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"24.03.2017 17:01:43" cbc.ca New poll puts Kathleen Wynne's approval rating at record low Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's approval rating has plunged to just 12 per cent, according to a poll released Friday by the Angus Reid Institute. The Ontario premier's approval rating is low. Like, really low.
"24.03.2017 16:30:59" cbc.ca Grizzly attack leaves B.C. forestry worker with significant injuries A forestry worker in B.C. is in hospital after being mauled by a grizzly bear. The B.C. Conservation Officer Service doesn't know what sparked attack.
"24.03.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca Cupcakes for emergency calls: How this northern Ontario community filled their 911 gap A rural area in northwestern Ontario finally has the 911 service that volunteers have been working to obtain for close to five years. It took 5 years – and some bake sales – but Niobe Lake, Ont., now has 911 service.
"24.03.2017 16:00:40" cbc.ca Dennis Oland to seek acquittal in Supreme Court, defence says Dennis Oland's second degree murder case soon could be back before the Supreme Court of Canada as his defence lawyers prepare next steps in their bid toward his "complete vindication." Dennis Oland's lawyers are looking for "complete vindication" on his 2nd-degree murder conviction.
"24.03.2017 15:39:12" cbc.ca London attacker Khalid Masood, born Adrian Russell Ajao, used rental car to mow down pedestrians Police are combing through "massive amounts of computer data" and have contacted thousands of witnesses as they look for clues about why a British-born man became radicalized and launched a deadly attack on Parliament, a senior police official said British police say 2 more "significant" arrests were made in the London attack, 9 people now in custody.
"24.03.2017 15:17:02" cbc.ca Here's how goggles can help brain-injury patients see the whole picture Following a brain injury, people can lose their ability to see the left side of the world, but with a special set of lenses developed by researchers at Dalhousie University, patients can train their brains to see both sides of the world. "Prism-goggles" train patients' brains to pay attention to their left sides to correct damage to their sense of perspective.
"24.03.2017 14:38:08" cbc.ca Punish Liberal MP for sexist remark, say opposition MPs Opposition MPs want Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to "step up" and take disciplinary action against a member of his caucus accused of making a sexist remark about a Conservative MP while attending a House of Commons committee. Conservative MP Dianne Watts wants Liberal MP accused of making a sexist remark to be sanctioned by PM.
"24.03.2017 14:06:32" cbc.ca Everyone thinks Parliament should be reformed, but no one can agree on how The latest attempt at parliamentary reform in Canada seems in danger of being strangled by parliamentary democracy. Would a weekly Prime Minister's Questions session, like the U.K.'s, be better than Canada's daily question period?
"24.03.2017 13:35:46" cbc.ca McGill rejects 'unfounded rumours' over academic freedom after Andrew Potter's resignation McGill University is addressing what it calls "unfounded rumours and concerns regarding academic freedom" following Andrew Potter's resignation from his post as director of the Institute for the Study of Canada. Andrew Potter resigned as director of the Institute for the Study of Canada after a column lamenting Quebec's "social malaise."
"24.03.2017 13:02:03" cbc.ca 'Strong suspicion': Dylan Koshman's 2008 disappearance in Edmonton upgraded to homicide investigation An eight-year-old missing person case involving the disappearance of Dylan Koshman in Edmonton has been upgraded to a homicide investigation, The Fifth Estate has learned. "There's a strong suspicion that it's a homicide." – Staff Sgt. Bill Clark, Edmonton Police Services.
"24.03.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Budget 2017 bids a sombre adieu to the venerable Canada Savings Bond Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to bid a fond farewell to the Canada Savings Bond, the grand dame of Canadian investment vehicles, who met her end at age 71 this week after a lengthy decline. In 1981, they paid out at 19%.
In 2012, it was 0.5%.
"24.03.2017 12:01:25" cbc.ca Keystone XL pipeline gets OK from U.S. State Department Calgary-based TransCanada says it has received a presidential permit from the U.S. State Department that allows it to build the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. The Keystone XL pipeline would link oilsands producers in Alberta to refineries in the U.S.
"24.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca The politics of Pluto: 10 years later, the bitter debate rages on More than 10 years after Pluto was demoted from planet to dwarf planet, the debate continues, with leading scientists on both sides becoming more vociferous and maybe a little testy. Does our solar system have eight planets? Or 13? Or is it more like 110?
"24.03.2017 11:03:34" cbc.ca MP who tried to save policeman had lost brother in extremist attack Keith Palmer and Tobias Ellwood, both fathers and at one time soldiers, are both being praised for their heroism in Wednesday's attack in London, but one of them will Tobias Ellwood rushed to the aid of police Const. Keith Palmer. His own brother was killed in the Bali bombings of 2002.
"24.03.2017 10:35:14" cbc.ca Nurse accused in seniors' deaths stated 'it wasn't accidental,' childhood friend says A childhood friend of accused killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer shares transcripts of their online chats in an exclusive interview with CBC's The Fifth Estate. Watch "The Unravelling of Nurse Wettlaufer" on CBC's The Fifth Estate Friday at 9 p.m.
"24.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca 'That saved his life': Truck teetering off B.C. highway hangs on by its steel tool box A driver walked away with minor injuries after a crash sent his truck teetering off the edge of Highway 17 in Delta, B.C., on Thursday. How did this truck stay up?
"24.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca How this 3-year-old got stuck inside a toy claw machine Irish dad Damien Murphy only turned away for a few seconds at a children's play centre. Moments later, he found his three-year-old son, Jamie, inside a toy machine. "He's kind of a walking Murphy's law. Whatever can go wrong will go wrong with Jamie — just because he's so inquisitive and such a little boundary pusher."
"24.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Bell and Rogers to charge bars and restaurants more soon for TV sports packages Bell and Rogers will soon ask sports bars to pay more for the right to broadcast the big game, on top of what they pay for their existing television service. Make sure to tip your servers and cable providers.
"24.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Belgium tightens security after driver tries to ram shopping area Belgian authorities tightened security Thursday in the port city of Antwerp after a Frenchman drove his car at high speed through a busy shopping area. Authorities found knives, a shotgun and a gas can with an unknown liquid in the Frenchman's car.
"24.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Senator Don Meredith dumps racism defence, hires new lawyer Senator Don Meredith no longer feels he was targeted by the Senate's ethics officer because he is a black man, his newly appointed lawyer says. "I'm going to work hard to turn the temperature down and find a resolution as soon as possible," the senator's new lawyer says.
"24.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Leitch slides, O'Leary gains in Conservative Leadership Index The latest update to the Conservative Leadership Index suggests Maxime Bernier and Kevin O'Leary are still the front-runners, but some of their opponents are making gains. Maxime Bernier still tops the index, a composite of 4 leadership race metrics.
"24.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Former shelter dog helps save three-year-old girl found naked in cold Peanut alerted her owner that she wanted to go outside Friday and took him to a field behind the house on Michigan's Upper Peninsula. "By the time the ambulance and police arrived, the little girl could only say one thing – doggie."
"24.03.2017 03:30:01" cbc.ca Uber Canada hits back at Liberal plan to charge tax on rides Uber Canada wants the federal government to back off on its plans to start charging GST/HST on ride-hailing fares, calling it a 'tax on innovation.' "We should be supporting policies that make sustainable transportation more affordable, not more expensive."
"24.03.2017 03:00:00" Introducing the capybara babies If you like rodents of unusual size, you're going to love these capybaras.
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"24.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Too rude for the road — government yanks man's last name from licence plate A Dartmouth man is furious that after 25 years the Nova Scotia Registry of Motor Vehicles has cancelled his personalized licence plate with his last name Grabher on it. What? That's actually his last name.
"24.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Time to freak out: touring production of Hamilton is coming to Toronto Hamilton, the megahit Broadway musical that retells the life of U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, is coming to Toronto in 2019. Get ready for the $10 Founding Father without a father.
"24.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca The story behind this mysterious Canadian flag that appeared on a Whitehorse mountain When Ivy Rudell spotted a mysterious flag pole on top of Golden Horn mountain near Whitehorse, a social media probe got us the answers. Turns out, it was a the most epic and patriotic birthday party ever.
"24.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Air Miles investigating after reports thieves stole miles from members Air Miles is warning members that thieves have managed to steal cash miles from some collectors when they used their points to buy products in stores. Points stolen when they were used to buy products in stores.
"24.03.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Trump's Obamacare repeal hits setback as House delays vote Republican House leaders delayed their planned vote Thursday on a long-promised bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, in a stinging setback for House Speaker Paul Ryan and U.S. President Donald Trump in their first major legislative test. At least 30 House Republicans said they opposed bill, enough to defeat the measure.
"24.03.2017 00:00:00" British PM May on London attack Theresa May says London Attack was "an attack on free people everywhere."
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"23.03.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Donald Trump Jr. called a 'disgrace' for slamming London Mayor Sadiq Khan after attack Donald Trump Jr. is facing criticism for a tweet sent in the hours after Wednesday's London attack that included a months-old comment from London Mayor Sadiq Khan. "I'm not going to respond to a tweet from Donald Trump Jr. I've been doing far more important things over the past 24 hours."
"23.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Calgary mother found guilty of murdering 37-lb. teenage son cites judge's tears as ground of appeal Rodica Radita and her husband Emil were convicted in February by Court of Queen's Bench Justice Karen Horner, but Radita is appealing on the grounds of bias from Horner. Although Justice Karen Horner seemed to be emotional when reading her decision, it was unclear if she was crying.
"23.03.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca More parents of children with 'rare' strep A complications want answers Parents Mohammad Jalalvandi and Boney Cherian are looking for answers after being told their children were that "one-in-a-million" patient whose strep A infection developed into deadly septic shock. "Nobody expected him to survive the first night."
"23.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Trump administration set to approve Keystone XL by Monday: report The Keystone XL pipeline will get the approval of the Trump administration by Monday, according to a published report from Politico. The project also needs approval from landowners in the state.
"23.03.2017 21:55:26" Live from Charlottetown's Confederation Centre of the Arts, panellists including CBC's Rosemary Barton, Ian Hanomansing, Tom Murphy, Susan Ormiston, Rex Murphy and Mark Critch from This Hour Has 22 Minutes take audience questions on the changing nature of
"23.03.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca 'She was my only girl': Nunavut teen's death sheds light on failures in fighting TB The death of Ileen Kooneeliusie from TB in January raises questions about how a person living in a territory with a high incidence of tuberculosis could not be diagnosed in time. "People certainly still die of tuberculosis in Canada."
"23.03.2017 21:01:18" cbc.ca Superbug tuberculosis threatens global control efforts TB kills more people each year than any other infectious disease, including HIV and AIDS. Experts warn of possible epidemic over next decade.
"23.03.2017 20:34:24" cbc.ca House of Commons passes anti-Islamophobia motion After months of bitter debate, the House of Commons passed M-103, a non-binding motion condemning Islamophobia and religious discrimination. The final vote tally was 201-91.
"23.03.2017 20:00:01" cbc.ca Andrew Potter resigns McGill post after Maclean's essay on Quebec Andrew Potter, director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, was facing widespread criticism in Quebec after writing an essay for Maclean's. He plans to continue to teach at McGill.
"23.03.2017 19:50:28" MPs vote on anti-Islamophobia motion The final House of Commons vote on M-103, Liberal MP Iqra Khalid's motion to condemn Islamophobia and all other forms of religious discrimination.
"23.03.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Israeli Jewish man arrested for bomb threats against Canadian, U.S. Jewish targets The head of a Jewish community centre that had been targeted by bomb threats says he's thankful that U.S. and international law enforcement have caught a suspect. The U.S. Anti-Defamation League says there have been more than 120 bomb threats against Jewish community centres and day schools since Jan. 9.
"23.03.2017 19:04:35" LIVE Q&A: After the border crossing: Refugees in Canada What happens after asylum seekers cross the border into Canada from the U.S.? Fifth Estate co-host Habiba Nosheen is taking your questions with Andrew Brouwer, a legal aid lawyer specializing in refugee law.
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"23.03.2017 19:00:00" The National for Thurs., March 23, 2017 This is The National for Thursday, March 23, 2017
"23.03.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca TDSB won't schedule any new trips to the U.S. Canada's largest school board says it will stop booking trips to the United States indefinitely in light of the uncertainty surrounding restrictions at the border. The Toronto District School Board said its students "should not be placed into these situations of potentially being turned away at the border."
"23.03.2017 18:17:21" LIVE Q&A: Life in London after the attack: CBC's Thomas Daigle is taking your questions at a vigil for the victims of Wednesday's attack on Westminster.
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"23.03.2017 18:07:37" cbc.ca Liberal budget avoids taxing rich, and misses a chance to make Canadians happier: Don Pittis When Finance Minister Bill Morneau and his team of public servants began putting the final touches on his budget a few weeks ago, things could hardly have looked better. Liberals missed an opportunity with second budget, says our columnist.
"23.03.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Don't call it a comeback: Despite a new movie, Power Rangers has been here for years A new film about the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers might seem like brazen nostalgia, but the truth is, the show never actually went away, writes Jonathan Ore. Power Rangers headed for the big screen.
"23.03.2017 16:33:58" cbc.ca 'I was so relieved I started laughing:' Ryan Gosling opens up about Oscar night A photo of Ryan Gosling smirking at the Oscars was one indelible image that emerged from the chaos of the best-picture mix-up this year. "Truthfully, I was also so thrilled that Moonlight won."
"23.03.2017 16:00:11" cbc.ca Tax deduction for fertility treatments expanded, made retroactive for 10 years Many Canadians who have undergone fertility treatments or turned to assisted reproductive technologies over the past 10 years are now eligible for a tax deduction as a result of Finance Minister Bill Morneau's new budget. Getting medical help to conceive a child can cost thousands of dollars.
"23.03.2017 15:44:53" cbc.ca Time to freak out: touring production of Hamilton is coming to Toronto Hamilton, the megahit Broadway musical that retells the life of U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, is coming to Toronto in 2019. Celebrated musical will hit Toronto in 2019.
"23.03.2017 15:01:42" cbc.ca Sunwing defends 6-hour break between flights for pilot who returned to duty drunk Sunwing Airlines is defending its scheduling for a pilot who showed up for the second flight of his 11-hour shift so drunk that he appeared to fall asleep in the captain's chair. Impaired pilot's schedule met Transport Canada guidelines, employer says.
"23.03.2017 14:30:17" cbc.ca Dennis Oland was wrongly denied bail, Supreme Court of Canada rules This is the first time the country's highest court has ruled on how the bail provisions in the Criminal Code should work in appeals of convictions. The Supreme Court of Canada says the New Brunswick Court of Appeal made a mistake.
"23.03.2017 14:16:31" LIVE Q&A: Protecting Canada's Arctic LIVE Q&A: How does Canada's military defend and protect the Arctic? CBC's @DavidCommon is in Yellowknife, putting your questions to Brig.-Gen. Mike Nixon and Capt. Niels Jeyasegara. ASK YOUR QUESTIONS IN THE COMMENTS.
"23.03.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Trump in final push to win votes to repeal Obamacare U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday was set to make a final push on Thursday to secure the votes to begin dismantling Obamacare in the House of Representatives, with signs that enough Republicans might defect to jeopardize one of his top legislative A loss in the House of Representatives would cast doubt on Trump's ability to deliver on his promises.
"23.03.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Famed Toronto capybaras have 3 new accomplices with birth of babies Toronto's infamous capybara couple, who gained fame (if not fortune) when they broke free from the High Park Zoo last spring, are expanding their family. So that's what they were up to.
"23.03.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Vehicles becoming a common weapon: Timeline of recent attacks Militants are increasingly turning to vehicle-ramming attacks, like the one staged near Britain's Parliament on Wednesday, because they are cheap, easy to organize and hard to prevent, experts say. The London attacker was armed with a knife and a car.
"23.03.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Stroman stars as U.S. wins 1st World Baseball Classic title Marcus Stroman tossed six hitless innings, Ian Kinsler slugged a two-run homer and the United States routed Puerto Rico 8-0 on Wednesday night to win its first World Baseball Classic in four tries. The U.S. beat Puerto Rico thanks in part to six hitless innings from Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman, the tournament's MVP.
"23.03.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca After a nightmare attack, the resilience of Londoners resurfaces Just as surely as a lone attacker would eventually evade London's security services and 24-hour surveillance, London was bound to recover quickly when it did happen. Once the initial horror was over, the resilience that comes with living for years with a From the CBC's Nahlah Ayed in London.
"23.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Liberal budget offers lots of 'vision' but few new numbers: Aaron Wherry The Liberals are selling a vision of what they hope will eventually be. In lieu of a new tax cut or benefit, in the place of any big new investment, that will have to suffice. The Liberals are selling the vision thing, says Aaron Wherry.
"23.03.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Ivanka in the West Wing: Ethics concerns collide with hope for a 'moderating' voice Ivanka Trump will soon have access to state secrets, her own office in the West Wing and nobody official to answer to regarding her ethics. If she can be a "moderating" influence, though, some appear willing to give her a pass. Ivanka Trump will take an unpaid advisory role in her father's administration and will occupy a West Wing office.
"23.03.2017 10:29:47" cbc.ca U.K. attacker was British-born, had been investigated for 'violent extremism' The man who killed three people including a police officer and injured many others outside Britain's Parliament on Wednesday was British-born and had been investigated by British intelligence "some years ago," said Prime Minister Theresa May. • Police raid 6 addresses, arrest 8
• 4 killed, including attacker, and 40 others injured
• Police believe attacker acted alone, was 'inspired by international terrorism'
"23.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Federal government taking lead on social housing After years of being out of the housing game, the federal government sets out a leadership role for itself in its 2017 budget, and takes greater control of the purse strings related to spending for social housing and homelessness. A new national housing fund would also provide low-cost loans for building new units and fixing existing ones.
