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  • Plane crash in northern Saskatchewan results in injuries, but no fatalities: RCMP

    December 14, 2017 4:30 AM 7

    The plane carrying 25 people on board was en route to Stony Rapids on a regularly scheduled flight when it crashed. FOND DU LAC, SASK.—RCMP say a plane with 25 people on board has crashed in northern Saskatchewan. Police say the plane crashed shortly after taking off around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Fond du Lac airport. Mounties said the aircraft went down about

  • Baby injured, man stabbed in attack at Etobicoke condo

    December 13, 2017 2:20 PM 8

    Toronto police say they’ve arrested a suspect following morning attack that sent victims to hospital with serious injuries. A baby is in hospital in critical condition and a man is recovering from stab wounds after an incident at an Etobicoke condominium Wednesday morning. A woman was arrested near the scene and taken to hospital, Toronto police said. Const

  • Ottawa man makes Santa chair out of hockey sticks for Sens outdoor game

    December 13, 2017 12:31 PM 8

    'I'm so honoured to have the opportunity to do this,' says Marc Bertrand Marc Bertrand assembled used hockey sticks donated by Carleton University and the University of Ottawa, along with ones he found discarded at arenas, to create the bench. It will be used as a seat for Santa Claus outside the game between the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens

  • New fighter-jet competition to have 'economic interest' requirement

    December 12, 2017 6:15 PM 10

    OTTAWA - The Trudeau government is adding a new requirement to how it picks the winners of major military contracts by assessing a company's overall impact on the Canadian economy. The government is also launching a full competition to replace Canada's aging CF-18s with 88 new fighters, a move that comes in the midst of an ongoing trade dispute with U.S. aerospace

  • Garneau faces blow back from senators over air passenger bill of rights

    December 12, 2017 4:08 PM 11

    OTTAWA -- Marc Garneau is getting a strong rebuke from members of the Senate transport committee over who is to blame for the delays in approving a bill to create an air passenger bill of rights. The Liberals have been pushing senators to approve the bill by the end of the month so an air passenger bill of rights could be created early next year. Conservative

  • More snow overnight in GTA creates slick road conditions

    December 12, 2017 1:58 PM 10

    TORONTO -- Many drivers in southern Ontario can expect a slow and slippery drive to work this morning thanks to a fresh dusting of snow. It began to fall Monday and Environment Canada says some areas received eight to 10 centimetres of snow as of 4 a.m., with another five centimetres expected before the snow tapers off to flurries later this morning

  • Six-year-old boy's quick thinking helps save diabetic mother's life

    December 12, 2017 2:11 AM 10

    A vigilant six-year-old boy is being heralded by his community with a “Citizen Life-Saving Award” for quick-thinking that helped save his mother’s life. Denise McCormack was at home with her son Ronan Male when she slipped into a diabetic coma in May. With nobody else at home to help, the six-year-old rushed to the phone and dialed 911. "I told the operator

  • Crown to appeal stay against man accused in 'Surrey Six' murder case

    December 11, 2017 11:21 PM 9

    VICTORIA -- The Crown is appealing a judge's decision to stay a murder charge against a man at a trial stemming from the murders of six people in Surrey, B.C. Jamie Bacon was charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of conspiracy to murder Corey Lal. The case involves the murders of six people in a Surrey highrise in October 2007. In 2014, Cody Haevischer

  • Polls close in N.L. federal byelection, voting continues in Ont., Sask. and B.C

    December 11, 2017 11:19 PM 12

    CBC News will have live results as they come in from N.L, Ont., Sask., and B.C. The Liberals are also trying to hold onto the late Arnold Chan's seat in Scarborough–Agincourt in Ontario. Chan died earlier this year and his widow, Jean Yip, is now running as the Liberal candidate. The Conservatives are looking to retain MP Gerry Ritz's seat in Battlefords

  • Winnipeg woman charged in death of teen with autism

    December 11, 2017 8:43 PM 14

    The RCMP in Manitoba have charged a woman in connection with the 2016 death of an 18-year-old woman with severe autism who died in a foster home. Lisa Marie Campbell, 26, of Winnipeg, was arrested Thursday. Police announced Monday she has been charged with manslaughter in the death of Lydia Whitford. Whitford, who also had epilepsy and was non-verbal