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"03.12.2016 19:00:01" cbc.ca Ottawa discusses a national drug plan and a large HIV vaccine trial: CBC's Health Newsletter Second Opinion is a vital dose of the week's news in health and medicine, from reporter Kelly Crowe and CBC Health. Canadians pay some of the highest drug prices in the world but, a national pharmacare plan now before committee could help millions with their medications. This and more in CBC's Health Newsletter.
"03.12.2016 18:56:00" CBC News's cover photo Sunshine, crushing ice and frosty trees on a hike near Edmonton. Photo by CBC's Tim Adams.
"03.12.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Several at California warehouse party dead or missing after fire breaks out At least nine people are dead and about 25 others were unaccounted for after a massive fire broke out during a late-night party in a warehouse in Oakland. The roof collapsed, complicating efforts to recover bodies.
"03.12.2016 18:00:01" cbc.ca Meet Sarnia's popular 'Mayor Mike' — locked out of city hall over bullying For a mayor who has been locked in a fierce political battle — and locked out of City Hall on nights and weekends — Mike Bradley is surprisingly popular. The popular Sarnia mayor has been locked out of city hall on nights and weekends.
"03.12.2016 17:30:01" cbc.ca 'Someday that pipeline will leak,' says Standing Rock rancher People who live near the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline say they worry it will eventually leak and the underground oil would go undetected, threatening the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's access to clean water from a nearby reservoir of the Missouri River. "This is the one place where our culture is still alive. That's why we fight this so darn bad," says Ron His Horse Is Thunder, who has lived most of his life on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
"03.12.2016 17:06:38" cbc.ca Nova Scotia to close public schools as teachers take job action All Nova Scotia public schools will be closed Monday as teacher take job action over recently failed contract negotiations. The Nova Scotia Teachers Union has directed educators to only go to school 20 minutes before class and leave 20 minutes after class, and not volunteer to supervise breaks.
"03.12.2016 17:00:01" cbc.ca Government study warns flying CF-18s late into 2020s a 'high risk' An internal assessment has raised questions about whether the Liberals will be able to keep the CF-18 fleet flying throughout the 2020s, as Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has suggested. The engineering report, obtained by CBC News, says pushing the jets Internal Defence documents reveal some of Canada's aging fighter jets will stay in service past their best before dates.
"03.12.2016 16:30:01" cbc.ca Money-saving holiday tips, and some costly mistakes to avoid Some of Canada's top personal finance experts share their best holiday budget tips, but also their biggest blunders. Is making it home for the holidays stress-free on your list? Here's some advice on how to save and where to spend this December.
"03.12.2016 16:00:01" Japan pizza reindeer Neither snow nor rain will keep these reindeer (and several handlers) from delivering pizza in Japan's north.
"03.12.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca Angry Air Miles collectors demand back points they rushed to use on 'junk' Air Miles has cancelled its expiry policy. But the move is only fuelling the fury for many collectors who already used their points on stuff they didn't want. Now, some members are demanding their points back. Now, some members who hastily redeemed their Instead of the "trip of a lifetime" he had planned, this Air Miles collector got a blender and an espresso machine.
"03.12.2016 15:00:02" cbc.ca 3-parent-baby procedure replaces faulty mitochondrial DNA A new therapeutic technology designed to prevent women from passing on debilitating disorders to their babies has worked successfully in a small, proof-of-concept experiment. Mitochondrial replacement therapy could prevent women from passing on debilitating disorders to their babies.
"03.12.2016 14:30:01" cbc.ca That '70s Show co-stars Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher welcome second child Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are parents for the second time. We don't know yet if it's a boy or a girl.
"03.12.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca Tech designer schools Facebook, creates fake news detector in an hour Daniel Sieradski says the Facebook CEO's argument that flagging fake news would be too onerous prompted him to create his own plug-in, the BS Detector. It doesn't prevent anyone from seeing the website, but it does give a warning.
"03.12.2016 13:30:01" cbc.ca P.E.I. police officer apologizes to Nickelback for 'bullying' Facebook post A Kensington, P.E.I., police officer has apologized for "bullying" Nickelback and removed a Facebook post he says drew a reaction far beyond his expectations. More people were dogpiling on Nickelback than talking about drunk driving.
"03.12.2016 13:00:01" cbc.ca Ontario teen released from hospital after brutal attack Noah Rabbani, a Hamilton, Ont. teen recovering from a brutal attack last weekend, was released from hospital Friday, his aunt said. He's still hardly able to speak.
"03.12.2016 12:30:01" cbc.ca The heart of a stranger: Woman meets daughters of man whose heart gave her new life Five years after receiving the heart of a stranger, Julie Lyons wept as she ran into the arms of his two daughters, who gave permission for the organ transplant. "I wouldn't be here today if it weren't for you."
"03.12.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Rover's Roomba revenge: Robot vacuums can scatter scat if you don't keep an eye on your pets A kennel owner hopes to warn people of potential problems that can arise when pets meet robot vacuums. "Don't leave your pet unattended with a Roomba, ever,"
"03.12.2016 11:00:01" cbc.ca Senators defend expense claims for art rentals, hospitality Some senators are defending their discretionary spending practices after the Senate released a breakdown of expenses showing thousands of dollars in art rentals for senators' offices and lesser amounts on dining out, gifts and hospitality. A senator spent $5,700 to rent three pieces of art over two years.
"03.12.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Supreme Court officially welcomes Newfoundlander Malcolm Rowe as newest member Malcolm Rowe, the newest justice on the Supreme Court of Canada, was formally welcomed to the court Friday. He's the first justice from Newfoundland and Labrador to take a seat on the country's top court.
"03.12.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca NATO flexes muscles in Lithuania — with an eye on Russia Troops from 11 NATO countries including the United States rehearse battle skills in a snowy Lithuanian forest, as the leader of the Baltic state voices confidence that U.S. commitment to Europe's defence would survive the election of Donald Trump. NATO is deploying four battalions of up to 1,000 troops each early next year.
"03.12.2016 08:00:01" cbc.ca Saskatchewan Roughriders player shot three times, say officials Officials say Joe McKnight was shot three times — in the hand, shoulder and chest — and insist the shooter was not standing over the Saskatchewan Roughriders player. "You just feel for Joe and his family. He's got a young son."
"03.12.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Costco investigated over allegations pharmacy directors accepted kickbacks for certain brands Costco is being investigated by Ontario's Ministry of Health for its compliance with the province's legislation on selling pharmaceutical and over-the-counter drugs. The law requires that companies don't trade kickbacks for putting certain brands on shelves.
"03.12.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca As fighting intensifies in Aleppo, UN mulls Canadian resolution to end conflict The United Nations General Assembly began talks on Friday on a Canadian-drafted resolution that would demand an end to fighting in Syria. The Canadian drafted resolution would demand aid access, an end to indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks and an end to sieges.
"03.12.2016 05:30:58" cbc.ca Trump's phone chat with Taiwanese president flouts diplomatic protocol China's foreign minister said Saturday he hopes Beijing's relations with the U.S. would not be "interfered with or damaged" after president-elect Donald Trump broke with decades-long diplomatic tradition and spoke directly with Taiwan's leader. Trump tweeted that the president of Taiwan called to congratulate him.
"03.12.2016 05:00:01" cbc.ca Is chocolate really good for you? UBC scientists measure antioxidant levels Every chocolate lover wants the headlines about antioxidants in chocolate to be true. And for better or for worse, determining just how much of the disease-fighting molecules are contained in this popular treat may be getting a little easier with a new They can measure it in under a minute.
"03.12.2016 04:30:00" cbc.ca Trump's Carrier deal saves 800 jobs in exchange for $7M in incentives The $7-million incentive package Carrier Corp. will receive in a deal with U.S. president-elect Donald Trump and vice president-elect Mike Pence is a departure from how tax credits are commonly used in Indiana. Experts note that rewarding companies for keeping employees should done on a case-by-case basis.
"03.12.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca As fighting intensifies in Aleppo, UN mulls Canadian resolution to end conflict The United Nations General Assembly began talks on Friday on a Canadian-drafted resolution that would demand an end to fighting in Syria. The draft resolution would demand aid access, an end to indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks and an end to sieges.
"03.12.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Trump's phone chat with Taiwanese president flouts diplomatic protocol U.S. president-elect Donald Trump spoke Friday with the president of Taiwan, a move that will likely anger China. AU.S. president or president-elect has not spoken directly to a leader of Taiwan since 1979.
"03.12.2016 02:30:01" cbc.ca Wisconsin U.S. election recount allowed to continue — for now A federal court in Wisconsin on Friday rejected an attempt by pro-Donald Trump groups to stop a recount of the state's presidential vote, saying there was no harm in allowing it to continue. A court has rejected a pro-Trump request to halt the Wisconsin recount, but has also allowed federal lawsuit to proceed.
"03.12.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Mop it up: Canadian North uses manual method to de-ice planes in Cape Dorset A low-tech version of airplane de-icing left some passengers shocked in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, this week, but the airline says the method is approved and safe. They're literally using a mop and bucket.
"03.12.2016 01:43:26" The National for Friday, Dec. 2, 2016 LIVE: The National for Friday, Dec. 2, 2016
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"03.12.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca 1st-degree murder charge for Florida woman in death of Toronto-born law prof A woman arrested in the death of a Canadian legal scholar in Florida has been charged with first-degree murder. She allegedly hired two hitmen to kill the professor.
"03.12.2016 01:00:00" Vets act as a barrier for protesters at Standing Rock North Dakota pipeline protest garners support from U.S. veterans For more: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3877269
"03.12.2016 00:30:02" cbc.ca Trump backs Dakota Access pipeline based on policy, not investments President-elect Donald Trump supports completion of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline in the Midwest, based on policy and not the billionaire businessman's investments in a partnership building the $3.8 billion pipeline, according to an aide's memo. Trump's federal disclosure forms show he owned a small amount of stock in Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners, which owns a quarter of the pipeline.
"03.12.2016 00:00:01" cbc.ca 35,600 Ford sedans recalled over seatbelts that may not work in crash Ford is recalling 680,000 mid-sized sedans, including 35,614 in Canada, because of seatbelts that could fail in a crash. The recall covers 2013 to 2016 Ford Fusion and 2013 to 2015 Lincoln MKZ.
"03.12.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Ukraine's pilot heroine says Canada and Trump must beware of Russia Ukraine's first female military pilot, Nadiya Savchenko, is a national hero after going AWOL to fight Russian-backed separatists and for enduring two years in a Russian jail. She said Canadians seem nice, but they'll need to be tough against Putin.
"02.12.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Cuba's Fidel Castro, revolutionary and dictator, seen by some in Colombia as a peacemaker In the same week that Fidel Castro's ashes made their final journey across Cuba, Colombia's congress approved a peace deal with FARC rebels. Analysts describe Castro as a godfather figure to Colombian revolutionaries.
"02.12.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian researchers are leading the way to Mars While most people think of NASA's success on the red planet, Canadians are making their mark and preparing us for a day humans one day set foot upon our nearest planetary neighbour. "This has been the Canadian model: to contribute instruments to other lead missions."
"02.12.2016 22:30:01" cbc.ca Kidnapping czar, co-operation with security firms should be part of hostage approach, says ex-CSIS expert Canada should consider appointing a kidnapping "czar" and find a more standardized approach when Canadians are kidnapped abroad, says a former senior member of CSIS who now heads up a private security firm. "As kidnapping becomes an industry, I think it requires an industrial response."
"02.12.2016 22:00:01" cbc.ca Andrew Sachs, bumbling Manuel from Fawlty Towers, dead at 86 Andrew Sachs, the British actor best known as the lovable Spanish waiter Manuel on the 1970s BBC sitcom Fawlty Towers, has died aged 86. Comedian John Cleese called Sachs "a very sweet, gentle, and kind man and a truly great farceur."
"02.12.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Snap, crackle, populism: Why Breitbart is calling for a Kellogg boycott Breitbart News, the conservative U.S. news and opinion website known for its vociferous support of president-elect Donald Trump, is calling on readers to boycott Kellogg food products after the company pulled advertising from the website. Kellogg announced it would not advertise on Breitbart's website.
"02.12.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Mayors of Paris, Madrid, Athens, Mexico City plan to get polluting diesel off streets Four of the world's largest and most polluted cities have decided to ban diesel cars and trucks from their streets by 2025. The World Health Organization says seven million deaths every year are linked to exposure to outdoor air pollution.
"02.12.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca Demand for free 2017 passes overwhelms Parks Canada website Demand for free 2017 passes to Canada's national parks has swamped the Parks Canada website. The free Discovery Pass was introduced to mark Canada's 150th anniversary.
"02.12.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca 'No warning intended' to pipeline protesters, clarifies Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says his comments about the possible use of "defence forces" or police during future protests over pipeline projects approved this week by Ottawa weren't meant to be read as a threat. Jim Carr says his comments about the possible use of "defence forces" were not a threat to pipeline protesters.
"02.12.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Maryam Monsef says sorry for accusing MPs of shirking electoral reform duties Minister of Democratic Institutions Maryam Monsef has apologized to MPs she suggested Thursday were shirking their duties on electoral reform. "Yesterday in this House, I used words that I deeply regret." — Minister of Democratic Institutions Maryam Monsef.
"02.12.2016 19:00:01" cbc.ca Canadian couple among 13 killed in Tennessee wildfires A Canadian couple was among the 13 people killed when wildfires tore through parts of Tennessee this week, officials say. Nearly 1,000 homes and businesses were damaged in the fires around the tourist city of Gatlinburg.
"02.12.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Is it time to stop lying to our kids about Santa Claus? Jolly Old Saint Nick is perhaps the most beloved icon of the Christmas holidays. But an essay recently published in the medical journal Lancet Psychiatry questions what we should be telling our kids about Santa Claus. An essay published in Lancet Psychiatry says the Santa Claus myth may undermine children's trust in their parents.
"02.12.2016 18:00:01" cbc.ca 'People are dying': Life-saving opioid antidote hard to find Naloxone can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose and save a person's life. The trouble is it's still hard to find in Canada. "This drug has the potential to save a life, not just my child but so many children." — Sherry Isaac.
"02.12.2016 17:30:01" cbc.ca 'Dire situation': Senators seek guidance for top court ruling on timely trials The Senate legal and constitutional affairs committee wants Canada's top court to clarify its controversial ruling that set deadlines for trials for accused criminals. Accused murderers walking free after a Supreme Court ruling that set a 30-month deadline for trials in Superior courts.
"02.12.2016 17:00:00" Toronto 'rooftopping' lands Russian in jail This Russian 'rooftopping' daredevil was arrested in Toronto after filming this video: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3872782
"02.12.2016 16:28:12" cbc.ca Air Miles cancels expiry policy — cold comfort for customers who rushed to spend points Air Miles customers no longer have to worry about using up their miles by the end of the year. On Thursday, the loyalty program announced that it has cancelled its expiry policy, which was scheduled to kick in on Jan. 1, 2017. "I know a lot of consumers have redeemed for things they didn't want to redeem for." — Patrick Sojka, founder, Rewards Canada.
"02.12.2016 16:00:42" cbc.ca May can stay: Quebec Wildlife Ministry to return deer to its adoptive family An orphaned deer that was taken from the family in the Laurentians who adopted her will soon be allowed to return home. Brigitte Thomas and her husband adopted the deer four years ago after its mother was killed in a car accident.
"02.12.2016 15:30:02" cbc.ca Canada's unemployment rate falls to 6.8% as economy adds 11,000 jobs Canada's jobless rate dipped in November to 6.8 per cent, as the economy created 11,000 jobs and fewer people looked for work, Statistics Canada says. The youth joblessness remains high at 12.9%. Many of new jobs are part time.
"02.12.2016 15:00:42" cbc.ca Government study warns flying CF-18s late into 2020s a 'high risk' An internal assessment has raised questions about whether the Liberals will be able to keep the CF-18 fleet flying throughout the 2020s, as Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has suggested. The engineering report, obtained by CBC News, says pushing the jets "A large and costly procurement of new wings and flight controls would be required to support this effort."
"02.12.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca Toronto-area house prices rose by more than 20% in November The Toronto-area real estate market continued to see strong sales volumes and higher prices in November. The average selling price for all types of housing in the Toronto area was over $775,000.
"02.12.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Retired general gets Trump's nomination for defence secretary President-elect Donald Trump said Thursday he will nominate retired Gen. James Mattis to be his defence secretary, making the announcement during a post-election victory rally in Cincinnati. For James Mattis to be confirmed, Congress would have to bypass a law that bars retired military officers from becoming defence secretary within seven years of leaving active duty.
"02.12.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Robots a threat, but meanwhile unemployment keeps falling: Don Pittis Maybe it's time to stop blaming robots. There are still plenty of things that need doing. The trick is to adjust our economy to make that happen. Maybe robots aren't the enemy, as automation frees up workers to do other useful things.
"02.12.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca U.S. veterans join N.D. pipeline protest: 'This is what I need to be doing' A long-running pipeline protest in North Dakota is seeing a spike in support from U.S. veterans, who are travelling to the remote camp. Matthew Crane — a navy veteran who says he's willing to "act as a barrier" between protesters and police if needed — is "I bled in Iraq and you're going to threaten to shoot me on a bridge in North Dakota?" — Mark Sanderson, former U.S. special forces soldier.
"02.12.2016 12:00:01" cbc.ca Time for Liberals to decide if they're serious about electoral reform: Aaron Wherry For now, the government is committed to going through the motions to try to reform the voting system, including another round of public outreach. But are the Liberals really committed to doing what it takes to keep their campaign promise? Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef mocked the electoral reform committee's use of the Gallagher Index in its report.
