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"20.01.2017 17:58:16" cbc.ca A Dog's Purpose video controversy nixes red-carpet debut, some Canadian previews The Hollywood premiere of A Dog's Purpose has been cancelled amid growing concern and calls to boycott the shot-in-Canada film, following the release of a video — purportedly from the movie set — showing a distressed German shepherd being forced into The Hollywood premiere of A Dog's Purpose has been cancelled.
"20.01.2017 17:31:04" Trump takes oath of office It's official. Donald Trump is the president of the United States: http://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/live-blog/trump-inauguration
"20.01.2017 17:30:50" cbc.ca 2 prior leaks of navy info were under RCMP scrutiny prior to vice-admiral's suspension RCMP officers looked into a pair of information leaks related to navy projects prior to this week's suspension of a top admiral, CBC News has learned. News of the separate investigations comes as the Liberal government reassures allies the controversy This is not the first time the Mounties have probed leaks of information about naval projects.
"20.01.2017 17:11:40" cbc.ca Police disperse Donald Trump protesters with pepper spray in D.C. after windows smashed About 500 people broke the windows of a Bank of America branch, a McDonald's outlet and a Starbucks shop, all symbols of the American capitalist system. One protester's banner read "Make Racists Afraid Again."
"20.01.2017 16:30:38" cbc.ca Bucking protectionist trends, Canada cuts $48M worth of food tariffs As the incoming Trump administration talks about piling on new tariffs to discourage imports and protect American jobs, the Canadian government is quietly moving in the opposite direction. About 200 tariffs have been eliminated to make Canadian food Chocolate ingredients imported for use by food manufacturers are now duty-free.
"20.01.2017 15:59:49" Inauguration day special Follow CBC correspondents in Washington and around the world as Donald Trump is sworn in as president. http://www.cbc.ca/1.3937881
"20.01.2017 15:30:38" cbc.ca Brett Wilson endorses Kevin O'Leary after Arlene Dickinson's scathing column One former Dragons' Den star is defending a second after an unflattering critique from a third. "Kevin's a rogue. He's going to be a provocateur. He's going to, as he said, shine the light of transparency on every issue." – Former Dragon Brett Wilson.
"20.01.2017 15:15:30" Trump inauguration: Fans and critics LIVE Q&A: CBC's David Common is at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., as Americans gather for Donald Trump's inauguration.
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"20.01.2017 14:30:01" cbc.ca America descends into brutality as the real-life Archie Bunker is sworn in as president: Opinion Nominally, a presidential inauguration is a moment for the nation to come together and celebrate the peaceful handover of power to a democratically elected leader. Nowadays, that's just a fantasy. Opinion columnist Neil Macdonald says the investiture of President Trump is a natural development the U.S. has been building toward for 50 years.
"20.01.2017 14:02:06" cbc.ca Trump win prompts surge of interest in Canadian real estate from Americans, Royal LePage says One of Canada's biggest sellers of real estate says it is witnessing a surge of interest from Americans who are considering moving north as a result the U.S. presidential election. Some Americans really are looking to move north, Royal LePage says.
"20.01.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Facebook privacy attacks often come from friends, family A new study on "social insider attacks" — where attackers personally know their victims — estimates that 24 per cent of survey participants had accessed someone's Facebook account without them knowing. Beware of friends and family snooping on your Facebook account.
"20.01.2017 13:00:01" cbc.ca Why not speaking French is such a disadvantage in Conservative leadership race Kevin O'Leary joins the Conservative leadership race as one of several candidates who lack proficiency in French. The electoral math suggests this puts O'Leary and others at a distinct disadvantage in their quests to become party leader and prime The only province in which the Conservatives made seat gains in 2015 was Quebec.
"20.01.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Donald Trump's inauguration: Everything you need to know, and when to watch President-elect Donald Trump has promised his inauguration Friday will be an elegant spectacle. CBC News is covering the historic proceedings from start to finish. The events begin Thursday with a series of ceremonies. CBC News is covering the Donald Trump inauguration from top to bottom. Trump will be sworn in on Friday at 12 p.m. ET.
"20.01.2017 12:03:05" cbc.ca Cheap airline fares that don't allow carry-on bags coming to Canada, says expert Both American and United Airlines will soon be offering a bare bones "basic economy" fare that excludes access to the overhead bin for carry-on. The same deal will soon be offered by major Canadian airlines, predicts one expert. American and United Airlines are set to offer a ticket with no overhead bin access. Could Canada be next?
"20.01.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca How history could make strange bedfellows of Obama and Trump: Keith Boag Don't expect that in his inaugural speech today Donald Trump will bother with a hat tip to Barack Obama for the outgoing president's contribution to his success, although maybe he should. There might also come a day when Obama will be grateful it was Donald Trump might have a tough time reversing Barack Obama's key policies.
"20.01.2017 11:00:01" cbc.ca Vermont CEO covers tab so workers can attend women's march on Washington Donna Carpetner, CEO of Burton Snowboards, knows many of her employees want to go to Washington to protest Donald Trump's inauguration. "I knew a lot of them were going to be going anyway, and I just thought if I could help in some way, that would be meaningful."
"20.01.2017 10:00:01" cbc.ca Can breakfast help keep us thin? Nutrition science is tricky Cereal makers paid for studies in support of the belief that eating breakfast can help keep us thin. It's what you have for breakfast that matters.
"20.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca NewLeaf cancels more flights amid 'schedule change' Budget flight company NewLeaf has cancelled more flights in Ontario, B.C., Alberta and Nova Scotia for the next few weeks. If you're on these flights, it's worth double-checking your options.
"20.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Premier Rachel Notley appoints new cabinet minister, shuffles two other roles Alberta Premier Rachel Notley reconfigured her cabinet Thursday, appointing Shaye Anderson as minister of municipal affairs. Notley last shuffled her cabinet in February 2016.
"20.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca British PM makes case for 'global Britain' at Davos, despite Brexit British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to convince business leaders Thursday that the country remains committed to free trade and globalization despite last year's vote. "I want the U.K. to emerge from this period of change as a truly global Britain." - Theresa May
"20.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca 2 violent offenders charged with assaulting Dennis Oland in prison The Crown is proceeding by way of indictment, rather than the lesser summary offence of assault. There are few details on the nature of the assault.
"20.01.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Netflix streaming numbers grow as DVD-by-mail service wanes Originally cast in a starring role, Netflix's original DVD-by-mail service has been reduced to a bit player — one that may eventually get killed off. Netflix has more than 5.2 million streaming customers in Canada.
"20.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Like humans, capuchin monkeys can determine probability, study finds A study from the University of Toronto has found that capuchin monkeys are capable of statistical reasoning, which could suggest the ability evolved much earlier than expected. Humans and monkeys can do a lot of math without realizing it.
"20.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Watch Mexico's 'fire' volcano blast its top again Dramatic video showed Colima spewing ash, smoke and incandescent material early Wednesday morning. The volcano is one of the country's most active. It's a stunning sight.
"20.01.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Manitoba premier blames Saskatchewan for flood woes An extremely snowy winter is raising flooding fears on the Prairies as well as tension between Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Manitoba works with neighbouring American states on water management but hasn't received much help from Saskatchewan.
"20.01.2017 03:00:00" Syrian girl gets new prosthetic See the smile on this young Syrian refugee's face as she walks with the new prosthetic limb that replaces the leg she lost in the war.
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"20.01.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Canadian politicians in D.C. to mark Trump inauguration Canadian politicians will be in Washington Friday for the inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump and hob nob at an exclusive bash to celebrate Canada-U.S relations. Poutine, tourtière, and Timmies will be on menu at the Canadian Embassy.
"20.01.2017 02:00:35" Putting harsh words on display 'I Don't Say Retard': How an Alberta student campaign is tackling hurtful slurs.
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"20.01.2017 02:00:01" The National for Thursday, Jan. 19 LIVE: The National for Thursday, Jan. 19
"20.01.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Man saves wife after terrifying plunge into frozen lake A man jumped repeatedly back into the frigid water of a west Quebec lake to save his wife's life after the snowcat the couple was driving plunged through the ice Wednesday night. "At one moment she said, 'That's it, I'm going to die... I'm not going to see me kids again.'"
"20.01.2017 01:00:57" cbc.ca Father and son file $4M lawsuit against Toronto transit over violent confrontation A father and son who were caught on camera in an altercation with transit enforcement officers two years ago are suing the TTC for $4 million. The pair were involved in a violent brawl with 2 TTC special constables after an NHL game.
"20.01.2017 00:31:43" cbc.ca Troops enter Gambia as defeated ruler clings to power West African troops have entered Gambia in a bid to depose the country's defeated ruler, who is still clinging to power after a newly elected president was sworn in Thursday. "This is a day no Gambian will ever forget in a lifetime," - Adama Barrow, the new president of Gambia.
"20.01.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Quebec minimum wage to go up to $11.25. Is it enough? Quebec's minimum wage will go up by 50 cents in May. It will be the first of several increases to bring minimum wage up to $12.45 per hour by 2020. Roughly 350,600 Quebecers will benefit from the increase.
"19.01.2017 23:49:06" LIVE Q&A: CBC's Steve D'Souza takes your questions from a Trump protest in New York City
"19.01.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Genworth follows CMHC's lead and hikes premiums for mortgage insurance Genworth, the largest private mortgage insurer in Canada, has matched the CMHC's move earlier this week to hike premiums. Increases take effect on March 17.
"19.01.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Why ants might be better at navigating than you More than that, ants can separate the direction that they are going from what they are seeing. The secret world of ants.
"19.01.2017 22:32:35" cbc.ca 'He is hip-hop:' Obama praised as America's first hip-hop commander-in-chief Not only is President Barack Obama the first black president of the U.S., but it's safe to say he has been America's first hip-hop commander-in-chief, for his embracing of the genre and its artists. "It will probably be a long time before we see another president do something like this." - Rapper Ice Cube
"19.01.2017 22:04:23" cbc.ca Trump presidency could lead to more 'stable' U.S. foreign policy, Stephen Harper says Former prime minister Stephen Harper says he is taking a "glass half full" approach to the ascendancy of Donald Trump to the White House. Former PM believes large, multilateral trade deals are now dead.
"19.01.2017 21:34:09" cbc.ca Major computer network outage left police officers 'flying blind' for hours The failure of a core computer network device prevented Mounties across Canada from accessing critical computer programs they need to do their jobs. Mounties had no access to criminal records, warrants or licence plate information.
"19.01.2017 21:00:01" cbc.ca Justin Trudeau's language blunder in Sherbrooke could have political fallout Justin Trudeau's town hall meeting in Sherbrooke Tuesday was supposed to be a chance to reconnect with voters. It turned into a misstep that could have political consequences for him in the next election. PM could pay price for not speaking English at Quebec town hall meeting.
"19.01.2017 20:31:03" cbc.ca Kevin O'Leary is way too boring to be called Canada's Donald Trump: Opinion If Kevin O'Leary wasn't famous, he would be among the most uninteresting candidates running for the Conservative leadership "To call Kevin O'Leary 'Canada's Donald Trump' is to grossly overstate how interesting O'Leary is." – Robyn Urback, CBC opinion columnist.
"19.01.2017 20:01:13" How to confront hate speech online Q&A: CBC's Asha Tomlinson and cultural critic and journalist Septembre Anderson and Dr. Barbara Perry respond to your questions and comments on dealing with online racism.
"19.01.2017 20:00:36" cbc.ca Celebrity reality check: why anti-Trump entertainers are being tuned out As stars pour out in protests around the inauguration, research suggests celebrities rarely have the power to substantially change people's political opinions Do the voices of celebrities lining up to oppose Donald Trump matter?
"19.01.2017 19:31:32" cbc.ca Man admits to swindling Alanis Morissette of nearly $5M US The former business manager for Alanis Morissette admitted embezzling more than $7 million from the singer and other celebrities and agreed to plead guilty to federal charges, prosecutors said Wednesday. Jonathan Todd Schwartz agreed to plead guilty to federal wire fraud and tax evasion charges.
"19.01.2017 19:00:11" cbc.ca Beware the winter vomiting bug. The flu shot doesn't make a dent in it It's been a bad flu season this year in B.C., and with it comes the inevitable complaints on social media of people who got the flu shot and got sick anyway. "Stomach flu" isn't the flu.
"19.01.2017 18:41:13" Russia, Trump and the new world order CBC's Susan Ormiston took your questions on Russia, Trump and the new world order live from Moscow's Red Square.
"19.01.2017 18:30:16" cbc.ca Neil Young among artists, activists urging Trudeau government to reform electoral system A collection of activists, political players and artists — including musician Neil Young — is calling on Justin Trudeau's Liberal government to keep its promise to implement a new federal electoral system in time for the 2019 election. A collection of activists is calling on the Liberal government to keep its promise for a new electoral system in time for the 2019 election.
"19.01.2017 18:01:06" cbc.ca Despite Trump's tweets, some Mexicans say 'give him a chance' Despite the chaos he's created for their country, some Mexicans cling to the hope that Donald Trump's presidency won't be as bad for their country as they fear. "We're like brothers. We are family." – Valeria Santana, on the relationship between Mexico and the U.S.
"19.01.2017 17:30:36" Snooping for tax cheats on social media The CRA is checking Facebook feeds in an effort to find tax cheats. www.cbc.ca/1.3941416
"19.01.2017 17:01:29" cbc.ca In the Year of the Rooster, China's leadership sizes up Trump Leaders in China wonder whether they should take the incoming U.S. president's pronouncements seriously, writes Sasa Petricic. Seven-metre tall sculpture was commissioned by a Chinese shopping mall.
"19.01.2017 16:30:03" cbc.ca World's free trading nations could rally against Trump protectionism: Don Pittis The world's free trading nations must be prepared to play hardball as the U.S. threatens to tax their exports. Our biggest trade partner may find protectionism is not the answer. Canada must be prepared to play hardball with the U.S. on trade, says the CBC's Don Pittis.
"19.01.2017 16:00:37" cbc.ca Winnipeg-shot movie under fire for alleged animal abuse A national animal welfare group filed a complaint with Manitoba authorities after a video surfaced online showing a dog being forced into churning water during the production of the soon-to-be released film A Dog's Purpose. A video showing a dog handler forcing a German shepherd into churning water on the set of A Dog's Purpose surfaced yesterday.
"19.01.2017 15:30:40" cbc.ca Could the oilsands really be phased out? Here are the possibilities The prime minister's comments on phasing out the oilsands caused a political tempest in Alberta, but not much of a ripple in the business community. Because phasing out the oilsands would be really hard, very expensive and bad for the economy. If oilsands production were to stop, it wouldn't have much to do with government action, experts say.
"19.01.2017 15:03:36" First Nation suicide crisis news conference LIVE: Northern Ontario First Nations leaders and MP Charlie Angus address the suicide crisis. http://www.cbc.ca/1.3941439
"19.01.2017 14:31:51" cbc.ca People with allergies outraged by McDonald's nut decision People with allergies and those who care for them are outraged over a decision by McDonald's Canada to add nuts to some food items on its menu. Facebook and Twitter users say they're #NotLovinIt.
"19.01.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Neighbours say N.L. man accused of arson is quiet, reclusive A neighbour of Donald Craig MacHaight says she was shocked to learn that the man she drove to the grocery store has been accused of arson. Donald Craig MacHaight, 48, has been charged with setting three fires in in the Newfoundland town of Milltown-Head of Bay d'Espoir.
"19.01.2017 13:22:57" cbc.ca Avalanche buries Italian hotel, up to 30 missing A huge avalanche ploughed into a luxury mountain hotel in central Italy after a series of strong earthquakes rattled the area, and up to 30 people might be buried under the snow, officials said on Thursday. Heavy snow and a series of strong earthquakes in Italy triggered an avalanche at a luxury hotel.
"19.01.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca A look ahead to Obama-Trump meeting in the context of inauguration history Before he takes the oath of office Friday, Donald Trump will sit down with President Barack Obama for a traditional tea-or-coffee meeting and share a carpool ride to the Capitol — quaint rituals for two men with such a long, public rivalry. If tradition holds, Trump will wake up in the principal suite of Blair House, the White House's official guest mansion for every president-elect since Jimmy Carter.
"19.01.2017 12:30:00" A dad in Red Deer, Alta., has built what he's calling the ultimate winter playground.
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"19.01.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca CRA turning to 'big data' to focus its audits — and catch tax cheats The Canada Revenue Agency is scrutinizing the Facebook pages and other social media posts of people it believes are at "high risk" of cheating on their taxes. It's also rapidly expanding its use of cutting-edge big data techniques for everything from The Canada Revenue Agency is monitoring the Facebook and Twitter posts of some Canadians.
"19.01.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Inauguration to usher in a 'ringmaster president' and much uncertainty: Chris Hall Donald Trump, the candidate who campaigned as the political outsider, the candidate beholden to no one, is now one step away from the White House. The head of a family empire turned leader of the free world is at this point because he campaigned in Because it's Donald J. Trump, everything will be different. Hold on tight.
"19.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Obama's final clemency push a rare display of 'absolute' power None of the more than 230 convicted felons to have received pardons or commuted sentences from U.S. President Barack Obama will lose their newfound clemency. There's nothing the incoming administration can do to reverse Obama's executive decisions.
"19.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Bell Canada raising prices on home internet, TV packages Bell Canada is increasing monthly prices for a number of its residential communications services, including home TV and internet packages, beginning in February. "Price are already very, very high by international standards."
"19.01.2017 07:00:01" cbc.ca Will he be extradited? All eyes on Assange after Manning clemency The WikiLeaks founder said he would agree to U.S. extradition if Chelsea Manning was granted clemency. That's happened, so what's next for Julian Assange? After Chelsea Manning's sentence was commuted, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said he was still "happy to come to the U.S." if his rights can be guaranteed.
"19.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca NAFTA 'the 1st thing for us to deal with,' Trump's top trade man says The man U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has tapped to reshape the country's trade policy will soon send a letter to Canadian and Mexican officials. Wilbur Ross says he is pro-trade, so long as that trade benefits American workers first and foremost.