"23.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Want to know why this family of 6 is living on only $36K a year? Ask the WSIB An Oakville family of six is living on about 36K a year after the father had to stop working because of back issues. The WSIB says he's not eligible for compensation. The WSIB refused to compensate 40-year-old Steve Rescan after back issues forced him to stop working.
"23.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Liberal budget focuses on how women matter in Canada's economy From offering 18-month parental leave to targeting $7 billion of its infrastructure funding for child-care spaces, today's federal budget offers solutions to issues women often identify. Finance Minister Bill Morneau says his fixes will help grow the The Liberal government's first gender-sensitive budget identifies gaps and funds possible fixes.
"23.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Edmonton kids, 8 and 10, turn passions into businesses 10-year-old Gavin Gariepy and his eight-year-old sister, Geneva Gariepy are turning their hobbies into businesses with grant money from the River City Credit Union. Gavin started up a Lego rental business called Rent-a-Brick and Geneva has her own cupcake company called Mini Cupcake Heaven.
"23.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca 'No limitations': Heartland's Amber Marshall says show, characters evolve as 11th season announced The actor who plays Amy Fleming in CBC's Heartland, says she didn't think the show would be as successful as it has been. "Every day I wake up, and I go out and I feed my horses and I take a deep and I say 'Oh, I love this life.'"
"23.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Budget postpones a further $8.4B in defence equipment spending The Liberal government is stripping $8.5 billion out of the equipment budget at National Defence over the near-term — and then promising to put it back and spend it sometime over the next 20 years. The explanation in the federal budget for the delay of capital spending at DND "makes no sense," says an analyst.
"23.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Sask. budget hikes sales tax to 6%, kills provincial bus company The government of Saskatchewan is expanding and raising the provincial sales tax, scrapping its bus company and cutting its spending on public sector wages as it tables another deficit budget. "You've got to make these tough decisions."
"23.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Federal budget 2017 — mostly gusts of pleasant smelling warm air: Opinion Spending isn't up much, there aren't any big goodies for anybody, the government will increase the debt, but not too much, and there aren't any new taxes to speak of, although the government is considering several. The government seems to define middle class as whoever wants to be called middle class, says Neil Macdonald.
"23.03.2017 02:30:01" cbc.ca Canada's smoking rate falls slightly The number of Canadians who smoke tobacco appears to be dropping, a national survey suggests. A Statistics Canada report says 17.7 per cent of Canadians aged 12 and older smoked either daily or occasionally in 2015.
"23.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca No Fixed Address: Turning to unconventional solutions to sidestep Toronto's market Meet three Torontonians exploring options beyond regular condos and houses to make living in the city work. Torontonians are choosing to live on a boat or downsize to a tiny home to make living in the city work
"23.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Federal budget 2017: Hello Uber tax, goodbye Canada Savings Bonds Consumer tax changes in Wednesday's federal budget will add to the cost of Uber rides while ending a public-transit tax credit. Those are just two of several Liberal government moves that will hit pocketbooks directly, though modestly. The Liberals' second budget also does away with the public transit tax credit, while adding pennies to cost of alcohol.
"23.03.2017 01:02:18" LIVE NOW: The National for Wed., March 22, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Wednesday, March 22, 2017
"23.03.2017 01:00:01" cbc.ca Ukraine bans Russia's entry to Eurovision Song Contest The Eurovision Song Contest, nominally an apolitical festival of pop music confections and cheerfully tacky costumes, erupted into a political dispute Wednesday after Ukraine banned Russia's contestant from entering the country. The European Broadcasting Union, which organizes Eurovision, said it would negotiate with Ukraine on Yulia Samoylova's entry.
"23.03.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Do you want to buy an airplane built by Vancouver Island teens? Kids aged 13 to 17 years old built a two-seater plane as part of the Campbell River Teenflight aviation program. The plane goes up for auction at the start of April. It is "absolutely safe."
"23.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Missed, not missing: Richard Simmons' withdrawal sparks fascination Officially, Richard Simmons is not missing. His publicist, manager, brother and two LAPD officers have all said the 68-year-old fitness guru is doing fine. But he has been missing from the spotlight for three years — and that was enough for a former No, Richard Simmons isn't missing.
"22.03.2017 23:30:00" Medics in Mosul This Canadian aid group in Mosul gets closer to the front lines than most organizations: https://youtu.be/gZekFZbK9h4
"22.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca 'He took his last breath in my arms': Retired B.C. doctor died in hospital waiting room, wife says Janice Joneja says her husband Dr. Rajinder Joneja, a retired neurologist and psychiatrist, died in the waiting room of Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops. "No one, regardless of their position, should pass from this life in such traumatic, public and obviously avoidable circumstances."
"22.03.2017 22:39:09" cbc.ca Can't afford a home? These best friends have found a creative solution Creative solutions to sneaking into home ownership in Toronto's red-hot housing market include buying with someone else, among other options. "It took some blind trust."
"22.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Revolutionary overhaul of dinosaur family tree proposed Some of the best-known dinosaurs, like Tyrannosaurus rex and Brontosaurus, may be headed for a divorce due to irreconcilable differences. The old classification is more than a century old.
"22.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Surgery, radiation or neither? Prostate cancer patients rank quality of life after treatment Two studies published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association try to explore the ramifications of prostate cancer treatment, by getting patients to rank their quality of life — defined as sexual, urinary and bowel function — after Treatment can mean a lot of personal trade-offs.
"22.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Rare cancer linked to deaths with textured breast implants, FDA says The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says it has received reports of 9 deaths and more than 350 cases of a rare blood cancer linked to breast implants Could a rare blood cancer be linked to breast implants?
"22.03.2017 20:29:02" LIVE: 2017 Federal budget delivered LIVE NOW: Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivers his second federal budget. Opposition leaders and critics react in the House of Commons.
"22.03.2017 20:02:29" cbc.ca Shoppers computer crash fixed but questions remain about message to public Shoppers Drug Mart's computer system has been restored after a system-wide outage prevented some customers from using debit cards or filling their prescriptions. Yesterday, the retailer said customers could get prescriptions filled when that wasn't the Customers can now pay with debit at Shoppers but may still have to wait for their prescriptions.
"22.03.2017 19:57:26" cbc.ca Today's federal budget: 7 things to watch for Finance Minister Bill Morneau's second federal budget Wednesday isn't expected to match last year's big-ticket, headline-grabbing spending commitments. Get ready for smaller, strategic moves this time that are on-brand for the Liberals. This year's budget is expected to offer smaller, strategic moves compared to last year's.
"22.03.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Earthquakes could cause Los Angeles area to sink abruptly: study The Big One may be overdue to hit California, but scientists near Los Angeles have found a new risk for the area during a major earthquake: abrupt sinking of land, potentially below sea level. Sounds like the plot for a summer blockbuster.
"22.03.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Enbridge sheds 1,000 jobs after takeover of Spectra Energy Enbridge Inc. is cutting about 1,000 jobs, or six per cent of its staff, after completing its takeover of Spectra Energy Corp. of Houston, Texas. Majority of layoffs will reportedly occur in Houston.
"22.03.2017 18:00:05" cbc.ca Anti-ISIS international coalition meets in Washington Top officials from the 68-nation coalition fighting ISIS, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, are looking to increase pressure on the group as U.S.-backed forces move closer to retaking Mosul, Iraq. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says ISIS must be fought online as aggressively as on the ground.
"22.03.2017 17:30:01" cbc.ca Vice Media reporter must turn over material to RCMP, court rules A Vice Media reporter must give the RCMP background materials used for stories on an accused terrorist, Ontario's top court orders. Ontario's top court rules against reporter.
"22.03.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Chicago teen apparently gang-raped on Facebook Live, say police A 15-year-old Chicago girl was apparently sexually assaulted by five or six men or boys on Facebook Live, and none of the roughly 40 people who watched the live video reported the attack to police, authorities said. None of the roughly 40 people who watched reported the attack to police.
"22.03.2017 16:30:01" cbc.ca Amber Alert issued for 4-year-old boy from Saint-Jérôme, Que. A four-year-old boy has been abducted in the Saint-Jérôme region of Quebec, according to provincial police. Sûreté du Québec have issued an Amber Alert to find him. AMBER ALERT: Police say a 4-year-old boy was taken by his mother and they were reportedly last seen in Kanata, Ont.
"22.03.2017 16:06:54" LIVE: This is the scene right now in London near Parliament.
The leader of Britain's House of Commons says a man attacked a police officer at Parliament and has been shot by police: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4035964
"22.03.2017 16:05:43" Police news conference on arrest of Justin Kuijer LIVE: Niagara Regional Police give an update on the arrest of Justin Kuijer, accused of killing his stepson in St. Catharines, Ont. http://www.cbc.ca/1.4035684
"22.03.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca North Korea conducts another missile test, reportedly unsuccessful North Korea's latest missile launch ended in failure on Wednesday as the United States sent a supersonic bomber streaking over ally South Korea in a show of force against the North, officials said. The U.S. Pacific Command said the missile "appears to have exploded within seconds of launch."
"22.03.2017 15:03:43" cbc.ca U.K. police shoot assailant after gunfire heard near Parliament A man has been shot by London police after loud bangs similar to gunfire were heard outside Britain's Parliament. BREAKING: U.K. police are responding to a "firearms incident" near Parliament in London.
"22.03.2017 14:37:43" cbc.ca Life under ISIS: Mosul residents reflect on a brutal occupation CBC News recently spent a week in Mosul, speaking to residents about what it was like living under the world's most feared terrorist group. "We couldn't go out. We couldn't choose the clothes we wanted to buy."
"22.03.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca 'You're very likely to choose a different airline' : Why is U.S. really banning laptops on planes? The U.S. decision to ban large electronic devices on American-bound flights from 10 international airports sparked confusion among observers Tuesday who were unsure as to how to proceed against the backdrop of an uncertain new policy landscape. Confusion reigns as experts question the motive for the U.S. electronics travel ban.
"22.03.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Can't afford a home? These best friends have found a creative solution Creative solutions to sneaking into home ownership in Toronto's red-hot housing market include buying with someone else, purchasing property far away from the city, and buying a place with the only non-profit developer in Canada. Would you buy with a friend to get into the real estate market? How about a complete stranger?
"22.03.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Do keystrokes count as much as Kalashnikovs in Canada's Baltic mission? Military planners in both Ottawa and Brussels are wrestling with the notion that keystrokes are as much of a threat as Kalashnikovs in this summer's deployment of the Canadian-led NATO battle group to Latvia. The Canadian-led NATO battle group in Latvia will include a contingent from the Joint Forces Cyber Component.
"22.03.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Suspension looms for Don Meredith as Senate ethics committee meets today to discuss sanctions Members of the Senate's ethics committee will review the case of embattled Senator Don Meredith today and begin the process of formally sanctioning the Toronto-area senator for his relationship with a teenage girl. Senator Don Meredith could be suspended for his sexual relationship with a teenage girl.
"22.03.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Chuck Barris, game show pioneer who said he was a CIA hitman, dead at 87 Chuck Barris, who took game shows to riotous new levels with a trio of hits in the 1960s and 1970s and whose life — more or less — was the subject of a 2002 motion picture, has died. Chuck Barris created The Dating Game, The Newlywed Game and The Gong Show, earning him the nickname "The King of Schlock."
"22.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca 'The rose-coloured glasses are off': Why experts, students suspect racism under-reported on campuses Many Canadian universities received few or no official complaints of racial discrimination or harassment on campus over the past five years. But experts and students — and even a couple of the universities — tell CBC News those low numbers aren't A CBC News investigation found many universities received few or no racism complaints in the past 5 years.
"22.03.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Finance minister caught between Trump and a hard place: Chris Hall It's safe to say that the budget Finance Minister Bill Morneau unveils today won't be the one he originally intended as a second instalment of the Liberals' plan to help the middle class — and all those seeking to join it. It's budget day in Ottawa. Our coverage begins at 2 p.m. ET on CBC News Network and cbcnews.ca.
"22.03.2017 10:30:00" cbc.ca A whole new world: Why Boston public schools are adopting a different map School children in Boston are learning geography from a map that shows countries as they really are — size-wise. The Gall-Peters projection is an "equal-area" map that more accurately reflects the relative size of land masses.
"22.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Fish oil supplements during pregnancy don't improve child's intelligence: study Children from mothers who took fish oil supplements during pregnancy showed no improvement on a variety of developmental outcomes. "Our findings do not suggest that the DHA supplements caused benefit or harm for child development."
"22.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca EU trade chief says she's 'worried about some of the signs' coming from U.S. In the wake of last year's unexpected one-two political punch of Brexit and Trump's win, the EU isn't wasting time bolstering its ambitious trade agenda. CETA will be the template for future EU accords with other countries, the trade commissioner hopes.
"22.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca 2-week-old child dies after going into cardiac arrest on B.C. highway RCMP say a two-week-old baby did not survive going into cardiac arrest on the Coquihalla Highway on his way to B.C. Children's Hospital in Vancouver Monday. The reason for the child suffering cardiac arrest is not known at this time.
"22.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Front-runners in French election clash in TV debate The two front-runners for the French presidency clashed spectacularly in the campaign's first televised debate between leading candidates Monday night. The first-round vote is set for April 23.
"22.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Stolen van Gogh paintings return to Amsterdam after 14 years Two paintings by Vincent van Gogh that were stolen in a smash-and-grab heist more than 14 years ago went back on display Tuesday at the Amsterdam museum dedicated to the Dutch master. It wasn't an easy find.
"22.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Manitoba government won't rule out ER closures The Pallister government has left the door open to closing hospital emergency departments as it works to improve Manitoba's wait times. "What good is it to have a ton of ERs if you have to wait six hours when you get there?" - Premier Brian Ballister
"22.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Brake issues with rogue Regina railcar similar to Lac-Mégantic disaster: TSB A Transportation Safety Board report explains the circumstances that led to a railcar rolling out of control through the streets of Regina last year. The car did not derail and no one was hurt.
"22.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Rona Ambrose says sale of airports will drive up costs, threaten national security A "botched" job of selling off Canada's airports would be costly for travellers and could even threaten national security, interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose says. Ambrose said an airport sell-off could benefit shareholders at the expense of taxpayers.
"22.03.2017 02:34:17" Husband-to-be pops question to Manitoba violinist in show-stop... This husband-to-be popped the question in a show-stopping proposal in Manitoba.
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"22.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca NHL commissioner said that negotiations on Olympic participation at a standstill The NHL's main issues with Olympic participation centre on a need for it to shut down its season for 2½ weeks, along with concerns about player injuries. "As things stand now people should assume we are not going."
"22.03.2017 01:28:12" cbc.ca Stepfather accused in Ontario boy's death arrested after days-long manhunt Police in northwestern Ontario have arrested a man accused of killing his seven-year-old stepson in St. Catharines, Ont., Niagara Regional Police confirmed late Tuesday. The family has planned a funeral for Nathan Dumas for this Friday, one week before what would have been the boy's eighth birthday.
"22.03.2017 01:00:08" LIVE: The National for Tues., March 21, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Tuesday, March 21, 2017
"22.03.2017 01:00:00" Maggie MacDonnell recognized for her work in rural Salluit, Qu... Meet Maggie MacDonnell, the Canadian teacher who won a $1 million global prize for her work in northern Quebec. Read more here: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4031806
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"22.03.2017 00:41:41" cbc.ca 'This is Canada's moment:' Could Donald Trump produce a brain gain here? U.S. President Trump's efforts to cut money from science-based programs provides an opportunity for Canada's science sector. "We have pretty good universities here. We speak English. We're a welcoming society for immigrants."
"22.03.2017 00:35:02" cbc.ca Missing comma could cost U.S. company millions It all came down to a missing comma, and not just any one. And it's reignited a longstanding debate over whether the punctuation is necessary. "Our argument was that it was a train wreck of a sentence."
"22.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Nearly half of all airport noise complaints came from just 2 people, Calgary council hears Two people made about 2,800 complaints — almost four calls a day — about noise at the Calgary International Airport in a year although the total complaints dropped. Two people are responsible for 2,800 of the complaints — about 46 per cent of the calls.
"21.03.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Toronto has dire need for federal help on housing, U of T professor says Wednesday's federal budget is expected to set aside $11 billion to municipalities for affordable housing, which is sorely lacking in Toronto. "The state of repair is dire, that's why they're talking about shutting housing."
"21.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Journalist, broadcaster Betty Kennedy dead at 91 Journalist and television personality Betty Kennedy, famed for her work on CBC's long-running trivia show Front Page Challenge, has died at 91. "She brought dignity, a femininity, a cool, controlled intelligence."
"21.03.2017 22:46:26" cbc.ca Trump approves human exploration of Mars and signs off on NASA's budget President Donald Trump signed a bill into law Tuesday that updates NASA's mission to add exploration of Mars and authorizes $19.5 billion in spending for the U.S. space agency for the current budget year. The measure amends current law to add human exploration of the Red Planet as a goal for the agency.
"21.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Illegal border crossers nabbed so far in 2017 nearly half of all caught in 2016 Statistics previously provided by the Immigration Department had revealed 2,464 were apprehended in 2016. Of those stopped so far this year, 677 were in Quebec, 161 in Manitoba and 291 in British Columbia.
"21.03.2017 21:30:01" cbc.ca Apple unveils cheaper iPad, red iPhones Without the usual fanfare associated with some of its product launches, Apple on Wednesday rolled out a cheaper low-end iPad, a new iPad mini with more memory, and red iPhones. For each red phone sold, the company will make an unspecified contribution to the Global Fund to support HIV/AIDS programs.
