Sam Souryavong and his sister Sandy are closing up shop Sunday at their Hintonburg convenience store and southeast Asian lunch counter.
The Liberal Party of Canada has announced Haley Brown as their candidate in the upcoming Calgary Midnapore byelection. The seat has been vacant since September, when longtime Conservative MP Jason Kenney stepped down to run for leadership of Alberta's Progressive Conservatives. "I believe
Two Ottawa city councillors were among the hundreds of thousands of protesters at the Women's March on Washington Saturday. The march was organized primarily by women in opposition to President Donald Trump proposed policies on women's rights. The scope of the event was broadened to preventing
The enthusiasm was undeniable at the Edmonton event, one of hundreds around the world organized after Donald Trump won the U.S. election last November. "People are just standing up and saying enough is enough," Edmonton-Strathcona MP Linda Duncan told CBC News at the rally Saturday.
It was one of many similar rallies happening around the world in support of women's rights following Donald Trump's presidential inauguration on Friday. Many of the signs held high along the route skewered Trump's comments and views.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has congratulated U.S. President Trump on his inauguration. The Prime Minister's Office says the two men spoke by phone Saturday, but it was not immediately clear how long the conversation lasted. The PMO said in an email that Trudeau noted the depth of the Canada-US
Tens of thousands of women from all walks of life came together Saturday for a powerful march through downtown Toronto. Each attendee had their own reasons for being there — the U.S. election outcome, wage inequality, the threat of sexual violence, to name a few — but everyone was also there to support
Thousands of Canadians, many waving signs and wearing pointy-eared pink hats, gathered in cities and towns across the country Saturday to show solidarity with the massive Women's March in Washington. A day after Donald Trump's inauguration as U.S. president, large cheering crowds of women, men
Quebec's Crown is questioning a judge's refusal to sit for three days of hearings last month when he objected to how the special constables providing security in his courtroom were dressed, Radio-Canada has learned. In a request filed with Quebec Superior Court, the Director of Penal and Criminal
Students on P.E.I. have created models of what their ideal city would look like 100 years in the future — and it includes greener transportation and healthy living. About 175 students in grades 6, 7 and 8 participated a pilot project that brought the U.S.-based Future City competition to Canada for
RCMP in Nunavut say they believe three people died Saturday after a large snow machine went through the ice. Police say four men were travelling on the ice from Rankin Inlet to Arviat but fell through near the community of Whale Cove. Police say it's believed they were using a large snowmobile
Environment Canada is warning motorists to exercise caution as visibility may be reduced to zero in parts of eastern Ontario and western Quebec — including the national capital region.
A small but determined group of people met for the first time at the Central Experimental Farm's observatory Saturday morning, hoping to grow their ranks and spread their message that a new Civic hospital complex should be built at Tunney's Pasture to avoid losing trees and green space. The
A U.K. national in Canada on a student visa says he and a friend were turned away at the U.S. border because they intended to go to Saturday's Women's March in Washington. Joe Kroese said he and his Canadian friend were trying to cross the border with two Americans on Thursday. Eventually,
When Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield covered Space Oddity from space, he may have created a new genre of music: science rock. Blais, whose mother ran a church choir, ended up setting his favourite pop songs to his favourite physics theories.
A perfect storm of weather conditions has a Kananaskis avalanche expert on edge, warning outdoors enthusiasts to be vigilant. "In terms of depth, it's about average [but] the quality of the snow pack is quite different," Alberta Parks public safety specialist Matt Mueller told CBC News
Widespread fog is set to blanket Toronto tonight into Sunday morning, bringing with it near-zero visibility and at times "hazardous" travel conditions.
Eight vehicles, including four semi-tractor trailers, were involved in three collisions at the intersection of Highway 63 and Highway 55, RCMP said in a press release. In the first crash, RCMP said a semi-truck was crossing Highway 55 when it was struck by a van. Two trucks also collided at the same
Hundreds of Canadian women who carted signs and flags to the U.S. capital for a massive rally for women's rights were greeted Saturday with cheers and shouts of gratitude by Americans supporting the march. As the group wound down the streets of Washington, D.C. — many wearing pink knit hats or carrying
One man is confirmed dead and two others are missing but presumed dead after their large Bombardier snowmobile broke through the ice near Whale Cove, Nunavut, on Saturday morning. All the men are from Rankin Inlet and are between 27 and 55 years old. The men were on a cargo run from Rankin Inlet to
Big city mayors, including Ottawa's Jim Watson, are calling on the Prime Minister for a coordinated national response to the deadly fentanyl crisis sweeping across the country. Big city mayors sat down with Justin Trudeau on Friday and among other issues, told him that opioid abuse is one of the
With Donald Trump now officially at the helm of Canada's largest trading partner, Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci is sticking by the province's climate leadership plan and the carbon tax at its heart.
A Toronto Public Health official says one person was admitted to hospital and 120 people have been sickened by an illness at a Humber College residence that began earlier this week. Dr. Michael Finkelstein, an associate medical officer of health, said about 40 people visited emergency rooms after students
The eastbound and westbound lanes of the Henday were closed from Manning Drive to 97th Street while police dealt with a collision at 66th Street involving two semi-tractor trailers and two vehicles. Leduc RCMP were also reporting a serious collision on Highway 2A at Township Road 490. Environment Canada