Who’s responsible when a sperm freezer defrosts?

Who's responsible when a sperm freezer defrosts?

A man who says his sperm was destroyed when power was cut to a freezer at the University of British Columbia is one step closer to his day in court. [Read entire story]

Sochi: Russian activists ready gay-friendly games

Sochi: Russian activists ready gay-friendly games

The head of the Russian LGBT Sports Federation is in Toronto promoting the first gay sports tournament in Russia, which will be held after the Winter Olympics in Sochi. [Read entire story]

Cyclist struck by car near Lakeshore and Dixie

A cyclist is in hospital with serious injuries after being struck and by a car on Lakeshore Road East, near Dixie Road. [Read entire story]

Is this the dullest calendar ever made?

Is this the dullest calendar ever made?

Calendar designer Kevin Beresford, who has a reputation for making calendars of mundane subjects, says he may have taken it too far with his latest venture — a calendar of telephone boxes in Wales, which has been roundly [Read entire story]

John F. Kennedy’s medical secrets linger

John F. Kennedy's medical secrets linger

Doctors continue to look for clues to former U.S. President John F. Kennedy's secret medical history, 50 years after his assassination. [Read entire story]

Medical marijuana users outed in Health Canada privacy gaffe

Medical marijuana users outed in Health Canada privacy gaffe

Medical marijuana users are accusing the federal government of violating their privacy and jeopardizing their safety after Health Canada sent out letters in envelopes that outed them as medical marijuana users. [Read entire story]

Wynne says Liberals will try to ban coal-fired electricity

Wynne says Liberals will try to ban coal-fired electricity

Ontario's minority Liberal government will try to ban coal-fired electricity generation in the province, Premier Kathleen Wynne announced on Thursday. [Read entire story]

GTA woman’s monthly support helped family survive Haiyan

GTA woman's monthly support helped family survive Haiyan

A fateful decision to seek work abroad allowed a Thornhill, Ont., woman to help pay for the construction a family home in the Philippines, where dozens would later gather and survive the onslaught of Typhoon Haiyan. [Read entire story]

Lung cancer kills more Canadian women than in ‘peer’ countries

Lung cancer kills more Canadian women than in 'peer' countries

Lung cancer death rates in Canada are among the highest in the world, especially among women, a new report shows. [Read entire story]

Angelcare baby monitors recalled after 2 infant deaths

Angelcare baby monitors recalled after 2 infant deaths

Quebec-based company Angelcare Monitors Inc. is voluntarily recalling about 800,000 baby monitors sold in the U.S. and Canada after two infant girls died when they strangled on the cord attached to the monitor's sensor [Read entire story]

Toronto budget: 1.75% may be tough, budget chief says

Toronto budget: 1.75% may be tough, budget chief says

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford may now have to compromise as the city begins its budget deliberations, says budget chief Frank Di Giorgio. [Read entire story]

Toronto driver charged in squash player’s death

Toronto driver charged in squash player’s death

A Toronto man has been charged in the death of a talented squash player, who was killed on his bicycle when he was struck by a BMW yesterday morning. [Read entire story]

End of story — World’s Biggest Bookstore closing in 2014

End of story — World's Biggest Bookstore closing in 2014

The site of the World's Biggest Bookstore — a popular downtown destination for local and visiting bibliophiles since 1980 — has been sold to a real estate developer and will close in February. [Read entire story]

Ontario road projects lack oversight safety groups says

Ontario road projects lack oversight safety groups says

Ontario lacks significant oversight on its infrastructure projects warns a group that represents the independent testing industry in Canada. [Read entire story]

Selfie leads Winnipeg police to teen robbery suspects

Selfie leads Winnipeg police to teen robbery suspects

An unfortunate selfie and an iPhone app helped Winnipeg police track down three teen suspects after a pair of violent robberies on Tuesday. [Read entire story]

Toronto ombudsman looks to cut red tape

Toronto ombudsman looks to cut red tape

The ombudsman for the City of Toronto is looking to cut through red tape at city hall, which she says is preventing residents from getting "fair and equitable" treatment. [Read entire story]

Drivers have ‘no regard’ for children, say grieving neighbours

Drivers have 'no regard' for children, say grieving neighbours

Residents of the Mississauga neighbourhood where a four-year-old boy was struck and killed by a car say it was only a matter of time until something like this happened. [Read entire story]

Authentic painting shows up in thrift store donation bin

Authentic painting shows up in thrift store donation bin

Thrift store chain Value Village received an unusual donation recently at its St. John's location — what is believed to be an authentic John Lyman oil painting. [Read entire story]

University nurse sick of writing student sick notes

University nurse sick of writing student sick notes

A university nurse in Halifax is refusing to sign sick notes in a stance against students who fake illnesses around exam time. [Read entire story]

Most Canadians infected with hepatitis unaware of it

Most Canadians infected with hepatitis unaware of it

Seventy per cent of the about 138,600 Canadians infected with hepatitis C based on blood tests did not know they had the virus, Statistics Canada says. [Read entire story]

Rob Ford’s name came up on police wiretaps, but not his voice

Rob Ford’s name came up on police wiretaps, but not his voice

A judge authorized the release Wednesday of a few more paragraphs from the documents that police used to obtain warrants for an investigation that led to Mayor Rob Ford’s friend being charged with drug and extortion [Read entire story]

Green comet bad Grey Cup omen for Ticats: Sask. astronomer

Green comet bad Grey Cup omen for Ticats: Sask. astronomer

Soothsayers have long looked to the skies for signs and now Rider Nation has a doozy — a green-and-white comet that flared up just in time for the Grey Cup. [Read entire story]

N.B. couple makes it to altar 75 years after first kiss

N.B. couple makes it to altar 75 years after first kiss

A man and woman from Saint John married on the weekend, 75 years after their first kiss. [Read entire story]

Battle of the Blades crowns Amanda Evora and Scott Thornton

Battle of the Blades crowns Amanda Evora and Scott Thornton

American skater Amanda Evora and retired NHLer Scott Thornton have triumphed, winning the fourth season of CBC-TV's Battle of the Blades. [Read entire story]

Remembrance Day: Livestream, watch, listen on CBC

This Remembrance Day, turn to CBC News for complete coverage of the ceremony from the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Here's a look at what to watch, and when. [Read entire story]