"21.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca What to know about the new airline electronics bans The Trump administration warns that U.S.-bound travellers from 10 airports in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa will be banned from carrying certain electronic devices on board, owing to fears terrorists could conceal bombs in larger devices. Canada is considering implementing a similar ban.
"21.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca The world hit its warmest in 2016 — and it's getting hotter: study The world experienced its hottest year in 2016, a trend that contributed to the wildfires that decimated parts of Alberta and appears to already be worsening. About 35% of the coral on the Great Barrier Reef has already been lost.
"21.03.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Mississauga girl loses 2 limbs after infection doctors thought was influenza Parents of an 11-year-old girl who had two limbs amputated after a serious bacterial infection caused by streptococcus A are asking why their daughter's condition was dismissed as the flu. Her parents were twice told their daughter had the flu. She lost her left arm and right leg to streptococcus A.
"21.03.2017 19:30:01" cbc.ca Dozens of accused in major Montreal Mafia bust have charges stayed Quebec prosecutors have decided to stay proceedings against dozens of people facing accusations ranging from drug trafficking to firearms possession as part of a major investigation into the Montreal Mafia. Quebec prosecutors issued 36 stays of proceedings against people rounded up as part of Operation Clemenza.
"21.03.2017 19:00:15" LIVE Q&A: How to make a living on YouTube and Instagram Q&A: How do YouTubers and Instagrammers turn social media into a day job? CBC's Ioanna Roumeliotis is putting your questions to social media star Jeremy Rupke of 'How to Hockey.' ASK YOUR QUESTIONS IN THE COMMENTS.
"21.03.2017 19:00:01" cbc.ca Justin Trudeau's family trip to the Bahamas cost more than $127K Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's controversial family vacation to a private island in the Bahamas owned by the Aga Khan cost Canadian taxpayers more than $127,000, including thousands of dollars in per diems for government employees who accompanied him. PM's controversial trip now under ethics investigation.
"21.03.2017 18:30:02" cbc.ca Sunwing pilot who passed out in cockpit pleads guilty to impaired charge With an empty 26-ounce bottle of vodka back in his hotel room, Sunwing pilot Miroslav Gronych was so drunk when he stumbled onto the airplane he was supposed to fly from Calgary to Regina, his wing pin was upside down and he appeared to pass out in the A Sunwing pilot drank an "incredible amount of alcohol" before boarding a plane, the court heard today during his guilty plea.
"21.03.2017 18:00:01" cbc.ca Stompin' Tom Connors, the 'rebel': Legend's music and image to get reboot Stompin' Tom Connors's music is getting a reboot as ole, one of North America's largest music publishing companies, has purchased exclusive distribution rights for the Canadian legend's music and masters, his YouTube presence and merchandise. The rights to Stompin' Tom Connors' music have been acquired, meaning about 100 tracks will be released for the first time.
"21.03.2017 17:30:02" cbc.ca Shoppers computer crash means no debit purchases or points at some stores Shoppers Drug Mart tells CBC News it is experiencing intermittent computer system outages in stores across Canada. This may prevent customers from using their debit cards to make payments or from collecting Shoppers Optimum points today. This is not optimal.
"21.03.2017 17:00:47" cbc.ca No laptops, tablets on U.S. and U.K.-bound jets from Mideast, North Africa The United Kingdom is joining the U.S. in banning travellers from a handful of mostly Middle Eastern and North African countries to pack electronic devices other than cellphones in their checked baggage. The U.S. and the U.K. are banning electronic devices larger than cellphones from cabins on flights from certain countries.
"21.03.2017 16:30:01" cbc.ca In open letter to Subway restaurant chain, Freshii proposes partnership In a friendly open letter to the parent company of Subway restaurants, Canadian fast casual restaurant Freshii has proposed a tie-up between the two businesses that would see some Subway locations converted to Freshii restaurants. "Let's explore a partnership in which we together convert select Subway stores to Freshii restaurants in a quick, low-cost way."
"21.03.2017 16:00:01" cbc.ca Malaysia backs down, approves Beauty and the Beast film without cuts Malaysia's largest cinema chain said Tuesday it will begin showing the Disney movie Beauty and the Beast on March 30 without cutting a gay scene as had been ordered by film censors. After an appeal, Malaysia has approved the showing of the Beauty and the Beast movie without cutting its "gay moment."
"21.03.2017 15:30:01" cbc.ca U.S. Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch says he's made no promises for future rulings U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch told senators Tuesday that he keeps "an open mind for the entire process" when he issues rulings, seeking to reassure Democratics worried about his impartiality at the outset of a day of questioning. We are carrying the U.S. Supreme Court nominee confirmation hearing live on CBCNews.ca.
"21.03.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca How the budget could spare Trudeau some difficult conversations Ahead of the Liberal government's second budget, there is looming concern for the future of employment. Can Prime Minister Justin Trudeau do anything to get ahead of those changes? Can Prime Minister Justin Trudeau do anything to get ahead of changes in the workforce?
"21.03.2017 14:30:01" cbc.ca Why so many Canadian universities know so little about their own racial diversity A CBC News investigation looks at the reasons why so many Canadian universities don't collect race-based data about their student communities even though many experts say the information could help schools better serve their students. Universities have been reluctant to collect race-based data from students.
"21.03.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Dating apps for the 'elite' reinforce the worst aspects of human nature: Opinion With Tinder Select, you're only connected to those in your supposed social strata — or as it was defined in past eras, the confines of your "class" — which only serves to reinforce our worst impulses to divide, discriminate and segregate. Tinder Select feels like a throwback to high school, where wallflowers had no chance with the popular kids, writes Ramona Pringle.
"21.03.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Low oil prices leave a $5B gap in federal budget Finance Minister Bill Morneau would have an easier time crafting this week's budget if oil prices would recover. Stubbornly low oil prices pose a budget problem for Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
"21.03.2017 13:00:34" cbc.ca 'Revolutionary' 3D mapping of an Alberta mountain could help predict the next flood or drought An abandoned chairlift marks what once was a developed ski run that is now a destination for scientists who hope this site will lead to better forecasting of floods, drought and other weather patterns. This drone will take hundreds of pictures of Fortress Mountain in Kananaskis, Alta., to create a 3D model of the snowpack.
"21.03.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Canada's battle group grapples with challenges ahead of Latvia mission Canadian military planners are grappling with how much intelligence they can share with allies deployed with them in Latvia this summer. The other NATO members will also be arriving with restrictions on how their troops are used. Canada, Poland, Italy, Spain, Slovenia, and Albania will be working together under the NATO banner in Latvia.
"21.03.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Belarus president feels the squeeze from citizens and from former friend Russia Belarus is small — 10 million people — and poor, and once was Russia's closest ally. But things recently have been going very wrong. The sign reads, "Lukashenko, stop picking the raisins out of the bread."
"21.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Police scrambled to ID alleged care-home victims while investigating ex-nurse Police investigating Elizabeth Wettlaufer, the former nurse accused of killing and attempting to kill residents at Ontario long-term care homes, scrambled to piece together the identities of a number of the purported victims, newly disclosed portions of a Police investigating Elizabeth Wettlaufer had only first names of some of the care-home residents alleged to have been targeted.
"21.03.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Shaking off the debt addiction as rates rise will be hard on Canadian borrowers: Don Pittis While lenders pushed loans, Canadians were willing borrowers. But as rates begin to rise, indebted consumers face withdrawal pangs. CBC's Don Pittis: Upselling by lenders has raised the stakes for Canadians addicted to debt.
"21.03.2017 10:39:28" cbc.ca Why Comey's testimony is drawing fire for an FBI 'double standard' on secrets FBI Director James Comey kept one election-related secret last year, while at the same time divulging another about the candidate's opponent — a revelation on Monday that is reviving concerns about bias from the chief of the domestic U.S. intelligence Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were under FBI investigation during the election campaign. Only one was made public.
"21.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Philadelphia's Cinco de Mayo festival cancelled over fears of immigration raids Philadelphia cancels its popular Cinco de Mayo celebration due to fears and concerns over immigration crackdowns. An organizer of the festival told CBC Radio why. "We don't want to expose my people to something bad."
"21.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Tom Brady's missing Super Bowl jersey found: NFL It wasn't the only piece of memorabilia recovered. Police also located a Brady jersey that had gone missing after the Patriots' 2015 Super Bowl win over the Seattle Seahawks. The jersey was found in Mexico in the "possession of a credentialed member of the international media."
"21.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca 'I can't get over it:' White House newsletter shares satirical column about Trump budget cuts The White House newsletter on Friday shared a Washington Post column that appeared at first glance to sing the Trump budget's praises. In fact, it was a biting satire. This is why you should always read before posting on social media.
"21.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca New Alberta PC Leader, Wildrose counterpart agree on discussion committee, caucus cooperation The two leaders met for 35 minutes in the Wildrose office at Edmonton's Federal Building near the legislature. Jason Kenney and Wildrose Leader Brian Jean still disagree about what form the new party should take.
"21.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca A single rescue ship saved nearly 1,000 refugees from the Mediterranean this weekend — many of them children On Monday, nearly 1,000 rescued people were aboard a ship, bound for Italy. The refugees were rescued in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Libya. "It's a real mixture of emotions being able to rescue people, but also that feeling that you may have failed to rescue others."
"21.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca 6 tips to protect your savings Don't sweat the small stuff, always pay down your credit card balance and be prepared to escalate — these are among the banking tips personal finance expert and author Bruce Sellery offers to consumers aiming to protect their savings. Renewing your mortgage? "Start from scratch," finance expert Bruce Sellery advises.
"21.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca B.C. man takes on Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe's presidential race Richard Kanyangu, a Kamloops pastor and psychiatric nurse, says he's going to try and unseat the long-serving Zimbabwean president in the country's 2018 presidential election. "We've stood on the sidelines for too long and watched the situation hoping it would change by itself."
"21.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Edmonton designer invents winter outfit for people with mobility issues A University of Alberta professor has come up with a garment specially designed for people with mobility issues to enjoy outdoor activities in cold temperatures. The three-part garment has a cape-like top and two bottoms — one that looks like a sleeping bag and the other resembles snow pants.
"21.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Double-double and defibrillators? Coffee shops top list of ideal spots to place life-saving devices Every second counts when someone is having a cardiac arrest, but there's often a disconnect between where the event happens and the nearest defibrillator. Researchers say putting defibrillators into busy places like coffee shops could help save lives.
"21.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Large electronics to be banned on some U.S.-bound flights A U.S. official said the ban will apply to nonstop flights to the U.S. from 10 airports in eight countries in the Middle East and North Africa. The official did not name the airports or the countries. Laptops and tablets among items not allowed in carry-on for flights from 8 countries.
"21.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Public health officials confirm travel-related case of measles in Nova Scotia Public health officials say a few hundred people may have been exposed to measles in Nova Scotia between March 11 and March 15. Hundreds may have been exposed to the virus on a flight, at a church and in an emergency room.
"21.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Cut out the Trudeau cut-outs, Canadian diplomats told Standup, cardboard images of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have attracted some selfie action at promotional events in the United States. "It just doesn't seem very prime ministerial."
"21.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Almost half of Canadians want illegal border crossers deported, poll suggests A significant minority, four out of 10 respondents, said the border crossers could make Canada "less safe," underlining the potential political risk for Trudeau's Liberals. Trudeau has come under pressure over how the government is handling illegal border crossings.
"21.03.2017 00:30:00" Finance minister to table budget in Edmonton Oxfords "New shoes on budget day" is a unique tradition for Canada's finance minister.
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"21.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca High-tech sector looks to Liberal budget to spark innovation, deliver skilled workforce Will it be enough to make sure the next great Canadian tech company stays in Canada? "Tech is at the centre of wealth generation. And it's important that we get this correct if we want to be a prosperous country."
"20.03.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Gender-based violence report urges mandatory training for judges, RCMP All judges and RCMP officers should have to go through mandatory training on gender-based violence and sexual assault, says a new report from the House of Commons committee on the status of women. "We need everybody pulling in the same direction."
"20.03.2017 23:01:00" cbc.ca Veteran Canadian comedian Bob Robertson dead at 71 Robertson and his wife, Linda Cullen, created the popular CBC Radio series "Double Exposure"
"20.03.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Donald Trump's net worth drops to $3.5B US: Forbes Forbes estimates that U.S. President Donald Trump's fortune is worth $3.5 billion US, about $1 billion less than last year. Trump claimed to be worth in excess of $10 billion US during the election campaign.
"20.03.2017 22:00:00" The National for Monday, March 20, 2017 This is The National for Monday, March 20, 2017
"20.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Canada's $1M teacher on how she won and what she'll do with the money A day after winning a $1 million teaching prize, Maggie MacDonnell spoke with CBC's Quebec AM about her experiencing teaching in Salluit, Que. "You see kids dealing with dramatic issues and having to be so resilient to overcome them."
"20.03.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca U.K. to trigger Brexit process on March 29 Britain's government will begin the process of leaving the European Union on March 29, starting the clock on two years in which to complete the most important negotiation of a generation. The letter will plunge Britain into a period of intense uncertainty.
"20.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca 'Assault gloves' should be audited by all Ontario police services, minister says A CBC News investigation has led to mounting pressure on the Ontario government to include 'assault gloves' on its police-approved weapons list. Ontario's minister of community safety and correctional services is calling on the province's chiefs of police to audit the use of reinforced gloves by their officers.
"20.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Saks exposed some customer contact info online One of the retail chains owned by Toronto-based Hudson's Bay Company briefly exposed the email addresses and phone numbers of thousands of its customers online. The email addresses and phone numbers of thousands of its customers were briefly exposed online.
"20.03.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Owners of forever homes, unwilling or unable to move up, frustrate would-be buyers First-time homebuyers are having trouble breaking into Toronto's housing market as people convert starter homes into forever homes, because they can't afford to move up. It's part of a 'vicious circle' of stagnation being closely monitored by the Toronto Are you stuck in your housing situation in Toronto? There's new proof that it's a "vicious circle."
"20.03.2017 19:30:02" cbc.ca Extradite pair to face 'honour killing' trial or undermine global justice, lawyer says Canada could undermine the global justice system by failing to extradite a pair accused of orchestrating the honour killing of a 25-year-old B.C. woman, a government lawyer argued today before the Supreme Court of Canada. The Supreme Court is hearing arguments for and against sending Jassi Sidhu's mother and uncle to face charges in India.
"20.03.2017 19:00:01" cbc.ca We need to start calling out corporate 'redwashing': Opinion Redwashing is an attempt by a corporation to paint itself as "benevolent" — a good neighbour — through sponsorship schemes for Indigenous education, art and culture. It is the process of covering up the detrimental effects of corporate initiatives on the Redwashing is an attempt by a corporation to paint itself as "benevolent" through sponsorship of Indigenous education, art and culture.
"20.03.2017 18:30:41" cbc.ca Tegan and Sara, Tyler Oakley blast YouTube 'restricted mode' blocking of LGBT content YouTube says it's looking into concerns about the company's current "Restricted Mode" — a voluntary feature aimed at blocking mature or potentially inappropriate material, but which some users say is seemingly indiscriminately filtering out content by and YouTube is facing a social media storm over its LGBT-blocking "restricted mode."
"20.03.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Julia, a Muppet with autism, moving onto Sesame Street Folks on Sesame Street have a way of making everyone feel accepted. That certainly goes for Julia, a new Muppet youngster with blazing red hair, bright green eyes — and autism. Julia is featured in a Sesame Workshop initiative called "Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children."
"20.03.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Lisa Raitt calls for Conservative leadership 'cheaters' to be expelled Conservative leadership contender Lisa Raitt is calling on the party to expel any candidate who has broken the party's rules and levy "significant" fines on their campaigns. The Maxime Bernier campaign says it has proof a Kevin O'Leary organizer has engaged in membership fraud.
"20.03.2017 17:01:42" Blind hockey: The same as ice hockey, except all the players have some level of vision loss.
"20.03.2017 16:30:01" cbc.ca UPEI to highlight Anne author with new chair in Montgomery Studies UPEI is on the brink of hiring a new Chair in L.M. Montgomery Studies, someone designed to raise the author's profile internationally. "P.E.I. is home to this world-class author, and as locals we don't always know about the fascinating life she led here."
"20.03.2017 16:03:55" LIVE Q&A: Banking advice Q&A: How to avoid unnecessary bank fees: CBC's Jacqueline Hansen is putting your questions to Personal Finance Expert Bruce Sellery. ASK YOUR QUESTIONS IN THE COMMENTS.
"20.03.2017 16:00:01" cbc.ca Advertising by some Manitoba chiropractors undermines public health, expert says A CBC News analysis of the company websites and Facebook pages of every registered chiropractor in Manitoba found several dozen examples of statements, claims and social media content at odds with many public health policies or medical research. CBC News found many chiropractor websites containing statements at odds with public health advice on topics such as vaccination.
"20.03.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Blizzard-bound Churchill awaits supply train: OmniTrax says track cleared Another winter blizzard is hitting Churchill, where people are already desperate for groceries that have been delayed since the last blizzard two weeks ago. "I've lived here 50 years and no, we've never had anything like this." – Churchill Deputy Mayor Shane Hutchins.
"20.03.2017 15:00:34" cbc.ca No evidence of Trump slump as travel between U.S. and Canada surges in January January was the busiest first month of the year for Americans travelling to Canada in a decade, and Canadian travel the other way also surged to its highest level in a year. Canadians made 3.6 million trips to U.S. in January, their highest level since 2015.
