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Britain to get 1st major exhibition of Canada's Franklin artifacts
Upward of 22 unique artifacts from HMS Erebus, the sunken Arctic ship from Sir John Franklin's 19th-century expedition, will be on display in Greenwich, England, next year even as their ownership remains in dispute in Canada.
'Lives are on the line' as changes needed for Nutrition North, argues researcher
As the Federal government begins reviewing the results of its Nutrition North community tour, Tracey Galloway says her independent five-year program review shows the program doesn't work.
MMIW commission won't hear testimony from families until spring 2017
Three months after the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women officially began, advocates worry that families have been "left in the dark" about when they might be expected to testify and are feeling disengaged from the process that is supposed to give them a voice.
Nova Scotia to close public schools as teachers take job action
The Nova Scotia Liberal government vows to force a contract on teachers Monday, the same day the union intends to start job action.
Penny Oleksiak returns to competition at FINA short-course championships
Penny Oleksiak dove off the starting blocks at the Rio Olympics and into Canada's collective heart. Over a few fabulous days, the 16-year-old became one of the country's biggest sports stars.
Friends, family gather to remember Jehovah's Witness who died after giving birth
Family and friends of 26-year-old Éloïse Dupuis gathered to remember a young woman whose death has sparked a movement.
Escaped Hull inmate flees hospital on foot, injures staff member
Police are searching for David Harvey, 22, an escaped inmate who fled while being treated at Pierre-Janet Hospital in Gatineau, Que. — injuring a hospital worker in the process.
School bus with 25 students rolls near Pine Dock, Man.
25 students were in a school bus when it slid off on a highway in the north Interlake and rolled onto its side Saturday afternoon.
Ontario medical community reeling from death of respected physician
Mohammed Shamji has been charged with first-degree murder in a local physician's death, but CBC Toronto cannot name her due to a publication ban.
Online shopping has gone from incremental to exponential, but Canadians still lukewarm
A veteran retail analyst says growth in online shopping is exploding around the world, but Canadian retailers will have to up their game to cash in.
B.C. government provides 3 different fentanyl spending estimates in 3 days video
The amount of money B.C. is spending to prevent fentanyl overdoses seems to depend on which day the question is asked.
Ottawa seeks dismissal of Phoenix legal action forcing it to pay workers on time
Government lawyers are calling on the Federal Court to dismiss a complaint seeking to force Ottawa to pay public servants on time while it sorts out its troubled payroll system.
Brash or bully? Meet Sarnia's locked-out 'Mayor Mike' video
For a mayor who has been locked in a fierce political battle — and locked out of City Hall on nights and weekends — Mike Bradley is surprisingly popular.
Jane Goodall lauds Edmonton-area man for chimp rescue video
World famous primatologist Jane Goodall praises Edmonton-area man who freed a young chimp from an Iraqi zoo this week, relocating him to the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Kenya.
Profile A 'second home' in Yellowknife: Syrian refugee family shares story for the first time
Mustafa Alhajy, his wife and four children were the first Syrian refugees to arrive in Yellowknife just over a month ago. For the first time, they sat down with CBC News and shared their story this week.
Senators defend expense claims for art rentals, hospitality
Some senators are defending their discretionary spending practices after the Senate released a breakdown of expenses showing thousands of dollars in art rentals for senators' offices and lesser amounts on dining out, gifts and hospitality.
Video Whitehorse artist turns off 'dark, winter blues' with new light sculpture
Emma Barr opens up her biggest art exhibit to date and unveils her newest art invention that can be used to help combat depression.
Canada should appoint kidnapping czar as part of hostage approach, says ex-CSIS expert video
Canada should consider appointing a kidnapping "czar" and find a more standardized approach when Canadians are kidnapped abroad, says a former senior member of CSIS who now heads up a private security firm.
In Depth 'A place of fear and dread': case illustrates impact of harassment in military
Her name is Sgt. K.N.L. And she told her harasser's court martial that his behaviour had left her unable to lead or manage troops and had her seriously considering leaving the military.
Elderly Calgary man found not fit for trial in slaying of 'soulmate' wife
An 85-year-old Calgary man accused of killing his "soulmate" wife of 56 years has been declared medically unfit to stand trial.
'Reckless' flying drone near Toronto's Billy Bishop prompts police investigation
Toronto police are investigating after a drone was spotted flying near Billy Bishop airport on Friday morning in an incident involving a Porter Airlines flight.
Hamilton teen released from hospital after brutal attack
Noah Rabbani, a Hamilton teen recovering from a brutal attack last weekend, was released from hospital Friday, his aunt said.
Ontario police continue search for missing girl, 9, believed abducted
Police in Ontario are continuing their search for a nine-year-old girl believed to be abducted by her mother.
FIFTH ESTATE Did police miss chances to investigate Dellen Millard before he killed Tim Bosma? video
There are "legitimate questions” to be raised about the Toronto police investigations into the deaths of two people close to Dellen Millard that occurred before he killed Tim Bosma, the fifth estate has found.
Analysis Time for Liberals to decide if they're serious about electoral reform: Aaron Wherry video
For now, the government is committed to going through the motions to try to reform the voting system, including another round of public outreach. But are the Liberals really committed to doing what it takes to keep their campaign promise?
Demand for free 2017 passes overwhelms Parks Canada website
Demand for free 2017 passes to Canada's national parks has swamped the Parks Canada's website.
Ford recall over faulty seatbelts affects 35,600 Canadian cars
Ford is recalling 680,000 mid-sized sedans, including 35,614 in Canada, because of seatbelts that could fail in a crash.
Analysis Maybe robots aren't the enemy, as jobs and economy surge: Don Pittis
Maybe it's time to stop blaming robots. There are still plenty of things that need doing. The trick is to adjust our economy to make that happen.
Elderly Calgary man found not fit for trial in slaying of 'soulmate' wife
An 85-year-old Calgary man accused of killing his "soulmate" wife of 56 years has been declared medically unfit to stand trial.
'Man in Motion' Rick Hansen says more incentives needed to design accessible buildings
Rick Hansen says a program celebrating accessibility could encourage building designers to create more inclusive spaces. And a report released Friday suggests a large number of Canadians support a LEED-style program to rate building accessibility.