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"26.10.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca CAMH staff alerted police about former nurse now charged in Woodstock killings Staff at Toronto's Centre for Addiction and Mental health alerted police about information provided by the former nurse charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of eight nursing-home patients in southwestern Ontario, a source has confirmed to CBC Elizabeth Wettlaufer is charged with eight counts of first-degree murder in nursing-home deaths in southwestern Ontario.
"26.10.2016 17:30:01" cbc.ca Trump takes a hit: Man smashes Hollywood star of U.S. presidential candidate Police are investigating an incident early Wednesday that saw a man dressed as a city worker take a sledgehammer to Trump's plaque on a famed Hollywood tourist attraction. The man says he wanted to remove the star and auction it off to raise funds for the 11 women accusing Trump of groping them.
"26.10.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca CIBC admits overcharging on some investment fees since 2002 CIBC has settled with the Ontario Securities Commission after admitting that its investment business had been accidentally overcharging some of its customers for as much as 14 years. CIBC says it will reimburse clients for fees they shouldn't have paid.
"26.10.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca 'Consensus-building champion?': Belgium leaders in 11th-hour talks on CETA A planned EU-Canada summit to sign a free trade deal was still possible on Thursday, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Wednesday, as Belgian politicians entered a second day of talks on the future of the pact. European Council President Donald Tusk says a Canada-EU trade pact is still possible amid 11th-hour talks.
"26.10.2016 16:00:00" cbc.ca How Canada sucks at reducing food waste France has made it illegal for supermarkets to waste food. Italy is offering tax breaks when businesses donate leftovers. In Canada, $31 billion worth of food ends up in landfills or composters each year. But a policy addressing our food waste isn't Other countries crack down on supermarkets that waste food, so why is Canada so far behind?
"26.10.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca First the penny, now the nickel? Ottawa mulls future of 5-cent coin An internal federal analysis shows the government has studied the pros and cons of the nickel — but Ottawa insists it has no plans to force the five-cent coin into retirement, as it did the penny. The Mint makes money on every nickel it produces, which wasn't the case for the penny.
"26.10.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Tents, shelters set ablaze as Calais migrant camp clearance resumes Migrants set more tents and shelters ablaze at the large migrant camp in Calais on Wednesday as others queued to be relocated and authorities resumed clearing the camp. Police are now blocking access to the large migrant camp in Calais as much of it has gone up in flames.
"26.10.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca 'It reflects poorly': Trudeau schools hecklers, refuses to respond to attendees with backs turned There is some novelty to the sight and sound of a prime minister being yelled at. And for Trudeau, it is likely the case that the yelling has only begun. Amid all the shouting and jeering, Justin Trudeau insisted on a little etiquette.
"26.10.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Don't elect a 'do-nothing' Congress: Obama urges voters to pick Democrats in down ballot races Washington political chatter is turning away from the race for the White House and toward "down ballot" races — the ones that will decide, among other things, which party controls the Senate and which controls the House of Representatives. The 'down ballot' races in the U.S. election might be the most fascinating to watch, says Keith Boag.
"26.10.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca Black Lives Matter: The lighting of America's fuse was all caught on video Anyone tempted to dismiss the angry, in-your-face tactics of the Black Lives Matter movement should spend a little time browsing the special litigation section of the U.S. Department of Justice, Neil MacDonald writes. Ugly questions loom after a look at the U.S. Justice Department's files on police racism.
"26.10.2016 13:00:01" cbc.ca 'There's no way for you to know': Why so-called smart devices are putting us all at risk Last Friday's massive cyberattacks should serve as a "wake-up call" to alert the public that internet-connected devices designed to make our lives more convenient are also making us unsafe, security analysts warn. The unregulated 'internet of things' industry puts us all at risk, security experts say.
"26.10.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca Businesses push ahead with marijuana plans even as governments stall: Don Pittis Decades of labelling marijuana sellers as "pushers" has made cannabis a risk to reputations. But a plea by Loblaws-owned Shoppers to get into pot, shows prudish governments are playing catch-up with business. Shoppers' bid for marijuana business shows that Ottawa needs to get rolling on rules for pot, says the CBC's Don Pittis.
"26.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca 'Go home': Indigenous leader to Muskrat Falls protesters following meeting with premier The provincial government says "significant progress" was made during a marathon meeting between Premier Dwight Ball and Indigenous leaders on the Muskrat Falls project. The Newfoundland and Labrador government and Labrador Indigenous leaders made 'significant' progress on Muskrat Falls last night.
"26.10.2016 11:30:01" cbc.ca Ontario nursing homes must report all deaths to coroner, but autopsy optional Shocking accusations that a nurse murdered eight elderly patients in nursing homes in southwestern Ontario are raising questions about how nurses are regulated in the province. Elizabeth Wettlaufer, accused killer of eight nursing home patients, had no disciplinary action in her 21-year career.
"26.10.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Family, friends of alleged victims of Woodstock, Ont., nurse remember loved ones Elizabeth Wettlaufer, 49, has been charged with eight counts of first-degree murder. Her alleged victims were between the ages of 75 and 96. Police would not say how the victims died, except that seven were administered a fatal dose of a drug.
"26.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Unanswered questions about mysterious illness leading to British Airways emergency landing Officials are saying little about what sent 25 crew members to hospital and left about 400 passengers scrambling for flights. What happened on that plane?
"26.10.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Madeleine Thien on her meaningful Governor General's Award win The newly announced winner of the Governor General's Award for fiction speaks with us live on q. "I immediately burst into tears," Madeleine Thien says of her Governor General's Award win.
"26.10.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Judge refuses to block deployment of tidal turbines in Bay of Fundy Bay of Fundy fishermen have failed in their bid to stop the deployment of electricity-generating turbines in the Minas Basin near Parrsboro, N.S. A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge has ruled two turbines can be installed in the Minas Passage, at least until February.
"26.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca MPs back Conservative motion to bring Yazidi refugees to Canada in 4 months MPs have unanimously supported a Conservative motion that formally declares ISIS persecution of Yazidis "genocide" and commits to bringing Yazidi refugees to Canada within 120 days. Immigration Minister John McCallum has promised action within 120 days on targets of ISIS genocide.
"26.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Steven Stamkos answers Leafs fans' boos with 2 quick goals While it was Stamkos' first visit to the ACC this season with the Lightning, he had played there for Team Canada during the September World Cup. Steven Stamkos wasted little time Tuesday night reintroducing himself to his home town.
"26.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Red ink will rule, but optimism in the oilpatch as earnings released Earnings season got off on the right foot last week when Precision Drilling said that it had rehired 1,000 workers. Will that set the tone for the coming weeks? After 2 years, are things turning around in the oilpatch?
"26.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Survivors describe chaotic attack at Pakistani police academy that killed 61, injured 123 Survivors of an overnight attack that killed 61 people at a Pakistani police academy described chaotic scenes of gunfire and explosions. Broadcasters on Tuesday showed the aftermath of the attack on the Quetta academy: scorched windows and floors littered with the shoes of the dead and wounded.
"26.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Cutting the cheese: Fans upset Halifax arena axed orange nacho sauce French fries have their ketchup. Donairs have their donair sauce. Nacho chips have their gooey cheese. Or shouldn't they? "If you're going to do just salsa, it won't fly. You have to have the cheese involved somewhere."
"26.10.2016 03:00:01" cbc.ca Grain cars tumble into river as train derails in B.C. Crews are cleaning up after a train carrying nine grain cars and two locomotives derailed in British Columbia's Fraser Canyon this afternoon. The extent of the damage is unknown.
"26.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Early intervention by parents reduces autism symptoms, researchers say Parents of autistic children who were guided by therapists in how to communicate better with their children and practised the approach daily saw a reduction in the severity of autism symptoms, say U.K. researchers. "There's nothing more powerful for a parent than seeing their child make the gains and feeling that they contributed to that in some way."
"26.10.2016 02:00:01" cbc.ca Historic Cubs-Cleveland World Series is 'big for baseball' A well-rounded Cleveland team is all that stands in the way of the Chicago Cubs' first World Series championship since 1908. Cleveland last hoisted the World Series trophy in 1948. The 112th World Series begins Tuesday at 8:08 p.m. ET. Let the battle of the droughts begin.
"26.10.2016 01:30:01" cbc.ca Male RCMP employees prepare for class-action harassment suit against the force The RCMP will soon be facing another class-action harassment lawsuit — this time on behalf of male Mounties and civilian employees of the force. "If nobody comes forward to say there's a problem, how are they going to know there's a problem. Is it just me sitting here? No."
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"26.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca BlackBerry unveils latest smartphone designed by outside firm BlackBerry has released the DTEK60, its second smartphone designed and built externally, marking the latest development in the company's push away from manufacturing handsets as it focuses more on its security software. The phone may be the last distributed by Blackberry as it moves to outsource hardware design, manufacturing and distribution.
"26.10.2016 00:30:01" cbc.ca Rescind dishonourable discharges for LGBTQ ex-military members, committee says A Commons committee has called on the Trudeau government to correct the records of hundreds of former LGBTQ members of the military given dishonourable discharges because of their sexual orientation. Until 1992, it was against military regulations to be MPs are asking the federal government to make amends for LGBTQ military personnel who were dishonorably discharged before 1992.
"26.10.2016 00:00:00" Donald Trumpkin decapitated When this Nova Scotia family found their "Donald Trumpkin" decapitated, they chose to make Halloween great again by fixing the dismantled display. CBC Nova Scotia has more: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3818819
"25.10.2016 23:30:01" cbc.ca Apple iPhone sales drop for 3rd-straight quarter, but still top expectations Apple Inc. sold more iPhones than Wall Street had expected in the latest quarter, and the company forecast higher-than-expected revenue for the critical holiday-shopping season. The latest iPhone launched two weeks before the end of the company's fourth quarter.
"25.10.2016 23:00:00" Who killed Alberta Williams? In 1989, 24-year-old Alberta Williams was found dead near Prince Rupert, B.C. Twenty-seven years later, her unsolved murder continues to haunt her family — and the retired cop who says he knows who did it:
"25.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Why nobody wants to pull the plug on signing CETA — yet International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland's explanations Monday seemed to be building toward a logical conclusion: Justin Trudeau isn't getting on a plane to Brussels this week. But she didn't actually say that. Why not? Three deadlines have come and gone for Belgium to approve its signature on CETA at the ceremony originally planned for Thursday.
"25.10.2016 22:00:01" cbc.ca 'Ovaries explosion': Gilmore Girls fans go crazy for 1st revival trailer Netflix released the first full-length trailer for the four-part series revival on Tuesday, sending fans into a frenzy. The four-part series revival premieres on Nov. 25 on Netflix.
"25.10.2016 22:00:00" Full show for Oct. 25 This is The National for October 25, 2016.
"25.10.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Seniors watch twice as much television as young people do, CRTC numbers show Canadians are watching less TV and radio but consuming more media than ever before, new numbers from the CRTC show. Canadians of all ages watched an average of 27.2 hours of TV, a small decrease of 0.7 per cent from 2014.
"25.10.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Why don't more people in Toronto know about the Grey Cup? With Toronto fans in the middle of a baseball hangover, the Toronto Argos hope to sell tickets to the Grey Cup by slashing prices and looking to fans outside the city. The 104th Grey Cup will be played in November in Toronto. The city previously held the 100th Grey Cup in 2012.
"25.10.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca 'She was such a nice person': friends, neighbours of alleged Woodstock killer in shock Friends and neighbours of Elizabeth Wettlaufer are in in disbelief as they learn the Woodstock, Ont., woman has been charged with killing eight elderly people at the nursing homes where she worked as a registered nurse. "She just really enjoyed her work."
"25.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca How did Toronto police receive a 911 call from a dead phone line? A Toronto woman's family was shocked when police banged on their door on Thanksgiving weekend, saying they were responding to an emergency call. There was no emergency and no one in the house called 911. Bell blames the rain for the random call. When an officer said a 911 call originated from a phone in her house, this Toronto woman was shocked.
"25.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Rihanna and Missy Elliot appeal to fans to find 'beautiful' missing backup dancer Some of music's biggest stars are appealling to fans to help find Shirlene Quigley, 32, who vanished Saturday after leaving a cryptic message for a friend. The 32-year-old New Jersey dancer hasn't been seen since Saturday.
"25.10.2016 19:14:19" LIVE Q + A: On The Money's Peter Armstrong talks to Preet Banerjee, a personal finance expert, about financial planning.
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"25.10.2016 19:00:01" cbc.ca Who is Elizabeth Wettlaufer? What we know so far about accused in nursing-home deaths The woman accused of first-degree murder in the deaths of eight nursing-home patients is under investigation by the College of Nurses of Ontario and is no longer entitled to practice. Her Facebook page says she studied nursing at Conestoga College and religious education and counselling at London Baptist Bible College.
"25.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Vandals bash Nova Scotia's Donald Trumpkin, political motives unclear A Nova Scotia family whose Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton front-lawn pumpkin display was vandalized on the weekend has made it great again. The family didn't resort to building a wall, à la Trump. They just decided to fix the display.
"25.10.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Health Canada issues recall for Spirit Halloween items Health Canada is advising consumers to check all Spirit Halloween products on the list below due to ongoing health and safety concerns. Spirit Halloween's Skull Tiki torch and Angel Wings are among the items that pose a safety risk.
"25.10.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Feeling a failure? Writer Ian Brown thinks you need to redefine success If you woke up today feeling unsuccessful in your life, perhaps you need to rethink what you mean by success. Canadian writer Ian Brown thinks rethinking success could come by spending more time with people who have intellectual disabilities.
"25.10.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca 92-year-old Saskatoon man sets Guinness Record as world's oldest plumber Lorne Figley is 92 years old, still operates his own heating and plumbing business and has no intention of slowing down anytime soon. Lorne Figley says he hopes to die with a pipe wrench in his hand.
"25.10.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca British Airways emergency landing in Vancouver sends 25 to hospital A British Airways A380 aircraft on its way from San Francisco to London made an emergency landing in Vancouver late Monday night after 25 crew members became unwell. "The flight from San Francisco diverted to Vancouver after members of the cabin crew became unwell." — British Airways.
"25.10.2016 16:00:00" cbc.ca Conservative Glen Motz thanks Trudeau after winning Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner byelection "The activity in our campaign absolutely spiked the day he arrived," says winning Conservative candidate Glen Motz of Justin Trudeau after taking the riding held by right-of-centre MPs since 1972. "I want to thank Justin Trudeau." — Conservative Glen Motz in his Alberta byelection victory speech.
"25.10.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca Shoppers Drug Mart officially wants in on dispensing medical marijuana Canada's largest pharmacy chain has formally applied to be a distributor of medical marijuana. Everything you want in a drug store?
"25.10.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Otto's first beer run: Self-driving Budweiser truck makes 200 km delivery Anheuser-Busch says it has completed the world's first commercial shipment by self-driving truck, sending a beer-filled tractor-trailer on a journey of more than 120 miles through Colorado. Budweiser's first self-driving truck made a 200-kilometre beer delivery via highway from Fort Collins, Colo., to Colorado Springs.
"25.10.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca A lousy economy is a good time to start a business, some Calgarians find While Calgary is experiencing a record level of business closures, at the same time there is a record number of new businesses opening. It seems the entrepreneurial spirit is strong, even in a prolonged downturn. Calgary sees a record number of business starts amid the economic downturn.
"25.10.2016 13:59:41" Ontario police update on investigation of deaths LIVE: Multiple police forces are investigating deaths in southwestern Ontario, focusing on a nurse formerly employed at a nursing home. http://www.cbc.ca/1.3818887
"25.10.2016 13:30:01" cbc.ca Evicting migrants: Calais' never-ending operation French authorities may hope the ongoing evictions of the Calais “jungle” will be a permanent solution, but history has shown the area in northern France to be a magnet for migrants. Calais struggles to shake its reputation as the waypoint for those seeking asylum in Britain.
"25.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Polls showing Trump and Clinton neck-and-neck may be missing the mark Though the consensus points to a lead for Hillary Clinton, a few polls suggest that Donald Trump is running much closer to the Democratic nominee — or even ahead. But a look at the state polls suggests that these may be outliers. Polls favourable to Donald Trump may be overestimating his support, state polls suggest.
"25.10.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca 'I don't tweet at 3 a.m. about people who insult me': Obama shades Trump on Kimmel President Barack Obama on Monday trolled Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump - known for his prolific use of Twitter to settle scores – making Trump the punch line for jokes on ABC's late-night show Jimmy Kimmel Live. Kimmel asked Obama, "Do you ever laugh" when watching Trump on television. "Most of the time," Obama said.
"25.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Who Killed Alberta Williams? CBC launches eight-part podcast and web series that uncovers chilling new information in B.C. cold case. 'Oh my god, what have I done?'
CBC uncovers chilling new details in unsolved B.C. killing.
"25.10.2016 11:30:01" cbc.ca Here's how much food Walmart throws away over 12 days CBC Marketplace went through trash bins at two Walmart stores near Toronto to see how much food the company throws away. Marketplace finds discarded food well before the best-before date; retailer calls it unfit to consume.