"20.03.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Trump says Russian hacking allegations 'made up' ahead of FBI director's testimony U.S. President Donald Trump has accused Democrats of making up allegations that Russia interfered in last year's election, and says Congress and the FBI should be going after media leaks instead. "This story is FAKE NEWS and everyone knows it!" – President Donald Trump.
"20.03.2017 14:00:00" Garth Drabinsky's play for redemption Garth Drabinsky, the producer who spent time in prison for fraud, looks for a comeback with a new musical in Toronto.
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"20.03.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Peddling authenticity: Social media influencers undermine traditional ads There's a catch to the influence being peddled on social media by Toronto's Beckerman twins and a growing number of their competitors — it requires at least the appearance of authenticity. Cailli and Sam Beckerman, twin fashion bloggers from Toronto, are top Canadian social influencers.
"20.03.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Liberals urged to scrap 19th century rule that requires laws be printed in books Does it still make sense for the federal government to spend $100,000 a year to print its new laws in book form? It's 2017. Do we still need to print all our laws on paper?
"20.03.2017 12:31:01" cbc.ca Police to issue Canada-wide warrant for man wanted for murder in death of 7-year-old stepson A Canada-wide warrant is to be issued Monday morning for a man wanted in connection with the death of a boy in St Catharines. Justin Kuijer, 43, is wanted for first degree murder in the death of his stepson.
"20.03.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian medical staff saving lives on the front lines of the battle for Mosul With ISIS car bombs and snipers targeting Iraqi civilians and soldiers in Mosul, medical care in Iraq's second largest city is greatly stretched. A Canadian medical charity has medics on the front lines treating the wounded, while Canadian military CBC's Derek Stoffel in Iraq: On the front lines in Mosul, a Canadian medical charity is treating the wounded.
"20.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Bank call centre staff reveal pressure to turn customer inquiries into sales Call centre employees for Canada's big banks describe the intense pressure to turn customer inquiries into sales. "Sell to them or you will lose your job."
"20.03.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Will Trump's Supreme Court pick get the job? What you need to know about the Gorsuch hearing After weeks of careful preparation, President Donald Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, will have his first confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill. Here's what you need to know about the process and what's at stake. The U.S. Senate's confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch begins at 11 a.m. ET.
"20.03.2017 10:30:45" cbc.ca Stock option deduction criticized as 'outrageous' tax break for wealthy Canadians It's called the stock option deduction — a tax break for employees that critics claim largely benefits wealthy corporate executives. They say it's time for Ottawa to claw back the benefit in this week's budget. The tax perk for wealthy CEOs that will cost Canada $840M this year.
"20.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Adult kindergarten class brings back play to stressed-out grown-ups in St. John's A former kindergarten teacher-turned life coach is bringing playtime to adults. "It's a way to let go of things that bother you, that worry you. There's a great feeling of freedom [that] comes with that."
"20.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Not getting enough sleep? You're not alone — and that's bad for all of us More than a quarter of Canadians get fewer than seven hours of sleep every day, and it's harming their health and the economy as a whole. Canada loses 80,000 working days a year to lack of sleep.
"20.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca 'Hockey Pants': Is this the next Hockey Night in Canada theme song? 10-year-old Kali Boychuk can sing, she can dance, she can put on her hockey pants — and write catchy song lyrics too. The Hockey Pants chorus came to 10-year-old Kali Boychuk while getting ready for a game.
"20.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca A Moncton writer confronts her 'anxiety monster' For a woman who juggled demands of family and career for years, seemingly effortlessly, no one could have guessed that a teeny taste of butter would be Cathy Donaldson's tipping point. Cathy Donaldson shares her dark struggles with depression and anxiety in an ultimately hopeful memoir.
"20.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca First home of late poet Maya Angelou for sale The St. Louis childhood home of late poet Maya Angelou is up for sale. With a listed price of $159,000 US, the 1,100-square-foot place at 3130 Hickory St. was Angelou's home for her first three years. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom dwelling is 129 years old.
"20.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Rude customers part of the job for retail workers CBC Manitoba recently spoke with former retail workers for the series The Loss of Civility. One woman said she encountered varying degrees of uncivil behaviour during her four years working in retail. "The more I cried, the more they laughed."
"20.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca CBC's health newsletter: How to feel like you've won the lottery Second Opinion is a vital dose of the week's news in health and medicine from reporter Kelly Crowe and CBC Health. It's like going to the doctor, but without sitting on that weird paper.
"20.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca OPINION: Revenge of the comment section: Don't blame the banks...entirely CBC commenters generally agree that banks shouldn't engage in high-pressure tactics to meet sales goals, but many point out that consumers also need to learn more. Make sure to comment on these comments ...
"20.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Traces of Earth's original crust found in Canadian Shield Researchers have found traces of Earth's crust in the Canadian Shield dating back 4.2 billion years, when our planet was in its infancy. Researchers found remnants of the planet's infancy amid rock in northern Quebec.
"20.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Jason Kenney aims for a new united right-wing party in Alberta by spring 2018 Newly elected Alberta Progressive Conservative leader Jason Kenney said Sunday he hopes to have a new leader and new united conservative party in place by spring of 2018. PC party executive director Troy Wason resigned Sunday morning.
"20.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Alberta oilsands production outlook bright despite gloomy headlines While several factors suggest a gloomy outlook for production from the world's third-largest proven oil reserves, Canada's output is still expected to set new records. "It's hard to imagine a scenario where oilsands production would go down."
"20.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca How not to get hacked: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet If you've been too busy to follow the consumer news this week, here's our cheat sheet. From banks to Air Miles, here's everything you need to know from CBC News: Marketplace
"20.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Kelowna artist cashes in on 'money taxidermy' Kyle Zsombor creates currency sculptures on his father's old taxidermy moulds. "It occurred to me that the U.S. dollar was so cheap that a Canadian artist could use it as collage material."
"20.03.2017 00:27:58" Mike Myers says comedy's not the whole answer Shows like Saturday Night Live are firing shots at U.S. President Trump, but Canadian comedian Mike Myers says that isn't enough on its own to bring about change.
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"20.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Uber's turmoil continues as president Jeff Jones quits Ride services company Uber Technologies Inc. has been thrust deeper into turmoil with the departure of company president Jeff Jones, a marketing expert hired to help bolster its reputation. Jones is the latest in a string of high-level executives to leave the tech company.
"19.03.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca 2nd Quebec police officer suspended, trucker arrested as heads roll over Highway 13 fiasco The Sureté du Québec announced Sunday evening that it had suspended a senior member of the force amid an internal review of its response to the snow storm. More than 300 people were stranded for over 12 hours during Tuesday's blizzard.
"19.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca These boutique hotels let you stay in unique surroundings A lifeguard station, Banksy's art in a West Bank hotel and robot staff: these inns have people talking. A lifeguard station, Banksy's art in West Bank hotel and robot staff: these quirky inns have people talking.
"19.03.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Police to issue Canada-wide warrant for man wanted for murder in death of 7-year-old stepson The Niagara Regional Police Service say a 43-year-old man is wanted for first-degree murder in the death of his stepson. The man is also wanted for attempted murder after a stabbing at a bank.
"19.03.2017 22:00:00" The National for Sunday, March 19, 2017 This is The National for Sunday, March 19, 2017
"19.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Five questions about Drake's latest release More Life Drake unleashed his latest 22-track studio project Saturday, giving fans plenty of material to chew on. Drake has finally delivered More Life, but he hasn't necessarily handed us all the answers.
"19.03.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Canada's economy has momentum, but budget complicated by big unknowns in U.S. The Trudeau government will chart the next segment of its mandate this week in what's expected to be a modest budget — but the omnipresent economic unknowns in the U.S. could eventually force Ottawa from a steady-as-she-goes course. Despite recent economic improvements, there are concerns about possible changes to U.S. trade and tax policies.
"19.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Trump urged to back up or back off wiretap claim U.S. lawmakers from both parties said on Sunday they had seen no proof to support the claim by Republican President Donald Trump that his predecessor Barack Obama had wiretapped him last year, adding pressure on Trump to explain or back off his repeated FBI Director James Comey is expected to address the allegation when he testifies at Monday's hearing about Russia and the election.
"19.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Adult kindergarten class brings back play to stressed-out grown-ups Joan Dohey, now a life coach, has a new initiative called "adult kindergarten" for those who may have forgotten everything they learned way back then. "It's a way to let go of things that bother you, that worry you."
"19.03.2017 20:00:02" cbc.ca Gunman shot at Paris airport was 'under the influence,' father says Police have questioned relatives of a man shot dead by soldiers at a Paris airport in their search for clues about why he tried to seize an assault rifle of a soldier, and an autopsy and toxicology tests will be conducted to determine whether he was under A Paris prosecutor said 39-year-old Ziyed Ben Belgacem shouted he was there to "die for Allah."
"19.03.2017 19:30:01" cbc.ca Teacher wins $1M global prize for work in northern Quebec Canadian Maggie MacDonnell has won a global teaching prize worth $1 million US for her work in Salluit, an Inuit community in northern Quebec. Maggie MacDonnell beat out 20,000 other nominees for the 2017 Global Teaching Prize.
"19.03.2017 19:00:02" cbc.ca North Korea tests newly developed high-thrust rocket engine North Korea has conducted a ground test of a new type of high-thrust rocket engine that leader Kim Jong-un is calling a revolutionary breakthrough for the country's space program, the North's state media said Sunday. The engine is to be used for North Korea's space and satellite-launching program.
"19.03.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Traces of Earth's original crust found in Canadian Shield Researchers have found traces of Earth's crust in the Canadian Shield dating back 4.2 billion years, when our planet was in its infancy. Researchers find remnants of the planet's infancy amid a rock in northern Quebec.
"19.03.2017 18:00:01" cbc.ca 'So many barriers': Support for teen dads lags behind help for young moms Organizations offer support for young mothers in most large cities across Canada, but there is a gap for young fathers. When they get more involved with their children, it can have a positive effect. "The U.S. is maybe 15 years ahead of us when it comes to supporting fatherhood," says Brian Russell of Dad Central Ontario.
"19.03.2017 17:30:05" cbc.ca Not 'your grandmother's Anne': new series revisits Anne of Green Gables A new TV series and a new trilogy of TV movies are both competing for fans of Anne. But will this glut of Green Gables remakes overload viewers or win over a whole new generation? CBC's Anne premieres tonight, and executive producer Miranda de Pencier says this adaptation's "documentary level of realism" sets it apart.
"19.03.2017 17:00:02" cbc.ca Groundbreaking Ottawa grocery store to offer one-stop, zero waste shopping An Ottawa teacher-turned-entrepreneur is preparing to open the city's first zero-waste grocery store and provide people with a whole new way to shop. Reusable glass and compostable paper will be the only types of containers on offer at Nu Grocery.
"19.03.2017 16:30:01" cbc.ca Supreme Court to hear 'honour killing' extradition case A long-running legal battle heads to the Supreme Court on Monday as two B.C. residents accused of arranging the honour-killing of a young relative in India continue to fight the federal government's efforts to extradite them. Jaswinder (Jassi) Sidhu was found dead in Punjab in 2000. Her mother and uncle, both of Maple Ridge, B.C., were arrested in 2012.
"19.03.2017 16:00:30" cbc.ca A break from the world: Toronto woman turns home into public mental health space Shelley Marshall has opened up her home and created the Mental Wellness Loft — a free, safe space in her Toronto home where anybody can come in and take a… "My hope is that other people will come, see it, take part and be inspired to open up more."
"19.03.2017 15:30:01" cbc.ca More rural Canadians turning to surveillance for security Following a bump in crime rates in many parts of rural Canada, some farmers and ranchers are turning to high-tech security systems to help them monitor their properties. Surveillance cameras are popping up alongside tractors on a growing number of Canadian farms.
"19.03.2017 15:00:02" cbc.ca 'Free TV' Android box dealers fight cable giants' court injunction banning sales The fully loaded Android TV box battle resumes on Monday. Two box dealers are appealing an injunction blocking them from selling their boxes during a legal case. The defendants say there's no way to prove they're causing customers to cut their cable.
"19.03.2017 14:30:01" cbc.ca For Jason Kenney, now the real work begins Jason Kenney just orchestrated what some PCs are calling a hostile takeover of the Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta. Winning the PC leadership is the first step on the winding road to the next provincial election.
"19.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Ottawa warned about job losses that could stem from automation Documents don't hint at how federal policy will have to adapt to increased automation in the workforce, noting that predicting the future is a risky proposition. The Canadian economy could lose between 1.5 million and 7.5 million jobs in the coming years due to machines.
"19.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Make love, not (just) war: Why romance is the key to Mass Effect games' popularity The new video game promises a galaxy full of sci-fi adventures, but fans of the series know what they're really here for: getting hot and heavy with their crewmates. The sci-fi series by Edmonton-based Bioware is known for its action on and off the battlefield.
"19.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Fishy labels? Ottawa considering steps to provide more detail on seafood labels The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it is looking at ways to improve labelling for seafood after a report by environmentalists gave current rules a grade of F. Canadians often aren't receiving the same information as Europeans or Americans according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
"19.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca 'It's no longer about the vanity press': self-publishing gains respect — and sales Once the laughing stock of the literary world, self-published books are increasingly establishing themselves among the publishing heavyweights. A shifting marketplace means self-published authors are no longer automatically banished to the literary outskirts.
"19.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca G20 leaders drop pledge to fully oppose trade protectionism By comparison, last year's meeting called on them to resist "all forms" of protectionism, which can include border tariffs and rules that favour a country's businesses over those in another economy. The decision comes amid pushback from President Trump, who wants to favour American companies and workers.
"19.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Biofuel mixture could cut jet particle emissions by more than half, study suggests A blend of conventional jet fuel with biofuel has been found to significantly reduce particle emissions from airliners, say an international group of researchers. Cleaner fuels offer environmental benefits, but so far remain costly.
"19.03.2017 01:30:01" cbc.ca 'A legend just left the building': Entertainment world reacts to Chuck Berry's death Musicians and entertainers reacted to the death of music icon Chuck Berry, who died at age 90 on Saturday in his home in Missouri. "None of us would have been here without you," tweets Lenny Kravitz.
"19.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Canada has detained more Mexican refugees in two months than in all of 2016 The spike comes immediately after Canada's federal government lifted its visa requirement for Mexican citizens in December. As of March 9, the CBSA had detained 444 Mexicans.
"19.03.2017 00:17:22" cbc.ca Jason Kenney wins Alberta PC leadership on first ballot Former MP and federal Conservative cabinet minister Jason Kenney is the new leader of Alberta's Progressive Conservative Party. Jason Kenney hopes to merge the PC Party with the Wildrose Party.
"19.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca As candidates debate, NDP head says goal of politics 'is to govern' Outgoing NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is steering clear of commenting on his party's leadership race, but says the party should strive to focus on governing. "I think that the only reason to go through all of this exercise is to make sure that you can, one day, attract enough voters to agree with you."
"18.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca 'Lord Stanley would be so pleased': Officials break ground on Stanley Cup monument in Ottawa The man whose name is synonymous with hockey glory would have no qualms with the location chosen for a monument in his honour, according to Canada's Governor General. "The heart of Canada's capital is a fitting place for this monument."
"18.03.2017 22:32:19" cbc.ca Chuck Berry, the man who 'started it all,' dead at 90 Legendary musician Chuck Berry died on Saturday, according to police in Missouri. He was 90 years old. Another music legend lost.
"18.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Chopper makes pit stop by P.E.I. Tim Hortons Tim Hortons customers in O'Leary, P.E.I., must have done a double-double take last week when a Coast Guard helicopter made a quick stop near the coffee shop. "Fly-thru" isn't an option for Tim's customers
"18.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Voting underway to choose next Alberta PC leader Former MP and federal Conservative cabinet minister Jason Kenney, Alberta PC MLA Richard Starke and Calgary lawyer Byron Nelson are vying to replace the late Jim Prentice as the Alberta PC party's permanent leader. Depending on who wins, this could be the last leadership race for the party as it now stands.
"18.03.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Batman spotted helping Montrealers dig cars out of snow The owners of children's entertainment company MJ Anim'Action saw the massive snowstorm that hit Montreal as an opportunity to brighten people's day. Holy snowdrifts, Batman!
"18.03.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Trump order on conflict minerals would send warlords carte blanche signal, say critics A battle involving some of America's most powerful men and some of Africa's most powerful warlords is being waged in Donald Trump's White House. "I find it unacceptable that as consumers we allow this to go on."
"18.03.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca 'Papa November Papa, are you listening?': Air traffic control's frantic message before crash A recording from Saint-Hubert air traffic control offers insight into the moments leading up to the crash over suburban shopping centre. Airport near Montreal was trying to warn pilot of plane preparing for takeoff.
"18.03.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca How many asylum seekers sneak into Canada? No one knows for sure Officials are unable to say how many asylum seekers enter Canada illegally because federal, provincial and non-governmental agencies all keep statistics in different ways. Neither of the national agencies that deal with asylum claims can say how many are coming from people who have just walked over the border.
"18.03.2017 18:02:54" 'Dementia village' model for elder care This cozy little neighbourhood is really a dementia care facility.
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"18.03.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca OPINION: One would-be Tory leader has ideas beyond 'values tests' that will surely horrify Liberals Among his promises, Rick Peterson wants to leave health care delivery entirely to the provinces and he wants to allow private care alongside the public system. Neil Macdonald offers his insights on Conservative leadership candidate Rick Peterson.
"18.03.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Manitoba premier stresses need for aid for asylum seekers amidst health stand-off with Ottawa Premier Brian Pallister hopes other negotiations with Ottawa won't taint the federal government's willingness to help with the influx of asylum seekers coming to Manitoba. "I'm not banging a tin cup, I'm asking for fairness."