"02.12.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca 'Sniffs like a real dog': New tool designed to detect drug and bomb detectors The shape and function of a dog's nose is being used to improve electronic scent detectors. Dogs have almost 300 million smell receptors in their noses, compared to the meagre six million us humans have.
"02.12.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Public servants overpaid in Phoenix payroll fiasco warned of collection scam Public servants are being warned about a potential scam targeting workers caught up in the government's payroll fiasco. More than 80,000 government workers have been underpaid, overpaid, or not paid at all since Ottawa implemented the Phoenix payment program earlier this year.
"02.12.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Why did it take 6 months to evict tenants who kept farm animals in a rental property? Ontario's minister of housing says he has been gathering input for the last five months on how to improve the province's landlord and tenant legislation. The landlord says his tenants 'freely admitted in emails that they had a goat in the house.'
"02.12.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Trump, Clinton aides get into shouting matches during campaign de-brief Tempers flared and political fault-lines were inflamed, as aides to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton gathered for their first meeting since election day. Sign of the times?
"02.12.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca After 35 years and 4 murder trials, man found guilty of Hamilton murder After 35 years and a precedent-setting four first-degree murder trials, Robert Badgerow has been found guilty in the 1981 killing in Hamilton. Badgerow is the first person in Canadian legal history to be tried for the same murder four times.
"02.12.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Fentanyl shipment from China to Victoria intercepted by police, customs Victoria police and border officials have intercepted a shipment of 1.45 kilograms of fentanyl bound for Victoria from China. The Victoria police chief says thousands of overdoses have potentially been prevented by the seizure.
"02.12.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Looking for arsenic in toenails: study to measure impact of Yellowknife mines on human health Plans are underway to conduct the most comprehensive sampling program ever done to determine how much of the contaminants from historic mining are finding their way into the bodies of people living in the Yellowknife area. Researchers are planning to gather urine and toenail samples.
"02.12.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Podgy the pot-bellied pig given temporary permit A Winnipeg woman fighting to keep her pot-bellied pig now has six months to prove her illegal porcine pet is in fact a service animal. "We're going to give her an opportunity to demonstrate that Podgy is in fact a service animal."
"02.12.2016 04:50:38" cbc.ca U.S. veterans join N.D. pipeline protest: 'This is what I need to be doing' A long-running pipeline protest in North Dakota is seeing a spike in support from U.S. veterans, who are travelling to the remote camp. "They're not protesting, they're praying," he said. "We're going to act as a barrier."
"02.12.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca As more Nova Scotia beaches are flooded with dead herring, cause remains mystery Thousands of herring have washed up on beaches in Digby County over the last week and a half, and experts are trying to figure out what killed them. Time to call in Mulder and Scully?
"02.12.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca Niagara Falls gets $4M lighting makeover A $4 million lighting makeover promises to dial up the wow factor of Niagara Falls at night. But was it worth it?
"02.12.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Homeless, living at the the airport, the turning point for 1 man and his son At 28, Prince Tutankhamun is making up for lost time with two-year-old Jordan. Tutankhamun spent his 20s couch-hopping, sleeping in stairways of low-rent towers in Toronto and finally in the departures lounge at Pearson International Airport — adrift and homeless.
"02.12.2016 02:00:08" The National for Thursday, Dec. 1 The National for Thursday, Dec. 1
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"02.12.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Alberta county to be home to 'world's largest' legal marijuana grow op A medical marijuana supplier says it has broken ground in Leduc County, south of Edmonton, on what will be the world's largest legal pot grow operation. The company says it will be capable of producing in excess of 100,000 kilograms of high quality marijuana per year.
"02.12.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Mohawks block trains carrying oil from passing through Kahnawake The protest is in solidarity with Indigenous groups protesting against the Dakota Access Pipeline project in North Dakota. The blockade began Thursday at midnight. Commuter trains that use the rail line are being allowed to pass.
"02.12.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Saskatchewan Roughrider Joe McKnight shot to death in Louisiana Running back Joe McKnight, who played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders following seasons in the NFL, was shot and killed Thursday. McKnight's death is the second time this year that a CFL player was the victim of a fatal shooting.
"02.12.2016 00:00:46" cbc.ca Supreme Court hears B.C. First Nation religious claim against Jumbo Glacier ski resort The Ktunaxa Nation is asking that the Jumbo Glacier resort planned near Invermere be scrapped for good because it would destroy spiritually significant land. The case has attracted interest because of the precedent it could set for First Nations to claim potential loss of spiritual or religious rights due to development.
"01.12.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Wolverine captured near Yellowknife airport after a week in the city A wolverine spotted around Yellowknife that had eluded capture for nearly a week was trapped Wednesday morning, according to wildlife officials. The wolverine's reign has come to an end.
"01.12.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca How the family veto creates a grey zone around Canada's organ donation policy Even if someone in Canada consents to donating their organs, their relatives can override those wishes. About 1 in 5 registered organ donors in Ontario had their wishes overridden by family members, research shows.
"01.12.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca The return of Stelco: U.S. Steel Canada changing its name back U.S. Steel Canada is set to announce that it is changing its name back to Stelco. A formal announcement is scheduled for Friday afternoon. "Tomorrow the new flag is going to go up. I welcome it."
"01.12.2016 22:01:30" cbc.ca Air Miles cancels expiry policy — your miles are safe Air Miles customers no longer have to worry about using up their miles before they expire. Today, the loyalty program announced it is cancelling its expiry policy that was scheduled to take effect in the coming weeks. BREAKING.
"01.12.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Ottawa to regulate 6 chemicals used to make fentanyl The Canadian government is moving to control six chemicals used to make the deadly opioid fentanyl in an effort to contain the growing overdose death toll. "We hope that this will support our colleagues as they try to make sure these substances are not being [made] available and lives will be saved as a result," said Health Minister Jane Philpott.
"01.12.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Displaced and stranded Aleppo civilians are the most 'vulnerable people on Earth': UN About 30,000 people are receiving aid after fleeing the besieged eastern zone of the Syrian city of Aleppo in the past few days. That takes the total number of displaced people in the Syrian city to more than 400,000.
"01.12.2016 21:18:51" LIVE Q + A: CBC News: Marketplace's Asha Tomlinson is talking with consumer advocate and Toronto Star columnist Ellen Roseman about rewards programs.
What's worth it? What you should look for? Where can you get the biggest bang for all those bucks you
"01.12.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Moon-landing icon Buzz Aldrin flown from South Pole 'as a precaution' after falling ill Former American astronaut Buzz Aldrin was taken by plane from the South Pole to New Zealand after falling ill while he was on a visit with a tour group. Aldrin was the second man to walk on the moon.
"01.12.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca Mail fail: Canada Post changes locks on super mailbox — with new keys still inside Canada Post changed the locks on a community mailbox in Ottawa's Blossom Park neighbourhood this week, but residents say there was just one problem. Hate when that happens.
"01.12.2016 20:05:41" LIVE Pick-and-Play Q A LIVE Q + A: CBC senior technology reporter Matthew Braga is taking your questions about cable TV's new pick-and-pay plans and cord-cutting. ASK YOUR QUESTIONS IN THE COMMENTS.
"01.12.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Closing of border security gap leads to thousands of arrests by CBSA Canada's borders have become less porous in the wake of a CBC News investigation that revealed a major security gap. The changes to national border security came last November after CBC News discovered front-line border agents at primary inspection points did not have access to the Canadian Police Information Centre.
"01.12.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca 'Rushed' and 'radical': Liberal committee members want to proceed slowly on electoral reform The committee of MPs studying electoral reform in Canada recommends holding a referendum that pits the current system against a proportional representation system. But Liberal members of the committee say government should not move forward now. Electoral reform committee recommends referendum on proportional representation, but Liberals disagree.
"01.12.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca Signs of AIDS awareness around the world World AIDS Day is observed every Dec. 1, with calls from international health and advocacy organizations for the public to get involved in programs for awareness, prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. Today is World AIDS Awareness Day.
"01.12.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Let's not call these pipeline plans 'done deals' just yet: Opinion We should be optimistic, but not naive: there is a possibility that Trans Mountain will suffer the same fate as Northern Gateway Opinion column from CBC Politics contributor Alise Mills.
"01.12.2016 18:05:00" cbc.ca Trump deal with Carrier saved 1,000 U.S. jobs — but some question 'crony capitalism' tactics Donald Trump's dealmaking with air-conditioning manufacturer Carrier Corp. delivered great news for roughly 1,000 workers in Indiana, but some experts are already questioning the sustainability of his bargaining approach, labelling it "crony capitalism." Economists suspect Trump's deal to save 1,000 jobs in Indiana might be a one-off.
"01.12.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Can cell providers tell when police spy on their networks? Privacy advocates say that the use of a type of surveillance technology called IMSI catchers is invasive. But for one cellular provider, the disruptive nature of the technology is also a business concern. New research shows it's possible for telecoms to tell when police use IMSI catcher surveillance technology.
"01.12.2016 17:00:00" Wakeboarding with a pony When it rains in Vancouver ... take your pony wakeboarding? http://buff.ly/2gzL2hN
"01.12.2016 16:30:07" cbc.ca Putin hopes for better ties with U.S., anti-terror action President Vladimir Putin says Russia hopes to normalize ties with the U.S. and join efforts in the fight against international terrorism. "Unlike our foreign colleagues who are seeing Russia as an enemy, we have never been looking for enemies. We need friends." — Vladimir Putin.
"01.12.2016 16:00:01" cbc.ca Ottawa and OPEC deliver back-to-back great days for the Canadian oilpatch Tuesday's federal government approval of two new oil pipelines was an early Christmas present for the oilpatch, and an OPEC production cut less than 24 hours later was an awfully nice stocking stuffer. Oil stocks and prices spiked yesterday.
"01.12.2016 15:31:49" cbc.ca Closing of border security gap leads to thousands of arrests by CBSA Canada's borders have become less porous in the wake of a CBC News investigation that revealed a major security gap in the way passengers were being screened before being allowed into Canada. Thousands of alleged fugitives were detained at Canadian borders in the wake of a CBC Toronto investigation.
"01.12.2016 15:00:56" cbc.ca Conduct of Justice Camp in rape case erodes confidence in justice system, report says In making its unanimous recommendation that Federal Court Justice Robin Camp be removed from the bench, Canada's judicial watchdog has also addressed the wider repercussions of the judge's misconduct. Canada's judicial watchdog says Justice Robin Camp's comments in a rape case "reflect a classic victim-blaming attitude."
"01.12.2016 14:30:37" cbc.ca Internal process for child sex abuse claims 'catastrophic,' says former Jehovah Witness Several former Jehovah's Witnesses spoke to Radio-Canada's investigative program Enquête about the church's internal policies on child sexual abuse, saying they retraumatize victims and keep police and other child welfare authorities in the dark. "I thought it would be difficult, but it wasn't difficult — it was catastrophic." — Mélanie Poirier.
"01.12.2016 14:02:35" cbc.ca Pick and pay TV is here, but at current prices, it might not be worth it The $25 skinny basic TV packages introduced earlier this year didn't exactly wow Canadians. And it appears the second phase of the unbundling of our television offerings — individual pick and pay channels — might also disappoint customers on account of TV providers are offering channels for $4 to $7 each — on top of their regular TV plans.
"01.12.2016 13:01:02" cbc.ca Justin Trudeau boxed himself in on more than just pipelines: Chris Hall Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had to approve the Trans Mountain project because of his well-established pro-pipeline stance. As Chris Hall explains, Trudeau hasn't left himself much wiggle room with several other controversial files. Trudeau has boxed himself into a corner on pipelines, fighter jets, electoral reform and peacekeeping.
"01.12.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'Canada does not seem to get it': Government urged to revise hostage policy in wake of deaths The government is facing calls to review its approach to supporting families of Canadians kidnapped abroad and address alleged shortcomings in the wake of the deaths of John Ridsdel and Robert Hall, who were abducted in the Philippines in 2015 and killed Experts recommend a U.S.-style "fusion cell" that would improve co-ordination in the hopes of resolving hostage situations.
"01.12.2016 12:30:03" Don't panic: Your Air Miles may not expire Air Miles collectors may be getting a break in Ontario http://www.cbc.ca/1.3873455
"01.12.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Feds can't be held responsible for Sixties Scoop: Ottawa At-risk aboriginal children placed in non-aboriginal homes during the Sixties Scoop may well have suffered harm by losing their cultural identities but the federal government cannot now be held liable, Ottawa argues in new court filings. While things might be done differently now, the government argues, no legal reason exists to apply modern standards to an approach taken decades ago.
"01.12.2016 11:36:35" cbc.ca 'Here to stay': Winter weather doesn't deter Standing Rock protesters There's no way around it. For the hundreds of people camping near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, opposing the development of the Dakota Access pipeline, winter has arrived in full force. Winter has arrived in North Dakota and Standing Rock protesters are digging in.
"01.12.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Need a lift? Matthew McConaughey seen driving students home at Texas alma mater Matthew McConaughey has taken college-alumni relations to a whole new level, volunteering with his former school's SURE (Students United for Rape Elimination) Walk program. We are all right with this.
"01.12.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca An Inuvik woman's story of flying a plane, solo, for the first time Kandace Sittichinli from Inuvik, N.W.T. dreamed of being a pilot ever since she was a child. Last week, she lived a part of her dream when she flew solo. "It was just me and the air."
"01.12.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca 'Who has the party is the ruler': Castro family's hold on Cuba's Communist Party will last beyond transition Vice-President Miguel Diaz-Canel represents the next generation of Communist Party leaders in Cuba, but Raul Castro's influence could still loom. Raul Castro has announced he will leave the presidency on Feb. 24, 2018, after Cuba holds its next elections.
"01.12.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Hip-hop fans' phones could hold clues to fatal shooting in Winnipeg Winnipeg police say the man who died after being shot near Donald Street and Stradbrook Avenue early Saturday morning was at a hip-hop concert. Winnipeg police homicide unit is asking people who saw the Ace Hood concert to come forward, saying clues may be saved in their phones.
"01.12.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca 'Creepy and invasive': St. John's woman says she's being watched by a drone A woman in St. John's says a "stalker drone" has been following her movements over the past few days. Cue "Somebody's Watching Me."
"01.12.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Penticton RCMP investigating reported explosion of small Christmas package RCMP in Penticton, B.C., are investigating after a woman reported a small parcel exploding at her house in a mobile home park. "I took the wrapping paper off, and I used a knife to pry the ends open. I got it half open, and it exploded."
"01.12.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Ohio State University attacker may have been inspired by ISIS: FBI A Somali-born student who carried out a car and knife attack at Ohio State University might have been inspired by the Islamic State group, says the FBI. U.S. president-elect Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday that the attacker "should not have been in our country."
"01.12.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Elders council needed to oversee pipeline, resource projects: FSIN Many First Nations groups and communities are expressing concerns about the massive project, which runs through Saskatchewan. "It is in the best interest of us all to learn from the Standing Rock experience and find solutions."
"01.12.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca B.C. allocated 10 times more to fight swine flu than fentanyl crisis B.C. put $80 million towards fighting swine flu, which killed 57 people in 2009. The province budgeted only $5.77 million to try and curb the growing number of illicit overdoses, which were declared a public health emergency in April.
"01.12.2016 03:00:02" cbc.ca 'She has a big pillow like our dogs': Quebec family fights to keep its pet deer A family in Quebec's Laurentians is fighting to keep a deer they took into their home four years ago after its mother was hit by a car and killed. "She's very smart, she's clean. She even waits at the door to let us know she has to go the bathroom."
"01.12.2016 02:51:05" cbc.ca TFC will play for MLS championship after rainy, rowdy win over Impact Toronto FC has advanced to the MLS Cup final. Benoit Cheyrou and Canadian Tosaint Ricketts both scored in extra time as Toronto beat the Montreal Impact 5-2 in the second leg of Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference final. They are the first Canadian team to advance to the MLS Cup final.
"01.12.2016 02:30:02" cbc.ca Vegans decry Canadian 'corpse cash' that contains traces of animal fat British vegan Steffi Rox tells us that her country's new bills are made with tiny bits of beef tallow. But the Bank of Canada says the pound sterling may not be alone. "In some ways, the fact that it's such a minuscule amount makes it a little bit worse. It's not an essential ingredient." (via CBC As It Happens)
"01.12.2016 01:30:10" Harnarayan Singh makes NHL history Remember the #BoninoBoninoBonino call?
Sikh broadcaster Harnarayan Singh is making history again: www.cbc.ca/1.3875319
"01.12.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Senators charge taxpayers for art, gifts, dining out and booze Senators have charged taxpayers thousands of dollars for the rental and installation of artworks. They also claimed for dinners and gifts. One senator billed taxpayers $5,700 to rent artwork.
Another charged $54 for a purchase made at the liquor store.
"01.12.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca 'Knees together' judge should lose his job, judicial committee concludes Robin Camp, the judge who asked a woman during an Alberta rape trial why she couldn't just keep her knees together, should be removed from the bench, according to a unanimous recommendation from the Canadian Judicial Council's committee of inquiry. Only two judges have been recommended for removal by the Canadian Judicial Council since the review body was created in 1971.
"01.12.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Conflict commissioner asked to investigate defence minister on Afghan detainee decision A former New Democrat MP is calling on the conflict of interest commissioner to investigate Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan. "It is my sincere and considered belief that minister Sajjan is very likely in possession of information dating back to his time when he was in the Canadian Armed Forces that would almost certainly be of great relevance to any commission of inquiry."