"25.10.2016 11:00:05" cbc.ca 'Stop wearing them in public': Man's yoga pants comment draws protesters to his house A man who criticized women for wearing yoga pants in public found hundreds of people picketing his home and thousands rebuking him on social media. Alan Sorrentino, 63, wrote in a letter to a local newspaper that yoga pants are "stinky, tacky, ridiculous looking."
"25.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Middle Eastern, black drivers in Ottawa stopped 'disproportionately' more than others In June 2013, Ottawa officers started recording "their perception of driver race using the existing in-car computer system" during traffic stops. Middle Eastern and black drivers — particularly young men — were far more likely to be stopped by Ottawa police than other drivers, according to a report analyzing two years of traffic stops.
"25.10.2016 09:00:01" cbc.ca Trump Hotels ditches Trump name for new brand The Trump name is likely to be everywhere for the next 14 days, with one notable exception: it won't be associated with any new hotels owned by the Republican presidential candidate's eponymous company. From eponymous to anonymous.
"25.10.2016 08:00:01" cbc.ca Nine art quilts worth almost $6k stolen right off the walls of a Vancouver church Two Vancouver-area fabric artists are reeling after a number of their expensive works were stolen from a Vancouver church. One of the artists says it takes at least 100 hours to complete a piece.
"25.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca 'Brush up' on your French, justice minister says to Supreme Court hopefuls Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says the Liberal government is going to stick with the selection process that led to the nomination of Newfoundland and Labrador justice Malcolm Rowe to the Supreme Court of Canada. Canada's justice minister has told a parliamentary committee that the process the Liberals introduced to craft a short list of possible Supreme Court judges will remain in place for future appointments. And that means keeping the requirement of functional
"25.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca La Niña returns as fall storms dump snow on B.C. ski hills With La Niña back in the long-term forecast and some early dumps of snow, it's beginning to look a lot like winter on ski hills across B.C. La Niña is the opposite of El Niño, which is characterized by warm waters in the tropical Pacific.
"25.10.2016 05:08:26" cbc.ca Drake turns 30, gives his fans the gift of new music Drake shared four new songs with fans on Monday, which also happened to be his 30th birthday, and announced a new project set to release in December. Drizzy knows how to turn his birthday into a lifestyle.
"25.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Privacy experts say Uber needs to investigate its databases as more claims of bogus fares surface A string of complaints by customers charged for Uber trips they say they never took has security experts calling on the ride-hailing company to launch a formal investigation to make sure its databases haven't been breached. One Toronto man says he got a bill for a $982 Uber ride in Chicago that he says he never took.
"25.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Texas baby 'born twice' in rare surgery A baby is born for the second time at a Texas hospital, 12 weeks after having surgery to remove a tumour. Baby Lynlee was delivered and received fetal surgery at 23 weeks, before being returned to the womb and delivered again weeks later via C-section.
"25.10.2016 03:00:01" cbc.ca Pipeline protest group draws trespass citations on Parliament Hill The Liberal government's conflicting climate and pipeline policies were thrown into sharp relief Monday as more than 200 protesters marched on Parliament Hill. Getting arrested was the point.
"25.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca 41 killed, 106 wounded after gunmen attack Pakistani police training centre Gunmen stormed a police training centre Monday in Pakistan's restive Baluchistan province and detonated explosive vests, killing at least 41 police trainees. About 700 trainees were at the base at the time of the attacks, officials say.
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"25.10.2016 02:00:00" Making music from Nintendo memories This Nintendo cartridge is actually a harmonica: www.cbc.ca/1.3812055
"25.10.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Federal deficit likely to come in smaller than predicted in budget: PBO The federal government is on track to post smaller deficits in the coming years than the Liberals are currently forecasting, Canada's non-partisan parliamentary budget watchdog said Monday. Ottawa is expected to post a deficit of just over $22 billion this year. That's slightly higher than what the budgetary watchdog was expecting in April … But still almost $7 billion below what the governing Liberals forecast in their March budget.
"25.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Rare fossil bed find suggests feathered dinosaurs flocked together Bird-like dinosaurs were social creatures and likely flocked together, contrary to the popular image of dinosaurs as solitary creatures, suggests a study at the University of Alberta. Turns out bird-like dinosaurs were social creatures ... At least according to the evidence found in a remote Mongolian desert.
"25.10.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian Blood Services announces new, stricter iron guidelines for donors The Canadian Blood Services is implementing stricter iron guidelines for blood donors, meaning 6,000 new blood donors are needed in Ontario alone. If you're a regular blood donor, you might not be able to donate as often. Here's why:
"25.10.2016 00:00:00" Convicts and victims heal over farm work On a small farm in Mission, B.C., offenders and victims have something to offer each other. Read more: cbc.ca/1.3766200
"24.10.2016 23:00:00" 'Natural' Halloween pageant This prairie pageant is all about the total package: personality, confidence and self-esteem. Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3817942
"24.10.2016 22:30:00" Timeline Photos The comedian and actor talks to CBC's The National about his new book on all things Canadian. For more: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3817953
"24.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Singer Pete Burns of '80s band Dead or Alive dies at 57 Pete Burns of 1980s band Dead or Alive, best known for its worldwide hit You Spin Me Round (Like a Record), has died of a heart attack at the age of 57. Burns rose to fame in the 1980s as part of a wave of pop artists who favoured a glam, androgynous look.
"24.10.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Lexus, Toyota, Buick top Consumer Reports' reliability list Lexus, Toyota and Buick are the most reliable brands in Consumer Reports' latest survey, a reward for their conservative approach to new technology. Dodge, Chrysler, Fiat and Ram were named the worst performers on the list.
"24.10.2016 21:00:01" cbc.ca How a Toronto-based church is attracting millennials in droves With an avant-garde rock band, and an Australian pastor in skinny jeans at the mic, C3 might seem more like Coachella than what it really is: a church. C3 is making it hip to be holy.
"24.10.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca Vancouver hosts international housing summit Hundreds of experts from around the world gather in Vancouver to explore ways to increase housing affordability in cities throughout the week-long conference. Vancouver is also in the process of re-launching a new housing and homelessness strategy.
"24.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Emergence of robotics into people's lives creates ethics concern A growing robotics industry has given rise to ethical discussions about humans relationships with the machines. Ethics surrounding autonomous vehicles have already become pressing issues in the car manufacturing world.
"24.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Justin Bieber storms off stage after concert fans won't stop screaming Justin Bieber's contentious relationship with his fans hit a new peak at a concert on Sunday night when he stormed off stage after asking them to settle down. "I don't think it's necessary when I'm trying to say something and you guys are screaming."
"24.10.2016 19:04:08" Toronto Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins talks 2016 season Toronto Blue Jays Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations and GM Ross Atkins speaks about the 2016 season.
"24.10.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca Muslim Society of P.E.I. seeking final resting place for community members The Muslim Society of Prince Edward Island is trying to figure out the answer to a potential future problem as more Muslims settle in P.E.I. — where they will bury their dead. Currently there are no Muslims buried on the Island.
"24.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Negan's victim revealed as TV hit The Walking Dead returns The Walking Dead has returned with a bloody bang as the victim of bat-wielding bad guy Negan was revealed in the seventh season's premiere. [SPOILER ALERT] The sixth season wrapped up with Negan using a game of "eeny meeny miny moe" to determine his victim.
"24.10.2016 18:00:01" cbc.ca Ban niqab in public service, Conservative leadership contender Steven Blaney says Conservative Quebec MP Steven Blaney is running for the party's leadership, and his first major policy position is a ban on the niqab and a promise to invoke the notwithstanding clause if courts strike down his new measures. The Quebec MP said he will introduce legislation that would forbid the Islamic face-covering while voting and taking the oath of citizenship.
"24.10.2016 17:30:02" cbc.ca France starts clearing 'jungle' refugee camp French authorities begin dismantling the refugee camp outside of Calais that's sometimes known as "the jungle." But the future is unclear for the estimated 9,000 people living there. Many refugees have simply moved to areas nearby, up and down the coastline.
"24.10.2016 17:00:01" cbc.ca 'Intentional, malicious' cyberattack led to Ontario literacy test system crash Ontario's brand-new online system for standardized tests crashed last week, cancelling the OSSLT test. The network hosting the "voluntary" online test was targeted by a DDoS attack, the EQAO says.
"24.10.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca Offensive costumes no longer wanted on campus Geishas are out. Feathered headdresses are forbidden. And if you're planning to wear a Bill Cosby or Caitlyn Jenner costume on campus, you may not be welcome at your Halloween party of choice. Brock University has created a list of forbidden costumes this Halloween.
"24.10.2016 16:00:00" cbc.ca He shoots, he scores — for a women's hockey team Harrison Browne, a professional hockey player who once represented Canada on the international stage, has taken the bold step to change his name and listed gender in the league he plays for. "I used to say, I don't think I'm in the right body."
"24.10.2016 15:30:30" cbc.ca Walmart in Manitoba drops Visa at 16 stores starting today The dispute between Walmart Canada and Visa over merchant fees heats up today as the retail giant stops accepting the credit card at its 16 stores in Manitoba. Manitoba customers can't use their Visa cards at Walmart checkouts anymore.
"24.10.2016 15:01:57" cbc.ca Best, brightest moments from Heritage Classic weekend in Winnipeg A few of the best and brightest moments from the Heritage Classic weekend in Winnipeg, all stringed into one. The Oilers downed the Jets 3-0 on Sunday.
"24.10.2016 14:30:37" cbc.ca Sailors abducted 4½ years ago by Somali pirates freed Following more than four years in captivity, 26 Asian sailors held hostage by Somali pirates have been rescued from their captors, China's Foreign Ministry confirmed Monday. $1.5 million in ransom was paid for the sailors' release.
"24.10.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca 'Own up to it': Apple faces pressure to address iPhone 'touch disease' What's known as iPhone "touch disease" appears to be spreading and pressure is mounting for Apple to find a cure. The design flaw causes phones to freeze up and ignore touch commands.
"24.10.2016 13:43:44" cbc.ca Is Yellowknife ready to reckon with its toxic legacy? Though recent scientific research shows that much of the arsenic that went up the stacks is still in the water, sediment and soil, officials and governments have yet to reckon fully with the environmental and human risks. Research shows pollution is much worse than anyone thought
"24.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Looking past Trump, Clinton now focused on 'electing Democrats down the ballot' Hillary Clinton says she doesn't "even think about responding" to Trump anymore and would instead spend the final weeks on the road "emphasizing the importance of electing Democrats down the ballot" in an effort to help them seize the Senate and chip away Hillary Clinton says she doesn't "even think about responding" to Donald Trump anymore.
"24.10.2016 12:30:01" cbc.ca Bill Murray receives Mark Twain Prize, in Bill Murray fashion Comedian Bill Murray was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at a star-studded Kennedy Center ceremony on Sunday. "There's love, that's what we came with, that's what we go with. I love you, let's try to repeat that to each other." – Bill Murray.
"24.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Federal funding changes 'catastrophic' for people living with HIV: advocate People across Canada living with HIV feel abandoned by the federal government because of changes to the way the Public Health Agency of Canada funds the response to the virus, according to some organizations that provide support services. Dozens of HIV/AIDS community organizations are losing funding as the Public Health Agency shifts its focus to prevention.
"24.10.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca Walmart insider says 'heartbreaking' amount of food dumped A former worker at almost a dozen Walmart stores in the Vancouver area says he saw 'disturbing' food waste at the big retailer. On every shift at almost every store, he says, he saw loads of what appeared to be good food dumped. Walmart say it only Walmart food waste caught on camera: 'They just toss it freely,' says former worker
"24.10.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Retirement is changing: here's what the word will mean for you People are living longer and working longer, and that's changing the definition of retirement. Peter Armstrong spoke with financial experts to see what retirement is going to mean for people just starting out in their careers today. You're never going to retire — and here's why.
"24.10.2016 10:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau's 'star power' unlikely to nab seat for Liberals in Alberta byelection The Conservatives are hoping to rally their traditional power base to retain hold on a sprawling southern Alberta federal riding that hasn't elected a Liberal MP in 48 years. In the last election, the Conservatives won with 67 per cent of the vote.
"24.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Miniature homes still a big problem for municipal bylaws Tiny Homes are taking off in popularity with people across the country joining the miniature movement but mini homebuilders in Manitoba say municipal bylaws haven't caught up with the craze. Winnipeg bylaws prohibit people from living in tiny homes full time.
"24.10.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian Trail Winter is coming, which means it's time to get acquainted with some of Canada's winter sport athletes on their road to #Pyeongchang2018. Tracking Canada's Olympians as they compete across the globe.
"24.10.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Explaining Canada to Canadians: Mike Myers on his new book Canadians have a "very thick" accent and a "superiority-inferiority complex" if you ask Mike Myers, but no such thing as a politeness problem. "I think civility will be our greatest legacy."
"24.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Oh Canada, mind your own business A Canadian marketing firm decided that in the midst of a contentious election season, Americans could use a little pep talk. They created a video called Tell America it's Great! Ashley Feinberg says we should just keep our noses out of it.
"24.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Workers leave Muskrat Falls site as protesters remain In a statement released Sunday afternoon by Nalcor Energy, the company said about 700 workers were "peacefully and safely escorted" from the site. Water levels won't be raised until government meets with various interest groups.
"24.10.2016 05:00:01" cbc.ca Guard killed in mass prison escape in Haiti Most inmates of a northern Haitian prison escaped on Saturday after killing a guard and stealing firearms, said authorities who launched a manhunt with support from UN peacekeepers for the 174 fugitives. 11 inmates were caught during the break, officials said.
"24.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Kevin Meaney, actor and comedian, dead at 60 Kevin Meaney, a comic's comic who worked the standup circuit, was a staple on late-night TV and starred in the short-lived 1990s CBS series Uncle Buck, has died at age 60, his agent said Saturday. Judd Apatow, Kevin Nealon, and Bob Saget sent their condolences.
"24.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Proposed AT&T-Time Warner deal raises antitrust concerns in Washington AT&T Inc's agreement to acquire Time Warner Inc for $85 billion US drew skepticism from both Democrats and Republicans on Sunday. With both political parties against it, the deal could hit a snag.
"24.10.2016 03:00:01" cbc.ca Dueling droughts: Cubs, Indians set to meet in World Series At long, long last, it's true: Either the Chicago Cubs or Cleveland Indians will win the World Series. The matchup between teams that forever waited till next year — next century, really — is finally here. For the Cubbies, this is their first World Series trip since 1945.
"24.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca 83 Nigerian soldiers missing after Boko Haram attack Senior military officers say 83 soldiers are missing after Boko Haram Islamic extremists attacked a remote base in northeastern Nigeria. Widows of civilians who joined the fight against Boko Haram were given food aid last week, after months of neglect. They say many may have drowned.
"24.10.2016 02:00:11" WATCH: The National for Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016
"24.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Man, 72, dies in suicide blast in Japanese park A 72-year-old retired soldier blew himself up in a park in the Japanese city of Utsunomiya, killing himself and injuring three other people in an apparent suicide, state broadcaster NHK reported. Suicide rates have declined in Japan in recent years, but remain among the highest in the world.
"24.10.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Volunteer sacked by Christmas charity over same-sex marriage views Since 1998, Kay Cossar has been a co-ordinator for Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan's Purse, a non-denominational evangelical organization. "I do believe that same-sex people should be able to marry and I do believe that a woman has the right to make a choice regarding abortion."
"24.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Trump supporters experience a "secular rapture," says sociologist Arlie Hochschild Hochschild ventured into the deep red state of Louisiana, one of the poorest in America, to try to understand why so many people intend to vote against their own best interests. "At the end of the day, it's not that they love Trump, it's that they don't see anything else speaking to their needs."
"24.10.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca How Calgary can tap into Denver's allure to young workers If you've ever travelled to Denver, you may notice it feels a bit like Calgary. And there are similarities. But the city south of the border is attracting millennials by the thousands while Calgary has recently lost some. Denver has jobs, weed, and beautiful scenery.
"24.10.2016 00:24:28" cbc.ca Is Yellowknife ready to reckon with its toxic legacy? Though recent scientific research shows that much of the arsenic that went up the stacks is still in the water, sediment and soil, officials and governments have yet to reckon fully with the environmental and human risks. Gold smelters emitted 19,000 tonnes of arsenic during half-century of mining.
"23.10.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca $11.42 ATM quibble over banking charges is part of a bigger trend of class actions Eric Finkel noticed something awry when he withdrew cash from an ATM while travelling in Cambodia in 2012 and early 2013. The Finkel case is one of dozens that pop up in a search of "deceptive practices" under the BPCPA.
"23.10.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca 'I'm terrified': Creep Catcher vigilantes accused of threatening women who question group's tactics Creep Catcher is a national network of vigilantes who pose as minors online in order to bait would-be sex offenders, then confront them on camera and share the videos online. "If you badmouth one of our boys, well, I'm pretty sure you've seen what happens to people who do these kind of things."
