Cavan Biggio hit a sacrifice fly in the 10th inning and Whit Merrifield scored on an overturned call to lead the Blue Jays to a 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins Sunday.
Candace Parker scored 18 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and tipped a pass to Emma Meesseman for a 3-pointer in the closing seconds to help the Sky beat the Sun to set the franchise record for wins in a season.
LGBTQ community members are rallying to help build safe spaces and connections in Manitoba’s second largest city. The city saw it’s first-ever drag brunch Sunday.
Tenants of a North York apartment building are calling on their landlord to rescind all temporary eviction notices issued to people who live on the first floor.
A bill that includes a key change to incentives around electric vehicles built in North America, rather than just the United States, has passed in the U.S. Senate.
A new gurdwara, or Sikh place of worship, opened off Purcells Cove Road in Halifax on Saturday.
Firefighters extinguished a fire in an unoccupied tent on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside Saturday morning, after a deadline to remove tents and structures along East Hastings Street due to safety concerns has passed.
People swayed and danced with the swirling rhythms and blues on the last day of the Kitchener Blues Festival.
Alberta’s Advanced Education minister says he is willing to help Athabasca University with whatever it wants — including money — to relocate 500 employees to the small town that’s the school’s namesake, but says the university has not stepped up.
Canada has added defenceman Ethan Del Mastro to its roster for the upcoming IIHF world junior championship in Edmonton. The Mississauga Steelheads captain had 48 points this past season, his third in the Ontario Hockey League.
A 13-year-old drummer was on stage this weekend rocking his heart out for Islanders at the Rock the Boat Music Festival.
Less than four hours before departure, Ryan Farrell was surprised to learn his flight from Yellowknife to Calgary had been cancelled. Air Canada cited “crew constraints” and rebooked him on a plane leaving 48 hours after the June 17 flight’s original takeoff time.
Vancouver police say four people are seriously injured after a man stabbed them with a machete on Saturday night in the Granville Street area.
London police are investigating an early morning homicide, which took place in the city’s east end on Sunday.
Toronto remains under a heat warning this weekend as humidex values are expected to reach the low 40s.
A four-time Gold Cup & Saucer race winner ended up in the hospital following a scary crash at Charlottetown’s Red Shores Race Track and Casino harness race this weekend.
Crews from the St. John’s Regional Fire Department are battling a flare-up at the regional landfill in Robin Hood Bay.
A group of Atlantic Canada researchers is looking into how to grow kelp for food, and some chiefs at Holland College are helping them by coming up with new ways to serve the algae as a meal.
The Beltline Urban Mural Project, or BUMP, puts on a mural festival every August, inviting local, national and international artists to leave their mark on Calgary’s streets.
Betty Harnum died at the age of 73 on Friday. She helped revitalize some Indigenous languages in the Northwest Territories and is being remembered as a passionate linguist, a generous friend and an animal lover.
The Regina Police Service issued an Amber Alert to help find a two-year-old child and his 36-year-old-mother who police say took her son, but did not have custody of him.
The Regina Police Service is seeing public assistance in locating a 2-year-old child and his 36-year-old-mother who is under investigation for abducting the child. The investigation showed that the mother showed up shortly after abduction at the Regina General Hospital with the toddler, however she left on foot.
The Regina Police Service is seeing public assistance in locating a 2-year-old baby and his 36-year-old-mother who is under investigation for abducting the child. The investigation showed that the mother showed up shortly after abduction at the Regina General Hospital with the baby, however she left on foot.
Fredericton Police responded to a report Saturday evening of someone who was swimming in Killarney Lake and didn’t emerge from the water. A body of a male was recovered Sunday afternoon and the park reopened.
A 58-year old woman from Mabou, N.S., is dead after a tubing incident on the Margaree River Friday evening.
Events taking place at the Esplanade du Parc olympique this afternoon will go on as planned.
The T’Sou-ke First Nation is working alongside a B.C. tech company to learn more about how climate change is affecting the waters it harvests food from.
B.C. planners and policy analysts say the benefits of air conditioners during extreme heat situations are very clear — and concerns over their environmental and financial impact show misplaced priorities.