"30.11.2016 23:30:01" cbc.ca 'May Day! May Day!: Pilot of doomed plane carrying soccer team told controllers he was out of fuel The pilot of the chartered plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team told air traffic controllers he had run out of fuel before crashing into the Andes. "The airplane was being flight planned right to its maximum. Right there it says that even if everything goes well, they are not going to have a large amount of fuel when they arrive."
"30.11.2016 23:00:32" cbc.ca 'It will cause me problems': B.C. Liberal MPs react to cabinet's approval of Trans Mountain Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says building Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline is in the national interest, but B.C. Liberal MPs are feeling less comfortable with the boss's decision, conceding it could hurt them at the ballot box in the next Trudeau said building the Trans Mountain pipeline is in the national interest, but B.C. Liberal MPs aren't sure its in theirs.
"30.11.2016 23:00:00" The National for Wednesday, Nov. 30. The National for Wednesday, Nov. 30.
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"30.11.2016 23:00:00" The National for Wednesday, Nov. 30. The National for Wednesday, Nov. 30.
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"30.11.2016 22:30:05" cbc.ca One for the road: Netflix introduces downloadable shows and movies Netflix subscribers can now download shows and movies to watch during a flight, when travelling by car, or for any other time when there is limited or no access to the internet. Breaking Bad, Narcos and Spotlight are among the titles made available for download starting Wednesday.
"30.11.2016 22:00:34" cbc.ca 'The law did not protect me': Landlord says it took 7 months to evict tenants with goat, chickens in home Simon Andrew said his first impression of the new tenants in his home in Kingston, Ont., was they "seemed very respectable, nice people," but then he had to evict them after they brought farm animals into the house, leaving an estimated $30,000 in damage. Simon Andrew said his first impression of his new tenants was they "seemed very respectable." His opinion would change dramatically.
"30.11.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Foreign ownership of Canadian condos down from 2015: CMHC Foreign ownership of existing Canadian condominium units "remains low" in 2016 compared to the previous two years, according to a CMHC report that aims to learn more about rapidly rising home prices in certain major cities. Foreign condo ownership is highest in Toronto, followed closely by Vancouver, then Montreal.
"30.11.2016 21:01:40" cbc.ca Massive lobster back in ocean after grandfather urged woman to save it Katie Conklin of Halifax says her elderly grandfather in New Brunswick inspired her to act to return the huge creature back to the ocean. King Louie won't be on the dinner plate anytime soon.
"30.11.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca Alberta premier heading to B.C. to make the case for Trans Mountain pipeline Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is headed to British Columbia early next week to try to calm concerns on the West Coast over the pipeline decisions. "I'm not going to shout down opponents to the position we are taking. Canada is about reasoned dialogue," Notley said.
"30.11.2016 20:00:01" cbc.ca Report: Police justified in killing ISIS supporter Aaron Driver Police released further details of an investigation into the shooting of Aaron Driver, an ISIS supporter who was gunned down while detonating an explosive device in a Strathroy, Ont. taxi. Aaron Driver was shot by police responding to an FBI tip after he detonated a bomb in a Strathroy, Ont., taxi.
"30.11.2016 19:30:01" cbc.ca Will Canadians finally get choice as skinny cable options take effect? The CRTC and consumer advocacy group OpenMedia say they're keeping a close eye on the country's TV providers as the final phase of new 'skinny' cable packages rules are implemented on Thursday. After regulations hit earlier this year, companies were accused of finding loopholes to ensnare customers in more expensive packages.
"30.11.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca 8 burning questions on legalizing pot The federal government is about to get advice that will help it decide how to go about legalizing pot. Here are some of the burning questions that may soon be answered. The federal task force on marijuana regulation and legalization hands over its final report to the government Wednesday.
"30.11.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca New took offers a simple way to get rid of unused accounts With all the fake news, toxic speech, and spam out there, you might be feeling like now is a good time to scale back your online footprint. There's a new tool that promises to help you do just that — by essentially deleting yourself from the internet. CBC Want to delete your internet presence? Now there's a tool for that.
"30.11.2016 17:30:04" cbc.ca Kinder Morgan pipeline approval to set off legal battle Listen carefully to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's pipeline proclamations and a few words make repeat appearances: "consultation," "rigour" and "science." That's more than just the language of public relations. The Liberal leader knows his The pipelines have been approved but will Trudeau's proclamations, and the language he used to make them, stand up in court?
"30.11.2016 17:01:08" cbc.ca Here's how Trump's health-care pick Tom Price could pull the plug on Obamacare In anti-Obamacare circles, "repeal and replace" has for years been the conservative motto for opponents of the U.S. health law. Newly tapped Secretary for Health and Human Services Tom Price believes he can do it. Georgia congressman Tom Price has a plan to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act. But he won't stop there.
"30.11.2016 16:01:11" cbc.ca Trump vows to leave business, 'fully focus' on presidency U.S. president-elect Donald Trump said Wednesday that he's leaving his business empire to focus on being the nation's 45th president, bowing to pressure to avoid potential conflicts of interest between governing and profiting in the private sector. "We're making sure that all those conflicts are taken care of." — Reince Priebus, Trump's incoming White House chief of staff.
"30.11.2016 15:30:10" cbc.ca 8 burning questions on legalizing pot The federal government is about to get advice that will help it decide how to go about legalizing pot. Here are some of the burning questions that may soon be answered. Still to be sorted out: Who can buy and sell pot, where it will be sold, and who gets the profits.
"30.11.2016 15:05:22" cbc.ca Cirque du Soleil employee dies in San Francisco San Francisco police say an employee at the Cirque du Soleil "Luzia" show has died from his injuries in what was termed an "industrial accident." A technician on the Cirque du Soleil show Luzia was struck by a telescopic lift during a rehearsal.
"30.11.2016 14:31:44" cbc.ca 'The law did not protect me': Landlord says it took 7 months to evict tenants with goats, chickens in home Simon Andrew said his first impression of the new tenants in his home in Kingston, Ont., was they "seemed very respectable, nice people," but then he had to evict them after they brought farm animals into the house, leaving an estimated $30,000 in damage. A landlord filled two dumpsters after his former tenants — and their livestock — were evicted from his Kingston home.
"30.11.2016 14:00:04" cbc.ca Romney praises Trump after 'wonderful evening' discussing world affairs Republican Mitt Romney made an impassioned statement in support of President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday to try to erase doubts about him among Trump's supporters and remain in contention for U.S. secretary of state. Romney was a fierce critic of the president-elect during the Republican presidential primary battle, calling Trump a "fraud."
"30.11.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca Your Air Miles might not expire — Ontario bill to protect points nears final vote An Ontario bill to ban expiry dates for loyalty programs could spread across the country, a rewards expert says. If passed, the Protecting Rewards Points Act, would make it illegal for programs like Air Miles to expire customers' points. Your expiring Air Miles points could be protected — if you live in Ontario.
"30.11.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca 3 things to watch for after the Trans Mountain pipeline approval Ottawa has approved Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline, but an approval does not mean bulldozers are being fired up. There is a distance to go before oil will flow. The pipeline will face opposition from B.C. and First Nations.
"30.11.2016 12:30:22" cbc.ca 'Who has the party is the ruler': Castro family's hold on Cuba's Communist Party will last beyond transition Vice-president Miguel Diaz-Canel represents the next generation of Communist Party leaders in Cuba, but Raul Castro's influence could still loom, in addition to that of members of the extended Castro family, CBC's Evan Dyer reports from Havana. Fidel is dead. Raul is stepping down. But the Castros could cast a long shadow on Cuba's future.
"30.11.2016 12:00:49" newsinteractives.cbc.ca Kept in the dark The story behind the kidnapping of Canadians John Ridsdel and Robert Hall This spring, Philippine militants killed John Ridsdel and Robert Hall. Their families now wonder why our government couldn't do more to stop it.
"30.11.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca Fiat heir arrested for falsely claiming he'd been kidnapped Lapo Elkann, grandson of late Fiat patriarch Gianni Agnelli, is facing charges in New York for falsely reporting he had been kidnapped. The 39-year-old claimed he was held against his will in an apartment in New York.
"30.11.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca B.C. artist makes life-size art from driftwood on beaches When Alex Witcombe decided to make a raptor from driftwood, he never thought it would get so much attention. Witcombe starts with an idea then basically lets "the wood do the talking."
"30.11.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Low pay, part-time work: Canada's job quality sliding, CIBC finds The quality of employment in Canada is falling, according to a report from CIBC, with more low-paid jobs and those earning less than the average wage falling further behind. Canadian households are more fragile in the face of economic shocks.
"30.11.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Carfentanil detected for 1st time in B.C. drug overdose death The highly toxic opioid carfentanil has been detected for the first time in a drug overdose death in B.C., according to the provincial coroner. "Unfortunately, we suspect this death won't be the last."
"30.11.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Injury saves player from plane crash carrying Brazil's soccer team Alejandro Martinuccio's years of aggravating injuries have given him something to be grateful for today — his life. The 28-year-old forward for Brazil's Chapecoense soccer club had been sidelined due to leg trouble, and wasn't able to play in the scheduled match in Colombia.
"30.11.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca 2 Washington veterans and former Wall Street executive chosen for Health, Transportation and Treasury President-elect Donald Trump is tapping a trio of nominees with deep ties to Washington and Wall Street to fill out his cabinet, including former Goldman Sachs executive Steven Mnuchin as treasury secretary. Former Goldman Sachs executive Steven Mnuchin is expected to be announced as Donald Trump's treasury secretary.
"30.11.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Violence breaks out in Haiti as losing candidates reject presidential vote results Violent protests erupted in Haiti on Tuesday as losing candidates rejected the preliminary results of an election. "We need to act and fight until the end."
"30.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca For Trudeau and Trans Mountain, it could be all over but the shouting The act of approving a pipeline is relatively simple. It's merely everything else about the extraction and transportation of oil in the 21st century that's complicated. Approving two pipelines was the easy part for the prime minister — now come the protests.
"30.11.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca How the internet came together to find a sippy cup for autistic teen A British father who needed a specific type of sippy cup for his autistic son takes his request to Twitter. For Ben Carter, a 14-year-old in the U.K., it's much more than a cup. It's the cup — the only cup he has used for the majority of his life.
"30.11.2016 03:01:21" Alberta Williams: The Taxi Driver Who killed Alberta Williams? This week, we travel the Highway of Tears, trying to understand Alberta Williams's final hours: http://www.cbc.ca/missingandmurdered/podcast
"30.11.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Carleton University computers being held hostage for bitcoin Students at Carleton University are being warned that some of its computers have been infected by ransomware. Yikes Ravens!
"30.11.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Nenshi defends $80,000 Disney training session CBC News reported yesterday that the city spent $80,000 on a one-day training course put on by the Disney Institute. As far as Mayor Naheed Nenshi is concerned, it was money well spent. As far as Mayor Naheed Nenshi is concerned, it was "money well spent."
"30.11.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Trump campaign guru Kellyanne Conway to tour Alberta oilsands, speak to Calgary business leaders The woman who managed Donald Trump's successful U.S. presidential campaign is coming to Alberta to tour oilsands and speak to business leaders just days before his inauguration. Trump's win earlier this month has renewed hope among some in the oilpatch that the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
"30.11.2016 00:30:01" cbc.ca Pirelli's star-studded 2017 calendar 'a cry against the terror of perfection' Taking another bold step away from risqué shots and nude models, Pirelli unveiled the 2017 edition of its famed calendar, featuring Peter Lindbergh's take on natural beauty and starring some of the world's best known actresses. Following the success of last year's calendar, the Italian tire manufacturer is back with a pared down look at natural beauty.
"30.11.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Toronto police arrest Russian daredevil over dangerous rooftop stunts A well-known 'urban explorer' was arrested in Toronto after filming a series of dangerous stunts on a downtown rooftop. He has filmed similar death-defying stunts in Dubai and Hong Kong.
"29.11.2016 23:32:15" Notley on pipeline decisions Alberta Premier Rachel Notley weighs in on the federal government's pipeline decisions.
More here: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3872828
"29.11.2016 23:30:01" cbc.ca Trans Mountain pipeline approval 'beginning of long battle' vows B.C. First Nation The Tsleil-Waututh First Nation says the government's approval today of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is "the beginning of a long battle." "This is not just our backyard, this is literally in our kitchen."
"29.11.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca Great Barrier Reef sees record coral bleaching A new report has confirmed the largest die-off of coral along Australia's Great Barrier Reef. The worst affected is 700 kilometres long.
"29.11.2016 23:00:00" The National for Tuesday, Nov. 29. The National for Tuesday, Nov. 29.
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"29.11.2016 23:00:00" The National for Tuesday, Nov. 29. The National for Tuesday, Nov. 29.
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"29.11.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Baseball bat with knives taped to it, drugs, cash seized in N.L. bust Four people have been charged in a bust on Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula, after police seized about $750,000 worth of drugs. An odd weapon mixed in with some far more dangerous ones.
"29.11.2016 22:06:57" cbc.ca Trudeau cabinet approves Trans Mountain, Line 3 pipelines, rejects Northern Gateway Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet colleagues have signed off on two major pipelines, projects that will pump nearly a million more barrels of oil a day. BREAKING.
"29.11.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Son charged with 1st-degree murder after parents found dead outside Ottawa home A former Ottawa Citizen reporter and his wife were found dead in the backyard of their Ottawa home on Monday night. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson said that he was saddened by the news.
"29.11.2016 21:47:27" Trudeau reveals pipeline decisions Trudeau cabinet approves Trans Mountain, Line 3 pipelines, rejects Northern Gateway.
The latest on the decisions: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3872828
"29.11.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Transport Canada needs reform to detect safety issues more quickly, auditor says Transport Canada has an out-of-date regulatory framework that fails to respond quickly to safety risks or stay current with safety issues being investigated by manufacturers in their own vehicles, Canada's Auditor General reports. Transport Canada's records of accidents involving motor vehicles are incomplete, among other issues.
"29.11.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca North Dakota to block supplies from entering Standing Rock camp North Dakota law enforcement will begin to prevent supplies from reaching demonstrators at a camp near the construction site of an oil pipeline project. The move is to try and force people to vacate the area, officials said on Tuesday.
"29.11.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca Pilot killed in CF-18 crash was 10-year veteran, engaged to be married The Canadian Forces pilot killed in Monday's fatal fighter jet crash near Cold Lake, Alta., was a 10-year veteran flying a routine training mission. "I can tell you first-hand how much of an incredible person he was, and he was dedicated to the service of Canada."
"29.11.2016 20:00:54" Holiday Spending Q + A Q + A: On The Money host Peter Armstrong is taking your questions about holiday spending with financial writer Kerry Taylor. ASK YOUR QUESTIONS IN THE COMMENTS.
"29.11.2016 20:00:01" cbc.ca Montreal police indifferent to catnapping, Blacky's owners complain Robert Bernabei, who lives in Montreal's Villeray neighbourhood, filed a report and brought footage from his security camera to police, but he says they didn't spend enough time pursuing his case. When someone files a stolen pet report with Montreal police it's classified as a theft under $5,000. There were 27,000 of those reports in 2015.
"29.11.2016 19:30:01" cbc.ca Shell executive says Canada should stick with carbon tax Even if the United States doesn't introduce its own carbon tax, the head of Shell Canada says this country should push forward with its plans. "We should stick to our values as Canadians to do something to protect the environment."
"29.11.2016 19:00:01" cbc.ca Moonlight wins best feature, screenplay, ensemble at Gotham Awards The Gotham Independent Film Awards showered honours on Barry Jenkins' coming-of-age drama Moonlight and kicked off the movie industry's awards season with a drumbeat of speeches that rejected the politics of Donald Trump. The best feature winner got a glowing review from CBC's Eli Glasner.
"29.11.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Newfoundland mayor talked fishery, politics with Fidel Castro A Newfoundland mayor recalls talking politics with former Cuban President over fish at the airport in Gander. "It was a courtesy thing, you know," says former Gander mayor Claude Elliott on his one-time dinner with Fidel Castro.
"29.11.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Gävle 'a city in sorrow' after giant Christmas goat goes up in flames, again On Nov. 27, the 2016 Gävle goat was burned to the ground just hours after a party in its honour. Gävle goat spokesperson Maria Wallberg says she hopes another straw goat will be built before Christmas. Every year, a giant straw goat appears in the town square in Gävle, Sweden. And almost every year, someone sets it on fire.
"29.11.2016 17:30:01" cbc.ca 'We were treated like lab rats': Vets blame psychological problems on malaria drug A local police officer and former Canadian soldier is speaking out about the anti-malaria drug mefloquine. "It was never a question of having a choice to take it or not to take it."
"29.11.2016 17:00:00" The saddest cat on the internet BenBen the cat might be the saddest cat on the internet: www.cbc.ca/1.3868921
"29.11.2016 16:30:02" cbc.ca Intrepid Japanese adventurer, 20, sleeps outdoors and rides his bike in the Arctic Satoru Yamada isn't your typical 20-year-old: he's currently sleeping under the skies in the Arctic hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk after a two-year journey. "I just wanted to see the world."
"29.11.2016 16:16:57" Officials update on CF-18 crash LIVE: Officials give update into cause of CF-18 crash. The pilot died near Cold Lake, Alta.
"29.11.2016 16:00:02" cbc.ca 'Nickelback in the cruiser': new penalty awaits some drunk drivers in P.E.I. Police in Kensington, P.E.I., are threatening to play a cassette of Nickelback's Silver Side Up to anyone caught drinking and driving. "You don't drink and drive and we won't make you listen to it."