"23.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Missing head from Jesus statue returned, says priest Father Lajeunesse said a woman returned the head on Friday, after reading stories about it in the news and social media. Parish priest unveiled the head to his congregation during Sunday Mass.
"23.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Fort McMurray residents struggle to recover 6 months after the fire Nearly six months after one of the largest evacuations in Canadian history, no one in Fort McMurray has a clear idea just how many people have returned to the city. "After you see the ruin, and the dust settles and the reality sets in, you go, 'Who wants this?'"
"23.10.2016 21:30:13" cbc.ca Dennis Oland's Supreme Court bail appeal expected to proceed even if moot point Dennis Oland's bail appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada is expected to proceed on Oct. 31. Murder conviction appeal decision slated for Monday, but bail hearing remains issue of "national importance."
"23.10.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Minister Carla Qualtrough says Canada's new disability act will 'make history' Canada's top politician in charge of disability issues Carla Qualtrough knows her file, inside and out. The federal minister joins The Current to talk about her quest to make history by drafting a national accessibility law — the first of its kind. "We have strong attitudes around inclusion and equity...but sometimes that doesn't translate into opportunity for Canadians."
"23.10.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca 'Amateur hour behaviour': School trustee selection process needs review, educator says The Vancouver School Board's elected members refused to balance the board's budget. B.C. firing the entire Vancouver School Board has some questioning role of trustees.
"23.10.2016 20:02:00" cbc.ca Does art offer the best path to heal historical wrongs? The Secret Path is a powerful film about an Indigenous boy who dies escaping a residential school. Have your say on Cross Country Checkup at 1 p.m. PT, 2 p.m. MT, 3 p.m. CT, 4 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. AT, 5:30 p.m. NT.
"23.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca U.S. presidential election uses hodge-podge of voting technology Even though Americans in all 50 states will be voting for the same presidential candidates, they'll be making their choices in a variety of ways. From filling in bubbles to all-electronic devices, Americans vote in many different ways depending on where they live.
"23.10.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca Alec Baldwin takes on Trump and his own brother in SNL's final mock debate Saturday Night Live spoofed the third and final presidential debate without having to embellish that much. The mock audience was shown laughing hysterically, zooming out to show the earth.
"23.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Cubs beat Dodgers, advance to World Series for 1st time in 71 years The long-suffering Chicago Cubs advanced to the World Series for the first time in 71 years with a 5-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday. "I'm sleeping with this thing tonight," the Chicago Cubs first baseman said, kissing the ball he caught for the final out.
"23.10.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca 'They're asking me to prove the impossible': Feds deny B.C. woman thalidomide compensation Joanne Jenkins was born with deformed hands, but the federal government wants proof from a doctor long since deceased that her birth mother took the drug thalidomide. Joanne Jenkins says government should compensate her for allowing harmful morning sickness drug onto market.
"23.10.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Belgium given Monday deadline for EU-Canada trade pact approval The European Union has given Belgium's federal government until late on Monday to secure backing for an EU-Canada trade deal from the region of Wallonia or a planned summit to sign the pact will be cancelled, an EU source said on Sunday. "Will we reach a solution? All depends on the contents."
"23.10.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca Clinton camp worried about perceived Keystone XL flip-flop, hacked emails show Hacked emails show Hillary Clinton's campaign wrestled with how to announce her opposition to construction of the Keystone XL pipeline without losing the support of labour unions that supported the project. Obama announced in November 2015 that the pipeline project would be shelved.
"23.10.2016 16:30:02" cbc.ca Soylent meal replacement bars recalled after illnesses reported Soylent meal replacement bars are being recalled after reports of illness, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Friday. People reported having "gastrointestinal issues" after eating the bars.
"23.10.2016 16:00:00" cbc.ca Yellowknife author debuts memoir two decades in the making Yellowknife author Laurie Sarkadi's memoir Voice in the Wild, written over more than two decades, launches this weekend. It began with a bear.
"23.10.2016 15:30:01" cbc.ca Can a Twitter taunt bot defeat the trolls and save political discourse? This week marked the third and final US Presidential debate and the online discourse around it wasn't a lot better than the first two. A new study by Oxford University researchers this week reveals that pro-Trump tweets outnumber pro-Clinton tweets by a margin of two-to-one.
"23.10.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Zombies vs. robots: Can The Walking Dead take a bite out of new Sunday night TV contender, Westworld? HBO's new offering will challenge AMC's ratings monster, now in its seventh season, as they go head-to-head in the 9 p.m. Sunday-night time slot. Zombies or cowboy robots? Genre-loving audiences have a TV face-off tonight.
"23.10.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca Military exercise on Toronto's waterfront prompts tongue-in-cheek tweets about U.S. invasion, election With rifles in hand and in full military gear, tens of reservists stormed the shores of Toronto today, transforming the city's waterfront into a battle scene. Turns out Toronto was not in fact being invaded.
"23.10.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca Muskrat Falls protesters cut lock on gate, enter work site Protesters have broken through a gate at the Muskrat Falls work site in central Labrador, marching with flags and occupying the area Saturday afternoon. Group wants topsoil and vegetation cleared to reduce the risk of methylmercury poisoning the water.
"23.10.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca Meet wrestling's fur-clad, beer-swilling 'King of the Yukon' B.C. wrestler Davey Elmhurst wanted a 'quintessentially Canadian' character for the ring. His solution? A barking, howling party animal who finishes his opponents off with a 'Gold Rush' into the turnbuckles. Some nights, the crowd chants "Yu-Kon do it!"
"23.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Buffer Fest in Toronto gives YouTubers chance to meet audience Toronto's Buffer Festival this weekend is a way for online creators to be reminded they're rockstars in their own right, at least when it comes to Youtube. Photographers, comedians, singers and fans will gather for the annual event in Toronto.
"23.10.2016 12:30:01" cbc.ca How a Nazi attack sparked invasion fears on a remote Nova Scotia island New research for a CBC documentary is shedding light on how a war-time attack on a Mersey Pulp and Paper ship sparked fears that the Nazis were invading Seal Island, N.S. Mike Burchill met an eyewitness to his father's WW2 rescue.
"23.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Intimidating or helpful? Jehovah's Witness hospital visits under scrutiny Hospital visits by Jehovah's Witness elders, aimed at defending the right of members to refuse blood transfusions, are under scrutiny following the death of a 26-year-old. "You will either lose your life in God's eyes, or potentially die,"
"23.10.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca FFAW president hopes Canada-EU trade talks aren't finished The head of Newfoundland and Labrador's largest private-sector union saws he's disappointed that Canada-EU trade talks have fallen apart. "It's preliminary, but it doesn't certainly look good for CETA in its current form right now."
"23.10.2016 11:00:01" cbc.ca Need to raise taxes deters locals from running in small-town election Decades of minimal tax increases in the 80s and 90s have left the town of about 500 people on the hook for some major tax increases. Saltcoats, Sask. only managed to find a mayor and two councillors.
"23.10.2016 10:22:08" cbc.ca 'Own up to it': Apple faces pressure to address iPhone 'touch disease' What's known as iPhone "touch disease" appears to be spreading and pressure is mounting for Apple to find a cure. However, the tech giant still refuses to talk about it. Complaints are mounting over alleged iPhone defect.
"23.10.2016 10:00:01" cbc.ca Iraqi forces push into town near Mosul after ISIS assault on Kirkuk Iraqi forces have pushed into a town to the southeast of Mosul and are reported to be just five kilometres from the ISIS-held city. U.S. Defence Secretary Ash Carter is now in Baghdad to oversee the military advance.
"23.10.2016 09:35:47" cbc.ca Veterans allowed too much pot, says ex-NDP MP Former NDP MP Peter Stoffer agrees that medical cannabis can have benefits for veterans, but says he's worried about the amount of cannabis former soldiers are allowed under Veterans Affairs Canada rules. "Ten grams a day is an awful lot of marijuana to give one person."
"23.10.2016 09:00:01" cbc.ca Saskatchewan casino hosts mahjong tournament series This weekend the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority launched its first mahjong championship circuit event at Dakota Dunes Casino south of Saskatoon. Players are vying for a spot in the Canadian championship in B.C. next month.
"23.10.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca 2 students arrested in Laval University break-ins Two students at Laval University have been arrested in connection with a rash of break-ins at one of the school's residences in Quebec City. They have been suspended by the university. Police said they received a total of 15 complaints related to a rash of break-ins last weekend.
"23.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Jays get knocked out and the U.S. presidential debates wrap up Toronto Blue Jays get knocked out and the U.S. presidential debates wrap up in the top photos from around the globe from Oct. 16-21. Here's a week in stunning photography.
"23.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca AT&T set to announce purchase of Time Warner for $85B US AT&T Inc. is set to announce as early as Saturday an $85 billion US deal to buy Time Warner Inc, sources familiar with the matter said, giving the telecom company control of cable TV channels HBO and CNN, film studio Warner Bros. and other coveted media Time Warner's assets include the HBO, CNN, TBS and TNT networks as well as the Warner Bros film studio.
"23.10.2016 05:30:00" cbc.ca Why the odds are against a safe landing on Mars: Bob McDonald Almost 60 per cent of robot missions to Mars have failed for one reason or another. Here's why it's an enormous challenge to land safely on the Red Planet. Most missions to the Red Planet have failed to land safely.
"23.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Trump gets fact-checked by TV Academy The Television Academy is firing back at Donald Trump's claim that the Emmys are "rigged." And celebrities are backing the annual awards show. They promise the Emmys aren't rigged.
"23.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Jeremy the snail is rare, lonely and looking for love A British researcher is playing match-maker for a garden snail. The challenge is that Jeremy's shell swirls the opposite direction than most. That means he'll need to find another extremely rare "lefty" to mate with. "When they try to mate, essentially, their bits are in the wrong position."
"23.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Armoured truck rammed open with front-end loader near Montreal Montreal Police are searching for two suspects after an armoured truck was rammed open with a front-end loader. Police do not know how much money the two suspects took.
"23.10.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca What Calgary can learn from Denver in its time of need Calgary could stand to learn a thing or two from Denver about getting off an energy rollercoaster. While Denver is rising, Calgary is struggling.
"23.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Donald Glover cast as Lando Calrissian in upcoming Star Wars spinoff Actor and singer Donald Glover will be playing Lando Calrissian in the young Han Solo spin-off film from the Star Wars universe, Walt Disney Co. and Lucasfilm said on Friday. The still-untitled film will focus on a young Han Solo and is expected to be released in May 2018.
"23.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost reveals the secret history of an epically weird show For 25 years, Twin Peaks fans have been left to mull the mysteries of this short-lived show with nothing in the way of guidance or support. Frost's book starts in 1805 with an excerpt from the expedition journals of William Clark and Meriwether Lewis and continues to Twin Peaks in 1991.
"23.10.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Clinton campaign preparing for possibility that Trump will never concede Clinton's team is keeping a close eye on statements by national Republican leaders, predicting they could play an important role in how these accusations are taken. "Donald is still going to whine if he loses. But if the mandate is clear, I don't think many people will follow him."
"23.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Stunning drone footage reveals bowhead whales like their afternoon siestas The bowhead whale is the longest-living marine mammal in the world, yet many questions remain about the biology and feeding behaviour of this elusive animal. Bowhead whales like their afternoon siestas.
"23.10.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca N.Y. brings in tough regulations on Airbnb New York state enacted one of the nation's toughest restrictions on Airbnb on Friday with a new law authorizing fines of up to $7,500 US for many short-term rentals. Enforcement of the new laws will be a challenge.
"23.10.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Ex-Habs coach Jacques Demers hospitalized after suffering stroke Former NHL coach Jacques Demers has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke, Radio-Canada is reporting. An earlier stroke led to three months of intensive rehabilitative therapy.
"22.10.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Selanne leads Jets over Oilers in alumni game Teemu Selanne scored twice, including the winner with four seconds left, and had three assists as the Jets defeated the Edmonton Oilers 6-5 in the Heritage Classic alumni game at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg. Teemu Selanne had cheers rain down on him from Winnipeg Jets fans on Saturday.
"22.10.2016 23:00:00" How Louis C.K. is shutting down scalpers These artists are helping to shut down scalpers.
More on why you can't get tickets: https://youtu.be/q9xZznpVWXA
"22.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Attacks that disrupted Twitter, Paypal, Spotify were just a dry run, hackers say Could millions of connected cameras, thermostats and kids' toys bring the internet to its knees? It's beginning to look that way. Hackers say the attacks were just a dry run.
"22.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Bob Dylan's post-win silence is 'arrogant', according to Nobel academy member The prize will be officially conferred Dec. 10 in Stockholm. "One can say that it is impolite and arrogant. He is who he is."
"22.10.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Old-time Oilers strike fear into Winnipeg hearts The Winnipeg of the '80s was a city in decline, psychologically if not physically. Its older residents regaled children with tales about its storied past. To Winnipeg hockey fans of a certain age, the 1980s Edmonton Oilers were the stuff of nightmare.
"22.10.2016 21:00:00" Surgeon opens vape shop "We just can't vilify" smokers, says heart surgeon who opened up vape shop.
"22.10.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca Polling industry groups look to merge amid new disclosure standards Two public opinion and research associations are considering merging in a drive to improve the standards of disclosure in the industry. At least one prominent polling firm worries that those standards could undermine the industry's level playing field.
"22.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Goggles on! Chocks away! Winging through the history of Calgary airports Calgary's aviation history has been anchored in numerous hangars and terminals. As YYC prepares to open a new terminal which doubles the size of the airport. Opening an airport terminal is old hat in this town.
"22.10.2016 19:30:01" cbc.ca Trump vows to sue his female accusers in speech laying out agenda for 1st 100 days Donald Trump has announced what actions he'll take in his first 100 days in office, should he become the next U.S. president. "I look so forward to doing that."
"22.10.2016 19:00:01" cbc.ca If you thought you'll pay much less with Ontario's new hydro deal, think again A deal to buy Quebec's cheaper and cleaner hydroelectric power will save Ontario millions of dollars, but there's little relief in the agreement for Ontarians. Ontario agreed to buy hydroelectricity from Quebec, and in return would save $70 million dollars in costs.
"22.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Check out this library; it's so cool, 'there's no shushing' From the cafe to the recording studio, not a of things are conventional about the Vaughan Civic Centre Resource Library. Recording booth, teen room, café, and a virtual reality station? This is not your parents' library.
"22.10.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Ottawa urged to end 'birth tourism' that leads to automatic citizenship Thousands of Canadians have signed an electronic petition urging the government to restrict automatic citizenship rights for babies born in Canada to foreigners. "Maternity motels,"says Conservative MP, operate as temporary lodging for pregnant women from other countries who want automatic citizenship for their children born within Canada.
"22.10.2016 17:30:01" cbc.ca If Big Tobacco sells e-cigarettes, they'll 'recruit a whole new generation' of smokers: Public Health Ontario If Ottawa lets Big Tobacco into the e-cigarette business it would be handing the industry the chance to hook teenagers on nicotine and turn them into lifelong customers. E-cigarettes can only legally be sold in Canada without nicotine, technically.
"22.10.2016 17:00:01" cbc.ca Only a 'sociopath' would indiscrimately publish leaked data: Greenwald takes aim at WikiLeaks Journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke to CBC's Diana Swain about the dilemmas posed by so-called data dumps and the motives behind the leaks. "You'd have to be a sociopath to think that we ought to just take all of this material and dump it all on the internet without regard to the impact that it will have for innocent people."
"22.10.2016 16:30:01" cbc.ca How to escape winter on the cheap Travel bloggers and pros share their best advice on how to escape the coming cold of winter for a southern destination, without breaking the bank "Most of Central America is on sale right now."
"22.10.2016 16:00:00" How to score seats to a sold out show Sold out show? Maybe not. Here's a secret way to get tickets that you may not know about.
More here: http://www.cbc.ca/marketplace/episodes/2016-2017/the-ticket-game
"22.10.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca CETA can be saved, says Belgium's ambassador to Canada about trade deal Belgium's ambassador to Canada says there is still life in the free trade deal the Liberal government is trying to finalize with the European Union. "I think that this is actually the best treaty you can imagine in terms of free trade for the 21st century."
"22.10.2016 15:00:01" cbc.ca 'Walking controversy' Donald Trump takes focus off Clinton's leaked emails The emails — believed to have been stolen by Russian hackers — might have been a sharper political weapon had Trump not made himself the dominant news story. The emails range from embarrassing to mundane to potentially politically harmful.
"22.10.2016 14:34:19" cbc.ca Nintendo Switch hopes to succeed where Wii U sputtered Upcoming gaming console unifies home and handheld platforms into one device. Nintendo Switch can be played at home or on the go, combining Wii U with 3DS.
"22.10.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Large drop in CRA scam phone calls since 70 people arrested in Indian call centre, RCMP says The recent arrest of several dozen people in India this month has been followed by a significant drop in the number of telephone scams. Scammers have been calling Canadians looking for a bogus tax payment.
"22.10.2016 13:30:01" cbc.ca 'There's a real possibility of death': says Labrador doctor about hunger strikes Inuk artist Billy Gauthier is into the eighth day of a hunger strike against planned Muskrat Falls flooding. Some are questioning how long the body can survive without food.
