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"25.04.2017 10:37:04" links.lists.cbc.ca Morning Brief: How Portugal solved its overdose crisis; How grief can lead to joy Here's everything you need to get up-to-date and get ready for the day ahead, all on one page.
"25.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca The world watching as Ontario copies Dauphin income experiment, says economist An economist who studied Manitoba's experiment with minimum income in the 1970s says social scientists the world over will be interested to see how Ontario's rebirth of the program will play out. From 1974 to 1978, 30 per cent of Dauphin, Manitoba's population was provided with a guaranteed level of income from the federal government.
"25.04.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Small B.C. town turns fashion faux-pas into unexpected retail hit Small towns in B.C. aren't usually known as hotbeds of fashion, but one town in the Kootenays is capitalizing on its rugged sense of style. "As soon as we stock them, we are out of stock. We've almost got a retail outlet going here."
"25.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Scientists invent more accurate way to measure oilsands pollution Federal government scientists say they've found a more accurate way to measure pollution from the oilsands. The amount of overall VOCs measured wound up being two to 4.5 times higher than figures companies reported to Environment Canada's National Pollutant Release Inventory.
"25.04.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Bill O'Reilly saddened, surprised by Fox News exit, says truth will come out Bill O'Reilly says he's sad and surprised that he's off TV but is confident the truth will come out about his exit from Fox News. O'Reilly aired an episode Monday of his personal website's No Spin News podcast.
"25.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Arctic climate shifting to a new state, warns new report A new international report shows that Arctic temperatures are rising higher and faster than expected, and the effects are already being felt around the world. "We knew this was coming, we knew 30 years ago that it was coming, and it is now here."
"25.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Even the birds were gone Manitobans look back on the 1997 flood that silenced the Prairie province More than 22,000 people had been chased out of the Red River Valley, turning some 20 southern Manitoba communities into sudden ghost towns.
"25.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca 'Poop power' pilot program to begin in Waterloo, turning dog waste to energy The Ontario city best known for headquartering BlackBerry may soon be known for an entirely different commodity: dog poop. Waterloo will soon be the home of a pilot program that will turn dog waste into energy, through anaerobic digestion. Mayor Dave Jaworsky said it's eco-friendly and should help curb the amount of litter produced by the city of about 100,000 people.
"25.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca How grief can lead to joy: Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg explains Option B Growth can come from grief, according to Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg. After her husband Dave Goldberg's death, she shares how to build resilience and find joy in her book Option B. "As anyone who's ever been through anything like this will tell you, you feel in those early days and weeks and months that you're not going to survive an hour, let alone a day, let alone a week."
"25.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Marine Le Pen steps down at National Front to boost run for presidency French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has announced that she is temporarily stepping down as head of her National Front party. "Tonight, I am no longer the president of the National Front. I am the presidential candidate."
"25.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca U.S. to impose duties as high as 24% on Canadian softwood lumber, commerce secretary says U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Monday his agency will impose new anti-subsidy duties averaging 20 per cent on Canadian softwood lumber imports, a move that escalates a long-running trade dispute between the two countries. The duties would affect $5 billion worth of softwood lumber imports from Canada.
"25.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau says his dad went to bat for son Michel when he was charged with pot possession Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that when his late brother Michel was charged with pot possession, his father's resources, legal network and connections helped make the charge "go away," and that he will introduce a "process" to help other Canadians Trudeau said he would "start a process where we try and look at how we are going to make things fairer for those folks and for you."
"25.04.2017 01:00:08" LIVE NOW: The National for Monday, April 24, 2017
"25.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Sask. government reverses budget cuts to libraries The provincial government is turning back the page on its budget-day cuts to Saskatchewan's libraries. "We've heard from people pretty clearly that they value the library in its present form."
"25.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Car rental companies agree to pay $1.25M penalty for advertising impossible discounts Two of Canada's largest car rental companies have agreed to pay $1.25 million in penalties for falsely advertising discount prices that are essentially impossible to obtain. "Today's resolution will address any remaining issues in Hertz and Dollar Thrifty's advertising, including online."
"25.04.2017 00:00:00" Mom shares dying son's photo to spread awareness "My son was not an addict. He made a mistake that cost him his life."
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"24.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian Space Agency narrows astronaut candidates down to 17 They are doctors, they are engineers, they are scientists — and they are the next group of Canadians who may one day find themselves staring down on Earth from the International Space Station. The list started with 3,772 applicants will be narrowed down this summer to the final two.
"24.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Arthritic Alberta jaguar treated with cutting-edge human procedure A jaguar is recovering from an unique arthritis procedure after a doctor saw the big cat being taunted by groundhogs in an Alberta zoo. Mia is likely the first jaguar to have the procedure, which is usually reserved for humans.
"24.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca More trouble at Fox: Host Sean Hannity made 'uncomfortable' advances, former guest says Sean Hannity says accusations made by a former Fox News guest that he made "uncomfortable" advances are "100 per cent false and a complete fabrication." Hannity said the woman has been lying about him for over a decade "in an effort to slander, smear and besmirch" his reputation.
"24.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Moncton RCMP did not have proper equipment or training, Crown tells labour code trial Some of the deaths and injuries of RCMP officers who responded to the Moncton, N.B., shootings in 2014 could have been avoided if the police force had complied with Canada Labour Code requirements, a lawyer said during opening arguments of a provincial "Had the RCMP complied with labour code requirements, our position is that at least some of the deaths and injuries could have been avoided."
"24.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Passport office security changes prompted by lone wolf terror attacks in Canada The federal government has been quietly making changes to passport offices in a bid to improve security and address concerns that the facilities could be easy targets for a terrorist attack. Civil servants in passport and other government offices have faced bomb threats, and hostility from individuals.
"24.04.2017 21:02:58" LIVE: Edmonton police are holding a media conference with updates on the toddler found dead by a church: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4082873
"24.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Broad Hepatitis C screening of Canadian adults not supported by evidence, task force concludes Healthy Canadian adults who don't have risk factors for curable, chronic hepatitis C infection don't need to be screened, according to new guidelines for family physicians. The task force recommends against screening for hepatitis C in the general population who don't have symptoms or specific risk factors.
"24.04.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Why the Canada Revenue Agency is using this simple tactic to get you to pay your taxes The Canada Revenue Agency says it's begun using carefully crafted messages as a way of increasing the likelihood that people who owe taxes will pay up. "They want you to feel like in order to be a good citizen, you should do what your neighbours are doing and pay your taxes on time."
"24.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Lexin Resources and the dark side of Alberta's downturn The story of Lexin Resources is a cautionary tale for Alberta. A small company, a big mess and questions about whether Albertans were put at risk. Were Albertans put at risk as natural gas producer Lexin Resources unravelled in 2016?
"24.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Why the Canada Revenue Agency is using this simple tactic to get you to pay your taxes The Canada Revenue Agency says it's begun using carefully crafted messages as a way of increasing the likelihood that people who owe taxes will pay up. It's called the "nudge theory."
"24.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Removal of Confederate statues in New Orleans begins despite death threats Workers in New Orleans removed the first of four prominent Confederate monuments on Monday morning, becoming the latest Southern institution to sever itself from symbols viewed by many as a representation of racism and white supremacy. New Orleans has taken down the first of 4 Confederate statues, with workers wearing bulletproof vests.
"24.04.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Ancient methane 'burp' points to climate change 110 million years ago Mounds formed on the remote Ellef Ringnes Island in the High Arctic helped scientists understand what happened when the planet warmed during the Cretaceous period. Frozen methane hydrates in the Arctic Ocean suddenly thawed 110 million years ago during a warming phase.
"24.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca French voters make a clear call for change – but what type? With the first round of voting in the French presidential election complete, a deeply divided country has shown a clear consensus for change, but offered highly contradictory hopes for what that change might be, Michelle Gagnon writes from Paris. In France, a clear consensus for change and 2 highly contradictory hopes.
"24.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Abandoned Avonlea: Anne theme park in Japan now like a ghost town In its heyday in the 1990s, Canadian World in Ashibetsu, Japan attracted tens of thousands of visitors on a summer day. Now the theme park featuring a replica of Green Gables has fallen on hard times. Canadian World featured other parts of Canada, but the replica Green Gables house was its crown jewel.
"24.04.2017 16:31:03" cbc.ca Calgary mother hopes photo of dying son will deter others from doing fentanyl A Calgary mother is hoping a photo of her lying on a hospital bed with her dying son will help steer others away from using the deadly drug, fentanyl. "My son was not an addict; he made a mistake that cost him his life."
"24.04.2017 16:01:05" LIVE: Former President Barack Obama delivers remarks in Chicago. He's speaking with young leaders at an event at the University of Chicago.
"24.04.2017 15:59:46" Anthony Joseph Gordon Raine's family "I never thought I'd have to bury my own son." The family of the Edmonton toddler found dead speaks out. http://www.cbc.ca/1.4082354
"24.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Ontario basic income pilot project to launch in Hamilton, Lindsay and Thunder Bay Premier Kathleen Wynne announced on Monday that Hamilton, Lindsay and Thunder Bay will take part in Ontario's basic income pilot project. The Ontario government will test a three-year basic income project in three cities.
"24.04.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca Trump's bluster doing nothing to neutralize North Korea's nuclear ambitions On the issue of North Korea acquiring nuclear weapons, Pyongyang doesn't plan to back down – and Washington seems to have no plan at all, writes Saša Petricic. North Korea doesn't plan to back down – and U.S. seems to have no plan at all, says the CBC's Saša Petricic.
"24.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca 6 ways government rule changes take Canadian housing into the great unknown: Don Pittis When governments try to tame unruly markets, there are always unintended consequences. Beware unintended consequences as governments meddle in real estate, says Don Pittis.
"24.04.2017 14:05:10" Final Canadian astronaut candidates LIVE: Introduction of the final candidates in CSA's astronaut recruitment campaign http://www.cbc.ca/1.2969325
"24.04.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Softwood lumber decision Tuesday is Trump's next chance to hammer Canada Donald Trump's attack on Canada's softwood lumber industry last week was pretty vague. But this trade dispute is about to get very specific: the U.S. Department of Commerce will release its decision Tuesday on potentially damaging countervailing duties on Trump included lumber among things he said were making NAFTA "a disaster." Softwood lumber isn't part of NAFTA as it stands.
"24.04.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'This is a serious issue': Kellie Leitch vows to deport asylum seekers after visit to Manitoba town Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch is vowing to deport asylum seekers who are caught sneaking into Canada, following a visit to the Manitoba town that's been a hotspot for border crossers. Kellie Leitch visited a decommissioned border crossing at Noyes, Minn., that's been a hub for border crossers.
"24.04.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca That image of unicorn frappuccino hair all over the internet? It's from Winnipeg A Winnipeg hairstylist is turning heads in international style magazines after whipping up a hairstyle that bears a more-than-passing resemblance to a highly Instagram-able new drink. Winnipeg hairstylist Kelly O'Leary-Woodford was inspired by the new unicorn frappuccino from Starbucks.
"24.04.2017 12:00:27" Washington Capitals fans in sea blue A pair of very happy Capitals fans stuck out in a sea of sad Maple Leafs blue after Toronto lost in overtime last night. http://www.cbc.ca/1.4082160
"24.04.2017 11:35:00" cbc.ca 'A superhero sleeps here': Family identifies Edmonton toddler found dead Family members have identified a toddler found dead in north Edmonton on Friday as Anthony Joseph Raine. The body of 17-month-old Anthony Joseph Raine was found near a church on Friday.
"24.04.2017 11:15:00" cbc.ca Forced to lie in urine, crammed into boxes, hit with rocks, ex-soldiers say abuse during training widespread After a Go Public investigation on the abuse of young recruits during military training exercises, other former soldiers are now revealing the abuse was widespread. The abusive training exercises in the '80s and '90s has been called an "embarrassment to Canadians."
"24.04.2017 10:50:47" links.lists.cbc.ca Morning Brief: Mortgage fraud; U.S.-N. Korea tensions; French election; Kellie Leitch Here's everything you need to start your day and get up to date, all on one page.
"24.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Are celebrity pads in Los Angeles cheaper than homes in downtown Toronto? As if housing market prices in Toronto aren't discouraging enough, it hurts even more knowing a celebrity pad in Los Angeles can be comparable in price to some homes in the downtown core. Some Canadians in the entertainment industry are taking a closer look at Tinseltown's real estate.
"24.04.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Dog owners protest Quebec's decision to eventually ban pit bulls Pet owners and their dogs stood outside the legislature, calling for an end to any kind of breed-specific legislation in Quebec. Quebec's new controversial legislation aims to crack down on dangerous dogs and eventually ban pit bulls.
"24.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca How not to give a TED Talk As the TED Talks once again bring 'thought leaders' to Vancouver, the head of TED deconstructs the best and worst of public speaking in the viral video age. Never mimick a style that has already gone viral.
"24.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca More suspected opioid overdoses reported after warning from Ottawa Public Health The Ottawa Hospital said six more people have been treated for potential opioid overdoses over the weekend following a spike in such cases earlier in the week and a warning from the city's public health agency. It follows a spike earlier in the week and a warning from the city's public health agency.
"24.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Get your goat: Animal yoga a hit at Manitoba farm When a Facebook friend sent a video of a U.S. goat yoga session to Tara McKean, he meant it as a joke. That's not how she took it. It turns out farm animals like yoga.
"24.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Saskatchewan move to cut funeral service for poor is dehumanizing: advocate Tyler Gray, who works at Carmichael Outreach, said when Robert died, his family, friends from the street and Carmichael staff got a chance to speak at his funeral, to say goodbye and to be heard about how the loss affected them. "It's just ... dehumanizing people who are already living on the margins of our community."
"24.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Coachella cellphone thefts lead to multiple arrests Indio police say multiple festival-goers reported the thefts, and investigators identified two separate groups of suspects who had multiple phones on them Saturday. Police have arrested five people in the theft of more than 40 cellphones.
"24.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Bovine tuberculosis researchers hope breakthrough will lead to better test Researchers say they are developing a test for bovine tuberculosis they hope could someday spare ranchers and governments from costly quarantines and mass slaughters of cattle. Scientists say they have made a breakthrough that could lead to a quick blood test for the infectious disease.
"24.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Letter to dead soldier creates unusual friendship A letter written by a student in Prince Edward Island and placed on the grave of a soldier who died in the Battle of Vimy Ridge has created an unusual friendship with the soldier's nephew, who lives in Sarnia, Ont. A soldier who died in the Battle of Vimy Ridge was the catalyst for this unlikely friendship.
"24.04.2017 02:24:57" CBC's Peter Mansbridge will take your questions on the importance of community coverage and being where the story is with panelists, including Paul Hunter, Susan Ormiston, Heather Hiscox, Duncan McCue, Renee Filippone and Dwight Drummond.
"24.04.2017 02:11:31" cbc.ca Capitals end Leafs' playoff run in Game 6 The Washington Capitals have eliminated the Toronto Maple Leafs from the Stanley Cup playoffs after a 2-1 overtime victory in Game 6 on Sunday night. Marcus Johansson scored the game-winning goal in overtime.
"24.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Bank of Canada governor 'happy' to see plan for GTA housing market Measures to cool the housing market in the Greater Toronto Area have received a warm response from Canada's central banker, who said Saturday it should have some effect on runaway housing prices. "I'm happy there are measures... It's a risk we've been highlighting."
"24.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca What's next for the Montreal Canadiens? After last night's disappointing first-round exit, the Montreal Canadiens face a long, question-filled summer. Here's a look at the big ones. Who stays, who goes?
"24.04.2017 01:00:07" LIVE NOW: The National for Sunday, April 23, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Sunday, April 23, 2017
"24.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Burt Reynolds makes rare public appearance at Tribeca film festival Robert De Niro helped Burt Reynolds onto the red carpet for the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of his new movie Dog Years Saturday night in New York. The 81-year-old actor was greeted with a "hell of a turnout."
"24.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca French election results prompts mixed reaction from expats in Montreal While Marine Le Pen moving forward to the next round didn't surprise many French expats, many were happy to see that Emmanuel Macron made it through as well. "I had so much hope for this time and it's always the same and nothing will change."
"24.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca These men want to be the first turbaned Sikhs elected to the B.C. Legislature This month marks 70 years since Sikhs were given the right to vote in B.C. and two South Asian candidates want make some history of their own in the provincial election. "We've seen turbaned politicians federally but for some reason, it's never happened in our legislature."
"23.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Trump's bluster doing nothing to neutralize North Korea's nuclear ambitions On the issue of North Korea acquiring nuclear weapons, Pyongyang doesn't plan to back down – and Washington seems to have no plan at all, writes Saša Petricic. There don't seem to be any international efforts, including from Canada, to resolve the standoff peacefully, writes Saša Petricic.
