Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson has completed a secret trip to Iraq. During a conference call from neighbouring Jordan, he told reporters that the threat of ISIL dominated his conversations in the Middle East.
Quebec police have determined that the white powder in an envelope sent to the constituency office of Infrastructure Minister Denis Lebel is harmless. Suspicious envelopes containing white powder turned up at the constituency offices of four Quebec Conservative MPs on Thursday.
Motorists are pulling up at some Toronto-area gas stations to find the pumps are dry. The oil companies that supply fuel in the area have said it’s a temporary situation, but analysts say drivers should get used to it.
The parents of a woman raped and killed on a New Delhi bus in 2012 explains to CBC News why they have turned to the courts after controversial comments from one of the perpetrators in a new documentary came to light this week.
Jeff Bauman, who lost his legs in the Boston Marathon bombing and whose injuries were captured in an iconic photo of the attack, testified today that he locked eyes with with Tamerlan Tsarnaev moments before the explosion.
Montreal looks to avoid a California sweep, Vancouver needs Eddie Lack to come up big, Calgary's Johnny Gaudreau returns home and Toronto tries for its second straight win in the state of Florida on Thursday night in the NHL.
The combination of star Christine Sinclair and rookie Jessie Fleming represented the present and future of Canadian soccer on Wednesday at the Cyprus Women’s Cup in Nicosia. But can the rookie take the mantle from Sinclair once the Canadian legend calls it quits?
Former Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson says he's not ready to be a general manager or a coach, but that Ottawa is "definitely one of the places" he and his family will consider settling down in now that he's retired.
Less than 24 hours after Montreal police arrested 279 student protesters upset with tuition hikes, demonstrators gathered in a downtown park on Saturday for a different--and less angry--manifestation. [...]