"22.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Mystical Landscapes brings Monet, van Gogh masterpieces to Toronto A new exhibit in Toronto is re-examining famous paintings through a new lens of spirituality and mysticism. Famous artists found spirituality in nature and the cosmos.
"22.10.2016 12:30:09" cbc.ca U.S. web provider says probing U.S.-wide internet outages Not yet clear who is responsible for attack, but FBI is investigating. Major cyberattack knocked Twitter, Paypal, Spotify offline Friday.
"22.10.2016 12:23:42" cbc.ca How brokers and bots prevent you from getting the ticket you want CBC Marketplace investigated how bot software often beats the general public to grab the best seats so resellers can peddle them to fans at a markup. Bot software is grabbing the best seats
"22.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Infant found in critical condition in home with suspected fentanyl residue A child younger than 18 months was taken to hospital in critical condition Tuesday night. "The drug is incredibly toxic. If it is fentanyl, these are the kind of risks that are present."
"22.10.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca Why the odds are against a safe landing on Mars Almost 60 per cent of robot missions to Mars have failed for one reason or another. Here's why it's an enormous challenge to land safely on the Red Planet. The first astronauts who travel to Mars have 50/50 chance of surviving.
"22.10.2016 11:00:01" cbc.ca Not so scary: What to expect if you're going through divorce The Community Legal Information Association of PEI is holding a free family law course next month designed to help people who are experiencing a custody or access dispute. Free law courses focus on what's best for the children.
"22.10.2016 10:30:00" cbc.ca Don't bid on World Expo 2025, city staff urges Toronto councillors shouldn't back a bid to host the World Expo in 2025, a report from city staff says. Councillor says staff are too "scared" to make a bold move.
"22.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Loonie falls below 75 cents — and may go further, analyst says The Canadian dollar has fallen below the 75 cent US level for the first time since March. The dollar finished the day at 75.04 cents US, down by 0.59 cents.
"22.10.2016 09:30:00" cbc.ca Mosul residents flee conflict between ISIS, Iraq troops As Iraqi troops and ISIS clash over the city of Mosul, some of the more than one million residents of the last major ISIS stronghold are fleeing their homes. Witness the desperate escape from ISIS-held Mosul.
"22.10.2016 09:28:59" cbc.ca 'Walking controversy' Donald Trump takes focus off Clinton's leaked emails WikiLeaks has brought shades of Cold War subterfuge to the U.S. presidential campaign, publishing documents that in any other election might have tarnished Hillary Clinton. Here's a sprinkling of what the emails contain. Accusations against Trump of sexual impropriety may be helping to shield his Democrat rival
"22.10.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Saying goodbye to HMCS Preserver one last time After 46 years in the fleet of the Canadian navy, HMCS Preserver officially reached the end of her commission on Friday. Over the years, the ship was home to some 8,000 sailors.
"22.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca 96-year-old Ontario woman still horseback riding, has no plans to stop Dinnie Greenway loves riding horses, and she's not letting a little thing like age stop her. Dinnie Greenway was one of Canada's first female riders to make her mark as a competitor.
"22.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Thanks to familiar faces, Edmonton streets are alive with the sound of music Without them, Edmonton's pedways and streets would sound like a cacophony of cellphone conversations, traffic noises, and the slap of footsteps on cement. "Before the economic downturn, I could earn up to $400 for one night only."
"22.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Nigerians forced to flee Boko Haram need 'life-saving aid' as food crisis grows After being forced to flee their homes, witnessing brutal violence and the destruction of their communities, are now facing starvation. "The world cannot afford to wait another moment to take action."
"22.10.2016 04:30:00" cbc.ca Yellowknife journalist found not guilty of obstruction John McFadden, a journalist with Northern News Services, was found not guilty today of obstruction of justice for taking photographs of RCMP officers searching a parked van in downtown Yellowknife. "Any citizen should be able to do what I did that night."
"22.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Powerful earthquake in western Japan knocks out power, injures 7 A powerful earthquake in western Japan knocked loose roof tiles, toppled store shelves and caused power outages Friday afternoon. The 6.6 magnitude quake occurred 700 kilometres west of Tokyo.
"22.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Dellen Millard's trial date set for father's murder, heir to aviation fortune to seek legal aid Dellen Millard is now scheduled to stand trial for his father's murder in March 2018 and he'll rely on legal aid for his defence. Millard, along with friend Mark Smich, was convicted of the first-degree murder of Tim Bosma.
"22.10.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca One year after whale boat sinking, pain from Tofino tragedy remains One year after the sinking of a whale-watching vessel off British Columbia that tossed 27 people into the churning Pacific, the wounds have barely started to heal. "The loss of so many lives in a small community, it's profound and it's deep."
"22.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca From Instagram to international media: Sudbury's Jesus head statue turning heads A temporary Jesus head statue in Sudbury, Ont. has people talking around the world. You can now follow the Sudbury 'Jesus head' on Instagram.
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"22.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Bombardier to axe 2,000 Canadian jobs by 2018 Bombardier is cutting its Canadian workforce by another 2,000 people as it trims its global staffing level by almost 10 per cent or 7,500 people. Majority of cuts will be in Quebec.
"22.10.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Angry clowns berate bookstore owner over no clowns sign Two clowns confronted the owner of City Lights Bookstore in London, Ont., Thursday afternoon after a "no clowns allowed" sign in the store's window. London clowns storm bookstore over window sign.
"22.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Researchers uncover structure of marijuana receptor that makes humans 'high' Researchers have the clearest-ever picture of the receptor that gives humans the 'high' from marijuana. Researchers are learning how to make better weed
"22.10.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian parents spend a quarter of their salary on child care — a third if they're single Canadian families spend almost one-quarter of their income on child care, a ratio that is much higher than in other parts of the world, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development says. Bad news for families and the economy as more parents forced to stay at home
"22.10.2016 00:00:00" TV sets the size of a shoebox This Nova Scotian woman makes teeny tiny version of television sets, including Friends and The X-Files.
"21.10.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Ram on the lam 'looking for love in all the wrong places' "Anyone missing a ram?" As in animal, not Dodge truck. That's the question a Lethbridge College instructor asked after he found one while out mountain biking in a coulee. Rodney the Ram – Lethbridge's legendary runaway sheep
"21.10.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca 'We've been worn down': French police fed up with state-of-emergency working conditions Last night, for the fourth night in a row, French police broke their own rules. Understaffed French police say they've had no time for regular responsibilities since terror attacks
"21.10.2016 22:30:01" cbc.ca Twitter conversations on abortion, economy rise after Clinton vs. Trump debate This week's debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had a significant effect on shifting the U.S. election conversation on Twitter from scandals to policy issues. Over 4,000 people took to Twitter after the debate to say Trump had lost their vote
"21.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Wonder Woman named a special UN ambassador, despite protests The UN celebrated Wonder Woman's 75th birthday by naming the comic book character as its new Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women. Girl power – or not? UN staff protest move to name Wonder Woman honorary ambassador
"21.10.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca At least 53 killed in overloaded train derailment in Cameroon Cameroon's transport minister says at least 53 people have died after a train overloaded with passengers derailed. Train had been carrying 1,300 passengers instead of the usual 600
"21.10.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca A man, a dog, and half a year on the water: northern Ontario paddler finishes solo journey A northern Ontario paddler with some impressive treks under his belt has completed his latest — and longest — solo paddling expedition. Mike Ranta paddles from Vancouver to Cape Breton in 200 days
"21.10.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca Man handed Nova Scotia's 1st ever jail sentence for animal cruelty, SPCA says A man received a 30-day jail sentence and lifetime ban from owning any animals after he pleaded guilty to keeping 19 cats in unhealthy conditions. Neighbours complained of a "terrible smell" coming from an apartment containing 19 cats
"21.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Jack Reacher: Never Go Back is an unwelcome return, says CBC's Eli Glasner Collaborators always talk about how hard action hero Tom Cruise works to nail the moment or perfect that fight scene. But where's the heart? REVIEW: Tom Cruise's character in new film lacks humanity
"21.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Drunk driver caught picking up her toddler from daycare in Gatineau, Que. Police credit daycare staff who called to report a drunk driver Thursday afternoon. Woman had three times the legal limit of alcohol in her system
"21.10.2016 19:04:04" cbc.ca Typhoon Haima slams into China after killing at least 13 in Philippines Typhoon Haima churned toward southern China on Friday after smashing into the northern Philippines with ferocious wind and rain. Storm has left flooding, landslides and power outages in its wake
"21.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Hamilton protester throws pumpkin seeds at Prime Minister Trudeau Cries of “don't hurt me!” rang out outside Hamilton City Hall on Friday as a protester who tried to ambush Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with pumpkin seeds. Angry protestor ambushes Prime Minister with pumpkin seeds
"21.10.2016 17:57:33" cbc.ca Schiaparelli Mars probe crash-landed, may have exploded, says ESA The European Space Agency says its experimental Mars probe crash-landed and may have exploded when it hit the surface of the Red Planet Wednesday. NASA pictures show a black spot in area where the Schiaparelli craft was meant to land.
"21.10.2016 17:30:01" cbc.ca Popular messaging services put privacy at risk, says Amnesty International Major messaging services like Snapchat, Skype and BlackBerry's BBM are not taking basic steps to ensure privacy, according to Amnesty International. Snapchat, Skype and BBM are not protecting users' privacy, says Amnesty International.
"21.10.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca Meet the new Anne of Green Gables: CBC series finds its star in Irish-Canadian actress The new take on the Lucy Maud Montgomery classic, called simply Anne, will air on CBC and Netflix in the U.S. next spring. Meet Amybeth McNulty, the star of the new Anne of Green Gables series for CBC and Netflix.
"21.10.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca 'I am very sad': Freeland walks as last-ditch Canada-EU trade talks collapse Last-ditch efforts to salvage Canada's trade deal with the European Union appear to have collapsed Friday, as International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland walked out of talks with the regional government of Wallonia. The region has been been blocking Canada-EU trade talks collapse in Wallonia as International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland walks out.
"21.10.2016 16:00:00" cbc.ca Partisan Twitter bots distorting U.S. presidential candidates' popularity It may sound a bit childish, but bot (automated) Twitter accounts like @loserDonldTrump and thousands of others are changing the conversations around this election. They might even be changing minds. Thousands of automated accounts — known as bots — flood Twitter with messages for and against the candidates.
"21.10.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca Shortage of judges increasing citizenship wait times The Trudeau government's failure to fill vacant citizenship judge positions is increasing delays for those seeking Canadian citizenship. Waiting to become Canadian: Citizenship ceremonies are being delayed by the judge shortage.
"21.10.2016 15:00:01" cbc.ca How does Justin Trudeau really feel about electoral reform? Let's go to the tape Six months ago Justin Trudeau suggested the public's enthusiasm for electoral reform had dissipated in the wake of his own government's arrival. But at the time, the comment was made in the midst of what was otherwise a passionate argument in favour of Here's what the prime minister has said about the need for change and proportional representation.
"21.10.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca Nigerians forced to flee Boko Haram need 'life-saving aid' as food crisis grows After being forced to flee their homes, witnessing brutal violence and the destruction of their communities, many in northeastern Nigeria are now facing another pressing risk — severe malnutrition and starvation. "The world cannot afford to wait another moment to take action."
"21.10.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Clinton and Trump trade political barbs for jokes at fundraising dinner Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both attending the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, where tradition dictates that the candidates deliver humorous remarks poking fun at each other and themselves, a jovial custom that seems hard to envision In an evening meant for laughs, Donald Trump managed to elicit a few boos. #AlSmithDinner
"21.10.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca Evading the Netflix crackdown on border hoppers still possible, tech site says Netflix may be winning the war on cross-border watchers, but some of its targets refuse to go down without a fight. A handful of unblocking companies are finding ways around the Netflix blocks, says the consumer tech security website Comparitech. How Netflix may be crushing border hoppers — and ways to get around it.
"21.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Trump a 'puppet' of Putin? WikiLeaks target isn't who you may think, Russia experts say If Russian President Vladimir Putin is indeed pulling the strings in this U.S. election, he's likely less interested in shaking up the outcome of the race than in proving a point about American democracy, experts say. Wikileaks' goal may be "to sow doubts about the electoral process" rather than to help either candidate, says Thomas Graham, a Yale University Russia scholar.
"21.10.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca Want cheaper access to American e-commerce? Better tell it to the feds: Neil Macdonald Canadian lawmakers could raise what's known as the de minimis level and make it dramatically cheaper for their constituents to buy goods online from the U.S. The trouble is, Neil Macdonald writes, the most obvious upside would be for Canadian consumers, An American-led coalition of retailers is lobbying the Canadian government to make it cheaper for Canadian citizens to shop online for goods from the U.S.
"21.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca 'There's a big problem': Two-thirds of Tragically Hip tickets weren't sold directly to fans CBC's Marketplace investigated why it's so hard for fans to get good seats and found that only one-third of tickets for the Tragically Hip's Man Machine Poem tour made it to fans at face value. Live Nation admits for the first time that ticket brokers and scalper bots made millions, leaving many fans shut out.
"21.10.2016 11:30:02" cbc.ca Why not to call 911 for information during a natural disaster During last year's quake, the province's 911 centre was flooded with non-emergency calls that tied up lines. "Was that an earthquake?"
"21.10.2016 11:00:01" cbc.ca 'Halifax is booming; Alberta is not': Arthur Irving plugs Energy East pipeline Irving Oil opened its Halifax Harbour Terminal on Thursday with a major plug for the proposed Energy East pipeline. "Alberta needs it, the East Coast needs it and the crude has to be sold and transported."
"21.10.2016 10:30:00" cbc.ca Charlottetown Police lay charges in $20K diamond heist Charlottetown Police have charged two people in connection with a theft of $20,000 worth of diamonds from a city jewelry store. Two people accused of swapping $20K diamonds with worthless stones.
"21.10.2016 10:00:01" cbc.ca Fishermen's group asks judge to stop Fundy turbine installation A legal fight to halt the deployment of two five-storey tidal turbines on the seabed of Nova Scotia's Minas Passage opened in a Halifax court on Thursday. Group says the turbines will cause irreparable harm to marine life and fisheries in the Bay of Fundy.
"21.10.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Drivers busted for eating and putting on makeup add to spike in distracted driving tickets Police caught more that 400 Saskatchewan motorists talking on their phones, eating or applying makeup while driving last month. Cellphones, food and make up can distract drivers.
"21.10.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Mystery flares: Edmonton astronomer stumped by his own discovery For Edmonton astronomer Gregory Sivakoff, the sight of never-before-seen explosions in space was the find of a lifetime. "We've never seen anything that flares this brightly and repeats like this."
"21.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Centre Wellington doesn't want province to expropriate Middlebrook well from Nestlé The Council of Canadians has suggested the province should expropriate the Middlebrook well in Elora from Nestlé and give it to Centre Wellington. "If you don't like the rules, you change the rules, you don't force things."
"21.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Trudeau urged to come clean on 'selfish' electoral reform plan Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing growing calls to confirm his commitment to overhauling Canada's voting system. Trudeau said he remains "deeply committed" to reform
"21.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca See what happens when this colourblind artist tries painting with colours for the first time For the first time ever, colourblind artist Meghan Sims has tried painting using a full colour palette, and the results are fascinating. "Because it was something out of my reach ... I felt that I didn't need to understand it."
"21.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca The science of lying: Why dishonesty has been a major part of the 2016 election In what will likely be remembered as the most surreal election campaign in modern American history, one word has been thrown around more than most — liar. Is fudging the truth just human nature?
"21.10.2016 04:30:00" cbc.ca Nunavut boy battling serious illness 'happiest kid in the world' after toy shopping spree A Nunavut boy battling a rare and potentially life-threatening illness enjoyed a frantic but fun scramble through a Winnipeg toy store on Thursday morning. "It's going to make the dialysis time go a little bit faster, for sure."
"21.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Millennials fall for online scams more often than baby boomers A recent Better Business Bureau study found 69 per cent of scam victims are under 45 — and millennials are more likely to get scammed than baby boomers. An 'optimism bias' is tricking more millennials into online swindles
"21.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca $2B needed for 'immediate' fixes to First Nations schools, bureaucrats say The federal Indigenous Affairs Department says it needs at least $2 billion to fix 115 First Nations schools that require "immediate attention," according to documents tabled in the House of Commons. Half of all First Nations schools have a health or safety deficiency, according to recent inspections.
"21.10.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca Kids need to read more than the internet for self-reflection, author says An author who embedded himself in several classrooms over a year says kids are missing something when they read only their screens and not printed pages. "You learn about something, especially about yourself, when you sit down and read a novel."
