Sebastian Munoz of Colombia had a 4-under 67 on Saturday for a one-shot lead going into the final round of the John Deere Classic that feels as though it’s just getting started.
Experts say the destruction of Lytton will have mental health ramifications across B.C.
Nasa Hataoka opened a six-stroke lead Saturday in the Marathon LPGA Classic, birdieing four of the last five holes for a 7-under 64.
The service says the Becker Lake wildfire is only one hectare but is very visible from Vernon and the surrounding area. The fire is currently classified as “out of control.”
Conor McGregor was soundly beaten by Dustin Poirier less than six months ago. That doesn’t seem like enough time for the Irish superstar to patch all the holes Poirier punched in his game.
Euro 2020 DJ Tony Perry joins CBC News Network to discuss the importance of Neil Diamond’s classic hit to British soccer fans.
Debates about right and left at the All-Star Game used to deal with pitchers or perhaps batting orders. This year it extends to the political divide in the United States.
The widow of slain Haitian President Jovenel Moïse on Saturday accused shadowy enemies of organizing his assassination to stop democratic change, as a struggle for power intensified in the Caribbean nation.
Brandon Lowe hit a pair of home runs to lead the host Tampa Bay Rays to a 5-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Saturday afternoon.
Paul Mariner saw a different side of the game when he took charge of a slumping Toronto FC in 2012. The former coach’s death, after a battle with brain cancer, was announced by his family on Saturday. He was 68.
I wish I didn’t have to be a “real” girl to be allowed to exist, writes trans activist Mikayla Cadger.
As the country continues to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of Canada is in regular contact with provinces and territories to assess the needs of each region and provide assistance.
Firefighters struggled to contain an exploding Northern California wildfire under blazing temperatures as another heat wave hits the U.S. West Coast this weekend, prompting an excessive heat warning for inland and desert areas.
Canadian Michael Woods survived a crash at the Tour de France on Saturday to claim the polka dot jersey as leader of the King of the Mountains classification.
On July 9, 2021, Clinton McGeough, an inmate from Stony Mountain Institution died while in our custody.
Caleb Houstand put up 23 points but Canada dropped a 92-86 decision to the U.S. in semifinal action at the FIBA U19 World Cup on Saturday in Riga, Latvia.
On this week’s show: Epidemiologist Nazeem Muhajarine discusses ways to increase vaccine uptake across the country. CBC’s Murray Brewster reports on the Taliban’s capture of territory once patrolled by Canadians. Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson talks about Canada’s readiness for the effects of climate change. Plus — a look at the fate of Bill C-6, which… Continue reading CBC Radio’s The House: Reaching unvaccinated Canadians
Canada has held back from sanctioning, or heavily criticizing, the Ethiopian government of Abiy Ahmed, condemned by the UN, United States and European Union for war crimes and atrocities in the Tigray region.
Canada’s Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes are semifinal-bound and one win away from playing for a second beach volleyball World Tour title in four years in Gstaad, Switzerland.
A Confederate monument that helped spark a violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., nearly four years ago has been hoisted off its stone pedestal.
Police in Bangladesh arrested eight people Saturday on murder charges in connection with a factory fire that killed at least 52 people, many of whom were trapped inside by an illegally locked door, a senior police official said.
Federal political parties in Canada are free to campaign and advertise without extra restrictions this summer, unlike in 2019 when they faced pre-election spending rules — thanks to a loophole in the Elections Modernization Act and a minority government.
Top-ranked Ash Barty won her first Wimbledon title on Saturday, using a fast start to seize the momentum against a shaky Karolina Pliskova and then overcame a wobble of her own to prevail 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-3 in London, England.
A bird’s-eye view of a popular live music venue on its first night at the Calgary Stampede showed hundreds of people standing close together, waiting for a swab or to hand over proof of a COVID-19 vaccination.
Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave was extended by seven days through July 15 by Major League Baseball and the players’ association on Thursday while the sport’s investigators check into allegations of sexual misconduct against the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher.
Operation Fish might be the most important Second World War mission you’ve never heard of — and that was precisely the point.
An Ottawa family determined to spend the summer in their home province, biked more than 1,000 kilometres to New Brunswick.
Thousands of homes and businesses are without power Saturday morning after post-tropical storm Elsa swept through the Maritimes overnight.
Canada’s border agents are bracing for a spike in would-be travellers trying to enter the country on the first full weekend since travel restrictions began to ease.
Work is underway to take down a Confederate monument that helped spark a violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., nearly four years ago
A number of Indigenous people are calling on Premier Brian Pallister to educate himself on their history in the province, after he gave what they say is a distorted reframing of colonization earlier this week.
A Winnipeg man accused of abducting and fatally stabbing his three-year-old daughter tried to force the child’s mother into an abortion not long after she became pregnant, according to Manitoba court records.
Labour advocates say essential workers have borne the brunt of the pandemic, and that they’re owed a future with higher wages and better worker protections.
COVID-19 levels haven’t been this low in Canada in a long time, but the actions we take now to maintain control mean the difference between living with the virus or hiding from it in the weeks and months ahead.
A once-in-a-century drought in Brazil has walloped the world’s largest coffee crop, leading to the highest prices in years for a market that was already dealing with climate change and COVID-related volatility.
Visitors wear headsets that connect to their smartphone and allow them to identify the stars, planets and constellations.
The Taliban did something last weekend they’ve been unable to do for nearly two decades. They captured a key district on the edge of Kandahar City — a region many Canadian soldiers gave their lives to defend. The event was greeted with a mixture of dismay, sadness and resignation by the ordinary troops who fought… Continue reading The fall of Panjwaii casts a long shadow over Canada’s Afghan war veterans
A Catholic priest is speaking out against his own church, saying he’s ashamed it used a legal “loophole” to escape its $25-million promise to residential school survivors.
The upcoming historical drama The Porter is the largest Black-led TV series ever created in Canada. Despite this success, other events offer a more sobering look at how far there is to go in supporting Black filmmakers and their stories.
Jordan Baker began his pro basketball career abroad, but the founding of the Canadian Elite Basketball League in 2019 represented the chance for him to come home.