"18.03.2017 16:14:47" cbc.ca Amber Alert cancelled after 8-year-old Ontario boy found safe Ontario Provincial Police have cancelled an Amber Alert issued on Saturday morning after the eight-year-old boy was found safe. The boy was found about 15 minutes after the alert was issued.
"18.03.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Inventing food: Industry giants tap academics, launch contests Loblaw, Maple Leaf Foods and the co-op behind Natrel milk and Oka cheese are hungry for innovation, so they're adopting ever more creative techniques. Almond "cheese" and meat-free sausages are coming to a supermarket near you.
"18.03.2017 15:00:47" cbc.ca FBI worried that Canadian alleged 'hacker-for-hire' could flee In court documents to support an arrest warrant for Karim Baratov, U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials paint a picture of the 22-year-old as a flight risk. "Given the vast scope of his hacking, Baratov has access to the contents of an enormous number of email accounts, not just his own."
"18.03.2017 13:51:02" cbc.ca Man who tried to grab soldier's rifle killed at Paris airport A man was shot to death Saturday after trying to seize the weapon of a soldier guarding Paris' Orly Airport. The man was linked with a carjacking earlier in the morning in a northern Paris suburb. Thousands of travellers were moved out of the busy southern terminal and flights were diverted to the city's other airport.
"18.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Federal budget to give vets an I-owe-you on return to life-time pensions Federal sources tell CBC News next week's federal budget will re-iterate a Liberal promise to return veterans to a system of lifetime pensions. There will be no dollar figures attached to the assurance in Wednesday's fiscal plan, something sources say will change later this year.
"18.03.2017 07:13:59" cbc.ca BBC crew makes narrow escape as Mount Etna volcano erupts Italy's Mount Etna, one of the most active volcanoes in the world and a popular tourist destination, unexpectedly erupted on Thursday, sending visitors and journalists fleeing. "We just started to run. I mean, run for our lives."
"18.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Bodies of snowshoers from Boston recovered from avalanche debris near Lake Louise Parks Canada officials have recovered the bodies of two American snowshoers who were caught in an avalanche north of Lake Louise nearly a week ago. Risk of further avalanches prevented recovery crews from reaching the area for days.
"18.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Drug overdoses claim 102 lives in B.C. in February, an average of 3.6 a day New numbers from the BC Coroners Service show that 102 people died of a suspected overdose last month. Both numbers show a decline from December, which saw a record-breaking 142 overdose-related deaths.
"18.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca 'This pace cannot last forever': 2 big banks sound alarm on Toronto house prices Two big banks are waving red flags about Toronto housing prices, calling them "simply unsustainable" and a "bubble" in separate reports. Average house prices across the Greater Toronto Area hit $727,300 in February, up by more than 23 per cent in the past year.
"18.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Woman sues actor James Woods for tweet suggesting she gave Nazi salute An Ohio activist is suing actor James Woods for $3 million US after he posted a tweet misidentifying her as a woman who gave a Nazi salute at a Trump rally. Portia Boulger was working for the Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign when she was falsely accused of giving the Nazi salute at a Trump rally.
"18.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca The Richard Riot: Going down swinging Maurice "Rocket" Richard's assault on a linesman sparked one of the darkest chapters in hockey history — the March 17, 1955 riot that would mark the end of an era for the NHL and, some believe, the province of Quebec. "Hockey was bigger than the Church, and Rocket Richard was bigger than the Pope."
"18.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca 'It's so sketchy out there': Historic avalanche cycle creates extreme risk in the Rockies A "historic avalanche cycle" in the Rocky Mountains has prompted rare "extreme" warnings throughout the national parks west of Calgary and Edmonton. Snow slides large enough to destroy cars and small buildings have been "widespread," Avalanche Canada warns.
"18.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Here's how the FBI says Russian hackers stole Yahoo account secrets One of the largest corporate data breaches ever committed — and a story of international intrigue — started with a simple phishing attack. Using a variety of techniques to bypass security measures, hackers sought access to countless email accounts.
"18.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca What the changes in NDP membership since 2012 could mean for 2017's race Ontario and B.C. might still be the most important provinces in the NDP's leadership vote, but Alberta and Quebec are starting to pull more of their weight. Alberta and Quebec could be the "swing provinces" in the NDP leadership race.
"18.03.2017 01:00:07" LIVE NOW: The National for Fri., March 17, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Friday, March 17, 2017
"18.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Why Wall Street has doubts about Snap Inc. Two weeks after its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange, shares in Snap Inc. have lost their post-IPO glow. Ambivalent reports from Wall Street analysts reveal why some investors doubt whether Snap is a wise long-term investment. You may have the app, but would you buy stock in Snapchat?
"18.03.2017 00:32:00" cbc.ca Work visas restored to specialized Canadian nurses working in U.S. Canadian nurses recently blocked from their jobs at U.S. hospitals once again have access to work visas, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. "These nurses fall under the registered nurse (category) of the TN visa status," said Kristoffer Grogan, public affairs officer with U.S. Customs.
"18.03.2017 00:03:45" cbc.ca A St. Patrick's Day party that never stops: Ontario pub aims for world's longest concert A Stouffville, Ont., pub is hosting a bid to enter the Guinness World Record book for the longest concert put on by multiple artists. Hundreds of musicians are lined up to play. If you're going to go for a "Guinness" World Record, today is the most appropriate day to do it.
"18.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Federal government reaches settlement with 3 Canadian men tortured in Syria and Egypt After months of on-and-off negotiations, the federal government has reached a settlement with three Arab-Canadian men as compensation for the role Canadian officials played in their torture in Syria and Egypt. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland apologized for Canada's role in their detention and mistreatment.
"18.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca OPINION: An 'essential medicines' list could ensure all Canadians have access to the drugs they need A short list of medicines could actually help us save money by focusing competition on a small number of products, purchased in larger quantities. When it comes to prescription medications, Canada's health-care system comes up short, writes Nav Persaud.
"17.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Douglas Garland asks Alberta Court of Appeal to overturn triple murder conviction Douglas Garland has asked Alberta's highest court to overturn his convictions on three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of a five-year-old boy and his grandparents. Garland was sentenced last month to life in prison with no chance of parole for 75 years.
"17.03.2017 22:27:25" cbc.ca Conservative Party strikes 1,351 memberships from voting list after investigation The Conservative Party of Canada has removed 1,351 memberships from its voting list after discovering they were purchased anonymously and inappropriately. BREAKING.
"17.03.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Trump says meeting with Germany's Merkel productive The new president told reporters merely that he and Merkel would be discussing "many things" in their first face-to-face exchange of his presidency. Their sit-down could be a restart of a relationship complicated by Trump's rhetoric on the campaign trail.
"17.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca 'Balloonatic' gets $26.5K fine for 'unconscionably stupid' lawn chair flight over Calgary Daniel Boria quoted John F. Kennedy's moon speech and compared himself to the Wright brothers to explain why he tied more than 100 helium balloons to a lawn chair. "I chose to fly a chair; not because it is easy but because it is hard."
"17.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca CMHC mortgage insurance gets more expensive today Starting today, premiums on mortgage insurance from Canada Mortgage Housing Corp. go up across the country. The corporation says its average client will pay about $5 more per month.
"17.03.2017 20:04:15" cbc.ca U.S. Secret Service agent's stolen laptop may contain national security information The New York Daily News, citing police sources, said authorities had been searching for the laptop since it was stolen on Thursday morning from the agent's vehicle in Brooklyn. The computer could contain "highly sensitive" data, including Trump Tower floor plans.
"17.03.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca 1 dead, 3 injured after planes collide above shopping centre on Montreal's South Shore One person is dead and three others are injured after two small planes collided in mid-air in Saint-Bruno on Montreal's South Shore. Police said they do not yet know the cause of the crash, adding that weather conditions were clear.
"17.03.2017 19:03:00" cbc.ca Amazon men in their 80s have the arteries of Americans in their 50s Westerners could learn a lot about vascular health from the Tsimane in the Amazon, say researchers who studied the Bolivian rainforest inhabitants. The Tsimane's diet is diet low on processed carbs and saturated fats, while their active lifestyle boosts heart health.
"17.03.2017 18:28:32" cbc.ca Canadian charged in Yahoo email hack will fight extradition to U.S. The lawyer for the Canadian charged in a massive hack of Yahoo emails hopes to get his client released on bail and said he plans to fight extradition to the United States. Karim Baratov is one of 4 men accused of hacking and economic espionage.
"17.03.2017 18:10:27" Trump-Merkel news conference Donald Trump welcomes Germany's Angela Merkel to White House for a high-stakes visit http://www.cbc.ca/1.4029190
"17.03.2017 18:00:30" Running with the wolves in N.W.T Woman captures video of wolves seen running on N.W.T. highway during her morning commute.
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"17.03.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca After Trump policies kill U.S. visas for Canadian nurses, here's what you need to know about visa requirements Canadian nurses working at Detroit hospitals were shocked last week when border security officers stopped them from entering Michigan. Here's a look at the visa that no longer lets them in the U.S., and the visa they're now told to apply for. If you're a Canadian working in the U.S., here's what you need to know about TN and H-1B visas.
"17.03.2017 17:00:09" cbc.ca Not getting enough sleep? You're not alone — and that's bad for all of us More than a quarter of Canadians get less than seven hours of sleep every day, and it's harming their health and the economy as a whole. More than a quarter of Canadians get less than 7 hours of sleep, and there are consequences for our health and our economy.
"17.03.2017 16:30:06" cbc.ca Outdoor NHL game between Ottawa and Montreal set for TD Place Dec. 16 Plans for an outdoor NHL game in Ottawa are expected to be announced during a news conference at 11 a.m. at the Château Laurier. It'll be the Sens vs. the Habs, outdoors, on a Saturday night in December.
"17.03.2017 16:14:58" LIVE Q&A: CBC Middle East correspondent Derek Stoffel is in Erbil.
He has been reporting this week from Mosul where Iraqi forces are battling ISIS to retake western parts of the country's second-largest city.
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"17.03.2017 16:00:05" cbc.ca Trump's campaign insults complicate Merkel's White House visit Donald Trump, who will welcome Angela Merkel to the White House this morning, spent much of 2016 bashing the German chancellor, accusing her of 'ruining' Germany for allowing an influx of refugees from Syria. Donald Trump accused Angela Merkel of "ruining" Germany by allowing so many Syrian refugees. Awkward.
"17.03.2017 15:30:06" cbc.ca B.C. tech firms aim to lure workers as looming Trump visa restrictions stoke fear Fears are growing in the tech sector over U.S. plans to restrict H1-B visas for highly skilled foreign workers. However, some Canadian companies hope a new two-week process for permits here will attract high-tech talent. "This uncertainty is really dialing down enthusiasm, especially for travel to the U.S. for long-term career moves." – Igor Fatleski, CEO, Mobify.
"17.03.2017 15:00:01" cbc.ca MP calls for Canadians to be told if their banking info shared with IRS in U.S. An opposition MP is calling for the Canada Revenue Agency to notify Canadian residents when their bank account information is shared with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, saying it could prevent others landing in the same predicament as a Vancouver-area Canadians should be told if their banking information is shared with the IRS, says the NDP's revenue critic.
"17.03.2017 14:30:04" cbc.ca Alberta's NDP budget forecasters can't get off the oil roller-coaster Everything old is new again in Alberta, as the province's budget shows the difficulty of weaning itself off oil revenue. Alberta's deficit forecast is based on the hope that oil revenue will recover and pipelines will be built.
"17.03.2017 14:00:00" B.C.'s premier promises to end mandatory heels at work It could be the end of high heels at work, at least in B.C.
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"17.03.2017 13:30:31" cbc.ca Investing and protesting: Why PETA bought shares of Canada Goose People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals protested the initial public offering of luxury jacket brand Canada Goose on Thursday, but also bought 230 shares in the company as part of a campaign to end the parka-maker's use of fur and feathers. PETA will have a say at Canada Goose's annual shareholder meeting.
"17.03.2017 13:00:01" cbc.ca U.S. Secretary of State says policy of 'strategic patience' with North Korea over U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited the world's most heavily armed border, greeting U.S. soldiers on guard near the tense buffer zone between rivals North and South Korea. "If they elevate the threat of their weapons programme to a level that we believe requires action, [military action] is on the table."
"17.03.2017 12:35:37" cbc.ca Private sector gives Canada's spies 'poor' marks for sharing The reluctance of Canada's intelligence and federal policing agencies to share information with the country's business community is a national security weakness that needs to be addressed, says a recently published report. The bureaucratic reflex to 'overclassify' info is being blamed for a bottleneck of useful data.
"17.03.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca 'Utterly ridiculous': British intelligence agency is dragged into Trump wiretap claim There is no indication that Trump Tower was "the subject of surveillance" by the U.S. government before or after the 2016 election, the top two members of the Senate intelligence committee say. The White House suggested, without evidence, that Obama may have recruited British spies to eavesdrop on Trump.
"17.03.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca White supremacists promote myth of Irish 'slavery' ahead of St. Patrick's Day Hundreds of thousands of Irish people were not transported to the Americas as slaves, despite nearly decade-old claims circulating anew online. The debunked claim stems from a 2008 column posted on a Canadian website that promotes conspiracies.
"17.03.2017 10:30:00" cbc.ca Inuit language 'crisis' in Nunavut demands more funding for teachers, academics say The Inuit language is in crisis in Nunavut, say a group of academics, who are calling for the territorial and federal governments to invest millions in bilingual education. Nunavut's Education Minister Paul Quassa tabled a bill that would scale back targets for Inuit language instruction.
"17.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Shell Canada can abandon pipe and riser on ocean floor off Nova Scotia Shell Canada can leave two kilometres of pipe and a giant marine riser on the ocean floor after accidentally dropping them off the coast of Nova Scotia in 2016. At the time of the incident, Shell argued it was safest and easiest to leave them where they fell.
"17.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Texas man creates video game about the perils of crossing the U.S.-Mexican border A new video game designed by the son of Mexican immigrants sees players try to stave off death while crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. When dealing with this serious and sensitive subject, Gonzalo Alvarez wanted to make the imagery of the game "approachable for anyone to be able to play."
"17.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Critics question effectiveness of probe into banks' sales practices Consumer and investor advocates criticized the upcoming probe, saying the bank watchdog is ineffective, with close ties to the financial sector. "The banks will now of course clean up and cover up the wrongdoing."
"17.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Naturopath who provided echinacea cleared of wrongdoing in Alberta boy's meningitis death The governing body for naturopaths in Alberta has dismissed a complaint against one of its members related to the death of Ezekiel Stephan, whose parents were convicted. Collet Stephan drove her critically ill son to a Lethbridge, Alta., clinic to purchase echinacea days before he died.
"17.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Housing minister 'absolutely' open to tighter rent control after CBC Toronto series The Ontario housing minister vows that the province will soon unveil new “rental controls” to address the skyrocketing cost to lease a home in and around Toronto. "It's absolutely unacceptable that renters are facing the pressure that they're facing today."
"17.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Asylum seeker who nearly died crossing Canadian border released on conditions A Montreal immigration refugee board has agreed to release, with conditions, an Ivorian asylum seeker not eligible to seek refugee status in Canada. Mamadou still faces deportation to the Ivory Coast, although it's unclear when that will happen.
"17.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca A perilous balance: Government gives weight to privacy in response to child deaths Opposition politicians, child and youth advocate are calling for more openness around New Brunswick's child death review system. Advocates say children stand better chance of growing up if public is kept informed.
"17.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Grenade brought to Hamilton police station for disposal Police were surprised when a citizen walked in with a grenade he wanted them to dispose of. Police reminded the public it's never a good idea to handle explosives of any kind.
"17.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca By the numbers: A look at Montreal's storm of the century A large swath of Quebec was paralyzed by a late winter blizzard earlier this week. Here's a look at some memorable numbers. The snow left behind is expected to take nearly a week to clear.
"17.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca 'Ridiculously out of reach' hydro bills have rural Ontarians turning to churches for help Hydro bills in rural Ontario have gotten so high that people are appealing to local churches for help — and those churches are struggling to meet demand. Electricity rates have nearly doubled in Ontario over the past decade and in rural areas, where the cost of delivery is higher, it's even worse.
"17.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Kevin O'Leary alleges 'widespread vote-rigging' in Conservative leadership race O'Leary made the accusations in a statement released Thursday in which he accuses "backroom organizers" of using prepaid credit cards to sign up "fake members." "It is completely immoral, and extremely unfair to the tens of thousands of real party members."
"17.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Why is a Czech zoo sawing the horns off all its rhinos? After poachers killed a rhino at a French zoo, a zoo in the Czech Republic plans to remove its rhinos' horns in a bid to protect the creatures. "We knew that there might be threats to rhinos in a zoo," one zoo worker said of the preventative measure.
"17.03.2017 01:00:08" LIVE NOW: The National for Thurs., March 16, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Thursday, March 16, 2017
"17.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca No indication Trump Tower was surveilled, intel senators say The top two members of the Senate intelligence committee directly contradicted President Trump's claims in their statement regarding surveillance of Trump Tower. White House spokesperson Sean Spicer says the president is standing by his claim.
"17.03.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Plan on working in the U.S.? Your visa requirements may have just changed Here's a look at the visa that no longer lets Canadian nurses into the U.S., and the visa they're now being told to apply for. The new visa Canadian nurses require is the same one Melania Trump used to work as a model in the U.S. in 1996.
"17.03.2017 00:00:00" Timeline Photos Alberta budget has no big cuts and no new taxes, but debt climbed to $45 billion.