"29.11.2016 15:30:01" cbc.ca Trudeau's glossing-over of Castro's brutal dictatorship is 'sunny ways' on steroids: Opinion The Liberal government has made a habit of taking strong positions on easy issues and dousing itself in platitudes when things get grey. The inconvenient thing about a "sunny ways" approach to politics, however, is that not everything looks good under the light, says Robyn Urback.
"29.11.2016 15:00:02" cbc.ca Atlantic Pilotage Authority sharply criticized by auditor general A money-losing Crown corporation has promised to clean up its act after a highly critical review by Auditor General Michael Ferguson's office, CBC News has learned. This is one of the few cases where a Crown corporation has essentially failed a special examination.
"29.11.2016 14:30:01" cbc.ca "Downturn in economy is just too much": Templeton cousins liquidate historic store The two Templeton cousins who own and operate the downtown St. John's shop bearing their family name can't blame the store's closure on one thing in particular. Templeton's in St. John's has been around since 1863.
"29.11.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca California dreaming: Why 'Calexit' after Trump win probably won't happen Some Californians are having fun thinking about the possibility of secession from the United States after Donald Trump's presidential victory. Secession would require a difficult amendment to the U.S. constitution.
"29.11.2016 13:30:02" cbc.ca 'I don't want to depend on the government': 1st wave of Syrian refugees prepares to go it alone A year after arriving in Canada, the first wave of resettled Syrian refugees is about to face a whole new round of challenges. "I'm very thankful to the government for providing for me, but I really want to work."
"29.11.2016 13:11:13" cbc.ca Neither OPEC nor Trump is likely to reduce world glut of oil: Don Pittis OPEC has been struggling to raise prices by limiting supply. President-elect Donald Trump's energy policies could boost consumption. Fixing prices will only mean that the price fixers lose market share.
"29.11.2016 12:34:00" cbc.ca On Fidel Castro, Justin Trudeau sounds like his father's son Justin Trudeau's statement about former Cuban president Fidel Castro reads differently if viewed as a note about the death of a family friend: a short message on the passing of Uncle Fidel. But Castro wasn't merely a pal of Justin Trudeau's dad. And In skipping Castro's funeral, Trudeau seems to have taken the more careful approach of a world leader, says Aaron Wherry.
"29.11.2016 11:30:01" cbc.ca Adam Capay heads to court after 4 years in solitary Adam Capay, the 24-year-old First Nations man who has spent more than four years in solitary confinement, is scheduled for a court appearance on Monday. "We've had people in there for over a year. It's a regular thing for us."
"29.11.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Why 'fitness is something we should be measuring' at the doctor's office Doctors should assess and discuss the cardiorespiratory fitness of adults during routine visits, the American Heart Association advises. About 80 to 85 per cent of Canadians don't meet physical activity guidelines.
"29.11.2016 10:00:02" cbc.ca With François Fillon, France's centre-right party moves further right France's centre-right party Les Républicains abandons the centre to elect free market, social conservative candidate François Fillon as party leader and presidential hopeful. François Fillon captured 66.5 per cent of the party vote.
"29.11.2016 09:46:02" cbc.ca 76 killed as plane carrying Brazilian soccer club crashes in Colombia Colombia officials just confirmed the death toll from the crash that occurred after 10 p.m. local time.
"29.11.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Mint employee who smuggled $165K worth of gold in his rectum plans to pay it back A former Royal Canadian Mint employee who smuggled $165,000 worth of gold in his rectum over several months is making efforts to pay it back, court heard Monday. He says he'll pay it all back.
"29.11.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Snow offers welcome escape from Vancouver's non-stop rain Weary over Vancouver's endless grey weather? Snow offers a welcome escape. It's heaven for skiers and snowboarders.
"29.11.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Trying to trade in stolen car lands Edmonton family in jail Tammy Carifelle, her husband and her son spent hours in jail after they tried to trade in a car they bought on Kijiji. It was stolen. The family of three ended up temporarily behind bars after buying a car online.
"29.11.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Uber plans to relaunch in Calgary by early December after city adopts new bylaw At the same time Monday, council also voted to release 222 more taxi plates to augment the city's existing fleet of 1,659 licensed taxis. The company says it expects to bring its ride-hailing service back to Calgary within weeks.
"29.11.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca 'I was taken advantage of': More Gallery of Fine Cars customers come forward with complaints More people in Calgary have come forward with complaints against the Gallery of Fine Cars, alleging the used-car dealer misled them. "Every time I drive it I'm scared."
"29.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca 5,000 dead fish on ice create social media storm for Japan amusement park About 5,000 dead fish packed in the ice at a skating rink in western Japan are causing an uproar. Turns out people don't like the idea of a frozen aquarium.
"29.11.2016 04:30:00" cbc.ca 'Put an end' to private MRIs, federal health minister tells Saskatchewan Canada's health minister has "significant concerns" with Saskatchewan's buy one, get one policy for diagnostic scans such as MRIs. Instead, she wants the province to ensure MRIs and CT scans are available as quickly as possible.
"29.11.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Senate committee sets up political hurdles to UN peacekeeping mission A Senate committee is demanding the Trudeau government consult Parliament and establish an end-date for participation in an African UN peacekeeping mission. Senators are demanding the Liberal government seek the approval of Parliament before a deployment takes place.
"29.11.2016 03:30:00" cbc.ca Province may offer hydro customers 'flexible' rate plans Ontario will change the way it buys electricity so it doesn't focus on wind, solar or any specific technology, and is looking at more flexible billing plans for hydro consumers. Premier Kathleen Wynne recently admitted she made a mistake by not recognizing the impact of her government's energy policies.
"29.11.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca Nova Scotia teachers announce work-to-rule job action starting Dec. 5 Unionized public school teachers in Nova Scotia will begin work-to-rule job action next week. 9,300 teachers will only do the minimum amount of work required by their contract.
"29.11.2016 02:30:00" Saving Manno After years living in a zoo in northern Iraq, Manno is on his way to a sanctuary in Kenya: www.cbc.ca/1.3871705
"29.11.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Trump is wrong about 'millions' of illegal voters, but he might be right about a recount Donald Trump, who falsely claimed that "millions" of illegal voters robbed him of a victory in the national popular vote, may be right about one thing. "We are getting attacked for participating in a recount that we didn't ask for by the man who won [the] election but thinks there was massive fraud."
"29.11.2016 01:30:02" cbc.ca 'He loves them': Special e-specs give blind boy a new lease on life A blind boy from Selkirk, Man. is getting a new outlook on life thanks to a pair of special e-glasses. The boy and his brother are living with a rare disease called Leber congenital amaurosis.
"29.11.2016 01:00:00" Canada's oldest swimmer Alfred Schulhof, 97, has decided to retire from the pool after one final race: www.cbc.ca/1.3866145
"29.11.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca U.S. Army Corps won't forcibly remove Dakota Access pipeline protesters The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won't forcibly remove people from a massive camp used by those opposed to the Dakota Access pipeline. More than 500 people have been arrested in demonstrations since the summer.
"29.11.2016 00:00:01" cbc.ca Cause of death of 2 Vancouver Aquarium belugas remains a mystery An unknown virus or toxin is likely responsible for the death of Aurora the beluga whale and her calf says Vancouver Aquarium officials. The culprit may be a hidden virus or toxin.
"28.11.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Amazon's move to brick-and-mortar could cause a wave of 'Offline 2.0': Opinion From the outside, Amazon's new stores don't appear all that different from Indigo other big book retailers. But don't let the appearance fool you. The future of retail could be actual stores.
"28.11.2016 23:00:01" cbc.ca San Francisco transit system hijacked by ransomware attack Over the weekend, users of San Francisco's Muni transit system were treated to a free ride when hackers took down their ticketing system. Before this, ransomware hijacked a hospital. Now it's transit.
"28.11.2016 23:00:00" The National for Monday, Nov. 28 The National for Monday, Nov. 28
"28.11.2016 22:30:00" A dressing room at Canada Post? What do you think of this idea?
"28.11.2016 22:00:01" cbc.ca Carly Rae Jepsen to headline New Year's Eve celebrations on Parliament Hill Parliament Hill will be ringing in the new year — which just happens to be Canada's 150th birthday — with fireworks, Olympic athletes and a noted Canadian singer. Jepsen will close out the night, followed by the New Year's Eve countdown to 2017.
"28.11.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca The 'post-truth' president flattens fact-obsessed media: Opinion Trump brilliantly recognized and owned post-truthism long ago, while other politicians were still stupidly issuing concocted fact-checks Mainstream journalists were simply not prepared for a movement that, faced with a fact, simply announces it's not true, says Neil Macdonald.
"28.11.2016 21:11:52" cbc.ca CBC asks for $400M to go ad-free Two-thirds of the ad revenue given up by the CBC, the proposal argues, "would migrate to other Canadian media, including private TV and digital, for a net gain to them of $158M." It would equal an investment of $46 per Canadian every year — up from the current $34 per Canadian CBC currently receives.
"28.11.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Don't get complacent on mortgages, banks warned Canada's banking regulator warned lenders Monday not to become complacent about the way they underwrite mortgages, reminding them that low interest rates and rising property values aren't guaranteed. Earlier this month, TD Bank and Royal Bank of Canada increased their fixed mortgage rates.
"28.11.2016 20:28:40" cbc.ca Pilot dies in CF-18 crash near Cold Lake, Alta. A CF-18 pilot died Monday when a fighter jet crashed just after 11 a.m. Monday near Cold Lake, Alta. BREAKING
"28.11.2016 20:00:01" cbc.ca Syria government forces capture key Aleppo district Syrian state media is reporting that government forces have captured the eastern Aleppo neighbourhood of Sakhour, putting much of the northern part of Aleppo's besieged rebel-held areas under state control. "It is the biggest defeat for the opposition in Aleppo since 2012."
"28.11.2016 20:00:00" The National for Monday, Nov. 28 The National for Monday, Nov. 28
"28.11.2016 20:00:00" The National for Monday, Nov. 28 The National for Monday, Nov. 28
"28.11.2016 19:30:02" cbc.ca Holocaust motifs 'not for parties, not for dance:' outrage over Russian skating show routine An Olympic ice-dancing gold medallist and her on-ice partner have caused controversy by dressing up in concentration camp uniforms for a dance routine on a popular television show. It was an ice show based on the film Life is Beautiful.
"28.11.2016 19:00:01" cbc.ca 3 self-driving cars hit Ontario roads under new pilot The first automated vehicles are now operating on Ontario roads through a pilot project involving cars developed by the University of Waterloo, the Erwin Hymer Group and BlackBerry QNX. It's hoped the project will help to build innovation in the province.
"28.11.2016 18:30:01" cbc.ca Delay kids' contact in martial arts, U.S. pediatricians advise Perhaps there's a black belt in your child's future. But for safety's sake, kids should only engage in noncontact forms of martial arts, a new American Academy of Pediatrics report says. Mixed martial arts carry a higher risk of concussion, suffocation, spine damage, and other injuries.
"28.11.2016 18:00:01" cbc.ca Shoppers spread out their online shopping, leaving Cyber Monday a non-event Stores are releasing internet deals earlier, stretching them through the week, as well as making them available in stores and that's left Cyber Monday as a less important date. With deals throughout the week, the Monday doesn't matter.
"28.11.2016 17:30:02" cbc.ca 960 military members reported sexual assault in the last year, StatsCan survey finds A Statistics Canada survey on sexual misconduct in the military has found 960 regular force military members reported they were sexually assaulted. Gen. Jonathan Vance calls report on sex assaults in military "regrettably sobering."
"28.11.2016 17:30:01" cbc.ca Delay kids' contact in martial arts, U.S. pediatricians advise Perhaps there's a black belt in your child's future. But for safety's sake, kids should only engage in noncontact forms of martial arts, a new American Academy of Pediatrics report says. Maybe avoid mixed martial arts.
"28.11.2016 17:00:45" PM grilled about statement on Castro Trudeau says Fidel Castro was a dictator: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3869851
"28.11.2016 16:30:01" cbc.ca Trudeau's Castro comments send mixed message on human rights At the beginning of his first official trip to Africa, Justin Trudeau's message on human rights seemed to be taking hold. Canadians are left reconciling Trudeau's efforts to be a human rights defender with his expressions of admiration for a dictator, says Catherine Cullen.
"28.11.2016 16:00:08" cbc.ca Bell Aliant wants $5.5K to hook a Branch family up to home phone and internet A family in Branch, N.L., doesn't have access to 911 emergency services because they can't afford the connection fee for Bell Aliant. "What if something happened to myself or my daughter, if there was an emergency?"
"28.11.2016 15:57:20" cbc.ca Ohio State University reports active shooter on campus Ohio State University sent a series of tweets Monday morning warning of an active shooter on campus, telling students to shelter in place and to "Run Hide Fight." BREAKING: Active shooting reported at Ohio State University. 9 people have been taken to hospital.
"28.11.2016 15:30:01" cbc.ca Paul Nuttall named leader of pro-Brexit UKIP Britain's populist U.K. Independence Party chooses European Parliament member Paul Nuttall as leader to replace the charismatic but divisive Nigel Farage. Nuttall beat two other contenders in a contest to head the right-wing Euroskeptic party.
"28.11.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Why 'they' matters: Opinion When a person refuses to use someone's stated pronoun, it translates to the following: I don't respect you. I know better than you, you do not exist, you only exist on my terms, I tell you who you are. Respecting people's stated pronouns – though it may seem foreign at first – is a powerful act of respect and inclusion.
"28.11.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca Castro supporters prepare to pay respects in 'weirdly quiet' Havana Aziel is a Cuban cab driver, fiercely patriotic, and an unapologetic defender of Fidel Castro whom he says was one of the best presidents in the world. The 1959 revolution is still a source of great pride in Cuba, particularly for those alive during the battle.
"28.11.2016 14:00:03" cbc.ca Storing greenhouse gases can work and in some cases carbon pricing could make it pay: Don Pittis As business leaders throw support behind carbon pricing, carbon capture and storage has now proven itself as an essential technology that works. Carbon capture and storage is flawed, but it's one of few solutions available.
"28.11.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca Fraud victim has 'brutal' 3-year battle with Walmart and Equifax over damaged credit When thieves applied for a Walmart MasterCard under Olga Milman's name and racked up $1,500 in charges, police determined it was a clear case of fraud. "I don't understand why this would take years."
"28.11.2016 13:00:01" cbc.ca The Canadian government doesn't want hackers' help The U.S. Department of Defence is encouraging well-intentioned hackers to look for flaws in its computer systems. Meanwhile, the Canadian government's stance on bug hunters remains unclear. "My advice to anyone who finds a flaw in a government website at this time would be to forget they ever saw it."
"28.11.2016 12:34:01" cbc.ca The world according to Kim: Inside North Korea's efforts to keep the world out North Korea goes to extreme lengths to control what its people see and think about the outside world. The world according to Kim Jong-un's regime is defined as much by what's said, as it is by what isn't said.
"28.11.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca 'Digital protest': Trump Towers renamed 'Dump Tower' on Google Maps For a short time the Trump Towers had a new name in Vancouver, B.C., and Manhattan, N.Y. "We'll continue to see people protest and this won't go away unless Donald Trump doesn't do what he says he's going to do."
"28.11.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca Closing coal and hairless cats: The Marketplace consumer cheat sheet If you've been too busy this week to keep up with health and consumer news, CBC's Marketplace is here to help. Plus a sold-out robot bird that hatches from an egg.
"28.11.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca The game in photos: Stampeders, Redblacks clash in 104th Grey Cup The Ottawa Redblacks pulled off one of the biggest upsets in Grey Cup history, defeating the Calgary Stampeders 39-33 in overtime. Relive the twists and turns of this year's Grey Cup ... in photos!
"28.11.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Halifax's Chronicle Herald says it's not trying to bust the union of striking journalists The Chronicle Herald is Canada's oldest independently owned newspaper, but it no longer has its most experienced staff writing articles. The strike has gone on for 10 months now.
"28.11.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Actress sought for role of Anne in P.E.I. musical Anne of Green Gables There will be a new Anne of Green Gables on stage at the Confederation Centre next summer. Must be a raspberry cordial fan.
"28.11.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Glow-in-the-dark rope could be a high-seas lifesaver Matthew Moore, who has spent a lifetime sailing Nova Scotia's waters, has come up with a life-saving rope that glows in the dark. It's dubbed the night-saver.
"28.11.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Freedom Mobile faces uphill battle, industry experts say The company formerly known as Wind Mobile starts rolling out its new high-speed wireless network in Toronto and Vancouver on Sunday, but some industry watchers say the rebranded Freedom Mobile is unlikely to make a big difference immediately. Freedom? Maybe not just yet.
"28.11.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Fidel Castro welcomed by crowds, shunned by politicians during 1959 Montreal visit The Montreal visit, tacked on to the end of a U.S. tour, took place only four months after Fidel Castro overthrew Fulgencio Batista to ascend to power. "He was the biggest star in the world at that moment."
"28.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca B.C.'s Morgane Oger first transgender woman to be nominated by major party She became the first transgender person to be nominated by a major political party as a candidate at any level of government in Canada. Oger will now try to win the riding of Vancouver-False Creek during B.C.'s provincial election in May.
"28.11.2016 04:47:22" cbc.ca Trump alleges, without evidence, that millions voted illegally for Clinton U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said without evidence in a tweet on Sunday that he won the popular vote in the Nov. 8 election. "In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally," he said.
