CTV News (Canada)
• Woman rescued from crane released on bail
Marisa Lazo was granted bail for $500 with several conditions, including staying away from construction sites and rooftops, the day after she was rescued from a construction crane in Toronto.
• N.S. Liberals bring in broad middle class tax cut in pre-election budget
Nova Scotia's Liberal government has promised an average $160 tax cut for half the province's population, in a surplus budget that seeds the ground for an election campaign that may begin within days.
• Mom of missing Ecuadorian student appeals for help in B.C.
The mother of a University of British Columbia student who was last seen in a Vancouver taxicab 11 days ago is appealing to the public for any information that might lead her to him.
• Front line officers felt 'outgunned,' Moncton massacre trial told
A senior RCMP officer says he warned superiors about the lack of firepower for front line officers long before the 2014 Moncton shooting rampage that left three Mounties dead.
• Sagkeeng First Nation holds vigil for Serena McKay
Members of Sagkeeng First Nation in northern Manitoba gathered around a sacred fire on Thursday to mark the loss of yet another woman to violence.
• Ontario balances budget, but debt rises to $312 billion
Ontario's Liberal government is promising to inject billions of new dollars into health care in its first balanced budget in a decade, a fiscal plan designed to appeal to nearly everyone in the province ahead of an election next summer.
• Star Trek inspired licence plate deemed offensive in Manitoba
Manitoba’s public insurance company has revoked a Star Trek inspired custom licence plate after receiving complaints that it’s offensive to indigenous people. Nick Troller’s two-year-old plate reads “ASIMIL8.”
• Five things to know about the Ontario budget delivered Thursday
Ontario's Liberal government delivered its first balanced budget in a decade on Thursday.
• Who is Toronto's now-infamous 'Crane Girl'?
The 22-year-old woman who appears to have spent hours suspended on a crane high above a downtown Toronto construction site early Wednesday is being described by a close friend as a 'very adventurous girl.'
• Christy Clark says all Canadians involved in U.S. softwood offer balked
British Columbia's Liberal leader says everyone involved in a potential softwood lumber agreement said No when the United States offered a "lousy" deal that would have cost her province 20,000 forestry jobs.