There is no subway service on Line 1 between St George and Downview stations this weekend due to signal upgrades, the Toronto Transit Commission says. All trains on Line 1 will turn back southbound at St George station. Shuttle buses will run between Downsview and Lawrence West stations during the
As an initiative to change the name of Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst National Historic Site on P.E.I. is being debated, a researcher weighs in on the history of Jeffery Amherst. Mi'kmaq elders and the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I. have raised questions about the honouring of Amherst, by naming sites
A stabbing at the Sunalta C-Train station Friday night has left one man dead and Calgary police searching for a suspect. Police say they were called at around 11:20 p.m. for reports of a fight between two men.
The Manitoba and federal governments have been unable to resolve a dispute over refugee funding because they cannot agree on how many claimants walking across the border stay in the province. The Progressive Conservative government asked for federal help in Feburary to provide housing, education and
It's been a busy year for Elise Phillippo and her husband Brandon. Instead, she was among the more than 88,000 Fort McMurray residents caught in bumper-to-bumper traffic as a fierce wildfire forced the entire northeastern Alberta city to empty. Phillippo would never see that dress again.
Edmonton Oilers games are starting late and ending later, leaving the Orange Crush crew sleep deprived for work and school the next morning. After an 11-year drought, Oilers fans are more ready than ever to forgo sleep to support their team. Sean Bowen was watching Game 5 against the San Jose Sharks
Philip Ugjuk was reminded why he learned to dance at the Qaggiit drum dance festival in Kugaaruk last week. Moments like these are why he says he likes drum dancing—the opportunities to travel to different communities, participate in Inuit traditions and meet new people. "I am lucky I learned,
Toronto police say they have arrested and charged two men after a stabbing outside a bar on Queen Street East. The men, both 25, have been charged with aggravated assault, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and assault.
In his first 100 days in office, President Donald Trump has produced hundreds of tweets, fired scores of rockets at Syria, signed dozens of executive orders, made one big move on the Supreme Court and signed no major legislation.
A Toronto man who had been serving a four-year prison sentence for defrauding more than 100 Canadian investors of nearly $7 million in a gold mine scheme has died in a Kingston, Ont., hospital. Robert Heward, 58, had been serving his sentence at the medium-security Joyceville Institution north of Kingston
Made famous by swimmer Michael Phelps among others. Long-standing assumptions about Canada-U.S. trade, the country's military procurement system and the Conservative leadership were challenged to the core. If there were any remaining believers in the theory that when U.S. President Donald Trump
As she lay in a strange bed that night in a shabby hotel room, feeling those first painful contractions, Monique Brunet wondered what remained of the fire-ravaged city she'd escaped just hours before. The next morning, her family completed their journey to safety, and Brunet gave birth to her daughter
Montreal Police stopped half a dozen people on the night of April 12 after they were caught illegally putting up posters promoting anti-gentrification activities, according to CBC's French-language service, Radio-Canada. The posters were promoting an "Anti-Gentrification Festival" on May
While mental health professionals are warning that the popular new Netflix series 13 Reasons Why could be dangerous for some youth, 14-year-old Andrew Ferguson has already watched all 13 episodes at his mother's suggestion. It's that instant connection with so many teens that has health professionals
Toronto police say a man is in custody after a two-vehicle crash on the Don Valley Parkway south of Don Mills Road early Saturday. Jenifferjit Sidhu, spokesperson for the Toronto Police Service, said police received a call about the crash in the southbound lanes of the Don Valley Parkway at about 6:
The first tall ship in more than 100 years will sail through the Northwest Passage this summer, according to voyage organizers. The SSV Oliver Hazard Perry looks like a traditional 19th century sailing ship with three masts and square sails, but its steel hull and twin engines will give it better odds
If there was a source for the otherworldly inspiration that seemed to course through Expo 67, the Canada Pavilion was a prime suspect. The inspiration for Katimavik, it turns out, wasn't so much rooted in the cosmos as it was in a team of immigrant architects with a profound love of Canada — and
Danielle Schami is mining gold in her Wakefield flower garden, but she's not expecting to strike it rich. The mother of two elementary school-age children already grows about a dozen different kinds of edible flowers, which she supplies to markets around the region. As an experiment last year,
A day after promising free prescription drugs for children and young adults in the Ontario's 2017 budget, Premier Kathleen Wynne is hinting she would like to expand the new pharmacare program to cover all ages. The province announced the expanded drug coverage in Thursday's annual budget, a
This week, the city unveiled an ambitious plan to achieve an 80 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, following through on a commitment first made by city council in 2007. Gord Perks, former chair of the city's Subcommittee on Climate Change, pulled no punches when describing how
If the biggest sign of recognition for high school athletes is a scholarship offer from a U.S. college, then Ottawa football prospect Jesse Luketa has been getting it in spades. Luketa has verbally committed to attending Penn State University in 2018, but that hasn't stopped dozens of other top-ranked