"23.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Memorial grows for toddler found dead in Edmonton In the days since a toddler's body was discovered near the back of an Edmonton church, members of the community and congregation who didn't even know the young boy have been paying their respects at a memorial for him. "We don't know the child, but now we do. He's always going to be in our hearts."
"23.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Baby animals: unless there's danger, don't touch, says wildlife organization Now that spring has animals sprung, there will be little baby animals alone, out in the wild. While you may want to touch them — don't. Concerned citizens are asked not to touch or intervene with baby animals unless there's immediate danger.
"23.04.2017 22:24:47" cbc.ca Senators use OT to eliminate Bruins from playoffs The Ottawa Senators have advanced to the second round of the NHL playoffs. Clarke MacArthur scored the winning goal.
"23.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Soil your undies, literally: eco group Normally most folks would want to keep their white underwear, well, white — but a new campaign is challenging that custom and hopes to see gitch soiled. "There's a serious point to this," according to the executive director of the Soil Conservation Council of Canada.
"23.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Mike Babcock confident in Leafs' chances of forcing Game 7 Whether he was trying to convince himself or his players, Leafs coach Mike Babcock sure seemed confident his team will win Game 6 on Sunday night in Toronto. Rookie standouts like Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner could help Toronto go the distance against Washington.
"23.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca N.L. fisherman on hunger strike taken away in ambulance after 11 days Richard Gillett started his hunger strike to urge a review of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans' scientific studies and stock management. "He's fighting for everybody."
"23.04.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Bill O'Reilly returns to air Monday for the 1st time since his firing It's been less than a week since the conservative television personality was fired from Fox News and he's already heading back to the airwaves in a podcast on his website. Former Fox News host teased an upcoming podcast on his personal site after being axed over harassment allegations.
"23.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca How word clouds offer solace to grieving family members An initiative developed by a McMaster University professor of medicine is offering families of patients in their last days of life a way to humanize the grieving process. "It really changes the atmosphere of the room, and as someone who was used to working on a ward where I knew my patients, it's made a difference."
"23.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca OPINION | Revenge of the comment section: Can I get a loan for a brick of cheese? U.S. President Donald Trump took aim at Canadian dairy regulations last week, which has some CBC commenters echoing his complaints. Many CBC commenters agreed that supply management should be done away with in favour of lower prices for consumers.
"23.04.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Montreal game developer swings into retro-inspired action with Flinthook If Flinthook looks, at first, like a video game from 20 years ago, don't be too shocked — that's the point. It's a classic game for modern consoles.
"23.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Senators look to rebound after Bruins claw back into series The Ottawa Senators had a chance to win its best-of-seven quarter-final series against the Bruins in five games Friday night, but instead lost 3-2 in double-overtime. Ottawa can close out the series in Boston this afternoon.
"23.04.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Who are the candidates? Snapshots of France's leading presidential hopefuls Polls close for the first round of voting at 2 p.m. ET. Here's a look at the leading candidates in the French presidential election and some of their promises.
"23.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca With sun shining, floodwaters begin to recede west of Montreal The floodwaters that forced hundreds from their homes in southwestern Quebec have begun to recede. Heavy rain earlier this week caused the Ottawa River to overflow. Heavy rain earlier this week led to a state of emergency and evacuations in Rigaud, Que.
"23.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Real estate reality check: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet Miss something this week? Here's the consumer news you need to know. How to navigate the real estate market — and the latest in airline incidents — courtesy of CBC News: Marketplace.
"23.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca The incredible edible mystery: Makers of marijuana-infused foods await regulations The federal government says it needs extra time to develop special regulations for edibles before they can be legally sold despite their potential popularity. "We're not some criminal network ... it's literally mom and pop edible businesses that want a piece of legalization and deserve a piece of legalization."
"23.04.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca What we can learn from New York's rent control regime Ontario's provincial government announced this week its plans to expand rent control. But in comparable places like New York, experts offer differing views on the positive or negative impact such regulations have had on the housing market. New York's system of rent regulation is a mix of rent-controlled and rent-stabilized units.
"23.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca North Korea says it's ready to strike U.S. aircraft carrier North Korea said on Sunday it was ready to sink a U.S. aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military might, as two Japanese navy ships joined a U.S. carrier group for exercises in the western Pacific. President Trump ordered the USS Carl Vinson to sail to waters off the Korean peninsula in response to rising tension in the region.
"23.04.2017 15:04:00" cbc.ca Centrist Macron, far-right Le Pen to face off in French runoff vote Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen are set to face each other in a May 7 runoff for the French presidency after coming first and second in Sunday's first round of voting, early projections indicated. Le Pen's spot in the runoff is seen as a victory for rising populism wave marked by Trump and Brexit.
"23.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Questions about the NAFTA creating uncertainty, says Marc Garneau The chair of Canada/US cabinet committee, Transport Minister Marc Garneau, says uncertainty over the future of NAFTA is hurting business on both sides of the border. "The sooner we can discuss the specifics, the better."
"23.04.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Venezuela spiralling into chaos amid looting, militarized police After the deadliest day in weeks of anti-government protest and looting, tensions remain high in Venezuela as state police departments are put under National Guard control. Protesters are vowing to continue their opposition to the government Venezuelan government, after the deadliest day in three weeks
"23.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Ottawa rallies to support U.S. scientists on Parliament Hill Hundreds of people came to Parliament Hill Saturday to rally for well-funded, trustworthy science and show solidarity for American scientists who feel stifled by the policies of U.S President Donald Trump. "This is really alarming … science matters for public policy, for our health, for our environment."
"23.04.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Karma chameleon: Artist forgives painting's thieves after one returns it face-to-face Julianne Harnish, whose original painting was stolen from a Flipburger restaurant in Halifax in March, says the missing artwork was returned in person — so she forgives the culprits. "They're pretty brave, I guess, because not everybody would do that."
"23.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca How VR put a human face on a story about elephant poaching in parks As a filmmaker drawn to the most visceral forms of cinema, it was probably inevitable that Kathryn Bigelow's high-adrenaline curiosities would lead her to virtual reality. National Geographic will release the film May 1 on the VR app Within.
"23.04.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Would Donald Trump have won if he was a woman? A new play says probably Next week, a new play called "Her Opponent" opens off-Broadway in New York City. It's a 35-minute gender-reversed re-enactment of excerpts from the 2016 U.S. presidential debates. Donald Trump is played by a woman. Hillary Clinton is played by a man. And A new play uses documentary theatre techniques to restage excerpts of the three 2016 presidential debates.
"23.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Actress Erin Moran of Happy Days fame dead at 56 Erin Moran, the former child star who played Joanie Cunningham in the sitcoms Happy Days and Joanie Loves Chachi, died Saturday at age 56. Police had received a 911 call about an unresponsive female.
"23.04.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca 'Richard is very, very weak': Fisherman's hunger strike enters Day 10 Richard Gillett is on Day 10 of his hunger strike. His father wants him to stop putting his health in jeopardy. Richard Gillett wants a review of the relationship between the Fish, Food and Allied Workers union and the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
"23.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Apple recognition putting Saskatchewan on the tech map, says Saskatoon developer Noodlecake Noodlecake's Ryan Holowaty says the best thing about being a featured developer in an Apple celebration of Canadian game makers is that it helps put Saskatoon on the map in the gaming world. Noodlecake is the first of "Canada's best game makers" to be featured.
"23.04.2017 05:13:11" cbc.ca Oilers breakaway from Sharks, punch 2nd round date with Ducks The Edmonton Oilers are heading to the Western Conference semifinals. The Oilers take the series 4-2.
"23.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Pivotal French election draws thousands of expats to polls in Quebec The pivotal, and unpredictable, presidential election in France is drawing thousands of eligible voters to polling stations in Quebec. Thousands put up with the hours-long wait to cast their vote for the next French president.
"23.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca A note of optimism on a day of worries: Bob McDonald The very long list of woes affecting the Earth can generate a feeling of hopelessness and dread about the state of this unique blue planet we live on. But if hopelessness prevails, change will not happen. This year in particular, scientists are reminding us of the glacial pace of political action to mitigate those climate changes, writes Bob McDonald.
"23.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Catholic school funding decision could extend beyond Sask.: professor The court decision that the province of Saskatchewan should not be funding non-Catholic students to attend Catholic schools could have an inter-provincial effect, says one professor. The decision could extend to Alberta and potentially Ontario, says one professor.
"23.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Hollywood agent and producer Sandy Gallin dead at 76 Sandy Gallin, an agent and talent manager, as well as being a TV, movie and Broadway producer, has died at the age of 76. He guided the careers of Barbra Streisand, Dolly Parton, Cher and Nicole Kidman.
"23.04.2017 02:55:59" cbc.ca Canadiens' season ends with 3rd straight loss to Rangers The Montreal Canadiens' season is over. The New York Rangers are moving on to the second round. Another Canadian team eliminated from NHL playoffs after Montreal Canadiens lose 3-1 to New York Rangers.
"23.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Newfoundland's icebergs, a Paris shooting and fighting polio in Afghanistan: The week in pictures Top images from around the world for April 15-21. The week in pictures includes an iceberg off Newfoundland and the crisis in Venezuela.
"23.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Avatar fans will have to wait another three years for the sequel Avatar 2, one of four upcoming films in the franchise, will open in theatres Dec. 18, 2020. It's one of four upcoming films in the franchise.
"23.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Groups on both sides of assisted-death debate want more transparency Advocates on both sides of the medically assisted dying debate say the Nova Scotia Health Authority should be more transparent about patients who apply to end their lives. Both sides agree they need more than just raw numbers.
"23.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Meet the Canadian new media duo behind hits so big Hollywood came calling With offices in Toronto and Los Angeles and clients like Ariana Grande and Nike, a media production company called The Young Astronauts has been on a rocket ship ride to the stars. Their clients include Ariana Grande and Drake, along with international brands such as Nike and Sandals Resorts.
"23.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Expats in Canada, U.S. kick off French presidential election French overseas territories and French residents in the United States and Canada began voting on Saturday in the country's presidential election, a day before the main first-round of a poll that could change the global political landscape. With two anti-globalization candidates, the vote is of major significance to the international political status quo.
"23.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Ontario to review real estate agents' practice of 'double-ending' house sales The Ontario government recently announced that it is looking into the ethics of real estate agents representing both buyer and seller in Toronto's hot housing market If a real estate agent is behaving unethically, it could cost you tens of thousands of dollars — or even the house of your dreams.
"22.04.2017 23:40:42" cbc.ca 2 arrested in connection with Edmonton dead toddler case Two people have been arrested in connection with the death of a toddler who was found in north Edmonton on Friday. Charges are pending against the two "people of interest."
"22.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca For some, Kathleen Wynne's sexuality is an issue. For most, it's her government's record: Opinion Steve Paikin, host of The Agenda on TVO, posited in a blog post this week that part of the reason why Wynne's approval is so low is because Ontarians aren't as open and progressive as they like to think. A look at why the premier of Ontario's approval rating is in the tweens.
"22.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Amid a glut of milk, Wisconsin farmers say Canada not to blame In the wake of Donald Trump's comments about Wisconsin dairy farmers being treated unfairly by Canada, people in the dairy industry say the problem is more about overproduction of milk in the state. Trump's slam of the Canadian dairy system is characterized by many in the state as misguided, because the real issue is broad overproduction.
"22.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Ménage à quatre in Sunday's close French presidential vote Though Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are favoured, any two of the four top contenders could advance to the second round of France's presidential election — with potentially serious repercussions for Canada and the world. Emmanuel Macron, a former economic minister in the outgoing Socialist government, leads the polls. Marine Le Pen, leader of a far-right nationalist party follows, closely behind.
"22.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Death toll in Afghan base attack rises to 140 One official in the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif, where the attack occurred, said on Saturday at least 140 soldiers were killed and many others wounded. Taliban attackers, apparently disguised in military uniforms, carried out what would be the deadliest attack ever on an Afghan military base, officials said.
"22.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Former Giro winner Scarponi dies after collision with van Michele Scarponi, who won the Giro d'Italia in 2011, died after a collision with a van while training on Saturday in Italy. He was 37. The Astana cyclist was training near his home in Italy when he was hit by a van at a crossroad.
"22.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Food poisoning tests speed up, but with a catch Technological advances make it easier to spot DNA from food pathogens, but it takes an old-fashioned technique to tell if they're causing harm. Here's why food recalls may seem more frequent.
"22.04.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Georgia O'Keeffe exhibit examines modern art pioneer in global context Those sensual flowers, expansive landscapes and stark buildings expressed as planes of light and dark — Georgia O'Keeffe's memorable body of work is often considered inseparable from her American heritage. But, at one time, she was in love with Canada. The Art Gallery of Ontario's Georgia O'Keeffe exhibit explores six decades of artist's career, including her famous flowers.
"22.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Identity of asylum seekers key to Regina woman's human smuggling case: lawyer Prosecutors will have to prove that Michelle Omoruyi, the Regina woman charged with human smuggling, was not providing humanitarian-type aid to asylum seekers or trying to help members of her family, says a Vancouver lawyer. The identity of the nine asylum seekers could prove key in Omoruyi's case, says one Vancouver lawyer.
"22.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Fox News without Bill O'Reilly: Can it maintain the outrage without its biggest star? Fox News fired its biggest star among sexual harassment allegations and CEO Roger Ailes had to step down last summer because of similar claims. But its strong post-election ratings mean Fox News brand will likely live on, say experts. "Their brand is all about extreme conservatism, anger, outrage, and there is very clearly an appetite for that."
"22.04.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian jets intercept Russian bombers, 1st time since 2014 Canadian fighter jets have intercepted Russian bombers off Canada's northern coast for the first time in more than two years, as relations between Moscow and the West continue to worsen. It marks the first time since 2014 that Canadian fighter jets have had to intercept Russian planes in the Far North.
"22.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Quebec residents ignore evacuation order as Ottawa River overflows Provincial police officers and firefighters are knocking on the doors of Rigaud residents who have yet to evacuate their homes after much of the Quebec municipality was flooded. The town declared a state of emergency and urged residents to leave their homes when the banks of the Ottawa River overflowed.
"22.04.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Miss Vickie's recalls jalapeno-flavoured chips due to salmonella risk Miss Vickie's is voluntarily recalling its jalapeno-flavoured, kettle-cooked potato chips due to the potential presence of salmonella in a seasoning used in the product. Miss Vickie's is recalling its Jalapeño flavour kettle-cooked potato chips due to a potential salmonella risk.
"22.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca In honour of Earth Day see our home from space Today we celebrate Earth Day with a few pictures of our 'Blue Marble' as seen from space. Happy Earth Day!
"22.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Marches pushing politicians to support science set for cities across Canada Nineteen locations across Canada are participating in this Saturday's March for Science, designed to promote and advocate for science. More than 600 satellite marches are planned around the world.
"22.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca American Airlines worker challenges passenger to 'hit me' in fight over stroller American Airlines says it has suspended an employee after video emerged of a heated exchange with a passenger who came to the defence of a crying woman holding a baby. The commotion began after an airline employee — according to Facebook user Surain Adyanthaya — "violently" took the woman's stroller, "hitting her with it and just missing her child."
"22.04.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca 'I've never seen anything like this': Toronto's hot housing market has prices rising in small town Ontario Blame Toronto. The city's hot housing market is spilling over into some quiet Ontario towns, bringing higher home prices and unprecedented bidding wars. Toronto's overheated real estate market has had a ripple effect beyond the Greater Toronto Area.
"22.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Origins of 'hobbit' species discovered The discovery puts to rest several other theories that had been hotly debated ever since the species was discovered. Scientists have discovered the origins of a short, ancient species of human nicknamed 'hobbits.'
"22.04.2017 15:00:00" Calgary girl shaves head for brother She may have been scared, but that didn't stop this 9 year old from shaving her head for someone she loves.
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"22.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Angry and tired French voters set to flirt with outsiders for top job: Nahlah Ayed Many French voters are fed up with their political system and eager for change ahead of the first round of the presidential election on Sunday. But that change could have a major impact well beyond the country's borders. By the final round of voting, France could find itself led by a political novice from a party that's never been in office, writes Nahlah Ayed.
"22.04.2017 14:07:42" cbc.ca Should airlines be allowed to overbook flights and bump passengers? Bumping passengers from overbooked flights is both a widespread and legal industry practice. Still, some travellers are publicly protesting it. Experts say overbooking is here to stay but there are ways airlines can make it work for travellers. Overselling seats does provide passengers with some benefits, like helping keep costs down, experts say.
