Watching Kristine Barry and husband Christopher Havill cuddle their two-month-old son Sebastian, it's hard to believe their little guy has been through more major medical procedures in his short life — and even before being born — than many people experience in a lifetime. Weeks before his birth
Police say they believe the fatal shooting of a man in Chilliwack, B.C. with ties to gang activity in Calgary was a targeted attack. Investigators say 33-year-old Yee Hung Chin, who was gunned down on Friday morning, was known to police. Chin's brother, Roger Chin, was gunned down in a targeted
"When are we gonna get real here and start hearing about meaningful accountability and consequences to take care of these situations and the real ongoings in the day-to-day workplace, and not these pie-in the-sky ideas of what should happen in the CPS," said 10-year veteran Kim Prodaniuk.
Toronto's notorious bike lane vigilante, Kyle Ashley, is one step closer to fulfilling his mission of keeping the city's bike lanes clear of errant vehicles as Canada Post vows to stop its drivers from parking where they shouldn't. Canada Post announced on Tuesday their vehicles will stop
Acclaimed Quebec filmmaker Denys Arcand says the idea behind his new movie, which he'll start filming this fall, came to him after two men walked into an Old Montreal boutique in 2010 and fatally shot two people.
The Windsor Furniture Bank opened April 2016 in the former Science City building on Marion Avenue and quickly became a place for anyone in need, explained Bob Cameron, executive director of the Downtown Windsor Community Collaborative, which established the bank in association with a group of local churches
First Nations leaders say they'll be able to do more projects and build more homes because of changes that give them more control over financial resources. The federal government announced Tuesday that First Nations will now be able to carry funding from year-to-year, instead of having to return
British Columbia's attorney general says the NDP government will not artificially delay permits for the Trans Mountain pipeline, despite the premier's vow to use every available tool to stop the project. David Eby said he's been tasked by Premier John Horgan to identify options to halt Kinder
Plans are underway to get a Saskatchewan First Nation clean water after more than five years under a drinking water advisory, and to meet a pledge to end such advisories on all reserves. Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett announced $9.2 million to replace the water treatment system on the White
The Glenaladale Heritage Trust has been awarded $15,000 in the national heritage contest called This Place Matters. Glenaladale was one of four eastern Canadian projects vying for the prize money, and won with more than 4,000 votes.
Police in Peel Region are sounding the alarm over what they say are a set of immigration scams promising to help customers secure documents for relatives to travel from China to Canada. The ads, which were published in several Chinese-language daily newspapers throughout the Greater Toronto Area, were
Artists are filling the streets this week with music, performances, painting and much more during the annual Arts in Motion Spirit of Chautauqua Festival in Summerside, P.E.I. "It's a real opportunity to be close up with the arts community and learn about how important the arts are in building
Warren Zakus and Kiara Adams of Midnight Sun Fireworks won a fireworks competition in Sherbrooke, Que. last week. "We were just really happy to be invited," said Zakus, who designed the winning performance with wife Adams. The couple, who are firefighters by day, started designing fireworks
The team is drafted, the date for training camp is set and head coach Gerard Gallant is getting ready for the upcoming NHL season. Gallant, a native of Summerside, P.E.I., became the Las Vegas Golden Knights first head coach on April 13. Last week, he spoke with CBC News: Compass about the expansion
Several former Magdalen Islanders arranged to come home during the celebrations to see longtime friends and catch up with family they haven't seen in a while. Vita Olsson (née Boudreault), 38, left the Magdalen Islands to study.
Mayor Denis Coderre hailed the City of Montreal for its "audacity" in hosting the upcoming Formula E electric-car race, an event that is quickly turning into a de-facto referendum on his political career. Coderre's political rivals have accused him of misusing taxpayer dollars to host
A week before its self-imposed deadline to reopen parts of Toronto Island, the city's Parks and Recreation department confirms visitors will be allowed back to spend money and suntan starting July 31st.
The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations has opened the organization's annual meeting with an impassioned plea to end racism. Perry Bellegarde said First Nations face alarming acts of hatred and violence and it must stop. Federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould said she shares
The Akaitcho Assembly in Fort Resolution, N.W.T., has been postponed this week due to the passing of Lutselk'e elder and former chief, Antoine Michel. Michel died from a lung disease Monday morning at Yellowknife's Stanton Territorial Hospital, according to a Dene Nation news release. He was
Malaysian national energy giant Petronas and its partners scrapped the Pacific NorthWest LNG megaproject Tuesday, ending months of anticipation on the fate of what would have been one of Canada's largest private infrastructure investments. The decision to cancel the development boiled down to simple
After receiving nearly $700,000 in funding, researchers from Ottawa and Waterloo are putting their heads together to study how cranial impact affects the brain, in hopes of preventing concussions. With expertise from Hoshizaki, who works with cadavers for his own research, Petel hopes their research