"21.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca New Tolkien Middle-earth romance coming in 2017 A love story written by Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien is being published in 2017. Lord of the Rings fans rejoice
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"21.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca 'Scalper bots' that scoop up concert tickets to be outlawed in Ontario Ontario plans to introduce legislation next spring to outlaw computer "scalper bots" that scoop up huge blocks of tickets to concerts and major sporting events. Legislation comes after Tragically Hip fans shut out of initial ticket sales last summer
"21.10.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Donald Trump says he would accept 'a clear' election result, but challenge a 'questionable' one Republican Donald Trump on Thursday said he would accept a "clear" election result but reserved the right to file a legal challenge. Trump maintains Clinton's campaign is trying to "rig" the election
"21.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Snoopy, Peanuts gang, cut loose by insurance giant MetLife as it retools MetLife drops the Peanuts cartoon characters after using them for 31 years in their marketing efforts. Snoopy gets the pink slip
"21.10.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca 'The international language of basketball' helps 3 Syrian teens feel at home in Canada Three girls whose families fled the bloodshed in Syria and settled in Toronto are finding their way in Canada with the help of high school basketball. Coach says team is 'even stronger' with the addition of the 3 refugees
"21.10.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Jehovah's Witness who died giving birth understood risk of refusing blood, Quebec health minister says Quebec Health Minister Gaétan Barrette says he has proof a 26-year-old Jehovah's Witness woman who died during childbirth at a hospital near Quebec City. Woman died of a hemorrhage while giving birth by C-section
"20.10.2016 23:00:00" Who Killed Alberta Williams? "If I didn't turn my head away, she would be here."
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"20.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Actress Shailene Woodley pleads not guilty in pipeline protest Actress Shailene Woodley pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges stemming from her high-profile arrest with 27 other people. Divergent actress was broadcasting on Facebook Live when she was arrested
"20.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Trump gets part of the blame as Bank of Canada lowers growth expectations: Don Pittis Political uncertainty in the U.S. plus a cooling Canadian housing market are two reasons Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz downgraded this country's prospects for economic growth. But on the bright side, he says, the risk posed by consumer debt is Donald Trump gets blamed for everything.
"20.10.2016 21:30:01" cbc.ca New toonie honours veterans with Battle of the Atlantic tribute A veteran of the Battle of the Atlantic hopes people take a closer look at the change in their pockets, and appreciate the story behind a new toonie entering circulation. 75th anniversary of WWII Battle of the Atlantic
"20.10.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca 'Why aren't we allowed to sell a less harmful product?' Imperial Tobacco wants into e-cigarette market Canada's biggest tobacco company is hoping the federal government's upcoming legislation to regulate e-cigarettes and vaping products could usher its entry into the booming $235-million market. They sell cigarettes, but now Imperial Tobacco wants to sell e-cigarettes and vaping products, too.
"20.10.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca Advocates say an end to homelessness is within reach Homelessness remains at crisis levels in Canada, but for the first time in 25 years advocates have some hope the country is on course to end the plight of people living on the street. A reports has found that the homeless situation is still at 'crisis' levels, but Canada is making progress through strategy and investment.
"20.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Mother warns 'party drug' users after daughter dies from drinking too much water Linda Kyrzyk says her daughter Leanne Germain died in February after taking MDMA and then drinking too much water. "I just remember yelling, how do you die from drinking water?" — Linda Kyrzyk.
"20.10.2016 19:50:51" LIVE Q + A: CBC's Johanna Wagstaffe and Carlos Ventura, of UBC's Earthquake Engineering Research Facility, take your questions about earthquake risk and preparedness.
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"20.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Postmedia aiming to cut staff costs again Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says its intends to reduce staffing costs by 20 per cent as the company reported lower revenue and a deeper quarterly net loss. Company will start with voluntary buyouts before announcing possible layoffs
"20.10.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca University of Ottawa won't commit to investigating sexualized pub crawl University of Ottawa administrators will not commit to investigating the organizers of a now cancelled annual pub crawl, during which students were reportedly encouraged to engage in sexual acts in exchange for team points. University of Ottawa administrators won't commit to investigating a student pub crawl that awarded points for sex acts.
"20.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Nintendo unveils Switch, its new hybrid gaming console Nintendo formally announced its new video game console: a hybrid home-and-portable machine called Switch. Nintendo's hybrid home and portable machine gaming console, Switch, is set for a March 2017 release.
"20.10.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Ups and downs in WestJet's expansion to London WestJet's expansion to London this past spring has been very commercially successful. Operationally, it's another story. WestJet and London: A mess or a success?
"20.10.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Will Dennis Oland be acquitted of murder? Appeal decision possible by Monday Dennis Oland could find out by Monday whether his murder conviction in the 2011 bludgeoning death of his father, New Brunswick multimillionaire Richard Oland, will be overturned. A decision in the Dennis Oland murder appeal could come as early as Monday.
"20.10.2016 17:00:01" cbc.ca Canada Revenue Agency should overhaul 'sexist' baby bonus policy, Ottawa dad says An Ottawa father is accusing the Canada Revenue Agency of jumping to outdated conclusions after it was assumed his common-law wife should receive the child benefits for his two sons from a previous relationship. An Ottawa dad is urging the Canada Revenue Agency to rethink its 'sexist' child benefit policy that gives money to the mother by default.
"20.10.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca Iraqi special forces join battle for Mosul Iraqi special forces charge into the Mosul battle with a predawn advance on a nearby town held by ISIS, a key part of a multi-pronged assault on eastern approaches to the besieged city. Iraqi special forces charged into the Mosul battle Thursday with a pre-dawn advance on a nearby town held by ISIS.
"20.10.2016 16:00:01" cbc.ca Why Trump's refusal to end talk of rigged election may be dangerous: Keith Boag In the third and final debate in the U.S. presidential campaign, Donald Trump once again hinted he could fight a transfer of power to the Democrats if he loses the November vote. Trump's refusal to say he'll accept the election results is fuel for his supporters' agitation, says the CBC's Keith Boag.
"20.10.2016 15:30:02" cbc.ca Temporary head for Jesus statue 'shocking to the eyes' A new head on a baby Jesus statue is causing some to look twice in a Sudbury, Ont., churchyard. A Northern Ontario Jesus statue got a "shocking" replacement head.
"20.10.2016 15:01:01" cbc.ca European scientists puzzle over Mars lander's silence A European lander that descended to Mars on Wednesday fails to send signs of life to its mothership, leaving scientists uncertain whether it touched down on the Red Planet gently as planned, or crashed and broke apart. Crash landing feared as Europe's Mars lander still silent
"20.10.2016 14:30:01" cbc.ca Trumpspeak: 'Nasty woman' and 'mean hombres' cause buzz online U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump stirred social media ire on Wednesday after he said: "We have some bad hombres here" and referred to Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as "such a nasty woman." Hillary Clinton quipped that her taxes would go up under her plan, as would Donald Trump's "assuming he can't figure out how to get out of it." Trump interjected, "Such a nasty woman."
"20.10.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Where you're locked up determines how much time you spend in solitary confinement A CBC analysis shows the rate at which prison officials hold inmates in isolation fluctuates widely across the country, even when comparing prisons of the same security level. Some experts say the federal data illustrate how the system governing the Variation in the use of isolation in Canada's federal prisons highlights flaws in system, experts say.
"20.10.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca 'Where will I go for sleeping?' Uncertainty for thousands as Calais refugee camp set to be dismantled French authorities are about to dismantle the sprawling, squalid migrant camp in Calais, but it's unclear what will happen to the thousands of people who've been staying there. From the CBC's Thomas Daigle in Calais, France.
"20.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Woman 'humiliated' after Uber driver allegedly offered to accept sex as payment A Toronto woman is speaking out after her Uber driver falsely told her payment wouldn't go through if her phone died and offered to accept sexual favours in lieu. "I thought it was a sick joke." Erika Szabo of Toronto says an Uber driver offered to accept sexual favours in lieu of payment.
"20.10.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau says government's popularity has dampened public's desire for electoral reform One year after his party's resounding election victory, Justin Trudeau finds himself in a bind. Yes, the Liberals promised the 2015 vote would be the last campaign conducted under the first-past-the-post system. But his government has also since said it "[If the Liberals] think they're so incredibly popular that people will forgive them any broken promise, they are sadly mistaken." — NDP MP Nathan Cullen.
"20.10.2016 12:00:01" cbc.ca What life after ISIS looks like in a Syrian border town Liberated from ISIS, thousands of refugees are returning to what is left of Jarabulus, Syria, which neighbouring Turkey is helping to rebuild. The Turkish government takes CBC News on a tour of the town. The CBC's Nil Köksal reports from Jarabulus, Syria, where refugees return home, but scars from ISIS brutality remain.
"20.10.2016 11:30:01" cbc.ca Parents find son's body after fatal pharmacy error An 8-year-old boy died after medication for a sleep disorder was switched for another drug by the pharmacy that filled the prescription. The boy's mother is now demanding pharmacies be forced to disclose medication errors to the public, and has filed a Parents find son's lifeless body after pharmacy switches sleep medication for toxic dose of another drug.
"20.10.2016 11:00:00" Trump says U.S. election is rigged in third debate Donald Trump says that he may not concede the U.S. election should he lose. For more on this story: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3797493
"20.10.2016 10:30:00" cbc.ca Secretly recorded videos allege Democratic activist sent troublemakers to Trump rallies Conservative activist James O'Keefe has released secretly recorded, selectively edited video footage that includes a Democratic activist bragging about deploying troublemakers at rallies held by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. The Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton's campaign denounced the tactics described in the footage. Both said the activities described never took place.
"20.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Flooding in P.E.I. possible on Friday and Saturday: Environment Canada Environment Canada has issued special weather statements, warning of potential heavy rain and localized flooding throughout the Island. Intense weather system moving toward the Maritimes
"20.10.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Increasing immigration 50% to 450,000 might not find broad national support: McCallum A high-powered group of external advisers is calling for a dramatic increase in Canada's immigration levels. Federal government will announce 2017 immigration numbers next month
"20.10.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Fire risk in some Ram pickup trucks leads to recall Transport Canada has issued a recall notice for about 10,000 Ram pickup trucks and other Fiat Chrysler vehicles that are at increased risk of stalling or fire in the engine compartment due to an electrical short. A recall notice has been issued for Ram 2500 pickup trucks from the 2013 model year, Ram 3500s from as early as the 2007 model year and Ram 4500 and 5500s from the 2008 through 2013 model years.
"20.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian humanitarian missing after small plane crash in the Dominican Republic A Canadian humanitarian worker is among three people missing after a small plane crashed off the north coast of the Dominican Republic. Benjamin Cole Brown was returning from Haiti where he delivered donations and other aid to help locals rebuild from a hurricane.
"20.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Man who bit off chunk of nose during brawl at boozy wake found guilty What started out as a wake mourning the loss of a loved one ended in a booze-filled brawl that saw one man have the tip of his nose bitten off. Man who bit victim's nose off, had claimed self-defence
"20.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Oral bacteria may be to blame for migraines Researchers have found that people who suffer from migraines have more of the bacteria that breaks down nitrates found in certain foods. People who suffer from migraines have more bacteria in their mouths.
"20.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Enbridge cuts 5% of workforce, including 370 jobs in Canada Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. is laying off roughly five per cent of its workforce — about 530 positions in Canada and the U.S., the company announced Wednesday. The company made a similar five per cent cut to staff in November 2015.
"20.10.2016 03:32:36" LIVE Q + A: The CBC's Adrienne Arsenault examines what U.S. presidential debate issues are lighting up social media.
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"20.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau touts accomplishments of 1st year in office, says 'so many challenges' still ahead Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is making the right economic decisions that will put Canada on course for mid- and long-term growth. Liberals celebrate first anniversary in office
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"20.10.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca Ontario moving up provincial election date from fall 2018 to June Ontario is moving to set its next provincial election date for June 7th, 2018. Move is designed to avoid conflict with municipal elections. Teens can pre-register to vote in upcoming provincial election
"20.10.2016 02:43:23" Timeline Photos Hillary Clinton disagrees with Trump's stance that the election is rigged and he will "look at it at the time."
"20.10.2016 02:30:00" Sewers like 'blocked arteries' Ew.
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"20.10.2016 02:06:31" newsinteractives.cbc.ca Watch Clinton and Trump face off in final debate before election day Up-to-the-minute debate coverage, expert analysis and insights into Twitter trends and conversations as U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off for the third time Donald Trump makes a claim about his respect for women.
"20.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Smaller Groot, same laughs? Groovy Guardians of the Galaxy 2 teaser channels original's irreverence Hit play on the mixtape: the Guardians of the Galaxy are back for what looks to be another riotous space romp in a new teaser trailer released by Marvel Studios. The galaxy's most eclectic superheroes are back for round two
"20.10.2016 01:57:49" newsinteractives.cbc.ca Watch Clinton and Trump face off in final debate before election day Up-to-the-minute debate coverage, expert analysis and insights into Twitter trends and conversations. Donald Trump makes claim about Hillary Clinton's plans in the third debate.
"20.10.2016 01:30:01" cbc.ca Stampeders hide pistol patch on uniform to honour slain player "Following the season, we will review all options in regards to potential changes to the design of the jersey," said Stampeders president. Calgary Stampeders consider changing jersey after player fatally shot last month
"20.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Multiple cougar sightings reported in New Brunswick Several people have reported seeing and hearing what they believe is a cougar prowling in their yards over the past two weeks. 'It was kind of scary knowing I had a cougar outside my bedroom window.'
"20.10.2016 00:32:00" newsinteractives.cbc.ca Watch Clinton and Trump face off in final debate before election day Up-to-the-minute debate coverage, expert analysis and insights into Twitter trends and conversations as U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off. Round 3 of the debates starts at 9 p.m. ET
"20.10.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Temporary Jesus statue head 'shocking to the eyes' A new head on a baby Jesus statue is causing some to look twice in a Sudbury, Ont. church yard. A local artist volunteered to sculpt a replacement head out of clay after the statue's head was stolen.
"19.10.2016 23:30:01" cbc.ca Bone of Ottawa man swept away in 2013 New Zealand landslide found A bone belonging to a 25-year-old Ottawa man who was swept away with his girlfriend in a landslide in New Zealand in 2013 has been found. Bone was recovered by a hunter in August
"19.10.2016 23:13:45" Blue Jays eliminated from MLB postseason. Watch the post-game news conference http://www.cbc.ca/1.3812492
"19.10.2016 22:59:55" cbc.ca Toronto Blue Jays knocked out of playoffs after 3-0 loss to Cleveland The Jays are in do-or-die mode yet again after a 5-1 win Tuesday night over Cleveland spared the team elimination in the American League Championship Series. BREAKING: Jays lose in Game 5, 3 - 0. They're out of the American League Championship Series.
"19.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Brace for unshackled Trump vs. confident Clinton in final debate Donald Trump is unshackled; Hillary Clinton looks unstoppable. The stage is set for Wednesday's presidential debate. Last chance for Trump and Clinton to win over Americans
"19.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Breaking with tradition: Vogue, conservative publications endorse Hillary Clinton The worlds of politics and high fashion rarely mix, but Vogue magazine has made its first-ever political endorsement, joining a chorus of other media outlets breaking with tradition to support Hillary Clinton's campaign for U.S. president. Citing the "profound stakes of this election," the fashion and lifestyle magazine said it must speak out.
"19.10.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Search for missing plane MH370 will continue until at least February A ship involved with the deep-sea sonar search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is being fitted with a drone that will examine several sonar contacts of interest on the remote seabed west of Australia, officials said Wednesday. No evidence of missing plane or its 239 passengers found as two-year search wraps up
"19.10.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca European Space Agency holding its breath: not yet clear whether lander made it to Mars The European Space Agency is holding its breath as it awaits news of whether or not the Schiaparelli lander successfully made it to Mars. Rover sent to look for signs of life was supposed to land around 10 a.m. ET
"19.10.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca Blue Jays fans flood Cleveland couple with apologies after they were harassed at Toronto game After they were sworn at and had beer tipped onto them, Cleveland fans Gina and Joe Kijowski say they've received close to 200 messages of apology from Jays fans. "I don't think we'd come back and wear Cleveland gear to a baseball game."
"19.10.2016 20:00:00" Only in Canada: Here's a bear, eating a moose carcass on the side of an Alberta highway www.cbc.ca/1.3810386
"19.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Five Arab voters in Dearborn, Mich. speak about the U.S election Arab voters in Dearborn share why they are still undecided in the U.S election campaign. "The lesser of two evils is who I'd vote for. To me, the lesser of two evils is Donald Trump."
"19.10.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca Engineers stumble on WW I German submarine sunk by 'sea monster' The wreck of a German U-boat that sank nearly 100 years ago has been discovered off the coast of Scotland by engineers laying underwater power cables. Captain said monster had 'large eyes ... with teeth that could be seen glistening in the moonlight.'