"28.11.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Musher threatens legal action over upcoming release of Sled Dogs doc B.C.'s sled dog handlers are 'sick' over a soon-to-air film — Sled Dogs — touted to be the 'Blackfish' of the sled dog industry. "It's in your best interest to have happy, well-socialized sled dogs that love you. They are not little machines."
"28.11.2016 03:23:06" cbc.ca Redblacks pull off huge upset to win 104th Grey Cup in OT The Ottawa Redblacks pulled off one of the biggest upsets in Grey Cup history, defeating the Calgary Stampeders 39-33 in overtime. BREAKING.
"28.11.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca Saskatoon Blades coach hopes no-cellphone rule will improve team's performance Saskatoon Blades players have been banned from using cellphones at the rink under a new policy aimed at improving the team's performance. Players now have to hand over their cellphones at the coach's office upon arriving at the rink before games or practices.
"28.11.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Trump's election win puts U.S. refugee plans in limbo With Donald Trump taking office in late January, plans for U.S. cities that have agreed to take in people fleeing the civil war have been thrown into question, given the incoming president's hostility to Muslim immigrants. In the fiscal year that just ended, the Obama administration screened and admitted nearly 12,600 Syrian refugees, who were resettled in cities and towns across the U.S.
"28.11.2016 02:00:09" The National for Sunday, Nov. 27 This is The National for Sunday, November 27, 2016.
"28.11.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca 'A high state of distress': Veterans in N.L. fear stricter medical marijuana limits The head of the provincial chapter of Marijuana for Trauma says new federal regulations to scale back marijuana coverage for veterans are a bad idea. "They're not stoned, they're medicated."
"28.11.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Key players in the corruption trial of former Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum Over the course of seven days of testimony, the corruption trial of Montreal's former mayor heard from engineers, real estate entrepreneurs and a bureaucrat. Through it all, Applebaum has maintained his innocence.
"28.11.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca The world according to Kim: Inside North Korea's efforts to keep the world out North Korea goes to extreme lengths to control what its people see and think about the outside world. An inside look at the most cloistered country on Earth.
"28.11.2016 00:15:58" cbc.ca Live blog: Calgary Stampeders, Ottawa Redblacks face off in Grey Cup There was drama over the status of Ottawa quarterback Henry Burris immediately prior to Sunday's Grey Cup. Here's another way to follow the game.
"28.11.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Montreal concert linked to far right cancelled after protest The Montreal performance of Graveland, a controversial Polish death metal band, was cancelled after a protest on Saturday. Organizers said they were forced to cancel for "security reasons."
"27.11.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Much of Nova Scotia under weather warnings as winter storm hits province A mix of messy weather is causing travel disruptions and wind and snow warnings remain in effect for the central and northern part of the province. Snowva Scotia strikes again.
"27.11.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca Slain Stampeder's mom will bring his spirit to Grey Cup game Renee Hill says she knows her late son, Mylan Hicks, is playing a part in the Calgary Stampeders' Grey Cup run despite not being with the team. Hill will attend Sunday's game with her family and Hicks' friends. "I've seen Mylan win championships before and I know how he responds. A big cheer. It moved walls. He just had that type of energy."
"27.11.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Fillon wins French conservative ticket for president, partial results show François Fillon, a socially conservative free-marketer, is to be the presidential candidate of the French centre-right. He will likely take on far-right leader Marine Le Pen in next year's election.
"27.11.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Stampeders not a lock to gallop away with Grey Cup victory Here's what everybody is predicting around now for the 104th Grey Cup, where all the seats will likely be filled but not all of them sold. Game on!
"27.11.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Never forgotten: Rally honours missing and murdered Indigenous women A small group gathered in Leduc on Saturday, clutching posters of the five Indigenous women whose remains were found within an eight-kilometre radius. "I'm broken today and it's like it just happened yesterday."
"27.11.2016 21:00:01" cbc.ca Underground chemist says police losing fentanyl battle A B.C. drug producer known as Beeker opens up about the unstoppable force of fentanyl, and how underground chemists try to stay one step ahead of the police. The subject of a new documentary on the opioid epidemic says fentanyl is already being replaced by "more profitable" drugs.
"27.11.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca 'Aleppo is going to die:' Syrian army advances into rebel-held parts of the city Syrian government forces advanced deep into eastern Aleppo on Sunday amid a swift collapse of rebel defences inside the divided northern city, threatening to cleave the opposition's enclave between its northern and southern parts. The latest advance by government forces into eastern Aleppo threatens to split what rebel defences remain in two.
"27.11.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca A former toilet paper factory that 1,574 refugees call home For almost a year the Greek government has been transforming empty factories and industrial lots into tent villages housing some the country's approximately 60,000 refugees and migrants. The Softex refugee camp is just one of the former industrial lots the Greek government has repurposed into a camp.
"27.11.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca Punk music memorabilia burned in London Don't get nostalgic about punk music — and if you do, don't go collecting memorabilia from the glory days of the Sex Pistols. Never mind the memorabilia.
"27.11.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca The acid attack survivor who became a comic book superhero Each year hundreds of girls and women around the world become the victims of gender-based acid attacks. It's the focus of a new comic book, Priya's Mirror. Inspired by the true story of acid attack survivor Monica Singh, the comic aims to raise awareness Priya's Mirror is a sequel to a hugely successful graphic novel taking on the stigma linked to being an acid-attack survivor.
"27.11.2016 18:00:01" cbc.ca Reporter for BBC, Voice of America detained in Turkey A BBC and Voice of America reporter has been detained amid Turkey's sweeping crackdown following this summer's failed coup. Hatice Kamer was detained amid Turkey's sweeping crackdown following this summer's failed coup.
"27.11.2016 17:30:00" Tiny Tito celebrates 1st birthday Thomas Thériault's parents want to raise $50,000 for Zellweger syndrome research: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3867576
"27.11.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca Asked if Fidel Castro was a dictator, Trudeau says yes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Fidel Castro was a dictator and he did not intend to minimize the former Cuban leader's human rights abuses. The prime minister came under fire for calling Castro "a remarkable leader" and family friend.
"27.11.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca How to cut down your TV, phone and internet bills in perfectly legal ways There are a growing number of choices out there including smaller competitors and online alternatives that could help you save you big money on all your telco bills. Here's five totally legit ways to save.
"27.11.2016 16:00:34" cbc.ca Why your winter boots may not keep you upright on ice A Toronto research lap has tested easily available winter boots for walking on ice and wet ice. Most of them failed to keep the testers standing. Before you step outdoors this winter, consider what's on your feet.
"27.11.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca 'It was very hard': Learning English a big struggle for Syrian refugees Members of the established Syrian diaspora in Canada are trying to bridge the gap between the wait for language services and demands on the ground from refugees who have arrived in Canada over the past year. Feeling frustrated and scared is just part of what many Syrians describe as the newcomer experience in Canada.
"27.11.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca 'Scared and extremely angry': Turkey's new political state of mind since failed coup What's behind the sweeping crackdown in Turkey after this summer's deadly attempted coup? Is it pragmatism, paranoia or a power grab? And when might it end? Roundups, detentions and arrests are part of the pattern of daily life after July's attempted coup.
"27.11.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca The CFL needs to stop trying to be NFL-lite. Here's how it can do it: Dave Bidini End to the national anthems, throw its support behind Black Lives Matter and honour nurses, firefighters and social workers, along with the military. Before the Stampeders take on the Redblacks in Sunday night's Grey Cup, here's Dave Bidini with his two cents on the CFL vs. NFL debate.
"27.11.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca With Trump in and Castro gone, Cubans wonder what the future holds The death of Fidel Castro has added to worries among Cubans that U.S. president-elect Donald Trump will slam the door shut on nascent trade and travel ties, undoing two years of detente between the estranged neighbours. Castro's death has some Cubans worried that the U.S. president-elect will undo two years of detente between the estranged neighbours.
"27.11.2016 13:00:01" cbc.ca Toronto police reveal extremism prevention plan in operation for more than 2 years Police in Toronto are lifting the curtain on an extremism prevention program that has been quietly operating in the city for more than two years. It's not the first time a deradicalization program has been floated in Toronto, but it is the city's first police-led initiative.
"27.11.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Science explains what made the Boston Molasses Flood of 1919 so deadly In January 1919, an enormous tank of molasses spilled onto the streets of Boston killing 21 people. Imagine. Waves of sweet, sticky brown liquid crashing through the streets. (via CBC As It Happens)
"27.11.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca How Fidel Castro was portrayed on screen Fidel Castro has been depicted through the decades as an enlightened revolutionary at times and an autocratic dictator at others — immortalizing the divisive figure he represented in real life. From Che to Dear Fidel.
"27.11.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca France to vote for conservative presidential candidate likely to face far-right's Le Pen Former prime ministers François Fillon and Alain Juppé go head-to-head on Sunday in a runoff vote for France's centre-right presidential nomination. Who can it be now?
"27.11.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca The week in commentary: How much for dinner with the prime minister?: Opinion There's no problem with cash-for-access events until you realize the ticket price is double your rent. Plus Trudeau dabs. All this and more inside this week's commentary roundup.
"27.11.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Ontario MPP Randy Hillier sidesteps questions about retweet of 'dehumanized' NDP leader photo Conservative MPP Randy Hillier was side-stepping questions on Saturday after he shared a tweet about NDP Leader Andrew Horwath. Hillier's retweet has since been deleted.
"27.11.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Jamaican beef patties recalled over E. coli Several recalled products from Markham-based Michidean Limited were sold throughout Southern Ontario. You probably shouldn't eat these.
"27.11.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca Despite Trump win, environment minister insists Ottawa will stick with climate change plans While U.S. president-elect Donald Trump says he's keeping "an open mind" on climate change, Canada is forging ahead with its plans. The feds plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and put a price on carbon.
"27.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Building pipelines will pay off, says former Bank of Canada governor Business leaders say constructing new oil pipelines will benefit all Canadians and provide better value from Canada's energy resources. "I'm not sure Canadians really understand the financial benefits," David Dodge said.
"27.11.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca 'Worried to work': Fellow cab driver shares safety fears after Regina stabbing A fellow cab driver said he fears for his own safety after a 31-year-old newcomer cab driver to Regina suffered multiple stab wounds Thursday night. "His wife has just been crying. She can't understand what happened, why it happened."
"27.11.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca 1st-ever LGBTQ Grey Cup party sells out in Toronto Former CFL all-star Jon Cornish carried the Grey Cup into Striker Sports Bar in Toronto on Friday. "This is an opportunity to show people the CFL is an all-inclusive league. It's a place that people can come out and be who they are."
"27.11.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca American photojournalist shares residential school story in striking survivor portraits A celebrated photojournalist has released a collection of striking images that tell the stories of residential school survivors in Saskatchewan. "I'd never heard of residential school before ... it's not commonly taught in American history curriculum."
"27.11.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Sask. First Nations chiefs enraged over letter saying Husky stopping oil spill compensation First Nations leaders in Saskatchewan are furious over a letter they received from Husky Energy saying the company won't be providing any more compensation. The spill happened last July.
"27.11.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Former Manitoba marriage commissioner loses battle to opt out of performing same-sex weddings The court has ruled against a former Manitoba marriage commissioner's claims that the province's requirement to perform same-sex marriages violates his freedom. All commissioners in Manitoba are required to perform same-sex ceremonies.
"27.11.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Fear and loathing in Alberta village gives way to optimism of a marijuana-fuelled recovery The arrival of Aurora Cannabis on the border of this tiny village initially aroused suspicion, mistrust — even fear — among some residents. From suspicion to a pot-fuelled hope.
"27.11.2016 00:24:11" cbc.ca Volunteers beg for help as B.C. sees more overdose calls to 911 than ever before One of the record-breaking 494 overdose calls to 911 this week in the Lower Mainland was for Kelli Lubbers. "It's crazy. It's ridiculous. Everybody is dropping like flies," said the 38-year-old regular on the Downtown Eastside.
"27.11.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Clinton campaign to participate in Wisconsin vote recount Democrat Hillary Clinton's campaign will take part in a recount of Wisconsin votes in the U.S. presidential race. Donald Trump called it "ridiculous."
"26.11.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca 8 things to know about the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation was established to honour the former prime minister. The prime minister told MPs this week that his involvement with the foundation that bears his father's name ended years ago, but the controversy didn't end there.
"26.11.2016 23:00:08" The National for Saturday, Nov. 26 This is The National for Saturday, November 26, 2016.
"26.11.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Cat lover sent to jail after refusing to give up his pets A Quebec man is vowing to keep his six elderly cats, despite recently being sent to jail for breaking a bylaw that says he's allowed only one cat at a time. Talk about a cat fight.
"26.11.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca 'Patients change their mind': In emergency, doctors say, law should let them give blood to Jehovah's Witnesses Canadian law upholds the right of adult Jehovah's Witnesses to refuse blood as long as they've given free and informed refusal of treatment. Éloïse Dupuis required a blood transfusion after giving birth by C-section and died of a hemorrhage on Oct. 12.
"26.11.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Sledding with Fidel: Gander woman recalls tobogganing adventure with late Cuban leader Geraldine Maloney told CBC Radio's Weekend AM Saturday that the Cuban leader was a frequent visitor to Gander International Airport when she was a child. "He was like a child when it came to getting on the toboggan and going for a run."
"26.11.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Lawyers' mental health, addiction issues have 'enormous' impact on society Research shows lawyers and law students are at risk for mental health and addiction issues. Ten years ago, litigation lawyer Michele Hollins was a "perpetually happy person," with twin daughters and a partnership in her Calgary law firm.
Then, depression struck.
"26.11.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca 2nd beluga whale dies in Vancouver Aquarium in less than two weeks After falling ill the day after her calf died Nov. 16, the last remaining beluga whale at the Vancouver Aquarium died Friday night. Aurora's death comes nine days after her calf, Qila — the first beluga whale conceived and born in captivity at a Canadian aquarium — died at 21 years old.
"26.11.2016 19:57:09" cbc.ca White supremacist support continues to plague Trump Donald Trump's disavowal this week of white supremacists who have cheered his election as president hasn't quieted concerns about the movement's impact on his White House or whether more acts of hate will be carried out in his name. The president-elect has drawn repeated criticism for being slow to offer his condemnation of white supremacists.
"26.11.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau tells French-speaking nations there's 'no excuse' for denying rights to women, LGBT people "That's enough. There is no excuse for such practices, for such violations of their fundamental rights," Trudeau said in Antananarivo, Madagascar. "Because we're all family here, let's tell each other the truth," said Trudeau. "We owe them the same respect, the same rights and the same dignity as all other members of our society."
"26.11.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca Ballot rules, hacking theories and recounts — why the U.S. election drags on More than 2½ weeks after the U.S. election, there are still votes being counted, hacking allegations being reported and recounts being requested. So why are votes still being counted? Some answers here ...
"26.11.2016 18:30:01" cbc.ca 'My blood ran cold': Christiane Amanpour on Trump media comments CBC's Diana Swain interviews renowned foreign correspondent Christiane Amanpour, who fears Donald Trump's comments about the media are dangerous. "We have to fight to defend facts right now," she told CBC News, "in what's being described as a 'post-truth' world."
"26.11.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca 'The almost unknown Imperials': Sarnia's hidden Grey Cup triumphs remembered 80 years on Few Canadians realize it, but the small southwestern Ontario city of Sarnia was once a football powerhouse. Required reading ahead of this weekend's big game.
"26.11.2016 17:30:00" Photos from CBC News's post The Trudeau family has a long history with the Castros. "I know my father was very proud to call him a friend," the prime minister said.
More on their relationship here: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3869280
"26.11.2016 17:00:00" Fake hairless kitten recovering There's a happy ending for one the kittens that was shaved and sold as a fake sphynx cat: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3866118
"26.11.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca Cuba declares 9 days of national mourning for Fidel Castro The Cuban government has declared nine days of national mourning for the death of Fidel Castro, ending when his remains are interred on Dec. 4. Public activities and events will be cancelled, and the Cuban flag will fly at half-mast outside public and military establishments.
"26.11.2016 16:00:01" cbc.ca Crown argues Montreal ex-mayor was behind strategy of bribes, corruption The Crown prosecutor in the Michael Applebaum corruption trial spent most of Friday trying to persuade the judge that her witnesses were reliable. Applebaum is accused of asking for bribes in exchange for bureaucratic favours when he was a borough mayor in Montreal.
"26.11.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca Albertans view Trump more positively than other Canadians, poll suggests Albertans are split from the rest of the country on their views of Donald Trump's presidency, according to an EKOS Politics poll released Friday. "While the reactions to the U.S. election are predictably negative, they aren't quite as black as we might have expected."
"26.11.2016 15:00:01" cbc.ca No nukes here! Canadian navy says B.C. diver's find not a bomb Diver Sean Smyrichinsky thought an odd object he found on B.C.'s North Coast near Haida Gwaii could be a long-lost Cold War era nuclear weapon. Phew!
"26.11.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca Tolls needed as transit, traffic congestion reach 'crisis' point Tory says Although he once called road tolls "highway robbery," Toronto Mayor John Tory said he's now in favour of tolls on the Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway. "We had problems 13 years ago; now we have a crisis on our hands."
"26.11.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca Suicides in Labrador West: Grieving mother says her son faced inhumane treatment The mother of a Labrador man who took his life recently is blaming what she calls inhumane treatment from his co-workers at the iron ore mine in Labrador City. Elizabeth Rice wants someone to be held accountable for her son's death, and is calling for an inquiry so she can get some answers.