"19.01.2017 05:30:00" Out of the Den, into the fire Former 'Dragon' Arlene Dickinson has a frank assessment of Kevin O'Leary's bid for the Conservative leadership.
WATCH the full interview: https://youtu.be/EtWX7ZYl-pQ
"19.01.2017 05:00:01" cbc.ca Iranians size up Trump with cautious curiosity As Nahlah Ayed reports, some Iranians eager to learn more about the president-elect are having to start with Donald Trump's self-help books. A short drive from Tehran's imposing "Down with the U.S.A." mural, a small bookstore is doing a brisk business selling books by Donald Trump.
"19.01.2017 04:30:01" cbc.ca About 1 in 10 young people experienced depression at some point, StatsCan says About 11 per cent of Canadians between 15 and 24 have experienced depression, a Statistics Canada health report finds. A StatsCan's Health Report says Canadians 15 to 24 years old have a higher rate of depression than any other age group.
"19.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Sugar acts similarly to alcohol or cocaine in our brains, says neuroscientist It's the fine white powder that addicts blame for ruining their lives — and donuts are full of it. CBC Radio: The Current talks to a neuroscientist who says sugar addiction is real.
"19.01.2017 03:30:01" cbc.ca Samsung S5 phone catches fire on bedside table A Toronto man says he woke up to "massive flames shooting out the sides" of his Samsung S5 phone on Tuesday morning. The S5 model is not included in Samsung's recall.
"19.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Gorillas, monkeys and lemurs among primates facing extinction, report says Scientists say human's are to blame for the precarious survival prospects of our closest living relatives, a new international study warns. "The outlook is not very good."
"19.01.2017 02:30:01" cbc.ca Sick kids to get a night out at the movies in Halifax Halifax's children's hospital is transforming one of its auditoriums into a movie theatre for patients and their families. The new theatre will have 120 comfortable seats and movies are free.
"19.01.2017 02:00:13" LIVE: The National for Weds., Jan. 18, 2017 This is The National for Wednesday, January 18, 2017
"19.01.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Obama defends granting clemency to Chelsea Manning U.S. President Barack Obama firmly defended his decision to cut nearly three decades off Chelsea Manning's prison term. "Justice has been served."
"19.01.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca People with allergies outraged by McDonald's nut decision People with allergies and those who care for them are outraged over a decision by McDonald's Canada to add nuts to some food items on its menu. #NotLovinIt? The Skor McFlurry is the 1st product to contain non-packaged peanuts or tree nuts.
"19.01.2017 01:00:00" Would you eat seal meat? A Vancouver restaurant is now serving it as part of a food festival: ww.cbc.ca/1.3927668
"19.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca West African troops line Gambia's borders as outgoing president refuses to step down After more than two decades in power, Gambian President Yahya Jammeh faced the prospect of a midnight military intervention. Gambian President Yahya Jammeh once pledged to rule for a billion years.
"19.01.2017 00:00:00" Skating through the woods Jessi Spinney and Kyle Hicks discovered this unsual skating rink in Nova Scotia. A pond flooded into the woods and made for perfect skating conditions.
"18.01.2017 23:30:01" cbc.ca Bank pays up after student scammed out of $3K — twice When Remy Bradley contacted his bank to report losing $3,000 in a phishing scam, the Nova Scotia university student though he would be protected from further loss. The scam that Bradley fell for is all too common.
"18.01.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Attack on prosecutor further erodes Cancun's reputation for safety A violent attack in Cancun, Mexico, has further undermined the area's reputation as an island of peace amid the turbulence of Mexico's drug war. "The drug dealing in this club was absolutely off the wall." — John Michael Foye, who escaped the club shooting.
"18.01.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Vancouver strata blocks Moby Dick franchise from opening over 'offensive' name, lawsuit alleges A Vancouver business is suing its owners council for refusing to allow the opening of a Moby Dick fish and chips franchise over "offensive" name. Branding and signage were deemed inappropriate.
"18.01.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca 'Justice has been served': Obama defends granting clemency to Chelsea Manning U.S. President Barack Obama firmly defended his decision to cut nearly three decades off Chelsea Manning's prison term. Obama said Manning had already served a "tough prison sentence" for leaking documents: www.cbc.ca/1.3940915
"18.01.2017 21:30:01" cbc.ca World temperatures hit new high in 2016 for 3rd year in row From unprecedented highs in India to ice melt in the Arctic, the heat is creeping closer to a ceiling set for global warming. Among last year's extreme weather events, wildfires in Alberta were the costliest natural disaster in Canada's history.
"18.01.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Mexico nightclub shooting was for 'not falling in line': source A chilling message appearing on banners in the Mexican resort town of Playa del Carmen appears to take aim at one of the Toronto organizers of the BPM music festival. Warnings posted in Playa del Carmen point to a possible cartel connection.
"18.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Contaminated mine 'an embarrassment to Canada', says Yukon judge Yukon Supreme Court Justice Ron Veale has delivered a strongly-worded 'wake up call' to Canadian taxpayers, who are now on the hook for another expensive mine cleanup in Yukon - the abandoned Mount Nansen site. "This case stands as a painful reminder of the lasting and egregious damage that unscrupulous and unchecked profiteering can bring about in the mining sector." – Yukon Supreme Court Justice Ron Veale.
"18.01.2017 20:00:01" cbc.ca Trump won't evict press corps, says he doesn't like tweeting U.S. president-elect Donald Trump plans to select the media representatives who are given access to the presidential press briefing room, but will not move the room out of the White House, he said in interview with Fox News broadcast on Wednesday. "Look, I don't like tweeting... But I get very dishonest media, very dishonest press. And it's my only way that I can counteract." – Donald Trump.
"18.01.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Ontario's 'ban' on carding isn't really a ban at all: Opinion We may see some reduction in arbitrary pedestrian carding, but we still have a long way to go before we'll see meaningful improvements in relations with police. We should see new carding rules in Ontario as just one step to address discrimination in policing, says opinion columnist Akwasi Owusu-Bempah.
"18.01.2017 19:24:30" Obama's final press conference U.S. President Barack Obama takes questions in his final news conference as president.
"18.01.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Jose Bautista makes 1-year deal with Blue Jays worth $18M After losing Edwin Encarnacion to Cleveland, the Blue Jays retained their other free-agent slugger by signing Jose Bautista to a one-year guaranteed contract worth $18 million US with two mutual option years, the team announced Wednesday. That sound you hear is Jays fans breathing a sigh of relief.
"18.01.2017 18:30:01" cbc.ca About 1 in 10 young people experienced depression at some point, StatsCan says About 11 per cent of Canadians aged 15 to 24 experienced depression at some point in their lives, and fewer than half of them sought professional help for a mental health condition over the previous year, according to Statistics Canada. More young people with depression turned to friends or family for support than to a professional.
"18.01.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Justin Trudeau faces heat over decision to speak French only at town hall Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says in retrospect, maybe he should have answered in English when asked questions in that language at last night's town hall meeting in Sherbrooke, Que. Trudeau says in retrospect, maybe he should have answered questions in English.
"18.01.2017 17:30:01" cbc.ca How Tehran sees Trump: Get-rich guru gets another look as antagonistic U.S. president-elect A short drive from Tehran's imposing "Down with the U.S.A." mural, a small bookstore is doing a brisk business selling books by Donald Trump. As Nahlah Ayed reports, some Iranians eager to learn more about the president-elect are having to start with his From the CBC's Nahlah Ayed in Iran.
"18.01.2017 17:00:01" cbc.ca ISIS driven out of eastern Mosul, area now under government control Elite Iraqi forces have driven Islamic State fighters from all districts of eastern Mosul they were tasked with recapturing, their commanding officer said on Wednesday, bringing almost all of the city's eastern half under government control. Iraqi forces are still battling militants in the northeast part of Mosul.
"18.01.2017 16:30:13" cbc.ca 'We are relaxed because we are winning again': Russia welcomes an unconventional Trump Russia waits cautiously to see if the compliments U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has ushered its way will bear fruit, but Vladimir Putin's foes warn the Russian president could out-manipulate Trump, the CBC's Susan Ormiston writes from Moscow. From the CBC's Susan Ormiston in Moscow.
"18.01.2017 16:00:01" cbc.ca Bank pays up after student scammed out of $3K — twice When Remy Bradley contacted his bank to report losing $3,000 in a phishing scam, the Nova Scotia university student though he would be protected from further loss. So the 19-year-old was shocked to discover another $3,000 missing from his account the Remy Bradley protected his account after getting caught by a phishing scam. But then he had more money stolen.
"18.01.2017 15:30:01" cbc.ca Alt-right leader Richard Spencer says Trump is 'first step' toward identity politics Alt-right leader Richard Spencer says Trump is not "the answer" but is the "first step" toward identity politics. "Donald Trump's movement, whether Kellyanne Conway wants to admit it or not, was fundamentally about identity for white people." – Richard Spencer, alt-right leader.
"18.01.2017 15:01:12" cbc.ca Baby won't stop crying? A new study says try acupuncture Researcher Kajsa Landgren is the author of a new study in Sweden which used acupuncture to treat colic. She says sticking babies with tiny needles can actually help them stop crying. Some doctors are cautioning that the sample size was too small to draw conclusions.
"18.01.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca George H.W. Bush in hospital for shortness of breath Former U.S. president George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized in Houston since the weekend after he experienced a shortness of breath, a family spokesman said on Wednesday. Bush, 92, is in stable condition and expected to be released 'soon', a spokesperson said.
"18.01.2017 14:00:01" cbc.ca Nursing home allows Alzheimer's patient to leave with man once accused of defrauding her Secure units at nursing homes are meant to keep patients with dementia in, but a family is now questioning who is responsible for keeping others out after an 81-year-old Newfoundland woman with Alzheimer's was allowed to leave in the company of a man once "This is a person we identified as a target to my mother, somebody who is not safe." – Tanya Connors, daughter of nursing home resident Ida Connors.
"18.01.2017 13:30:31" cbc.ca Delusional Anglos flounder in Tory French-language leadership debate: Opinion The real spectacle during the Conservative leadership debate in Quebec City was all the awful French. Listening to it, you had to ask yourself what in heaven's name these people are thinking. Opinion columnist Neil Macdonald calls it a failure to communicate.
"18.01.2017 13:03:43" cbc.ca O'Leary makes it official: he's running to be federal Conservative leader It's finally official: Kevin O'Leary will run to be leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. After months of flirting with the idea, he picked the morning after the French leadership debate to declare his candidacy in a video on his Facebook page. BREAKING: Kevin O'Leary makes late entry into Conservative leadership race
"18.01.2017 13:00:45" cbc.ca Spray-painted threat in Playa del Carmen takes aim at BPM festival, saying it 'didn't get in line' As Mexican authorities investigate possible motives behind a fatal shooting at a nightclub in Playa del Carmen on Monday, a chilling message that appeared in the coastal resort city appears to take aim at someone affiliated with the BPM festival, which The spray-painted banner, or narcomanta, was signed "El Fayo Z, old school."
"18.01.2017 12:30:01" cbc.ca Trump as job creator — reality or just reality TV with lots of spin? President-elect Donald Trump hasn't even taken office yet but, according to his version of events he's already been busy creating lots of jobs, particularly in the auto sector. Critics say many of these announcements had nothing to do with Trump. President-elect Donald Trump is taking credit for bringing jobs back from Mexico. Critics say his claims aren't based in reality.
"18.01.2017 12:01:00" cbc.ca 'Je vais répondre en français' Trudeau tells anglophone at Sherbrooke town hall At Tuesday night's town hall in Sherbrooke Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answered questions ranging from local concerns about public transit to the upcoming federal pot legislation, and he answered them all in French — because, "we're in Quebec." Justin Trudeau spoke only French at a town hall in Sherbrooke, Que., despite English questions.
"18.01.2017 11:15:00" cbc.ca Facebook's crackdown on fake news spreads to Germany With Germany's federal election looming, Facebook has announced new tools to help curb the spread of misinformation in that country. If enough people flag a post as 'fake news,' it may be sent to fact-checkers and appear lower in your News Feed.
"18.01.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Ontario orders licence plates from Nova Scotia after run of defective plates Since 2012, thousands of vehicle owners around the province have had their plates blister, peel or fade. The faulty Ontario plates have been a long-standing issue for vehicle owners around the province.
"18.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian oilpatch worried by possible Trump border tax on crude Canadian oil industry leaders are trying to get a better idea what the impact of a new import tax in the United States would be on Canada's energy sector. The energy sector is worried about the possibility of a U.S. import tax.
"18.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Iran's Rouhani says talk of renegotiating nuclear deal 'meaningless' Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday U.S. president-elect Trump could not unilaterally cancel the nuclear deal Tehran signed with world powers. "The president-elect has shown he is not happy about the nuclear deal, calling it the worst deal ever signed. This is only empty talk," Rouhani said.
"18.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca 'Bullies' next door: B.C. lumber town hopes reinvented sawmill will help Trump-proof community Bracing for uncertainty under the new U.S. administration, British Columbia's lumber producers are working out ways to Trump-proof the industry. B.C. exported $1.14-billion worth of lumber to China in 2015.
"18.01.2017 05:00:01" cbc.ca 3 arrested near North Dakota pipeline protest site The three unidentified people were accused of cutting security wire, removing fencing material and dismantling lights. Police have arrested 589 protesters since Aug. 10.
"18.01.2017 04:30:01" cbc.ca Cubans worry Trump could dash island's economic hopes Cubans are anxious about what the new U.S. administration might have in store for their country. Sentiments range from cynicism that Trump will have any bearing at all on Cuba to worry that he'll undo Obama's symbolic moves to normalize relations.
"18.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca #DoesItFart? Scientists compile database of which animals pass gas Researchers from around the world have contributed their animal fart knowledge through a Google spreadsheet and Twitter hashtag. Fart knowledge shared around the world.
"18.01.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Ice crack forces British to close Antarctic research station before end of winter British scientists have decided to close the Halley VI Research Station in Antarctica for the winter amid concerns about safety. There's no risk to the people currently at the station.
"18.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Preserving video game history is about more than nostalgia Preservationists are playing a real-life time trial to preserve parts of video gaming's history before it disappears forever. Games have to preserved across generations of new hardware, which is harder than it sounds.
"18.01.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca RCMP investigating alleged leak of shipbuilding info by vice-admiral: sources The RCMP are investigating a claim that Canada's second-highest military commander leaked classified data involving the navy's requirements for new frigates. Mystery still shrouds the sudden removal of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.
"18.01.2017 02:00:13" This is The National for Tuesday, January 17, 2017 The National for Tues., Jan. 17, 2017
"18.01.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca 'He's got a big mouth, like me:' Soul singer Sam Moore signs on for Trump inauguration concert Sam Moore of the soul duo Sam and Dave has been added to the list of performers for President-elect Donald Trump's inaugural events. "Whether you agree with him or not, he's going to say what's on his mind."
"18.01.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca McDonald's Canada warns all products may now come in contact with nuts McDonald's Canada has started serving its first product containing peanuts or tree nuts that do not come in an individual package. If you have an allergy to nuts, watch out.
"18.01.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Inauguration sets tone for presidency — but doesn't always go as planned Nixon had dead pigeons, Jackson had a drunken mob. It's anyone's guess what to expect at Trump's inauguration. Administrations have gone to great lengths to avoid embarrassing incoming president during the inauguration.
"18.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Facebook's crackdown on fake news spreads to Germany With Germany's federal election looming, Facebook has announced new tools to help curb the spread of misinformation in that country. Germany threatens to fine social media sites if they don't take down fake or defamatory news within 24 hours.
"18.01.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Calgary police union head and another officer criminally charged over violent arrest Calgary Police Association president Les Kaminski has been criminally charged with perjury and assault with a weapon. The other officer, Const. Brant Derrick, was charged with assault causing bodily harm.
"17.01.2017 23:30:01" cbc.ca Saskatchewan and Ottawa reach deal on health care Saskatchewan and the federal government have reached a health-care deal, allowing the province to get new federal money for home care and mental health. Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia completed deals in December.
"17.01.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Jose Bautista strikes 1-year deal with Blue Jays: reports The Blue Jays have retained one of their free-agent sluggers as Jose Bautista followed Edwin Encarnacion's recent signing with Cleveland by returning to Toronto on Tuesday, agreeing to a reported one-year guaranteed contract with mutual option years. "I'd be stupid to leave. I love the city."
"17.01.2017 22:30:01" cbc.ca Obama commutes Chelsea Manning's prison sentence U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday commuted the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning, the former U.S. military intelligence analyst who is serving 35 years in prison. Obama's decision "could quite literally" save Manning's life.
"17.01.2017 22:07:53" cbc.ca Canada's spy agency warns of risk to energy firms from cyber, bomb attacks Canada's main spy agency last year warned energy companies about an increasing risk of cyber espionage. "You should expect your networks to be hit if you are involved in any significant financial interactions with certain foreign states."
"17.01.2017 21:23:50" cbc.ca Kevin O'Leary to enter Conservative leadership race tomorrow The Montreal-born anglophone will launch his campaign in Toronto only hours after skipping the French-language debate. BREAKING
"17.01.2017 21:00:05" cbc.ca Why are all virtual assistants women?: Opinion Why does this matter? Because it reinforces a power dynamic that we simply can't overlook: virtual assistants are designed to be subservient. Siri. Alexa. Amy Ingram. What's with all the female virtual assistants?
"17.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca 'We will turn on him so quick': Rust Belt voters who put faith in Trump expect results Donald Trump won the U.S. election by breaking down Hillary Clinton's "blue wall," the handful of Rust Belt states that were considered reliably Democratic but switched over to the Republicans. But as CBC News discovered on a recent trip to Pennsylvania, CBC News visited Pennsylvania, where voters decided to give Donald Trump a chance to bring back jobs.