"19.10.2016 18:30:01" cbc.ca Government falling behind in meeting Oct. 31 Phoenix deadline The federal government is "tracking a bit behind" in clearing the backlog of payroll issues related to the Phoenix pay system, but the "bulk" of cases will be cleared by its self-imposed Oct. 31 deadline, according to the deputy minister in charge of the On Oct. 5, the government said almost half of 80,000 problem cases had been resolved and the rest were to be fixed by Oct. 31
"19.10.2016 18:27:30" cbc.ca No-brainer: $300K campaign to rescue Dorothy's ruby slippers It will take more than three clicks of the heels to preserve the ruby slippers that whisked Dorothy back to Kansas at the end of The Wizard of Oz. Smithsonian wants help saving beloved prop from 1939 film The Wizard of Oz
"19.10.2016 18:12:29" cbc.ca Humane society ad saying 'grab a pussy ... cat' pulled down The Windsor-Essex County Humane Society in Ontario apologizes for a cat adoption ad that made light of a recently released tape of Donald Trump making sexually explicit comments about a woman over a decade ago. It featured a photo of Trump and said, "You don't have to be a star to grab a pussy ... cat."
"19.10.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Chuck Berry, 90, set to release new album Rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry, who turned 90 on Tuesday, is set to release his first new studio album in more than 35 years. Beginning in 1955, at age 29, Chuck Berry helped lay the foundation for rock 'n' roll with Maybelline. Berry played his 200th concert in 2014.
"19.10.2016 17:00:01" cbc.ca Surprise debut: Michael Moore drops TrumpLand movie weeks ahead of U.S. election Michael Moore has premiered a surprise film discussing the presidential election just three weeks before Americans head to the polls. "There's a long tradition of Americans electing people you don't think they're going to elect."
"19.10.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca One year in: How many promises have the Trudeau Liberals kept When it comes to keeping promises, Canadians know full well that politicians make many promises to win elections, but often find it impossible to deliver on them once they take office. Justin Trudeau's first year: Promises kept, promises broken, what's still to come and what's under dispute.
"19.10.2016 16:00:01" cbc.ca Rolling wheel of cheese blamed for infant's injuries An out-of-control five-kilogram wheel of aged farmhouse cheddar is being blamed for breaking an infant's leg in a B.C. Supreme Court lawsuit arising from a Whistler cheese-rolling competition. The Great Canadian Cheese Rolling Festival in Whistler takes after the most famous cheese-rolling event, held at Cooper's Hill, near Gloucester, U.K.
"19.10.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca Learn what a Toronto-based Trump supporter thinks Canadians don't get about the U.S. election Georganne Burke spoke with Matt Galloway on Metro Morning about why Donald Trump still has her vote and why Canadians have difficulty understanding him. "Canadians tend to comment on this election from a Canadian perspective. Believe it or not, we are two different peoples with a common language," dual citizen Georganne Burke says.
"19.10.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Your internet bill could go up to pay for new era of Canadian content Critics are sounding the alarm bell that a government review of Canadian content policies could lead to higher internet bills for consumers. Internet price hikes could be coming as Ottawa reviews its cultural policy, critics warn.
"19.10.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca Once Mosul is recaptured from ISIS, what then?: Brian Stewart The campaign to free Mosul from ISIS is one for the books — a tactical nightmare placed on top of an active political volcano. Even a victory over ISIS in Mosul could bring a massive humanitarian disaster and in-fighting among cultural groups.
"19.10.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Tori Stafford murder trial juror seeks compensation, says grisly evidence traumatized her A juror in the murder trial for eight-year-old Tori Stafford trial is appealing for compensation for trauma she says she suffered performing her civic duty. "I was reliving the trial, but I was reliving it in the place where I was standing there at the crime scene, watching it happen over and over and over again."
"19.10.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca Haiti's future food supply at risk in wake of Hurricane Matthew Haiti faces serious concerns about its food supply in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which wiped out crops and livestock. Famine in Haiti a 'real risk' after #HurricaneMatthew wipes out crops.
"19.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca More than 202,000 new cases of cancer to be diagnosed in Canada in 2016: report Current estimates suggest an estimated 202,400 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in Canada this year and there will be 78,800 deaths from it. Six cancer prevention steps suggested in the Canadian Cancer Society's report, including HPV vaccines for boys.
"19.10.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca Trump bringing Obama's half-brother to final debate Donald Trump's campaign is bringing U.S. President Barack Obama's half-brother to the third and final presidential debate. Barack Obama's half-brother Malik is to attend tonight's presidential debate as Donald Trump's guest.
"19.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Ecuador admits to restricting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's internet access Ecuador's government acknowledged on Tuesday that it had "temporarily restricted" WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's internet access at its embassy in London. Wikileaks continues to publish despite reduced access
"19.10.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca Meet the Higgs bison, the mysterious bison-cattle hybrid depicted in ancient cave art DNA research reveals an unexpected hybrid of cattle and bison once roamed the Earth. 15,000-year-old cave drawings depict now-extinct species
"19.10.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Let's not kid ourselves, Canada is in the war business: Neil Macdonald The Canadian government hasn't been critical of Saudi Arabia for its brtual attacks in Yemen, which the UN says have killed and wounded hundreds of children. The reason, Neil Macdonald writes, is all about business. Neil Macdonald explains why the Canadian government hasn't criticized Saudi Arabia for its brutal attacks in Yemen.
"19.10.2016 10:30:00" cbc.ca Arctic regions have highest infant lung infection rates in the world Research shows newborn babies in some Arctic regions have the highest rates of serious lung infections ever recorded in medical literature. 'These are just horribly, horribly sick kids.'
"19.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca 'You really are great,' chipper Canadians say in social media campaign As the bitterly contested U.S. presidential race heats up, a Toronto-based creative agency thought people in America could use a bit of a boost. Sending a little love to our American neighbours
"19.10.2016 09:30:00" cbc.ca The Toronto Blue Jays are still alive after 5-1 win over Cleveland The boys did it.
"19.10.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca 'Internet Black Widow' agrees to sign new peace bond An 80-year-old woman known as the "Internet Black Widow," who gained notoriety for killing and poisoning her intimate partners, has agreed to sign a two-year peace bond at the end of the month. Shepard is considered a high risk to reoffend by both the police and the Parole Board of Canada.
"19.10.2016 08:30:00" cbc.ca Willing to die: Inuk artist enters Day 5 of anti-Muskrat Falls hunger strike Billy Gauthier says he's willing to give up his own life to protect other Labradorians from possible Methylmercury poisoning. 'I'm scared, but that's what bravery is.'
"19.10.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Some kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls unwilling to leave Boko Haram captors Nigeria's government is negotiating the release of another 83 of the Chibok schoolgirls taken in a mass abduction two-and-a-half years ago, but more than 100 others appear unwilling to leave their Boko Haram Islamic extremist captors, a community leader The unwilling girls may have been radicalized or are ashamed to return home because they were forced to marry extremists and have babies, an expert says.
"19.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Minor hockey teams with Indigenous names draw human rights complaint A status Qalipu Mi'kmaq man's human rights complaint against the City of Mississauga over its sponsorship of five minor league hockey clubs whose names and logos he says are culturally insensitive will be heard on Nov. 21. Father takes on City of Mississauga over Indigenous team names
"19.10.2016 06:30:00" cbc.ca Babies get in free: NHL reverses policy for Winnipeg outdoor game NHL fans can now bring children under the age of two to the upcoming Heritage Classic in Winnipeg without having to pay for a seat, as the league has reversed a policy that had long frustrated parents of infants and toddlers. Babies can now attend Winnipeg Heritage Classic for free
"19.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Prince's siblings say purported niece, grandniece are not heirs Legendary singer died of a fentanyl overdose and left no known will. The battle for Prince's estate continues
"19.10.2016 05:30:00" cbc.ca Tupac Shakur, Pearl Jam lead Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ballot The late rapper Tupac Shakur and Seattle-based rockers Pearl Jam are among the first-time nominees on the ballot for induction next year into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction nominees announced
"19.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Who's flying this thing? U.S. tesing robot co-pilots Government and industry officials say they are collaborating on an effort to replace the second human pilot in two-person flight crews with robot co-pilots that never tire, get bored, or feel stressed out. "It's like having a human pilot with 600,000 hours of experience."
"19.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Look up — way up! Advertising drones may be coming to a roadway near you It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's just Uber's latest advertising gimmick. Uber using drones for advertising in Latin America
"19.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Wayne Gretzky pens new book - 99: Stories Of The Game Wayne Gretzky is putting his own story on ice to reflect on the history of the game. The NHL hockey legend has penned a new book, 99: Stories Of The Game. Wayne Gretzkey's new book looks at first 99 years of the NHL.
"19.10.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca 'This is what you get to see when you tour Canada': Grizzly caught mid-roadside feast It's not every day that you happen to spot a grizzly bear enjoying a moose dinner up close. Grizzly caught on camera mid-lunch
"19.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Vancouver rapper offering round trip bus fare, $10 for fast-food dinner and a night at the hostel Vancouver hip-hop artist SonReal has a contest called "World's Worst" and the "prize" is riling up Hamiltonians. Hamilton residents miffed at rapper's contest
"19.10.2016 02:02:03" LIVE: The National for Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
"19.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca 600 birds left homeless after B.C. sanctuary closes A cockatoo conundrum
"19.10.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Video captures Pickering, Ont., girl nearly getting hit as she crosses in front of a school bus Mother says police said there was nothing they could do. Startling video shows girl nearly getting hit by car
"19.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca People magazine backs up writer's story alleging Trump sex assault Half-dozen people have come forward to corroborate account of writer being sexually assaulted by Donald Trump. Six people have come forward to back up writer's allegations against Trump.
"19.10.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Out of control wheel of cheese breaks baby's leg in B.C. 'Cheese chase chaos.'
"19.10.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Blue Jays post-game news conference LIVE Jays beat Cleveland 5-1 to stay alive in ALC series
"18.10.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca NASA images show unprecedented ultraviolet view of Mars New pictures of the Marian atmosphere show us the Red Planet like we've never seen it before. The red planet shows its colours in new ultraviolet photos
"18.10.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca Texas man using Facebook Live to document survival experience on remote N.L. island A Texas man has been alone on Newfoundland's Brunette Island for the last week, shooting a documentary and trying to survive where the buffalo couldn't. "I felt pretty prepared, and then I showed up to St. John's," Mack McGowen said. "That storm was blowing and I'm watching the sideways rain… I was like, 'Oh my gosh, what have I done?'"
"18.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Attempted pants robbery unravels in Halifax Halifax comedian Ian Black was out with a friend after finishing a comedy set at the Toothy Moose night club Monday morning when he said two men on Argyle Street tried to take his pants. The attackers tried to steal Halifax comic Ian Black's jeans.
"18.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Provincial health ministers make no headway in talks on federal funding Federal and provincial health ministers emerged from a day of tense talks in Toronto still at odds over federal funding but with a common goal of improving patient care. Quebec's Health Minister said the single takeaway from the meeting is that the federal government is cutting health-care funding by $60 billion over 10 years.
"18.10.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca 'It's enough to make me nervous': In swing state Nevada, Trump and Clinton are neck and neck History suggests whoever wins Nevada on Nov. 8 will be moving into the Oval Office in January. The state has backed the winner every time for 100 years, except in 1976 when Jimmy Carter beat Gerald Ford. "If we go with Donald … that's probably how the country's going to go."
"18.10.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Going, going, gone? Jays playoff hype may be dropping as resale ticket prices plunge Some Toronto Blue Jays fans have already hopped off the post-season bandwagon with resale ticket prices to tonight's must-win Game 4 slipping. Jays ticket prices falling as enthusiasm wanes
"18.10.2016 20:35:00" cbc.ca Blue Jays try to stay alive vs. Cleveland The Blue Jays put their season on the line in Game 4 against Cleveland. Blue Jays live blog
"18.10.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca 'It's a done deal': Irish bookie Paddy Power already paying out bets on Hillary Clinton win One of the biggest bookies is so sure that Hillary Clinton is going to win next month's U.S. presidential contest that it has already started paying out to bettors who put their money on her. Clinton's odds of winning have risen so high that a bettor would have to put up $11 just to win $2.
"18.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca These Toronto women are, literally, fighting Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric in a self-defence class A wave of anti-Muslim rhetoric south of the border and a string of incidents in Canada have some Muslim women feeling anxious about their safety, prompting some to take up self-defence classes as a way of empowering themselves. An "Islamic lifestyle" boutique has been transformed into a hub for Muslim women's empowerment, with the help of a hijab-wearing martial artist.
"18.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Cold tomatoes just aren't as good — and that's a scientific fact If you buy tomatoes from John Banscher at his farmstand in New Jersey, he'll recommend keeping them out of the fridge or they'll lose some of their taste. Now scientists have figured out why: It's because some of their genes chill out, says a study that This new study explains why tomatoes lose their flavour in the fridge.
"18.10.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca How one Thunder Bay class is learning history from the Tragically Hip A group of students in Thunder Bay, Ont. have been learning about Canadian history, by delving into the music of an iconic Canadian band. Students said they learned about everything from geography, to military history, to racism by listening to the lyrics of the Tragically Hip.
"18.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Frightful fun or traumatic? Psychologists say graphic Halloween displays can cross the line for some Halloween decorations are beginning to materialize on front porches and lawns as Oct. 31 approaches. It's all meant to be frightful fun. But for some people, the most gruesome displays can trigger unwanted psychological trauma. Children and people with past trauma can be disturbed by gory decorations.
"18.10.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Algonquin College student among 3 accused of slapping police horse in Kingston An Algonquin College student from Ottawa is one of three people charged with slapping a Kingston police horse during Queen's University homecoming events on Saturday, and now faces stiff penalties under a new law aimed at protecting law enforcement The horse, named Murney, was new to the force.
"18.10.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Rockstar Games announces Red Dead Redemption 2 for fall 2017 release After two days of teaser images, Grand Theft Auto makers Rockstar Games confirmed the sequel to their 2010 wild west game is in the works and set for a Fall 2017 release. In 2010, Red Dead Redemption swapped Grand Theft Auto's modern crime setting with the Wild West.
"18.10.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca This stolen stone could be deadly, police warn Police are looking for a mineral stolen from the Yonge and Grosvenor area on Saturday. They say if a protective coating is broken, it could expose the arsenic inside. This stolen stone has a protective coating that if damaged, could expose the arsenic in the mineral.
"18.10.2016 16:30:01" cbc.ca Don't send in the clowns: Target and McDonald's move to curb creepy sightings Two of America's biggest commercial brands — discount retailer Target and fast-food chain McDonald's — have taken steps to tamp down hysteria stemming from a recent spate of creepy clown sightings in the run-up to Halloween at the end of this month. Target and McDonald's are both taking action to distance themselves from the creepy clown trend.
"18.10.2016 16:00:01" cbc.ca Canada must tailor mental health treatment for immigrants, refugees: study Canada must match its multicultural, open-door immigration policy with tailored mental health services or face inflated costs for crisis care down the road, warns a new report being released today. A study from the Mental Health Commission of Canada warns that costs for crisis care down the road could spike.
"18.10.2016 15:30:01" cbc.ca Jacques Delisle, only judge in Canada to be convicted of murder, back in court to seek bail Jacques Delisle, the only judge in Canadian history to have gone to prison for murder, is back in court in Quebec City today, seeking bail in what legal experts say is a 'very rare' proceeding as he awaits the outcome of a ministerial review of his case. Ex-judge Jacques Delisle, convicted of murder, is back in court to seek bail in a 'very rare' hearing.
"18.10.2016 15:00:01" cbc.ca 'Professional tenant' James Regan receives 3rd eviction notice since 2014 A “well-coiffed, professional tenant” who has not paid any rent at three high-end Toronto apartments since 2014 has been ordered evicted from the Yorkville home he has occupied since July. James Regan has not paid any rent at three high-end Toronto apartments since 2014.
"18.10.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca The Blue Jays will battle, but fans unsure if they can still reach World Series Toronto Blue Jays' season is on the line today when they play Cleveland in Game 4 of the ALCS, and, for some fans, it's just too hard to picture a clear path to the World Series. Toronto Blue Jays fans try to keep the faith as their team faces a sweep in the ALCS.
"18.10.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca Canadian women getting 'shortchanged' on wages, Oxfam says Canadian women are being shortchanged on job opportunities and pay and it's making income inequality worse, Oxfam Canada said in a new report Monday. The gender wage gap is adding to income inequality, Oxfam says in a new report.
"18.10.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca 'Youth and adult wages should not be equal': student High school student Kofi Richter asks: "Why is a mother of two who works full time at Tim Hortons only paid 70 cents more than I am, when all I have to worry about is gas money and university tuition?" "What incentive does a company have to hire an unreliable teenager — who's likely off to university or college in a few years — aside from the lower wages?"
"18.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Donald Trump, one enthusiastic black supporter and 'rigged' polls Donald Trump is at war with the Clintons, the media, and the leaders of his own party. But another enemy can be added to the Republican nominee's imagined list of anti-Trump conspirators: public opinion polls. A campaign in which Donald Trump's favourite poll turns out to be wrong and he claims others are "rigged."
"18.10.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca 'Trying to run them out of town': French police confront Roma In the Montreuil suburb of Paris, a three-month standoff between French officials and 40 Roma is coming to a head. Thirteen Roma families, including 19 minors, were evicted from an abandoned industrial building in a suburb of Paris where they had lived for six years.
