The outgoing CIA director charged on Sunday that Donald Trump lacks a full understanding of the threat Moscow poses to the United States, delivering a public lecture to the president-elect that further highlighted the bitter state of Trump's relations with American intelligence agencies. John Brennan's pointed message on national television came just five days before Trump becomes the nation's 45th president amid lingering questions about Russia's role in the 2016 election even as the focus shifts to the challenges of governing. "Now that he's going to have an opportunity to do something for our national security as opposed to talking and tweeting, he's going to have tremendous responsibility to make sure that U.S. and national security interests are protected," Brennan said on "Fox News Sunday," warning that the president-elect's impulsivity could be dangerous.
Alyssa Langille is white, five-foot-two, and has blond hair and blue eyes. A witness told Peel Regional Police that at 1:25 p.m. ET Sunday, a grey or silver van came to an abrupt stop on Saint Barbara Boulevard at Comiskey Crescent.
"There's certainly been a trend that has been in play for the last three or four years where larger buildings would require crews to be on site year-round," said Guillaume Neault, principal market analyst with CMHC. Between 2006 and 2011, there were 7,000 additional renter households in Nova Scotia. Neault said between 2000 and 2008 there would be roughly 600 apartment units being built a year in Nova Scotia.
Warning: The following story and video contains offensive and disturbing language. York Region Transit is investigating after a bizarre tirade by a woman on a York region bus was caught on camera. The footage shows the woman hurling various insults and obscenities at a fellow passenger — and has been viewed more than a million times since it was posted on Facebook on Saturday.
We all have those moments from time to time when we hear a question and, for one reason or another, things just don’t click.
Sun, Jan 15: If you live on the South Coast and are tired of all this snow and ice - be careful what you wish for. Starting tomorrow, heavy rain will begin to fall. And it's expected to last for days. That is raising concerns about possible flooding. Kristen Robinson reports.
The triple murder trial for the man accused of killing five-year-old Nathan O'Brien, and his grandparents Alvin and Kathy Liknes, will hear testimony from the boy's mother first, as it gets underway Monday morning in Calgary. On the night they went missing, little Nathan had been at an impromptu sleepover with his grandparents. When Jennifer O'Brien arrived to pick up her son the next morning, the three were gone.
The area is 2,400 square kilometres — and according to Sterling Cripps, the president of the drone training company Canadian Unmanned, the area is ideal for drone or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) testing. The restricted area allows companies to test the drones' ability for communication and functionality at great heights and distances.
An Ottawa community group that provides care for students before and after school but isn't a licensed daycare is concerned it may not be able to offer the service to children six years and under when new provincial rules come into effect in September. The changes are part of the next phase of the Ontario government's Child Care and Early Years Act, which first came into effect in August 2015. Mary Tsai, executive director of the Glebe Neighbourhood Activities Group, operates a recreational program for children from junior kindergarten to Grade 6, before and after school.
Police in Brazil have entered two prisons in the country's northern state of Rio Grande do Norte where a riot left at least 10 inmates dead on Saturday, authorities said Sunday. Police entered the prisons on Sunday morning, according to the statement. The Alcacuz facility has capacity for 620 inmates, but houses 1,083.
Some Nunavummiut are questioning Nunavut Arctic College's decision to cancel its Inuit Studies program with little notice, shortly after the program's students returned for classes in Iqaluit after holiday break. Six students had been taking Inuit Studies at the Nunatta Campus in Iqaluit. The other two students had passed their courses but the college said the program could not continue with such a small enrolment.
The potential lawsuit is part of the fallout from the Quebec government's decision last year to cover the cost of private-sector ultrasounds. Since late December, radiologists have been required to forward the costs of ultrasounds to the public health insurance agency, RAMQ, instead of having patients pick up the bill. The initiative was meant to cut lengthy wait-times for public-sector ultrasounds.
An 18-year-old South Carolina woman abducted from a Florida hospital hours after her birth is meeting her biological family for the first time. Multiple media organizations report that Kamiyah Mobley met her birth parents on Saturday at the police department in Walterboro, the city 50 miles west of Charleston where she was raised under a false name. Craig Aiken said after the 45-minute meeting he is still in shock about suddenly being reunited with his long-lost daughter, but their first meeting couldn't have gone better.