"22.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca This Toronto bakery was selling unicorn lattes long before Starbucks Meet Melanie Abdilla, the Toronto shop owner who has been selling unicorn lattes since last summer — and hers has yet to cause a barista to have a public meltdown. "I was pretty much bombarded by friends, colleagues, clients, everybody just sending me photos of it, like, 'Oh my God, look! They copied you!'"
"22.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Can Trudeau talk Trump out of trade fight? Maybe he won't have to U.S. President Donald Trump has changed his mind about NATO, China and many other big topics. So can Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talk him out of his anti-Canada tirade? Trudeau is banking on Trump's tendency to change his views.
"22.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca How a NASA astronaut's 'treasure map from space' sparked a hunt for lost shipwrecks In the new Discovery Channel series Cooper's Treasure, Darrell Miklos travels the world in search of long-lost shipwrecks using a treasure map made from space. "We want to bring to light the new stories of the shipwrecks that have yet been discovered, tell the story and share that with the world."
"22.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian jets intercept Russian bombers, 1st time since 2014 It's the fourth time in as many days that Russian aircraft have been spotted approaching North American airspace as relations between Russia and the U.S. sour. Officials say Russian planes did not enter Canadian or American airspace.
"22.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Edmonton police investigating suspicious death of a toddler Police confirm body of a toddler was found near the Good Shepherd Anglican Church. Police released images of the child's shoes and clothing Friday night with the hope that someone might recognize an item from the images.
"22.04.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian scientists stung by funding cuts have their own reasons to march this weekend A national report on the state of federal funding for fundamental research in Canada declared that the country's scientific enterprise is in serious decline. "Despite the Trudeau government's promise of sunnier ways for science, we are still waiting for those rays to break through the storm clouds."
"22.04.2017 04:09:27" cbc.ca Bruins outlast Senators in double OT to force Game 6 Sean Kuraly scored his second goal of the game in double overtime Friday night as the Boston Bruins defeated the Ottawa Senators 3-2 to stave off elimination. Ottawa will have to wait until Sunday for another chance to close out the series.
"22.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Mexican election could derail Trump's plans for NAFTA If Donald Trump sounds like he's in a hurry to start renegotiating NAFTA, it's because he is. He says so. The president's team even admits a major reason for the urgency. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the current poll leader, is a fiery left-wing nationalist who recently filed a human-rights complaint against Trump.
"22.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Leafs on brink of elimination after OT loss to Capitals Justin Williams scored the overtime winner as the Washington Capitals beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 Friday night in Game 5 to take a 3-2 lead in their first-round series. Game 6 takes place in Toronto on Sunday night.
"22.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca CBC broadcaster Rex Loring has died at age 91 Legendary CBC broadcaster Rex Loring, best known for his work on World Report, has died. Loring was a founding host of CBC Radio's World Report and stayed with the show for 20 years.
"22.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Babies of ISIS languish in limbo, prison Hundreds of children fathered by ISIS foreign fighters or brought to the self-proclaimed caliphate by their parents are now imprisoned or in limbo with nowhere to go, collateral victims as the militant group retreats and home countries hesitate to take "If we don't save them, they will be a new generation of terrorism."
"22.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca 'Diplomacy' preferred, but Canada may be called on to send troops to North Korea Should the tense standoff on the Korean Peninsula escalate into war, the United Nations could come calling on Canada for a military commitment. Canada may be obligated as part of the United Nations Command born of the 1953 armistice.
"22.04.2017 01:00:00" French candidates react to Paris attack In the wake of another attack, angry and tired French voters are set to flirt with outsiders for presidency.
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"22.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Volkswagen emissions scandal settlement approved by courts in Ontario, Quebec Courts in Ontario and Quebec on Friday approved a class-action settlement with Volkswagen Group Canada Inc. involving emissions from 2.0-litre TDI diesel engines. Affected motorists can begin filing for compensation beginning April 28.
"22.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca 'Prince of Pot' Marc Emery, wife Jodie Emery get little closure in Toronto court The Emerys spent only a few minutes in front of the judge before the case was adjourned until May 23 so that the Crown could further prepare an evidence disclosure. Both face possible jail time if convicted of multiple drug offences despite the impending legalization of marijuana in Canada.
"21.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Vancouver 4/20 damage closes Sunset Beach Park for up to 5 weeks The Vancouver Park Board estimates the clean up from the 4/20 event at Sunset Beach will cost taxpayers thousands of dollars. "Generally it's looking pretty good this year compared to last year."
"21.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Queen Elizabeth celebrates 91st birthday Elizabeth took in some time at the horse races with family as Britain marks the occasion with 41-gun salute. Elizabeth also has an official birthday, marked in June when the British weather is better.
"21.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Q & A: Your questions on Canada's roaring real estate market What do you want to know about real estate in Canada? CBC's Jacqueline Hansen hosted a Facebook Live to take your questions. From worries over a correction to the impact of rent control, CBC viewers have many housing questions.
"21.04.2017 22:00:00" Deadly bus crash in South Africa 20 children were killed in a horrific school bus crash in South Africa.
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"21.04.2017 22:00:00" The National for Friday, April 21, 2017 This is The National for Friday, April 21, 2017
"21.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Hundreds of Syrian refugees apply to fix Westernized versions of their Arabic names Many of the thousands of Syrian refugees who have fled to Canada in the last few years face a vexing problem: erroneous names recorded on their official immigration papers. "At the end of the day, you want the whole family to have the same written [and] spelled family name."
"21.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca At least 12 dead overnight in Venezuelan protests Two days of massive protests on the streets of Caracas against the government of President Nicolas Maduro spilled into a violent night in several parts of the city. Most of the victims were electrocuted while looting a bakery amid food shortages.
"21.04.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Ocean 'conveyor belt' brings billions of plastic particles An ocean current is acting as a kind of conveyor belt leading billions of bits of plastic to a dead end in the Arctic, according to new research published in Science Advances. "The seafloor is … the great reservoir of plastic debris."
"21.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca 113 Canadian hotels in Holiday Inn chain hit by credit card hack The hotel chain that owns Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, InterContinental and other brands said credit card information of their guests may have been stolen last year at thousands of locations, including more than 100 in Canada. Hackers stole credit card data from more than 1,000 Holiday Inn locations and other hotels.
"21.04.2017 19:30:00" Trudeau responds to Trump protectionism Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promises to defend Canadian interests in the wake of President Trump's latest protectionist tirade.
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"21.04.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Lost dog WestJet put on wrong flight found safe near Hamilton airport After a long, strange plane trip that began in Halifax and should have ended in Newfoundland, Terri Pittman has finally found her lost labradoodle Cooper — near Hamilton International Airport. "Thousands of people helped me. With all the shares, and people searching and calling."
"21.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Prince fans mark 1st anniversary of music superstar's death For Prince fans, the one-year anniversary of his shocking death from an accidental drug overdose will be a time for sadness and celebration. In the Northwest Territories, they're having a Dusk 'til Dawn Purple Paisley Ping Pong Pajama Party.
"21.04.2017 17:55:41" cbc.ca Vic Toews broke conflict of interest rules after leaving office, ethics commissioner rules Former Conservative cabinet minister Vic Toews broke conflict of interest rules by doing consulting work for two Manitoba First Nations after he left office, Canada's ethics commissioner says in a report released today. The former Conservative cabinet minister violated the rules by advising two First Nations groups after leaving office.
"21.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca 'I feel quite abandoned': Woman facing worsening debilitation challenges medically assisted dying law A fierce and deeply emotional legal battle is brewing as the "reasonably foreseeable" death requirement for medical assistance in dying is challenged in court. The government and disability advocates are vowing to preserve it. Medically assisted death has been legal for almost a year, but another battle is brewing.
"21.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca 'Too little, too late'?: How Kathleen Wynne's housing plan fits into her re-election bid There's a theme to Premier Kathleen Wynne's biggest policy steps this year. Ontario's Liberal premier is trying to reach millennials and other voters hurt by rising housing costs.
"21.04.2017 16:30:10" cbc.ca Asylum seekers paid up to $2K US each to be smuggled into Canada, U.S. border agents allege U.S. border patrol officers claim to have documented multiple instances where they believe Nigerian nationals were smuggled into Canada from North Dakota. The husband of a Saskatchewan woman charged earlier this week is one of three other people arrested Court documents obtained by CBC provide details of the case against suspected human smugglers in Regina.
"21.04.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca Bill O'Reilly wasn't fired because of what he did — he was fired because it got out: Opinion The fact is, O'Reilly would still be bloviating nightly on Fox had the New York Times not decided to spend some time and money on good journalism, scaring off his advertisers. O'Reilly would still be bloviating nightly had the New York Times not scared off his advertisers, writes Neil Macdonald.
"21.04.2017 15:59:36" LIVE: Trudeau and Italian prime minister meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to reporters after hosting Italy's Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Parliament Hill.
"21.04.2017 15:30:00" Daily life in North Korea Few outsiders ever visit North Korea. So, what's life like in the world's most reclusive country?
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"21.04.2017 15:01:04" York police on child trafficking LIVE: York Regional Police police in Ontario give update on child sex trafficking probe that led to over 100 arrests http://www.cbc.ca/1.4078982
"21.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Canada slaps new round of sanctions on Syria Canada is imposing additional sanctions on Syria, mounting more pressure on the Assad regime to stop attacks on civilians. The new sanctions target 17 high-ranking individuals in the Assad regime and 5 organizations linked chemical weapons.
"21.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Are Canadians ready for no-frills flying? Ultra-low-cost carriers go mainstream in Canada with WestJet's leap into the business. It may be good for fares, but is it good for WestJet? WestJet and the leap into no-frills flying.
"21.04.2017 13:37:45" cbc.ca Hundreds of homes either flooded or surrounded by water as rain in Quebec continues Authorities are on alert for additional flooding as heavy rains continue to batter parts of Quebec. Flooding continues in parts of Quebec with even more rain expected today.
"21.04.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Police had Champs-Elysees gunman in their grasp The Champs-Elysees gunman who shot and killed a police officer just days before France's presidential election was detained in February for threatening police but then freed, officials say. He was also convicted in 2003 of attempted homicide in the French election front-runners have diverged in their reaction to the Paris police shooting.
"21.04.2017 12:01:00" cbc.ca 'Appalling': Woman bumped from Air Canada flight misses $10,000 Galapagos cruise Vicki Russell thought the cruise of the Galapagos Islands she'd booked months in advance would be the trip of a lifetime — until she spoke with an Air Canada agent at the boarding gate. "Air Canada caused me to miss the trip of a lifetime… They could not have cared less."
"21.04.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca The end of ladies and gents? HRM mulls 'universal access' washrooms Halifax councillors have agreed the municipality should investigate making all its washrooms "universal access." That means washrooms that would be gender neutral, and could accommodate people with physical disabilities, small children, or an attendant. "Being able to use the washroom is, I would say, a human right."
"21.04.2017 11:15:09" cbc.ca 'Spoiled and pampered pooch' survives -17 C and predators for 9 days Joey the Brussels Griffon didn't even have his custom fur-trimmed coat, but he's been found safe after being missing for nine days in Hay River, N.W.T. The small dog didn't even have his custom fur coat with him.
"21.04.2017 10:39:17" cbc.ca New Brunswick 'totally unprepared' for fentanyl crisis, critic says The New Brunswick government says it is taking the threat of a fentanyl overdose crisis seriously. But its plan to combat the crisis remains a mystery. "I think we sort of have to figure out is a life worth the $35 naloxone kit."
"21.04.2017 10:33:42" links.lists.cbc.ca Morning Brief: Can Trudeau talk Trump into trade turnabout?; Airline bumping horror story We have all the news you need to start your day all on one page.
"21.04.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca $140K Titanic submarine tours off Newfoundland coast 'not a luxury trip' A private company will start bringing people on $140,000 submarine excursions to The Titanic next spring — but the CEO of OceanGate insists it's no luxury vacation. "It's very much being part of the crew and doing something to advance the knowledge about The Titanic."
"21.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Turn down the suck: Fubar still given'r 15 years after release The Calgary Underground Film Festival (CUFF) is turning up the good and turning down the suck for a special 15th anniversary screening of the cult classic Fubar — a mockumentary on the adventures of Terry and Dean, two headbangers who lived to drink, "Once the credit card was maxed, that was our budget."
"21.04.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca How to prevent your dream vacation from becoming a nightmare Here's how to make sure your dream vacation doesn't turn into a nightmare. Caribbean vacations have left more than a few Canadians feeling stranded after they went without running water or electricity for days at a time.
"21.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Rigaud declares state of emergency due to flooding, homes evacuated Rigaud has declared a state of emergency as water levels continued to rise in communities west of Montreal and in parts of Laval. "Most people are refusing to go."
"21.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Search underway in Hamilton for dog put on wrong WestJet flight A search is underway on Hamilton Mountain for a labradoodle named Cooper, who flew on a WestJet plane to Hamilton by mistake. "I got a call saying they'd put my dog on the wrong flight to a totally different province."
"21.04.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca After dairy, Trump takes swipe at Canada over lumber and energy For the second time this week, U.S. President Donald Trump has given Canada a verbal lashing over what he says are unfair trade practices. "With respect to softwood lumber, our producers and workers have never been found in the wrong," says Canada's foreign minister.
"21.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca $10.25M lawsuit against Calgary Flames, Dennis Wideman filed by injured linesman The NHL linesman who was injured by a hit from Calgary Flames player Dennis Wideman is suing the hockey club and the defenceman for $10.2 million. Wideman was suspended for 10 games after the hit during a game against the Nashville Predators on Jan. 27, 2016.
"21.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca For injured paws and claws, insurance may come in handy for some pets Medical costs over a pet's lifetime can be steep. Insurance plans will cover some veterinary costs, but pet owners are divided on whether they're worth it. It's estimated roughly 1 to 3% of all domestic cats and dogs in the country have some type of insurance.
"21.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Vancouver Aquarium says unknown toxin killed belugas last year The Vancouver Aquarium says an unknown toxin was the cause of death for two belugas last year. "The toxin was likely introduced by food, water, or through human interference," statement reads. Aurora, aged 30, and her calf, Qila, 21, died within nine days of each other in November 2016.
"21.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca How cycling to work could save thousands of lives a year Commuters who cycle to work could cut their risk of cancer, heart disease and premature death substantially, U.K. researchers have found. When investigators compared commuting by walking, cycling, car or public transport or a combination, cycling was the clear winner.
"21.04.2017 02:00:00" Trump slams trade with Canada We can't let Canada, or anybody else, take advantage and do what they did to our workers and to our farmers." http://www.cbc.ca/1.4077856
"21.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Military won't release wounded soldiers until pension paperwork is done: Personnel chief The Canadian military has stopped releasing injured soldiers whose pension and financial paperwork isn't complete, an important step toward making the transition between uniform and civilian life easier. The measure is an important step toward making the journey between uniform and civilian life easier.
"21.04.2017 01:00:08" LIVE NOW: The National for Thursday, April 20, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Thursday, April 20, 2017
"21.04.2017 01:00:00" One police officer has been killed and another two seriously injured in Paris after coming under gunfire on the city's famed Champs Élysées boulevard. One assailant was also killed.
"21.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Coolest fort ever? Edmonton students get creative with cardboard For the students at Ellerslie Campus, learning is as active as can be: the students have constructed a temporary city out of boxes. These students were thinking outside the box.
"21.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Scientists create fluid that seems to defy physics Imagine something that reacts totally opposite to the way it should. That's what scientists at Washington State University have created, and it could help them better understand our universe. "It's just strange. You push something and you see it go in the wrong direction."
"20.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Liberals to test 'name-blind' hiring process for federal public service The federal government is testing a name-blind recruitment process in an attempt to knock down barriers for job-seekers from diverse ethnic backgrounds. The name-blind technique is already practised in a number of European organizations to avoid "unconscious bias" in the hiring process.
"20.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca 4 years after Rana Plaza garment factory disaster, retailers pushed for more disclosure Canadian clothing companies are making some progress in offering more disclosure about where their products are made, but more work is needed, a report says. The report found 17 major clothiers had agreed to sign a "transparency pledge" to disclose information identifying the factories that produce their goods
"20.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Supreme Court of Canada to review 1969 Churchill Falls energy deal The Supreme Court of Canada says it will review the 1969 Churchill Falls energy deal that has been highly profitable for Hydro-Quebec, but much less so for Newfoundland and Labrador. The dam has generated more than $26 billion for Hydro-Quebec, compared with about $2 billion for Newfoundland and Labrador.
