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The Toronto Maple Leafs gave the Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington Capitals all they could handle in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and that's reason enough for the franchise to be proud of its progress, writes Mike Brophy.
Workers in New Orleans removed the first of four prominent Confederate monuments on Monday morning, becoming the latest Southern institution to sever itself from symbols viewed by many as a representation of racism and white supremacy.
Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch is vowing to deport asylum seekers who are caught sneaking into Canada, following a visit to the Manitoba town that's been a hotspot for border crossers.
In a historic departure from 30 years of alternating between the country's parties on the left and right, the French have voted out the old guard and chosen two candidates who have little experience governing in the first round of presidential election voting, Michelle Gagnon writes from Paris.
An Edmonton family has been going through "a lot of heartache" since learning that a body found Friday outside a church was 17-month-old Anthony Joseph Raine. "I never thought I'd have to bury my own son," says the toddler's mother, Dalyce Raine, 19.
Afghan officials say the country's army chief and the defence minister have resigned following the weekend Taliban attack at a northern army base that killed more than 100 military and other personnel.
The RCMP's trial on charges the force violated the Canada Labour Code during the handling of the Moncton, N.B., shootings that left three officers dead and two others wounded in 2014 gets underway today in provincial court.
More than 120 people from the Greater Toronto Area's Chinese community have likely lost nearly $9 million in syndicated mortgage investments solicited by someone they trusted and who then loaned the money to a convicted fraudster, a CBC News investigation has found.
Donald Trump's attack on Canada's softwood lumber industry last week was pretty vague. But this trade dispute is about to get very specific: the U.S. Department of Commerce will release its decision Tuesday on potentially damaging countervailing duties on Canadian imports.
The floodwaters that forced hundreds from their homes in southwestern Quebec have begun to recede. Heavy rain earlier this week caused the Ottawa River to overflow, leading to forced evacuations in Rigaud, Que.
Ontario's provincial government announced this week its plans to expand rent control. But in comparable places like New York, experts offer differing views on the positive or negative impact such regulations have had on the housing market.
Next month, British Columbia will become the second province in Canada with mandatory sexual assault policies in place at its universities — but some experts say while such policies are a good first step they are far from a perfect solution.
In the days since a toddler's body was discovered near the back of an Edmonton church, members of the community and congregation who didn't even know the young boy have been paying their respects at a memorial for him.
An initiative developed by a McMaster University professor of medicine is offering families of patients in their last days of life a way to humanize the grieving process, particularly in the fast-paced, technology-focused hospital setting.
Evidence from other legal jurisdictions suggests marijuana-infused foods could be hugely popular once Canada legalizes marijuana, but the federal government says it needs extra time to develop special regulations for edibles before they can be legally sold.
After nearly two decades of taunts, threats and physical abuse behind bars, Fallon Aubee hopes to become Canada's first federal inmate to be placed in a prison based on gender identity rather than genitalia.
Two breakaway goals less than a minute apart Saturday night proved to be the difference as the Edmonton Oilers defeated the San Jose Sharks 3-1 and advanced to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
France goes to the polls on Sunday for the first round of a bitterly fought presidential election, crucial to the future of Europe and a closely-watched test of voters' anger with the political establishment.
Mats Zuccarello scored two goals in an 11:05 span in the second period to lead the New York Rangers to a 3-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference quarter-finals Saturday.
An Israeli-American teenager accused of making dozens of bomb threats to Jewish community centres was identified for the first time on Friday in separate criminal complaints filed in U.S. federal courts in Florida and Georgia that linked him to hundreds of hoax calls in 2015 and 2017.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen are set to face each other in a May 7 runoff for the French presidency after coming first and second in Sunday's first round of voting, early projections indicated.
Though Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are favoured, any two of the four top contenders could advance to the second round of France's presidential election — with potentially serious repercussions for Canada and the world.
In the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump's comments about Wisconsin dairy farmers being treated unfairly by Canada, people in the dairy industry say the problem is more about overproduction of milk in the state.
Scientists and their supporters marched in hundreds of cities around the world Saturday, including over a dozen in Canada, protesting against proposed U.S. government funding cuts to scientific research and public rejection of established science such as climate change.
Those sensual flowers, expansive landscapes and stark buildings expressed as planes of light and dark — Georgia O'Keeffe's memorable body of work is often considered inseparable from her American heritage. But, at one time, she was in love with Canada.
Steve Paikin, host of The Agenda on TVO, posited in a blog post this week that part of the reason why Wynne's approval is so low is because Ontarians aren't as open and progressive as they like to think.
Fox News fired its biggest star among sexual harassment allegations and CEO Roger Ailes had to step down last summer because of similar claims. But its strong post-election ratings mean Fox News brand will likely live on, say experts.
Bumping passengers from overbooked flights is both a widespread and legal industry practice. Still, some travellers are publicly protesting it. Experts say overbooking is here to stay but there are ways airlines can make it work for travellers.
Prosecutors will have to prove that Michelle Omoruyi, the Regina woman charged with human smuggling, was not providing humanitarian-type aid to asylum seekers or trying to help members of her family, says a Vancouver lawyer.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says Canada has not been asked to contribute to any kind of military buildup around Korea. He says the Liberal government prefers to concentrate on diplomacy and would not discuss the country's obligations under the armistice that ended the first Korean War in 1953.
Hundreds of children fathered by ISIS foreign fighters or brought to the self-proclaimed caliphate by their parents are now imprisoned or in limbo with nowhere to go, collateral victims as the militant group retreats and home countries hesitate to take them back.
If Donald Trump sounds like he's in a hurry to start renegotiating NAFTA, it's because he is. He says so. The president's team even admits a major reason for the urgency, which can be summed up in four words and they're not Canadian dairy, energy, or lumber
U.S. border patrol officers claim to have documented multiple instances where they believe Nigerian nationals were smuggled into Canada from North Dakota. The husband of a Saskatchewan woman charged earlier this week is one of three other people arrested by U.S. authorities, according to affidavits obtained by CBC News.
Former nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer will be arraigned on eight counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of seniors at two long-term care facilities in Ontario — one in Woodstock and the other in London — as well as other charges.
The Champs-Élysees gunman who shot and killed a police officer just days before France's presidential election was detained in February for threatening police but then freed, officials say. He was also convicted in 2003 of attempted homicide in the shootings of two police officers.
A 28-year-old German-Russian citizen was arrested Friday in Germany on suspicion of bombing the bus carrying the Borussia Dortmund soccer team in an attack last week that officials alleged was motivated by financial greed.
A fierce and deeply emotional legal battle is brewing as the "reasonably foreseeable" death requirement for medical assistance in dying is challenged in court. The government and disability advocates are vowing to preserve it.
The hotel chain that owns Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, InterContinental and other brands said credit card information of their guests may have been stolen last year at thousands of locations, including more than 100 in Canada.
Many of the thousands of Syrian refugees who have fled to Canada in the last few years face a vexing problem: erroneous names recorded on their official immigration papers. The problems largely arise from transferring Arabic names into French or English. So far, more than 400 people have applied for official name changes.
Many French voters are fed up with their political system and eager for change ahead of the first round of the presidential election on Sunday. But that change could have a major impact well beyond the country's borders.