Online dating scam dupes Edmonton man out of $143,000

An Edmonton man who lost $143,000 in a dating scam hopes his ordeal will help prevent others from being victimized online. [Read entire story]

Brian Mulroney defends daughter, calls another MPP a ‘little girl’

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney has spoken out in defence of his daughter, Ontario's Francophone Affairs Minister Caroline Mulroney, while dismissing another MPP as a "little girl." [Read entire story]

Last Humboldt Bronco in hospital released after 333 days

Morgan Gobeil suffered a serious head injury in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash on April 6, 2018. He's been released from hospital after 333 days. Gobeil was one of 13 hockey players injured in the crash. [Read entire story]

TSX, Canadian dollar slip as investors await Bank of Canada economic outlook

Stocks fell sharply on Wall Street on Monday as investors waited for more details on reports that the U.S. and China are moving closer to a deal to resolve their costly trade dispute. Toronto stocks fell on [Read entire story]

‘An important day for us': Feds invest $5.1M for N.W.T. mine access road, surveys

The federal and N.W.T. governments announced they will spend $5.1 million on two projects to help with development and mineral exploration in the territory. [Read entire story]

Trudeau ‘very concerned’ as China accuses detained Canadians of stealing state secrets

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is "very concerned' about China's stance following reports coming out of Beijing this morning accusing two Canadian men of working together to steal state secrets. [Read entire story]

Canadian women control financial assets of $2.2T, CIBC says

After a generation in the workforce Canadian women directly control a large chunk of Canadian financial assets — about $2.2 trillion, according to a new study from CIBC. [Read entire story]

Teen dies during ‘completely random’ home invasion attack, police shoot intruder

A deadly Winnipeg home invasion, parts of which were heard by emergency dispatchers over the phone, has left the entire police service shaken, a spokesperson said. [Read entire story]

Arsenic in baby food? Banned from No Frills and cheaper phone plans: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including what's in baby food, a disabled woman banned from No Frills and hope for cheaper cellphone bills. [Read entire story]

Security guard suffers smoke inhalation in fire at Ryerson

A security guard suffered smoke inhalation in mechanical room fire at Ryerson University on Friday night. [Read entire story]

Police arrest 2nd man following theft of 26 computers from homeless shelter

Toronto police have arrested a second man following the theft of thousands of dollars worth of computers from a new homeless shelter for youth slated to open in Scarborough this month. [Read entire story]

Registering your kids in spring, summer recreation programs? This is the weekend to start

Parents in Toronto will be scrambling at their computers this weekend to secure spots in city-run recreation programs and camps for the spring and summer seasons. [Read entire story]

Police shut down Toronto warehouse supplying illicit cannabis products

"This is the first time we've seen a significant quantity of edibles seized," said York police Const. Andy Pattenden. [Read entire story]

Police investigating after man shot in residential Brampton neighbourhood

Officers were called to the area around Bramalea Road and Williams Parkway at 2 a.m. for reports of gunfire. [Read entire story]

Toronto police investigating online abuse of student leader at U of T

Toronto police confirmed Thursday they have launched an investigation into a barrage of online abuse directed at newly-elected student president at the University of Toronto's Scarborough campus. [Read entire story]

Mom shocked after 4-year-old leaves junior kindergarten class unnoticed, walks home alone

A Toronto mother was shocked to learn her four-year-old daughter walked out of a junior kindergarten class, got locked outside the school and walked home by herself — all before her teachers noticed she was missing. [Read entire story]

Toronto Hydro was rude, uninformative when homeowners asked about new poles, ombudsman finds

Toronto Hydro is facing criticism over its failure to notify a number of east-end homeowners that it would be replacing or installing new poles in front of their homes. [Read entire story]

Police solve cold murder case once believed linked to serial killer Bruce McArthur

Police have solved a cold murder case that was once thought to be connected to serial killer Bruce McArthur. [Read entire story]

Where’s Chico? Dog allegedly stolen from Yonge and Eglinton area

Toronto Police want the public's help finding Chico, a dog that was allegedly stolen on Sunday. [Read entire story]

Kids 12 and under will be able to ride GO Transit for free starting next month

Kids will be able to ride free on trains and buses, and they won't need a Presto card. [Read entire story]

Highway 400 reopens near Barrie, Ont., following pileup involving dozens of vehicles

A pileup in near-whiteout conditions involving dozens of vehicles closed a stretch of Highway 400 near Barrie on Monday, Ontario Provincial Police say. [Read entire story]

Puppy survived 5 nights in the wild after 15-vehicle crash

Obi the Shih Tzu was lost amid the chaos of one of the biggest highway vehicle pileups in Newfoundland and Labrador history, but has finally made it safely home. [Read entire story]

Voters go to the polls in key byelections Monday. Here’s what’s at stake

Today the NDP will learn if their federal leader will get a seat in the House of Commons after months of delay — while the other parties are looking for results that will be clues to potential successes in October's [Read entire story]

Vancouver Coastal Health confirms 2 new cases of measles

Vancouver Coastal Health says there are now 10 confirmed measles cases in the current outbreak and there have been possible exposures in Vancouver, Richmond, Squamish, Whistler, and Steveston. [Read entire story]

World’s biggest bee spotted alive for the first time in decades

A walnut-sized bee with a massive jaw and impressive wingspan has been spotted for the first time in nearly 38 years, proving its species is not extinct. [Read entire story]

Jackie Shane, pioneering transgender soul singer, dead at 78

Jackie Shane, the black transgender soul singer who came to prominence playing on Toronto's Yonge Street in the 1960s, has died. [Read entire story]

Don’t give opioid-based cough, cold medication to children, Health Canada warns

Anyone under 18 should not be given cough and cold products containing opioids, such as codeine, after a safety review found early opioid use "may be a factor in problematic substance use later in life," Health Canada [Read entire story]

8 Canadian nurses arrive in Montreal from protest-plagued Haiti

Eight Canadian nurses have arrived in Montreal from Haiti. The group left the Caribbean country after days of violent anti-government protests. [Read entire story]

Eat Smart kale salad kit recalled in 3 provinces due to Listeria concerns

A ready-to-eat salad kit has been recalled in Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Ontario due to possible Listeria contamination, the CFIA says, noting the possibility of recalls in other provinces. [Read entire story]

Canadian government interpreters suffer ‘acoustic shock,’ other concussion-like symptoms

Nearly one-quarter of the interpreters employed by the Canadian government's Translation Bureau have suffered health issues directly related to their jobs, including acoustic shock caused by sudden, loud sounds. [Read entire story]

GM begins layoffs with 4,300 white-collar workers, mostly in U.S.

General Motors began involuntary layoffs on Monday in Detroit, with about 4,300 white-collar workers among those affected across North America. [Read entire story]

Unifor airs Super Bowl ad despite GM’s cease and desist letter

The union that represents workers at General Motors' Oshawa plant says the auto giant was trying to "strong-arm" it from airing a critical ad during this year's Super Bowl and on social media. [Read entire story]

Undercover in a nursing home, secret scalpers OK and ginger ale labels: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including why telecom bills are going up, the latest food guide and bank records crossing the border. [Read entire story]

Toronto police officer to be charged with misconduct in connection with Bruce McArthur case

A Toronto police officer is expected to be charged with two counts of professional misconduct in connection with the case of serial killer Bruce McArthur. [Read entire story]