Moosonee woman sues OPP after waiting years for complaint against officer to be dealt with
Years after filing a complaint to the province’s police watchdogCheryl Hookimaw says she still sees SgtRandy Cota in her small community regularly.
Researchers stunned by rapid rate of erosion on Herschel Island
The team from the University of Edinburgh has been monitoring effects of climate change on Yukon's north coast since 2008.

CommentPolitical | 12:06 AM on Wednesday
Donald Trump has threatened to blow up NAFTA less than one week into the renegotiation of the trade agreement, providing an early indication that the upcoming talks might occur under a cloud of menace.
CommentProvincial Politics | 4:56 PM on Tuesday
Ontario and the OLG want to quash a court summons ordering ex-premier and others to testify in a lawsuit brought by horse breeders.
CommentMisc World | 11:52 AM on Tuesday
The estimated jackpot for Wednesday night's Powerball lottery game has climbed to $700 million, making it the second-largest in U.S. history.
CommentPolitical | 8:19 AM on Tuesday
When the prime minister's top adviser, Gerald Butts, defended the government’s decision to pay his friend Rana Sarker, the country’s new consul general in San Francisco, far more than the usual scale for the posting, it was worth paying attention.
CommentLaw & Order | 8:04 AM on Tuesday
Const. Rajvir Ghuman was arrested over the weekend after an alleged victim came forward to police on Aug. 19.
CommentLaw & Order | 9:03 PM on Monday
Rehab Dughmosh faces 14 terror-related charges, including participating in terrorist activity.
CommentMisc CDN | 8:44 PM on Monday
The light trailers introduced in 1968 have always had a cult following, but in recent years demand has surged.
CommentBusiness | 8:42 PM on Monday
The Calgary Airport Authority says it has relocated some disabled parking bays that were converted to more lucrative "Lexus-only" spaces. Some customers aren't too happy with the move.
CommentLaw & Order | 5:28 PM on Monday
A study found that 80 per cent of Bohra women surveyed have undergone FGM and two of the study’s 18 Canadian participants said it happened within Canada’s borders.
CommentMisc CDN | 1:47 PM on Monday
Neshan Wagstaffe has been lavishing his dog Clouseau with some extra treats and even a new bed ever since the animal woke him from a mid-afternoon nap last week.
CommentHistory | 1:45 PM on Monday
A memorial park commemorating Canadian soldiers who died in a "remarkable" but not well known First World War battle opens next week in France. While the Canadian Corps' accomplishment at Vimy is a storied and celebrated part of Canada's history, the vict
CommentFunny | 10:31 AM on Monday
One expert says gas stations are buying fuel for about the same price they're selling it for and market prices have gone up dramatically.
CommentEnvironmental | 8:10 AM on Monday
Syncrude is one of the first oilsands companies trying to restore a wetland back to some semblance of what it was before it was mined. It's been five years since the company began the science experiment. This week, they invited reporters to have a look.
CommentBusiness | 7:57 AM on Monday
Jerry Bigam fondly remembers the day "way back when" the new automated order notification system at his bakery crashed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website.
CommentMilitary | 7:44 AM on Monday
President Donald Trump, returning to the White House on Sunday night, responded to reporters' questions about the collision by saying: 'That's too bad'
CommentLaw & Order | 7:24 AM on Monday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a message for asylum seekers: crossing illegally into the country doesn't offer an advantage when it comes to obtaining refugee status in Canada.
CommentEnvironmental | 7:22 AM on Monday
This is the first major test of the power grid since America started bringing large amounts of intermittent solar and wind resources onto the system
CommentTech | 5:30 AM on Monday
After getting locked out of their Toyota Estima minivan for almost two months, a Canadian family has regained access to their car after a hacker agreed to help them.
CommentTech | 5:29 AM on Monday
What if the routers and servers that underpin the internet could also double as one big anti-censorship tool?
CommentMisc CDN | 9:14 PM on Sunday
A handful of small fires in B.C.'s west Cariboo region have merged to create what is now the largest fire in the province.
CommentScience | 2:39 PM on Sunday
A 'cosmic geometric lottery' is bringing a total solar eclipse to parts of the U.S. on Monday. Canada will miss totality, but B.C. will still get the best show in the country.
CommentMisc World | 2:04 PM on Sunday
Big Ben, in London’s most famous landmark, will stop tolling during extensive renovation work. The planned silence has caused a loud commotion across England's capital. Even Prime Minister Theresa May has called for a rethink of the shutdown, expected to
CommentMisc CDN | 2:23 PM on Sunday
Police have declared a protest illegal in Quebec City due to "violence and vandalism," after a group of anti-fascists opposed to a far-right gathering set fires and threw bottles at police.
CommentUncle Sam | 1:10 PM on Sunday
It had 1,259 signatures as of press time. There is a 100,000 benchmark within 30 days after which the White House must reply.
CommentVideos | 12:55 PM on Sunday
If he blinked, he may have missed it. Murphy yells "moose" before the animal is seen within what appears to be inches from his vehicle.
CommentLaw & Order | 12:49 PM on Sunday
Megan Moores had only ever seen a citizen's arrest on television or in the movies, that is until she confronted what she believed to be an impaired driver.
CommentMisc CDN | 11:38 AM on Sunday
As the province extends a state of emergency regarding the wildfire crisis, up to 40 per cent of firefighting crews could soon be gone.
CommentShowbiz | 11:33 AM on Sunday
Jerry Lewis, the rubber-faced comedian and director whose fundraising telethons became as famous as his hit movies, has died. He was 91.
CommentHistory | 11:31 AM on Sunday
The Royal Canadian Regiment celebrates a century old battle where one of Canada's few known Muslim soldiers was killed in the First World War.
CommentMilitary | 11:30 AM on Sunday
The Canadian military is grappling with how best to prevent its satellites from being shot down. Documents obtained by CBC News under access to information laws show defence officials are uncertain what their limits are when it comes to the use of force i