"20.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Your internet provider can't pick which apps and services count against your data cap, says CRTC Zero-rating might sound like a good deal, but critics say it violates a core principle of net neutrality — and Canada's telecommunications regulator agrees. "That way, subscribers can choose for themselves what content they want to consume."
"20.04.2017 21:32:12" Rex Murphy AMA Rex Murphy, Point of View host and CBC commentator, is taking your questions on pretty much anything.
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"20.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca With marijuana legalization looming, 420 is different this year Legal recreational marijuana may be on the way, but Toronto's cannabis industry doesn't agree on the challenges that may lie ahead. Toronto's marijuana industry faces a growing divide as it prepares for upcoming federal legalization.
"20.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca 'Joke gone bad': Reality TV stunt leads to charges under the Yukon Waters Act Tony Beets was charged after an episode of 'Gold Rush' aired on the Discovery Channel showing gasoline being poured into a dredge pond on the Indian River. The show filmed gasoline being poured into a dredge pond on the Indian River, then being lit on fire.
"20.04.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and the spinoff franchise that just keeps rolling Mario Kart 8 Deluxe doesn't add much to Nintendo's well-worn formula. Everything plays and feels just as it did before — which is to say, sublime.
"20.04.2017 20:23:26" Paris police investigate shooting LIVE: Paris police investigate shooting on Champs-Élysées
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"20.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Should video, music streaming count towards your cellular data plans? CRTC issues ruling today Canada's telecommunications watchdog is set to release a decision today that could change whether all streaming services count towards customers' cellular data plans. It's a net neutrality case that's being watched by the industry.
"20.04.2017 19:57:01" Trump and Gentiloni press conference LIVE: U.S. President Donald Trump and Italian Premier Paolo Gentiloni take questions following their meeting.
"20.04.2017 19:49:18" cbc.ca Paris shooter killed after firing on police, killing 1 officer Two attackers fired at police on Paris's central Champs Élysées boulevard, killing one officer and wounding another. One of the shooters was also killed. BREAKING
"20.04.2017 19:32:38" cbc.ca 2 dead and 3 seriously injured after logging train derails on Vancouver Island Two people were killed after a logging train derailed on north Vancouver Island Thursday morning. Three others were seriously injured and remained in hospital. BREAKING:
"20.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Environmental group sues federal minister over failing to report on caribou habitat conservation An environmental group is taking Canada's environment minister to court for what it says is a failure to uphold its responsibilities laid out in the Species at Risk Act. The caribou's habitat extends from Labrador to the Yukon, spreading across nine provinces and territories.
"20.04.2017 19:00:00" Trudeau on Trump's dairy comments "Let's not pretend that we're in a global free market when it comes to agriculture," Justin Trudeau said in response to recent comments from Donald Trump on the Canadian dairy industry. http://www.cbc.ca/1.4077625
"20.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Russian think-tank drew up plan to sway 2016 election, U.S. officials say A Russian government think-tank controlled by Vladimir Putin developed a plan to swing the 2016 U.S. presidential election to Donald Trump. The institute is run by retired senior Russian foreign intelligence officials.
"20.04.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Your headphones are spying on you, Bose customer alleges in class action lawsuit Bose Corp spies on its wireless headphone customers by using an app that tracks the music, podcasts and other audio they listen to, and violates their privacy. It's perhaps an unwanted additional feature.
"20.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca WestJet to launch 'ultra low-cost' no-frills carrier WestJet says it will unveil a new, ultra-low-cost carrier later this year that will cater to Canadian flyers looking for cheaper fares with no frills. WestJet's new carrier will compete with the low-cost NewLeaf airline.
"20.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca It's 420: While pot fans light up today, Bay Street plans for profits Thousands of Canadians are marking 420 today, the countercultural day to celebrate marijuana, by lighting up in public at events across the country. "How rare is it for Canada to be sitting in a lead position with all these companies which are rapidly evolving and growing in the space?"
"20.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca A rare look at daily life in Pyongyang Views of public life are tightly controlled in North Korea. But during a recent six-day trip to Pyongyang, CBC News got a look at life on the streets of the capital city. Life in North Korea can look weird, but not in the ways you might think.
"20.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca 'Something is clearly wrong': Poll suggests older Canadians want government to protect savings A new poll conducted by CARP, the country's national advocacy group for older Canadians, suggests strong support for financial industry reform "I think what we have is a situation where investors' interests are not coming first."
"20.04.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca U.K. PM takes flak from opponents after saying she won't do TV debates Twenty-four hours after announcing a spring election no one saw coming, Theresa May finds herself in the eye of a storm that could have been avoided. The British prime minister announced Wednesday she plans to skip any live televised debates ahead of the "She says it's about leadership, yet is refusing to defend her record in television debates." – Labour Party's Jeremy Corbyn
"20.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Trump's solution to 'unfair' American dairy woes: blame Canada U.S. President Donald Trump swaggered into Wisconsin Tuesday and told anxious American farmers that he knew the solution to their problems: beat up Canada for how it runs its dairy industry. But there's a difference between sabre-rattling and actually It seems that everything has gone wrong since Canada came along.
"20.04.2017 15:00:34" New report on use of solitary confinement LIVE: Ontario ombudsman releases report on the use of solitary confinement in prisons. For what helped trigger this report: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3821245
"20.04.2017 15:00:00" How Portugal reduced drug overdoses Does the answer to B.C.'s overdose crisis lie in Portugal?
For more: https://youtu.be/uQJ7n-JpcCk
"20.04.2017 14:34:26" Pat Stogran NDP leadership bid LIVE: Retired colonel Pat Stogran holds a news conference to announce his bid for the NDP leadership. http://www.cbc.ca/1.3051853
"20.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca 1,300 Canadians have died with medical assistance since legalization—here's one man's story More than 1,300 people in Canada have chosen to end their lives since medically assisted dying became legal. Rob Rollins, a 56-year-old who lived in a rural village in eastern Ontario, was one of them. "I just told him I loved him, held him. And it was over in about five minutes. Very peaceful."
"20.04.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Did the Bank of Canada give Sir John A. a $10 haircut? A new banknote to commemorate Canada's 150th birthday appears this June, but only after a last-minute design change to remove a stray lock of hair from Sir John A. Macdonald. A focus group report noted: "Hair on the right side of Sir John A. Macdonald's face touching Sir George-Étienne Cartier's ear."
"20.04.2017 13:21:16" Wynne on new housing market rules LIVE: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announces measures aimed at cooling southern Ontario's housing and rental market. http://www.cbc.ca/1.4077094
"20.04.2017 12:34:05" cbc.ca How this woman made big money selling her house ... and then stayed in it What if you could cash out on your home when the market's hot and then stay in it? That's what some sellers are doing by renting their properties back from the buyers, for less than what their previous mortgage payments were. "It's like freedom 71. My mortgage is paid off. I invested the extra money and I can travel or do whatever I want."
"20.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Ontario to impose foreign buyers tax, expand rent control Ontario's Liberal government will slap a 15 per cent tax on home purchases by non-resident foreigners and will expand the province's existing rent control system to cover all tenants, CBC News has learned. Ontario plans to bring in a 15% 'non-resident speculation tax' on home purchases in the Golden Horseshoe area.
"20.04.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca The psychology of a cranky trip to Costco What happens to otherwise pleasant people when they cross the threshold into the big box world? It turns out we're hard wired to act like hunter-gatherers when we get into stores like Costco. 'You're not so much shopping with people, you're shopping against them.'
"20.04.2017 11:00:00" Moncton's bid for U.S. workers Employers in Moncton, N.B., have open jobs they say they can't fill — so a push is on to try and draw workers from the U.S.
For more: https://youtu.be/hK2VOea7Uz4
"20.04.2017 10:30:00" links.lists.cbc.ca Morning brief: Trump blames Canada; Canadians like Liberals' cannabis legalization We've gathered this morning's headlines and everything you need to get ready for the day ahead, all on one page.
"20.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Mother speaks out after son with autism swindled in 'despicable' scam Susan Torrie is worried that other vulnerable people might be at risk, after a woman defrauded her son and drained his bank account. A "pretty despicable" scam has threatened the man's independence and robbed him of two weeks pay.
"20.04.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Calgary judges volunteer time to alleviate backlog in family law cases Six Calgary judges have volunteered their time to help alleviate a massive backlog in the courts for cases involving family matters, CBC News has learned. The six judges have committed to work a week more than their regular schedules to accommodate five half-day family court applications
"20.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Rare Vancouver Island stamp could fetch up to $15,000 The very first stamp issued when Vancouver Island was its own colony is on the auction block. The 1860 stamp coloured "dull rose" is the first issued for the British North America Crown colony.
"20.04.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Edmonton Catholic school board wants mandatory vaccinations for all Alberta students Edmonton Catholic Schools is calling on the province to make vaccines mandatory for students attending all publicly funded schools. There is a "reduced appetite" among some parents to vaccinate their children, one trustee said.
"20.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Montreal's culinary king crowns Toronto best food city in Canada Montreal chef David McMillan has broken ranks with la belle province to crown Toronto as Canada's greatest food destination. The Joe Beef chef raves about Toronto's diverse, lavish restaurant scene and Ontario farm products.
"20.04.2017 05:30:00" cbc.ca Halifax Chronicle Herald's strike publication gets twice as many award nods as paper itself A news site staffed entirely by journalists on strike from the Halifax Chronicle Herald has been nominated for twice as many Atlantic Journalism Awards as the newspaper itself. Local XPress is nominated for six AJA awards, while The Herald, which is the city's flagship paper, is up for three.
"20.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Metrolinx can't cancel Bombardier contract, judge rules Metrolinx can't just tear up its $770-million contract with Bombardier for light rail vehicles, a Toronto judge has ruled. The ruling compels both Metrolinx and Bombardier to go back to the bargaining table to work out a solution.
"20.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca More mudslides in Colombia kill at least 14 people A deluge of rain set off landslides that smashed homes and filled streets with mud Wednesday in a mountain city in a coffee-growing part of Colombia, and authorities said at least 14 people were killed and two dozen injured. The disaster struck in the early morning when many people in Manizales were still asleep.
"20.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca It's official: Serena Williams is pregnant and due in the fall A spokeswoman for Serena Williams says the tennis star is pregnant. "I'm happy to confirm Serena is expecting a baby this Fall."
"20.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca 2 Canadian musicals, including Come From Away, land Drama League nods Come From Away and Ride the Cyclone, two musicals with Canadian creators, are in the running for this year's prestigious Drama League Awards. Both plays are nominees in the outstanding production of a Broadway or off-Broadway musical category.
"20.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Bill O'Reilly's departure creates new challenges for Fox With its biggest star departing in another blow-up over sexual harassment, Fox News faces some big challenges. It now has to show that it can hang on to its loyal conservative viewers, improve its working culture, and still continue to make big bucks for Fox News's parent company said it has "full confidence that the network will continue to be a powerhouse in cable news."
"20.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Government says there's no 'free ticket' to Canada as number of asylum seekers climbs The number of asylum seekers illegally crossing the border from the U.S. into Canada continues to climb, but the government says they still represent only a fraction of the total new arrivals to the country. "They represent only a fraction of all the newcomers we welcome every year, and do not impinge on the regular system."
"20.04.2017 01:00:08" LIVE NOW: The National for Wednesday, April 19, 2017 LIVE: This is The National for Wednesday, April 19, 2017
"20.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca What's Trump's problem with Canada's milk? Donald Trump's attack on NAFTA Tuesday isn't the first time Canada's dairy production system has come under fire. What's the U.S. so upset about? The president recently called the agreement a "one-sided deal."
"20.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Alberta bars the hiring of foreign workers for 29 high-skilled jobs Alberta companies looking to hire temporary foreign workers in one of 29 high-skilled job categories will be directed to a new service that will match them with qualified local workers. The categories include civil and mechanical engineers, plumbers, electricians and carpenters.
"20.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Starting Monday, Ontario to collect data on homebuyers' citizenship Starting Monday, homebuyers in Ontario will have to provide more information about their citizenship and place of residence when they buy a piece of real estate anywhere in the province. The rules apply to anyone who buys a piece of land in the province that contains between one and six single-family homes.
"19.04.2017 23:30:00" From regular Jason to Dart Guy It's the playoffs. It's Toronto. It's Dart Guy.
"19.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Pace of cord-cutting is increasing in Canada, new report says The decline in the number of Canadian television subscribers and the growth in households that are either cord cutters or have never been traditional TV subscribers is accelerating, according to a new report. Canada's TV subscriber base is declining by two per cent each year, and a three per cent drop is predicted for 2019.
"19.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Emirates cuts flights to U.S. in wake of electronics travel ban The biggest airline in the Middle East says it will offer fewer flights to the U.S. starting now, a direct response to dwindling demand following new U.S. rules banning electronics in the cabin on flights from certain destinations. The new regulations have had a "direct impact on consumer interest and demand for air travel into the U.S."
"19.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Bored of your Fitbit? Winnipeg researcher explains how motivations change over time If you've purchased a fitness tracker in recent years, you may have personally experienced what one University of Winnipeg researcher calls the "attentional switch" from a positive outlook in the beginning to a fear of failure near the end. Over time people's focus tends to shift from a more positive outlook in the beginning to a fear of failure.
"19.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Newly discovered exoplanet best place to search for life, astronomers say About 40 light-years from Earth, a small but massive rocky world orbits a cool, red star. It's here, researchers say, where the best chance in our search for life may exist. While astronomers are continually finding planets that are potentially habitable, scientists say this one is even more promising than any to date.
"19.04.2017 21:01:48" Canada's housing market Q&A CBC's Jacqueline Hansen takes your questions on Canada's roaring real estate market with analyst Alex Avery and columnist Ellen Roseman.
"19.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Errant parachutist snarls flights to and from Calgary A parachutist caused major problems at Calgary International Airport early Monday evening, flying a powered parachute in the path of planes. A parachutist flew into the path of planes at the Calgary airport this week, causing major problems.
"19.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Thirsty fan breaks into Drake's California home just to drink his pop, water A thirsty intruder was arrested inside Toronto rapper Drake's Southern California house, but the woman apparently did nothing but drink the rapper's water and pop. Worst behaviour.
"19.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Richard Simmons addresses fans in new statement to People After an absence from the spotlight, Richard Simmons is speaking out directly to his fans, saying, 'Hope to see you again soon!' "Well by now you know that I'm not 'missing,' just a little under the weather… Hope to see you again soon!"
"19.04.2017 19:19:25" cbc.ca Fox News ends ties with host Bill O'Reilly Fox News has decided to part ways with star host Bill O'Reilly following allegations of sexual harassment, the network said in a statement. BREAKING:
"19.04.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Regina woman charged with human smuggling A Regina woman is facing charges after a four-month investigation into human smuggling. Michelle Omoruyi, 43, has been charged with human smuggling after four-month RCMP investigation.
"19.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Lanny McDonald, Klassen, Weir lead Canada's Sports Hall of Fame newcomers Former NHL forward Lanny McDonald, speed skating icon Cindy Klassen and golfer Mike Weir headline the 2017 class of inductees to Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, which was announced today in Toronto. Canada's Sports Hall of Fame announced its 2017 class, including Cindy Klassen, Lanny McDonald, Mike Weir, Simon Whitfield and Carol Huynh.
"19.04.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Serena Williams reveals she is pregnant Serena Williams will return to world No. 1 next week but may not stay atop the rankings for long after revealing on Wednesday that she is pregnant. If Serena Williams is indeed at 20 weeks, she won the Australian Open when she was pregnant.
"19.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca How oilsands facilities prepare in case of another wildfire With the one year anniversary of the Fort McMurray wildfire a few weeks away and another hot summer approaching, oil and gas companies are working to improve their protection and response in case of another monumental fire. Alberta oilsands companies are preparing for the worst: another wildfire hitting Fort McMurray.
"19.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca 'It just went past our left wing': Air Canada flight avoids drone near Ottawa airport A drone was spotted in the air by the crew of an airliner approaching the Ottawa airport on Tuesday. "Tower, we just had to avoid a drone here on final [approach]. It just went past our left wing."
"19.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian films for people who aren't into Canadian films To celebrate the biggest National Canadian Film Day ever, CBC's Eli Glasner suggests 5 Canadian flicks that don't suck. Are Canadian films just not your thing? Here are some suggestions you just might like. #CanFilmDay
"19.04.2017 16:00:57" cbc.ca Canada will legalize pot, after arresting a bunch of people for pot offences first: Opinion Why the government cannot simply decide to invoke prosecutorial and police discretion, and cease enforcing the cannabis laws it considers unjust, was not explained. Why that would necessarily be a "free for all" also went unexplained. Why the government cannot simply cease enforcing the cannabis laws it considers unjust has not been explained.
