Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ont., won the first ATP final of his career Sunday, downing Filip Krajinovic 6-4, 6-4 at the Stockholm Open.
So long as Quebec’s distinct character remains unaddressed in the Constitution, it is likely the Bloc will continue to haunt the other federal parties for some time to come.
Last summer, the CBC’s Jean Paetkau saved her seven-year-old son from an undiagnosed life-threatening allergy at a local pool. Paetkau describes how emergency training and a career in the newsroom helped her to cope with the crisis. The event changed her relationship with her son, ultimately creating a closer bond.
Canada’s defamatory libel laws are often seen as an obscure legal relic. But one researcher says prosecutions using the charge have climbed steadily in recent years — and she says that’s a problem when the law presents an intrusion on freedom of expression and leaves the door open for abuse.
An Alberta judge’s critique of a forensic pathologist’s dropping of Hs and mispronouncing vowels hurt deeply, and does not bode well for Canada’s proud heritage of pluralism, writes physician Boluwaji Ogunyemi.
Whole Foods is the latest grocery chain affected by a recall of hundreds of beef and veal products across Canada due to possible E. coli contamination.
Police have shut down a number of blocks in downtown Calgary following an incident Saturday afternoon where officers fired shots toward a vehicle, after the driver ignored police barricades and attempted to drive toward a military parade.
Greta Thunberg travelled to Fort McMurray Friday, following her speech at a large rally in Edmonton.
Two leaders vying to be the next prime minister of Canada repeatedly dodged questions from reporters today, with Justin Trudeau refusing to speak about electoral reform or post-election scenarios and Andrew Scheer deflecting calls for an explanation on allegations his party orchestrated a smear campaign against a rival political party.
Pascal Siakam’s dizzying speed is matched only by his equally dizzying rise. From a tough rookie season to the NBA’s most improved player just two years later, the Cameroonian forward has already taken giant leaps on the court. Now, with the departure of Kawhi Leonard, Siakam is primed for more.
The 44-year-old man was on trial for the murders of his former spouse, Véronique Barbe, 41, and 71-year-old Yvon Lacasse, a man he encountered at a highway rest stop after fleeing Barbe’s home with a six-year-old boy.
Marine mammals’ sensitivity to noise has researchers seeking more time to look at impact of shipping LNG from Saguenay.
Across the country, local campaigns are increasingly drawing minors into the partisan fold, even before they can vote themselves.
It may have started off slowly, but as with any campaign, there were plenty of highlights (or lowlights, depending on your point of view).