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"16.03.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian Conservative leadership candidate becomes poster boy for sanitary washrooms in Guatemala The poster festuring MP Michael Chong was spied by a visiting Canadian, who tweeted a photo that's provoking hilarity on Parliament Hill. "Bathroom diplomacy" could be the next political trend
"16.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca 'Save your skin': Tow-truck driver warned 2 men before they died in Quebec blizzard Gilbert Samson got a call from Pierre Thibault and Mickael Fiset, stuck in a truck not far from their workplace on Tuesday night, and urged the men to abandon their vehicle. Gilbert Samson told the two men to leave their truck and go to the nearest refuge to stay warm, something he's told drivers in similar situation for 40 years.
"16.03.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Europe's mainstream sighs in relief over Dutch election: Margaret Evans Never mind that Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte won fewer seats on Wednesday than his last win. This was an election about beating maverick politician Geert Wilders. "It is an evening in which the Netherlands, after Brexit, after the American elections, said, 'Halt' against the wrong sort of populism."
"16.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Senator Lynn Beyak stands by residential school remarks, cites 'fake news' Conservative Senator Lynn Beyak says she has received much support after she defended residential schools in the Senate last week, and is ignoring calls to apologize. The Tory senator ignored calls for an apology and asked for an audit of money "flowing in and out of reservations."
"16.03.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Here are the winners and losers in Trump's budget President Trump laid out a plan to pay for the U.S.-Mexico border wall and increased defence spending in his $1.15 trillion budget which also proposes deep cuts to the EPA and the State Department. Find out where the money is going in the "America First" budget.
"16.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Nurses stress over rules preventing them to work in U.S. After years of being approved for work visas under the NAFTA agreement, advanced practice nurses and advanced clinical nurse practitioners have been told by U.S. Customs and Border Protection that they no longer qualify. "Everybody is asking what does this mean for them."
"16.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca 80-year-old Manitoba sensei lands in judo Hall of Fame after 61 years in the dojo Sensei Brian Jones has flipped his fair share of judo opponents over his 61 years on the mat — and the number keeps going up at his dojo in
Winnipeg. The sixth-degree black belt has been involved in the sport since 1956 and shows no signs of slowing down.
"16.03.2017 20:20:04" CBC News's cover photo Talk about a Canadian image! Ryan Knight snapped this shot on an ice road outside Yellowknife, N.W.T. "With a temperature of -38 C, without the wind chill. I manage to create the shot whilst the Northern lights danced above." Submitted by Ryan Knight
"16.03.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Ottawa trivia buff's exclamations winning over Jeopardy! fans An Ottawa software developer is looking to make it three wins in a row on Jeopardy Thursday, and his popularity with fans of the game show appears to be growing. I'll take "Excitable Canadians" for $100, Alex.
"16.03.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Only way to save coral reefs is to stop global warming, scientists say Reducing pollution and curbing overfishing won't prevent the severe bleaching that is killing coral at catastrophic rates, according to a study of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. "We don't have any tools to climate-proof corals."
"16.03.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca 'We are on top of this,' consumer watchdog says of outrage over bank sales tactics One of Canada's top consumer watchdogs says it is moving up its plans to review sales practices at Canadian banks following a surge in complaints from customers. The agency said it was planning to focus on these issues even before CBC News published multiple accounts of dubious sales practices at banks.
"16.03.2017 18:32:00" cbc.ca Major TV providers lost a record number of customers to cord-cutting in 2016 Canada's major publicly-traded TV service providers lost a record number of subscribers in 2016, according to new research. But those companies are still standing their ground in a world where a cable, IPTV, or satellite subscription is no longer the only 202,000 Canadians ditched television service last year.
"16.03.2017 18:00:03" cbc.ca Questionable Texas law firm pockets millions from Lac-Mégantic compensation fund The families of the 47 people killed in the July 2013 train explosion in Lac-Mégantic, Que., decided to sue the companies involved in the tragedy in U.S. courts. Working with them behind the scenes was a Texas case runner named Willie Garcia. He's not a The Garcia Law Group is associated with a non-lawyer case runner, Radio-Canada's Enquête finds.
"16.03.2017 17:30:33" cbc.ca Calls mount for Senator Beyak to step aside from committee after residential schools remark The chair of the Senate's Aboriginal peoples committee is asking Senator Beyak to consider a resignation from her post after "ill-informed and insensitive" comments she made about the Indian residential school system. Senator Lynn Beyak mounted a defence of the Indian residential school system and its "good deeds'."
"16.03.2017 17:01:46" Time Hortons cost-cutting Tim Hortons franchisees are pushing back against cost-cutting changes: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4024021
"16.03.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca 'We actually beat up Justin Trudeau,' Matthew Perry recalls on Kimmel While most people eagerly share their stories about encountering Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, actor Matthew Perry has one story he's "not proud of." "I think he was excelling at a sport that we weren't, so it was pure jealousy. And, you know, we beat him up."
"16.03.2017 16:01:20" cbc.ca Marc Garneau announces new rules for recreational drones Recreational drone users in Canada face new restrictions on where and when they can fly their drones, under new rules being announced today by Transportation Minister Marc Garneau. Drones 250 g may not fly:
• ⬆️ than 90 m
• Within 75 m of
• Within 9 km of
"16.03.2017 15:31:08" cbc.ca Alleged Canadian Yahoo hacker being 'used as scapegoat,' lawyer says Jag Virk, the criminal lawyer retained by Karim Baratov, believes his client is being used as a "scapegoat" in the fight against Russian hackers. Charges against Karim Baratov are "politically motivated," his lawyer says.
"16.03.2017 15:00:03" cbc.ca Ding! 4 ways banks hit customers with extra fees Overdraft fees, assisted phone banking costs, paper billing surcharges — the devil's in the details of an unchecked bank statement, a financial expert suggests. Here are 4 money-saving reasons you should check your bank statements. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/bank-fees-tips-1.4025828
"16.03.2017 14:30:30" cbc.ca Trudeau touts Come From Away's message of welcome with Ivanka Trump in NYC audience Prime Minister Justin Trudeau surprised the cast and audience at Come From Away on Broadway Wednesday night by taking the stage ahead of the show to speak. "The world gets to see what it is to lean on each other and be there for each other through the darkest times."
"16.03.2017 14:00:04" cbc.ca Canada Goose shares take flight for 1st time Thursday following IPO Canada Goose, whose winter jackets have been made famous by the likes of Daniel Craig and Kate Upton, is going public today on stock markets in Toronto and New York. The company will trade in Toronto and New York under the symbol GOOS.
"16.03.2017 13:30:31" cbc.ca Britain's Brexit bill receives royal assent, becomes law A bill authorizing Britain to start its exit from the European Union has received royal assent and is now law. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is set to begin 2 years of exit negotiations March 31.
"16.03.2017 13:00:08" cbc.ca Trump's 'skinny budget,' out today, likely to face considerable opposition President Donald Trump is unveiling a $1.15 trillion US budget, a far-reaching overhaul of federal government spending that slashes a dozen departments to finance a significant increase in the military and make a down payment on a U.S.-Mexico border wall. The EPA and the Departments of Agriculture, Labor & State would be among biggest losers in Trump's $1.15 trillion US budget.
"16.03.2017 12:30:02" cbc.ca Voracious spiders eat as much as 800 million tonnes of prey a year Spiders get a bad rap. Seen as terrifying pests by many, these eight-legged creatures may be underappreciated: a new study has estimated just how much spiders consume annually and how essential they are to our environment. Humans, collectively, eat about 400 million tonnes of meat in a year.
Spiders eat as much as twice that amount.
"16.03.2017 12:01:16" cbc.ca Dutch man gets 10 years for online fraud, still faces charges involving B.C.'s Amanda Todd Aydin Coban, a 38-year-old Dutch man, has been sentenced to 10 years and 243 days in prison for online fraud and blackmail in relation to the abuse of 34 young women and men. He also faces charges in connection with the cyberbullying of B.C. teen Amanda Aydin Coban was sentenced in a Dutch court to 10 years for online fraud and blackmail.
"16.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca U.S Justice Department hits Vancouver-area man with $1.1M lawsuit over bank form The U.S. Justice Department is suing a Canadian resident for $1.1 million, saying he failed to file a form to the U.S. government listing his bank accounts outside the United States. "This has been a friggin' nightmare."
"16.03.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Inside the fight to free Mosul A CBC News crew embedded with Iraqi special forces as the battle for Mosul approaches its third week. ISIS has held Iraq's second largest city under siege for more than two years. Now, they're on the defensive.
"16.03.2017 10:30:33" cbc.ca Banks are businesses, you are a profit centre: Don Pittis Bombarded by warm and friendly ads, Canadians might be deceived into thinking banks are kindly public services. But they are businesses, although they must work hard to keep our trust. Despite the ads begging for your trust, banks are not your mom, says Don Pittis.
"16.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca There was an 'unusually large' rise in Canadian home prices last month and guess what city led the way? An "especially worrisome" Toronto housing market helped push Canadian home prices to their largest February increase ever, according to the index from Teranet-National Bank. It begins with a T.
"16.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca U.S. women's hockey players threaten boycott over wages The U.S. women's hockey team is threatening to boycott the world championships because of a wage dispute. The team announced Wednesday that they will not participate in the International Ice Hockey Federation tournament. USA Hockey paid players $1,000 a month during their six-month Olympic residency period and nothing the rest of the time.
"16.03.2017 08:00:01" cbc.ca Bell Mobility taking money from dead dad's bank account It's been four months since Jill Druken's father died, but the Mount Pearl woman says she can't get Bell Mobility to cancel his cell phone account. His daughter can't close her father's account.
"16.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Montreal artist designs 'room with no view' in Banksy's new Walled Off Hotel Dominique Pétrin designed a room in elusive British artist Banksy's newest political project, a colonial club-styled hotel in Bethlehem, in the West Bank. "The aim is to tell the story of the wall from every side and give visitors the opportunity to discover it for themselves."
"16.03.2017 07:00:01" cbc.ca 'He has a hatchet':Man arrested after incident on Greyhound bus A Consul, Sask. man has been charged after an incident involving a hatchet on a charter bus Tuesday afternoon. Police say no one was injured in the incident.
"16.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca High profile Twitter accounts hijacked in Turkish-Dutch protest The diplomatic spat between Turkey and the Netherlands spread when a large number of Twitter accounts, many with no apparent connection to the dispute. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has suspended high-level diplomatic ties with the Netherlands.
"16.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Gary Bettman slams Saddledome as 'old, antiquated, inefficient building' Speaking to reporters ahead of Wednesday's game, Bettman repeated his comments from a day earlier, when he said the city is in need of a new arena. "I'm hopeful the city and Flames can be on the same page so this can move forward as quickly as possible."
"16.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Justin Trudeau speaks to audience at Come From Away Prime Minister Justin Trudeau surprised the cast and audience at Come From Away on Broadway Wednesday night by taking the stage ahead of the show to speak. Trudeau spoke just before the performance in New York City on Wednesday night.
"16.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian specialized nurses working in U.S. turned away at border by new immigration policy Canadian nurses working at Michigan hospitals were shocked when border security officers stopped them from entering the U.S. because of changes to their working visas. "Their livelihood is at stake."
"16.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca How a Vancouver pub 'annoyed an entire country' with a poorly poured pint of Guinness Railtown Cafe's photo of an overflowing pint of Guinness oozing with foam is drawing ire from people in Ireland. "One comment actually said that Jesus wept when he saw our pint of Guinness."
"16.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Liam Neeson film deemed too outrageous for Alberta park gets to shoot in B.C. 'Hard Powder' had wanted to film in several of Alberta's mountain parks, but was turned down due to concerns over its plot featuring an Indigenous gang leader. Action star Liam Neeson is to play an honest snowplow driver whose son is murdered by a local drug kingpin.
"16.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca 'No tracks leading out': Snowshoers feared dead in avalanche near Lake Louise Snowshoe tracks have been found leading into avalanche debris but not leaving it in the Rockies near Lake Louise, Alta., prompting Parks Canada to lead a recovery operation. It could still take a couple of days to get rescuers to the site.
"16.03.2017 01:00:08" LIVE NOW: The National for Wed., March 15, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Wednesday, March 15, 2017
"16.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Exit poll: Dutch PM Mark Rutte leading rival Geert Wilders Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Wednesday was moving toward a dominating parliamentary election victory over anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders. At least 82 per cent of the Dutch showed up to vote.
"16.03.2017 00:30:02" cbc.ca Federal judge in Hawaii puts Trump's travel ban on hold U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson issued his ruling Wednesday after hearing arguments on Hawaii's request for a temporary restraining order involving the ban. His ruling prevents the executive order from going into effect Thursday.
"16.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Judge won't stop oil from flowing through disputed Dakota Access pipeline A judge refused to head off the imminent flow of oil in the disputed Dakota Access pipeline, likely clearing the way for operations to begin next week. The court battle isn't over yet.
"15.03.2017 23:30:01" Bus passengers push bus out of snow These Montrealers helped push a bus out of the snow today: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4026064
"15.03.2017 23:00:18" cbc.ca 'I don't think there was an actual tap of Trump Tower,' says key Republican congressman A key Republican congressman said on Wednesday he has seen no evidence that the Obama administration wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential campaign, adding pressure to FBI Director James Comey to provide evidence supporting or debunking Republican congressman Devin Nunes says he's seen no evidence that the Obama administration wiretapped Trump Tower.
"15.03.2017 22:30:00" 74-years-old and weightlifting like a champ Seventy-four-year-old bodybuilder recommends weighlifting to other seniors as a way to stay healthy.
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"15.03.2017 22:30:00" RCMP puppy naming contest The RCMP wants you to name these puppies: www.cbc.ca/1.4024784
"15.03.2017 22:11:49" Q&A: Hot housing markets: Living in small spaces Q&A: Could you survive condo living with 5 kids? CBC's On The Money Host Peter Armstrong talks to Vancouver blogger Adrian Crook about how to make the most of living in a small space. LEAVE YOUR QUESTIONS AND THOUGHTS IN THE COMMENTS.
"15.03.2017 22:00:57" cbc.ca Egyptian-Canadian band refused entry to U.S. over visa confusion Three members of Massive Scar Era, who were traveling to Austin, Texas to play at the South by Southwest music festival, were turned away at the Peace Arch border. There have been a number of immigration-related headaches for the Austin-based music festival SXSW this year.
"15.03.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Ottawa threatens to pull $60M for high-tech centre over Pallister's refusal to sign health deal Premier Brian Pallister's hold-out position on health funding from Ottawa appears to be threatening federal funding ear-marked for a high-tech project promised more than two years ago. The conflict between Manitoba and Ottawa has high stakes.
"15.03.2017 21:00:21" LIVE: Power & Politics in Windsor LIVE Q&A NOW: How has Trump's anti-trade talk impacted Windsor's manufacturing-heavy economy? CBC's Power & Politics Host Rosemary Barton is taking your questions:
"15.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Married couples having less sex than 25 years ago, U.S. study shows A new study suggests fewer people in the U.S. are living with partners and those who are married or living together are having less sex. They're pointing the finger at Netflix, YouTube and small children.
"15.03.2017 20:30:02" cbc.ca Voter turnout high in Dutch election seen as barometer of populism Voter turnout is high in the Netherlands as the country's parliamentary elections unfold under blue skies and warm spring temperatures. "There is still a risk that we wake up Thursday morning and seeing that Geert Wilders is leading the biggest party."
"15.03.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Ewan McGregor calls New York blizzard a 'walk in the park' compared to everyday Calgary Fargo actor Ewan McGregor, who has been filming in Calgary, joked he was stood up by reporters at his own press junket in New York City on account of the blustery late-season storm that hit the northeastern U.S. Calgary is standing in for Fargo, N.D.
"15.03.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Who is alleged Yahoo hacker Karim Baratov? "Workaholic. Occasional drawer. Gym rat" is how the 22-year-old Ancaster resident described himself on social media — an image at odds with the allegations that have been levelled against Karim Baratov by the FBI. On Instagram, Baratov is a high-end car enthusiast.
"15.03.2017 19:09:24" cbc.ca 'I'm BBC dad for a while:' Korea expert talks after 'family blooper' goes viral The man at the centre of a viral BBC interview who was unceremoniously interrupted by his children live on air said on Wednesday he was flattered by the many 'gentle sentiments' his family had received after millions watched the video online. "Once my son came in on the little roller, then it was sort of... then there was nothing I could do."
"15.03.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca 'If only Donald Trump could see this play': Come From Away brings message of kindness to strangers On Sept. 11, 2001, thousands of Americans became instant refugees, and Canadians took them in, as told in the new Broadway musical Come From Away. Opening arms to those in need is a message some say has been lost in the U.S. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, will take in the show Wednesday night.
"15.03.2017 17:36:32" FBI on Yahoo hack arrests LIVE: The FBI provides details on the arrest of four people, including a Canadian, in the massive 2014 Yahoo hack. http://www.cbc.ca/1.4026006
"15.03.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca 4 charged in massive Yahoo hack, including 1 Canadian The United States announced charges Wednesday against a dual Canadian-Kazakh national, two Russian intelligence officers and a fourth man, who lives in the U.S. but has ties to Russia, accusing them of a massive data breach at Yahoo that affected at least Information was stolen from at least 500 million Yahoo accounts in 2014.
"15.03.2017 16:40:10" cbc.ca Legalization of marijuana has some employers worried about safety The pending legalization of recreational marijuana is expected to cause a spike in the number of users, and that has some employers worried about stoned workers in safety-sensitive jobs. They want Ottawa to pass new regulations on prohibition and Employers want Ottawa's help to deal with marijuana-smoking workers and rules about impairment.