"19.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Why did the Liberals in leaky old Ottawa get so angry about shipbuilding stories? One of the most curious aspects of the criminal investigation involving Vice-Admiral Mark Norman is the notion that one particular leak, involving the navy's deal to acquire a temporary supply ship, stood out among all of the other leaks that flood Ottawa is a city of leaks. But not all leaks are created equal.
"19.04.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca British Parliament approves snap election British lawmakers have, as expected, voted in favour of the snap election proposed yesterday by Prime Minister Theresa May, setting the date for June 8. Britons will go to the polls in June.
"19.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca No need to panic, but Earth just got buzzed by an asteroid A large asteroid discovered three years ago whipped past Earth this morning. 2014 JO25 is one of the largest objects to pass this close to the Earth since 2004.
"19.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca What it's like reporting from North Korea CBC correspondent Saša Petricic was in Pyongyang last week to cover North Korea's biggest yearly celebration — the 105th anniversary of the birth of the country's founding father, Kim Il-sung. CBC correspondent Saša Petricic said a government minder was his constant 'shadow' in Pyongyang.
"19.04.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian envoy fires back at Trump over dairy claims Canada's envoy to Washington has shot back at criticism by President Donald Trump and U.S. milk producers, saying the facts don't support a charge that the Canadian dairy industry is to blame for the woes of some American farmers. "Canada is not to blame for the global situation that both Canadian and American farmers face."
"19.04.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'We know we need to do better': Facebook reviewing practices after killing posted online The posting of a video showing a 74-year-old man's shooting death on Facebook is raising questions about whether social media sites and their users have a role to play in preventing real-world violence from finding an audience online. A video of Robert Godwin's killing was posted on Facebook and stayed there for a few hours before being removed.
"19.04.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez found dead in cell Former pro football player and convicted killer Aaron Hernandez has been found dead in his Massachusetts jail cell, according to prison officials. Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder in 2015. He was acquitted last week in a double murder trial.
"19.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca 'Nightmare' Cuba holiday with no running water leaves people urinating in bushes A Nova Scotia man is not giving up his battle for a full refund of his all-inclusive Sunwing Vacations trip to Cuba. Ben Nanton he's still fighting for a full refund from Sunwing Vacations.
"19.04.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca 'I am a member of ISIS': 2 prisoners in Mosul explain why they joined the jihadists As the battle to defeat ISIS in Mosul continues, security forces are rounding up those suspected of supporting the militants. CBC News met two detainees who admit they joined ISIS, but now claim that was a mistake. CBC's Derek Stoffel talks with two Iraqi ISIS members about why they joined.
"19.04.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca National Police Federation files application to unionize Mounties Mounties are one step closer to forming their first union. The National Police Federation filed an application for certification at the Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board in Ottawa. The federation seeks to represent 17,945 RCMP members under the rank of inspector.
"19.04.2017 10:34:47" links.lists.cbc.ca Morning Brief: Trump vs. Canada on dairy; photogenic iceberg; snap U.K. election Massive, photogenic iceberg charms Newfoundland's Southern Shore ... and more!
"19.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Vimy gunner's dog tags found in French garden 100 years after death On the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, former Cambridge, Ont., resident Cynthia Kerr found an online post from a man who said he'd dug up her uncle's First World War dog tags in his garden in France. A man in France said he had been digging in his garden near Amiens and found 17 different dog tags. Harold Kerr's was among them.
"19.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Want to see more rental apartment buildings? Then back off rent control changes, developers say Developers working on new rental housing buildings will convert their projects into condos if the province changes its rent control rules, according to the group that represents them. The Federation of Rental-housing Providers of Ontario says changing current regulations could slow down the building of more rental properties.
"19.04.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca You can grow your own way: St. John's man wants to start marijuana nursery A St. John's man hopes to start a business focused on helping people grow their own pot plants at home. Thomas Clarke wants to grow what he calls "mother plants," which could be further cut for customers looking to grow plants of their own.
"19.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Ottawa could collect millions from GST on Alberta, B.C. carbon taxes The federal government stands to raise as much as $280 million in revenue off provincial carbon taxes in Alberta and B.C. in the next two years despite claims carbon taxes would be revenue neutral for Ottawa. The CRA has said that provincial carbon taxes will be subject to GST.
"19.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Nurse stunned that $26K donated to pay her fine for complaining about grandfather's care online Nurse Carolyn Strom, from Prince Albert, Sask., says a national online fundraising campaign has left her completely amazed after enough money was raised to cover a fine she received for complaining about her grandfather's care. Strom posted on Facebook that staff caring for her grandfather weren't "up to speed" on palliative care or how to "help maintain an aging senior's dignity."
"19.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian envoy fires back at Trump over dairy Canada's envoy to Washington has shot back at criticism by President Donald Trump and U.S. milk producers, saying the facts don't support a charge that the Canadian dairy industry is to blame for the woes of some American farmers. "Canada does not accept the contention that Canada's dairy policies are the cause of financial loss for dairy farmers in the United States."
"19.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Why Calgary developers face a long haul to dig out stalled office projects It could be a long haul for developers in Calgary who are trying to get their stalled office developments back on track, with six sites on the city's official list and more expected to be added soon. The list of unfinished projects is expected to increase.
"19.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca WaitSuite wants you to make the most of your tech wait times Frustrated by slow technology? A new tool from MIT will make that time wasted waiting for your tech more productive. The app wants people to make use of the " in-between" moments.
"19.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca N.B. runner finishes Boston Marathon — at 8 months pregnant Running the Boston Marathon was on Julie McGivery's bucket list, although crossing the finish line while 32 weeks pregnant was not the way she planned to do it. Julie McGivery found out she was pregnant the same day she received her official acceptance letter to the Boston Marathon.
"19.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Woman calls on Nova Scotia to update rules on breast reduction surgery MSI will only pay for breast reduction surgery if a patient's body mass index is 27 or less. "I can't run, I can't do sports. I'm unable to move my body properly or without pain in order to aid in losing weight."
"19.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Theresa May's snap U.K. election call an easy one to make British Prime Minister Theresa May's snap election call for June 8 came as a surprise, though the polls suggest it should be no surprise at all. The Conservatives are heavily favoured in a snap vote.
"19.04.2017 01:00:07" LIVE NOW: The National for Tuesday, April 18, 2017
"19.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca United CEO says no one will be fired for dragging incident United Airlines executives said Tuesday that it's too soon to know if last week's dragging of a man off a plane is hurting ticket sales. The chief executive said no one will be fired over the incident. Munoz and other executives vowed to treat customers with dignity.
"19.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Come From Away joins Broadway's 'million dollar club' The musical telling the story of plane passengers stuck in Newfoundland after 9/11 grossed over $1 million in ticket sales last week. This benchmark puts Come From Away in the same company as Wicked, Hamilton and The Lion King.
"19.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Bad news for Metro Vancouver home buyers as prices climb The latest report from Royal LePage offers grim news to anyone hoping to buy a home in the Vancouver area. "There is now reason to believe that the market correction underway in Vancouver may be short-lived."
"18.04.2017 23:30:00" An iceberg created a traffic jam in rural Newfoundland.
"18.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca 'The hype was crazy': In Toronto's real estate lottery, the winners pity the losers As some Toronto-area homeowners cash out of their ultra-valuable houses, a Tuesday meeting between federal, provincial, and municipal leaders resulted in no major actions to address the scorching hot real estate market in the Greater Toronto Area. "We knew we would get good money, but we didn't think it would yield that much at this point."
"18.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca New Trump executive order targets high-skilled workers on special H1-B visas President Donald Trump on Tuesday will order federal agencies to look at tightening a temporary visa program used to bring high-skilled foreign workers to the United States, as he tries to carry out his campaign pledges to get U.S. companies to hire Canada and U.S. have a 'one-sided' trade deal for dairy that's unfair to American farmers.
"18.04.2017 22:00:00" Prince and Lady Gaga discuss mental health Prince William had a long chat with Lady Gaga about mental health issues. For more: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4073547
"18.04.2017 21:30:00" A nationwide manhunt for Steve Stephens started three days ago when, according to police, he posted a video of himself killing Robert Godwin Sr.
For the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4073732
"18.04.2017 21:00:00" North Korea Q&A CBC's Saša Petricic in Beijing takes your questions on North Korea after his visit to Pyongyang.
"18.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca No need to panic: Earth expecting flyby from asteroid A large asteroid discovered three years ago will be visible to stargazers starting on Wednesday. The asteroid has twice the reflectivity the moon does, though little else is known.
"18.04.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Kevin Spacey to host Broadway's Tony Awards Kevin Spacey has been picked to host this year's Tony Awards, putting the award-winning star of House of Cards in the unenviable position of steering a telecast surely facing a post-Hamilton hangover. "Maybe I can get shortlisted to host the Oscars if everyone else turns it down."
"18.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Transcontinental selling 93 newspapers in Ontario and Quebec Montreal-based printing company Transcontinental Inc. said Tuesday it is putting its 93 local and regional newspapers in Quebec and Ontario up for sale. It sold media assets in Atlantic Canada last week.
"18.04.2017 19:39:38" LIVE: Finance ministers and mayor address skyrocketing GTA housing market http://www.cbc.ca/1.4072808
"18.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca United CEO says no one will be fired for dragging incident United Airlines executives said Tuesday that it's too soon to know if last week's dragging of a man off a plane is hurting ticket sales. The chief executive said no one will be fired over the incident. "You can and should expect more from us, and as CEO I take full responsibility for making this right."
"18.04.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Dozens of firefighters have respiratory problems after Fort McMurray wildfire, early findings show Nearly a year after a wildfire devastated Fort McMurray, many firefighters who worked to save the city are facing lingering health problems, according to preliminary findings of new research. The University of Alberta study found one in five of the 355 firefighters surveyed reported persistent respiratory issues including coughing, breathlessness, wheezing and chest tightness.
"18.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca 'Soil your undies' to test the quality of your soil The Soil Conservation Council of Canada is encouraging people to bury their underwear in the garden. This comes as part of national soil conservation week and the Soil Your Undies Campaign. Burying your underwear can help you test for organic matter.
"18.04.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca 'Able to be who he is': Transgender 11-year-old from P.E.I. shares story Logan Daley, an 11-year-old from Montague, P.E.I., has gone public about being a boy — and says doing so has been a huge relief. "For us, it's 11 years late! Introducing our son Logan Daley!"
"18.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Can body positivity be too positive? A P.E.I. woman asks An Island woman is questioning the current body positivity movement — Tammy MacKinnon, a 43-year-old mother of four from Cornwall, P.E.I., wonders if women are being encouraged to love themselves the way they are rather than attempting to make healthy "I almost feel sometimes like we're supposed to glamourize being overweight."
"18.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Polygamy trial set to begin for B.C. man accused of marrying 24 times in 25 years Winston Blackmore of Bountiful is accused of having two dozen wives over a 25-year period. The legal fight dates back to the '90s when police first investigated allegations that residents were practicing "celestial'' marriages.
"18.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca Suspect in Facebook slaying kills self after car chase, police say The fugitive suspected of shooting and killing a man, then posting a video of the slaying on Facebook over the weekend, killed himself today following a police chase, Pennsylvania State Police say. The motivation for the crime is still a mystery as local, state and federal police search for Steve Stephens.
"18.04.2017 16:18:14" Police update on alleged Facebook killer Steve Stephens LIVE: Pennsylvania state police update on alleged Facebook killer Steve Stephens. cbc.ca/1.4073732
"18.04.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca Hot Toronto market helps pull national average home price up 8% to over $548K in March Canadian home prices continue to march higher, with the average up to $548,517 last month. The national figure continues to be skewed higher by hot activity in and around Toronto. In addition to prices, the volume of home sales was also higher during the month, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.
"18.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca The prince and the pop star: Lady Gaga opens up about mental health on chat with Prince William Prince William has brought Lady Gaga onboard in his efforts to persuade people to be more open about their mental health and crush the stigma associated with the issue. It is "time that everyone speaks up," Prince William declares.
"18.04.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca 'The system failed': addict kept getting prescribed opioids, says grieving mom A Steinbach mother says her drug-addicted daughter is dead in part because a doctor helped fuel her drug habit. Lisa Erickson died with prescription morphine in her lap, days after being released from the hospital for overdosing.
"18.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau sends more ministers to U.S. amid NAFTA and border tax worries With U.S. President Donald Trump hoping to renegotiate NAFTA and others suggesting the imposition of a border adjustment tax on imports to the U.S., the Trudeau government has been at pains to stress how the American economy benefits from access to Three more ministers lobby for the importance of maintaining unfettered trade between Canada and the U.S.
"18.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Prince Charles, Camilla to attend Canada's birthday festivities Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will make a four-day royal visit to help celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation. Gov. Gen. David Johnston announced the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be here from June 29 to July 1. The four-day itinerary will take the royal couple to the capital region, Ontario and Nunavut.
"18.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca How an oilsands facility became a makeshift hospital during the wildfire Mavis Ure describes the experience as a "crazy, crazy, crazy day" when she and her newborn twins were forced to leave the hospital as a wildfire roared toward Fort McMurray nearly a year ago. "You would never in a million years imagine that something like that is going to happen during the birth of your child."
"18.04.2017 13:33:09" Cleveland police update on Robert Godwin murder LIVE: Cleveland police update on Facebook shooting death of 74-year-old Robert Godwin.
"18.04.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Freedom Mobile says sorry for selling this man an iPhone made with knock-off parts Freedom Mobile is apologizing after it sold an iPhone that had been refurbished with counterfeit parts. The company is not an official Apple retailer. The company says its retailers are not authorized to sell iPhones and a dealer "made a mistake."
"18.04.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca What governments could do to cool house prices in Toronto area All three levels of government meet Tuesday in Toronto to figure out ways to cool the red-hot housing market in the region, where average home prices have shot up 33 per cent in a year. The average Toronto-area home now costs more than 12 times the average household's gross annual income.
"18.04.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Why we should be thanking Burger King for hijacking our smart home devices: Opinion Last week, Burger King ran a television ad asking, "Okay Google, what is the Whopper Burger?" which triggered smart home device in viewers' homes. Many users are understandably annoyed, but the effect of the ad might not be all bad. A new Burger King ad woke us up to vulnerabilities within our own homes, CBC's Ramona Pringle says.
"18.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca 'We see an opportunity': Moncton making a big push to lure workers from the U.S. Moncton has peddled its low cost-of-living and maritime charm to prospective employees before, but in the days after the U.S. election the New Brunswick city took its pitch to a new audience — Americans. Hundreds of people turned up at New York City job fair organized by Moncton-area employers.
"18.04.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Next forecast by the man who predicted Trump's win? Impeachment If Donald Trump was happy with Allan Lichtman's prediction that he would win the presidency in 2016, he might not be so thrilled with this next prediction: impeachment. "I just don't think he has the temperament, the history or the qualifications to be president."
"18.04.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Campus clash: Students battle over what constitutes free speech With the rise in trigger warnings and safe spaces on campuses, some students say their unpopular, sometimes controversial ideas are being silenced because of what they call political correctness. Others say free speech is being used to mask sexist, racist Some say they are discriminated against for their unpopular or controversial opinions.
"18.04.2017 10:20:19" cbc.ca Theresa May seeks early election in U.K. British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday she will seek an early election for the U.K., to be held on June 8. May says she is seeking to strengthen her party's position heading into the negotiations for Brexit.
"18.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca No plan for pot-conviction amnesty amid legalization move, Liberals say The federal public safety minister says the plan to legalize recreational marijuana does not include a general amnesty for past pot convictions. Don't expect blanket pardon of past convictions for marijuana possession, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says.
"18.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Dead endangered whale may have been hit by ship Researchers say preliminary findings show an endangered North Atlantic right whale may have been struck and killed by a ship off the coast of Massachusetts. Only a few hundred North Atlantic right whales still exist in the world.
"18.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Here's the object that caused hours of delays at Toronto's Pearson airport U.S. Customs officials have released an image of an object found in a suitcase of an American man as he attempted to board a flight in Toronto. American Joseph Galaska was charged with mischief after a "mock IED" was found in his suitcase.
"18.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Saskatchewan ranchers stunned as beaver herds 150 cattle Rancher Adrienne Ivey may have heard of a beaver, but up until now, had never seen a beaver herd. Cattle, that is. Yes, a cattle-herding beaver.
"18.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Senators beat Bruins in 2nd straight OT game to take series lead Ottawa's Bobby Ryan tipped the puck past Boston goalie Tuukka Rask shortly after drawing a penalty for the visiting Senators. Ottawa was awarded a power play early in the overtime period, and Bobby Ryan capitalized.
