CBC Ottawa News March 30, 2017
Keeps you up-to-date on developing stories in the Ottawa and Greater Toronto regions weeknights following The National.
'Sometimes, I blame myself': Marites Flor on surviving hostage-taking that killed boyfriend Robert Hall
In 2016, Canadians Robert Hall and John Ridsdel were killed by Islamic militants who held them hostage in the Philippines. Hall's girlfriend, Marites Flor, was also taken and spoke to CBC about the harrowing ordeal.
Federal Court orders public safety minister to make decision in immigration case
In a withering ruling, the Federal Court has ordered the federal public safety minister to make decisions on sensitive immigration cases within a reasonable time frame, no matter how busy he is.
U.S. internet service providers get green light to sell user data — but what about Canada?
'Very depressing': CIBC staff losing jobs to workers in India, expected to help with training
'They are scared': CP workers say rookie engineers ill-prepared for dangerous job
How a WWII soldier's initials carved in a tree sparked a journey from a Dutch village to Toronto
The Wigwam Conspiracy: why are Canada 150's Indigenous people stuck in time?
Conservative drop-off deadline approaches — but does anyone want out?
How will we know when police have earned their way back to Toronto Pride?: Robyn Urback
Free labour or a learning opportunity? Student says unpaid internships should be re-evaluated
Real estate lawyers say new regulator will better protect buyers
Post-cyclone flood evacuations in New South Wales, Australia affect thousands
Newfoundland Storm Centre: Closures and cancellations
Gas up just over a penny Thursday morning
North Carolina to vote on repealing LGBT bathroom law today
Rex Tillerson in Turkey: What to expect from the U.S. Secretary of State's visit to Ankara
Netherlands town installs traffic lights for pedestrians walking and texting
Pedestrian deaths in U.S. spike 11% in study, but precise impact of mobile devices unclear
'A mighty bit of flying': Kenn Borek air crews who pulled off daring Antarctic rescue honoured by Smithsonian
Jason Kenney's views on gay-straight alliances called 'extremist' by Alberta education minister
Dan Burritt, CBC Vancouver News at 11 PM March 29, 2017
13 killed in bus-truck collision in southwestern Texas
2017 British Columbia election: Richmond North Centre riding profile