- Electrosmog may cause health problems, group says CBC - 4 hours ago
A relatively new type of air pollution called electrosmog may be the cause of a variety of ailments, said the Quebec association to stop air pollution.
- Police investigating Bell Street South apartment fire CBC - 4 hours ago
Ottawa police have taken over the investigation into a fire on the eighth floor of a Bell Street South highrise apartment building that forced the building to be evacuated on Saturday.
- Normand Lester in critical condition after car crash CBC - 4 hours ago
- Police ask for help in finding missing girl CBC - 9 hours ago
Montreal police are asking for the public's help in finding Gracia Younes, a 14-year-old girl who is thought to have run away last Saturday.
- Ottawa Race Weekend road closures CBC - 9 hours ago
There are several temporary road closures in the city during Ottawa Race Weekend.
- Audit of city's Orgaworld contract not expected until fall CBC - 10 hours ago
- Ontario man lost in Australian mountains has survival skills CBC - 10 hours ago
The sister of an Ontario man who disappeared in Australia's Snowy Mountains nearly two weeks ago says she remains hopeful he will be found, partly because of his training as a Canadian Forces reservist.
- Diamonds in the dump CBC - 13 hours ago
- Will Rob Ford's supporters leave Ford Nation? CBC - 14 hours ago
The growing controversy over a purported video alleging to show Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine may be testing the faith of even his most die-hard supporters. But experts say Ford's policies may trump whatever personal issues he's facing, and that his supporters may rally behind him.
- Stanley Cup Stories: Season ends for resilient Sens CBC - 18 hours ago
James Neal's hat trick helped the Pittsburgh Penguins end an impressive but improbable run for the Ottawa Senators in the top NHL playoffs stories from Friday.
- Senators players react to 2nd-round loss to Penguins CBC - 18 hours ago
The Ottawa Senators surprised a lot of people with a first-round victory over the Canadiens. The second round proved to be more of a challenge than the #peskysens could handle. Here's how the players themselves reacted to be eliminated by the Penguins.
- Rolling Stones to rock with Mississauga choir CBC - 20 hours ago
The Rolling Stones take to the stage in Toronto Saturday night, accompanied by a Mississauga high school choir, for the first of three hotly anticipated Canadian concerts.
- Senators' unlikely playoff run ends in Game 5 disappointment CBC - 21 hours ago
The Ottawa Senators can't hang their heads after a 6-2 loss in Game 5 ended their improbable run to the second round of the NHL playoffs, but questions abound whether their 40-year-old captain will hang up his skates.
- Jays' 3B Brett Lawrie ejected, sister lashes out on Twitter CBC - 22 hours ago
When Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie was ejected from Friday's game against the Baltimore Orioles, his sister expressed her displeasure on social media.
- Rob Ford video questions linger after denial CBC - 22 hours ago
Now that Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has formally denied using crack cocaine, it's just Ford's word versus his accusers', unless the video surfaces.
- Dachshunds strut their stuff as UN bosses CBC - 23 hours ago
CBC Montreal checked out a dress rehearsal Thursday for Dachshund UN, a Festival TransAmériques show featuring dozens of dogs impersonating members of the United Nations.
- Man charged 20 years later in sexual assault of 9-year-old girl CBC - 23 hours ago
Toronto Police have arrested a man in connection with a sexual assault of a 9-year-old girl that happened more than 20 years ago.
Central News Headlines
- Sold out crowd greets Trace Adkins at Caesars WindsorMon, 21 Nov, 2011
- Khokhlachev leads Spits to 5-2 victory over GeneralsMon, 21 Nov, 2011
- Windsor-made product drives cleaning revolution at hospitalMon, 21 Nov, 2011
- Shopping frenzy on FridayMon, 21 Nov, 2011
- Healthy cafeterias? Gross, say Windsor studentsFri, 18 Nov, 2011