"18.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Canadians feel they're 'held hostage' in the Volkswagen emissions scandal Exasperated Canadian Volkswagen owners are hoping a Canadian settlement will end the limbo they're enduring over their emissions-spewing diesel vehicles. Volkswagen diesel owners hope limbo over Canadian compensation ends today.
"18.10.2016 11:30:01" cbc.ca Canadian Army base to host vehicle tests in Saudi armoured vehicle deal A Canadian military base will be the proving ground for design changes on light armoured vehicles being sold to Saudi Arabia, CBC News has learned. 'It's troubling': Canadian military under fire for hosting test of equipment bound for Saudi Arabia
"18.10.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca China vows to battle corruption in organ harvesting Surgeons from around the world gathered at a conference in Beijing on Monday in China's latest effort to fight persistent skepticism about whether its hospitals have stopped performing transplants with the organs of executed prisoners. China is believed to perform more executions than any other country.
"18.10.2016 10:30:00" cbc.ca Dream comes true: Halifax boy rides high in WWII Lancaster bomber An 11-year-old from Nova Scotia crowdfunded his way into a Saturday flight on Hamilton's Lancaster bomber. The 11-year-old launched a GoFundMe campaign earlier this year to help him get together the $3,500 it costs to ride the Lancaster.
"18.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Dakota Access pipeline construction equipment set ablaze in Iowa Construction equipment for Dakota Access LLC's controversial U.S. oil pipeline suffered about $2 million US in damage in an intentionally set fire this weekend. Dakota Access said in an emailed statement it "experienced the intentional burning of construction equipment by unknown individuals."
"18.10.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian researchers chart path of Rosetta's comet Now that the Rosetta space mission has come to an end, Canadian researchers are using the data gathered to chart the history of comet 67P — an ancient, icy space rock that contains clues about the origins of life on Earth. Comets could be the key to our existence, as astronomers suspect they may have delivered the water and organic molecules needed to sustain life to Earth.
"18.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca WikiLeaks says Julian Assange's internet link 'severed' by a state actor WikiLeaks says that founder Julian Assange's internet access has been cut by an unidentified state actor. Few other details were immediately available. Assange has been holed up at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for more than four years.
"18.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Will they sign? Questions on the Canada-EU trade deal Last week's negative votes in Belgium's Wallonian legislatures set a major hurdle in the path of Canada's trade deal with the European Union. The Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement is scheduled to be signed during an EU-Canada summit in Brussels on Oct. 27-28. That's if nothing derails it.
"18.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Amy Schumer's Donald Trump comments prompt boos, walkouts Comedian Amy Schumer slammed the Republican presidential nominee during a recent show, and brought a fan who supported him onstage for questioning. At one point, the comedian referred to Trump as an "orange, sexual-assaulting, fake-college-starting monster."
"18.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Abortion pill dispensing by doctors and not pharmacists could hinder access: CMAJ comment To ensure equal, safe access to abortion for women across Canada, the federal government should lift its requirement for physician-only dispensing of the gold standard drug for medical abortion, a doctor and pharmacist argue. In Canada, 96 per cent of abortions are performed surgically, mostly in clinics in large cities, research suggests.
"18.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Exxon asks court to toss out New York state' climate change case Exxon Mobil Corp has asked a U.S. court to throw out a subpoena from New York state that would force the oil company to hand over decades of documents as part of a wide-ranging inquiry into whether it misled investors about climate change risks. The subpoena would have forced Exxon to hand over decades of documents, which may have shown if it misled investors about climate change risks.
"18.10.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian Tire cares about your nightmares; pulls clown decorations from shelves Canadian Tire has pulled its Halloween clown decorations from stores in the wake of recent stories about creepy clowns across North America. A spokesperson for Canadian Tire says the decorations were pulled to be "sensitive to recent pranks."
"18.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Kill the cats, save the seals? Why some conservationists want to euthanize Hawaii's feral felines Two wildlife issues have collided in Hawaii, pitting one group of animal defenders against another in an impassioned debate. The point of contention? Cat poop. Researchers believe feces from the legions of feral cats roaming Hawaii is spreading a disease that kills endangered marine mammals.
"18.10.2016 02:00:57" The National for Monday, October 17, 2016 The National for Monday, October 17, 2016
"18.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca 'I have half a head missing': Doctor should've caught cancer earlier, patient says After surgery, radiation and months of pain, a Winnipeg woman in the middle of battling a rare form of cancer says her doctor should've caught the disease months before things took a turn for the worse. WARNING: Story contains graphic images
"18.10.2016 01:30:00" Battle brewing over arena beer in Edmonton Short-changed with short pours? New arena beer servings don't measure up for some fans: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3801360
"18.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Melania Trump downplays husband's lewd comments as 'boy talk' Melania Trump on Monday dismissed her husband's sexually aggressive language as "boy talk," insisting his remarks do not reflect "the man I know." Trump's wife said she has accepted her husband's apology and that the couple is "moving on."
"18.10.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Vancouver School Board fired by B.C. education minister All nine elected Vancouver School Board trustees have been fired by the minister of education, who says the board had "a misplaced focus on political tactics." Allegations of "a toxic work environment" were taken into consideration, according to Education Minister Mike Bernier.
"18.10.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Saudi Arabia won the oil price war — but at what cost? Two years into the market share war, Saudi Arabia increased its market share by one point. Was it worth it? Saudi Arabia built its market share as prices dropped, and every oil producer got poorer.
"17.10.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Pedals the beloved upright bear reportedly killed in New Jersey hunt A beloved bear known to roam the suburbs of northern New Jersey while walking upright on its hind legs has reportedly been killed in a legal hunt. More than 500 bears were killed during a five-day legal bow and arrow hunt.
"17.10.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca Bid to ban Cleveland's name and logo in Toronto denied by Ontario judge An Ontario Superior Court judge has dismissed an application for an injunction against the use of the Cleveland Indians name and logo. Cleveland's logo, called Chief Wahoo, is a toothy cartoon man with red skin and a feather in his headband.
"17.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca My teen is stressed out: Tips for parents Clinical psychologist Dr. John Walker spoke with CBC Information Radio host Marcy Markusa recently about what parents can do to help their children through mental health issues in their teens. Psychologist Dr. John Walker says parents need to establish open lines of communication at an early age.
"17.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Newfoundlander Malcolm Rowe nominated as next Supreme Court justice Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has nominated Newfoundlander Malcolm Rowe to the Supreme Court of Canada. Newfoundland has never had a representative on the Supreme Court since it joined Confederation in 1949.
"17.10.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Germany tells Tesla to stop using term 'autopilot' German authorities are telling electric automaker Tesla to stop using the term "autopilot" for its driver assistance system, saying it is misleading. Autopilot is Tesla's array of driver assistance features such as lane maintenance and traffic-aware cruise control.
"17.10.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Breastfeeding mom banished to basement of Toronto country club 'very pleased' with apology A breastfeeding mother asked to move to the basement of a Toronto golf and country club has accepted an apology from the club's board president. In a letter sent to the mother Monday morning, the club's board president said that staff will receive sensitivity training to make them aware "of the needs and rights of breastfeeding mothers."
"17.10.2016 20:35:36" Blue Jays-Cleveland pre-game news conference LIVE Watch the live Toronto-Cleveland news conference, featuring Blue Jays manager John Gibbons. Toronto will attempt to get back on track offensively on Monday (8:08 p.m. ET) at the Rogers Centre after a slow start to the ALCS in Cleveland. #BlueJays
"17.10.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca Makers of Grand Theft Auto game appear to tease Red Dead Redemption sequel Rockstar Games tweeted a pair of images that appear to tease a sequel to the 2008 fan-favourite game Red Dead Redemption. The company followed this up on Monday morning with an image of seven silhouettes over a blood-red sunrise.
"17.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Jim Prentice's plane crash may have been caused by 'incapacitated' pilot, says former flight safety officer Jock Williams, a pilot who has clocked thousands of hours on the same aircraft that crashed and killed former Alberta premier Jim Prentice and three others, goes through the possible scenarios that could have brought the plane down. Jock Williams speculates the pilot had a health emergency because no distress call was made.
"17.10.2016 19:34:48" CBC News's cover photo CBC North listener Bruce Binder took this incredible shot of Yukon's Sheep Mountain amidst a backdrop of the Milky Way and aurora.
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"17.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Is there a solution to the crisis in Syria? As the civil war grinds on, the humanitarian crisis grows. There are so many players, it's hard to keep up with who's fighting who. World leaders say they have not given up on Syria, but no one seems able to find a path to peace.
"17.10.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca 85-year-old Ed Whitlock sets world record at Toronto marathon Milton, Ont., octogenarian Ed Whitlock says he felt "great relief" upon crossing the finish line of Toronto's Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon in under four hours on Sunday, a world-record time for his age group. He finished the marathon in just three hours, 56 minutes, and 33.2 seconds.
"17.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Suspect in Jays beer-can tossing case no longer works for Postmedia A man who was charged after tossing a beer can towards a Baltimore outfielder during a high-intensity Blue Jays playoff game is no longer employed at the media company he worked for. Ken Pagan was charged with mischief earlier this month after surrendering at a police detachment in downtown Toronto.
"17.10.2016 18:00:01" cbc.ca Ontario puts freeze on water bottling companies as it develops tougher rules The Ontario government is putting a two-year hold on the bottled water business as it looks to develop stricter scientific standards for water-taking permits in the province. The new rules would require bottling companies to limit water taking during times of drought.
"17.10.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Ottawa's new mortgage stress test rules now in place New Canadian government rules that will cut into the purchasing power of some first-time homebuyers take effect today. Mortgage brokers reported a flurry of applications last week as many homebuyers rushed to get approved before the new rules kick in.
"17.10.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca 'Who likes homework?' Kids have better things to do, teacher says If kids don't have homework, they will have more time to be active and engage with their families. That's the philosophy being used with one Winnipeg school's Grade 4 students. A Winnipeg teacher doesn't give homework so students don't miss out on "crucial playing time."
"17.10.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca 3 men charged in shooting death of sprinter Tyson Gay's daughter Three men have been charged in connection with a shootout police say left the 15-year-old daughter of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay dead. Trinity Gay died at a Lexington, Ky., hospital Sunday after she was shot in the neck around 4 a.m. in a restaurant parking lot.
"17.10.2016 16:00:00" cbc.ca New realities: Computers are adapting to humans Not just the content of virtual reality and augmented reality is revolutionary — so is the way we connect with it. Ubisoft Montreal has created a virtual reality experience called Eagle Flight, in which you control your flight direction simply by turning your head.
"17.10.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca 'It's right under our faces': Why opioid abuse overshadows politics in East Liverpool, Ohio While the U.S. election is certainly a topic of conversation among the 13,000 residents of East Liverpool, Ohio, it comes second to the opioid overdose crisis. Speak to people in this town and most will say they know someone who has been affected by the Nancy Hall of East Liverpool, Ohio, says drug dealers can be found throughout the city, including across from her house.
"17.10.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca 4-year-old 'acting like a slobbering drunk' after pharmacy dispenses 10 times the right dose of drug The mother of a four-year-old boy is left with a lot of questions after a Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacy messed up her son's prescription, giving the boy ten times the correct dose of an antipsychotic drug over a period of several months. Our investigation found there is no mandatory disclosure of medication errors to a public body and no national tracking system monitoring how often errors happen.
"17.10.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca China sends 2 astronauts on month-long space mission China launched its longest manned space mission on Monday, sending two astronauts into orbit to spend a month aboard a space laboratory that is part of a broader plan to have a permanent manned space station in service around 2022. The astronauts will dock with the Tiangong 2 space laboratory, or "Heavenly Palace 2," which was sent into space last month.
"17.10.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Jia Jia, world's oldest panda in captivity, dies in Hong Kong The world's oldest-ever panda in captivity was euthanized Sunday at the Hong Kong theme park where she lived because her health had deteriorated. The average lifespan for a panda in the wild is 18 to 20 years, while in captivity it's 30 years, according to Guinness.
"17.10.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca Breastfeeding Toronto woman says she was escorted to country club basement A Toronto author says a manager escorted her to the basement of a golf and country club, because customers were complaining that she was breastfeeding her baby in view of the restaurant. Alexandra Shimo said a country club restaurant manager got out a tablecloth and "shielded" her from the view of restaurant patrons.
"17.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca New mortgage rules let bank leave rates lower for longer: Don Pittis New mortgage stress test rules, just before Stephen Poloz monetary policy report, offer the governor another reason not to raise rates. But that could make consumer goods more expensive. The new mortgage stress test gets Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz off the hook on an interest hike, says the CBC's Don Pittis.
"17.10.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca Guy Laurence out as Rogers CEO, former Telus head Joe Natale to replace him Rogers Communications says Guy Laurence has stepped down as president and CEO, effective immediately. BREAKING business news.
"17.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Looking for a job? Trudeau government has backlog of more than 300 appointments The Liberals have a lot of hiring to do. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet have accumulated a backlog of more than 300 appointments that are due to be filled, a CBC News investigation has found. "There seems to be a paralysis within this government about making decisions." — Michael Cooper, Conservative deputy justice critic.
"17.10.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca Trump blames 'firebombed' Republican office on 'animals working for Hillary Clinton' Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is pinning the damaging and vandalizing of a local Republican Party office in North Carolina. No one was injured.
"17.10.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca 'My last day alive was 30 years ago': RCMP tweet in voice of dead teen to drum up new leads RCMP Manitoba transformed its Twitter account Sunday, tweeting in the voice of homicide victim Kerrie Ann Brown as part of an effort to drum up new leads. It's a unique tactic to attract attention for the cold case.
"17.10.2016 10:30:00" cbc.ca Cardinal denounces 'perverse' decision to sell McDonald's food near Vatican The Vatican's real estate agency has brokered a deal that will allow McDonald's to sell its burgers and fries just outside St. Peter's Square. Though it will bring $40,000 a month into Vatican coffers.
"17.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Beaver fur inspires design of better surfing wetsuits It's rare that our national animal, the humble beaver, gets the spotlight. But the industrious mammal may soon be hailed as a gnarly hero in the surfing world. Hang ten, dude!
"17.10.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca China's billionaires club of entrepreneurs embarks on cross-Canada tour A group of powerful Chinese business leaders set off on an eight-day Canadian tour Sunday that will connect them with Canada's corporate and political elite. The tour follows Justin Trudeau's recent trip to China.
"17.10.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca David Pacey faces up to $600 in fines and a day-long trial for clearing trails but says he won't stop '[Parks Canada] are trying to intimidate me and the public to stop us from doing their job. Most people say 'Give him the tools and let him run.' "This is bizarre. Absolutely bizarre."
"17.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Windsor auto workers vote on tentative deal with Chrysler Chrysler workers vote today on their tentative agreement with the automaker. "I think with the economic climate, that it's the best deal we were going to get."
"17.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca The UN is fighting the cholera it helped bring to Haiti This week, the UN launched an emergency appeal, less than two months after it admitted its own role in introducing cholera to Haiti for the first time. In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, cholera cases are on the rise.
"17.10.2016 05:00:01" cbc.ca Rihanna shows up on stage at 'Oldchella' with Paul McCartney During the second week of the Desert Trip music festival in Indio, Calif., Rihanna took the stage alongside Paul McCartney. Some audience members may not have known who she was.
"17.10.2016 04:00:01" cbc.ca Clinton used soft-handed approach in Wall Street speeches released by Wikileaks Three transcripts released as part of the hack of her campaign chairman's emails did not contain any new bombshells showing Clinton was unduly influenced by contributions from the banking industry, as her primary rival Bernie Sanders had suggested. The releases come from the hack on her campaign chairman's emails.
"17.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca 24 killed in stampede ahead of Hindu ceremony in India At least 24 people were killed and 20 others injured in a stampede that occurred as they were crossing a crowded bridge to reach a Hindu religious ceremony in northern India on Saturday, police said. Panic spread as thousands of Hindu pilgrims tried to cross a bridge to a sacred site
"17.10.2016 03:00:01" cbc.ca Daughter of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay killed in shooting Authorities say the 15-year-old daughter of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay has been fatally shot in Kentucky. 15-year-old Trinity Gay was a sprinter like her dad.
"17.10.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Worried about creepy clowns? Montreal students have a solution The social media-fuelled phenomenon of creepy clowns has inspired a group of Montreal students to invent an app entirely devoted to sightings of clowns. There's an app for everything, including...
"17.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Two boys in hot water after creepy clown prank in Winnipeg Two boys are in hot water with Winnipeg police for dressing up as creepy clowns in a park Saturday night. Both boys were chasing after three other teenagers, police said.
"17.10.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Blue Jays return home looking to solve Andrew Miller The Toronto Blue Jays probably will need to put a ball in play against Andrew Miller at some point to have a chance in the ALCS. Toronto's high-powered offence has stalled.
"17.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca What's the real difference between organic and regular milk? If you think organic milk comes from cows that can't be treated with antibiotics, think again. Industry experts explain the real difference between regular and organic milk. The answer is not much.