"17.01.2017 20:02:39" cbc.ca Enormous alligator spotted in Florida nature reserve Visitors to Florida's Circle B Bar Reserve in Lakeland, Fla., get a thrill when a massive alligator strolls by in front of them. That's some 'gator, Circle B Bar Reserve.
"17.01.2017 19:30:32" cbc.ca Oxfam inequality figures don't tell whole story about Canadians' wealth Canada's middle class has the feeling it's being left behind. But Oxfam's measure of inequality, but those figures don't tell the whole story about the Canadian situation, critics say. Rich man, poor man.
"17.01.2017 19:01:00" cbc.ca Orphan Black, Schitt's Creek, Kim's Convenience up for Canadian Screen Awards Attention CloneClubbers, SchittHeads and fans of that Jungchee bromance: your favourites are headed for the red carpet. Orphan Black, Schitt's Creek and Kim's Convenience, along with films It's Only the End of the World and Race, lead nominees for the Awards will be handed out March 12 at a gala hosted by Howie Mandel.
"17.01.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau falls short on commitment to Grassy Narrows mercury problems, chief says The chief of Grassy Narrows says both Ontario and Canada must commit to cleaning up the mercury contamination in the northern Ontario First Nation, not just further study. Trudeau says the federal government will work with Ontario to "remedy" mercury contamination in Grassy Narrows.
"17.01.2017 17:57:35" cbc.ca Outage knocks Air Canada's airport check-in software temporarily offline Air Canada experiences software problems that briefly halt all kiosk operations at airports across the country. Multiple airports affected. Air Canada says issue has been resolved.
"17.01.2017 17:00:56" cbc.ca Breakfast with the Tories: Chris Alexander learns to tread carefully CBC columnist Neil Macdonald talk past mistakes and future plans with Conservative leadership hopeful Chris Alexander. You get the impression Chris Alexander wishes the Harper years would fade more quickly from memory, writes the CBC's Neil Macdonald in this opinion column.
"17.01.2017 16:00:13" cbc.ca Woman wanted in Alberta animal cruelty case reportedly living in Jamaica A woman wanted in connection with one of the biggest seizures of animals on the Prairies has left Canada and is living in Jamaica, according to animal welfare workers there. April Irving has had hundreds of dogs seized and has outstanding arrest warrants in Alberta for injuring or endangering animals.
"17.01.2017 15:31:22" cbc.ca Obama the citizen: What's next for the outgoing president Barack Obama will have a new address in the district not far from his current White House digs and new presidential library breaking ground in his hometown of Chicago. He'll also have new opportunities to shave some strokes off his golf score and a new "Sleep, take my wife on a nice vacation — and she has said it better be nice. Because she's earned it." – Barack Obama, on his plans for after Jan. 20.
"17.01.2017 15:00:34" cbc.ca 'A pretty bad metric': Dow Jones hitting 20,000-point milestone is meaningless The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a terrible way of measuring the economy and the stock market, experts agree, which is why its imminent 20,000-point milestone is meaningless. #Dow20K? Economists really don't care.
"17.01.2017 14:30:15" cbc.ca As world elite gather in Davos, backlash grows against top-down solutions: Don Pittis Voters seem to think it's time to stop counting on the rich, famous and powerful to tell us what to do. But the populist backlash against elites is no substitute for working out solutions from the ground up. Xi Jinping will be the first Chinese president and Communist Party general secretary to attend the Davos conference.
"17.01.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca 'I was screaming,' woman says of 'painful' eyelid surgery by suspected fake doctor "When she cut my eyelid, it felt very painful," an ESL student who thought Zhou (Sabrina) Li was a doctor said when she went to her basement clinic in Delta in October for eye lift surgery. CBC News spoke with a woman who claims she had surgery at an illegal basement clinic in Delta, B.C.
"17.01.2017 13:30:32" cbc.ca Facing Trump-Putin axis, Ukraine turns to a white knight — Chrystia Freeland Can Canadian Foreign Minister and firm Putin critic Chrystia Freeland offer hope to isolated, war-burdened Ukraine? It's a long shot, Don Murray suggests, given the priorities of protecting Canada's trade interests. Canada's new foreign affairs minister is a descendant of Ukrainians and a fierce critic of Vladimir Putin's wars.
"17.01.2017 13:00:47" cbc.ca 1 person in custody as Milltown school burns, reports of flames at town hall, RCMP station One person is in custody, as several buildings in Milltown and Bay d'Espoir, on Newfoundland's south coast, burned Tuesday morning. Fire ripped through several buildings in a Newfoundland town, including a school, a town hall and an RCMP building.
"17.01.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Theresa May spells out plans for 'hard Brexit' Britain will not seek a Brexit deal that leaves it "half in, half out" of the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May will say on Tuesday in a speech setting out her priorities for divorce talks which indicates she is prepared to leave the single market. Britain will not seek a Brexit deal that leaves it "half in, half out" of the EU.
"17.01.2017 12:04:35" cbc.ca Winnipeg waitress gets $1K tip Winnipeg server Jennifer Peitsch says working in restaurants there's a great tip and then there's a completely life-changing tip. It wasn't a mistake.
"17.01.2017 11:33:00" cbc.ca Internal document raises possibility of 'Netflix tax' With the federal budget just weeks away, a document has surfaced showing the Liberal government has been studying whether to enforce sales taxes on foreign firms that sell digital services through the web to Canadians. The Liberals are considering enforcing sales taxes on foreign digital vendors such as Netflix.
"17.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Crowds turn out for Justin Trudeau's town hall in Nova Scotia Thousands of Nova Scotians from all walks of life gathered at a town hall meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Dartmouth Sportsplex Monday evening. Demand to see Trudeau prompted organizers to move the community meeting to the 3,000-seat arena within the Sportsplex.
"17.01.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca A 'gentle giant': DJs and clubgoers remember a Toronto security guard killed in Mexico A well-known security guard in downtown Toronto's club scene was one of five people killed Monday morning after a shooting broke out at a nightclub in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, during a music festival. "His career in keeping people safe was his passion."
"17.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca #DoesItFart? Scientists compile database of which animals pass gas Researchers from around the world have contributed their animal fart knowledge through a Google spreadsheet and Twitter hashtag. Guest host Helen Mann speaks To some biologists, animal flatulence is serious science.
"17.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Live streaming a movie is 'harrowing stuff:' Woody Harrelson on Lost in London Live Woody Harrelson is trying to do something that's never been done before, although he's starting to realize why his feat would be a first: he plans to spend the early hours of Friday shooting a full-length comedy that will be broadcast as it happens. The actor plans to spend the early hours of Friday shooting a full-length film which will be broadcast as it happens in over 550 cinemas in the U.S.
"17.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Former Alberta oilpatch workers hesitant to return as activity picks up Drilling and service companies are struggling to find qualified workers for a busier than expected oilpatch right now. Insiders say while more money may help, it's the uncertainty that's the real problem. "To entice someone back [to Alberta], people are going to be leery. They're not going to leave these secure jobs, move back to Alberta and take an average wage."
"17.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca 'Insurance for everybody': Trump vows to improve on Obamacare U.S. president-elect Donald Trump aims to replace Obamacare with a plan that would envisage "insurance for everybody," he said in an interview with the Washington Post published on Sunday night. The plan would include "lower numbers, much lower deductibles," Trump said without elaborating.
"17.01.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Samsung Group chief faces arrest, accused of paying millions in bribes South Korea's special prosecutors' office said it will seek a warrant to arrest the head of Samsung Group, the country's biggest conglomerate, as a corruption scandal engulfing President Park Geun-hye escalated on Monday. He's accused of paying multimillion dollar bribes to a friend of South Korea's president.
"17.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Sending out an SOS could soon mean using text, photos and videos to contact 911 You may soon be able to text 911 for help, send a photo depicting damage from an emergency or even share video of a bad guy fleeing a scene. But a public health expert says Canadians should be questioning the reliability of the 911 service we already 911 could be getting an upgrade.
"17.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Hamilton man killed in Mexican nightclub shooting The Canadian nightclub industry is mourning Kirk Wilson, a veteran in event security who died in a shooting at a music festival in Mexico early Monday. Friends have identified Kirk Wilson from Hamilton as one of five people killed in a shooting at the BPM electronic music festival.
"17.01.2017 03:30:00" Controversial Donald Trump art Donald Trump has become the inspiration for many performers and artists around the world, but he's not amused.
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"17.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Trump threatens 35% border tax on German autos U.S president-elect Donald Trump warned German car companies he would impose a border tax of 35 per cent on vehicles imported to the U.S. market, a plan that drew sharp rebukes from Berlin and hit the automakers' shares. "You can build cars for the United States, but for every car that comes to the U.S., you will pay 35 per cent tax," said Trump.
"17.01.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Bruce Springsteen cover band changes tune, won't play at Trump gala A Bruce Springsteen cover band has changed its tune about performing at a Washington gala the day before Republican Donald Trump's inauguration. The cover band's leader said the decision was based "solely on the respect and gratitude we have for Bruce and the E Street Band. That conquers everything else."
"17.01.2017 02:00:04" LIVE: The National for Mon., Jan. 16, 2017 This is The National for Monday, January 16, 2017
"17.01.2017 02:00:00" Colourful igloo brings Calgary neighbours together It took 3 years for neighbours in northeast Calgary to collect 600 milk cartons used to build this colourful igloo.
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"17.01.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Eugene Cernan, last astronaut to walk on moon, dead at 82 Eugene Cernan, the last astronaut to walk on the moon, an experience that he said made him "belong to the universe," died on Monday at the age of 82, the U.S. space agency said. He was also the second man to walk in space.
"17.01.2017 01:03:00" cbc.ca Ottawa signs territories to health funding deal Nunavut, Yukon and the Northwest Territories have signed bilateral deals with the federal government on health-care transfers. BREAKING:
"17.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca RCMP investigate damage to pipeline in northwest Alberta Police say they are investigating significant damage to an oilfield pipeline in northwest Alberta. Damage is estimated at $500,000 to $700,000, police say. RCMP received a report on Sunday about mischief at a pipeline site north of Hythe, Alta.
"17.01.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Oxfam inequality figures don't tell whole story about Canadians' wealth Canada's middle class has the feeling it's being left behind. But Oxfam's measure of inequality, but those figures don't tell the whole story about the Canadian situation, critics say. "Oxfam's figures, released on the eve of the Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland, are meant to grab headlines and draw attention to inequality around the world."
"16.01.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Joe Oliver fails to secure nomination to run as Ontario PC candidate Former federal finance minister Joe Oliver has lost his bid to become a Progressive Conservative candidate in the next Ontario election — one of several former Tory MPs to be passed over by local party members. The former MP was vying to become the PC candidate for York Centre ahead of the June 2018 Ontario election, but was defeated Sunday by lawyer Roman Baber.
"16.01.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Istanbul nightclub shooting suspect caught, Turkish media reports Turkish media reports say the suspect in the Istanbul nightclub attack has been captured by police. The suspect was caught in Istanbul's district of Esenyurt in a police operation late on Monday, according to Turkish media outlets.
"16.01.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca 'Everything is pretty good': Indigenous woman beats drugs, overcomes struggles to get to university Growing up in poverty can be challenging, and it's a familiar story to many urban Indigenous communities — especially those in Winnipeg's North End, including a mother of five who's now in university and hopes to mentor other women. After years of personal struggles, Candace Abdilla is a successful first-year university student and mom of five.
"16.01.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Orlando nightclub shooter's wife arrested by FBI: official The wife of the Orlando nightclub shooter was arrested by the FBI on Monday in connection with the attack, a U.S. law enforcement official told The Associated Press. Noor Salman was taken into custody in the San Francisco area and is facing charges in Florida, including obstruction of justice.
"16.01.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca The only skill needed to spin for Trump? A total lack of shame: Opinion They aren't there to engage in the healthy back-and-forth between government and the press. They're there to provoke the kind of hysterics that usually end up discrediting the media. "Spinning for Trump must be as terrifying as it is useless," writes Andrew MacDougall: OPINION
"16.01.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Former pro wrestler Jimmy Snuka, recently charged with murder, dead at 73 Former pro wrestler Jimmy (Superfly) Snuka, who earlier this month was found not competent to stand trial in the 1983 death of his girlfriend, has died at his son-in-law's home in Florida. He was 73. Murder charges in the cold case investigation of Snuka's former girlfriend's death were dropped last week.
"16.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Cargo plane crashes into village in Kyrgyzstan, killing at least 37 A Turkish cargo jet crashed near Kyrgyzstan's Manas airport on Monday, killing at least 37 people, most of them residents of a village struck by the Boeing 747 as it tried to land in dense fog, Kyrgyz officials said. The dead include people in the residential area adjacent to the airport as well as those on the plane.
"16.01.2017 20:00:32" cbc.ca Retrial for man accused of murdering young teen in mid-1980s in Winnipeg begins today The second trial for Mark Edward Grant, who's accused of killing 13-year-old Candace Derksen in a case that dates back to 1984, begins today in Winnipeg. A jury found Mark Edward Grant guilty of second-degree murder in 2011, but a new trial was ordered in 2013.
"16.01.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Hard Brexit details send British pound to hard landing under $1.20 US The British pound falls to its lowest since 1985 after speculation ramps up that British Prime Minister Theresa May will lay out her plans for a so-called "hard Brexit" from the EU to European lawmakers tomorrow. The British pound drops to its lowest since 1985 as Theresa May is to outline her Brexit plan.
"16.01.2017 19:00:31" The High Cost of Pharmaceuticals In Canada, this cancer drug costs more than $80,000. In New Zealand, patients pay just $5.
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"16.01.2017 18:30:36" cbc.ca 'Our survival' is at stake, says Canadian teen helping American youth sue U.S. over climate change All his life, Jacob Lebel has felt a special connection to the land, in rural Quebec where he was born and in Oregon where he now farms. Lebel, 19, has joined a group of American young people who are suing the U.S. government, alleging their Quebec-born Jacob Lebel, 19, now lives in Oregon and he's joining American youth in suing the U.S. government over climate change.
"16.01.2017 18:01:34" cbc.ca Ethics watchdog investigates Trudeau's vacation in the Bahamas Canada's ethics commissioner has launched an investigation into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's family vacation to the Aga Khan's private island home in the Bahamas. Ethics commissioner Mary Dawson will review the prime minister's use of the Aga Khan's helicopter to ferry him to a private island.
"16.01.2017 17:30:38" cbc.ca Average house price in Canada rises at slowest annual pace in 2 years in December, up 3.5% The average price of a Canadian home continues to move higher, but there are signs of a slowdown, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association. House prices in December increased at the slowest annual pace in 2 years.
"16.01.2017 17:00:02" cbc.ca Why Kathleen Wynne is so unpopular, and what can she do about it With Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne currently at a rock-bottom approval rating, the optimistic view is she has nowhere to go but up. "She has lost that credibility with voters and once it's gone it's almost impossible to get back," researcher says.
"16.01.2017 16:31:02" cbc.ca OPEC begins cuts, U.S. producers pump more oil OPEC members began cutting production this month. In the United States, production jumped 175,000 barrels a day in just one week. U.S. oil production has steadily increased since prices began to recover in the fall.
"16.01.2017 16:00:07" cbc.ca 2nd-in-command of military 'temporarily' relieved of post The deputy commander of the Canadian military has been ordered replaced on a temporary basis. Vice-Admiral Mark Norman was relieved of his post Monday morning, but officials at National Defence are refusing to explain. Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, Canada's vice-chief of defence staff, has been relieved of duty without explanation.
"16.01.2017 15:30:36" cbc.ca Yukon home to first traces of humans in North America 24,000 years ago, research suggests Humans may have been living in Yukon's Bluefish Caves 10,000 years earlier than previously thought and may have been the first people in North America, new research from the University of Montreal suggests. Carbon dating suggests humans lived in Yukon 10,000 years earlier than previously thought.
"16.01.2017 15:00:24" cbc.ca Texting to 911 still not available to all deaf Canadians A special committee wants to make it easier for deaf, hard of hearing and speech impaired (DHHSI) Canadians to access 911 services by text during an emergency. All Canadians should be able to text 911 in an emergency, say deaf advocates. Newfoundland and Labrador is the only province without the service.
"16.01.2017 14:30:42" cbc.ca Trump calls Brexit 'great,' slams Germany's migrant policy U.S. president-elect Donald Trump says the U.K. was "so smart" for deciding to leave the European Union, and he believes other countries will follow Britain's lead. President-elect Donald Trump made the comments in a dual interview with the Times of London and Germany's Bild newspaper.
"16.01.2017 14:00:19" cbc.ca 2 Canadians among 5 dead after Mexican nightclub shooting Two Canadians, an Italian and a Colombian are among five people dead following a shooting and stampede at an electronic music festival in Mexico early Monday, authorities say. BREAKING: Gunman kills 5 people at music festival at the Playa del Carmen resort near Cancun.
"16.01.2017 13:30:06" cbc.ca Who's backing who in the Conservative leadership race Saskatchewan MP Andrew Scheer has the backing of the most former and current Conservative politicians, followed by Ontario MPs Erin O'Toole and Lisa Raitt and Quebec MP Maxime Bernier. But will the voting members agree with what the party establishment Andrew Scheer leads the endorsement race in the Conservative Party's leadership campaign, CBC poll analyst Éric Grenier says.
"16.01.2017 13:01:19" cbc.ca Douglas Garland murder trial begins Monday in deaths of Calgary couple and their grandson The triple murder trial for the man accused of killing five-year-old Nathan O'Brien and his grandparents will hear testimony from the boy's mother first, as the case gets underway Monday morning in Calgary. Douglas Garland is charged with 3 counts of 1st-degree murder in the deaths of Nathan O'Brien, 5, and his grandparents, Alvin and Kathy Liknes.
