Vancouver Whitecaps hire Marc Dos Santos as new head coach

The Montreal native replaces Carl Robinson, who was fired in September toward the end of a struggling season. [Read entire story]

CFL doesn’t want a repeat of Redblacks beer-drinking end-zone celebration

Redblacks offensive linesman Jon Gott won’t face sanctions for his beer-chugging touchdown celebration, but the league is cutting off any further alcohol-infused on-field celebrations. [Read entire story]

Pilot’s call reveals details of fatal mid-air collision

Experts are back on a rural west Ottawa road to piece together why two planes collided in mid-air Sunday morning, causing a fatal crash. [Read entire story]

How to watch CBC’s coverage of the U.S. midterm elections

Tune in to CBC News for details and analysis of the results, how they affect the political climate in the U.S. and what it all means for Canada. [Read entire story]

Workers tied up in armed attack on legal Ontario pot grow-op

Four workers were tied up and several items were taken in an armed attack on a legal marijuana grow-op near Beaverton, Ont., early Thursday morning, police say. [Read entire story]

Alleged McArthur victim Selim Esen remembered in funeral service

Family and friends of Selim Esen, a man allegedly murdered by Bruce McArthur, gathered Friday to remember his life. [Read entire story]

Pot may be legal but pot shops aren’t, and Toronto police are still busting them

Toronto police raided five illegal pot shops on Friday with help from the city just days after cannabis was legalized across Canada. [Read entire story]

Police excavation in 55-year-old cold case was incomplete, forensic expert says

A forensic anthropologist says Durham police should keep searching for evidence in a five-decade-old missing person cold case, despite the force saying an “extensive excavation” of a site of interest turned up no new [Read entire story]

Delays continue to hamper Lakeshore West GO train service

GO train service stopped on parts of the Lakeshore West line Friday afternoon causing commuter chaos during the evening rush hour. [Read entire story]

Toronto Waterfront Marathon means lots of road, transit closures this weekend

The 2018 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon happens this weekend, and that means road closures in the heart of the city. [Read entire story]

Milton ‘psychic’ charged with witchcraft, extortion

A Milton woman — and self-declared psychic — didn't see this one coming. The 32-year-old was charged for extortion, fraud and witchcraft on Friday. [Read entire story]

Accused Ripley’s aquarium skinny-dipper gets bail

A man accused of swimming naked with sharks at Ripley's aquarium hours after a violent assault outside Medieval Times was granted bail by a Toronto judge on Friday. [Read entire story]

Downtown relief line gets green light from province after environmental assessment

The downtown relief line is one small step closer to be becoming reality after the province gave it the green light following its environmental assessment of the project. [Read entire story]

Man convicted of shooting Gabriel Nikov, 18, to death handed 16-year prison sentence

The man convicted of manslaughter for the shooting death of 18-year-old Gabriel Nikov on a bustling downtown Toronto corner was sentenced to 16 years in prison on Friday. [Read entire story]

Woman in life-threatening condition after being struck by pickup truck

A female pedestrian has suffered life-threatening injuries after being struck by a pickup truck north of Bathurst and Eglinton Friday morning. [Read entire story]

Police warn commuters after series of bus shelter sexual assaults in Peel

Police are warning the public following "a series of sexual assaults" at bus shelters in Peel. [Read entire story]

Jennifer Keesmaat says she would be mayor for ‘every corner of this city’

Downplaying her lack of political experience, Jennifer Keesmaat on Friday said she decided to run for mayor of Toronto after witnessing "so many missed opportunities" to better the city during the tenure of John Tory. [Read entire story]

How to watch Monday’s municipal election and where to get results

CBC Toronto is running full coverage — on radio, television, the website and social media platforms — as voters in the city and 905 municipalities go to the polls next Monday. [Read entire story]

Last year’s flu vaccine wasn’t very effective. This year’s looks more promising

Last year's flu vaccine wasn't very effective. Here's what you need to know about this year's - and what kind of flu season 2018-19 is shaping up to be. [Read entire story]

Tory throws support behind TDSB trustee candidate running against Sandro Lisi

​Mayor John Tory has thrown his support behind a Toronto District School Board trustee candidate who is running against former mayor Rob Ford's friend, driver and confidant Alexander (Sandro) Lisi in Ward 1. [Read entire story]

Study shows HPV vaccination does not cause riskier sexual behaviour among teens

A new study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows teenage girls in B.C. are waiting longer to have sex and are more likely to use contraception than they were before the HPV vaccine was made [Read entire story]

Bank of Canada survey says Canadian businesses are optimistic

A new Bank of Canada poll suggested Monday that companies are optimistic about the year ahead — especially when it comes to sales growth, foreign demand and their investment plans. [Read entire story]

Testing truck safety and Canada’s top plastic polluters: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including answering questions about a campaign to buy Canadian milk, the ouster of Deciem's CEO and how the U.S. is responding to a recent [Read entire story]

Ottawa Fury miss playoffs after dropping season finale

The Ottawa Fury needed a win on home soil Saturday to keep their slim playoff chances alive. It didn't happen. [Read entire story]

Canadian dollar soars, stocks rise on trade deal optimism

The Canadian dollar was up three-quarters of cent and Toronto stocks climbed Monday after Canada secured a deal for a trilateral trade pact with the U.S. and Mexico. [Read entire story]

RCMP looks into CRA and government inaction on privacy: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including the RCMP looking into fake CRA calls, Ticketmaster going to court, and how confused pilots almost caused a disaster. [Read entire story]

Investors come forward with commitment to build $40B LNG Canada project

Two of the five primary investors in a proposed liquefied natural gas megaproject in northern B.C. granted their final approval on Friday, bringing Canada's first major LNG project one step closer to becoming a reality. [Read entire story]

People’s Alliance agrees to support a PC government in N.B. ‘bill by bill’

The leader of the People's Alliance has agreed to provide stability for a Progressive Conservative minority government on a "bill-by-bill basis" for 18 months, the third party announced Friday as uncertainty on New [Read entire story]

Trump orders FBI probe into allegations against Brett Kavanaugh

U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has cleared a key procedural hurdle, but his confirmation prospects remained deeply uncertain on Friday as President Donald Trump ordered a new FBI investigation into the sexual [Read entire story]

Unsealed documents reveal early Toronto police effort to find victims of alleged serial killer

Court documents unsealed on Friday offer a rare glimpse into how Toronto police probed the disappearances of three men who would later be named as victims of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. [Read entire story]

Hostage-taking ends at Kenora, Ont. jail, ministry says

A correctional officer who was taken hostage earlier this afternoon at the Kenora, Ont., jail has been released, according to the province's Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services. [Read entire story]

Bernier faces a challenge keeping racists out of his new party, says Stockwell Day

Quebec MP Maxime Bernier's new federal party, the People's Party of Canada, will have its work cut out ensuring anti-immigrant activists and racists don't infiltrate the candidate nomination system, former Conservative [Read entire story]

From corneas to tendons, a new ’tissue bank’ improves transplant process

A new "tissue bank" located in Dartmouth, N.S., is already making a difference in the number of corneas, heart valves, bones and other tissues available for transplant to the people who need them. [Read entire story]

2nd possible carcinogen found in recalled blood pressure drug valsartan, Health Canada says

A second impurity that is a classified as a probable human carcinogen has been found in valsartan, manufactured by Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals in China, Health Canada announces. [Read entire story]