"17.10.2016 00:45:00" cbc.ca Pence echoes Trump's 'rigged election' claims Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence says he promises to accept the outcome of November's vote, but he shares Donald Trump's views that the media are trying to manipulate the results. Pence says he'd accept the results though.
"17.10.2016 00:30:00" Gord Downie | Exclusive Interview "The last 150 years aren't as much worth celebrating as we think. But the new 150 years can be years of building an actual nation." — Gord Downie on his project "Secret Path: The story of Chanie Wenjack."
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"17.10.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Winds powerful in southern B.C. as latest storm touches down Environment Canada says winds are blowing up to 91 km/h in Howe Sound as system moves through region causing power outages, downed trees. Latest B.C. storm causes power outages, more downed trees.
"16.10.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Trump isn't finding the humour in Alec Baldwin's SNL portrayal of him Donald Trump caught his reflection on Saturday Night Live and didn't like what he saw. "Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me.Time to retire the boring and unfunny show."
"16.10.2016 23:00:00" Jorge Ramos on the rise of Donald Trump Latino journalist Jorge Ramos was among the first to take on Donald Trump. For more on the story: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3805434
"16.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Trump faces new allegation of sexual misconduct, challenges Clinton to take drug test It has already been a tumultuous week on the presidential campaign trail in the United States. Now Donald Trump is suggesting he and rival Hillary Clinton take drug tests. Trump accused Clinton of being on drugs prior to last week's debate.
"16.10.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Why Chinese-Canadian writer Adrian Lee changed his mind about accents Culture writer Adrian Lee used to be bothered by actors, mostly white, faking accents. "The joke is not on the accent, the accent is part of who this character is."
"16.10.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca 'She's a tremendous asset': How Michelle Obama has become Hillary Clinton's political surrogate Michelle Obama and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reportedly don't have the most congenial relationship.. She may be Clinton's most effective political advocate.
"16.10.2016 21:00:01" cbc.ca Mafia 3 tackles race and politics in its pulpy vision of the American South Mafia 3's treatment of the politically charged climate of the place and era, especially with regard to race, has sets it apart from genre siblings like Grand Theft Auto. The game might be more style over substance, but remains one of the more ambitious games to take on race in America, says CBC's Jonathan Ore.
"16.10.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca Federal government halves proposed emergency fund for pipeline spills The federal government is reducing the size of a proposed emergency fund pipeline operators would be required to have on hand to deal with short-term costs. It casts some doubt on oil companies' leverage in Ottawa, according to environmental groups
"16.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Better beer through co-operation is philosophy of Nova Scotia craft brewers The burgeoning craft beer industry in Nova Scotia sees co-operation — not competition — as the key to success. The breweries range from the tiny — one-person operations — to the large, like Propeller and Garrison.
"16.10.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Lost pregnancy leaves an eternity of what-ifs A mother who lost two pregnancies speaks out about parenthood, loss, and "an eternity of what-ifs that can never be stopped as long as we love our children." Dialogue hopes to stop so many women from grieving in silence.
"16.10.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca Shakir Salaam's best friend's family reels from shock of losing boy with 'heart of gold' The death of Shakir Salaam, who was killed by a tree during a wind storm, has shattered a Surrey, B.C., family that treated the teenager as their own son. "Shakir was my son's best friend ... they formed a bond that was never to be broken."
"16.10.2016 18:30:01" cbc.ca Police armoured vehicle, tactical team, surround North End Winnipeg home Investigators also believe there are weapons in the home. Police say there was a robbery in the area.
"16.10.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Reputed associate of ex-Montreal Mafia boss killed in 'settling of accounts' A man believed to have had close ties to former crime boss Vito Rizzuto was gunned down in Laval on Saturday, in what police described as a "settling of accounts." Vincenzo Spagnolo reputedly served as Rizzuto's right-hand man when he had control over the Montreal Mafia.
"16.10.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca More than money: Canada's health minister wants 'system transformation' On the health file, the stand-off with the provinces over funding has dominated the discourse and that likely will continue this week. Pledge to make system better likely to be a tough sell among provinces who want more cash.
"16.10.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca 17-year-old boy dies after early morning shooting in northwest Toronto A 17-year-old boy has died after a shooting early Sunday on Weston Road near Lawrence Avenue West. The teen was pronounced dead in hospital.
"16.10.2016 16:30:01" cbc.ca Putin's war in Syria grows to include PR offensive, threats against U.S.: Nahlah Ayed President Vladimir Putin is further entrenching Russia's presence in Syria with anti-aircraft missiles that could be used against U.S. planes. Russia's parliament has voted to endorse a deal with Syria to allow an open-ended stay for its military.
"16.10.2016 16:00:00" cbc.ca A year of Trudeau: How much has really changed? Justin Trudeau promised change and, a year after his election, all kinds of things, from the census to Canada's approach to the Syrians, are different. Aaron Wherry says some might complain that change has been insufficient or too slow, but it can't be said that things aren't different.
"16.10.2016 15:30:01" cbc.ca Canada's deadly fentanyl crisis reaches behind the bars of federal prisons Fentanyl's reach is stretching behind the bars of Canada's federal penitentiaries, with 27 overdoses and six deaths in the last three years. "A more dangerous drug than we've experienced in the past."
"16.10.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Netflix crushes border hoppers: Get used to your Canada-only library Netflix may be emerging the victor in its declared war on virtual border hoppers. That's because some unblocking companies that helped customers hop Netflix's borders now appear to be in retreat. "I'd say that they have won."
"16.10.2016 14:32:01" cbc.ca 'There is no going back': Colombian rebels insist peace will hold despite No vote While many Colombians lament a recent public vote that rejected a peace agreement between the government and the rebel group FARC Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos extends ceasefire to Dec. 31.
"16.10.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca U.S., Russia, others making renewed diplomatic push on Syria U.S.-led talks on the Syria conflict in Lausanne on Saturday had a good consensus on a number of possibilities that could lead to a ceasefire in Syria. The conflict has killed at least a half-million people since 2011,
"16.10.2016 13:30:01" cbc.ca 'It just kind of snowballed': St. Mary's Parish hosts largest Catholic wedding in Vancouver Fifteen couples got married in what the Vancouver archdiocese says is its largest mass wedding on Saturday. 15 couples are getting hitched!
"16.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca The time to reform Ireland's outdated abortion ban is now, campaigners say in 1983, Ireland enshrined a ban on abortion in its constitution with "the right to life of the unborn … with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother." Abortion is punishable by up to 14 years in prison.
"16.10.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca Leafs retire 17 numbers, add Keon's No. 14 to open centennial season To ring in their centennial season the Toronto Maple Leafs retired the numbers of 17 players, finally adding a place most notably for Dave Keon. New banners celebrating team's 13 Stanley Cups are also on display.
"16.10.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca New Nixon Library redesigned for post-Watergate generation New Nixon Library revisits former president's contribution to regularizing relations with China and Russia, as well as the Watergate years. His grandson says Nixon would vote for Trump.
"16.10.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Blue Jays fall into 0-2 ALCS hole against Cleveland Francisco Lindor hit an RBI single in the third inning to give Cleveland a one-run lead and the Indians held on to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-1 in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series. Toronto isn't doing so well so far.
"16.10.2016 10:07:38" cbc.ca Canada's deadly fentanyl crisis reaches behind the bars of federal prisons Fentanyl's reach is stretching behind the bars of Canada's federal penitentiaries, with 27 overdoses and six deaths in the last three years. Inmates are overdosing on fentanyl
"16.10.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Kellie Leitch launches Tory leadership bid, campaigning on 'Canadian values' Ontario MP Kellie Leitch officially launched her campaign to become the next federal Conservative Party leader on Saturday. She has said immigrants should be screened for "anti-Canadian values."
"16.10.2016 09:00:01" cbc.ca Worried about a Trump win? A Trump loss might be worse Jeet Heer, Senior Editor at the New Republic, argues that if you think Trump's behaviour during the campaign is shocking, you'd better steel yourself for the post-election-loss version. "He's setting up a situation where he can lose, but not lose."
"16.10.2016 08:00:01" cbc.ca Peaceful Vermont copes with the Donald Trump effect There was not a lot of political chatter in the air, even with the most critical election in modern times less than a month away. When pressed, Vermonters sometimes will open up a bit about politics.
"16.10.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Rebecca Hall says biopic Christine shows struggle of feeling 'you're not like everyone else' A new film tells the story of Christine Chubbuck, a Florida news anchor who killed herself on live television. The film is based on the real anchor who shot herself on live TV.
"16.10.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca 3 militia men accused of plotting to bomb Somalis in Kansas Three members of a Kansas militia group have been charged with plotting to bomb an apartment complex, including a unit that was being used as a mosque. These arrests are the culmination of an eight-month FBI investigation.
"16.10.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Worked stopped at Muskrat Falls as protesters march on site, demand halt to flooding Almost 200 people marched towards the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric site on Saturday to protest the scheduled start of flooding in the area. Organizers say many had tents and sleeping bags with them and plan to spend night near the spillway.
"16.10.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Edmonton area roads like an ice rink, leading to more than 140 collisions Snow and ice caused horrible road conditions in the Edmonton area, resulting in more than 140 collisions and long traffic delays. There were 142 collisions.
"16.10.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Falling tree kills 'beautiful soul': Shakir Salaam is mourned in Surrey, B.C. A community is mourning the loss of a 16-year-old young man killed by a tree that fell during a windstorm as he walked home from his Surrey, B.C., high school. He died during a windstorm.
"16.10.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca Text message scammers leave victims on the hook for thousands Since telling you the story of Louanne Cataford, the 19-year-old Montreal college student who fell for an unsolicited text offering her $300 a week. "I knew at that point, oh my God, I am being scammed."
"16.10.2016 02:30:01" cbc.ca Missing senior feared lost in storm has been found safe and sound, in her building North Shore Rescue were planning to use helicopter fly-overs to help find missing 88-year-old Charlotte Björnson, but she's been found safe and sound in her building. Charlotte Björnson wandered into somebody else's unit.
"16.10.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Deadly cousin of death cap mushrooms 'extremely common' in Manitoba As Manitobans head outdoors to pick mushrooms this fall, a fungi expert at the University of Manitoba is warning people to be careful. Destroying angels look similar to death caps. The former is much more deadly.
"16.10.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Retired RCMP officer, businessman and optometrist identified as victims in crash that killed Prentice The pilot in a fatal plane crash that killed former Alberta premier Jim Prentice has been identified as retired RCMP officer Jim Kruk. The Transportation Safety Board is investigating after the Cessna crashed after takeoff.
"16.10.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Scientists seek to map all human cells in vast atlas Giant database will describe every cell in human body "The human cell atlas initiative is the beginning of a new era of cellular understanding."
"16.10.2016 00:30:01" cbc.ca EU backs off banning North American lobster Canadian lobster fishermen are getting a break from the European Union over a proposed Swedish lobster ban. It would have cost lobster industry in Canada and the U.S. millions.
"16.10.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca ISIS suicide bomber strikes Baghdad funeral tent, killing 35 A suicide bomber struck a funeral gathering in Baghdad on Saturday, killing at least 35 people and wounding more than 60. Attack comes as Iraqi security forces prepare to retake the militant-held northern city of Mosul.
"15.10.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca How a N.S. man outsmarted the car wrapping scam An enticing text message promising $300 a week to someone willing to have their car wrapped in advertisements nearly swindled a Dartmouth man out of thousands of dollars, but a bank teller was able to intervene. He noticed something odd with the first cheque.
"15.10.2016 23:01:23" Blue Jays-Cleveland Game 2 post-game conference Blue Jays and Cleveland wrap up 2-1 loss for Toronto with post-game conference http://www.cbc.ca/1.3807048
"15.10.2016 23:00:01" cbc.ca Shooting, stabbing outside Miranda Kerr's home Media reports say an intruder outside the mansion of supermodel Miranda Kerr has been shot by a security guard, and Kerr wasn't home at the time. The security guard was stabbed near his eye and the intruder was shot.
"15.10.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Taking a flight? No Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones allowed on Canadian, U.S. carriers Passengers and flight crews will be banned from bringing Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on airline flights under emergency orders issued Friday. Air Canada said that as result of new regulations, it will not permit those particular Samsung devices aboard.
"15.10.2016 22:00:00" Trump repeats claim of 'rigged election' Trump doubles down on claims that race is "a rigged election" For the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3807028
"15.10.2016 21:30:01" cbc.ca Rain, rain, go away. You're making craft beer more expensive! Farmers in Western Canada say the malting barley crop is suffering due to wet weather — and that could mean a pricier pint. "It's always a difficult spot to be in."
"15.10.2016 21:00:01" cbc.ca Could a few million Belgians veto the Canada-EU trade deal? It hasn't happened yet At stake is not simply a seven-year negotiation process to drop tariffs, open up new markets and agree on common standards for billions in annual trade. Rejection by 2 Wallonian regional legislatures sets off weekend of diplomacy to get CETA back on track.
"15.10.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca Renting a home, let alone buying one, a competitive struggle for many young professionals From recruiting roommates to promoting themselves to potential landlords, people in their 20s and 30s are forced to find creative ways to deal with 'crazy' rental markets. "'It's impossible — and that's with two working professional people."
"15.10.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Toronto Blue Jays looking to even up ALCS in Cleveland We're live at Progressive Field, with scores of Toronto Blue Jays fans, bringing you the Game 2 experience. Let's see how they do after yesterday's 2-0 loss.
"15.10.2016 19:30:01" cbc.ca Road safety 'paramount concern' in pot legalization, say justice ministers The federal government's plan to legalize marijuana has some provincial politicians raising concerns about drug-impaired driving. Ottawa is sticking to its plan to table legislation next spring.
"15.10.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca NASA's dilemma: How to send humans to Mars without infecting the Martians This week, U.S. President Barack Obama announced an ambitious goal to send humans to Mars by 2030. That makes Cassie Conley's task more urgent. "The first samples we bring back from Mars will be contained as if they are the most hazardous materials we know about."
"15.10.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca They'll find a way: Why U.S. Border Patrol only catches 54% of the people crossing illegally from Mexico Old fence means people can go under, over or just walk through gaps several kilometres wide "They'll put some kind of burlap or carpet on the bottom of their shoes to make it more difficult for us to catch them."
"15.10.2016 18:00:01" cbc.ca 'He was one of the good ones': Jim Prentice remembered as environment minister for expanding parks Despite sitting in a government that was often criticized for its environmental record, Jim Prentice is being remembered for expanding Canada's parkland. As environment minister, he was notable for taking a stand and rejecting a proposed mine in B.C.
"15.10.2016 17:30:01" cbc.ca It's been a strange presidential election — even by Florida's standards: Chris Hall Chris Hall continues his road trip in Florida, a crucial swing state that decided the 2000 election by a few hundred votes and could be close again on Nov. 8 A Democratic strategist says Florida is wired to produce close results.
"15.10.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Blue Jays look to break shutout, even ALCS in Game 2 Cleveland shut down Toronto's explosive offence in the opener and look to take a 2-0 lead in the American League Championship Series when they host the Blue Jays in Game 2 on Saturday (4:08 p.m. ET). Toronto managed only one extra-base hit in Game 1 loss.
"15.10.2016 16:30:02" cbc.ca Global deal reached to limit damaging greenhouse gas used in refrigeration Nearly 200 nations hammered out a legally binding deal to cut back on greenhouse gases used in refrigerators and air conditioners, a Rwandan minister announced to loud cheers on Saturday, in a major step against climate change. HFCs are considered the world's fastest-growing climate pollutant
"15.10.2016 16:00:00" cbc.ca B.C. woman shocked to find private medical information of 10 other people in file Wendy Charney was simply curious about what her recently retired doctor had written when she decided to look at her medical history. Details included an elderly woman's cancer treatment test results
"15.10.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca Syrian exhibit shows rich cultural history of country now racked by conflict A new exhibition about Syria at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto offers a glimpse of 5,000 years of art and artifacts. The curator hopes it shows the history and potential of once prosperous region.
"15.10.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Selfie craze triggers surge in cosmetic procedures Cosmetic dermatologists believe social media and the rise of the selfie have caused an increase in millennials getting non-invasive procedures like lip fillers. "It's almost rubbed in my face that all these other girls look so perfect in pictures on Instagram ... you're almost doing it to keep up."
"15.10.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca How an idea for a baseball cap exploded into a big hit with Toronto Latinos Toronto banker Carlos Brito, 42, and his brother Steve were lounging around one day when they came up with the idea to make baseball hats to reflect both the city where they live and their Latino roots. 'Toronto mi barrio': How two brothers turned love for their Latino roots into a thriving business
"15.10.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Samsung woes highlight what we already knew — it's time to build a better battery Battery technology has a long way to go to meet the rising demands of our electrical devices and vehicles. After decades of neglect, is a new battery revolution under way? After decades of neglect, is a new battery revolution underway?
"15.10.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Edmonton area roads like an ice rink, leading to more than 140 collisions Snow and ice caused horrible road conditions in the Edmonton area, resulting in more than 140 collisions and long traffic delays. Images and videos of the roads show vehicles in downtown Edmonton sliding out of control.