Whoever said kayaking was a boring activity clearly hasn’t seen this video.
Five Blackhawks were invited to Canada’s team orientation camp and three were invited to the United States’ camp.
They take hockey very, very seriously up in Canada.
The GRAMMYs’ Song of the Year category honors the very best in songwriting — and for the 55th Annual Awards, that includes the Canadian team who penned Carly Rae Jepsen’s“Call Me Maybe.” What you may […]
Sure, you thought you could make it as a big-time criminal mastermind, plotting the biggest maple syrup heist in history, but did that work out for you?
Dean “Boomer” Molberg, a morning show host at The Fan 960 in Calgary, has been suspended after he said on air that he wished the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ plane would crash before their playoff game against Calgary.
An American Airlines flight from Chicago ended up experiencing two unscheduled landings Tuesday morning.
The United States is combining forces with our neighbors to the north to keep the Great Lakes safe and pure.
I didn’t gain much fishing knowledge from my father, Roy McNeil, who used to wake up his chubby son before sunrise to drown minnows and insects.
Gov. Pat Quinn took a surprise trip to Canada Monday to promote Illinois trade and business opportunities.
A pedestrian was struck and killed in Vancouver Friday by a fake taxi used in the Canadian version of the TV game show “Cash Cab.”
Chicago’s parking rates rank among the highest in the nation, both for daily and monthly parking.
Weather permitting, Chicago will have a new fireboat later today.
The medical tragedies that have befallen several members the fabled 1985 Bears have prompted a Canadian news magazine to deem the team the “sad news Bears.”
Baseball Hall of Famer Ferguson “Fergie” Jenkins is getting his own stamp for his 68th birthday.
Most Canadian kids grow up with dreams of playing hockey. Israel Idonije may have had some of those dreams, but he also dreamed of playing in the NFL.
Many Bears have never been north of the border, but for Israel Idonije, he never thought this would happen to him: playing professional football in his home country. CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports.