperwork and give him more time to concentrate on running his outfitting business. But now there’s confusion over the whereabouts of the $48,000 in Joshua Willoughby’s HST payments that was to go to CRA.
A love for creation fueled at a young age, an obsession with MAD Magazine and a desire to make weird characters even weirder are combined in Daarian Woroniak’s grimy art style.
Canada Takes on USA in the World Para Ice Hockey Championships
The most-reported symptoms of COVID-19 are now a headache, sore throat, and runny nose, according to the team behind a U.K. symptom tracking app, and experts believe various factors may be causing the shift to milder, cold-like reactions.
For the first time, Transport Minister Omar Alghabra publicly condemned Iran in a speech at a session of a UN aviation agency’s council on Friday, more than 17 months after the deadly shootdown of Flight PS752.
Last week, Riz Ahmed introduced a report that found Muslim characters are significantly underrepresented in film. CBC News spoke with three Canadian creators about the importance of increasing that representation and the real-world risks of failing to act.
The Canada-U.S. border has been closed to non-essential travel for well over a year. This week, the federal government announced it’s staying closed for at least another month. On both sides of the border, people are getting anxious.
More and more firms are offering employees a hybrid work environment, where staff can divide their weekdays between the office and working at home. But is there a penalty to be paid in terms of your career if you opt to stay in your loungewear two or three times a week?
A number of recent cases of police raids in Canada that went off the rails point to the need to reconsider how they’re done, some legal experts say. That could mean everything from Criminal Code amendments to requiring officers to video-record their operations.
It’s that time of year again, when skywatchers get the chance to see a rare, shimmering type of cloud in the evening sky.