"26.11.2016 13:17:04" cbc.ca 'My father was very proud to call him a friend,' Justin Trudeau says of Fidel Castro Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is remembering former Cuban President Fidel Castro as "a larger than life leader" and a "legendary revolutionary and oratory." Castro served as an honorary pallbearer at Pierre Trudeau's funeral in 2000.
"26.11.2016 13:00:01" cbc.ca Yellowknife's ER saw 8 fentanyl overdoses in the past 48 hours An emergency room doctor in Yellowknife says he's only ever seen two or three cases of opioid overdoses in the past 10 years. "Someone has brought into town a batch of hyper, hyper potent street fentanyl."
"26.11.2016 12:00:01" cbc.ca Can MDMA help combat post-traumatic stress disorder? A clinical trial conducted in Vancouver found MDMA may be effective in treating the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. She added the findings are particularly encouraging because the drug needs to be taken very few times before results can be observed.
"26.11.2016 11:01:37" cbc.ca News of Castro's death ignites both celebration and sorrow The death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro prompted celebrations among the country's exiles in Miami, and expressions of sorrow from some world leaders. "Been waiting to hear this news all my life. Seems unreal," said Miami's Gabriel Morales, whose parents left Cuba after Castro came to power.
"26.11.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Fidel Castro's life in photos The life and times of Fidel Castro, Cuba's revolutionary leader Castro held tremendous sway in his country for decades, particularly during the Cuban missile crisis, when the U.S. and the Soviets inched closer to catastrophe.
"26.11.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca 'Set a tone': Why one ex-staffer says Melania Trump should reach out to Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau Laura Bush's former chief of staff says it's important for Melania Trump to reach out to her Canadian counterpart Sophie Grégoire Trudeau. Melania meet Sophie?
"26.11.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca 2 years after soldier Patrice Vincent's killing, family still waiting for coroner's report The family of slain soldier Patrice Vincent still has many questions about the circumstances of his death, two years after he was run down. The 53-year-old warrant officer was in the strip mall parking lot helping another member of the Armed Forces navigate the paperwork needed to retire.
"26.11.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Green Party's Jill Stein raises enough money for recount in Wisconsin A local party official says Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein will seek a recount in Wisconsin. As of Friday morning, Stein's campaign had raised $4.8 million to seek recounts in three states.
"26.11.2016 07:31:24" Photos from CBC News's post Fidel Castro, the ailing former leader of Cuba, has died at the age of 90. To some, he was a revolutionary icon defending a socialist ideal against the encroachment of capitalism and imperialism.
To others, he was a totalitarian dictator who ran a
"26.11.2016 05:53:25" Timeline Photos BREAKING: Cuba's Fidel Castro has died, closing a chapter on one of the most significant leftist revolutions of the 20th century. Updates here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/fidel-castro-obit-1.3869212
"26.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Canada home to more than a million millionaires — but more are coming soon About 25,000 Canadians became millionaires in the past year, but more than 500,000 more can expect to fall into that category in the next five years. That means Canada is home to about three per cent of all of the world's millionaires.
"26.11.2016 04:03:57" cbc.ca Hundreds face deportation to China in massive immigration fraud case Hundreds of Chinese immigrants, who relied on a B.C.-based consultant convicted in a sprawling immigration scam, are now facing deportation. CBC News has learned 320 immigrants are now facing deportation to China.
"26.11.2016 02:49:47" cbc.ca U.S. Army Corps says Standing Rock camp to be closed by Dec. 5 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has told the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe that the main camp used by people opposed to the Dakota Access pipeline will be closed. The camp is on land located just north of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation, where Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners has been trying to complete the contentious Dakota Access pipeline.
"26.11.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Calgary police shot more people in 2016 than any other Canadian city's officers Calgary police officers have shot and either killed or injured more civilians than officers in any other Canadian city in 2016, according to statistics gathered by CBC News. Second is Toronto and third is Montreal.
"26.11.2016 02:00:05" The National for Friday, Nov. 25 This is The National for Friday, November 25, 2016.
"26.11.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Alberta SPCA investigates hairless-cat scam The Alberta SPCA's new investigation into the sale of fake hairless sphynx kittens will focus on the welfare of the counterfeit cats. Poor kitties.
"26.11.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca 'Preposterous' method for measuring medical wait times used in Fraser Institute's report How valid is a wait-time survey if most doctors ignore it? There are serious flaws in the methodology behind the Fraser Institute's annual report on wait times. One in five doctors respond. So is it accurate?
"26.11.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Why the weight won't stay off: Microbiome altered by dieting, researchers find Scientists studying yo-yo dieting in mice say the tendency for people to regain excess weight rapidly after successfully slimming may well be due to their microbiome. Another thing to watch when balancing your diet.
"26.11.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Nova Scotia woman looking for strangers to join her for Christmas dinner Patty McGill's children can't come home for the holidays this year, so she is opening her home to others looking for a place to have Christmas dinner. Any takers?
"25.11.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca OSPCA charges Marineland with 5 counts of animal cruelty The Ontario SPCA has charged Marineland Canada Inc. with five counts of animal cruelty after concerns about some of the animal's well-being. The animals in question? Peacocks, guinea hens and black bears.
"25.11.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca Unruly passenger forces L.A.-Moscow flight to land in Iqaluit Aeroflot Flight 107 from Los Angeles to Moscow landed at the Iqaluit airport overnight due to an unruly passenger. Well that was an unexpected diversion.
"25.11.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Black Friday shoppers hunt for bargains, minus pandemonium Shoppers were on the hunt for deals on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border as stores in malls and online hope to carve out a slice of a lucrative week for retailers. "If it were up to me, I would be in my pyjamas and on my computer at home."
"25.11.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Trump's stock in contentious Dakota Access pipeline company raises concern President-elect Donald Trump holds stock in the company building the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline. Trump's 2016 federal disclosure forms show he owned between $15,000 and $50,000 in stock in Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners.
"25.11.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Softwood lumber hostilities resume as U.S. group files complaint The U.S. Lumber Coalition has filed a petition asking the U.S. Department of Commerce to investigate Canadian softwood lumber shipments. "Our softwood lumber producers and workers have never been found in the wrong; international bodies have always sided with our industry in the past."
"25.11.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Satellite data confirms San Francisco tower sinking The Millennium Tower — completed in 2008 — has been referred to as the "leaning tower of San Francisco." That's because soon after completion, residents began to notice that the building was tilted. The city is in earthquake territory, which makes the sinking all the scarier.
"25.11.2016 20:00:01" cbc.ca Counsellor overbills $360K for care of First Nations patients Auditors at Health Canada discovered that a mental-health counsellor was charging for 28.5 hours of work within a single 24-hour day. A report says it's unlikely she actually provided all the services claimed for all her patients.
"25.11.2016 19:59:29" Q + A: Bob McKeown Q + A: Bob McKeown, co-host of the fifth estate and Grey Cup winner, took your questions about playing in the CFL and brain injuries in the league.
"25.11.2016 19:30:01" cbc.ca Gilmore Girls return could signal revival of family dramas Experts say the excitement about the new episodes of Gilmore Girls, released today on Netflix, could signal a broader audience hunger for less distressing, more comforting television. "They're a mother and a daughter who are best friends, who love each other. And that is a comforting, happy, pleasant thing."
"25.11.2016 19:00:02" cbc.ca B.C. man signs first-of-its-kind Canadian cryonic contract A B.C. man who is challenging the province's laws on the preservation of the body after death has signed a groundbreaking cryonic contract. "Why doesn't the government just say, 'Cryonics is permitted but fraudulent exaggeration of the prospect of resuscitation is not permitted?'"
"25.11.2016 18:30:01" cbc.ca This small Alberta village could soon be home to the world's largest marijuana factory The Village of Cremona, Alta. — population 457 — is already home to Alberta's only licensed marijuana production facility. It's a normal town, except for the massive grow-op.
"25.11.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Manchester by the Sea offers a searing story and Casey Affleck's best work yet Manchester by the Sea is a portrait of pain that features a career-defining performance by Casey Affleck, says Eli Glasner. Eli Glasner calls it "a rare commitment to truth that deserves to be seen."
"25.11.2016 17:30:02" cbc.ca Kevin O'Leary says he's the man to take on Trump — but will he run? For months now, Kevin O'Leary has been publicly toying with the idea of running for the leadership of the federal Conservatives. "I think Trump versus Trudeau is Godzilla versus Bambi."
"25.11.2016 17:00:00" cbc.ca Not Woodstock weed: How today's marijuana has changed Marijuana legalization is looming in Canada, but what's in today's weed — and what isn't — may surprise you. "There's basically nothing to put a brake on the psychological and neurophysical effects."
"25.11.2016 16:00:01" cbc.ca Dad of brain-damaged girl says he needs public support to get answers from dental association Ramandeep Athwal is ready to stage a protest at the offices of the Alberta Dental Association and College and says the public must join him. "If everyone is asking the same question, they have to answer."
"25.11.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca Israel arrests 12 on suspicion of arson as fires keep thousands from homes Israeli firefighters on Friday reined in a blaze that had spread across the country's third-largest city of Haifa and forced tens of thousands of people to flee. 60,000 people have yet to return to their homes.
"25.11.2016 15:00:43" cbc.ca How 'common sense' came to mean its opposite under Donald Trump: Opinion Donald Trump's victory was the most dramatic demonstration yet that liars can win elections. All he had to do was demonize reason and fact. The Conservatives can say "no" to a lazy dependence on slogans, writes Kate Heartfield.
"25.11.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca How much money does an appearance by the prime minister bring in for the Liberals? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been under fire from the opposition parties for his attendance at what they call "cash-for-access" fundraising events for the Liberal Party. Though they come at potentially great political risk for the Liberals, an Many of these events are abou $1,500 per ticket.
"25.11.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Canadians weary of low loonie shun Black Friday shopping in U.S. It's traditionally an American shopping bonanza full of deep discounts that begins on Black Friday and often runs for days after. With the loonie so weak, some say it's just not worth it.
"25.11.2016 13:30:01" cbc.ca Florence Henderson of The Brady Bunch dead at 82 Beloved TV mom Florence Henderson, who portrayed Carol Brady on the blended family sitcom The Brady Bunch, has died at 82. Henderson suffered a heart failure.
"25.11.2016 13:00:01" cbc.ca Terrorism, climate and Trump set to dominate agenda at French-speaking nations summit Terrorism, climate change and the American president-elect are expected to dominate the agenda of this year's la Francophonie summit of mostly French-speaking nations, which gets underway today in Antananarivo, Madagascar. Canada has already committed to an African peacekeeping mission involving 600 troops and 150 police officers.
"25.11.2016 12:27:23" cbc.ca It could be last call for Northern Gateway as Ottawa makes a key decision on the pipeline The federal cabinet will make a decision on the Enbridge-backed Northern Gateway pipeline today, after years of delays and false starts. The decision will be made public early next week.
"25.11.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca P.E.I. barber wants to serve customers booze A barber who has been trying to get a liquor licence for two years says the province shouldn't worry about his customers leaving half cut. More like buzzed cut.
"25.11.2016 11:00:01" cbc.ca Moncton still Tim Hortons capital of Canada More than four decades after the first Tim Hortons opened in Moncton, the city retains its position as having the most Tims per capita in the country. Moncton's urban area alone has 26 locations, serving a population a little above 100,000, which is still the most Tims per capita in the country.
"25.11.2016 10:00:00" cbc.ca Child poverty numbers 'shamefully high' in Nova Scotia Some 22.5 per cent of children in Nova Scotia live in relative poverty, according to the 2016 Child and Family Poverty Report Card released Thursday. The Eskasoni First Nation in eastern Cape Breton had a child poverty rate of 75.6 per cent.
"25.11.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca 'They brought me back again': Addicts who OD revived on the spot at pop-up safe injection sites The fear of deadly fentanyl doesn't stop addicts at pop-up injection sites, where they know they can get help if they OD. "My drug of choice, my habit, is heroin, it's what I need. If I don't have it, I don't function," he says.
"25.11.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Trailer Park Boys and N.B. marijuana producer partner in pot products Organigram Inc announced on Wednesday it will be partnering with TPB Productions to develop a Trailer Park Boys line of marijuana products. Good things come to those at the gate.
"25.11.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca B.C. Liberals hire new photographer to document Christy Clark The NDP says it's just another example of Clark focusing on style over substance. The NDP has painted Clark as "premier photo-op."
"25.11.2016 06:22:08" cbc.ca Florence Henderson of The Brady Bunch dead at 82 Beloved TV mom Florence Henderson, who portrayed Carol Brady on the blended family sitcom The Brady Bunch, has died at 82. She died surrounded by family and friends, her manager, Kayla Pressman, said in a statement late Thursday.
"25.11.2016 06:00:00" cbc.ca 'This is their habitat,' says trapper unconcerned about wolverine sighting near Yellowknife school Yellowknife residents shouldn't be alarmed by a recent confirmed sighting of a wolverine wandering near a local school, say officials. Wolverine is Canadian after all.
"25.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca U.S. expected to turn up heat on softwood lumber dispute The U.S. Lumber Coalition is expected to submit petitions to the Department of Commerce on Friday. The U.S. industry must sign on to any softwood lumber agreement, as it must agree to suspend its legal rights to petition for trade remedy relief for the duration of the agreement.
"25.11.2016 04:00:01" cbc.ca 'We've been deceived': Results of many clinical trials never published A new online tool finds that between 2006 and 2014, 45 per cent of studies registered on the world's leading clinical trials database are missing results. The worst offenders? Canadian universities and research hospitals.
"25.11.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca 'Free to do whatever they want': Why universities can punish students for off-campus behaviour Queen's University students who attended a controversial off-campus costume party could face disciplinary action for violating the school's code of conduct. "So therefore, the universities are free to do whatever they want. If they want to limit freedom, they can limit freedoms."
"25.11.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca How the powerful opioid fentanyl kills Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid — a painkiller similar to morphine. But its recreational use is becoming a public health crisis. This is your brain on fentanyl.
"25.11.2016 02:00:10" The National for Thursday, Nov. 24 This is The National for Thursday, November 24, 2016.
"25.11.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Conservative leadership hopeful Kellie Leitch wants to scrap CBC Conservative leadership hopeful Kellie Leitch is proposing to scrap the CBC if she manages to reach the Prime Minister's Office. "The CBC doesn't need to be reformed, it needs to be dismantled," she said.
"25.11.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Towed United plane clips wings with WestJet aircraft on Vancouver airport tarmac A United Airlines plane clipped wings with a WestJet aircraft Thursday morning on the tarmac at Vancouver International Airport, leaving both planes damaged. Giving even more meaning to the term clipped wings.
"25.11.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Chinese government to work with Canada on stopping flow of fentanyl The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Chinese Ministry of Public Security have agreed to work together to help slow the flow of illicit drugs into Canada. From January 1 to the end of October, 622 British Columbians died of illicit drug overdoses, with fentanyl being detected in about 60 per cent of those cases.
"25.11.2016 00:00:00" cbc.ca Trump shifts stance on climate change, says humans may be causing global warming President-elect Donald Trump appears to be softening his tone on whether climate change is real. If he doesn't change course, Trump would become the only head of state on the planet to deny the Earth is warming.
"24.11.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Colombia signs peace deal with FARC rebels Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed a new peace agreement with the country's largest rebel movement on Thursday, aiming to end a half century of hostilities. After signing, they clasped hands to shouts of "Yes we could!"
"24.11.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca Americans vowing to gobble more, squabble less this Thanksgiving It's Thanksgiving here in the U.S., so fighting is as expected as candied yams - especially this year. But many Americans say they have had enough of politics and will be heeding the Washington Post's advice to engage in "more gobble, less squabble." Hopefully family dinner isn't too awkward.
"24.11.2016 22:30:01" cbc.ca 'Tis the season for savings: 4 tax-planning tips to take advantage of by Dec. 31 Tax planning may be the last thing on Canadians' minds as they get ready for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, but now is the time to take advantage of credits and benefits available to you until the end of the year. Maximize medical expenses and don't delay donations are two ways to save.
"24.11.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca Why Europe's Mars lander ditched its parachute and crashed Europe's Schiaparelli Mars lander crashed last month after a sensor failure in its navigation system caused it to cast away its parachute and turn off braking thrusters more than 3.7 kilometres above the surface of the planet, a report released on The error stemmed from a momentary glitch in a device that measured how fast the spacecraft was spinning.
"24.11.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Family of boy who died after prescription error hears health minister is 'all in' for change The mom of an eight-year-old boy who died from a prescription error says she is encouraged by a face-to-face meeting with Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins. "We're certainly considering her proposals."
"24.11.2016 21:00:00" cbc.ca Suicide bombing kills about 100 people south of Baghdad A suicide truck bomb killed about 100 people, most of them Iranian Shia pilgrims, at a gas station in the city of Hilla 100 kilometres south of Baghdad on Thursday. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack.
"24.11.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca Lufthansa strike to enter 4th day Saturday, 1,800 flights grounded and counting A union representing pilots at German airline Lufthansa said Thursday that its members plan to extend their labor strike through Saturday. Lufthansa said overall it has had to cancel 2,618 flights this week.
"24.11.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Business, labour and environmental groups say stick with carbon price plans More than 60 high-profile business, labour and environmental groups say Canada should not back away from plans to bring in a countrywide price on carbon. "Co-ordinated Canada-wide carbon pricing, rising predictably over time, can do much of the heavy lifting towards meeting our climate targets."
"24.11.2016 19:30:02" cbc.ca Telecom complaints down 18% this year, but wireless gripes still dominate Canada's telecom complaints watchdog heard 8,197 different complaints from Canadians about their phone, internet or wireless services this year. Wireless service was once two-thirds of all complaints. Now it's just half.