"16.01.2017 12:31:26" cbc.ca 'Secret order' authorizing RCMP's covert Cold War wiretapping program released after 65 years The "secret order" that authorized Canada's first warrantless domestic wiretapping program at the dawn of the Cold War threatened five years in prison to anyone who revealed the dragnet's existence, the newly released document shows. "Historians shouldn't have to go to the national media to access historical documents." – Dennis Molinaro, Trent University.
"16.01.2017 12:01:07" cbc.ca In final interview as president, Obama warns people not to 'underestimate' Trump In his final interview as U.S. president, Barack Obama touched on his sometimes controversial approaches to foreign policy in Israel, Russia and Syria, and the "unusual" transition between his administration and that of president-elect Donald Trump. Obama acknowledged it's been an "unusual" transition, adding, "I suspect the president-elect would agree with that."
"16.01.2017 11:32:04" cbc.ca Trump's credibility chasm is a threat to free markets: Don Pittis The idea that U.S. president-elect Donald Trump can make America great has caused markets to soar. But when truth has become so fragile, can free markets function? Can he make America great again?
"16.01.2017 11:09:19" cbc.ca Girl, 15, believed abducted in Mississauga found safe Peel Regional Police say a 15-year-old girl who they believe was abducted in Mississauga, Ont., on Sunday afternoon has been found in Toronto. Police searching for 2 male kidnappers
UPDATE: Missing girl, 15, found safe in Toronto after Amber Alert issued regarding alleged abduction in Mississauga.
"16.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian campuses see an alarming rise in right-wing populism Canada is not immune to the threats of extreme right-wing populism, and nowhere has this been more obvious than on Canadian university campuses, says Steven Zhou. "In the past few months alone, posters, flyers and other paraphernalia promoting hard right slogans have been found on campuses across the country": OPINION
"16.01.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Ontario drivers with unpaid speeding tickets to be denied licence plates Speeding scofflaws in Ontario will soon be feeling extra pressure to pay outstanding fines, as the province gives municipalities the power to deny them licence plates. People who have not paid fines for driving-based offences, such as speeding and careless driving, won't be able to get or renew their plates.
"16.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Enlisting Alberta First Nations to bolster pipeline monitoring A new program in the works at Alberta's research and development agency aims to improve pipeline monitoring and spill response by enlisting more Indigenous people. "If this is land that their families have lived on for thousands of years, they know the land better than anybody."
"16.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca How a small southern Alberta town became a drone hotspot If you have drones dropping off your mail in the future, you will have a small town in southern Alberta to thank. The village of Foremost just became the only place in Canada where companies can test drones at great heights.
"16.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Ontario man fights way up from bottom of lake in -30 C weather A Kenora, Ont., man escaped with minor injuries after plunging to the bottom of Lake of the Woods in a skid-steer loader earlier this month. "There was nobody around. All my guys were back at the shop" — Jake Garrow
"16.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca This Toronto artist learned English from comics books - now he's the force behind DC series 'Trinity' Growing up in Scarborough and born in the Philippines, Francis Manapul perfected his English inside the DC universe with the likes of Superman and Batman as his teachers. Now he's drawing his own life into the comic books His resume includes Necromancer, Tomb Raider, Sept Guerrieres, The Darkness and The Flash.
"16.01.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Jason Kenney campaign insider, Alan Hallman, says he was booted from PC Party The 'field organizer' for Jason Kenney's PC leadership campaign has been kicked out of the party and barred from attending events like Sunday's leadership debate. "I got an email at 11:08 p.m. where there were rumours before of it on Twitter, without my knowledge. I've had no input into this."
"16.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Tanker grounded for a week on N.S. shore has been floated free The grounded bunkering tanker Arca 1 has been freed from the coast of Little Pond, N.S., and is now tied to a dock in the Sydney harbour after being stranded for a week. The Arca 1's crew of six were removed from the tanker in a helicopter rescue last Sunday.
"16.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Are stiffer sentences the answer to drinking and driving? Some aren't so sure Experts are questioning whether a recent trend towards stiffer sentences for those who kill someone while drinking and driving are doing much to solve the problem. Experts favour graduated licensing programs with zero tolerance for alcohol on young drivers and administrative suspension powers accorded to the provinces.
"16.01.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Mosul University fully liberated by Iraqi troops An Iraqi military spokesman says government troops have fully liberated the sprawling complex of Mosul University, a major step in the massive operation to retake the Islamic State-held city of Mosul. It's the latest in a string of swift territorial gains in recent weeks by the U.S.-backed Iraqi military.
"16.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca 'The super-rich and the rest of us': 2 richest Canadians have wealth equal to 11 million poorest The two richest Canadians have the same amount of wealth as the poorest 30 per cent of the country combined, according to a new report from a group of international aid organizations. David Thomson and Galen Weston Sr. are as wealthy as the poorest 30 per cent of Canada combined, Oxfam calculates.
"16.01.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Hollywood gearing up for Women's March on Washington Major star power is behind the upcoming Women's March on Washington, D.C. Katy Perry, Cher, Scarlett Johansson, Amy Schumer and America Ferrera are among the celebrities planning to attend.
"16.01.2017 02:00:09" LIVE: The National for Sun., Jan. 15, 2017 This is The National for Sunday, January 15, 2017
"16.01.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Remembering Candace Derksen: Family braces for retrial of man accused of her murder Candace Derksen disappeared in Winnipeg on Nov. 30, 1984 at age 13. Candace could have been anyone's daughter, anyone's sister, anyone's childhood friend. She was a social butterfly who loved horses and her Mennonite faith.
"16.01.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Texts from the grave: Welcome to your social afterlife Now you can send audio, video and text messages to friends and family even years after you die, thanks to post-mortem digital communication services. Religion, folklore and film are riddled with stories of the dead trying to communicate with the living.
Technology has solved this problem.
"16.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Dear journalists: To cover Trump, remember I.F. Stone - Michael's essay The famous dictum of the diminutive gadfly and giant of journalism was "All governments lie." The President-elect played the reporters like a cheap violin. It was like watching a schoolyard bully kicking a supine opponent.
— Michael Enright.
"16.01.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Why Victoria and other Queens make for such good TV Mention the words "Queen Victoria" and an instant image of a dowdy widow comes to mind. That is not the Queen we will see in a new seven-part PBS series in which an 18-year-old Victoria dons the crown after the death of her uncle. Turns out we are amused by stories of women who wear the crown.
"15.01.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Deadly Brazil prison riot under control, officials say Security authorities said Sunday they have regained control of two Brazilian prisons where rioting inmates killed at least 10 people — the latest in a string of prison disturbances across the country. Police waited out the night before entering Brazil's largest prison following the country's latest deadly penitentiary riot.
"15.01.2017 23:00:00" Meet the writers behind Black Girls Magazine These girls created Black Girls Magazine because they didn't see themselves represented on newsstands.
"15.01.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Tablets found in vanilla ice cream were Advil, police say Officers have identified four tablets in vanilla ice cream someone was about to serve to their family as Advil. Niagara police say the pills were 400 mg Advil gel capsules.
"15.01.2017 22:00:01" cbc.ca Ukrainian envoy wants to know: Will Canada keep boots on the ground to deter Russia? Ukraine's envoy says his government is growing concerned about whether Canada will continue its military support to help the country deter Russian aggression. As thousands of American boots hit the ground at a new base in Poland, Canada's mission is set to expire at the end of March.
"15.01.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Now more than ever, Canada must join the chorus of support for the Iran nuclear deal: Opinion If Trump's destructive ambitions are left unchecked, his administration may be empowered to overturn other pacts more closely linked to Canadian interests. Efforts to restore diplomatic links between Ottawa and Tehran are ongoing.
"15.01.2017 21:00:01" cbc.ca Crumbling high court building in Ottawa due for repairs The parking garage is at risk of structural failure next year, and electrical and mechanical systems are at the end of their life. The Supreme Court's art-deco stone building is due for its 1st complete renovation since being built in 1938-39.
"15.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Carrie Fisher's Leia will not be re-created for future Star Wars films Making a rare rebuttal in the sprawling world of Star Wars speculation, Lucasfilm said Friday night that there are no plans to digitally recreate Fisher. Princess Leia will not live on on screen beyond Star Wars: Episode VIII, which was already shot at the time of Fisher's death.
"15.01.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Offensive trademark or reclaiming a stereotype? U.S. band fighting for its name in court The Slants aren't exactly a household name when it comes to music, but the Asian-American rock band has certainly made its mark in the legal world. The case has drawn attention because it could affect the Washington Redskins fight to keep the team's lucrative trademark protection.
"15.01.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca As Trudeau Liberals court millennials, will baby boomers feel sidelined? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been transforming the Liberal Party, making way for a younger, newer generation. Three ministers, all in their 60s, were shuffled out of cabinet, replaced by much younger colleagues.
"15.01.2017 19:00:01" cbc.ca 'You can't do that, man': Ottawa police investigating cyclist, car standoff video The video shows a car pushing up against a dismounted cyclist using his bike as a shield to hold his ground. It's unclear how the altercation began, or ended.
"15.01.2017 18:30:01" cbc.ca What small town Canadians and big city Canadians don't understand about each other We asked you to tell us what you think city-dwelling Canadians get wrong about rural life, and vice versa. "Living in downtown Toronto I would never go next door and ask my neighbour for a cup of sugar. It just wouldn't happen."
"15.01.2017 18:00:01" cbc.ca Why the 'Greatest Show on Earth' is not so great any more The circus has survived world wars and every kind of economic cycle, but in the past decade it has become clear it could be time to take down the Big Top for good. Send out the clowns. The Big Top is coming down — for good.
"15.01.2017 17:30:03" cbc.ca Gettin' QWERTY with it: Why the physical phone keyboard still matters to some You've probably switched over to typing on your smartphone's touch screen, but don't discount the physical QWERTY keyboard as dead just yet. Here's why. 'Button mashers' rejoice — BlackBerry's Mercury has a physical keyboard.
"15.01.2017 16:00:00" Kittens rescued from dump near Edmonton These kittens are looking for a new home, after being found in a dump near Edmonton: www.cbc.ca/1.3931527
"15.01.2017 15:01:03" cbc.ca Trump may be a 'clown,' but he was right about the media: Rolling Stone journalist Donald Trump struck a chord when he seized on Americans' distaste for political journalists during last year's U.S. presidential election campaign, author says. Rolling Stone columnist Matt Taibbi is very clear about that fact that he doesn't like Donald Trump, but he admits the president-elect got more than a few things right during his campaign.
"15.01.2017 13:30:01" cbc.ca Ringling Bros. closing curtain on namesake circus after 146 years After 146 years, the curtain is coming down on The Greatest Show on Earth. The owner of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus told The Associated Press that the show will close forever in May. The Greatest Show on Earth is coming to an end.
"15.01.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'It's really where my heart and my love of the game lies': Hayley Wickenheiser Hayley Wickenheiser has hung up her skates. Wickenheiser joined CBC Radio's Saskatchewan Weekend to talk about what's next for her in life after the game. "These decisions are never made easy or without a lot of thought."
"15.01.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Trump attacks civil rights icon before Martin Luther King Jr. day Donald Trump tore into civil rights legend John Lewis for questioning the legitimacy of the Republican billionaire's White House victory, intensifying a feud with the black congressman days before the national holiday honouring Martin Luther King Jr. and The weekend clash highlighted the sharp contrast between how many African-American view Trump's inauguration compared with Barack Obama's eight years ago.
"15.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Fort McMurray Walmart customers react to charges of selling wildfire-contaminated food Some Walmart customers are voicing their disappointment that the global retailer may have put lives at risk by allegedly selling food contaminated by the wildfire in Fort McMurray. Walmart Canada and four of its senior managers are facing 174 charges under the Alberta Public Health Act related to the sale of food contaminated during the wildfire.
"15.01.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Johnny Depp sues ex-managers alleging millions in losses Johnny Depp sued his former business managers Friday alleging they mismanaged his earnings throughout a lucrative period of his career, although the company says the actor's spending is to blame. Depp's lawsuit alleges the management company failed to properly pay his taxes, made unauthorized loans and overpaid for security and other services.
"15.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Prince and Canadian wife lived luxurious lifestyle, according to divorce file Prince's unsealed divorce file from his second marriage shows the couple lived a luxurious lifestyle that included spending $50,000 US per party after major awards ceremonies, a newspaper reported Friday. The Minneapolis Star Tribune went to court to unseal the files, arguing the information could shed light on Prince's painkiller use or the value of his estate.
"15.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca The week in pictures: Fire and ice and polar bear treats Take a dip into these striking images from around the world for the week of Jan. 7-13. The ice wall in of Liberec, Czech Republic is pretty cool.
"15.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Brie Larson, Jennifer Hudson to announce Oscar nominees The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Friday revealed actresses Brie Larson and Jennifer Hudson will be among those who announce Oscar nominees Jan. 24. The academy is ditching a live audience for the nomination announcements and will livestream them on its website.
"15.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Wax figures of all 44 US presidents go on the auction block If you've ever wanted a wax Rutherford B. Hayes — the 19th president of the United States — you're in luck. Auctioneer Randy Dickensheets takes us through the items up for bid from the Hall of Presidents & First Ladies in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. "Everything is there except for Mr. Thomas Jefferson, [who] is missing his left hand. And nobody knows where it went."
"15.01.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Ashes to ashes: Why more Islanders are choosing cremation When it comes to the end of the line, will you be "ashes to ashes," food for worms or something else? "Who wants to lie in the dirt and become worm food?"
"15.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Jennifer Holliday latest to pull out of Trump inauguration amid overwhelming backlash Broadway star Jennifer Holliday is the latest performer to pull out of Donald Trump's U.S. presidential inauguration, and those still slated to play are facing pressure to follow suit. Meanwhile, one man who desperately wants to be there has been told to The move comes a day after singer Paul Anka announced he would no longer be singing at the Jan. 20 ball.
"15.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Nova Scotia seafood industry gets a boost as China lowers tariffs Atlantic Canada's seafood industry is starting 2017 with a boost for the bottom line thanks to lower tariffs on seafood entering the booming China market. Lower tariffs on exports like crab, frozen halibut and albacore will leave more money in the pockets of seafood companies in 2017.
"15.01.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca 'Population is in real trouble': Cross-border conservation push to save monarch butterflies Researchers from the University of Guelph in Ontario have helped pinpoint locations of monarch butterfly breeding grounds with the hope of a multi-national conservation effort. Over the past 20 years, the monarch population has fallen by about 80 to 90 per cent, researchers say.
"15.01.2017 03:00:01" cbc.ca Another big ice storm set to hit U.S. Midwest, southern Plains Much of the U.S. Midwest and southern Plains is bracing for another ice storm this weekend. Several states have activated emergency procedures as they brace for up to 2.5 centimetres of ice accumulation in some locations. The weather system may affect Canada by Tuesday, but it won't be as bad for us as it will be for them.
"15.01.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Dianne Whelan is travelling Canada's Great Trail as a first step to reconciliation This year, the 24,000-km Great Trail, a network of recreational hiking trails connecting Canada's three coasts, will be completed as Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary. Dianne Whelan is travelling the trail every step of the way as a way of When all 432 of its trails are connected, the Great Trail will be among the longest in the world.
"15.01.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Iqaluit rescue teams act fast after man and dog team plunge through ice Jovan Simic got to see the generosity of the Iqaluit dog sledding community in action this week, after he and his team plunged through thin ice on a -35 C day. "The boots were soaked with water, so they slowly started turning to ice blocks. I realized I would have to act faster."
"15.01.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca ISIS, Iraqi forces battle for control of Mosul University Iraqi forces have won a string of swift territorial gains in Mosul in the fight against ISIS after four months of slow progress, but resistance from the militant group persists at various locations, including the city's university complex. The massive operation to retake Mosul from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria has captured about a third of the city since October.
"15.01.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Are meditation and mindfulness all they're cracked up to be? Meditation is touted as a panacea for lots of ailments. Here's what scientists have to say. There are claims that meditation can do everything from alleviate depression to treat post traumatic stress. But how much of this is based on reliable clinical research?
"15.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Terror, Trump and nationalism complicating Turkey's economic recovery Turkey is trying to stabilize its economy after recent terror attacks and an attempted coup this past summer. Will Erdogan's nationalistic strategies do the trick? Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said anyone in the country who had foreign currency should change it to Turkish lira to boost the economy.
"15.01.2017 00:00:00" Waddling penguins at the Zoo The penguins are at it again.
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"14.01.2017 23:30:01" cbc.ca In facing the public, will Trudeau go beyond talking points?: Aaron Wherry Aaron Wherry looks at whether the town hall format could become a way for political discussions to get beyond repetitive talking points. Might politicians feel obliged to give better answers when a roomful of voters, not political rivals, is asking the "Submitting himself to these forums now will at least make it noticeable if he becomes less willing to do so later." ANALYSIS
"14.01.2017 23:00:00" Do the zipper The Alberta Motor Association says the 'zipper merge' is the best way to reduce traffic congestion: www.cbc.ca/1.3930747
"14.01.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Covering Trump won't be easy, outgoing press secretary says While Obama's relationship with the White House press corps was not cordial, covering Donald Trump will 'pose a challenge for the media,' says outgoing press secretary Josh Earnest. "The important work that the media has to do to hold people in power accountable... is something that they're going to have to do in a different way now too."
"14.01.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Porter Airlines grounds all flights citing system outage All Porter flights have been grounded all of its flights due to a system outage, the airline says. BREAKING:
"14.01.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca President-elect 'to hear our voice and our concerns' at Washington civil rights march A week of protests ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration as U.S. president is kicking off on Saturday with a civil rights march in Washington by activists angry over the Republican's comments on minority groups including Muslims and Mexicans. Organizers estimate about 25,000 protesters will gather in Washington.
"14.01.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Because it's 2017: Why Dairy Farmers of Canada are ditching the cartoon cow Canada's dairy farmers are dumping their well-known cartoon cow trademark, in an effort to refresh and rebrand for changing times. So moove over big eyes: it's time for a more professional look. Canada's dairy farmers are moo-ving toward a more professional look.
