The Conservatives are a "big tent" party that can weather any divisions that might be created by a vote Saturday on dropping parts of the policy that oppose same sex marriage, Tories say. The vote, scheduled for Saturday afternoon, will be the culmination of 2 1/2 days of introspection and
Kathleen Wynne wonders whether a man would have faced the same kind of vicious attack that was aimed at her by a member of Alberta's Wildrose party. The Ontario premier says she accepts the Opposition party's apology but suggests a man might not have been treated the same way. Wynne was a visitor
Conservative whip Gord Brown says he hopes cooler heads will prevail when the House of Commons returns on Monday. It was Brown that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau grabbed a week and a half ago to try and hurry along a vote, and in the process elbowed a female New Democrat MP, causing an uproar in the
May 28, 1925 – The Roddick Memorial Gates officially opened at McGill University. The iconic entrance to the university were a gift in honour of Sir Thomas Roddick from his wife Lady Amy Redpath Roddick.
A man with a cottage in Philipsburg, Que. is calling for something to be done after finding needles and syringes on his beach. Robert Galbraith spends most summers picking up errant pieces of plastic, water bottles or shotgun shells, which wash up along the shore of the Missisquoi Bay. "It breaks
Through stunning photos of lakes, wildlife and the night sky, 28-year-old Mistissini, Que., photographer Brendan Forward is capturing life in Cree territory and the culture of the Cree people.
Sky Lennie is in for what could be the training exercise of her life this summer.
Despite a day of mediation between the employer and union, some bus drivers in the Eastern Townships are still locked out of work. The school bus transportation company Sogesco locked out drivers from its subsidiary, Autobus Yamaska, on May 20. The decision left 930 students from the Eastern Townships
In light of a new Sushi Shop ad for sushi tacos CBC Montreal's Daybreak sought to answer find the answer to the following query: when is a taco not a taco? The first was Mexican-Montrealer Judith Benitez, who is also an employee at traditional taco restaurant El Rey del Taco. Benitez says whenever
Ottawa Race Weekend organizers have changed the start times for two of its races this weekend to try to avoid the overwhelming heat and high humidity. Saturday's 10 kilometre race will start at 7 p.m. instead of 6:30 p.m., while Sunday's half marathon will start at 8:15 a.m. instead of 9 a.m
The comment "does not reflect the values of the Wildrose caucus," leader Brian Jean said in a news release just before midnight. "Invite Premier Wall here! Invite Premier Wall," Fildebrandt shouted at Premier Rachel Notley as she tried to answer a question.
The Toronto Transit Commission is investigating what it calls "an incredibly serious situation" after video surfaced online showing subway train doors stuck open as the vehicle travelled over the Bloor Street viaduct. The passenger said the train doors remained open as the car travelled between
A 48-hour boil water advisory was issued for the town of Ste-Julie on Montreal's South Shore Friday night. The advisory was launched after a major supper-time breakdown caused a drop in water pressure, according to mayor Suzanne Roy.
The 20th annual telethon in support of Charlottetown's Queen Elizabeth Hospital is on this weekend. Many of the volunteers, donors and musicians have been participating since the telethon began. This year the event will feature a "look back" over the last 20 years, said Barb Dunphy, CEO
Three men were sent to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a late-night fight near College Street and Borden Street.
Island birders are out Saturday documenting the movement and migration of local bird populations. Nature PEI's annual bird count takes place across the Island, over a 24-hour period. One alarming trend they'll be paying close attention to is the rapid decline in woodland birds.
Randal Kay admits he never thought he'd see the warm glow of his neon sign.
Are these animals (and plant) smiling at us? We think they are. And why wouldn't they be? It's spring on P.E.I. and they have so much to look forward to (except maybe the lobster).
The owner of Ottawa Boat Cruise, Robert Taillefer said they had to build their own boat, creating what he thinks may be the largest electric powered tourist boat in North America. The 100 passenger solar-powered boat still needs to be plugged in at the dock each night for about three hours, but Taillefer
Torontonians have the chance to visit more than a hundred unique, historical and otherwise interesting buildings across the city today and Sunday for the 17th Doors Open event. Despite the technical problems, Doors Open TO cheerfully tweeted a link to the broken map at around 8 a.m.
The Blackfoot Truckstop Diner, an iconic Inglewood establishment, this June celebrates 60 years of serving Calgarians everything from lemon meringue pie to milkshakes.
His funeral was held on a cold grey Wednesday morning. No one came.
Planning for new bike lanes on 106th Street south of the Whitemud may take a bit longer than expected, because the route has proved more complicated than other. The painted bike lanes on 106th Street were removed last year after a public outcry over the danger of on-street lanes. Michael Walters said
TORONTO - No winning ticket was sold for the $25 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.
"With robotics, when you apply it to some sort of social impact, you'll be able to see how technology can really impact the world and change it for the better," Erin Kennedy told Giacomo Panico on CBC Radio's In Town And Out. The design of the colourful, four-wheeled robot was inspired