"18.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca New telescope at the top of the world to look at universe's earliest origins A new telescope being built in the high desert of Chile will peer further into the origins of our universe than any other. "New kinds of science, new kinds of discoveries are possible."
"18.04.2017 02:35:00" cbc.ca Leafs stun Capitals in overtime (again) to take series lead Toronto dug out from a pair of two-goal deficits in the victory, taking unlikely control of the playoff series against the league-best Washington Capitals. Tyler Bozak was the hero for Toronto on Monday night.
"18.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Ex-Wells Fargo VP sues bank who fired her for not scamming customers A woman has sued Wells Fargo Bank, saying she was fired for refusing to participate in a scheme to manipulate accounts and sell products not in customers' best interests. Melinda Bini says she was later fired for refusing to participate.
"18.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Turkish referendum: Erdogan's narrow victory and the country's deep divide Fifty-one per cent of Turks backed President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's push for a more powerful presidency, but no one seems content with the slim majority result. Turkey's past is in constant conflict with its future, CBC News' Nil Köksal writes from Istanbul.
"18.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Kenyans rule men's, women's races at Boston Marathon Kenya's Geoffrey Kirui won the 121st Boston Marathon on Monday, pulling away from American Galen Rupp with about two miles to go, while Kenyan policewoman Edna Kiplagat won the women's race. City officials announced plans for memorials to mark the sites where 2 bombs exploded during the 2013 marathon.
"18.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Prince got oxycodone prescription under friend's name, court files show Just days before he died, the musician obtained a prescription for the opioid oxycodone in the name of a friend, according to statements in newly unsealed court documents. Search-warrant records also mention pamphlet for addiction recovery centre found in the musician's home.
"17.04.2017 23:30:00" Somali family reunites at Saint John Airport Watch a Somali family living in Saint John get reunited after spending decades apart.
"17.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Turkish opposition urges cancellation of referendum result Turkey's main opposition party on Monday urged the country's electoral board to cancel the results of a landmark referendum that granted sweeping new powers to the nation's president, citing what it called substantial voting irregularities. International observers who monitored the voting also found irregularities.
"17.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Stanley Cup playoffs: Leading men and startling trends The 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs are only five days old, but impact players and stunning trends have already emerged. Here are five facts we have learned in less than a week. The Habs, Leafs, Senators and Oilers are all thriving with new playmakers.
"17.04.2017 22:00:00" The National for Mon., April 17, 2017 This is The National for Monday, April 17, 2017
"17.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Chinese economy gains steam, now growing at fastest pace since 2015 China's economic recovery is gaining traction, with growth rising to its fastest pace in more than a year between January and March. Fears of a trade and currency war with the U.S. have abated after President Trump toned down his previously antagonistic comments against Beijing.
"17.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Cleveland Facebook killer could be anywhere, police say Authorities are on the hunt for Steve Stephens, 37, who they say videotaped himself shooting an elderly Cleveland man and then posted it on Facebook. Police said Monday the suspect's last known location was at the shooting site.
"17.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Prince Harry close to 'complete breakdown,' got counselling after Diana's death Prince Harry has broken with the royal tradition of keeping silent on mental health issues by speaking candidly about getting help for emotional problems after his mother's death. "My way of dealing with it was sticking my head in the sand, refusing to ever think about my mum, because why would that help?"
"17.04.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Oilsands workers grapple with mental health challenges a year after Alberta wildfire One year after the Fort McMurray wildfire, Alberta oilsands companies are still working to improve the mental health of workers and their families. "Emotionally, it was one of the most draining weeks I've had."
"17.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Rabbit rescues prepare for peak season, expecting Easter bunnies to be abandoned Rabbit rescue organizations are preparing for an influx of surrendered and stray bunnies as Easter weekend comes to an end. Parents who buy animals for children don't understand what they're getting into, one group says.
"17.04.2017 19:00:00" Professional scarecrows fire blank cartridges at hungry geese Real life 'scarecrows' carry pistols and fire blanks to keep hungry geese off farmers' fields.
"17.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Space station cargo mission includes toying with fire in orbit A spacecraft set to launch Tuesday is to bring thousands of kilograms of cargo to the International Space Station, including supplies for the crew and a curious scientific experiment. A fire will be deliberately set aboard an unmanned spaceship.
"17.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Waiting for more European cheese in Canada? Champagne's decision sets the menu More European cheese is set to ship to Canada tariff free this summer, as a hotly anticipated part of the EU trade deal rolls in. Nearly 18,000 tonnes of EU cheese sounds like a lot, but it's actually just a thin slice of Canada's tightly controlled market.
"17.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca A glacial river has a dramatic change of course in Yukon's Kluane Park Climate change has caused the massive Kaskawulsh Glacier in the Yukon to retreat so much that its meltwater abruptly switched direction. A river has changed direction because of climate change — a first for geoscience.
"17.04.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca Investment insiders reveal how lax laws put your financial interests last Industry insiders tell Go Public how weak regulations in Canada allow them to ignore their clients' interests and sell them costly financial products and services. Most investment 'advisers' in Canada are actually salespeople.
"17.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca 'It scares me': Permafrost thaw in Canadian Arctic sign of global trend For years now, buildings in Inuvik have been sinking due to thawing permafrost. It's part of a worrying trend across the Arctic, writes David Michael Lamb. The icy underpinnings of some buildings in Inuvik are failing. New science from the North says it's a trend.
"17.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Utah's Bears Ears: Republicans want Trump to erase national park The battle is on for Bears Ears, the park Republicans want Trump to undo. Indigenous groups proposed it, Obama created it, Utah Republicans want it back. Obama created the park as one of his last acts as president.
"17.04.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca More flour brands added to Robin Hood national flour recall The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has added more brands of flour and flour products to the national recall it issued April 12 over fears of E. coli contamination. The flour recall has expanded, again.
"17.04.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca How one Vancouverite went from SFU student to international TV star Longtime Vancouverite Grace Chan lights up the small screen for Hong Kong-based channel TVB. "The best part of it is seeing how proud your parents are of you."
"17.04.2017 10:30:00" cbc.ca Overbooked flights and rising gas prices: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you might miss some consumer news. We're here to help. Here's the consumer news you need to know from CBC News: Marketplace.
"17.04.2017 08:30:00" cbc.ca OPINION | Revenge of the comment section: Pot will be legal, the sky will not fall Commenters largely applaud the new impaired driving measures, but many are split on the virtues of legalized marijuana. Many commenters said the new marijuana legislation isn't anything to worry about, while others aren't so sure.
"17.04.2017 06:30:00" cbc.ca Second Opinion: Chronically tired? Maybe it's your genes Second Opinion is a vital dose of the week's news in health and medicine from reporter Kelly Crowe and CBC Health. Did Canada miss a chance to head off thousands of heart attacks and strokes? Find out in this week's CBC Health newsletter.
"17.04.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Hockey fans debate announcer caught slamming Calgary Flames player on hot mic There is an ongoing debate among hockey fans about who made the on-air gaffe. WARNING: Story and audio contain profanity that may be offensive to some.
"17.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca After dropping giant bomb, U.S. security adviser meets with Afghan leaders H.R. McMaster, U.S. national security adviser, met Afghan officials in Kabul on Sunday and said the new administration was weighing responses to ISIS and the Taliban. McMaster says the U.S. has a more reliable Afghan partner than before.
"17.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Canadiens take 2-1 series lead over Rangers Carey Price made 20 saves to lead the Montreal Canadiens to a 3-1 win over the New York Rangers in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference quarter-final series on Sunday. Alexander Radulov's highlight-reel goal capped off Montreal's win.
"17.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca First rule of beard club? Let's talk about beard club No, you don't need to have to be able to grow a beard or moustache to join this group. They're like hats that sit on top of your mouth, and now there's a club dedicated to them.
"17.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Cleveland police searching for Facebook Live shooting suspect Cleveland police say they are searching for a homicide suspect who broadcast the fatal shooting of another man live on Facebook. Video of the killing was posted on Facebook for about 3 hours before it was removed.
"16.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca 'Enjoyed a big breakfast': Banff washroom bear cubs arrive at Ontario wildlife sanctuary Three black bear cubs are now safe and sound after a cross-country journey to an Ontario wildlife sanctuary. "The cubs tolerated their travel very well."
"16.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Spicey's back: Melissa McCarthy is Sean Spicer the Easter bunny on SNL Saturday Night Live rolled out an Easter theme and a parody contest between Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and the U.S. president's chief strategist Steve Bannon, reflecting speculation on tensions over White House roles. SNL has "A very Spicey Easter."
"16.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Spring cleaning: How to clear your mind of psychological clutter Workplace psychologist Jennifer Newman says spring is the perfect time to freshen up your professional life. Finding balance at work means clearing your mind of negative clutter, according to a workplace psychologist.
"16.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca 'Isolated and alone': The struggle of living without home internet A community organization that works to help low-income families is increasingly frustrated with getting internet access for all. ACORN Canada says there should be a cap on internet costs for people on low incomes.
"16.04.2017 22:00:00" LIVE NOW: The National for Sun., April 16, 2017
"16.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Asylum claims from Mexicans spike in Vancouver as numbers rise again across Canada in March New figures from the Immigration and Refugee Board show that March recorded the highest number yet of new claims in 2017 — 110, up from 85 in February and 71 in January, for a total of 266 so far this year. The majority of newcomers claimed asylum at the Vancouver airport.
"16.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Electoral board confirms win for Yes side in Turkey's referendum Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared victory in Sunday's referendum that will grant sweeping powers to the presidency, hailing the result as a "historic decision." The main opposition says it will challenge 37 per cent of the ballot boxes, citing data "manipulation."
"16.04.2017 20:30:00" Timeline Photos Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen warns that Americans are about to learn what it's like to live under autocratic rule.
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"16.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Tributes flow for Windsor, Ont., man who lobbied for assisted-dying rights for mentally ill An Ontario man who urged the federal government to legalize doctor-assisted dying for people like himself with mental illness has taken his own life. Maier-Clayton told CBC News in November that he has battled anxiety, mood disorder and OCD since he was a child.
"16.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Toronto homeowners cash out of hot real estate market amid uncertainty Many buyers and sellers are waiting to see what will come of Tuesday's scheduled meeting between Finance Minister Bill Morneau, Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa and Toronto Mayor John Tory, who are expected to discuss ways to rein in Toronto's hot An agent says some buyers are delaying purchases in anticipation of possible fixes.
"16.04.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Former NHLers who suffered head trauma prone to psychiatric disorders, Toronto study finds Concussions and high impact sports seem to go hand in hand, and now a new study of pro hockey players conducted in Toronto shows that head trauma can lead to an elevated rate of psychiatric disorders. Head trauma "isn't something you can shake off," says former Maple Leaf Scott Thornton.
"16.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Russia may have meddled, but 'Americans elected Trump,' says Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen The Russian government may have tried to influence the outcome of the U.S. election, but don't blame it for U.S. President Donald Trump's success, says Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen. "There was absolutely an effort to hack … the U.S. election, but Americans elected Trump."
"16.04.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca P.E.I. family's 10-year-old son bumped from overbooked Air Canada flight A Stratford, P.E.I., family is speaking out after their 10-year-old son was bumped from an Air Canada flight during their March Break vacation to Costa Rica. The family estimates they spent at least an extra $1,000 to get their son to Costa Rica.
"16.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Metal as fuel? These Canadian scientists are working to make it happen Researchers at McGill University have been studying the combustion capabilities of metal for more than a decade. Last week, they launched an experiment into space to gain further insight to this yet untapped potential. Imagine one day fuelling your car with iron powder, rather than gasoline.
"16.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Did Ottawa or Montreal host 1st NHL game? Hockey historians finally have the answer For decades historians and hockey nerds have debated where and when the NHL's first puck was dropped. A new discovery finally sheds light on the answer. A long-lost Montreal newspaper ad from 1917 changes hockey history.
"16.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca 'Fit is everything' : How online fashion retailers are tackling a longstanding challenge Retailers are trying to combat shoppers' longstanding reluctance to buy clothing online. Because most people want to try on garments before buying, a slew of new technologies is aimed at giving consumers more confidence to jump in. The final frontier for online shopping is finding fashion that fits.
"16.04.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca 'A paralysis in the system': Pot possession suspects face uncertain future With the tabling of legislation that would make it legal for Canadians to possess a certain amount of marijuana, those currently charged for possession face an unclear future. There's no indication that those facing charges will receive any kind of pardon.
"16.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Tax agency writes off paycheques erroneously sent to ex-employees It's the mirror image of the Phoenix payroll debacle: thousands of Canadians got federal paycheques that they didn't deserve because they were no longer on Canada Revenue Agency's payroll. The CRA is dealing with $2 million in outstanding amounts partly The Canada Revenue Agency is trying to claw back some $2 million in paycheques it erroneously sent to people who don't work there.
"16.04.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca U.S. resolve 'never stronger': Mike Pence talks of N. Korea's 'provocation' U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, during a visit to Seoul, said North Korea's "provocation" underscored the risks faced by American and South Korean service members, after the North conducted a failed missile launch. North Korea conducted a failed missile launch shortly before Pence's arrival in South Korea.
"16.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Why don't 75,000 Ontario grandparents get to see their grandkids? Advocates say thousands of Ontario grandparents have limited or nonexistent access to their grandchildren, thanks to anything from messy divorces to fractured relationships with their own adult children. Divorce rates and family feuds are contributing factors, say grandparent rights advocates.
"16.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Ontario roads safest in country but drivers pay the highest premiums, new report says A new report finds that the premiums drivers pay are out of synch with that fact and recommends some fixes. Despite safer roads, Ontario premiums are 24% higher than Alberta's and 100% higher than Quebec's.
"16.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca World's oldest person — and last born in 1800s — dies Emma Morano, who at 117 was believed to be the world's oldest person and the last to be born in the 19th century, died on Saturday, Italian media reported. Emma Morano of northern Italy was 117 years old.
"16.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Commuter chaos at NYC train station after false report of gunfire False reports of gunfire sent hundreds of people fleeing from New York City's Penn Station during Friday evening's commute. Amtrak transit police subdued an unruly man with a Taser, leading people to mistakenly think they heard gunshots.
"16.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca No such thing as bad publicity? Ask Pepsi and United Within the space of a week, two public relations disasters struck two different corporations. And while one company peddles soda pop and the other sells airplane rides, it turns out they both have the same Achilles heel — social media. Consumer rage is just one click away.
"16.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Judge halts Arkansas plan to execute 8 inmates in 11 days A federal judge dealt a serious blow Saturday to Arkansas's unprecedented plan to execute eight inmates in an 11-day period, saying the men have the right to challenge a drug protocol that could expose them to "severe pain." The state wants to use its supply of midazolam before it expires at the end of the month.
"16.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Campaigning for Turkey referendum hits final stretch A historic referendum is set for Sunday in Turkey. Voters are being asked to say yes to radical changes to the constitution that would allow President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to rule by decree. A win could allow President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to retain power for 12 more years.
"16.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Sick Easter bunnies prompt vet warning Gifting pet bunnies around Easter may seem like a good idea, but a Saskatoon veterinarian says it's important to be prepared for a long-term commitment. A Saskatoon veterinarian is advising those thinking of adopting a pet rabbit to do their research first.
"16.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Are you a night owl? It could be in your genes If you can't get to sleep at a reasonable hour and dread your alarm clock going off each morning, it could be in your genes. People with gene variant may have longer circadian cycles, a new study suggests.
"16.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca 'Creative chaos': How Trump's foreign-policy flips could undermine the presidency This week in policy flip-flops from Donald Trump: NATO is "no longer obsolete," China is "not a currency manipulator," and Assad must go. Talk about plot twists. "Everybody is understandably confused and wondering what the U.S. is actually going to do."
"16.04.2017 00:12:50" cbc.ca North Korea's missile launch attempt 'blew up almost immediately,' U.S. says North Korea attempted to launch a missile on Sunday near Sinpo, on its east coast, but it is believed to have failed, South Korea's military said. Launch attempt comes after Pyongyang held military parade.
"15.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Wheelchair Man: The real life origin story of an unlikely superhero "This is a true example of saying to the world, 'You can go through horrible things in your life but you can still move on,'" Mohammad Sayed, the comic's creator, told CBC Radio. Mohammad Sayed based the comic on his own life story, one which began when he was left paralyzed and orphaned in Afghanistan.
"15.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca 2,000 people rescued off the coast of Libya so far this weekend Italian rescue ships have plucked some 2,000 migrants from unseaworthy smugglers' boats off the coast of Libya. Italy's coast guard co-ordinated 20 separate rescues on Friday alone.
