CTV News (Canada)
• Family looks for answers about woman's laundry chute death as inquest begins
The family of a Regina woman found dead at the bottom of a hotel laundry chute is questioning how she fit through the chute door.
• Crown seeks 12 years in prison for man in B.C. fatal drunk driving case
A cyclist who fell several hundred metres behind two of his friends on the day they were hit and killed by a drunk driver says the accident scarred him for life.
• N.B. couple swamped with phone calls after rebuffing fraudster
A New Brunswick couple has been bombarded with phone calls from across the United States, all because they upset a telemarketing scam artist.
• French tourists retrace N.S. soldier's path to Vimy Ridge
A group of French tourists is visiting Nova Scotia in a bid to relive the journey of a young Nova Scotia coal miner who gave his life on one of the most famous battlefields of the First World War.
• A Big House for retirement: Ont. man to live in converted N.B. jail
A retired Ontario garbage worker has decided to spend his retirement in jail. Bill Steele of Oshawa, Ont., recently bought a defunct New Brunswick jail with a history of hangings.
• Man convicted in so-called honour killings ordered to pay wife's legal fees
A man convicted of killing his three daughters and former wife in a so-called honour killing has been ordered to pay legal fees for one of his co-accused in the crime.
• Carbon monoxide suspected in four deaths at B.C. home
British Columbia's coroners service says carbon monoxide gas is suspected to have killed four people in a home near Ashcroft.
• Ottawa cop reunited with girl who nearly died choking on bacon
The eight-year-old girl whose life was nearly cut short by a mouthful of bacon was reunited with the Ottawa cop who saved her life.
• Military says January training plane crash was during aerobatics
An initial report into the crash of a training plane says the instructor and student pilot had to eject after getting into trouble practising basic aerobatics.
• Scores turn out for healing service after Nova Scotia church fire
Scores of people clad in white gathered Sunday for a healing service in a community gym across the street from a fire-ravaged historic church just outside Halifax.