A specialist in suicide prevention with Horizon Health says too much is made of Blue Monday, which popular culture suggests is the most depressing day of the year. By early January, references to Blue Monday were already popping up on social media, some as offers of support to people expecting to feel sad on the third Monday of January. In fact, the term Blue Monday originated with a travel agency trying to market winter vacations a few years back.
Researchers excavating the remains of one of the most notorious Nazi death camps have uncovered a pendant that appears identical to one belonging to Anne Frank, Israel's Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial said Sunday. Yad Vashem says it has ascertained the pendant belonged to Karoline Cohn — a Jewish girl who perished at Sobibor and may have been connected to the famous diarist. Since 2007, the Israel Antiquities Authority, together with Yad Vashem, has been conducting excavations at the former camp in Poland in a novel approach to Holocaust research.
The eagle has landed — on chickens and rare birds, with talons at the ready. The resurgence of the bald eagle is one of America's greatest conservation success stories. Federal protections mean farmers can do little to keep them away, said Ken Klippen, a poultry scientist and former farmer who heads the National Association of Egg Farmers.
According to Clive Keen, editor of B.C. Birding magazine, we need to take ourselves off the pedestal. Keen, alongside fellow bird-lover Cathy Steele, joined host Gloria Macarenko on CBC's B.C. Almanac. Whether it's the winter or the summer, it's extremely important to keep bird feeders clean.
Speeding scofflaws in Ontario will soon be feeling extra pressure to pay outstanding fines, as the province gives municipalities the power to deny them licence plates. Under changes the Liberal government is set to enact in May, people who have not paid fines for driving-based offences, such as speeding and careless driving, won't be able to get or renew their plates. The current plate denial regime only applies to vehicle-based offences, such as parking tickets and red-light camera fines.
A colourful igloo built using 600 milk cartons is warming hearts and bringing neighbours together in a northeast Calgary community. "Three years ago we started saving milk cartons," Bernie Amell told CBC News. Amell says he has a group of neighbours that just like hanging out together and this project looked like the perfect fit.
Vancouver resident Anthony Casey has never shopped at Muji, the Japanese houseware store known for its smart designs and unbranded merchandise. Muji decided on a mandatory registration process where shoppers sign-up for a 15-minute shopping window.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — It opened in 1859, the year Charles Dickens' new novel "A Tale of Two Cities" transfixed readers with Dr. Manette's tormented imprisonment at the Bastille. In its old basement dungeon, shackles were once used to keep inmates in solitary confinement. HMP was the site of at least five hangings.
A longtime PC operative has been suspended from the party, barred from its events and has now been let go by the Jason Kenney leadership campaign. "I got an email at 11:08 p.m. where there were rumours before of it on Twitter, without my knowledge. In the email informing Hallman of his suspension, Katherine O'Neill, the president of PC Alberta, told Hallman the matter was related to comments he made on social media last month directed towards two PCAA members.
Mount Seymour Provincial Park has been so popular this winter that visitors have had to endure a trail of bumper to bumper traffic along Mt Seymour Road in what's become the Lower Mainland's latest traffic trap. This video shot by the CBC's Chris Corday shows the long line of parked cars on the weekend. "It's been quite challenging to get up the road and into the parking lot and not just at Seymour Park, but a number of parks in the system," said avid hiker and blogger Steven Jones.
A Greenpeace campaigner has seen a recent uptick in the amount of vitriolic comments he's received online after Jane Fonda's visit to the oilsands. Mike Hudema posted a screenshot of a comment he received on Facebook Saturday night.
Toronto paramedics have rushed a man to a trauma centre in serious but stable condition after he was found shot in the neck at the scene of a two-vehicle crash in Rexdale Sunday. Inspector Domenic Sinopoli told CBC News the man's three-year-old nephew was found unharmed in a car seat by passersby. The child was taken to hospital as a precaution, Sinopoli says.