"15.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Violent clashes break out between pro- and anti-Trump protesters in Berkeley, Calif. At least four people were arrested after violence broke out Saturday between groups of supporters and detractors of President Donald Trump holding rallies in downtown Berkeley. Several people were arrested in Berkeley, Calif., as Tax Day protests roll out across the U.S.
"15.04.2017 20:15:02" cbc.ca Convicted killer recaptured after going missing from B.C. minimum security prison A Kelowna, B.C., man serving a life sentence for strangling a teenage girl to death 16 years ago has been recaptured after going missing from prison. BREAKING.
"15.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca U.S. 'mother of all bombs' death toll rises to 94 The number of militants killed in an attack by the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. military has risen to 94, an Afghan official said Saturday. "Fortunately there is no report of civilians being killed in the attack," a provincial government spokesperson said.
"15.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca No winners if war with North Korea breaks out, warns China There can be no winners in a war between the U.S. and North Korea over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons and missile programs, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said, before a massive military parade was held in the North Korean capital. North Korea paraded never-before-seen missiles during a military parade on Saturday.
"15.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Raptors ready for 'Greek Freak,' young Bucks The Raptors are back in the playoffs for a fourth consecutive year, but they can't take their first-round matchup for granted. Here's what Toronto needs to do to contain the electrifying Giannis Antetokounmpo and the rest of the Milwaukee Bucks. The Raptors' first-round series tips off Saturday evening in Toronto.
"15.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca Deadly explosion strikes near Aleppo evacuation bus convoy An explosion near a bus convoy waiting to enter the Syrian city of Aleppo killed or wounded several people on Saturday, pro-government media outlets, pro-opposition activists and a monitor reported. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 24 people were killed, but Syria TV reported a death toll of 39.
"15.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Interactive map of overdose deaths brings opioid crisis closer to home Families of people who've succumbed to the opioid epidemic are using an interactive map to remember their loved ones and battle the stigma of addiction. The creator of the database lost his brother to an opioid overdose and started logging stories of other victims.
"15.04.2017 14:26:04" cbc.ca Marijuana shouldn't be grown in apartments and rented homes, landlord group says A national landlord group says the federal government should change its proposed marijuana legalization bill to ban people from growing plants in rented homes. The Cannabis Act would let people over 18 grow up to 4 plants at home.
"15.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca How an optician and his friends became the unlikely heroes of a devastating migrant shipwreck Carol Off speaks with BBC reporter Emma Jane Kirby about her new book, The Optician of Lampedusa. A group of Italian friends went out for an evening of sailing and found themselves at the heart of a humanitarian disaster.
"15.04.2017 13:51:07" cbc.ca N. Korea displays new type of ballistic missile at military parade, S. Korea says South Korea's military said it believed missiles displayed in a North Korean military parade included new types of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM). "You can feel the ground shake with every one of these platoons that go by." CBC's Saša Petricic is on the ground in Pyongyang.
"15.04.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian Rangers kick off northern adventure to mark Canada's 150th All 60 Ranger patrols in the North are relaying a baton, actually a double-bladed axe, across north from Yukon to Nunavut then back to Yellowknife. The Canadian Rangers are crisscrossing the North over the next year as part of the events to mark Canada's 150th anniversary.
"15.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca The Last Jedi teaser trailer released The first trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi dropped on Friday. Is the force still strong with Luke Skywalker?
"15.04.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca 'Why not Smiths Falls?' Mayor of Ontario town embraces role as Canada's pot epicentre If there's one community in Ontario that's feeling especially buzzed by the federal Liberals' new legislation to legalize marijuana, it's Smiths Falls. The town southwest of Ottawa is home to Tweed Inc., one of the country's largest producers of medical marijuana.
"15.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Off-duty Ottawa police officer drove unmarked vehicle to Montreal for bachelor party CBC News has learned that an off-duty detective in the Ottawa Police Service's drug unit took an unmarked police vehicle to Montreal to attend a colleague's bachelor party. The incident occurred on Saturday, March 25, and is only coming to light because the officer was pulled over by Montreal police that afternoon.
"15.04.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Jim Jarmusch remembers Louis Sarno, who spent his life preserving a Pygmy clan's music and culture Louis Sarno — who loved the music of Central African Republic's Bayaka Pygmies so much he lived with them for 30 years — died last week at the age of 62. Filmmaker Jim Jarmusch says his old friend died with no regrets. Writer Louis Sarno loved the music of Central African Republic's Bayaka Pygmies so much that he joined their tribe and lived with them for 30 years.
"15.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Glen Campbell's Adios to be final album after 50-year career Guitarist and singer Glen Campbell plans to say goodbye with a final album, titled Adios, recorded shortly after his Alzheimer's diagnosis in 2011. Glen Campbell's final album was recorded shortly after his Alzheimer's diagnosis in 2011.
"15.04.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Apollo arrives in Blanc Sablon after spending more than 30 hours stuck in ice A provincial ferry is finally docked in Blanc Sablon after spending more than a day stuck in the ice on its way from Newfoundland. The Canadian Coast Guard said all passengers on the ferry were safe.
"15.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian who dominates Irish dancing goes for 7th world title The world of competitive Irish dancing has been dominated by a Canadian for much of the past decade. Michaela Hinds has won more titles than any other North American, but she thinks it's time to retire. Michaela Hinds plans to retire after winning more titles than any other North American.
"15.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca 'That's really weird,' says mom after stranger gives her son cash, business card What started out as a good old-fashioned lemonade stand, has left some Wolseley parents feeling a little sour. "He says, he gave $20 to each of us and he told us we could learn to not pay taxes," said McCrae. "I said, 'That's really weird.'"
"15.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Mark Wainberg remembered as HIV/AIDS trailblazer who saved millions of lives Dr. Mark Wainberg was remembered during his funeral on Friday as a trailblazing HIV researcher and patient advocate who was equally dedicated to his family, his Montreal community and friends. The pioneering HIV/AIDS researcher died earlier this week while swimming in Florida.
"15.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Banff washroom bear cubs Ontario-bound Parks Canada says three bear cubs found under mysterious circumstances in a Banff outhouse will make a long trip east to Ontario for rehabilitation. A park visitor discovered the three cubs trapped inside an outdoor public washroom, just west of Banff.
"15.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca British ex-bodybuilder convicted of killing rare butterfly An ex-bodybuilder has been convicted for stealing killing several specimens of Britain's rarest butterfly. Here's how he got caught. Phillip Cullen illegally captured and killed two rare butterflies so he could frame and add them to his vast personal collection.
"15.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Dog owners, animal welfare groups blast Quebec's move to eventually ban pit bulls Quebec's new legislation that aims to crack down on dangerous dogs is being condemned by animal rights groups, front-line rescue workers and dog owners. The proposed law would allow the provincial government to eventually prohibit any kind of dog it considers dangerous.
"15.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca 'Not what Toronto stands for': neighbours react to homophobic graffiti on garages Neighbours of a Toronto man who discovered homophobic graffiti spray-painted on his home's garage door Thursday morning said they were shocked and disgusted to find out about the hateful comments. "I think it's pretty gross... It's not what Toronto stands for."
"15.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Delta says it will offer up to $9,950 to flyers who give up seats, United changes its policy Delta Air Lines is letting employees offer customers almost $10,000 US in compensation to give up seats on overbooked flights, hoping to avoid an uproar like the one that erupted at United after a passenger was dragged off a jet. United also changed its policy and will require employees seeking a seat on a plane to book it at least an hour before departure.
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"15.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian who dominates Irish dancing goes for 7th world title The world of competitive Irish dancing has been dominated by a Canadian for much of the past decade. Last year she danced on a broken foot and still won.
"15.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca B.C. investment adviser missing for 528 days turns himself in to police Harold Backer disappeared after he told his wife he was going for a bike ride on Nov. 3, 2015. He is now facing two counts of fraud over $5,000.
"15.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Why airlines overbook flights and what 'bumped' passengers can do about it The viral video of a man being dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight raises questions about overbooking, the rights of passengers and what they can do to avoid being bumped. Overbooking can lower ticket prices.
"14.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca How a British ex-bodybuilder got caught stealing and killing rare butterflies An ex-bodybuilder has been convicted for stealing killing several specimens of Britain's rarest butterfly. Here's how he got caught. "I knew he was up to no good."
"14.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez acquitted in 2012 double murder Prosecutors said Hernandez opened fire on their car because he felt disrespected when one of the men bumped into him and spilled his drink at a Boston nightclub. Hernandez is already serving a life sentence for the 2013 killing of another player.
"14.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca How more than 1 million people came together and created Reddit's 'Place' masterpiece More than one million people collaborated and competed to create this work of internet art one pixel at a time. Witness the "visual cacophony."
"14.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Apple getting into gear on self-driving car technology Apple will begin testing self-driving car technology in California, its first public move into a highly competitive field that could radically change transportation. The permit will cover three vehicles and six individual drivers.
"14.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Cheaper and more nutritious: Why frozen fruits and vegetables make more sense A St. John's dietitian says Atlantic Canadians should be incorporating more frozen fruits and vegetables into their diet. If you don't have a ton of veggies to begin with, this is easy and good for you.
"14.04.2017 21:30:00" Surprise egg! Case cracked! Massive chicken egg reveals another egg inside
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"14.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Investment adviser missing for 528 days turns himself in to police Harold Backer disappeared from his home in B.C. after he told his wife he was going for a bike ride on Nov. 3, 2015. The former Olympic rower Harold Backer told family he was going for a bike ride but did not return.
"14.04.2017 20:30:01" cbc.ca Alberta police draw guns on man wearing Fallout costume At least eight officers responded with their long guns drawn. Photos show them crouched behind vehicles and bushes. The man wore futuristic armor and carried a New California Republic flag from the video game series.
"14.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Spine specialists predict epidemic of 'text neck' from smartphone use Spine surgeons are noticing an increase in patients with neck and upper back pain, likely related to poor posture during prolonged smartphone use, according to a recent report. "For today's users, will an eight-year-old need surgery at age 28?"
"14.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Pope makes Easter visit to fortress prison holding ex-mafiosi Pope Francis visited a fortress prison holding mafia turncoats on Thursday and again included a Muslim and women in a traditional Holy Week foot-washing ritual that previous popes had limited to Catholic men. "We are all sinners. We all have defects."
"14.04.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca 'Infuriated' United Airlines pilots blame security officers for dragged passenger United Airlines pilots want it known that they had nothing to do with the incident in which a passenger was violently dragged off a United Express plane in Chicago. United CEO Oscar Munoz has apologized to Dao.
"14.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Canada announces sanctions on 27 top Syrian officials in effort to pressure Assad Canada has announced sanctions against 27 high-ranking officials in the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Assad said the allegation that his government is behind a chemical attack is "100 per cent fabrication."
"14.04.2017 18:00:01" cbc.ca No such thing as bad publicity? Ask Pepsi and United Within the space of a week, two public relations disasters struck two different corporations. And while one company peddles soda pop and the other sells airplane rides, it turns out they both have the same Achilles heel — social media. Memes can hurt brands.
"14.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Are you a night owl? It could be in your genes If you can't get to sleep at a reasonable hour and dread your alarm clock going off each morning, it could be in your genes. It's not your fault!
"14.04.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca North Korean official says U.S. more vicious, aggressive under Trump U.S. President Donald Trump's tweets are adding fuel to a 'vicious cycle' of tensions on the Korean Peninsula, North Korea's vice foreign minister said. Pyongyang is ready to launch a pre-emptive strike of its own, the official says.
"14.04.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca Bernier and O'Leary still have the edge in Conservative leadership race The Conservative leadership race will be won member-by-member, and that means the leadership contestants might want to visit some unlikely corners of the country. There is little indication that anyone is breaking out of the pack.
"14.04.2017 16:00:00" Kids launch business to fight cancer These Calgary kids started their own business for a good cause: www.cbc.ca/1.4068701
"14.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca Smoking in 'dope moats'? What legalized marijuana means for music festivals The law has never stopped people from getting high at music festivals, but there could be some big changes on the grounds once marijuana is legalized. "From a security point of view, it sure makes their job a hell of a lot easier."
"14.04.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca How to legalize marijuana, without ever saying 'marijuana' One might have developed the impression the government was dancing away from the word "marijuana" on the day it made good on its promise to table marijuana legislation. They may return to using the word pot or marijuana - just not right now.
"14.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Evacuation of Syrian rebels, Shia villagers begins under swap deal Buses evacuated thousands of people from two rebel-besieged Shia villages in northwest Syria on Friday and rebels began to leave two towns near Damascus. About 5,000 people were being transported from the Shia villages.
"14.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Farewell to the belching black cab: Electric taxis coming to London The days are numbered for London's iconic, exhaust-belching black cabs, with new electric taxis due to hit the streets of the British capital in 2018 . Just five days into 2017, London already broke the city's air pollution limits for the year.
"14.04.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Straight-laced rules on pot legalization have parallels to end of Prohibition: Don Pittis Government lawmakers are treading carefully over the business of recreational pot — just one of the parallels to the careful legalization of alcohol in Canada. The argument against alcohol was also that it would harm youths.
"14.04.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'A huge logistical hurdle': The White House's mad scramble to throw a Trump Easter bash Nothing on the White House agenda matches the logistical demands of Monday's annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Who knew an egg-themed event would be this hard to crack?
"14.04.2017 12:29:43" cbc.ca Weed legalization bill gives answers on future of pot in Canada, but questions remain The Liberals' pot legalization bill has answered a great many questions on what a legal recreational marijuana market will look like. How pot is distributed and how much it will cost is left to the provinces and territories.
"14.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca 'Someone to look for': Dina Powell is a rising star in the Trump cabinet Dina Powell was the only woman in the room the night the U.S. president ordered a missile attack on Syria. The deputy national security adviser for strategy is a rising star in the Trump administration. Dina Powell served under George W. Bush, then left the White House for Goldman Sachs and returned at the request of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
"14.04.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca New Labyrinth movie, not a remake or sequel, in the works A new film will return to the world of Labyrinth, the Muppet-populated realm from the beloved 1986 film starring Jennifer Connelly and David Bowie. The project is being described as a new story from the world of the original film.
"14.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Chevron said to be considering sale of stake in Shell oilsands mining project California-based Chevron Corp. is looking at selling its 20 per cent stake in the Athabasca Oil Sands Project in northern Alberta, according to a media report. Chevron Corp. is reportedly considering selling its 20 per cent stake in the Athabasca Oil Sands Project.
"14.04.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Finance minister to hold meeting on GTA's soaring housing market The average price of a detached home in the GTA is up 33.4% from March last year. Bill Morneau requested the meeting happen ASAP.
"14.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Montreal pioneer in HIV/AIDS research died of asthma attack while swimming The Miami-Dade County medical examiner's department has released Dr. Mark Wainberg's cause of death. It says the Montreal HIV/AIDS researcher died of an asthma attack that he suffered while swimming Tuesday in Bal Harbour, Fla. Dr. Mark Wainberg's death has been ruled accidental.
"14.04.2017 07:30:00" cbc.ca Class action approved for Sask. tainted water victims According to the law firm involved, the courts have approved a class action that will compensate young people who became sick in the 2001 North Battleford tainted water scandal. The contamination occurred after a filtering mechanism in North Battleford's water treatment system failed in March 2001.
"14.04.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Loblaws to open 30 new stores in annual expansion Grocery giant Loblaw Companies Ltd. plans to spend $1.3 billion renovating 500 stores and opening 30 new ones this year, in an expansion plan that will include more fresh food offering at its Shoppers Drug Mart unit. The expansion will add about 10,000 retail, trade and construction jobs to its existing workforce of about 200,000 employees.
"14.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca North Korea prepares for country's biggest holiday as regional tensions rising While tensions between his country and the United States appeared to be escalating rapidly, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un made a high-profile appearance in Pyongyang on Thursday — to cut a ceremonial ribbon to mark the opening of a new highrise Saturday is the 105th anniversary of the birth of national founder Kim il-sung.
"14.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian ski legend Nancy Greene having cancerous thyroid removed Sen. Nancy Greene Raine, Canada's most decorated ski racer, is undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer and will have her thyroid removed Friday. The 73-year-old won Olympic gold and silver in 1968. She was voted Canada's female athlete of the 20th century in a countrywide poll conducted by The Canadian Press in 1999.
"14.04.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Nintendo cancels NES Classic production in North America Nintendo announced Thursday it is discontinuing the NES Classic, a bite-sized version of the Nintendo Entertainment System from the 1980s that became one of the 2016 holiday season's most-wanted and hardest-to-find items. The NES Classic "wasn't intended to be an ongoing, long-term product," Nintendo says.