"24.11.2016 19:00:01" cbc.ca Gang-related killings jump 205% in Alberta Alberta's rate of gang-related homicides more than tripled last year, with killings in the Calgary and Edmonton areas accounting for the majority of the increase. The three prairie provinces led the country in overall homicide rates.
"24.11.2016 19:00:01" cbc.ca 'No paper trail' in corruption trial of Montreal ex-mayor means focus is on key witness's testimony Without any documents connecting Michael Applebaum to an alleged strategy of municipal corruption, the testimony and credibility of a single key witness is important. Hugo Tremblay, the former mayor's right-hand man, is the only witness who testified that he was asked to solicit kickbacks.
"24.11.2016 18:30:01" cbc.ca Warmer-than-usual Arctic Ocean temperatures delay sea ice formation A spike in Arctic temperatures has slowed sea ice from forming on the Arctic coast making hunting more difficult, and dangerous for Inuit. Thinning multiyear sea-ice could disappear entirely.
"24.11.2016 18:00:01" cbc.ca Is the loonie due for a swan dive — or are brighter days ahead? Canadians travelling to the United States or buying goods south of the border in 2017 could expect to pay more as the Canadian dollar is expected to retreat. A lower loonie against the U.S. greenback is not all bad news for Canadians.
"24.11.2016 17:41:12" Toronto Mayor John Tory proposes road tolls LIVE: Toronto Mayor John Tory proposes tolls on the two major city arteries, the Gardiner Expressway, and the Don Valley Parkway.
For more on this plan: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3865246
"24.11.2016 17:41:12" Toronto Mayor John Tory proposes road tolls LIVE: Toronto Mayor John Tory proposes tolls on the two major city arteries, the Gardiner Expressway, and the Don Valley Parkway.
For more on this plan: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3865246
"24.11.2016 17:30:00" cbc.ca Why didn't Quebec regulator charge stock promoter suspected of rigging the market? Quebec's securities regulator allowed a stock promoter to operate for years even when its own investigator believed he was breaking the law. The regulator knew about his "pump and dump" scheme three years ago.
"24.11.2016 17:00:02" cbc.ca Trudeau insists he has no ties to foundation after Chinese donations Justin Trudeau said he has no ties to a foundation set up in his father's name — an organization that received some $200,000 in donations from Chinese billionaires. "I have not been in any way associated formally, or informally, with Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation in many, many, years."
"24.11.2016 16:30:01" cbc.ca Clinton urged to seek recount in 3 battleground states A group of election lawyers and data experts asks Hillary Clinton's campaign to call for a recount of the vote totals in three battleground states — Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania — to ensure that a cyberattack was not committed to manipulate the "The only way to know whether a cyberattack changed the result is to closely examine the available physical evidence."
"24.11.2016 16:00:01" cbc.ca 'What a traitorous bitch': Alberta MLA the latest female politician to face abuse Alberta MLA Sandra Jansen isn't the first female politician to look at a screen and see the words like "bitch" and "bimbo" and "dumb broad" staring back at her. "The vast majority of elected women are encountering some sort of misogynistic behaviour, online bullying, or harassment on a fairly regular basis."
"24.11.2016 15:30:02" cbc.ca 96-year-old jokes she 'might be dead' before her court date over Muskrat Falls Dorothy Michelin says she was just taking pictures outside the Muskrat Falls gate, and this is her first time in court. "I told the young [sheriff's officer] this morning, 'My dear, that's a long ways away.'"
"24.11.2016 15:00:01" cbc.ca Two-thirds of Canadians OK with shift away from door-to-door delivery: government poll The poll also suggests Canadians are widely satisfied with the services they receive from Canada Post, but would be willing to accept some change. During last year's federal election campaign, Justin Trudeau pledged to reverse the Conservative plan to end door-to-door delivery.
"24.11.2016 14:30:01" cbc.ca 'It's obscene': New Yorkers fuming over disruptions caused by Trump Tower security measures Donald Trump's glitzy New York residence on Fifth Avenue is a major draw for tourists and a logistical and security nightmare for police and the Secret Service. "Every tenant in the building, they're going to check them, vet them. Every vendor providing service, they're going to look at them."
"24.11.2016 14:00:02" cbc.ca Israel calls in allies as fires rage across country With backing from several other countries, Israeli firefighters battle blazes around the country for the third day as flames damage homes and prompt the evacuation of thousands of people. Residents of eight neighbourhoods in the northern city of Haifa were told evacuate their homes on Thursday afternoon.
"24.11.2016 13:30:01" cbc.ca Toronto mayor set to announce major road tolls today Toronto Mayor John Tory will today announce his intention to introduce road tolls for two major highways that carry thousands of commuters into Canada's largest city. A road toll of $2 could raise $200 million a year for city coffers, with all of that money earmarked for transit expansion.
"24.11.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca Teens, youth need protection under Ottawa's pot plans, Canadian pediatricians say Recreational marijuana sales need to be restricted to protect minors, the Canadian Paediatric Society says in a new position statement. The potency of today's cannabis is three to four times greater now than it was in the 70s.
"24.11.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca CPP expansion leaves women and disabled at disadvantage, says opposition Thousands of women who take time off to raise their children, and people with disabilities will be "penalized" because of two key provisions missing from the government bill that will expand the Canada Pension Plan, according to the opposition. The expanded portion of the plan will not allow people to exclude child-rearing years or time spent on disability.
"24.11.2016 12:00:01" cbc.ca Chinese construction site collapse kills dozens Dozens of people were killed in a scaffolding collapse Thursday morning at a construction site in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangxi, state media reported. China has suffered a series of major industrial accidents over recent months blamed on corruption, disregard for safety and pressure to boost production amid a slowing economy.
"24.11.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca How much is too much? N.L. dispenses the most antibiotics in Canada A new public health campaign is taking aim at antibiotic use in Newfoundland and Labrador. "It can cause harm to the person who's taking the antibiotics unnecessarily, but also causes harm to society for creating more drug-resistant bugs."
"24.11.2016 11:00:00" cbc.ca Beyond the surface dazzle and superstars Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, Allied is a missed opportunity Two of moviedom's biggest stars today — Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard — star in Allied, a Second World War, spy-versus-spy story about dazzling surfaces and deception. There's beautiful — and then there's believable.
"24.11.2016 10:00:01" cbc.ca Indigenous police officers added in Val-d'Or in wake of abuse allegations The one-year pilot project is set to begin in early 2017, with the goal of improving strained relations between police and First Nations members of the community. "What is community policing? It's taking care of our people."
"24.11.2016 09:00:01" cbc.ca Mexican tequila producer Jose Cuervo delays IPO following Trump's election Jose Cuervo, known officially as Becle, had filed with the Mexican bourse in September for an IPO that sources had said could raise as much as $1 billion US. The valuation of many Mexican companies has been hit by Trump's victory.
"24.11.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Smoke fills sky as century-old building burns in Montreal No one was hurt, but a century-old building known to firefighters as 'dangerous' has been destroyed after a five-alarm fire on Parc Avenue in Montreal's Plateau–Mont-Royal neighbourhood this morning. More than 120 firefighters were called to battle the blaze.
"24.11.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Juvenile activists sue government over climate change policy Eight children are asking a Seattle judge to find Washington state in contempt for failing to adequately protect them and future generations. The petitioners are between 12 and 16 years old.
"24.11.2016 06:00:01" cbc.ca Author fired by B.C. university apologizes for conduct via his lawyer Author Steven Galloway, who was fired by the University of British Columbia in June after he says he had an affair with a student. It is the first time in a year the award-winning author has publicly addressed his controversial dismissal.
"24.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Trudeau heads to Liberia before la Francophonie summit in Madagascar Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is taking his feminist credentials to Africa this week. In his first official visit to the continent, Trudeau is headed to la Francophonie summit. Canada provides millions of dollars to Liberia every year to support education and health services such as HIV and tuberculosis drugs.
"24.11.2016 04:30:01" cbc.ca Lufthansa strike grounds 1,800 flights — so far German airline Lufthansa cancelled nearly 900 flights on Wednesday and scrapped another 912 scheduled for Thursday after pilots launched a two-day strike in a pay dispute. Pilots launched a two-day strike following a pay dispute.
"24.11.2016 03:30:01" cbc.ca New skin patch tests sweat to monitor your health Breaking a sweat? Researchers are creating a skin patch that can test those droplets while people exercise and beam results to their smartphones, possibly a new way to track health and fitness. "Sweat has biochemical components within it that tell us a lot about physiological health."
"24.11.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca Rare thunderstorm asthma kills 4 in Australia A rare condition known as thunderstorm asthma kills four people and sends hundreds to hospitals in Australia's second-largest city. "I've been an emergency physician for about 35 years, worked in a number of hospitals, and I can say, hand on heart, that I have not seen this before."
"24.11.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca Liberals to table bill aimed at expanding voting rights The Liberal government will table amendments to the Canada Elections Act on Thursday, including changes aimed at "increasingly accessibility" and "ensuring as many Canadians as possible have the right to vote." The previous Conservative government removed the identification cards mailed to voters from the list of acceptable documentation in 2014.
"24.11.2016 02:00:08" WATCH LIVE: The National for Wednesday, Nov. 23
"24.11.2016 02:00:08" WATCH LIVE: The National for Wednesday, Nov. 23
"24.11.2016 02:00:01" cbc.ca Racists, dummies and bad costumes: Opinion Queen's University students didn't wait for next October to inspire yet another round of the tedious "spot the racist" costume game. "Hey, I don't think you're a Nazi, but maybe dress as a cat next time?" - Robyn Urback
"24.11.2016 01:30:00" cbc.ca Lawren Harris painting Mountain Forms sells for record $9.5M at auction A mountainscape painting by Group of Seven founder Lawren Harris has become the most expensive artwork ever to sell at a Canadian auction. Including the buyer's premium the total price was $11.21 million.
"24.11.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca 81-year-old Internet Black Widow must report new romances to police Melissa Ann Shepard, who killed and poisoned her intimate partners, has agreed to peace bond conditions that require her to report any new romantic relationships. Shepard has a long criminal record that has extended across the continent.
"24.11.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Ice deposit on Mars holds as much water as Lake Superior, researchers say An ice deposit with as much frozen water as the volume of Lake Superior was found hiding below the surface of Mars in a region astronauts may some day call home. The deposit is covered by a layer of dust believed to be between one to 10 metres tall.
"24.11.2016 00:00:01" cbc.ca South Korea government says it bought 360 erectile dysfunction pills for other reasons South Korean doctors sometimes prescribe Viagra-style drugs to climbers because they are believed to be effective in preventing altitude sickness. South Korean President Park Geun-hye's corruption scandal only seems to get stranger.
"23.11.2016 23:59:26" Lawren Harris painting auctioned in Toronto "Mountain Forms," a renowned 1926 painting of Mount Ishbel by Lawren Harris, broke records for Canadian art sales at an auction in Toronto. For more on this story: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3862657
"23.11.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca Nunavut takes 1st step to sue tobacco companies for health-care costs Tobacco sales in the territory also continue to increase. With a population of less than 40,000 people, Nunavummiut purchased 56.2 million cigarettes last year. 62 per cent of Nunavut residents reported being a current smoker.
"23.11.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca 'Duty requires us to eat our friends': The millennia-old debate over eating meat The ongoing trial of a Burlington, Ont., woman charged with mischief after giving water to pigs headed to a slaughterhouse might be a legal first, but the underlying arguments around whether animals are property or sentient beings who should not be Anita Krajnc of Toronto faces charges of mischief for giving water to pigs headed to slaughter and her fate rests on the questions: Was the pig condemned to an unfair death or is it simply property?
"23.11.2016 22:30:00" cbc.ca Ontario's Lionel Sanders overcomes addiction, sets new Ironman world record On Sunday, Lionel Sanders crossed the finish line in Tempe, Arizona, to beat the existing world record time in the gruelling Ironman competition by minutes It's one of the most grueling events on the planet and, last weekend, a Windsor, Ont. man won it.
"23.11.2016 22:00:00" cbc.ca 'They don't look at you as an inmate': Dog daycare helps convicts get over guilt, humiliation By all accounts, Chilko and Riley are well behaved and haven't been convicted of any crimes, yet every day they end up in jail. Both are part of the Doghouse, a dog daycare and kennel inside a women's prison in B.C. A women's prison in Abbotsford, B.C., has a doggie daycare where inmates look after pets while their owners are at work.
"23.11.2016 21:30:00" cbc.ca Score one for the big guys as judge sides with Bell in battle with VMedia over future of TV An Ontario Superior Court Judge has ruled VMedia does not have the right to broadcast two of Bell Media's TV channels over the internet using a Roku player, even though both of the channels are available for free over the air. Goliath won.
"23.11.2016 21:00:01" cbc.ca Corrections brings in third party to investigate sexual recordings at Edmonton prison Canada's minister of public safety is calling on authorities to thoroughly investigate and put an end to alleged harassment at Edmonton's federal prison, at the same time that his office confirmed part of that investigation will be handled by a third When the worker listened to the recordings, they found male prison guards were making demeaning, sexually explicit comments about female co-workers, sources say.
"23.11.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca Shark in gillnet a surprise catch for Torbay fisherman A fisherman found a nine-foot shark Tuesday when he checked his gillnets off Torbay, and Wayne Tapper has the pictures to prove it. The fisherman, who has a commercial license, is allowed to keep some of the meat to eat but has to get rid of the rest because the sale of shark meat is not permitted.
"23.11.2016 20:30:01" cbc.ca Moana a spirited story propelled by a powerful princess — just don't call her one Moana is a new and decidedly different kind of princess. With perfect casting and lush visuals, Disney's latest animated adventure is a great escape, says Eli Glasner. Auli'i Cravalho is the voice of a decidedly different kind of Disney princess.
"23.11.2016 20:00:01" cbc.ca World demand for gasoline may never be higher than it is now Gasoline consumption could soon peak even if the world continues to use more and more oil, the International Energy Agency said in a report this week. We've hit peak gas, says the International Energy Agency.
"23.11.2016 19:42:10" Obama pardons turkey U.S. president Barack Obama pardons his last turkey, an annual presidential Thanksgiving Day tradition.
"23.11.2016 19:15:01" cbc.ca 'I wanted to be a big shot': Elderly fraudster in trouble again A serial fraudster who took her fight for early release all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada has had her full parole revoked after being caught attempting to take advantage of an elderly widower. The judge called her a "chronic recidivist" and "relentless" criminal.
"23.11.2016 18:45:00" cbc.ca CBC's spelling of grey jay/whisky jack is not for the birds The Royal Canadian Geographical Society's choice of the grey jay, also called the whisky jack, as Canada's new national bird has ruffled some feathers — and the correct spelling of the bird's name has provoked confused and angry comments from CBC readers. We got some typo reports on this one.
"23.11.2016 18:10:20" Ellen gets America's highest civilian honour Ellen DeGeneres, with tears in her eyes, received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her positive message and for breaking barriers for LGBT community.
"23.11.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Queen's University investigates 'shockingly racist' student costume party Queen's University is investigating after photos appeared online showing white people dressed as Buddhist monks, Middle Eastern sheiks, Mexicans and Viet Cong fighters in rice hats during an off-campus student party in Kingston, Ont. "These events undermine Queen's ability to provide a welcoming and respectful campus environment," said AMS vice-president, Carolyn Thompson.
"23.11.2016 17:30:01" Playing with Parkinson's Musicians with Parkinson's are pairing up with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra to keep the music playing: www.cbc.ca/1.3861575
"23.11.2016 17:02:34" cbc.ca Angus to run for NDP Leadership? Northern Ontario MP Charlie Angus is expected to step aside as the New Democrats' caucus chair today as he considers a possible run at the party leadership. MP Charlie Angus is expected to step aside as the New Democrats' caucus chair today.
"23.11.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca Trump taps S.C. governor as UN ambassador, transition team confirms President-elect Donald Trump has chosen South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, the first woman tapped for a top-level administration post during his transition to the White House. Nikki Haley was an outspoken Trump critic during the campaign.
"23.11.2016 15:30:00" cbc.ca Facebook reportedly builds censorship tool to re-enter China Facebook has quietly developed a censorship tool that could persuade China to allow the world's biggest social media network to re-enter the world's second largest economy after a seven-year ban, according to the New York Times. The software reportedly suppresses posts from appearing in people's Facebook news feeds in specific geographies.
"23.11.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Cuba's beaches this winter — what to expect (not Americans) Winter-weary Canadians can plan their vacation to Cuba without worrying about the influx of Americans — this year, anyway. The U.S. embargo is still in place for tourists, plus president-elect Donald Trump is threatening to reverse Obama's policy on Cuba. Travel restrictions for Americans to Cuba were relaxed during the Obama administration, not removed entirely.
"23.11.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca China could take leadership role in Paris climate change deal if Trump pulls U.S. out A U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate change agreement is unlikely to scuttle the international deal, but it could instead see China take on a leadership role, experts say. Candidate Trump pledged to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris deal. President-elect Trump said he would "keep an open mind."
"23.11.2016 14:00:00" cbc.ca Aside from the incessant warnings, Ontario's hydro crisis clearly came out of nowhere: Opinion Who could have foreseen that wasting billions of dollars on overpriced green energy contracts and cancelled gas plants would mean higher average electricity bills for consumers? Opinion column from Robyn Urback.
"23.11.2016 13:30:01" cbc.ca Pacific trade deal's end is no surprise for Canada, but what comes next on trade may be: Don Pittis Killing the Trans-Pacific Partnership seems easy, but president-elect Donald Trump may have to tread more carefully if he starts to slice through layers of established rules on trade. There will be few tears in Canada or the United States for the TPP.
