CBC British Columbia

World »

Analysis The 'change' candidate can't change his ways in 1st debate video
Everyone, even Donald Trump, knew Hillary Clinton would try to get under his skin and lure him off message and down the rabbit hole of his vanity, and yet the Republican candidate couldn't resist the bait for the entire duration of Monday's debate.
Analysis Colombia's historic pact means '1 less war in the world,' but much work still ahead video
Now that the ink is dry on Monday's historic agreement to end Colombia's half-century-old guerrilla war, President Juan Manuel Santos will spend his remaining two years in office trying to translate its uplifting words into concrete deeds in former conflict zones.
CBC IN PARIS 'Back to the street': France's unimagined and unimaginable migrant crisis
One hundred thousand asylum seekers have made their way to France in 2016, a country now playing catchup with what some say was a foreseeable crisis, Michelle Gagnon writes from Paris.
more »

Canada »

Air Canada, WestJet 'colluded' to charge checked bag fee, proposed class action alleges
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges that Air Canada and WestJet "colluded" to introduce a charge for a first checked bag fee. It also claims that the added charge has “unjustly enriched” the two airlines because it comes with no extra service.
Health minister vows to do more than just 'open the federal wallet'
Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott says she has an obligation to do more than "simply open up the federal wallet" as she negotiates a new health care accord with the provinces.
Live Royal Visit: William and Kate head to Kelowna for wine tasting and volleyball match video
The Duke and Duchess headed to Kelowna today for a public event at UBC's Okanagan campus, and then a private wine tasting at a local vineyard.
more »

Politics »

New Pacific NorthWest LNG project decision by Ottawa coming today
The federal cabinet will announce its decision on the Pacific NorthWest LNG project today, CBC News has learned.
Health minister vows to do more than just 'open the federal wallet'
Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott says she has an obligation to do more than "simply open up the federal wallet" as she negotiates a new health care accord with the provinces.
Andrew Scheer to enter Conservative leadership race tomorrow
Saskatchewan MP Andrew Scheer will declare his candidacy for the leadership of the Conservative Party tomorrow.
more »

Health »

Sorry - we can't find that page
 
CBC.ca

Sorry, we can't find the page you requested.

  1. Please check the URL in the address bar, or ...
  2. Use the navigation links at left to explore our site, or ...
  3. Enter a term in the Quick Search box at top, or ...
  4. Visit our site map page

In a few moments, you will be taken to our site map page, which will help you find what you looking for.

more »

Arts & Entertainment»

Lawren Harris mountainscape featured in Steve Martin exhibit set for auction
Fresh off a hit art exhibition spearheaded by Steve Martin, a large-scale masterpiece by Group of Seven founder Lawren Harris is headed for the auction block and expected to fetch more than $3 million.
'Suspicious elements' of Inuk artist Annie Pootoogook's death draw Ottawa police attention
An Ottawa police unit that normally investigates confirmed homicides is looking into "suspicious elements" of Inuk artist Annie Pootoogook's death.
'You guys suck:' Justin Bieber brushes off fans in Oslo
Justin Bieber continues to alienate his fans while on tour, with his latest incident, caught on film, showing the Canadian singer telling devotees they 'suck' during an encounter on the street.
more »

Technology & Science »

Q&A Smart home devices used in cyberattack on tech writer's site
From smart thermostats to smart door locks, the so-called internet of things promises convenience. But security researchers warn that smart devices could also be used as cyberweapons, as illustrated recently in a high-profile cyberattack.
Live Elon Musk to outline his plans for Mars mission
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is in Mexico today and will update the world on his plans to colonize Mars in a talk which began around 2:30 p.m. ET.
Ottawa failing to protect law-abiding Canadians from security surveillance, watchdog warns video
The government is failing to protect the privacy of law-abiding Canadians under a sweeping new information-sharing regime, warns Canada's privacy watchdog. Daniel Therrien tabled his annual report in Parliament today.
more »

Money »

Wall Street reacts to Trump with a shrug despite pro-business bluster video
Donald Trump is running for president on the premise that his business acumen makes him the best man for the job, but reaction from the business community Tuesday suggests that's far from the consensus view.
New Pacific NorthWest LNG project decision by Ottawa coming today
The federal cabinet will announce its decision on the Pacific NorthWest LNG project today, CBC News has learned.
Wells Fargo may claw back some executive pay: report
The board of directors of Wells Fargo & Co. is reported to be considering clawing back some of the millions of dollars in pay to some of its top executives.
more »

Consumer Life »

Sorry - we can't find that page
 
CBC.ca

Sorry, we can't find the page you requested.

  1. Please check the URL in the address bar, or ...
  2. Use the navigation links at left to explore our site, or ...
  3. Enter a term in the Quick Search box at top, or ...
  4. Visit our site map page

In a few moments, you will be taken to our site map page, which will help you find what you looking for.

more »

Sports »

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Preview Canada taking Europe seriously in World Cup of Hockey final
It's certainly not a storied rivalry, or even the matchup most expected, but Team Canada insists it's not taking Team Europe lightly as players prepare to face off in the World Cup of Hockey final beginning tonight (CBC, CBCSports.ca, CBC Sports app, 7:30 p.m. ET).
Coming Up World Cup of Hockey final: Canada vs. Europe video
Watch live at 7:30 p.m. ET as Canada faces off against Europe in Game 1 of the World Cup of Hockey final in Toronto.
World Cup of Hockey: Watch Canada-Europe final on CBC Sports
Ensure you don't miss a moment of World Cup of Hockey action by downloading the CBC Sports app, watching on our website or catching the games live on television.
more »

Diversions »

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
more »