Receive up-to-the-minute news updates on the hottest topics with NewsHub. Install now.

Photo, Video

15:15 Transport truck 'driver inattention' to blame for death of 10 people in crashes on Hwy. 401, OPP say


11:02 A deeply disturbing and emotional 1st week at the Laura Babcock murder trial


01:03 'When he spoke, people really listened': Victim identified in deadly Fernie ammonia leak


16:06 21.9% of Canadians are immigrants, the highest share in 85 years: StatsCan



All category news

  • Canadian pilot killed in small plane crash in Panama City

    December 21, 2017 2:49 AM 48

    Ron Simard was an aviation enthusiast who built and flew experimental planes Authorities in Panama say a pilot from Saskatchewan has died after his small plane crashed shortly after takeoff. The director of Panama's civil aviation authority identified the pilot as Ron Simard, who CBC has confirmed is from Meadow Lake, Sask. Alfredo Fonseco Mora told CBC News in Spanish

  • Trudeau violated ethics laws with visits to Aga Khan's island, commissioner rules

    December 20, 2017 5:25 PM 25

    'Vacations accepted by Mr. Trudeau or his family could reasonably be seen to have been given to influence' him Prime Minister Justin Trudeau violated some provisions of the Conflict of Interest Act when he vacationed on a private island owned by the Aga Khan, the federal ethics watchdog has found. But there will be no penalties, according to the Office

  • Date for legalized pot is ‘next summer’ — not July 1, Trudeau says

    December 20, 2017 4:03 PM 10

    MONTREAL—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says “next summer,” and not July 1, is the date cannabis will become legal across the country. Excerpts of an interview Trudeau gave the TVA network in Quebec were broadcast Tuesday, with the full interview to be shown Wednesday night. Trudeau shook his head when interviewer Pierre Bruneau asked him why he was so obsessed

  • Man who put up famous Burlington Christmas light display dies after fall from roof

    December 20, 2017 2:29 PM 10

    Doug Musson had been decorating his home with holiday lights for more than 30 years The Burlington, Ont., man who for more than 30 years put together a brilliant Christmas display that covered his home died Monday after falling from his roof while trying to fix a leak that was affecting the display. "He was up on a ladder trying to find out why water

  • Trudeau, Scheer go with family theme on their 2017 holiday cards

    December 20, 2017 3:30 AM 20

    NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s card is a shot of him greeting people. He has his own message: “Happy Holidays. With Love and Courage.” OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer are going with a family theme on their Christmas — or holiday — cards this year. Trudeau’s card features a dozen small photos of him, his wife and his three

  • Justin Trudeau to visit India in 2018: Indian news report

    December 19, 2017 9:52 PM 15

    OTTAWA—An Indian news outlet is reporting that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit India in February and may pay a visit to the Punjab region’s famed Golden Temple. The Indian Express reports that an advance team from the PMO logistics branch visited Amritsar this week and is checking possible locations. The Prime Minister’s Office says it has people

  • Alberta worker dies, several taken to hospital after suspected carbon monoxide leak

    December 19, 2017 9:09 PM 19

    Six men were reportedly rushed to hospital from Dave’s Diesel Repair. One was in critical condition and five were stable, according to EMS. ACHESON, ALTA.—One worker died and several others were in hospital Tuesday after a suspected carbon monoxide leak at a business in an industrial park west of Edmonton. Trent Bancarz with Alberta Occupational Health

  • Derailed Amtrak train was travelling 80 km/h over speed limit: NTSB

    December 19, 2017 7:55 AM 39

    Data recorders found the train was going 128 km/h in 48 km/h zone The National Transportation Safety Board says an Amtrak train that crashed Monday morning in Washington state was going 80 km/h above the speed limit. The crash killed at least three people and injured more than 70 people. At a news conference, officials said the train was travelling 128 km/h in a 48 km/h zone. The train

  • Olivia and Benjamin the most popular baby names in Ontario

    December 18, 2017 8:33 PM 16

    The provincial government says the name Liam has slipped to second place for boys, while Olivia has been the most popular name for baby girls since 2008. The provincial government says Liam slipped to second place after holding the top spot for boys’ names for five years running, while Olivia has been the most popular name for baby girls since 2008. The Ministry

  • Richard Wagner sworn in as chief justice of the Supreme Court

    December 18, 2017 3:58 PM 12

    Wagner takes over from Beverley McLachlin, who retired Friday after serving for 17 years as chief. OTTAWA—Richard Wagner has officially taken the helm at Canada’s highest court. The Quebec jurist was sworn in today as chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada at a short ceremony at Rideau Hall. Wagner takes over from Beverley McLachlin, who retired