"23.11.2016 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'He's playing us': Making sense of Trump's media strategy Donald Trump's team is able to control the media now more than ever, say media analysts, preventing reporters from pressing him on issues and on his sometimes contradictory positions. The way Donald Trump is controlling his message prevents anyone from questioning it.
"23.11.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca Lawren Harris painting could become most expensive Canadian artwork ever sold at auction Canadians have largely kept Canadian art to themselves — so says British art historian Ian Dejardin. But there's definite potential for broader appreciation of Canadian art. "Lawren Harris is such a powerful and attractive artist. He is someone who is ripe for appreciation abroad." — Ian Dejardin, Dulwich Picture Gallery director.
"23.11.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca Trudeau defends fundraiser with Chinese businessmen who later donated $1M to father's foundation Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was forced to defend his party's fundraising methods in the House of Commons Tuesday. Tories are accusing Liberals of being engaged in "pay to play" fundraising.
"23.11.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca CNN pundit blasts Trump in Toronto speech, but warns Canada a 'whitelash' could happen here High-profile American political commentator Van Jones says Canadians are flat-out wrong if they think a candidate like Donald Trump couldn't succeed here. "It can find a home in your country, too, if you don't stand up to it."
"23.11.2016 11:00:01" cbc.ca Organizer apologizes after ad for Montreal's anniversary features only white people Gilbert Rozon said the commercial, which is for a show that will air next month on four French-language networks, will be redone to reflect the city's diversity. Gilbert Rozon said criticism of the 45-second spot is "100 per cent fair," and it will be redone over the weekend.
"23.11.2016 10:00:01" cbc.ca Psych report ordered for woman who pleads guilty in cancer fraud case Jennifer Halford, 34, pleaded guilty to seven counts of fraud in provincial court in Calgary today. First she pretended to have breast cancer. She later told people her home was destroyed from the Fort McMurray wildfires.
"23.11.2016 09:00:00" cbc.ca Ottawa family sues Toronto police over ruling their son's death a suicide The parents of an Ottawa man are suing Toronto police over their investigation, claiming they mishandled evidence that could have proven he didn't kill himself. The family is saying that their son's death was a homicide.
"23.11.2016 08:00:00" cbc.ca Dow tops 19,000 for first time; TSX closes higher The Dow Jones industrial average is closing above 19,000 for the first time as a post-election rally drives indexes further into record territory. All three major stock markets in New York closed at record highs for a second day in a row.
"23.11.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Deaths, injuries from landmines see 'sharp spike' in 2015, report finds The number of people killed and injured by landmines and improvised explosive devices has hit an alarming 10-year high. The spike comes as Canada's funding for "mine action" increased by almost $3 million last year.
"23.11.2016 06:00:01" cbc.ca Flying object that nearly hit Porter flight likely not a drone, investigators say Canada's Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday that it can't identify the mysterious flying object that nearly collided with a Porter flight. It was flying both higher and further from shore than a commercial drone could.
"23.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca Corruption trial for Montreal ex-mayor hears real estate manager felt extorted, bullied A real estate manager who calls himself "a sucker" and a victim, acknowledged his father invested in the projects of a businessman with known links to the Montreal Mafia. "I was bullied, extorted. I had no support from anyone around me."
"23.11.2016 04:30:00" cbc.ca Party with Channing, sip tea with Julia: Bono's charity appeal teases with celebrity encounters If you donate at least $10 to Bono's charity (RED), you'll have a chance to drink tea with him and Julia Roberts, or enjoy a private concert from U2, among other prizes. "It is possible, that if we stall on funding then we start to undo all this good work."
"23.11.2016 04:00:00" cbc.ca Understanding why your Facebook post has been taken down might not be easy, online censorship report says In light of criticism of 'fake news,' Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said the company 'must be extremely cautious about becoming arbiters of truth ourselves.' When your photo or post disappears, it's often hard to say why.
"23.11.2016 03:30:01" cbc.ca Astronomers discover dwarf galaxy orbiting the Milky Way Astronomers have discovered another neighbour orbiting our home galaxy, the Milky Way — and it could be the faintest satellite dwarf galaxy discovered so far. Science predicts hundreds of these galaxies should be around the Milky Way. To date only about 50 have been identified.
"23.11.2016 03:00:00" cbc.ca As It Happens calls Sweden's 'mansplaining' hotline A workers' union in Sweden ran a "mansplaining" hotline, which women could call to report patronizing explanations from their male co-workers. As It Happens host Carol Off dialled them up. Mansplaining = when a patronizing man explains something to a woman, ignoring the likelihood that she already knows more than he does about the subject.
"23.11.2016 02:30:00" cbc.ca The TPP is dead, so what does that mean for Canada? The United States and Japan were driving the bus during the 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations. Now U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has stopped the bus entirely, leaving Canada without its way in to the large Japanese market. The TPP won't take effect if either the U.S. or Japan fails to ratify it. What other partners do no longer matters.
"23.11.2016 02:00:07" WATCH LIVE: The National for Tuesday, Nov. 22
"23.11.2016 02:00:07" WATCH LIVE: The National for Tuesday, Nov. 22
"23.11.2016 02:00:00" cbc.ca Conservative senators amend Trudeau's tax cuts to target middle-class Conservative Senator Larry Smith moved an amendment to Bill C-2, which he said would make the plan revenue neutral — a promise the Liberals made during the last election. The Senate revision would give more money to the poor, and less money to those earning more than $90,563.
"23.11.2016 01:30:01" cbc.ca Impassioned Calgary MLA calls on legislature to stand against misogyny Former Progressive Conservative MLA Sandra Jansen gave an impassioned speech denouncing the hateful comments she has faced since crossing the floor to the NDP. WARNING: Story includes graphic language
"23.11.2016 01:00:00" cbc.ca Hairless cat scam is 'abuse,' says 2nd Alberta woman who bought shaved pet Another Alberta woman who arranged to buy a hairless sphynx cat online — but instead received a meticulously shaved regular kitten. "It's an unbelievable thing that someone would do this."
"23.11.2016 00:30:00" cbc.ca Taming the world's highest tides: massive turbine connected to power grid Nova Scotia's energy minister hailed North America's first successful grid-connected tidal turbine Tuesday, calling the project an "unprecedented step towards a lower carbon future." The electricity generated is some of the most expensive ever produced in the province at a rate of $530 per megawatt hour.
"23.11.2016 00:00:00" 'I want to know what happened to her that night' Who killed Alberta Williams? This week, we learn two people saw Alberta the day after she was supposed to have vanished: http://www.cbc.ca/missingandmurdered/podcast
"22.11.2016 23:30:00" cbc.ca "I am very relieved": Landlord finally forces 'professional tenant' James Regan from Toronto apartment 62 year-old James Regan has finally been forced out of the Avenue Road apartment he's occupied since July without paying rent. It was on the same day he was charged with assaulting his landlord.
"22.11.2016 23:00:00" cbc.ca Canadians' well-being trails economic growth, study finds The gap between the country's economic health and Canadians' well-being has widened over a two-decade period, according to a new report released Tuesday. From 1994 to 2014, Canada's GDP grew by 38 per cent, but our well-being only grew by less than 10 per cent.
"22.11.2016 22:30:01" cbc.ca Angela Merkel prepares for difficult 4th run in a Trump and Farage world Germany's Angela Merkel puts some space between herself and the idea of being leader of the liberal West. Merkel may not have much choice in what side she represents, writes Nahlah Ayed.
"22.11.2016 22:00:01" cbc.ca Trump tells New York Times he doesn't want to 'hurt the Clintons' A top adviser to Donald Trump suggests that the U.S. president-elect wants to help Hillary Clinton "heal" and not pursue a probe of his former Democratic rival's private email server. "I'm not looking to go back and go through this."
"22.11.2016 21:30:01" cbc.ca Vaping to be regulated by Health Canada The federal government plans to regulate e-cigarettes to make vaping products less accessible to youth. The aim is to protect youth and non-users from nicotine addiction.
"22.11.2016 21:00:01" cbc.ca Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence open up about their friendship Emma Stone told Vanity Fair for a cover story about Jennifer Lawrence that she was once jealous of the actor's success but got over it once they became friends. Now, she says she and Lawrence "really do love each other and care about each other as people."
"22.11.2016 20:30:00" cbc.ca Coast guard returned millions to feds for fuel savings on broken down vessels The Canadian Coast Guard returned nearly $15 million in unspent money on fuel to federal coffers for the last fiscal year, but a chunk of those savings occurred because vessels that were supposed to use the fuel broke down, and were unexpectedly out of The good news is that the Coast Guard saved nearly $15 million in unused fuel. The bad news is a big chunk of those savings are because vessels broke down.
"22.11.2016 20:09:22" Canadians awarded U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom WATCH LIVE: President Obama awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to 21 recipients -- including Canadians Frank Gehry and Lorne Michaels. For more: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3843180
"22.11.2016 20:00:17" LIVE On The Money On The Money host Peter Armstrong is talking to Shannon Lee Simmons, the Founder of the New School of Finance, about financial literacy and reading statements. HAVE A QUESTION? ASK IN THE COMMENTS BELOW.
"22.11.2016 20:00:00" cbc.ca Step inside the operating room as surgeons use new laser method to attack B.C. woman's brain tumour Twenty-seven Canadians a day are diagnosed with a brain tumour. Often, the prognosis isn't good, but a new technique that targets tumours deep inside the brain that are too dangerous to remove surgically might offer some hope. The NeuroBlate method involves heating cancerous tissue with a laser, making it more receptive to chemotherapy.
"22.11.2016 19:39:25" cbc.ca WestJet flight bound for Terrace, B.C. lands safely after emergency A plane carrying about 40 people that was diverted from Terrace, B.C. due to an emergency with the landing gear has landed safely in Prince George. At about 11:40 a.m., it was able to land safely.
"22.11.2016 19:30:00" cbc.ca Some Ryanair tickets will be free within a decade, CEO says The head of Irish discount airline Ryanair says he expects some seats on the company's flights will soon be free as airports and carriers share revenue from concessions sold in flight and on the ground. Ryanair's average ticket price is £46.67 but, if the company's CEO has his way, that could drop by rather a lot.
"22.11.2016 19:00:00" cbc.ca Christina Noudga pleads guilty to reduced charge in Tim Bosma murder Christina Noudga has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge for her role in covering up evidence in the murder of Hamilton man Tim Bosma. The guilty plea spares the family of Tim Bosma from hearing "soul destroying" detail's of Bosma's death.
"22.11.2016 18:30:00" cbc.ca Serious injuries reported after latest confrontation in Standing Rock A woman was seriously injured and airlifted to Minneapolis after a confrontation that took place Sunday between North Dakota authorities and people opposed to the Dakota Access pipeline. The Standing Rock Medic & Healer Council says 300 people, including a woman airlifted to hospital in "serious" condition, were injured Sunday night.
"22.11.2016 18:02:40" cbc.ca Liberals to buy 18 Boeing Super Hornets to fill 'capability gap' The Liberal government will "immediately explore" the acquisition of 18 Boeing Super Hornet jet fighters to meet what it deems to be the urgent needs of the air force. Canada will be buying 18 new fighter jets.
"22.11.2016 18:00:00" cbc.ca Ottawa reduces coverage of medical marijuana for veterans Veterans Affairs is dramatically scaling back the quantity of medical marijuana it will cover. Minister Kent Hehr is making the announcement at 11:45 a.m. ET. CBCnews.ca will carry it live. Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr is scaling back the amount of medical marijuana his department will cover.
"22.11.2016 17:30:00" Hairless cat scam Someone shaved this kitten's and plucked out its wiskers to pass it off as a hairless sphynx: www.cbc.ca/1.3861374
"22.11.2016 17:00:01" cbc.ca Why your hydro bill is so high, and why it'll be hard for Kathleen Wynne to cut it With her promise to do more about the price of electricity, it looks like Premier Kathleen Wynne is trying to neutralize — or at least lessen — the damage that skyrocketing hydro bills are doing to her popularity. It's not something politicians do all that often but Kathleen Wynne admits her government made a mistake.
"22.11.2016 16:30:00" cbc.ca Alt-right group accused of 'hateful speech' after 'hail Trump' shout draws Nazi salutes The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum expresses alarm over "hateful speech" at a white nationalist meeting over the weekend, and a restaurant apologizes for hosting the group after a woman tweeted a picture of herself in a Nazi salute. Richard Spencer: "America was until this past generation a white country. "It is our creation, it is our inheritance and it belongs to us."
"22.11.2016 15:30:01" cbc.ca Ignore the hype about epidurals — we still don't know what causes postpartum depression No one knows what causes postpartum depression. And no one knows what can prevent it. So please, stop misleading women into thinking that getting an epidural will save them Stop misleading women into thinking that getting an epidural will ward off postpartum depression, says our opinion columnist Patricia Tomasi.
"22.11.2016 15:00:00" cbc.ca Who Killed Alberta Williams? CBC launches eight-part podcast and web series that uncovers chilling new information in B.C. cold case. In Episode 5 of Who Killed Alberta Williams: The mystery of the black truck:
"22.11.2016 14:30:00" cbc.ca Schoolchildren killed in Tennessee bus crash A bus carrying elementary students home from school in Chattanooga, Tenn., crashed on Monday afternoon, killing at least five children and sending nearly two dozen to a hospital with injuries, authorities said. A Tennessee school bus driver has been charged after at least five children were killed in a crash.
"22.11.2016 14:00:01" cbc.ca TFC, Impact relish MLS matchup in front of 60,000 at Big Owe There will be a special atmosphere at Olympic Stadium when the Montreal Impact faces Toronto FC in the first leg of the MLS Eastern Conference final on Tuesday night. The MLS east final between the Montreal Impact and Toronto FC begins tonight.
"22.11.2016 13:30:00" cbc.ca 'It's like a little trigger': The surprising benefits of boredom Most people have an aversion to boredom, and try to avoid it by reaching for their smartphones, but is that doing more harm than good? Some who have studied the phenomenon think so. Read this boring story — it's good for you.
"22.11.2016 13:01:09" cbc.ca Ford brothers' new book claims to set the record straight on the 'people's mayor' The late Rob Ford may have had his public struggles with crack cocaine and alcohol, but his brother Doug Ford remembers the former Toronto Mayor as the best politician in the country, in part, because he was beyond influence. "He was the best politician, bar none, over anyone in the country." — Doug Ford on his brother, Rob.
"22.11.2016 12:30:00" cbc.ca Canada's rejection of coal will clear the air but impact workers and power bills Environment Minister Catherine McKenna all but declared war on Canada's coal industry Monday with the announcement of her plan to aggressively phase out coal-fired power plants by 2030. The Coal Association of Canada says the industry employs about 42,000 Canadians directly or indirectly.
"22.11.2016 12:00:00" cbc.ca CRTC warns cable companies how to behave following $25 basic TV outrage After facing numerous complaints about the new $25 skinny basic TV packages, the CRTC has come up with a number of "best practices" for how TV providers 'should' behave. Canadians flooded the CRTC with complaints about the $25 basic TV packages when they first came out.
"22.11.2016 11:30:00" cbc.ca Proposed suit alleges harassment, discrimination against women in Canadian military The Canadian Armed Forces is rife with sexual misconduct and harassment of women, according to a proposed class-action lawsuit. The military agrees with a report that says a misogynistic, highly sexualized culture pervades its culture.
"22.11.2016 11:00:01" cbc.ca Sun Life dropping many medical tests for life insurance applicants Sun Life is eliminating the need for many of its medical test requirements as part of a life insurance underwriting overhaul the company announced Monday. They will soon accept people who are HIV-positive.
"22.11.2016 10:00:01" cbc.ca Dave Chappelle to unleash 3 Netflix comedy specials in 2017 Comedian Dave Chappelle is headed back to TV with his first concert specials in a dozen years — a trio of specials to be released on Netflix simultaneously in 2017. No exact release date was given by Netflix.
"22.11.2016 09:00:01" cbc.ca Jason Kenney fined by Alberta PCs for rules infraction Jason Kenney is being fined $5,000 after he showed up at a delegate selection meeting in Edmonton-Ellerslie last week. "The rules specifically prohibit these activities."
"22.11.2016 08:00:01" cbc.ca Indigenous students borrow from Kaepernick playbook to raise awareness of MMIW Two Indigenous students are using their profile as athletes to raise awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women. "It really lit a fire around me."
"22.11.2016 07:00:00" cbc.ca Amazon reported to be eyeing live sports streaming Amazon.com Inc. is exploring live sports streaming and has held talks with leagues including the National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball and the National Football League for live game rights, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing Another avenue to watch live sports might be more reason for people to cut their cable.
"22.11.2016 06:00:01" cbc.ca Justin Bieber plays soccer with Neymar at Barcelona's training camp Justin Bieber spent the day before one of his concerts in Spain playing soccer with Neymar at Barcelona's training camp. He showed up in cleats, ready to play.
"22.11.2016 05:00:00" cbc.ca NASA's Dawn spacecraft releases new images of dwarf planet Ceres Beautiful new images released by NASA's Dawn spacecraft show a deeply cratered and complicated surface on the dwarf planet Ceres. They show incredible detail of the dwarf planet's cratered surface.
"22.11.2016 04:30:00" cbc.ca 'Professional tenant' James Regan wanted for allegedly assaulting ex-landlord Toronto police are looking for James Regan, the well-dressed "professional tenant" who has been evicted from three high-end apartments in the city. According to the ruling, Regan owes his landlord $10,000 in rent payments.