A First Nations student who was reprimanded and removed from class for choosing not to stand for the national anthem at Winnipeg high school hopes the situation sparks change and awareness.
President Joe Biden is set to announce that the United States is doubling its purchase of Pfizer’s COVID-19 shots to share with the world to one billion doses as he embraces the goal of vaccinating 70 per cent of the global population within the next year.
Swapping Alberta’s health minister out for a new face is unlikely to change the provincial government’s approach to managing the COVID-19 pandemic, observers say.
The Canadian Coast Guard’s Inshore Rescue Boat (IRB) station in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut completed its fourth season of providing maritime search and rescue services on Tuesday, September 7, 2021.
It’s taken some adaptations, but Elliott has broken new ground for women in college sports. The 21-year-old booted a pair of successful conversions against Oregon’s Linfield University on Sept. 11, becoming the first Canadian woman to play in — and score in — an NCAA football game.
Images of U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback grabbing asylum seekers near the U.S.-Mexico border are “heinous,” according to U.S. Democratic Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman.
A team riding a 14-game winning streak. Another that won just 12 games all season. The struggling defending champions. The surging contenders to the throne. The WNBA playoffs begin on Thursday ripe with storylines and primed for chaos.
It’s only September but Canadian curling teams are already fighting for their Olympic lives. Starting Wednesday in Ottawa, the first two pressure-packed bonspiels get underway. CBC Sports is going to be bringing fans extensive curling coverage throughout the season.
With demand for taxis drying up in Thailand and thousands of drivers leaving town, one Bangkok cab company has turned its vehicles into mini vegetable gardens, hoping to take the edge off the coronavirus crunch.
A COVID-19 vaccine passport system kicks in Wednesday across Ontario, requiring people to show proof of vaccination for entry into many non-essential venues.
Ontario and New Brunswick are rolling out vaccine passport systems on Wednesday that require people who are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine to show proof of vaccination before entering non-essential indoor spaces.
Leader Erin O’Toole brought a moderate strategy to the Conservative election campaign, but his loss was nearly identical to his predecessor’s. What went wrong, and what that means for the party’s future.
Federal parties know how important it is to woo voters on social media, but that doesn’t mean they abandon the traditional way of campaigning — erecting candidate signs on lawns. But do they influence the way Canadians vote?
The newly re-elected Liberal government will have to hit the ground running on the world stage as U.S. President Joe Biden pledges new era of vigorous competition without triggering a new Cold War. Experts are urging the government to stop dealing with crises on an ad-hoc basis and appoint a permanent committee of cabinet for… Continue reading Experts call for an overhaul of Canada’s national security policy to cope with an ‘angry’ world
Mchale Busch, 24, and her toddler son, Noah McConnell, were killed last week. Cody McConnell — Mchale’s husband and Noah’s father — says the family should have been made aware they shared their Hinton, Alta., apartment building with the convicted sex offender who is now charged in the deaths.
An Australian sports association official says seven female taekwondo athletes who fled Taliban-controlled Afghanistan have resettled in Melbourne.
Three men in their 50s have died following an explosion Monday at a wood-manufacturing plant in Beauceville, Que.
Vancouver’s Stanley Park has fully reopened to the public after a two-week nighttime closure to cull aggressive coyotes.
Squamish was shaken by two rockslides Monday, with massive slabs of granite shearing off the ancient Stawamus Chief rockface and smashing to the ground. The first dramatic cascade was captured on webcam with a show of sparks and dust plumes filling the night air.
Forced to navigate multiple quarantines, a highly publicized run-in with his former coach, a blockbuster trade, injuries and loneliness — the Winnipeg Jets centre was never comfortable during a roller-coaster 2020-21 campaign set against the COVID-19 pandemic’s backdrop.
CPL champion Forge tied FC Panama’s Independiente 0-0 in the first leg of their round-of-16 tie Tuesday in Scotiabank CONCACAF League play.
Parks Canada says a mountain goat in Yoho National park took on a grizzly bear —and won.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s strained relationship with several of Canada’s premiers appears to have taken an even sharper turn downward following the results of Monday’s federal election.
Rays veteran Kevin Kiermaier scooped up a data card that fell out of Toronto catcher Alejandro Kirk’s wristband during Tampa Bay’s 6-4 victory Monday night and refused to give it back to the Blue Jays.
The Minnesota Wild signed left wing Kirill Kaprizov to a five-year, $45 million US contract on Tuesday, ending a stalemate between the team and the Calder Trophy winner just two days before the beginning of training camp.
As Canada prepares for the return of direct flights from India to Canada, Transport Canada is announcing an extension of the Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) that restricts all direct commercial and private passenger flights to Canada from India until September 26, 2021, at 23:59 EDT.
On the latest episode of Bring It In, Morgan Campbell is joined by Meghan McPeak and Dave Zirin to discuss how the happier moments in women’s sports and the subsequent attention have not altered the landscape with issues that women still face.
CONCACAF is expanding its flagship Champions League club tournament starting, with the door open to more Canadian participation. Beginning 2024, the league will have 27 participating clubs including 18 from North America.
The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Foreign Affairs, will attend meetings held during the high-level segment of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Minister will participate in a number of events addressing critical international issues and highlight the importance of multilateral global cooperation.
Many Canadians are feeling a sense of déjà vu — and they’re not happy about it — after an expensive election in the middle of a pandemic left them with a government that looks an awful lot like the last one.
NHL players inducted for social change instead of on-ice exploits, and the first Special Olympian entering Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, reflect an admiration of more than medals and trophies.
The Oilers open training camp ahead of the 2021-22 season Wednesday with renewed optimism and increased pressure to perform following a string of post-season disappointments. It’s a situation Zach Hyman knows well from his time under Toronto’s media spotlight.
Smoke and flames shot up the side of the Superdome’s roof on Tuesday after a pressure washer being used to clean the roof of the New Orleans sports and entertainment arena caught fire.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter previews a pair of bonspiels this week that will help decide who gets to play for the right to represent Canada at the Beijing Winter Olympics.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is well aware of the NDP’s priorities if he’s looking for a dance partner during the upcoming minority government.
Montreal Canadiens forward Jonathan Drouin has opened up on the reasons why he took a break from hockey last spring during his club’s push for the Stanley Cup playoffs.