"15.03.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca Trump blasts back at Snoop Dogg over mock shooting in Lavender video U.S. President Donald Trump is firing back at Snoop Dogg days after the release of a music video in which the rapper points a toy gun at a clown dressed like Trump and pulls the trigger. "Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!" – U.S. President Donald Trump.
"15.03.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian leaders are big talkers on free trade. But what about within our own borders?: Opinion If Trudeau and the premiers truly believe what they say about the benefits of free trade when lecturing Donald Trump, they should lead by example and dismantle the patchwork of protectionist laws and regulations in their own backyard. Instead of lecturing Trump about free trade, perhaps Trudeau and the premiers should take their own advice, writes Howard Anglin.
"15.03.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca Vice-chief of defence isn't the only suspect in RCMP probe of DND leaks, sources say The RCMP investigation into leaks at National Defence is wide-ranging, long-standing and involves suspects other than the country's vice-chief of defence staff, CBC News has learned. The RCMP investigation into leaks at DND started under the Conservative government and expanded under the Liberals.
"15.03.2017 14:30:01" cbc.ca Defence and diplomacy: South Korea's next leader faces delicate dance between U.S., North Korea South Korea's next leader will have to balance voters' desire for change with the ongoing security threat from North Korea. South Korea's future is unclear after the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye last week.
"15.03.2017 14:00:01" cbc.ca How Canadian taxpayers and private agencies help asylum seekers Once they step into Canada, asylum seekers are eligible for benefits. The federal government provides some benefits everywhere in Canada, and provinces and private agencies supplement them to different levels. The federal government provides some benefits, and provinces and private agencies supplement them.
"15.03.2017 13:30:01" cbc.ca Drivers stranded, schools closed as Quebec slammed with record-setting blizzard Drivers have been left stranded on some highways, and many public schools, universities and daycares are closed after a record-setting winter storm pounded southern and central Quebec. Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre is urging people to stay home.
"15.03.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'Not the Hard Rock Cafe that I fell in love with': Where does the chain fit in 2017? Toronto's Hard Rock Cafe — the second to open in the company's history — is closing in May to make way for a Shoppers Drug Mart. Has the chain outlived its appeal? Or is it simply shifting locations? Toronto's Hard Rock Cafe was just the second location to open. It's closing in May.
"15.03.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Man claimed on Facebook he ran a circumcision service — from his 'cabin in the woods' A Carbonear, N.L., man has been charged with practising without a medical licence after asking a woman questions about her son's penis. "To say the conversation took a strange turn is a bit of an understatement."
"15.03.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca O'Leary's no-show in Winnipeg not because of weather It certainly wasn't what Allie Szarkiewicz was hoping for after Kevin O'Leary missed his first campaign event in Winnipeg and spoke to the crowd of about 100 people over Skype instead. Kevin O'Leary Skyped into a campaign event in Winnipeg citing bad weather and a cancelled flight. Turns out he missed his flight because of meetings.
"15.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Tractor-trailer collision, toxic spill on Highway 401 leaves 1 dead, dozens injured More than two dozen people were taken to hospital in Kingston, Ont., after a 30-vehicle crash on Highway 401 east of the city closed the highway in both directions. Exposure to fluorosilicic acid sent 29 patients to hospital, including 13 first responders who underwent decontamination.
"15.03.2017 10:59:24" cbc.ca 'We are all doing it': Employees at Canada's 5 big banks speak out about pressure to dupe customers Employees from all five of Canada's big banks have flooded Go Public with stories of incredible pressure to meet sales targets — at any cost. NDP finance critic Alexandre Boulerice is now calling for a parliamentary inquiry into the sales practices of Canada's banks.
"15.03.2017 10:30:00" cbc.ca 'Like brass knuckles': Ottawa police assault gloves scrutinized after officer charged in death Questions are being raised about reinforced gloves used by Ottawa police following the death of a man last year. The glove features a thick piece of carbon fibre over the knuckles, among other modifications.
"15.03.2017 10:00:01" cbc.ca Opioids and benzodiazepines a potentially fatal combination, study finds A California study finds opioid overdoses were more common among patients who also had prescriptions for anti-anxiety drugs. Anti-anxiety drugs and opioids don't mix, new study suggests.
"15.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Mysterious 'whale wave' observed in humpbacks on B.C. Coast Researchers including the Gitga'at First Nation tracked whale movements for a decade and uncovered an intriguing seasonal pattern among the thriving humpbacks. Researchers aren't entirely sure why it happens.
"15.03.2017 08:00:01" cbc.ca Prison watchdog sees sharp decline in use of segregation Correctional investigator Ivan Zinger has released new data showing a sharp decline in the use of solitary confinement in Canadian prisons. Canada's prison system is holding fewer inmates in solitary confinement, and for shorter periods of time.
"15.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Road map laid out for sole-sourced purchase of fighter jets Public Works has put in writing the Trudeau government's desire to buy 18 Super Hornet jet fighters as a stop gap for the air force. It's now up to the Pentagon to negotiate with Boeing and come up with an official proposal for Canada.
"15.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Writer Amy Krouse Rosenthal dies after penning 'beautiful' dating profile for husband Writer and filmmaker Amy Krouse Rosenthal, who broke hearts when she wrote of being terminally ill and leaving behind her husband Jason, has died. "She was a great advocate of encouraging people's creativity."
"15.03.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Donald Trump's 2005 tax returns partially revealed after leak The White House says President Donald Trump made more than $150 million in income in 2005 and paid $38 million in income taxes that year. Two pages from Trump's 2005 1040 tax form were leaked to MSNBC.
"15.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca 'Making a child happy'; Toddler with rare disease has new, safer bed built for her A young Quispamsis girl is sleeping a little better - and a lot safer - thanks to the kindness of a retired engineer. "There's nothing like making a child happy."
"15.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Robot enters, stage right: British play Spillikin uses 'robothespian' to explore tale of love, technology When Judy Norman walks on stage for the play Spillikin, she performs beside a somewhat different cast member — a humanoid robot. "When he looks at me, this going to sound weird, but he is very affectionate and I like him."
"15.03.2017 03:00:08" cbc.ca Deadly new opioid found at Prince's estate emerges in Halifax Dr. Robert Strang, chief health officer for Nova Scotia, says it may be time to start prescribing heroin as a managed approach to dealing with addiction. The biggest danger is that people don't know what they're getting, one expert says.
"15.03.2017 02:30:00" Truck crashes through ice during Facebook Live (courtesy: Ko'o... A Facebook Live video captured the terrifying moment when two people were forced to jump out of a truck as it broke through frozen Lake Winnipeg.
"15.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Controversial TD tactics show need for consumer code, says advocacy group Controversial sales practices at TD Bank, revealed by CBC's Go Public team, underscore the need for a financial consumer code in Canada. "You're the customer here — so there are literally no dumb questions."
"15.03.2017 01:30:00" Fire breaks out at Syncrude plant north of Fort McMurray "My thoughts and prayers are with everyone at, or near Syncrude today." Read more: www.cbc.ca/1.4025069
"15.03.2017 01:00:08" LIVE: The National for Tues., March 14, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Tuesday, March 14, 2017
"15.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Massachusetts retirees knit tiny sweaters to warm backyard chickens — and your heart When a group of Boston retirees learned that their feathered next door neighbours were too cold to lay eggs, they busted out their needles and got to work. They're anything but fowl.
"15.03.2017 00:30:01" Bhangra birthday surprise The Maritime Bhangra Group surprised this ALS patient on her birthday. They've been raising money for ALS since last year with their dance videos. Click here for more:
"15.03.2017 00:00:07" 'Where's the rest of my dress?' This Fort McMurray woman was hoping to wear her wedding dress at her 25th anniversary next year ... that was before she sent it in to be cleaned and only half came back.
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"14.03.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca California can demand cancer risk warning on weed-killer Roundup, judge rules California can require Monsanto to label its popular weed-killer Roundup as a possible cancer threat, a judge has ruled. Roundup is used to clear land and control weeds.
"14.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Leader of Senate independents defends decision to send Don Meredith to UN women's conference The convener of the Independent Senators Group is defending her decision to send Don Meredith to the UN women's conference in New York. "I stand by the decision to treat him as he was, as a full senator with the right to participate."
"14.03.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca A dangerous dance: Alberta astronomers spot star orbiting closest to black hole ome 14,800 light-years away, the white dwarf star orbits a stellar-mass black hole twice every hour at a distance of around 2.5 times that of Earth to the moon. It's the closest orbital dance of its kind ever detected.
"14.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Fire burning at Syncrude plant north of Fort McMurray Highway 63, the main road that connects the site to Fort McMurray, has been reduced to one lane. "Anxiety high for those waiting for friends and family to connect."
"14.03.2017 21:30:08" cbc.ca Snowstorm pounding U.S. Northeast prompts flight cancellations, school closures A powerful snowstorm is pounding the mid-Atlantic and the Northeast, prompting flight cancellations, school closures, and warnings. Hundreds of flights have been cancelled.
"14.03.2017 21:01:09" LIVE Q&A: Fort McMurray: Rebuilding after a financial hit LIVE Q&A: How do you rebuild after a financial hit? On The Money's Host Peter Armstrong is in Fort McMurray talking to those hit hardest by the wildfires. LEAVE YOUR QUESTIONS AND THOUGHTS IN THE COMMENTS.
"14.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Over 450 Quebec patients received medical aid in dying last year A total of 461 patients were granted doctor-assisted death during the first year Quebec's medical aid in dying law came into effect, according to data obtained by CBC's French-language service, Radio-Canada. Quebec's law allowing doctor-assisted death was introduced in late 2015 and requires that applicants "be at the end of life."
"14.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Newfoundlander in New York: Petrina Bromley talks Broadway debut Newfoundland and Labrador actress Petrina Bromley dishes about life in New York and her big Broadway debut. At its first showing on Broadway, the musical Come From Away was chosen as the New York Times critic's pick.
"14.03.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca An anti-Trump remix: Snoop Dogg turns BadBadNotGood's Lavender into political track Snoop Dogg's remix of a song by Canadian group BadBadNotGood has triggered a controversy with its politically charged message and satirical music video. Republican lawmakers are not happy with Snoop Dogg.
"14.03.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca More collectible Hatchimals are on the way, despite botched holiday launch of originals Executives at Canadian toy-maker Spin Master said the company had "never experienced anything like the frenzied demand for Hatchimals" — and the company is incubating new Hatchimal toys to be released later this year. Get ready for more Hatchimals.
"14.03.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca No kidding, you've goat to see this No big deal, just a goat behind the wheel of a minivan, waiting in a hospital parking lot. The goat has a name. It's Chauncey.
"14.03.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Tim Hortons franchisees push back against cost-cutting changes, report suggests Tim Hortons franchisees are pushing back against changes implemented by the chain's new owners that are designed to cut costs but will lower the quality of the products, a report suggests. Restaurant Brands International bought Tim Hortons and merged it with Burger King in 2014.
"14.03.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Kids' couch potato ways develop well before adolescence, U.K. study indicates Children may be developing couch potato ways as early as age seven, contrary to the widely held view that it starts in adolescence, according to a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Children's physical activity starts declining at age 7.
"14.03.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Tax court judge recuses himself from KPMG-linked trial after CBC revelations A federal tax court judge has recused himself from a high-profile case involving accounting giant KPMG following revelations by the CBC that he attended an exclusive party in Europe sponsored by the law firm alleged to have signed off on what authorities Randall Bocock attended a party hosted by the law firm that endorsed KPMG's tax scheme.
"14.03.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Dutch election a test case for Europe's appetite for populist disruptors On Wednesday, the Dutch will cast their ballots in a national election that may help determine the extent of anti-immigrant sentiment in Europe, writes Margaret Evans. Anti-immigration candidate Geert Wilders, who has proposed banning mosques in the Netherlands, is seen as "setting the agenda."
"14.03.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca High European Union court rules workplace headscarf ban is not discriminatory The European Union's Court of Justice says that banning Muslim headscarves in the workplace does not constitute "direct discrimination." The European court ruled that private businesses can forbid Muslim employees from wearing headscarves if the ban is part of a policy of neutrality.
"14.03.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca 'Great tourist draw': Nova Scotia community chosen for rocket launch site Nova Scotia will soon be home to a rocket launch site, after an American company announced it will build a new aerospace facility in Canso-Hazel Hill. Nova Scotia is familiar with launching ships, but never quite like this.
"14.03.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Forget populism — where are the big ideas from Canadian leadership candidates?: Opinion Some advice to Tory leadership candidates: resist the urge to chum the waters with chump-bait, and try offering some leadership. Columnist Neil Macdonald wants big ideas from the Conservative leadership candidates. And also, debates that aren't so, so boring.
"14.03.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca Can Facebook posts make up for the lack of reporters at your local courthouse? A Facebook page chronicling court proceedings in Thunder Bay, Ont., is drawing both applause and concern for its approach at citizen journalism. The Facebook page of Thunder Bay, Ont., court proceedings has the reach of a small paper, but not the accountability, journalism prof says.
"14.03.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Uber's demise could be a wake-up call for tech companies behaving badly: Opinion Uber's actions seem to show a clear disrespect for, well, everyone really — from their employees, to their customers, to journalists and government authorities. New column from Ramona Pringle on Uber's "disruptiveness."
"14.03.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca What you need to know about Canada Revenue Agency's 'internet vulnerability' The CRA's electronic tax filing services have been restored, but you might be wondering how the CRA got into this situation in the first place. So, uh, has Canada Revenue Agency been hacked? Is it safe to file my taxes online?
"14.03.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian volunteers denied entry to U.S. so they wouldn't 'steal American jobs' The group, heading for New Jersey, says it was turned away for fear members would steal American construction jobs, and that there was "no pressing need" for Hurricane Sandy relief work. "If you can't get a church van with 12 white folks through (the border), how much worse is it for any person of colour?" – Rev. Seth Kaper-Dale.
"14.03.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Ivory Coast man risks life in futile bid to claim refugee status in Canada An Ivory Coast man narrowly avoided death when he attempted crossing the U.S.-Quebec border. Now in detention awaiting a removal hearing, his case is raising questions about the Safe Third Country Agreement. According to Mamadou's immigration lawyer, attempting to cross legally was a strategic mistake.
"14.03.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Uncertainty hangs over embattled Fort Mac as oil industry languishes Fort McMurray's post-wildfire recovery is coming along, but looming above it is concern about the prolonged impact of low oil prices and the economic reality that awaits after the rebuild is done. Fort McMurray continues to rebuild after the wildfire, but oil-dependent businesses have a long road to recovery.
"14.03.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Trumpcare vs. Obamacare: What you need to know How Americans get their health care is one of the most enduring, and partisan, debates in U.S. politics. Republicans are finally in a position to repeal Obamacare, but it's turning out to be more difficult than they expected. Americans are fighting about health care — again. Here's why.
"14.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Senators determined to expel Don Meredith after his relationship with teenage girl Some members of the Red Chamber are so determined to expel Senator Don Meredith that they have tasked the Senate's law clerk with combing through the Constitution in search of a line they can use to force the Toronto-area senator to step aside for good, Senators are combing the constitution to find a technicality to kick Don Meredith out.
"14.03.2017 11:04:00" cbc.ca Sanctions, what sanctions? Russian maker of AK-47 says business is booming Famous arms maker Kalashnikov says it's rebounding from losses brought on by western sanctions by making and marketing new consumer products and reaching into markets previously untapped. Kalashnikov is branching out with a concept store that sells mock weapons, cellphone cases and T-shirts.
"14.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Why you should read the B.C. polls with caution, not skepticism After being burned by the polls in 2013, can British Columbians trust the latest numbers that put the NDP narrowly ahead of Christy Clark's B.C. Liberals? There is justification for looking at the latest numbers with a fair bit of caution according to CBC's Éric Grenier.
"14.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Omar Khadr recovering from 19-hour shoulder surgery Former Guantanamo Bay inmate Omar Khadr is recovering from a 19-hour operation on a shoulder that was badly injured in Afghanistan 15 years ago, his lawyer said Monday. Three surgeons were involved in Friday's complicated surgery that Khadr's lawyer said should have been done years ago.
"14.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Officials say no sensitive information compromised in 'vulnerability' at Canada Revenue Agency Federal government officials say no personal information was compromised when Canada Revenue Agency's online tax services went down for two days. The CRA's online service was suspended for two days after a hacking incident at Statistics Canada.
"14.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Over 650 children were killed in Syria last year, UNICEF says At least 652 children were killed in Syria in 2016, making it the worst year yet for the country's rising generation, the United Nations' child relief agency said Monday. An additional 2.3 million Syrian children are refugees elsewhere in the Middle East according to UNICEF.
"14.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Turkey will 'surely have sanctions' against the Netherlands, says minister The row marks another low point in relations between Turkey and Europe, further dimming Ankara's prospects of joining the bloc. Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the Dutch government of acting like "Nazi remnants."
"14.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Bones in the playground: B.C. man describes going to school on Hacksaw Ridge after WW II In an era when most school children spent their recess playing catch or hopscotch, Gary Bennett and his classmates would pick up human bones in Okinawa. "There was so much bloodshed and destruction that they just left it there and covered it over."
"14.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Scientists race to save world's coral reefs The world has lost roughly half its coral reefs in the last 30 years. Scientists are now scrambling to ensure that at least a fraction of these unique ecosystems survives beyond the next three decades. Even if the world could halt global warming now, scientists still expect that more than 90 per cent of corals will die by 2050.
"14.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Girl Guides of Canada cancel trips to the U.S. Girl Guides of Canada has announced that they will not be taking any trips to the United States in the near future, citing concerns about inclusivity. "We really wanted to make sure that no girl gets left behind."