"14.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau gets an earful from veteran, chiefs, disabled participant in London, Ont. Justin Trudeau fielded some tough questions from a crowd 1,500-strong in London, Ont., Friday night — with military, accessibility and First Nations issues resonating with the audience. "I've had to rely on my father to buy groceries and that is unacceptable," a veteran told Trudeau during the town hall discussion.
"14.01.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Carrie Fisher's Leia will not be re-created for future Star Wars films Making a rare rebuttal in the sprawling world of Star Wars speculation, Lucasfilm said Friday night that there are no plans to digitally recreate Fisher to appear in future episodes of the movie saga. The actress had finished shooting her role as Leia in Episode VIII, and it will be her last.
"14.01.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Obama showed a generation of black men they can be more than athletes and entertainers: Opinion For our parents, a black president was a fantasy. But for an entire group of kids, a black president is the only reality they've ever known. "Black students graduated high school at levels not seen in many people's lifetimes, and the number of unemployed African-Americans has gone down." OPINION
"14.01.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Maritime Ghostbusters group dresses up, looks for recruits An unconventional volunteer organization is looking for recruits across Atlantic Canada. Who ya gonna call?
"14.01.2017 18:30:01" cbc.ca Great deals to be had from stuff people send back to the store Hundreds of millions of items that Canadians send back to the store every year end up in landfill, not on the store's shelves to be resold. But retailers are realizing there's another way to make money from those items. Wondering what really happens to all those gifts you return to the store?
"14.01.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca What Trump presidency could mean for Canadian economy U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has vowed to bring jobs back from Mexico and China. Chris Hall looks at the likelihood he'll set his sights on Canada. "Trump's unpredictability, and his vanity, make it difficult for unions or anyone else to take what he says at face value." ANALYSIS
"14.01.2017 17:30:01" cbc.ca Texts from the grave: Welcome to your social afterlife Now you can send audio, video and text messages to friends and family even years after you die, thanks to post-mortem digital communication services. The digital afterlife is real.
"14.01.2017 17:00:01" cbc.ca Keep Ottawa's promise to La Loche, Sask., made after school shooting, principal tells PM The principal of the La Loche, Sask., high school marking the anniversary of a mass shooting this month met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to remind him of the help he promised when he visited the community a year ago. Leaders in the northern Saskatchewan community blasted the federal and provincial governments earlier this week for failing to provide enough social services.
"14.01.2017 16:30:21" This story got a lot of reaction from our readers. Do you do anything special with your bird feeders in the winter?
"14.01.2017 16:00:08" cbc.ca Quiz: Can you spot the fake news headline? 'You are fake news,' U.S. president-elect Donald Trump told a reporter at a news conference Wednesday, the latest salvo in the ongoing discussion about verifiable journalism. Think you know the difference?
"14.01.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca 'Modern day witch hunt:' Banned pit bulls sent to Saskatoon Animal shelters from Ontario and Manitoba have sent 16 pit bulls to the Saskatoon SPCA since July. If the city's animal shelter didn't take her in, Bitty would have likely been euthanized.
"14.01.2017 15:00:01" cbc.ca 'It honestly makes me want to vomit:' Sky axes comedy depicting Michael Jackson after family objects A British broadcaster said Friday it was cancelling a TV comedy starring Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson after the program was condemned by the late musician's family. Sky had been criticized for casting the white Shakespeare in Love star as the King of Pop.
"14.01.2017 14:30:33" cbc.ca Great deals to be had from stuff people send back to the store Hundreds of millions of items that we send back to the store every year end up in landfill, but retailers are realizing there's another way to make money off them. What really happens to all those gifts you return to the store?
"14.01.2017 14:01:24" cbc.ca 'Ski-Thru' bank machine opens atop Whistler Anyone looking for some cold hard cash might consider grabbing their skis and heading to Whistler to Canada's first 'Ski-Thru' ATM. The ATM features glove holders and heating lamps.
"14.01.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Saturday night 'ideal' opportunity to move tanker run aground off Cape Breton The marine transportation firm trying to salvage the grounded tanker off Cape Breton expects the next chance to move the ship will come this weekend. Local fisherman have said they're worried about fuel on the tanker.
"14.01.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca 'He had a huge attitude and a big heart': Twin of Quebecer drowned in Thailand speaks out for 1st time The twin brother of a man from North Hatley, Que., who drowned New Year's Day at a beach party in Thailand, says his brother's death was not linked to a fireworks malfunction. He says there is no correlation between the fireworks malfunction and his brother's drowning.
"14.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Supreme Court rules fracking critic doesn't have charter right to sue The country's highest court has ruled against an Alberta landowner who was seeking the right to sue an energy regulator. Since 2007, Jessica Ernst has alleged hydraulic fracking severely contaminated her well and water supply with toxic chemicals. The ruling also defended the immunity clauses that protect many government bodies from lawsuits.
"14.01.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Security concerns lead to mandatory registration for Vimy Ridge ceremony in France Veterans Affairs Canada says security concerns in France have led to a mandatory registration requirement for people who want to attend the Battle of Vimy Ridge centenary ceremony. If you want to go, you'll have to will have to register in advance.
"14.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Scientists map beaver genome for Canada's 150th birthday A team of molecular geneticists at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children has sequenced the genome of the Canadian beaver to mark the country's sesquicentennial. As presents go, it's certainly unique.
"14.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Superbug resistant to all antibiotics killed Nevada woman, doctors say A Nevada woman in her 70s who'd recently returned from India died in September from a "superbug" infection that resisted all antibiotics, according to a report released Friday. The case raises concern about germs that have developed resistance to widely-used antibiotics.
"14.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca New money for Quebec seal hunt study draws praise, protest After rejecting a scientific study that involved culling 1,200 grey seals from the Brion Island nature reserve in the Magdalen Islands, the province is helping to finance similar research nearby. There are plans to harvest the seals and analyze the animals for contaminants, heavy metals and potential pathogens.
"14.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca New evidence backs claim of secret mercury dump, ex-worker says A former worker at the pulp and paper mill in Dryden, Ont., says he feels vindicated by new research released Friday by an environmental group. "There is no reasonable explanation for that level of mercury to occur in forested land in northwestern Ontario."
"14.01.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca This firefighter survived an explosion and 41 broken bones — and now he's back on the job Mississauga firefighter Tim Casarin nearly died in an explosion that left him with 41 broken bones and PTSD. But more than two years later, he's back on the job. "'There was no sound, there was no heat, there was no pain — there was nothing."
"14.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca U.S. repeal of friendly migrant policy makes waves in Cuban port city News that the U.S. has repealed a migration policy favourable to Cubans spread quickly in Cardenas, a coastal city where balseros, or rafters, regularly attempt to make the treacherous 150-kilometre journey across the Florida Strait. The two-decades-long policy was instated by the Clinton administration.
"14.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Hayley Wickenheiser calls end to gold-plated career When Hayley Wickenheiser sees girls dragging hockey bags into arenas, she feels a sense of accomplishment. The normalcy of girls playing hockey is what she sweated for, fought for, and shed tears for. She's hanging up her skates.
"14.01.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca CUPE submits bid to represent RCMP 911 dispatchers The Canadian Union of Public Employees has applied to the Public Service Labour Relations Board to represent all 745 civilian RCMP members. The RCMP's 911 dispatchers could be the first sworn members of the national police force to be unionized.
"14.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca 3 former Takata executives indicted in U.S. over airbag ruptures Takata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion US in fines and restitution, while three former employees were charged by federal prosecutors with concealing deadly defects in automotive air bag inflators Takata inflators can explode with too much force, spewing shrapnel into automobiles.
"14.01.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca 'A lot to process': Woman abducted as a baby in Florida found 18 years later Stolen from a hospital just hours after she was born, an 18-year-old woman finally learned her true identity and was reunited Friday with her birth family, by video chat. The woman she thought was her mother has been charged with her kidnapping. The woman she thought was her mother has been charged with her kidnapping.
"14.01.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca U-Haul evicted man living in Vancouver storage locker A video posted on YouTube by a Vancouver man who says he lived in a U-Haul storage locker for two months shows how far people will go to avoid paying the city's sky-high rents, but the company has a warning for anyone thinking of copying the move. The man ran power to the unit from a nearby plug and even rigged up running water.
"14.01.2017 01:58:46" LIVE: The National for Fri., Jan. 13, 2017 This is The National for Friday, January 13, 2017
"14.01.2017 01:30:00" Mother's plea on high hydro bills Watch this Ontario mother's powerful plea to Justin Trudeau on soaring hydro bills: www.cbc.ca/1.3935173
"14.01.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Canada could also face auto border tax, Trump spokesman suggests U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has threatened automakers with a border tax on vehicles built in Mexico and brought into the United States — and it now appears Canada may not be immune from a possible tariff. It appears Canada may not be immune from a possible tariff.
"14.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Walmart accused of selling contaminated food after Fort McMurray wildfire Walmart Canada and four of its senior managers are facing 174 charges under the Public Health Act related to the sale of food contaminated during a wildfire that engulfed Fort McMurray, Alta., last May. Four of the charges allege that Walmart lied to public health inspectors by saying it was not selling food that had been contaminated during the fire.
"14.01.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Former British spy behind Trump-Russia dossier lauded by intelligence colleagues Christopher Steele, the one-time British spy who compiled a dossier on president-elect Donald Trump, is a well-regarded operative who wouldn't make up stories to satisfy his clients, according to diplomatic and intelligence experts who know him. Author of dossier on Trump defended by colleagues.
"13.01.2017 23:30:04" cbc.ca Scathing report condemns abuse by Chicago police Chicago police have violated the constitutional rights of residents for years, permitting racial bias against blacks, using excessive force and shooting people who did not pose immediate threats, the U.S. Justice Department said after a yearlong Insufficient training and a failure to hold bad officers accountable for misconduct is part of the problem, according to the report.
"13.01.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Upgrading frigate air conditioning will cost navy $50 million The Royal Canadian Navy was warned five years ago that air conditioning on its 12 patrol frigates was not sufficient to cool compartments with newly upgraded electronic warfare systems. Now, after spending $4.3 billion on a massive facelift for the fleet, DND was warned about problem years ago.
"13.01.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Why refugees are sneaking in: How seeking asylum works in Canada Multiple provinces have seen a spike in the number of asylum seekers sneaking across the border between the United States and Canada. How does an asylum seeker become a refugee in Canada?
"13.01.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Trudeau's 'phase out' oilsands comments spark outrage in Alberta Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sparked immediate anger among Alberta politicians Friday by suggesting Canada should "phase out" the oilsands. "We can't shut down the oilsands tomorrow. We need to phase them out," prime minister said at town hall meeting.
"13.01.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca How a sports injury turned an athletic teen into an opioid addict Danielle MacPherson's story of how she became hooked on opioids is so ordinary, it serves as a cautionary tale that anyone can become a hardcore drug addict. "I'm surprised to even be sitting here today with ... how my life used to be."
"13.01.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Dozens of people fall ill after eating oysters British Columbians are being warned after dozens of recent cases of acute gastrointestinal illness have been linked to oysters, according to the B.C. Centre for Disease Control. More than 70 people got sick after eating oysters in B.C.
"13.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Paul Anka withdraws, but Toby Keith, Jennifer Holliday, 3 Doors Down to sing for Trump inauguration Donald Trump won't be getting Paul Anka after all, but Toby Keith, Jennifer Holliday and 3 Doors Down are among performers slated for inauguration celebrations in Washington, D.C., next week. Paul Anka won't be performing "My Way" at Trump's inauguration.
"13.01.2017 20:01:09" cbc.ca Cybersecurity expertise of Trump pick Giuliani not well known in industry President-elect Donald Trump's new cybersecurity expert, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, has run a cybersecurity consulting business since 2003 and claims to offer services to its clients, but few in the industry are familiar with his work in "I have been working in cybersecurity for 17 years... I have yet to encounter anyone who has had any interaction with Giuliani Partners." – John Bambenek, Fidelis Security.
"13.01.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau faces emotional questions on carbon pricing on 2nd day of town hall tour Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pressed to justify a federal price on carbon during an emotional exchange on the second day of his whirlwind outreach tour. His jam-packed day includes town halls in Peterborough and London, Ont. and a number of photo-ops Justin Trudeau heard frustration from a rural resident over high hydro costs in Ontario.
"13.01.2017 18:56:22" cbc.ca 6 new charges laid against Ontario nurse facing 8 murder charges A former Ontario nurse charged with first-degree murder involving eight seniors in two long-term-care homes is now accused of attempting to kill others in her care. Four charges of attempted murder and two of aggravated assault against Elizabeth Wettlaufer were announced today.
"13.01.2017 18:00:39" cbc.ca Fort McMurray First Nation distances itself from Jane Fonda's oilsands tour Fort McMurray No. 468 First Nation is distancing itself from Jane Fonda's tour of the oilsands and from one of its members who endorses the Hollywood actress's message. Fort McMurray No. 468 First Nation says it supports 'responsible development' with oilsands companies.
"13.01.2017 17:30:33" cbc.ca Hooray! Some of us are halfway through winter. Others, not so much It's the dead of winter and — despite how ominous that might sound — the country's top climatologist says that's actually a good thing. Winter is leaving?
"13.01.2017 17:02:32" Q&A: How to avoid moving bill shock Q&A: CBC's David Common and Jim Carney, board member of the Canadian Association of Movers respond to your questions about moving bill surprises.
"13.01.2017 17:00:47" cbc.ca Bush daughters welcome Obamas as 'former First Children' The daughters of former U.S. president George W. Bush, Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush, pen a letter of advice to President Barack Obama's daughters days before the Obama family officially moves out of the White House. "Enjoy college. As most of the world knows, we did." — Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush.
"13.01.2017 16:30:03" cbc.ca Newly discovered ruby sea dragon seen alive in wild for 1st time Australian researchers have observed two specimens of a rare sea dragon that's never before been seen alive. Sea dragons are rare fish found in the waters off the coast of southern Australia.
"13.01.2017 16:00:00" Even the dead can't escape the carbon tax Dead or alive, there's no escaping Alberta's carbon tax: www.cbc.ca/1.3929133
"13.01.2017 15:45:55" LIVE: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends a town hall in Peterborough, Ont., as part of a jam-packed tour day http://www.cbc.ca/1.3934001
"13.01.2017 15:33:34" Morneau Q&A after session with economists LIVE: Finance Minister Bill Morneau speaks to reporters after consulter with private sector economists in Toronto. http://www.cbc.ca/1.3934136
"13.01.2017 15:30:02" Horse rescued from creek in Rimbey, Alta. This horse is back on its feet after a scary situation in a frozen Alberta creek: www.cbc.ca/1.3931467
"13.01.2017 15:00:05" cbc.ca Refugees freezing to death in Greece, UN says Refugees and migrants are dying in Europe's cold snap and governments must do more to help them rather than pushing them back from borders and subjecting them to violence, the UN refugee agency says. "It's about saving lives, not about red tape and keeping to bureaucratic arrangements." – Sarah Crowe, UNICEF.
"13.01.2017 14:30:36" cbc.ca War tore a Syrian family apart until a Canadian mosque and a synagogue reunited them The Syrian civil war separated the Elendaris until an exceptional alliance — between a Thornhill, Ont., mosque and a synagogue — brought them together in Toronto. "We have to build our community, our relationships, our country based on the common aspects that we share." – Alireza Torabian, Imam Mahdi Islamic Centre.
"13.01.2017 14:03:42" cbc.ca Breakfast with the Tories — Maxime Bernier, the smooth libertarian: Opinion CBC columnist Neil Macdonald sits down with Conservative leadership candidate Maxime Bernier in his first in a series of breakfasts with CPC leadership hopefuls. "I'm a libertarian, but I'm reasonable." – Maxime Bernier.
"13.01.2017 13:30:11" cbc.ca Upgrading frigate air conditioning will cost navy $50 million The Royal Canadian Navy was warned five years ago that air conditioning on its 12 patrol frigates was not sufficient to cool compartments with newly upgraded electronic warfare systems. Now, after spending $4.3 billion on a massive facelift for the fleet, It's not just about the comfort of the crew. The navy found that the ships' sophisticated new electronics and weapons systems could overheat.
"13.01.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'It's a deplorable relationship so far': Ex-CIA, FBI brass warn Trump's mistrust could harm national security Frayed relations between president-elect Donald Trump and the national security apparatus he's about to inherit could spawn mutual distrust, resulting in low morale, less incentive to take risks for better intelligence and retirements at the top levels, "It's a one-way fight. All the shots are coming from the president-elect's direction." – John McLaughlin, former director, CIA.
"13.01.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Health minister vows to save Canadians 'billions' on drug prices Canadians forced to pay some of the highest drug prices in the world could save billions through changes promised by Health Minister Jane Philpott in an exclusive interview with the fifth estate. Canadians pay the second-highest drug prices in the world, after only Americans, according to several studies.
"13.01.2017 12:00:00" newsinteractives.cbc.ca American dreamer As U.S. president, Barack Obama wanted to improve the country's image abroad. What went wrong? He got bin Laden and opened relations with Iran. But on Russia and Syria, Barack Obama weakened U.S. credibility, Mark Gollom writes.
"13.01.2017 11:41:58" cbc.ca Moving bill shock sparks 'anxious' scramble for family left without their stuff Long-distance moving companies often charge by weight — the more stuff you move, the more you pay. But when you don't know how heavy your belongings are, it can create problems when it comes time to pay. Karine Murphy was told her move would cost more than double the estimated price.
"13.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Vets ombudsman to probe mental health 'discrepancies' following Desmond case The country's veterans watchdog is expected to reach out to provincial ombudsmen in an attempt to review what he sees as discrepancies in mental health care for ex-soldiers across the country. Guy Parent says the tragedy in Nova Scotia involving retired The family of retired soldier Lionel Desmond said he "succumbed to the tortures" of PTSD. Veterans Affairs and the RCMP haven't said much at all.