"14.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca St. George family of 4 died of smoke inhalation, RCMP confirm A St. George family of four whose bodies were discovered following a house fire on Tuesday died of smoke inhalation, RCMP have confirmed. The fire was not deemed suspicious.
"14.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Saturn's moon Enceladus holds 'food source' for potential life The search for life in our solar system just become a bit more interesting. While scientists have not found life on Saturn's moon, they have found the next best thing: a food source that could sustain potential life. Enceladus is a small, icy moon with a vast ocean beneath its surface.
"14.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Can Canada field a credible World Cup team in 2026? Canada has a good shot at co-hosting the 2026 World Cup — and getting the automatic tournament berth that comes with it. Is that enough time to field a competitive men's team? Canada's men's team hasn't played in the World Cup since 1986.
"14.04.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Tamagotchi, the original virtual pet, is back The original virtual pet that set off a storm of popularity and knock-offs in the 1990s is coming back — but only in Japan, for now. Bandai has released a throwback version of the tiny electronic virtual pet that launched in 1996.
"14.04.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Trudeau government introduces sweeping changes to impaired driving laws Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has introduced major changes to the country's impaired driving laws, including provisions that will allow for mandatory roadside alcohol screening and new criminal offences for driving while high. The provisions will allow for mandatory roadside alcohol screening and new criminal offences for driving while high.
"14.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca UN to end Haiti peacekeeping mission in mid-October after 20 years The UN Security Council has voted unanimously to end its peacekeeping mission in Haiti in mid-October after more than 20 years. The decision is seen as a strong signal that the international community believes the impoverished Caribbean nation is stabilizing after successful elections.
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"14.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Skyscrapers despite sanctions: Pyongyang uses street opening to show 'potential of socialist Korea' They appeared at the far end of the empty streets: columns of thousands of people, all converging on a freshly paved stretch of road in central Pyongyang. This is the opening of Ryomyong Street — a major development project constructed in less than a "I am very proud of the North Korean people and our leader Kim Jong-un, for being strong-willed, for standing up to Washington."
"14.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca 'Canada is freeloading': Senators urge government to boost defence spending A Senate committee is calling on the Trudeau government to more than double defence spending over the next decade. A new report estimates that in the current budget year, defence spending will hit an all-time low as a proportion of the overall economy. "The reality is: Canada is freeloading. It is not spending enough on defence, and relying entirely on the Americans to provide for our defence."
"14.04.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Transport minister tells airlines 'appalling' United incident won't be tolerated in Canada Transport Minister Marc Garneau issued a pointed warning Thursday to all airlines operating in Canada: forcibly removing passengers from overbooked airplanes will not be tolerated by the federal government. "When passengers purchase an airline ticket, they expect and deserve that the airline will fulfil its part of the transaction."
"13.04.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Pot stocks sell off in wake of release of federal legislation Shares of marijuana-related companies sold off Thursday amid industry uncertainty in the wake of the release of the federal government's legislation aimed at legalizing recreational marijuana. Businesses say there's still a lot of unknowns including explanations on permitted marketing and related practices.
"13.04.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca U.S. drops 'mother of all bombs' in Afghanistan, aiming for ISIS caves The United States dropped a massive GBU-43 bomb, also known as the "mother of all bombs," in eastern Afghanistan on Thursday against a series of caves used by ISIS militants, the military said. The bomb contains 11 tons of explosives.
"13.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Quebec to eventually ban pit bulls, public security minister says The Quebec government's long-awaited legislation on dangerous dogs, including pit bulls and other breeds reputed to be potentially dangerous, was tabled this morning. Quebec Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux says pit bulls will eventually be banned The province's long-awaited legislation on dangerous dogs was tabled at the National Assembly on Thursday morning.
"13.04.2017 22:00:00" Ont. camp's anti-gay staff policy Alumni from a Christian summer camp are fighting to end a policy that requires staff to condemn "homosexual and lesbian sexual conduct."
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"13.04.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Case of Calgary Jehovah's Witness expelled from congregation will go before Supreme Court The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear an appeal involving a Calgary man who was shunned by his Jehovah's Witness church. The man was was "disfellowshipped" from his congregation for being drunk on two occasions and allegedly verbally abusing his wife.
"13.04.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Tall Ships will sail despite construction around harbour Organizers of the 2017 Tall Ships Regatta are making accommodations for construction along the Halifax harbourfront. About 30 wooden ships from around the world will visit Halifax and 10 other ports in Nova Scotia from July 29 to Aug. 1.
"13.04.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca B.C. NDP to promise interest-free student loans in platform announcement The party is looking to appeal to students with grants and interest-free loans in its election platform set to be announced morning. If elected, the NDP say some students who live in the province can receive $1,000 grants when they graduate from college or university in B.C. to cover part of their student loans.
"13.04.2017 20:08:55" I'm addicted to my phone! Q&A: CBC's Dianne Buckner and Ramona Pringle of Ryerson University take your questions on the relationship between people and their devices.
"13.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Bank of Canada's unusual optimism tempered by gloomy warnings: Don Pittis The Bank of Canada is a bit more optimistic, according to the latest Monetary Policy Report. But governor Stephen Poloz doesn't want you to forget the downside potential. Canada's economy is looking good, but not too good, the Bank of Canada reports.
"13.04.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian researchers create first map of universe's dark matter Researchers at the University of Waterloo have created the first map showing how our universe's elusive dark matter interacts with galaxies. "It's opening up essentially a new window to understanding where the dark matter is in the universe and how much of it there is and how it's distributed in space."
"13.04.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Assad calls Idlib chemical attack '100% fabrication' Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says an alleged poison gas attack blamed on his government last week in Idlib province was "100 per cent fabrication," in an interview with the news agency AFP. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad tells French news agency his forces gave up chemical weapons in 2013.
"13.04.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca 60% of subway delays are caused by passengers, CBC Toronto data analysis shows Whether it's an ill passenger, a blocked subway door or an alarm activated improperly, CBC Toronto's data analysis shows that most TTC delays are caused by passengers. Incidents include passengers being drunk and disorderly, people walking on tracks for fun, and litter causing fires.
"13.04.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Scorpion stings Calgarian after falling on his head from plane's overhead bin A Calgary man says he's looking for some kind of compensation from United Airlines after a scorpion dropped on his head from an overhead bin. "It's just one of those things that happens."
"13.04.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Friends lose out on dream vacation due to 'miscommunication' between airline computers Longtime friends Esther Sinanan and Sheila Young thought they were about to take off on an expensive European vacation when they checked in at Pearson airport last week. But their trip ended abruptly at the check-in counter due to what Air Canada is Two friends booked a 16-day package tour of Spain, Portugal and Morocco months ago. But Air Canada wouldn't let them board.
"13.04.2017 17:11:51" Marijuana legislation announcement LIVE: Four federal ministers give news conference about Liberals' new 'Cannabis Act' bill http://www.cbc.ca/1.4069178
"13.04.2017 16:27:47" cbc.ca Liberals table bill to legalize pot by July 2018 The Liberal government has tabled legislation to end the prohibition on pot for recreational use, checking off a major campaign promise from the 2015 campaign. BREAKING
"13.04.2017 16:03:10" cbc.ca Canadian researchers create first map of universe's dark matter Researchers at the University of Waterloo have created the first map showing how our universe's elusive dark matter interacts with galaxies. Dark matter makes up about 25% of our universe — but we can't see it. Because it's dark.
"13.04.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca 167M-to-1 odds: Calgary golfer scores 2 holes-in-1 in Arizona tournament A Calgary golfer is still on Cloud 9 after hitting two holes-in-one at an Arizona golf tournament. The odds of hitting a hole-in-one twice in the same round are 167,000,000 to 1. Never tell Barb Parker the odds.
"13.04.2017 15:01:41" United passenger's lawyers news conference LIVE: Lawyers for Dr. David Dao talk about his forced removal from a United Airlines flight Sunday http://www.cbc.ca/1.4069302
"13.04.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca Sin tax to gummy bears: What to watch for in the plan to legalize marijuana What we already know and what to watch for as Justin Trudeau's government unveils its plans to legalize and regulate cannabis. The federal government unveils legislation today aiming to legalize recreational marijuana on or before July 1, 2018.
"13.04.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Broadway prospects grow dimmer for Garth Drabinsky's Sousatzka The musical pegged as a comeback for producer Garth Drabinsky just wrapped up its run in Toronto. But amid poor reviews and middling ticket sales, its once-confident promise of "Broadway next" seems dubious. With poor reviews and lukewarm sales in Toronto, the Broadway fate of Garth Drabinsky's Sousatzka seems uncertain.
"13.04.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca 'Amid challenge there is opportunity': China urges talks to defuse Korean worries Military force cannot resolve tension over North Korea, China said on Thursday, while an influential Chinese newspaper urged the North to halt its nuclear programme in exchange for Chinese protection. China says military force in the Korean Peninsula is unacceptable as a U.S. aircraft carrier group nears.
"13.04.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Chronicle Herald buys all Atlantic Canadian Transcontinental papers The company that owns the country's oldest independent newspaper, with its newsroom on strike for more than a year, has announced it is purchasing all Transcontinental papers in Atlantic Canada. A big shift in the media landscape in Atlantic Canada.
"13.04.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Online gamers threatened by Japanese company over sharing videos online Demands from a Japanese video game company that players refrain from sharing videos or screenshots online have been met with skepticism and anger from the gaming community, re-igniting questions about what constitutes fair use with interactive media. Persona 5's publisher says gamers who broadcast storyline spoilers could get their YouTube channel suspended.
"13.04.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Bank of Canada's unusual optimism tempered by gloomy warnings: Don Pittis The Bank of Canada is a bit more optimistic, according to the latest Monetary Policy Report. But governor Stephen Poloz doesn't want you to forget the downside potential. Stephen Poloz's hints of optimism are restrained by the Toronto housing problem, President Trump and sluggish investment.
"13.04.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Organized crime has infiltrated the medical marijuana market, police warn Organized crime groups, including the Hells Angels, have managed to obtain legal personal production licences for medical marijuana, only to turn around and illegally sell the product across the country, CBC news has learned. Organized crime groups, including Hells Angels, have legal personal production licences for medical marijuana.
"13.04.2017 11:03:33" cbc.ca 'He doesn't see us as human': Syrian in chemical attack wants Assad out Abdulhamit Al Yousif and his son woke up last week to the sound of planes passing over. The pair, who live in the Syrian town of Khan Sheikoun, had heard those sounds before and though they didn't imagine a chemical attack, he said, word spread quickly to From the CBC's Nil Köksal in Iskenderun, Turkey.
"13.04.2017 10:30:00" links.lists.cbc.ca New pot bill; More flour brands recalled; Hacking your cellphone's PIN: Morning Brief Start your day off right with all the news you need on one page.
"13.04.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Changes to how PBO works could limit independence, says Kevin Page Canada's first parliamentary budget officer is raising concerns with proposed Liberal legislation that he says would be detrimental to the office's independence. Former parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page is worried the PBO's work risks getting mixed up in partisan games.
"13.04.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Scientists find another 'Great Spot' in Jupiter's atmosphere Another "Great Spot" has been found at Jupiter, this one cold and high up. Energy from auroras form what's being called the Great Cold Spot.
"13.04.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Scarred and evil: How Hollywood teaches us to fear people with skin conditions You can usually tell if someone's a bad guy in a a movie if they're bald, pale or badly scarred — a trope that one dermatologist says is not only tired, but dangerous. "It's basically movie shorthand for the evil character."
"13.04.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Big Red Republican Machine? Pro wrestler Kane running for mayor in Tennessee The professional wrestler known as Kane is making a bid to become mayor of Knox County in Tennessee. WWE star Glenn Jacobs, better known as Kane, is running for mayor of Knox County in Tennessee.
"13.04.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Alberta Ballet to produce original work featuring Tragically Hip songs A contemporary ballet inspired by the music of The Tragically Hip will be one of the focal points of the 2017-2018 season for Alberta Ballet. The contemporary ballet is called "All of Us."
"13.04.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Sleep-deprived Canadian ultra-marathoner recalls 'critical error' in fog at Barkley Marathons After last week's Barkley Marathons, racer Gary Robbins tells us how close he came to completing the gruelling race and whether he'll be returning next year. Newfoundland-born Gary Robbins, who lives in Vancouver, came close, but wasn't able to complete the race.
"13.04.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Trump says China won't be labelled a currency manipulator Backing away from a campaign pledge, President Donald Trump says his administration will not label China a currency manipulator in a report due this week, though he does feel the U.S. dollar "is getting too strong." But he does think the U.S. dollar "is getting too strong."
"13.04.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Soaring land value in downtown Vancouver put gas stations on endangered list Vancouver's last downtown gas station is up for sale, and the rising cost of property in other major Canadian cities is putting similar pressures on gas stations elsewhere. But will cities like Toronto, Calgary and Montreal follow Vancouver's example? One downtown Vancouver Esso station was valued at more than $36 million.
"13.04.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca National flour recall widened to include other brands, flour products The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has broadened a national flour recall over further fears of E. coli contamination. The recall has widened to include products sold under the Brodie, Creative Baker and Golden Temple brands, as well as Robin Hood.
"13.04.2017 02:30:00" When orcas attack Six orcas in B.C. were hunting a sea lion when they nearly tipped over a boat of spectators.
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"13.04.2017 02:00:00" Is this the biggest Oilers fan ever? There are Edmonton Oilers fans, and then there's Blair Gladue: www.cbc.ca/1.4067443
"13.04.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Tattoo and yoga jokes out of the way, Malala Yousafzai asks Trudeau to lead Malala Yousafzai's appearance in the House of Commons Wednesday was another occasion to recognise Canada's best intentions. And a reminder of how much more this country might do to lead the world. ANALYSIS: Her appearance was a reminder of how much more this country might do to lead the world.
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"13.04.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Law to play young Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts sequel Jude Law will play young Albus Dumbledore in the next Fantastic Beasts instalment. Eddie Redmayne returns as Newt Scamander, while Johnny Depp has been cast as Gellert Grindelwald.
"13.04.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca The short life and complicated death of Kristita Padual One woman's killing highlights the horrors of the Philippines drug war The drug war launched by Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has taken the lives of thousands of people.
"13.04.2017 00:00:59" cbc.ca Sean Spicer saves face: Opinion "My point was simply that Bashar-Ashad ... um ... Assar? Assad is a particular brand of evil — a dictator unlike this world has ever seen. I mean, even Hitler didn't indiscriminately bomb cities filled with innocent civilians." Opinion columnist Robyn Urback's take on Sean Spicer's comment that Hitler didn't use chemical weapons.
"12.04.2017 23:00:00" Mom in tears as children walk off plane After being separated for a decade, this Somali mom was reunited with her children in New Brunswick: www.cbc.ca/1.4067020
"12.04.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Malala Yousafzai receives honorary Canadian citizenship Malala Yousafzai addressed a joint session of Parliament Wednesday, meeting the prime minister and receiving honorary Canadian citizenship. The youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate was to receive the honour in 2014 but that event was cancelled due to She also becomes the youngest person to address Canada's Parliament.
"12.04.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Smartphone motion sensors can be used to steal your passcode New research has revealed just how easy it is for criminals to use the sensors in mobile phones to crack four-digit PINs, and that users know very little about the risk. When you visit a website, code embedded on the page could use the phone's motion and orientation sensors to correctly guess your PIN.
"12.04.2017 21:29:36" cbc.ca N.B. town copes with 'a tragedy for our community' after 4 die in house fire St. George is dealing with the aftermath of the deaths of four members of the community, whose bodies were discovered following a house fire in the southwestern New Brunswick town on Tuesday afternoon. David Boyd, who died in the fire, was an honourary member of the St. George Fire Department.
"12.04.2017 21:00:56" cbc.ca Gas prices jump across country due to weak loonie, warmer weather In some parts of the country, prices have jumped almost 10 cents a litre, literally overnight. Spring is here, the mercury is rising — and so are gas prices.
"12.04.2017 20:33:00" cbc.ca New yoga classes let you downward dog with Pygmy goats Yoga instructors are teaching traditional yoga and adding goats. Yoga with goat. Because Hamilton.
"12.04.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca 'Incredible honour:' Education rights activist Malala Yousafzai receives honorary Canadian citizenship Malala Yousafzai urged Canada to play a leadership role in promoting education for girls and refugees around the world today after becoming an honorary Canadian citizen. The Nobel Peace Prize recipient and girls' education activist is on Parliament Hill. Malala is the the sixth person to receive honorary Canadian citizenship, and the youngest.