Longtime CBC radio producer Michael Finlay died Tuesday from medical complications following a random assault in Toronto's east end, his family has confirmed. In an email to CBC staff, Cathy Perry, executive director of newsgathering and operations, said he will be remembered as an exceptional storyteller, documentary maker and editor. Perry said Finlay travelled the world to produce radio documentaries for a number of programs, including Sunday Morning. "If you worked on a documentary with Mich
Esther "Essie" Nakajjigo's husband and parents initially filed a $270 million claim against the National Park Service in 2021 over her death
A female firefighter said she has seen comments made by male colleagues about the type of underwear women were wearing in a car crash.
Several residents and ministers are calling out Canada's largest grocery retailer, Loblaws—yet again—for "profiteering" amid rising food prices after they announced an end to its price freeze on its popular generic house brand products.
A man from northeastern New Brunswick who killed two teenagers and left another for dead near Miramichi in the late 1980s has been granted full parole. Kenneth Esson, 58, of Neguac was serving a life sentence for first and second-degree murder, attempted murder and sexual assault committed in 1986. The Parole Board of Canada granted Esson full parole in a Jan. 5 decision provided to CBC News on Monday. The decision says "the board finds that you have reached the stage of your life sentence when
Emergency services "literally found the needle in the haystack", authorities have said.
Misogynistic influencer Andrew Tate is ‘exploiting’ misogynistic views among young people in Romania, local politicians tell Maya Oppenheim
The man’s body was found with various items, including a 1/2-inch long rubber chicken and heart-shaped stone charm, according to the sheriff’s office.
The victim had just retired from the Aging and Disability Resource Center after a 17-year career with Pierce County.
KYIV (Reuters) -Ukrainian state security officials searched the home of billionaire businessman Ihor Kolomoiskiy on Wednesday, in what several media outlets said was an investigation into possible financial crimes. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) did not immediately reply to a request for comment about the reports, and Kolomoiskiy could not be reached for comment. A senior governing party official confirmed Kolomoiskiy's home had been searched - as well as that of a former interior minister - but did not state the reason for the search.
In video evidence shown to jurors, a primary school-aged child claimed they never saw two-year-old Jellica Burke again after the game with 52-year-old Andrew Innes. Innes denies murdering Jellica and her mother Bennylyn Burke, 25, and has instead lodged a special defence of diminished responsibility. Innes is currently on trial for murder at the High Court in Edinburgh.
The town has become a frequent landing spot.
Cherizier, best known by his childhood nickname Barbecue, has become the most recognized name in Haiti. Internationally, he’s known as Haiti’s most powerful and feared gang leader, sanctioned by the United Nations for “serious human rights abuses,” and the man behind a fuel blockade that brought the Caribbean nation to its knees late last year. At a time when democracy has withered in Haiti and gang violence has spiraled out of control, it's armed men like Cherizier that are filling the power vacuum left by a crumbling government.
The St. Louis County prosecutor’s office said they will support a stay of execution for Leonard Taylor so that the time of the victims’ deaths can be further investigated.
Astiyazh Haghighi, 21, and her fiance, Amir Mohammad Ahmadi, 22, were filmed dancing romantically in front of Tehran's Azadi Tower.
"This will be a dog's fight, beginning to end," an ex-Manhattan investigations chief predicts of the looming contest between Trump and prosecutors.
A boy is recovering after being attacked by a mountain lion in rural San Mateo County on Tuesday evening.
Milton Keynes Police commander Superintendent Marc Tarbit confirms that a four-year-old girl who died in a dog attack on Tuesday is believed to have been killed by a family pet in a "tragic, isolated incident".
The four-year-old girl who was killed by a dog in a Milton Keynes back garden has been named as Alice Stones. Police were called to a house in the Broadlands area at about 5pm on Tuesday, but Alice died at the scene shortly after. The dog was put down and no one else was hurt.
The drivers and passengers fought in a parking lot, police said.