Canada’s Gushue advances to men’s Pan Continental Curling final with win over U.S.
Gushue’s team from St. John's, N.L., broke open a close game with three points in the ninth end and stole two more in the 10th to seal the win.
Avenue Magazine unveils Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40 for 2023
Trailblazers, innovators and leaders across the city are being celebrated this year in Avenue Magazine’s 2023 list of the Top 40 Under 40.
Fa-la-la-la-love! 44 new Hallmark Christmas movies are coming this holiday
Forget Halloween — Hallmark Channel's Countdown to Christmas has begun and you can catch more than 40 new holiday movies on W Network, starting now.
Ontario reversing urban boundary expansions for several communities
Ontario's new housing minister says the province is reversing its moves to expand some urban boundaries.
Eric Trump pressed on financial statement involvement in NY fraud trial
Donald Trump's son testified he had no involvement in financial statements that prosecutors say inflated his father's wealth, but emails suggested he had some knowledge.
Blackhawks down Leafs in Bedard’s Toronto debut
Auston Matthews and Connor Bedard had their names on the marquee ahead of a mouth-watering matchup.
Man wanted on Canada-wide warrant known to frequent Barrie, Kitchener, Brampton
Andrew Swan is currently in the midst of serving a four-year, four-month sentence after being convicted of sexual interference.
Soo Greyhounds edge London Knights 3-2 in shootout
Max McCue and Sam O'Reilly scored goals for the Knights in a 3-2 shootout loss on the road in Sault Ste. Marie.
Doug Ford shuffles cabinet after minister resignations
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has shuffled his cabinet in the wake of two minister resignations.
Sexual assault trial against former Sask. hockey coach enters 2nd day
Bernard (Bernie) Lynch is charged with a one count of sexual assault and one count of assault against a then-17-year-old boy in August of 1988.
Ontario legislature resumes after Greenbelt about-face, minister resignations
Ontario's legislature resumes sitting Monday on the heels of two cabinet ministers' resignations, a cabinet shuffle, and a major policy reversal.
Kitchener Rangers trim roster to 23, reassign 19 players
Kitchener kicks off the preseason schedule on Sunday afternoon when the club plays host to the Oshawa Generals in a matinee affair.
A not so classic Labour Day outing for Hamilton Tiger-Cats
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats lost the Labour Day Classic against the Toronto Argonauts for the second straight year, falling 41-28.
Indigo’s future at stake amid executive exits, economic fears: analysts
Indigo is still recovering from a ransomware attack and has just lost a slew of top-ranking executives. Here's what experts say about the retailer's prospects ahead of the fall.
Music copyright is still a mess after 500 years. Can we finally change things before AI takes over?
The legal situations involving music and copyright is a nightmare. Is this the way things finally get fixed?
‘Why was the road open?’: Family of N.S. flood victim demands answers, questions alert readiness
Nicholas Holland, 52, was among the four people who died in the historic, inland flooding on July 22, as torrential waters poured over rural Route 14 near Brooklyn, N.S.
Kingston teen off to BMX World Championships
At only 17 years old, Andrew Colling has represented Ontario and now he's off to the world championships wearing the maple leaf.
Warman Primary Health Centre set to open in Sask., will use nurse practitioners
The Warman Primary Health Centre will open in Saskatchewan next week with services being offered by nurse practitioners.
Pittsburgh synagogue shooter should get death penalty, jury decides
Robert Bowers spewed hatred of Jews and espoused white supremacist beliefs online before methodically planning and carrying out the 2018 massacre.
Randy Meisner, founding member of the Eagles, dies at 77
The bassist added high harmonies to many of the band's classic songs on its first five albums, and stepped out front for the popular ballad "Take It to the Limit."