"13.01.2017 10:00:01" cbc.ca No more special treatment for Cuban migrants to the U.S., Obama says U.S. President Barack Obama announced Thursday he is ending a longstanding immigration policy that allows any Cuban who makes it to U.S. soil to stay and become a legal resident. The repeal of the policy is effective immediately.
"13.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Celebrities in the oilsands: The visits continue but do they have an impact? Jane Fonda brought some star-tinged drama in her trip to Alberta that ended with her trip organizers and the government each claiming the other side skipped meetings arranged to discuss the state of Alberta's oilsands. Was dialogue ever the point? Jane Fonda's visit to Alberta added some celebrity glitz to discussions about the province's environmental record, but did it really help?
"13.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Asked about Trump, Trudeau promises to stand for feminism and diversity While maintaining that his priority in dealing with the Donald Trump administration will be the Canadian economy, the prime minister also reconfirmed that he is a feminist. "Canada is a separate country from the United States and there are things that we hold dear that the Americans haven't prioritized."
"13.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Canada's top court to rule on anti-fracking freedom of expression case The country's highest court is set to rule on whether Canadians have the right to sue energy regulators. The case stems from Alberta landowner Jessica Ernst, who says hydraulic fracking severely contaminated her well and water supply.
"13.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Taxpayers' dollars helped send teachers to Hawaii Education Minister Karen Casey is questioning the priorities of Nova Scotia teachers after educators travelled to Hawaii on their own time to attend a conference. Information provided by Nova Scotia's eight school boards shows 163 teachers have been approved to travel to conferences over a three-month period.
"13.01.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Tight-knit Quebec family sharing $60M lotto win When the Boivin family gathered for dinner on New Year's Day, they had no idea they would soon be multimillionaires. The family is splitting the $60 million prize.
"13.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca 10 reasons why owls rule the roost CBC TV's The Nature of Things is peering into "The Secret Life of Owls" for its Jan. 12 episode. They're getting up close and personal with the great horned owl, a bird many of us may rarely, if ever, see. So in advance of that, here are 10 reasons why Fun fact: Owls can't move their eyes, but they can spin their heads.
"13.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Regina woman shares hilarious typo on pay stub One small typo on a Regina woman's pay stub is bringing a lot of laughter. The letter, which was incorrectly addressed to Vagina, Sask., still managed to make it to Leah Taylor.
"13.01.2017 03:30:01" cbc.ca Merging late? Alberta Motor Association says you're not a jerk The Alberta Motor Association is trying to convince drivers it's not rude to cut in front of a line of cars waiting to merge out of a closed lane. The "zipper merge" only works if everyone does it.
"13.01.2017 03:00:01" cbc.ca Marijuana's health impacts reviewed in U.S. report U.S. panel draws nearly 100 conclusions on pot, pain and other health effects. The current lack of scientific information "poses a public health risk," says U.S. pot task force.
"13.01.2017 02:30:01" cbc.ca U.S. troops set up base in Poland, drawing sharp rebuke from Russia U.S. soldiers rolled into Poland on Thursday, fulfilling a dream some Poles have had since the fall of communism in 1989 to have U.S. troops on their soil. The base will house some 3,500 U.S. troops in the 1st-ever continuous deployment to the region by a NATO ally.
"13.01.2017 01:30:00" Dogs seized from Alberta woman April Irving has had more than 300 dogs taken away from her, many of them starving, matted and distressed.
"13.01.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Inflatable backpack may have saved snowboarder A snowboarder riding near Whistler deployed an inflatable avalanche backpack in a slide triggered on Wednesday. Snowboarder Tom Oye's avalanche video has been viewed over 4 million times.
"13.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Trudeau took Aga Khan's private helicopter to island vacation Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed Thursday he took the Aga Khan's private helicopter from Nassau, Bahamas to the spiritual leader's private island. A helicopter trip in the Bahamas may have violated conflict of interest laws.
"12.01.2017 23:21:16" Trudeau tour Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Belleville, Ont., as part of a cross-country tour.
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"12.01.2017 22:47:49" 'The best vice-president America's ever had' Obama surprised Biden by awarding him the Presidential Medal of Freedom earlier today: www.cbc.ca/1.3933291
"12.01.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca PM's trip to Aga Khan's private island 'warrants an investigation' A close family relationship with the Aga Khan has Prime Minister Trudeau in hot water for a warm weather getaway. Was it a vacation with a friend or a breach of ethics? "The Conflict of Interest Act is crystal clear on this. A prime minister or any minister cannot travel on a chartered or private aircraft." — reporter David Akin.
"12.01.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Woman allergic to cold lives in Saskatoon — where it is -26 C today Saskatoon resident Marlyne Wight has a condition that makes her skin red and itchy and her body swell up when exposed to the cold. Marlyne Wight suffers from cold urticaria, also known as cold hives.
"12.01.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Giuliani will help Trump team with cybersecurity A former New York City mayor will share his expertise on "private sector" issues with Donald Trump's team after more than a decade offering cybersecurity consulting and legal services to companies worldwide Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani has compared online criminals to "a loosely affiliated kind of Mafia."
"12.01.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Added sugar often found in Canadian products marketed as 'healthy,' researchers find When researchers looked at more than 40,000 foods and beverages in Canada, they found that two-thirds have added sugars. "You definitely need to know what you are looking for... and you really need to be a detective and take your time." – Erin Hobin, Public Health Ontario.
"12.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Driver who killed toddler in patio crash granted Supreme Court appeal An Edmonton man who crashed his SUV into a patio in 2013, killing a two-year-old boy, has been granted leave to appeal his sentence in the Supreme Court. Richard Suter was initially sentenced to four months in jail. On appeal, that increased to 26 months.
"12.01.2017 20:17:27" Q + A: Personal tech check-up LIVE Q + A: CBC's Peter Armstrong and Ramona Pringle, assistant professor and director of Ryerson's technology incubator, are talking about your relationship with technology and the issues you're interested this year.
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"12.01.2017 20:00:01" cbc.ca Egg McMuffin for dinner? McDonald's tests all-day breakfast at some outlets McDonald's is testing all-day breakfast at 17 outlets in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia following the U.S. launch in 2015. The all-day breakfast plan is being test-marketed at 17 outlets in Ontario, Quebec and B.C.
"12.01.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca NAFTA's demise would devastate U.S. auto industry, think-tank's report says Pulling out of NAFTA could cost the U.S. economy more than 30,000 jobs in the auto sector alone, and lead to higher prices and less choice for American customers, an automotive research think-tank says. The Center for Automotive Research says president-elect Donald Trump's plan to tear up NAFTA would do little to spur U.S. jobs.
"12.01.2017 19:00:00" cbc.ca Trudeau launches cross-Canada tour as ethics questions mount Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicks off a cross-country tour to connect with grassroots Canadians as controversies brew over "cash-for-access" political fundraising and a family vacation at the Bahamian island property of the Aga Khan. The prime minister is making stops throughout eastern Ontario on the first leg of this outreach trip.
"12.01.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca 'Years in the spotlight': The Obama family in the White House In U.S. President Barack Obama's farewell address Tuesday night, he paid tribute to his wife, Michelle, and daughters Malia and Sasha. "You wore the burden of years in the spotlight so easily," he said of his girls. "Of all that I have done in my life, I "Of all that I have done in my life, I am most proud to be your dad." – Barack Obama.
"12.01.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca U.S. alleges Fiat Chrysler cheated on emissions The U.S. government is accusing Fiat Chrysler of violating the Clean Air Act on some of its diesel engines installed in about 104,000 vehicles. Fiat Chrysler owns Dodge, Jeep and Ram Trucks, among other global brands.
"12.01.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Scientists hear voice of ancient humans in baboon calls Baboon grunts and mating calls may hold secrets about human speech, according to a new study suggesting that the origins of human language could reach back as much as 25 million years. The barks, yacks and wa-hoos of the Guinea baboons reveal distinct human-like vowel sounds, according to researchers.
"12.01.2017 17:00:43" cbc.ca Maryam Monsef escapes the Liberal adventure in electoral reform Setting aside the question of whether she was demoted, it is unquestionably the case that Maryam Monsef is no longer responsible for fronting the Liberal commitment to electoral reform. She might be thankful for that. When asked whether she had been demoted, Monsef told reporters: "I will leave that for you to decide."
"12.01.2017 16:30:00" cbc.ca 2 women arrested amid hunt for Orlando fugitive Two women were arrested in Florida on Wednesday for aiding a man wanted for the fatal shooting his former girlfriend and a policewoman in separate incidents over the last month, police said. Suspect in Florida police shooting remains at large, but his niece and his ex-girlfriend have been arrested.
"12.01.2017 16:00:17" cbc.ca National average house price will increase in 2017, but not as much, Royal LePage says Royal LePage says the extreme regional disparities that characterized Canada's real estate markets last year will narrow in 2017 as overheated areas cool and slower markets begin to gather steam. Canada's housing market will see fewer wild swings in 2017, Royal LePage says.
"12.01.2017 15:30:02" cbc.ca 'My toes were freezing,' says 9-year-old after school bus skips pickup A Winnipeg mother says St. James-Assiniboia School Division failed her daughter, after the nine-year-old was left outside for hours when her school bus failed to pick her up. Tumia Roberts waited more than 2½ hours in –20 C for a school bus that never came.
"12.01.2017 15:00:01" cbc.ca Can't Trudeau enjoy a secret island vacation with a friend whose foundation lobbies the feds?: Opinion As with other events where the prime minister has met with billionaires, Canadians should rest assured the only political discussions on the Aga Khan's private island in the Bahamas concerned the plight of the middle class. In this opinion column, Robyn Urback asks, with tongue firmly in cheek, why the media won't cut Trudeau a little slack.
"12.01.2017 14:30:03" cbc.ca Bruce Heyman says no answer from Trump team on offer to help with Canada-U.S. relations Bruce Heyman, the outgoing U.S. ambassador to Canada, says he offered president-elect Donald Trump's administration advice on the Canada-U.S. relationship, but has been met with silence. The U.S. ambassador to Canada says his offer to help the Trump transition team was met with silence.
"12.01.2017 14:00:43" cbc.ca OPP set to reveal new details in nursing home murder probe, not ruling out more charges CBC Toronto has learned that Ontario Provincial Police will update their investigation into the alleged murders of eight senior citizens in long-term care facilities in Woodstock and London, Ont. Investigators aren't ruling out the possibility that more New details in the case of the Woodstock nurse accused of murdering 8 seniors will be released Friday morning.
"12.01.2017 13:30:01" cbc.ca Billions wasted on drug spending in Canada, exclusive research shows Canada wasted $15 billion over the last five years on highly priced prescription drugs, in part because of questionable drug company sales tactics, according to exclusive research and a hidden camera investigation by the fifth estate. A fifth estate hidden camera investigation reveals questionable drug company marketing practices.
"12.01.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca 'Doesn't seem right': Grieving families slapped with carbon tax for cremation Death and taxes may be the only certain things in life, but even the dead can't escape the new carbon tax in Alberta. The $100 carbon tax fee charged for cremation would almost pay the same tax for a year of home heating.
"12.01.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Trump's next battle: Assuring America he can't be blackmailed Salacious and unproven allegations that U.S. president-elect Donald Trump is vulnerable to blackmail by the Russian government will be his burden to disprove. Whether true or not, the claims may have already wrought damage. Unsubstantiated memos deepen Trump's rift with intelligence agencies.
"12.01.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca B.C. couple appeals for help finding missing daughter in Peru The parents of a Canadian who has been missing in Peru since late November are asking the public for help. Kathleen and Alexander Kasatkin are headed to South America to look for their missing daughter.
"12.01.2017 11:30:01" cbc.ca Facebook wants to 'support journalism,' educate readers The move is intended to "establish stronger ties between Facebook and the news industry," an comes after months of criticism, in which Facebook has been widely blamed for enabling the spread of "fake news." The Facebook Journalism Project is meant to curb the spread of "news hoaxes."
"12.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Canada's embassy in Haiti defrauded of $1.7M over 12 years The Canadian government has fired 17 locally recruited embassy staff for defrauding the embassy in Haiti over 12 years, Global Affairs Canada says. Global Affairs Canada is also reviewing practices at embassies in Algeria, Nigeria, Kenya, India and Russia.
"12.01.2017 10:00:01" cbc.ca Maybe President of Playlists can make the knowledge industry pay: Don Pittis Even while paid music streaming services convince most people to pay for their tunes, the industry is a shadow of its former self, writes Don Pittis. Outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama has been offered a new presidency — at the Swedish music-streaming company Spotify.
"12.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca Drake pays tribute to Barack Obama Drake is paying tribute to U.S. President Barack Obama by sharing an image from a popular meme of the Canadian rapper's face mixed with the president's. Drake's words to the outgoing U.S. president: "Big up yaself O"
"12.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca 'She thought these were her babies' says neighbour of woman found with 600 rats The landlord of a woman facing animal abuse charges — after hundreds of rats were found in her apartment — says the charges should be dropped. "This is an illness, not a criminal act … things just got out of control."
"12.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Bottle flipping game a new craze for P.E.I. youth Some P.E.I. rinks have banned a noisy new youth craze called bottle flipping. The goal is to flip plastic bottles into the air, and have them land upright. But it can get chaotic when you have a dozen kids at once bottle flipping. "Bottle flipping" involves throwing bottles into the air and having them land upright. Whoever throws highest wins the most points.
"12.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Critics call Trudeau's guest list on Bahamas family vacation 'inappropriate' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brought a fellow MP and the Liberal Party president on his family vacation in the Bahamas. The vacation was to the private island property of billionaire spiritual leader, the Aga Khan.
"12.01.2017 05:00:01" cbc.ca Frostbitten refugee faces loss of fingers, toe after 7-hour trek across U.S.-Canada border A Ghanaian refugee who almost died while walking across the U.S.-Canada border into Manitoba on Christmas Eve will lose his fingers, a toe and possibly his arms. Seidu Mohammed says the loss of his fingers and a toe is a price he's willing to pay.
"12.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca White wine and canola oil: N.L.'s budding crop opportunities Two successful experimental crops grown in western Newfoundland last summer could plow the way for new agricultural opportunities. White wine from Newfoundland?
"12.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Quebec municipality goes to great lengths in search of fecal felon A bizarre rash of soiled diapers dumped along a stretch of rural road near Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière has prompted the mayor to order DNA tests to try to catch the culprit. "We're not in the Middle Ages!"
"12.01.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Photographer captures 'light pillars' phenomenon in North Bay, Ont. Timothy Joseph Alzinga woke up in the middle of the night to see beams of brightly coloured lights dancing across the night sky. "It looked like someone from Star Trek was trying to beam people up."
"12.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Paleontologists classify ancient cone-shaped sea creatures Ancient sea creatures roamed Earth 530 million years ago. But until now, paleontologists didn't quite know where they belonged on the evolutionary tree. Finally.
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"12.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca 'Conditions attached': B.C. grants environmental green light for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion The B.C. government has granted the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project environmental assessment approval. The green light at the provincial level comes with 37 conditions that are on top of 157 others required by the National Energy Board.
"12.01.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca How Canadian mortgage lenders skirt the rules Canada's subprime mortgage providers are increasingly teaming up with unregulated rivals to sidestep rules designed to clamp down on risky lending. Bundled loans pair a primary mortgage with a second loan from an unregulated group.
"11.01.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Jane Fonda blasts Trudeau at oilsands panel Actress and activist Jane Fonda accuses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of betraying his government's commitments made at the Paris climate talks. "I guess the lesson is we shouldn't be fooled by good-looking liberals," says Jane Fonda in Alberta.
"11.01.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Facebook wants to 'support journalism,' educate readers The move is intended to "establish stronger ties between Facebook and the news industry":
"11.01.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Big Brother collecting, selling big data in China Inside China's Great Firewall, the internet is designed to gather information. And there's an industry of private and state-owned high-tech enterprises serving it. "Social media and digital technology are actually supporting the regime."
"11.01.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca 'Cheaters' who merge late are in the right, says AMA The Alberta Motor Association says the “zipper merge" is the best way to ease bottlenecks when drivers are faced with lane closures ahead. If you're 'one of those' drivers, you may have been right all along.
"11.01.2017 21:56:58" 'I am a white kid from Willowdale with Native roots' Joseph Boyden says he's sorry 'for taking too much of the airtime' on Indigenous issues: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3931284
"11.01.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca U.K. recruiting teen 'prodigies' for new cybersecurity college Bletchley Park once housed codebreakers who cracked Nazi communications. Now, the building is set to house a brand new cybersecurity school. Think, Alan Turing but with a laptop.
"11.01.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca U.K. recruiting teen 'prodigies' for new cybersecurity college at famed Bletchley Park The building once used to crack Nazi codes during the Second World War is set to house a brand new generation of codebreakers at the U.K.'s first ever National College of Cybersecurity. "It was actually in this building where the first messages were decrypted that told us about the Holocaust." – Oscar O'Connor, Qufaro.
"11.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Voices from the past: CBC North to preserve historic Indigenous language programs The broadcaster has begun work on a massive project to preserve and catalogue countless hours of historic Indigenous language programming from the North, with the goal of making them available to the public. "Much of that material exists on reel-to-reel tape and it's deteriorating." – Janice Stein, managing director, CBC North.
"11.01.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Battling a bat infestation? Give your guano to science Guano — or, bat poop — could be the key to protecting Alberta's bat populations, which are being wiped out by the thousands from a fungal disease. Collect bat poop. For science.
"11.01.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca CP Rail, managers charged over B.C. mountain train left 'without handbrakes' Officials in British Columbia have laid a series of charges accusing CP Rail and two senior managers of illegally ordering a freight train crew to park on a mountain slope above the town of Revelstoke without proper handbrakes applied. CP managers have been accused of ordering a train crew to park a freight train on a slope above Revelstoke, B.C.
