Canada's Summer McIntosh, 15, wins 2nd gold medal at world aquatics championships
Sports/Olympics/Summer Sports/Aquatics/Swimming: Canadian swimmer Summer McIntosh capped her world championship debut with her second victory and fourth medal, setting a junior record in four minutes 32.04 seconds in the women's 400-metre individual medley on Saturday in Budapest, Hungary.
How an Ottawa beef farmer ended up raising some of the world's priciest cattle
News/Canada/Ottawa: Osgoode's Steven Velthuis is one of the few Ontario farmers with a herd of prized Japanese Wagyu, renowned in culinary circles for the marbled texture and rich, decadent mouthfeel of their steaks.
'It seems to be she was silenced,' mom says as Ontario inquest examines death of Indigenous inmate
News/Canada/Windsor: Sitting through an inquest into her daughter's death, Selina McIntyre tells CBC News the hardest part is "knowing my daughter wanted me and I wasn't there." McIntyre, of Hay River, N.W.T., is a witness before a coroner's jury examining the 2017 death of Delilah Blair, an inmate at the Windsor, Ont., jail.
Canadian swimmers shatter national record with 9th medal at worlds
Sports/Olympics/Summer Sports/Aquatics/Swimming: Canadian swimmers broke a national record for podium appearances at a single world championships with two more medals on Friday. And 19-year-old Josh Liendo was at the heart of both.
Police investigate Ontario town council meeting where speech against LGBTQ2+ community was made
News/Canada/London: OPP are looking into the Tuesday council meeting in Norwich where a man facing criminal charges for taking down Pride flags spoke for half an hour about his opposition to the LGBTQ2+ community, particularly transgender people.
'It brings back all the horrible memories': British Columbians mark 37 years since Air India bombing
News/Canada/British Columbia: Families and others who lost loved ones in a massive terrorist attack 37 years ago attended a memorial service to mark the grim anniversary in Vancouver's Stanley Park on Thursday evening.
'History boxes' bring national museum to life for rural N.B. students
News/Canada/New Brunswick: As the school year wraps up, university and elementary students in the small town of Sackville are reflecting on some important discoveries they have made with the help of one another, and a big black box filled with 25 Canadian artifacts.
Doctor shortage in northwestern Ontario remains dire with no clear relief in sight
News/Canada/Thunder Bay: Three months ago, the emergency room in Red Lake, Ont., closed for 24 hours during a weekend because a physician wasn't available, a scenario that officials worry could happen elsewhere if relief isn't found.
For the diverse cast of Anne of Green Gables, seizing the historic moment is everything
News/Canada/PEI: Kelsey Verzotti was once told by a teacher she might never play Anne Shirley at the Charlottetown Festival because she's not white. Now she's the headliner in biggest show in one of the most storied musicals ever made.
Judge throws out publisher's $30M defamation suit against Toronto politicians, journalists
News/Canada/Toronto: A judge has thrown out a $30-million defamation suit accusing several Toronto politicians, journalists and media outlets of labelling the publisher of an Italian-language newspaper — former Liberal MP Joseph Volpe — as homophobic, transphobic and anti-LGBTQ+.
RCMP held back senior Mountie's controversial notes about commissioner for months, inquiry says
News/Canada/Nova Scotia: Four crucial pages of a senior Mountie's notes were missing the first time the federal Department of Justice sent them to the public inquiry looking into the Nova Scotia mass shooting. The key section included allegations the head of the RCMP promised politicians the force would release information about guns used during the April 2020 rampage.
Trudeau defends vax mandates, Emergencies Act decision, in interview
News/Politics: Justin Trudeau says people who chose not to be vaccinated against COVID-19 must accept the consequences of those decisions, including lost employment and restricted access to transportation and other services.
How the rising cost of food adds up in your grocery cart
News/Canada: Food prices rose 9.7 per cent in May, matching the rise in April. Just about everything is up from meat to fruits and vegetables to pantry staples like flour and oil. Here’s exactly what's pushing up your bill as you put items in your shopping cart.