"14.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Free Brier ticket from Curling Canada for woman scammed of $400 on Kijiji A woman who was scammed when trying to buy a ticket to Sunday's Brier final still got to attend the game of a lifetime thanks to a generous offer from Curling Canada. Marion Wells was thankful for the chance to experience the "electrifying" final after buying tickets that never came.
"14.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Poland seeks arrest of 98-year-old man for possible killings as Nazi commander Prosecutors said evidence gathered over years of investigation confirmed "100 per cent" that Karkoc was a commander of a unit in the SS-led Ukrainian Self Defence Legion. Michael Karkoc of Minnesota is believed to have ordered the burning of Polish villages and killing of civilians during the Second World War.
"14.03.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca 'I'll take pictures until I die': AP's legendary photographer Nick Ut to retire Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Nick Ut is retiring this month, after a 51-year career with The Associated Press that has taken him "from hell to Hollywood." Most people know Nick Ut for his "Napalm Girl" photo from the Vietnam War.
"14.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca 'Cowardly' cab driver who drove away after running over teen girl gets 8 months in jail A 72-year-old Calgary taxi driver who drove over a teenage girl and then fled the scene in what the judge called a "cowardly act" has been sentenced to eight months in jail. Stanislaw Maguder was convicted of a hit and run knowing a death occurred last July after killing 16-year-old Tyla Chipaway in March 2015.
"14.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Turkey vs. the Netherlands: Why are they fighting and what happens next? How did a relationship known for tulips and trade end up in tatters so quickly? Nil Köksal explains what it's all about. Turkey versus the Netherlands is a grudge match no one saw coming.
"14.03.2017 00:30:00" The ice-house of Lake Ontario This house on the shore of Lake Ontario puts the pain of scraping ice off the windshield into perspective.
Strong winds whipped up water from the lake, which froze onto the house in Webster, N.Y., during the recent cold spell.
The summer getaway was
"14.03.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Reasons for 53 deaths of at-risk children in N.B. hidden by secretive committee How these children died and whether any could have been saved is not for the public to know, according to the government of New Brunswick. "The public has almost no perception or no knowledge of what goes on with respect to child death reviews in the province."
"13.03.2017 23:30:00" Traditional beading meets Canadian graffiti A Cree mother is turning her son's graffiti into traditional beading artwork.
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"13.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Pot activist Jodie Emery speaks out about 'degrading' arrest Prominent marijuana activists and dispensary owners Jodie Emery and her husband, Marc, were arrested last week in Toronto en route to a marijuana conference. "I feel like it's very much targeted political persecution."
"13.03.2017 22:30:00" 3 generations of bus drivers For his 100th birthday, this former bus driver's family took him for a ride on a bus like the ones he used to drive: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4022004
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"13.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Ed Sheeran to guest star on Game of Thrones Showrunners announced that Sheeran will be the next musician to have a cameo on the wildly popular HBO show. Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on the HBO fantasy drama, is reportedly a fan.
"13.03.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Scotland's leader seeks new independence referendum Scotland's leader delivered a shock twist to Britain's EU exit drama on Monday, announcing she will seek authority to hold a new independence referendum in the next two years because Britain is dragging Scotland out of the EU against its will. Scots rejected independence from the United Kingdom in 2014. Brexit could trigger another referendum.
"13.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Research linking failed fertility therapy with heart issues decades later shouldn't 'alarm' women Canadian doctors say a new study linking inability to conceive through fertility treatments with possible heart issues later in life shouldn't "alarm women who undergo fertility therapy." Women who undergo fertility treatments that never resulted in pregnancy are possibly at higher risk of heart issues later in life.
"13.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Canada's oil industry expected to lose another $1.1B this year Despite a crude price that has come off cyclical lows, Canada's oil industry is expected to lose money as a whole in 2017, the Conference Board of Canada forecasts. This is actually an improvement. Canada's oil companies lost $8.6 billion in 2016.
"13.03.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca 'Do the right thing': Open letter urges Senator Don Meredith to resign over relationship with teen An open letter from Senator Andre Pratte to members of the Red Chamber urges fellow Senator Don Meredith to "do the right thing" and step aside in the wake of a scathing report about his sexual relationship with a teenage girl. The Senate watchdog found that Senator Don Meredith's sexual relationship with a teen violated its ethics code.
"13.03.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca 'We must earn our customers' trust': TD Bank on defensive after CBC stories TD Bank says it is reviewing the concerns raised by CBC News reports that revealed unscrupulous sales tactics by front-line bank employees. Reporting by CBC's Go Public team revealed how some TD Bank employees felt they had to break the law to keep their jobs.
"13.03.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Canada's defence spending sees small bump, but still among lowest in NATO The head of NATO threw down the gauntlet Monday, saying he expects all members to increase what they spend on their militaries even as a new report showed Canada lagging behind most of its allies. Canada pushed the percentage of its GDP spent on defence to 1.02. The NATO target is two per cent.
"13.03.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca On the hook for $170K: RBC sues student forced out of med school by mental illness When Bryan Robson was accepted to medical school, he never imagined he'd be diagnosed with a mental illness sued by the bank for more than $170,000. Bryan Robson left the University of Saskatchewan after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
"13.03.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Don't put your winter gear away - snow to hit Ontario with a vengeance Winter weather is set to return with a vengeance in southern Ontario this week, with up to 15 centimetres expected in Toronto and 30 centimetres in areas of the Hamilton to Niagara corridor. Up to 15 cm of snow is expected in Toronto, and 30 cm in the corridor between Hamilton and Niagara.
"13.03.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Air Miles making changes to win over disgruntled collectors Air Miles is making changes to its loyalty program to appease angry members. They include 24/7 customer service support through social media and full access to merchandise rewards for everyone. Air Miles is promising 24/7 customer service and unlimited access to merchandise to appease upset members.
"13.03.2017 16:30:00" Teen rides horse through snowstorm This Manitoba teen and her horse rode through a blizzard — not once, but twice — to help a stranger in need: www.cbc.ca/1.4016375
"13.03.2017 16:00:09" LIVE: Commando training for future business leaders LIVE Q&A: Can military training help business students succeed in the corporate world? CBC's David Common is taking your questions with Queen's University's Mitchell Gudgeon and Reticle's Steve Day. ASK YOUR QUESTIONS and share your thoughts in the
"13.03.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca Radiation exposure during Mars travel could increase leukemia risk: study The first study on how exposure to deep space radiation could impact the human body during a mission to Mars shows that there could be an increased risk of leukemia. Growing poop potatoes would be the least of Matt Damon's problems.
"13.03.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Soldiers of fortune: MBA students get tough life lessons, commando-style A group of MBA students from Ontario spent 32 largely sleepless hours training with elite commandos, hoping to learn hard lessons that will serve them well as business leaders. "We're taking them out of their comfort zone, challenging them, pushing them to the edge so they understand where that edge is."
"13.03.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca The battle to bring Canadian tourists back to violence-plagued Acapulco Once known as a jet-set party town, Acapulco's reputation has taken a hit in recent years due to a high rate of violent crime. Now the oceanside Mexican city is trying to make a comeback — and getting Canadians to return is part of that strategy. Acapulco's murder rate has earned it the title of Mexico's most dangerous city. Now, it's trying to lure back tourists.
"13.03.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca First: the gender-equal cabinet. Now: the gender-sensitive budget On March 22, the 2017 federal budget will include something the finance department never has offered before: a gender-based analysis to explain how decisions impact men and women in different ways. The federal budget will include something that's never been offered before: a gender-based analysis for budget measures.
"13.03.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Security contractor dropped Canada's Afghan embassy after killing of Gurkha guards The Canadian government was left scrambling to replace its private security contractor guarding the embassy in Kabul following a suicide bombing last summer that killed 15 people. The Trudeau government has also turned down a demand by Nepal to compensate Nepal is asking Canada for support for the children and widows of Gurkhas killed by a suicide bomber on their way to the Kabul embassy.
"13.03.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca 'What the hell happened to you guys?': New Democrats debate their past and future Possibly the most challenging question posed during the NDP leadership debate on Sunday was submitted by Kim, the bartender. And Kim's question is useful for framing the existential questions that now weigh on the NDP. The contenders to replace Tom Mulcair meet on stage for the first time. None mentioned his name.
"13.03.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Markets need evidence Yellen is not crying wolf on interest rate increases: Don Pittis So far Fed chair Janet Yellen has been all talk and little action. A look at why eventually Yellen must pull the trigger, and why it matters to Canadians. Markets still aren't convinced that Fed chair Janet Yellen will keep raising rates, says the CBC's Don Pittis.
"13.03.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Orphan Black, It's Only the End of the World win big at Canadian Screen Awards Xavier Dolan's It's Only the End of the World, sci-fi thriller Orphan Black and the sports movie Race were the big winners at the final gala of the Canadian Screen Awards on Sunday. "I'm old. Dangerously old. I'm so old that when I was a baby, the first word I uttered was in Latin." – Christopher Plummer, accepting his lifetime achievement award.
"13.03.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca How a small town got duped by a big-time reality show fraudster A man claiming to be a big-time reality show producer convinces residents of a small town he'll make them famous, promising to feature the town's restaurants in a new reality show. "I felt like a fool." A convicted fraudster duped restaurants in a small Ontario town with promises of reality show fame.
"13.03.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Immigration tensions seep into SXSW music festival The trendsetting South by Southwest music festival is all about the next big thing, but the heated politics of the moment is stealing the show. The festival previously came under fire for warning international artists that bad behaviour could result in the festival making a call to U.S. immigration agents.
"13.03.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca 'Like living next to death': Iraqis escape life under ISIS The battle to wrest Mosul away from ISIS is the most significant military operation mounted against the jihadist group, and is expected to be the beginning of the end for militants in Iraq. From Derek Stoffel on the outskirts of Mosul.
"13.03.2017 10:30:00" cbc.ca Argentina rock concert leaves 2 dead in massive crush A crush of people at a massive open-air rock concert left two people dead and a dozen more injured, Argentine officials said Sunday. The Argentine musician paused the show several times, and at one point called for help for people knocked to the ground.
"13.03.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca It used to take 6 years to afford a home in Toronto — now it's more than 15 Generation Squeeze's new 'Code Red' campaign aims to help fix the GTA's housing crisis that's leaving millenials renting longer and struggling to afford their own homes. "It seems insane that you can have a good job and no debt and still feel like owning a home is not really a possibility."
"13.03.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Mother of murder victim forced to crowdfund trip to Montreal trial Sylvie Berthiaume says she had no choice but to crowdfund her travel to Montreal after learning the trial of the man accused of killing her son in 2013 would begin on March 13th - almost 10 months earlier than expected. "It's a helpless feeling."
"13.03.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Study finds humans are main users of wildlife corridors near Canmore Wildlife corridors around Canmore, Alta., are seeing good usage, but not always by the animals they're intended for. "It's a little bit concerning because we have wildlife corridors we're trying to maintain for wildlife movement."
"13.03.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Revenge of the comment section: How do you fix a leaky border?: Opinion U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly came to Ottawa last week to talk national security. The issue on everyone's mind: border security Canada has seen an influx of asylum-seekers, and it seems no one knows quite what to do.
"13.03.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Taken by opioids: Winnipeg woman dies months after her mother The father of a woman who lost her life to her drug addiction months after her mother died from a fentanyl overdose did everything he could to ease his daughter's pain, but she overdosed on the medication she was taking for it. "I knew this day was coming actually two months ago."
"13.03.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Syrian parents fight to save Hamilton school at 'heart' of their community Parents from Hamilton's Syrian refugee community are fighting to save Hess Street Public School from closure. More than half of the school's students come from low-income households and three-quarters are either immigrants or refugees.
"13.03.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Can anyone save The Salvage Shop from eviction? Roy Clifford has collected literally tonnes of antiques. But now he's facing the nearly impossible task of moving everything. Some of the antique shop's biggest clients are Hollywood set designers.
"13.03.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Black driver of Mercedes arrested in 'egregious' case of racial profiling, Montreal rights group says Kenrick McRae says he was pulled over and handcuffed, then detained in the back of a squad car while a video recording that he made of the incident was erased. A Montreal civil rights group is calling the incident "one of the most egregious cases of He says he was arrested for what the officer called "disturbance," after refusing to hand over his recording device.
"13.03.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca The rise and fall of South Korea's impeached president South Korea's Constitutional Court upheld the impeachment of president Park Geun-hye on Friday, removing her from office over a graft scandal that has gripped the country for months. Here is a timeline of main developments in the scandal and events in her Park Geun-hye impeachment marked a dramatic fall from grace for South Korea's first woman president.
"13.03.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Canada's Adam Hadwin claims 1st PGA Tour win at Valspar Canada's Adam Hadwin has earned his first PGA Tour victory. "You're never quite sure when you're going to get the job done."
"13.03.2017 02:04:00" cbc.ca Canada Revenue Agency online services running again after being offline since Friday The Canada Revenue Agency is reporting that all of its online services are back in service after being down since Friday afternoon. All of the services on the site are back up and running.
"13.03.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Trump's company secures trademarks in Mexico A law firm in Mexico City quietly filed for trademarks on behalf of Donald Trump's company that would authorize the Trump brand to set up shop in a country with which the U.S. president has sparred over trade, migration and the planned border wall. Trump controls at least 20 trademarks in Mexico.
"13.03.2017 01:00:07" The National for Sun., March 12, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Sunday, March 12, 2017
"13.03.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Death toll in Guatemala children's shelter fire rises to 40 Nineteen of the adolescents perished at the scene of Wednesday's inferno and another 21 have died in local hospitals. The disaster has put a spotlight on failings in Guatemala's child protective services.
"13.03.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Garbage dump landslide leaves at least 46 dead in Ethiopia A mountain of trash gave way in a massive garbage dump on the outskirts of Ethiopia's capital, killing at least 46 people and leaving several dozen missing, residents said, as officials vowed to relocate those who called the landfill home. Most of the dead are women and children, and more bodies are expected to be found in the coming hours.
"13.03.2017 00:00:00" newsinteractives.cbc.ca Watch Howie Mandel host the Canadian Screen Awards Join CBC News for live coverage of the red carpet and awards show, honouring the best in Canadian film and television. The Canadian Screen Awards begin right now.
"12.03.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Fearful U.S. immigrants offered anti-deportation training At training sessions across the U.S., advocacy organizations are teaching immigrants living in the country illegally how to minimize trouble. "Don't open the front door if immigration officials knock."
"12.03.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Ever seen $100K handgames up close? These guys in Behchoko, N.W.T., know what's up What's believed to be the largest handgames tournament in territorial history is happening this weekend in the community of 2,000. Handgames are a traditional Dene sport, each game usually played by two teams of nine men.
"12.03.2017 22:30:01" cbc.ca How the rule of improv helped Colin Mochrie support transgender daughter Canadian comedian Colin Mochrie is showing his support for his daughter's gender transition by explaining his family's journey. "You accept what someone has given you and you build on that."
"12.03.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Undercover in funeral homes: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet We teamed up with the Toronto Star to uncover pushy upselling and big markups at Arbor Memorial, Canada's largest funeral home chain. Missed any consumer news? Here's your chance to catch up.
"12.03.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Weigh in: Carleton University faces backlash after scale removed from gym Carleton University is feeling the burn from students on social media for removing a weight scale from its gym to promote a more holistic approach to a healthy body image. While many students have come out against the move, a few have applauded the gym.
"12.03.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca 'Major' winter storm on the way for Southern Ontario Environment Canada is predicting 15-25 cm of snow for southern Ontario this week, starting Monday. Be careful out there tomorrow.
"12.03.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Canada Border Services Agency detaining 8 people in Manitoba jails Eight people are being held in Manitoba jails under immigration-related detention orders but the federal government refuses to release the reason for the incarceration. "Trying to slip across the border is not a free-ticket to Canada."
"12.03.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Power warning issued for customers on the Avalon, as restoration continues The gusting wind that has wreaked havoc on Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula, smashing windows and ripping apart homes, is continuing this morning, but is expected to die down. The five main lines in the St. John's area are the priority.
"12.03.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Trying to 'change the culture of medicine' by letting patients decide what gets researched A new approach to medical research in Canada lets patients help decide what gets studied, and how. "What we're trying to do is change the culture of medicine by putting patients in all our activities."
"12.03.2017 19:00:13" cbc.ca 2nd Turkish cabinet minister blocked from campaigning in Netherlands A day after another Turkish politician was prevented from campaigning in Rotterdam for constitutional reform that would give Turkey's president expanded powers. Authorities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland have also recently banned campaign events for the Turkish referendum.
"12.03.2017 18:30:10" cbc.ca Nigerian president returns with few answers after mysterious 7-week absence Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's 10-day holiday in London turned into a seven-week absence that left Nigerians with plenty of questions and few answers. Political instability in Nigeria bodes well for no one.
"12.03.2017 18:10:22" First NDP leadership debate 4 candidates square off in the first federal NDP leadership debate. For background: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4020434
"12.03.2017 18:01:11" cbc.ca Ousted South Korea leader arrives back home, expresses defiance Ousted South Korean leader Park Geun-hye has left the presidential residence, returning to her private residence in Seoul, two days after the country's Constitutional Court ruling backing a parliamentary vote to impeach her amid corruption allegations. South Korea now has to elect a new president by early May.
"12.03.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca 'Quality control is the price of entry': Marijuana industry focuses on testing Government-approved marijuana producers and unsanctioned dispensaries alike are giving priority to testing after recalls of pesticide-contaminated marijuana. "Quality control is the price of entry into a regulated industry."