"11.01.2017 18:58:40" Obama delivers emotional farewell Barack Obama paid tribute to the sacrifices made by his wife during his final presidential address http://www.cbc.ca/1.3929961
"11.01.2017 18:26:42" cbc.ca Hummingbirds helped through cold snap by ardent fans The jewel-like Anna's hummingbird is getting help surviving B.C.'s unusual cold snap, with bird lovers knitting cozies, warming feeders, and even feeding them by hand. Anna's hummingbirds live on the B.C. South Coast year-round. They need a little help this winter.
"11.01.2017 17:32:59" LIVE Q + A: New year's fitness LIVE Q + A: CBC health reporter Christine Birak and fitness expert Martin Gibala, professor and chair of the department of kinesiology at McMaster University, answer your questions on exercise and health.
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"11.01.2017 17:01:19" cbc.ca From Trump to technology: Canadian bank CEOs weigh in on what's to come Whether it's mortgage-rule changes, the potential of artificial intelligence or political shifts south of the border, CEOs of Canada's big banks are paying attention as they try to gauge what's next for the economy — and their businesses. Bank CEOs worry about technological innovation, targeting younger clients and the political shift in the U.S.
"11.01.2017 16:30:04" cbc.ca 'I'm really worried': Woman at the centre of animal cruelty cases involving over 300 dogs is missing A woman at the centre of two of the worst cases of animal neglect on the Prairies is missing and police would like the public's help to find her. Police seek public's help finding a woman wanted in Alberta and Saskatchewan for animal neglect.
"11.01.2017 16:13:53" Donald Trump news conference LIVE: Watch U.S. president-elect Donald Trump take questions about Russia's reputed influence
"11.01.2017 16:01:01" cbc.ca Driver 'trying to impress' passenger gets Jeep stuck in Lake Ontario A driver "trying to impress" a passenger sunk his Jeep into Lake Ontario after his off-roading adventure took a wrong turn, Tuesday morning. It took Toronto police over two hours to pull the stranded Jeep from Cherry Beach after the driver drove onto the That's not very impressive.
"11.01.2017 15:30:00" cbc.ca The myth of one-party support for the Canadian Armed Forces: Opinion There's an idea, widely accepted by many in the military, by veterans and by the civilian public that the Conservatives are the party of the CAF, and the Liberals are not. It's a myth. In this opinion column, a former Canadian Forces reservist questions whether the Conservatives are the party of the military.
"11.01.2017 15:00:39" cbc.ca McCallum 'excited' to be Canada's representative in China John McCallum says moving from being immigration minister to ambassador isn't as big a leap as people might think. "In my personal life, in my work life, and with visits to China, I have lived and breathed things Chinese for a long, long time." – John McCallum.
"11.01.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca CFIA fast-tracked tests on genetically modified salmon eggs for exports, documents suggest It appears the Canadian Food Inspection Agency fast-tracked safety tests on eggs from genetically modified salmon to hit an export deadline last year. Documents shared with CBC News show the salmon eggs jumped the queue to speed up testing. Health inspectors scrambled to meet a deadline for a time-sensitive test on GMO salmon eggs.
"11.01.2017 14:00:00" cbc.ca Ailing Canadian news industry wants Ottawa's help, documents show In documents obtained by CBC News, Canadian news media leaders outline proposed policy changes to bolster the news business. The Liberal government is due to receive a report with recommendations later this month. Media leaders are touting better copyright protection and changes to tax laws to encourage more Canadian journalism.
"11.01.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Maybe President of Playlists can make the knowledge industry pay: Don Pittis Even while paid music streaming services convince most people to pay for their tunes, the industry is a shadow of its former self. Don Pittis wonders if President of Playlists Obama can turn the knowledge market around. Job requirements for Spotify's President of Playlists: "Someone with good team spirit, excellent work ethic, a friendly and warm attitude and a Nobel Peace Prize."
"11.01.2017 13:00:01" cbc.ca 'I have to do this': Why some Catholic women are defying Church doctrine and becoming priests A small group of women are going against 2,000 years of Catholic doctrine and becoming ordained outside the official Church and holding secret services and rites. There are about 300 such women worldwide, and 15 of them live and work here in Canada. The Catholic movement to ordain women is small, but its members' conviction is firm.
"11.01.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Big Brother collecting big data — and in China, it's all for sale Inside China's Great Firewall, the internet is designed to gather information. And there's an industry of private and state-owned high-tech enterprises serving it. The Citizen Lab found that WeChat, a messaging app used by virtually every Chinese person who is online, contains various hidden means of censorship and surveillance.
"11.01.2017 12:00:01" cbc.ca Russia, not the U.S., put on notice with Freeland as foreign minister The appointment of Chrystia Freeland as the country's top diplomat could signal the Trudeau government's abandonment of warmer relations with Moscow, say experts. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet on Tuesday appointing the outspoken Chrystia Freeland is one of the prominent names on Russia's sanctions list.
"11.01.2017 11:30:00" JAne Fonda visits Fort McMurray "Listen, I'm not against you,'" says Jane Fonda during a brief squabble in Fort McMurray after flying over the oilsands.
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"11.01.2017 11:00:01" cbc.ca 'Total political witch hunt,' Trump says of unsubstantiated accusations on Russia ties Classified documents held by the heads of four U.S. intelligence agencies included claims Russian intelligence has compromising information about President-elect… The "still unsubstantiated" claims have been circulating in intelligence circles for months.
"11.01.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian NHL teams poised for playoff return With half of the NHL season in the books, several of Canada's teams are in contention for a playoff spot while the rest are in striking distance with plenty of time to catch up. Good news, Canadian hockey fans: Canada's playoff drought is likely to end this year.
"11.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca 'Greatest nightmare': Skate blade catches P.E.I. player on neck guard A young hockey player from P.E.I. is thankful to her coaches, who always insisted that she wear a neck guard and wear it properly. Coache always said: "It was a really big deal to make sure we had our necks protected."
"11.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca Beverly Hills 90210 star joins fight against IMDb age listings Gabrielle Carteris says she never would have landed her teenage role on "Beverly Hills 90210" if producers had known she was nearly 30 at the time. It's no secret that age can be a career killer in Hollywood — especially if you're a woman.
"11.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Treetop getaway: A different kind of hotel A cross between camping and staying in a hotel. A new business will offer the chance to sleep among the trees in the comfort of a cozy dome. The domes are heated and each comes with a private bathroom.
"11.01.2017 04:00:00" Mayoral Bhangra Watch Yukoner Gurdeep Pandher show Whitehorse mayor Dan Curtis how to get down Bhangra style.
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"11.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Trump's pick for attorney general objects to Muslim ban U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions says he does not support a ban on Muslims entering the country, drawing a sharp distinction between his views and those expressed by president-elect Donald Trump. The Alabama senator spoke up for religious freedom and spoke out against torture.
"11.01.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Teen breaks neck at Alta. trampoline park A teenager is in hospital after breaking his neck at an indoor trampoline facility in Sherwood Park. "He's determined to walk out of here."
"11.01.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Obama prepares to say farewell to the White House After eight years in the White House, the 44th president of the United States prepares for his exit. Here's a look back at the presidency of Barack Obama. A pictorial look at the Obama presidency.
"11.01.2017 01:30:00" Edmonton dad wins kindness award This single dad was surprised on his birthday with two cheques for $5,000 — one for a charity of his choice one for himself: www.cbc.ca/1.3925847
"11.01.2017 01:00:02" Obama's farewell address U.S. President Barack Obama gives his farewell speech in Chicago.
"11.01.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Giant telescope to seek habitable planets in nearby system The European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope in Chile will be modified in order to allow it to search more effectively for potentially habitable planets. Alpha Centauri is the nearest star system to Earth.
"11.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Reservations open for national parks campgrounds, kicking off anticipated busy summer The race to reserve campsites starts today, as the phone and online booking system for some national parks opens. Get one while you can.
"11.01.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Freeland promoted to Foreign Affairs, Dion dropped from cabinet with future unclear Chrystia Freeland has been appointed Canada's new foreign affairs minister in a shakeup of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet. No official word yet on what the long-serving MP will do next.
"10.01.2017 23:30:00" Indoor dog exercises Too cold to take your dog for a walk? Here are some indoor exercises: www.cbc.ca/1.3928238
"10.01.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Trump taps vaccine skeptic for safety review Vaccine skeptic Robert Kennedy says he accepted Trump's offer to chair panel on vaccine safety. Kennedy's appointment is feared to reignite now-debunked concerns over childhood immunization and autism.
"10.01.2017 22:30:00" cbc.ca Comedian Mark Critch gets a rise out of Scott Baio St. John's comedian Mark Critch got into brief, nostalgia-fuelled feud with an icon from his youth Tuesday, after musing in public about U.S. politics. Chachi trolls Critchi.
"10.01.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca For women in Canadian politics, there is no universal experience: Opinion Women in politics seem to be speaking out about their experiences like never before. That's good. But we need to remember that not all women experience sexism and misogyny in the same way. It's important that we acknowledge intersectionality in politics, and elsewhere, says opinion columnist.
"10.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Trump vs. Streep: George Clooney defends actress's right to speak Actor George Clooney is among the Hollywood stars who have defended Meryl Streep's right to make a political statement at the Golden Globes Awards ceremony after she was criticized by president-elect Donald Trump. "Aren't you supposed to be running the country?"
"10.01.2017 20:02:54" On the Money On the Money's Peter Armstrong and finance expert Preet Banerjee talk CRM2 banking and investment fee rules.
"10.01.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Was Kardashian robbery an inside job? Paris officials say they've arrested her chauffeur Investigators focused Tuesday on a possible inside job in the theft of more than $10 million US worth of jewelry from Kim Kardashian West, after taking her chauffeur that night and his brother into custody. Paris police have arrested 17 people in jewelry theft.
"10.01.2017 19:30:00" cbc.ca Smoking projected to kill 8 million a year by 2030, WHO says Smoking and its side-effects cost the world's economies more than $1 trillion US and will kill one third more people by 2030 than now, according to a new report. Smoking costs the global economy $1 trillion a year, and yields $269 billion in tax revenues, the WHO says.
"10.01.2017 19:10:45" LIVE: New ministers swearing-in ceremony LIVE: Governor General David Johnston swears in new ministers in Rideau Hall as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffles his cabinet.
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"10.01.2017 18:30:00" cbc.ca Air Canada 'couldn't get it together,' says passenger on plane stranded 32 hours in Costa Rica Air Canada passengers are complaining about a frustrating 32-hour odyssey that left them stranded in the Costa Rican capital of San José. Imagine being stuck at the airport for nearly a day and a half.
"10.01.2017 18:00:00" cbc.ca Trump's attorney general pick vows to stay out of possible Clinton investigations U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions says if he is confirmed as attorney general, he would recuse himself from investigations of Hillary Clinton's email server or the Clinton Foundation after making comments during the presidential election about the matter. "The proper thing to do would be to recuse myself." – Senator Jeff Sessions.
"10.01.2017 17:30:00" cbc.ca Gildan wins auction for American Apparel, pays $88M for the brand — but not the stores Montreal-based apparel maker Gildan Activewear Inc. has won an auction to buy the assets of American Apparel, which went into a court-supervised liquidation process earlier this year. The deal includes the American Apparel brand name and some manufacturing equipment.
"10.01.2017 17:00:00" cbc.ca Manhunt continues after killing of Florida police officer Law enforcement officers in Florida continue a massive manhunt for a man accused of fatally shooting a police officer who approached him outside an Orlando Walmart. "It doesn't matter where he is. We will track him down to the ends of the Earth." – Orlando police Chief John Mina.
"10.01.2017 16:30:01" cbc.ca Jane Fonda joins list of activist celebs to tour the oilsands Jane Fonda is in Fort McMurray, Alta., today to meet with Indigenous leaders and get an aerial tour of the oilsands. The Oscar-winning actress and fitness guru joins a growing list of activist celebrities who've felt compelled to see the industrial Jane Fonda will be joined tomorrow by First Nations chiefs in Edmonton for a press conference organized by Greenpeace.
"10.01.2017 16:00:00" cbc.ca Here comes the Uber-ization of the Canadian economy New mobile apps are popping up across the country that could create structural change not only in their individual industries, but across Canada's economy and workforce. You can use various apps to order up someone to cut your hair, shovel your snow or rewire your house.
"10.01.2017 15:30:39" cbc.ca Canadian sending police to Colombia to help with peacekeeping after historic ceasefire Canada will contribute up to 10 police officers to the international effort to demobilize guerilla groups and monitor the ceasefire in Colombia, CBC News has learned. Up to 10 Canadian police officers will join the international peacekeeping effort in Colombia.
"10.01.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca Poll suggests Canadians favour spending tax dollars on traditional rather than high-tech infrastructure A newly published poll commissioned by the government suggests Canadians aren't as keen on investing in the high-tech "new economy" as the Liberals and have mixed views on increasing immigration. Canadians prefer their taxes being spent on high-speed transit rather than high-speed internet, it appears.
"10.01.2017 14:30:00" cbc.ca 'One of the greatest actors of his generation': Christopher Plummer to get Canadian Screen Awards honour Whether you think of him as Captain von Trapp, John Barrymore or even the Klingon general Chang, there's no doubt Christopher Plummer's career has been jam-packed with memorable performances. Do you remember him as Captain von Trapp? John Barrymore? Archbishop Vittorio? Gen. Chang, perhaps?
"10.01.2017 13:54:48" cbc.ca Freeland promoted to foreign affairs, McCallum off to China in today's cabinet shuffle Chrystia Freeland will be appointed Canada's new foreign affairs minister in a sweeping Liberal cabinet shakeup to be announced later today, CBC News has learned. BREAKING: Cabinet shuffle update.
"10.01.2017 13:30:00" cbc.ca Here's how chip companies are giving self-driving cars the gift of sight While self-driving cars may be able to see more of the road than humans, the trick is teaching them to interpret all of that data as good as — and eventually, better than — humans can. From the CBC's Matt Braga at #CES2017:
"10.01.2017 13:00:00" cbc.ca Edmonton man who died fighting ISIS a hero, says Kurdish community An Edmonton man who died fighting Islamic State militants in northern Syria was remembered as a hero by members of Canada's Kurdish community who gathered Monday in Ottawa to honour him. A memorial was held at the Canadian Tomb of the Unknown Soldier near Parliament Hill for 24-year-old Nazzareno Tassone.
"10.01.2017 12:30:00" cbc.ca Say hello to the 'murder board': Trump's cabinet picks start confirmation hearings The first trickle in a cascade of confirmation hearings to staff Donald Trump's new administration starts today, as Republicans fend off accusations they're trying to 'jam through' the vetting before required screening. Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions and retired marine general John Kelly are among the first of Trump's nominees to testify.
"10.01.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Don't make Canada a target for Trump, former ambassador to U.S. advises President-elect Donald Trump has a positive view of Canada and the Trudeau government should avoid attracting negative attention from the incoming president, says Derek Burney, the former Canadian ambassador to Washington who helped negotiate the North Trudeau's top aides have met with top Trump officials, including chief strategist Steve Bannon and Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner.
"10.01.2017 11:30:00" cbc.ca Mexican refugee claims jump after visa requirement dropped At least 70 Mexicans claimed refugee status in Canada in the first month after the federal government lifted a visa requirement for travellers from Mexico, according to figures provided by the Canada Border Services Agency. U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's promise to deport illegal residents could drive more Mexicans north.
"10.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Marineland charged with 6 new counts of animal cruelty Marineland Canada has been charged with six new counts of animal cruelty, following an announcement from the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The charges involve elk, red deer and fallow deer. The charges against the park involve treatment of elk, red deer and fallow deer.
"10.01.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Chrysler Pacifica named utility vehicle of the year at Detroit auto show The Windsor, Ont.-made Chrysler Pacifica was given utility vehicle of the year honours at the North American… The Chevrolet Bolt EV picked up the car of the year award.
"10.01.2017 09:40:00" cbc.ca 'Someone is going to freeze to death': Winter not deterring asylum seekers crossing into Manitoba on foot The number of asylum seekers crossing the Canada-U.S. border into Manitoba on foot instead of through official ports of entry has risen fivefold in the past three years. "What we are seeing as Canadians at our borders is basically a symptom of what a chaotic, messed-up world we live in."
"10.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca 'Like monsters hiding under your bed': 2 supermassive black holes spotted through space dust Detecting black holes can be tricky: not only do these guzzling kitchen sinks of the universe absorb everything they consume, but they are often obscured by dust. Now a NASA telescope has peered through the dust and found two supermassive black holes A NASA telescope spotted two extremely bright supermassive black holes.
"10.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca Dead lobsters, crab, conners wash up on Norris Point beach A high tide in Norris Point pushed dozens of dead lobsters, conners and starfish onto the Deckers Cove beach on Dec. 17. "First thing came to mind was 'This is not okay. This should not be happening.'"
"10.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca The iPhone turns 10: How it revolutionized smartphones This year marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, a device that quickly impressed consumers and took over the smartphone industry. Believe it or not, the iPhone is 10 years old.
"10.01.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Russia slams U.S. intelligence report The Kremlin broke its silence over the U.S. intelligence report into hacking today, saying the allegations are "unfounded." The Kremlin called the allegations "reminiscent of a witch hunt."
"10.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca Kevin O'Leary tells well-heeled Conservatives in Florida he's in Undeclared Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary recently met with a group of wealthy Canadians in Florida to discuss a possible bid and told them he could enter the race as early as Jan. 19, CBC News has learned. "I'm meeting with anybody that wants to talk about Canada. As you know, down in Florida, this time of the year, there's a lot of Canadians there, so it's easy to get a quorum."
"10.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca Aftershock hits Nunavut Monday, following weekend earthquake A second earthquake in two days rocked northern Nunavut Monday, Natural Resources Canada reports. "Things were moving around in my house; pictures were crooked all over the wall."
