CTV News - Top Stories Police warn P.E.I. drivers to stop being so nice after series of accidents 2016-12-08T19:31:05.000000Z Police in Prince Edward Island are warning drivers to stop being so nice to each other, after a number of accidents caused by motorists trying to be kind. Canadian gets the nod to help with first-ever human head transplant 2016-12-08T19:24:24.000000Z If the first-ever human head transplant goes off without a hitch, a Canadian grad student will have earned a special nod of recognition. B.C. says no risk of tsunami from quake in South Pacific 2016-12-08T18:31:00.000000Z British Columbia says there is no risk of a tsunami reaching the province's coastline following a powerful earthquake in the South Pacific. Overhead bin fees? Yes, with United's new 'basic' fare 2016-12-08T17:10:51.000000Z United Airlines is creating some turbulence in the airline industry with changes to its fare structure, including a new 'basic economy' fare. The cheap ticket comes with a catch, however: If you want to use the overhead bin, you must pay an extra charge. Secrecy, speculation as Joe Biden heads to Ottawa 2016-12-08T15:54:00.000000Z U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden is to arrive in Ottawa later today on a visit shrouded in secrecy and speculation. Accused in nursing home deaths makes court appearance, investigation expands 2016-12-08T14:50:00.000000Z Police are investigating two other deaths at a nursing home where a nurse accused of killing eight elderly patients worked, CTV London has confirmed. Canada's new search-and-rescue plane: Airbus C295 2016-12-08T13:50:00.000000Z The federal government says Canada will spend $2.3 billion to replace the military's ancient search-and-rescue planes with 16 new aircraft from European aerospace giant Airbus. 'So many questions': Shopper puzzled by snow globe 'May cause cancer!' warning 2016-12-08T13:29:00.000000Z For years, cancer-causing products such as cigarettes have come with warning labels, but consumers at a Calgary-area hardware store were left scratching their heads when they picked up a home décor product and found a label warning of its possible health risks. B.C. boy who suffers from mysterious broken bones is back with parents 2016-12-08T09:57:00.000000Z A couple from B.C. is celebrating the return of their children after the Ministry of Children and Family Development seized them over concerns that the son was being abused. A doctor later discovered the son's broken bones was caused by a genetic condition. Viola Desmond to appear on new Canadian banknote 2016-12-08T09:18:00.000000Z Viola Desmond, often described as Canada's Rosa Parks for her 1946 decision to sit in a whites-only section of a Nova Scotia movie theatre, will be the first woman to be celebrated on the face of a Canadian banknote.