"10.01.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca 'Storm was just too much for it': Historic tunnel tree falls in California An ancient giant sequoia tree with a hollowed-out tunnel big enough for cars to drive through, was toppled over the weekend by floods following a series of powerful rain storms in central and northern California. The age of the tree was not immediately known, but giant sequoias can live for more than 3,000 years.
"10.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Abandoned by smugglers on Toronto's streets, refugees treated for severe frostbite Dr. Paul Caulford says an alarming number of refugees are risking frostbite to cross the Canadian border — where they are left to fend for themselves in frigid temperatures. His Toronto clinic has treated nine people after the city's latest cold snap. "Abandoning them in a desolate park, at -15 C with an 18-month-old, should just shock everybody to the core."
"10.01.2017 02:30:00" cbc.ca Tanker grounded off Cape Breton not built for long voyages, says union The tanker that ran aground off the coast of Cape Breton isn't designed to handle a long sea voyage, says the president of the Seafarers' International Union of Canada. "It's not a ship that should be there."
"10.01.2017 02:00:00" cbc.ca Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner to be named senior adviser: reports U.S. president-elect Donald Trump will appoint his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to the position of senior adviser to the president, media outlets reported on Monday, a potentially thorny choice in the face of anti-nepotism law. Kushner is married to Trump's eldest daughter and helped guide the president-elect to his victory.
"10.01.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Ethics watchdog 'considering' investigation into Trudeau's vacation with Aga Khan The federal ethics commissioner is considering launching an investigation into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's vacation in the Bahamas after receiving a complaint from Conservative leadership candidate Andrew Scheer. Conservative leadership candidate Andrew Scheer made the complaint to the ethics commissioner.
"10.01.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Canadian Olympian Erica Wiebe stars in India's flashy Pro Wrestling League She won't be smashing a folding chair over anyone's back, but Erica Wiebe is officially a pro wrestler. The Canadian Olympic champ is one of the highest-paid athletes in India's glitzy Pro Wrestling League. The pro-wrestler's auction price was 4.3 million Indian rupees, or more than $80,000 Canadian.
"10.01.2017 00:30:00" Dundas, Ont. dad builds a homemade Zamboni This Ontario dad turned household items into a homemade Zamboni: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3923549
"10.01.2017 00:00:00" cbc.ca Drake sets hip hop tour record After a boffo 2016, Drake has another accolade to add to his tally: highest-grossing hip hop concert tour. Started from the bottom now he's got the highest-grossing hip hop concert tour ever.
"09.01.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Honda getting government help to revamp Ontario plants Honda is spending more than $400 million to upgrade its Alliston, Ont., facilities. Ottawa and Queen's Park will each contribute $41.8 million.
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"09.01.2017 23:00:00" cbc.ca Refugees continue to flee to Manitoba The number of refugees illegally entering Manitoba near the Emerson border has doubled every year since 2013. "Eventually someone is going to freeze to death out there."
"09.01.2017 22:30:00" Vancouver Rubik's Cube tournament Rubik's Cube champion Kevin Hays can solve the iconic game in 5.1 seconds: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3926320
"09.01.2017 22:00:00" cbc.ca Kids jumping for joy as giant boat-inspired tree house allowed to stay up A controversial boat-inspired tree house doesn't need to be torn down, so long as the dad who built it makes a few adjustments agreed upon by the city and his neighbour. The tree house can stay so long as it's lowered, moved slightly and includes new fence.
"09.01.2017 21:30:00" cbc.ca Justin Trudeau to shuffle his cabinet Tuesday Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will make changes to his cabinet on Tuesday, including replacing Stéphane Dion as foreign affairs minister, CBC News has confirmed. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will make changes to his cabinet, including replacing Stéphane Dion as foreign affairs minister.
"09.01.2017 21:00:00" cbc.ca Highway 401 crashes involving about 100 vehicles caught on camera Ontario Provincial Police are reminding drivers to slow down or risk another pileup like the one caught on film Saturday near Bowmanville, Ont. Ontario Provincial Police say that in whiteout conditions, normal highway speed is "way too fast."
"09.01.2017 20:30:00" cbc.ca Obscure Palestinian group claims Jerusalem truck attack An obscure Palestinian group has claimed responsibility for a truck ramming in Jerusalem that killed four Israeli soldiers — an attack that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said earlier was likely inspired by ISIS. The "Groups of Martyr Baha Eleyan" has threatened more attacks.
"09.01.2017 20:00:00" cbc.ca Long-distance birdie call: Alaska's sex-crazed sandpipers travel far to try and find mates You fly more than 100 miles for love. You get rejected. You fly another 100 miles. Another rejection. And another. That's the high-flying but futile sex life of the male pectoral sandpiper looking for love in northernmost Alaska, according to a new study. "They're definitely trying hard to flirt and court... Failed Don Juans, mostly." – Bart Kempenaers, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology.
"09.01.2017 19:48:35" Toronto fentanyl LIVE: Toronto Mayor John Tory addresses steps the city will take to combat illicit-drug overdoses in the wake of the fentanyl crisis seen in other Canadian cities.
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"09.01.2017 19:30:01" cbc.ca Most companies expect 2017 to be better for them, Bank of Canada survey finds A new Bank of Canada poll suggests a greater number of Canadian firms expect to benefit from what they anticipate will be stronger post-election growth in the United States. A Bank of Canada survey found that the majority of companies expect higher sales in 2017.
"09.01.2017 19:00:50" cbc.ca Don Dunphy's daughter breaks down as N.L. shooting death inquiry begins Don Dunphy's daughter tells the opening of a judicial inquiry in St. John's that her father was a good-hearted man who smoked marijuana regularly to cope with pain, and she quickly lost confidence in the police investigation into his April 2015 shooting Don Dunphy was shot dead by Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer Joe Smyth in April 2015. Smyth was cleared of wrongdoing.
"09.01.2017 18:30:45" Ryan Gosling | Disney Mouseketeer Recognize this Golden Globe winner? Ryan Gosling was a Disney Mouseketeer back in 1993: https://youtu.be/2fa0sR-I3e8
"09.01.2017 18:00:42" cbc.ca A little exercise better than none to lower risk of death, study says Weekend warriors who catch up on a week's worth of exercise in one or two days may have a reduced risk of premature death compared with the inactive. Weekend warriors are less likely to die early.
"09.01.2017 17:30:20" cbc.ca Policy by tweet leaves automakers guessing: Don Pittis America's premier auto show opens to uncertainty after Donald Trump's protectionist tweets leave gaping questions about future trade rules. The trouble with tweets: 140-character limit doesn't allow room for much detail.
"09.01.2017 17:00:11" cbc.ca Emirates flight halted in serpent spotting Once Samuel L. Jackson appeared in the Mideast hotspot of Dubai, it really was only a matter of time before the snake on a plane would turn up, too. There is no connection between the snake and Samuel L. Jackson.
"09.01.2017 16:30:34" cbc.ca How the NDP leadership race will unfold in 2017 With 13 names in the running, the Conservative leadership race is already very different from the NDP's, which is without a single official candidate. But the rules of the NDP's campaign will make it very different from the Conservative one, too. Éric Grenier explains why the NDP leadership race will be different from the Conservative one.
"09.01.2017 15:58:23" cbc.ca 'He felt that he had beat it': mother shares story of B.C. son's overdose In the weeks before he died Dec. 11, 2016, amateur boxer Joe Walker felt confident he was finally winning his biggest fight, against a fierce, decade-long addiction. Joe Walker, an amateur boxer, died in December of a fentanyl overdose after fighting to overcome his longtime addiction.
"09.01.2017 15:30:09" cbc.ca Investigator slams Edmonton killer looking for 'delightfully imperfect woman' on dating site for inmates The man who used a dating site to lure his victim to an Edmonton garage before killing and dismembering him is now using a dating site for inmates. A convicted murderer who used a dating site to lure his victim to an Edmonton garage is now on a dating site for inmates.
"09.01.2017 15:00:00" cbc.ca Oilpatch players seek federal approval for investment fund to kick-start slumping industry Two and a half years into the oil price downturn, Alberta is still in a rut, by most measures. Now some oilpatch players have a new idea to get people back to work, and they're looking for help from Ottawa. With the Alberta economy still in a slump, some oil industry players have an idea to get people back to work.
"09.01.2017 14:30:52" cbc.ca This year, we'll probably need a little space from our smartphones: Opinion There comes a time in all romances when we need to start having conversations about what's working and what's not. When it comes to our love affair with technology, we've finally reached that point. Ever want to take a break from your phone? Check out this opinion column from Ramona Pringle.
"09.01.2017 14:00:44" cbc.ca Black people 3 times more likely to be street checked in Halifax, police say Halifax Regional Police information indicates black people are three times more likely to be the subject of a “street check” than people identified as white. "Being pulled over by the police for me, it's normal ... It seems like it's a tax and I keep having to pay." – Ashley Taylor.
"09.01.2017 13:30:31" cbc.ca Sunwing pilot's 'misunderstanding' causes bomb scare near Pearson airport Toronto police evacuated two buildings and dispatched their bomb squad after a pilot left an "antique battery" for a colleague. The device in question was actually "an antique radio battery."
"09.01.2017 13:00:31" cbc.ca Trump policy by tweet leaves auto show participants guessing: Don Pittis America's premier auto show opens to uncertainty after Donald Trump's protectionist tweets leave gaping questions about future trade rules. Excitement about record auto sales will be cooled by uncertainty over Donald Trump's anti-free-trade tweets.
"09.01.2017 12:31:06" cbc.ca 'They raped us, they killed our men': Former ISIS slaves recover from horrors faced in captivity Dr. Jan Ilhan Kizilhan's agonizing task was to travel to Northern Iraq to help choose which of the women would have the life-altering opportunity to move to Germany for treatment. "Psychotherapy means to give the feeling: yes, we have some cruel, evil persons, but the world is not all evil." – Dr. Jan Ilhan Kizilhan.
"09.01.2017 12:00:00" cbc.ca Martin Shkreli suspended from Twitter for harrassing female journalist Former U.S. drug executive Martin Shkreli, dubbed the "pharma bro" and vilified for raising the price of a lifesaving drug by 5,000 percent, was suspended by Twitter on Sunday for harassing a female journalist. Shkreli had dogged freelance reporter Lauren Duca, including sending her requests for dates.
"09.01.2017 11:30:01" cbc.ca 'They made me sick': B.C. woman who contracted hepatitis C through tainted blood denied costly cure A Nanaimo, B.C., woman who contracted hepatitis C through tainted blood is being denied coverage for a costly medication that could cure her of the virus because the B.C. Ministry of Health says it can't afford to pay for it. B.C. won't cover a hepatitis C cure for a woman infected with tainted blood because, the province says, it costs too much.
"09.01.2017 11:00:00" cbc.ca Desmond family funerals planned for this week Brenda and Lionel Desmond will be remembered Wednesday morning at a mass in Tracadie. A funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon for Aaliyah and Shanna Desmond. Afghanistan war veteran, Lionel Desmond, is assumed to have pulled the trigger, killing his wife, mother and 10-year-old little girl.
"09.01.2017 10:00:00" cbc.ca Toronto company connecting people to therapists — with a click Toronto woman coping with mental health issues launched TranQool, a place for people to access counselling sessions through video interaction in their own home. The goal is to expand the online therapy centre nation-wide in the next year.
"09.01.2017 09:26:39" cbc.ca Meryl Streep's Trump broadside tops memorable Golden Globes moments Though its typically the free-flowing booze and weird crowd shots that define the Golden Globes, this year's show took a decidedly more political tone. "Disrespect invites disrespect, violence incites violence. And when the powerful use their position to bully others we all lose," she said.
"09.01.2017 09:00:00" cbc.ca How the media almost missed your newest organ and questions about drug prices: 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. Do you know where and what your mesentery is?
"09.01.2017 08:00:00" cbc.ca 'You can be loved': Asexual community calls for understanding, support Kiana Jaymes is used to explaining what her sexual orientation means to people. There's a lot of information about being gay, bi-sexual or transgender but less people know what it means to be asexual, she says. People who are asexual have no sexual desire or have sexual desire but don't connect it to other people.
"09.01.2017 07:00:00" cbc.ca The economists' guide to arguing about the carbon tax Among economists, it's an essential and effective tool in the fight against global warming. But for many, a carbon tax seems like the very definition of a tax grab. This week on the 180, we clear the fog to help you understand what we're really arguing The carbon tax debate continues.
"09.01.2017 06:00:00" cbc.ca Flooding, fire, highways: Union Point Church shows history, heart along Highway 75 For drivers heading down Highway 75 to the American border there's one welcome sign they are headed in the right direction. The little white church stands all alone between two busy stretches of highway in Manitoba.
"09.01.2017 05:00:00" cbc.ca Radical groups bring neo-facism, white nationalism to Quebec Meet the two groups working to bring European-style neo-fascism and American-style white nationalism to Quebec. Far-right groups like Atalante and the FDS have become adept at choosing their words carefully in a quest to make their ideas more mainstream.
"09.01.2017 04:30:00" cbc.ca New Brunswick woman receives $200 ransom demand for missing dog A New Brunswick woman says she is distraught and heartbroken after receiving a ransom call for her missing dog. "I let my dogs out to use the washroom. One came back. Sadie didn't."
"09.01.2017 04:00:00" cbc.ca How NATO is falling behind the Russian bear in the Arctic With Russia and the West finding itself at odds across the globe, is it time for Canadians to be worried about the Russian bear in the Arctic? "It's a full-spectrum press in the Arctic."
"09.01.2017 03:30:00" cbc.ca Israeli PM says Jerusalem truck attacker who killed 4 soldiers was an ISIS supporter An attacker rammed a truck into a group of Israeli soldiers who were disembarking from a bus in Jerusalem on Sunday, killing four people and wounding 15 others, Israeli police and rescue services said. Three women and a man died, according to Israel's rescue service MDA.
"09.01.2017 03:00:00" cbc.ca Eatons join Olympic star-studded cast at Golden Globes This Olympic star-studded cast traded in a day of training for Red Carpet glam at the 74th Golden Globe Awards. What better way to celebrate their athletic careers than a night at the Golden Globes?
"09.01.2017 02:30:32" cbc.ca Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone add to La La Land's list of wins at Golden Globes La La Land was steamrolling through a Jimmy Fallon-hosted ceremony that mixed the expected Hollywood celebration with often-voiced concern over president-elect Donald Trump. Let the awards season begin.
"09.01.2017 02:00:11" LIVE: The National for Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017 This is The National for Sunday, January 8, 2017
"09.01.2017 02:00:00" How to protect your privacy on your phone Here are a few things you should (probably) know about your phone: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3919832
"09.01.2017 01:30:00" cbc.ca Golden Globes 2017: Celebrities strut the red carpet They've arrived.
"09.01.2017 01:00:00" cbc.ca Hundreds attend memorial for Canadian woman killed in Instanbul attack The 29-year-old woman was among the 39 people killed during the shooting at Reina nightclub. Alaa Al-Muhandis was an event planner and had two children.
"09.01.2017 00:30:00" cbc.ca Brad Gushue shuts out Brad Jacobs at Canadian Open Brad Gushue is heading to the finals after blanking Brad Jacobs 4-0 at the Grand Slam of Curling Canadian Open on Saturday in North Battleford, Sask. Gushue never held the hammer in the semifinal but stole 3 ends to make the finals.
"09.01.2017 00:00:01" cbc.ca Hillary Clinton for NYC mayor rumours carry little weight In the weeks since Hillary Clinton's shock election defeat to U.S. president-elect Donald Trump, a rumour has taken hold among New York City's political chattering class: could she challenge Mayor Bill de Blasio's re-election bid this year? Clinton for mayor? Fuhgeddaboudit.
"08.01.2017 23:30:00" cbc.ca Video appears to show Florida airport gunman open fire, passengers scatter The gunman who killed five people at a Florida airport walked calmly through the baggage claim area before wordlessly pulling a handgun from his waistband and shooting at victims who fled or dived to the floor in panic, video showed. Travellers nearby can be seen reacting in horror and scrambling for cover as the shots ring out.
"08.01.2017 22:15:01" cbc.ca We're Still Here: A digital feature from The Doc Project Journalist Yasmine Hassan used Facebook and WhatsApp to stay in touch with refugees in Greece but now, months later, their cries for help continue. "I don't know how to disconnect. These messages keep flooding in."
"08.01.2017 21:45:00" cbc.ca FM radio is old. So why hasn't digital made a dent? The shift to digital radio — touted for its clearer sound and potential for more channels — is taking place at a much slower, wait-and-see pace here. Why Canada won't be following Norway's lead when it comes to switching off FM radio.
"08.01.2017 21:15:00" cbc.ca Another Quebec town turns to beet juice to battle icy roads In an effort to reduce its ecological footprint, Cowansville, Que., has added a little beet juice into its road salt mix, in a move that's meant to save money and protect the environment. Toronto, Halifax and Saint John, N.B., also use beets on their roads.
"08.01.2017 20:45:02" cbc.ca Is it time to re-think rules around guns in checked luggage? Reports that the gunman in a mass shooting at a Florida airport pulled his gun from a checked bag are raising questions about how someone could possibly transport a weapon on a commercial flight and use it against fellow travellers. Packing a gun in checked luggage is legal in Canada and the U.S.
"08.01.2017 20:02:52" cbc.ca Boards from Kandahar Airfield rink coming home to Canada The hockey rink used by Canadian soldiers at Kandahar Airfield has been disassembled and its boards are on their way back home. The rink saw hundreds of games over more than a decade in Afghanistan.
"08.01.2017 19:58:11" cbc.ca Rescue workers scoop 6 crew from tanker stranded in Nova Scotia A tanker has run aground off Little Pond, N.S., after experiencing engine failure and rescue crews are now removing six people from the stranded ship. "The vessel's hull has not been compromised, and there's no report of pollution."
"08.01.2017 19:31:49" cbc.ca Florida shooting survivors left stranded Canadians are among the stranded travellers in Fort Lauderdale trying to recover belongings separated from their owners during Friday's shooting rampage. "We have no IDs, we have no passports, no money."