'We just want her to come home': Daughter of missing woman wants answers

The daughter of a woman who went missing from Thompson almost a month ago is asking anyone who knows something about the disappearance to send her family a tip.

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Guilty plea in human trafficking case involving 14-year-old girl

There's been a guilty plea in a human trafficking probe that shook seasoned London police detectives who rescued a 14-year-old victim at the centre of the case.

How U.S. tariffs on cars could hit Canadians

The U.S. president has most recently put the trade crosshairs on vehicles, and should Canada be slapped with more tariffs, workers and consumers could be the biggest losers.

It's wild salmon health vs. money and jobs as B.C.'s fish farm fight comes to a head

The B.C. government is reviewing the leases of 20 fish farms that expire on June 20. Opponents are upping their pressure campaign in hopes the government will commit to ending fish farming in the ocean. But supporters say that would be a huge blow to an industry responsible for thousands of jobs.

After 30 years, CBC Calgary won't host a Stampede pancake breakfast

Instead of hosting its annual pancake breakfast. Instead, CBC Calgary will celebrate Stampede by attending events throughout the city, as well as on the Stampede grounds.

Local Special Olympic athletes shine at national bowling championships

After months of preparation, four Special Olympic athletes from the Windsor-Essex County area have medalled at the Canada 2018 Bowling Championships in Prince Edward Island.

Latest Queensway ramp closure could cause traffic jams, community warns

The latest Highway 417 ramp closure near Carling Avenue could potentially cause morning traffic jams on a pair of residential streets, according one local community association.

World's largest offshore-earthquake research centre to open in Halifax

Ninety per cent of earthquakes that affect Canadians happen offshore — but right now there's very little understanding about the seismic activity taking place along the country's coastlines.
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Public Health Sudbury helping tackle distracted driving epidemic

Distracted driving has become not only a police issue but a huge health issue. That from Raymond Beaudry, a public health nurse with Public Health Sudbury and Districts.

Aeroplan promises a transformed rewards program in 2020, but will it fly?

Aeroplan promises a new beginning, but that isn't quelling fears among members about its future after Air Canada finishes cutting ties with the rewards program in 2020.

The Supreme Court has dismissed religious practice as a matter of mere choice in its TWU decision

By stating that a "mandatory covenant is not absolutely required," the Court has substituted its own judgment in place of that of the religious community's, in clear contravention to its own past rulings.

OCDC withholding video of attack on guards, union claims

The union representing correctional officers at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre (OCDC) says jail officials are withholding a surveillance video showing an attack by inmates that sent two guards to hospital.

Russian-Canadian bar owner targeted by harassment, taunts

Alex Yugin, the owner of the Avant-Garde Bar and Gift Shop near the ByWard Market, says he's been experiencing harassment based on his nationality — and he wants it to stop.

Why Canada's tourism industry is finally heating up again

Tourism in Canada is on the rise thanks in part to an increase in travellers from China. But can industry numbers reach pre-9/11 levels?

Anonymous reporting not guaranteed: Ontario has no privacy protection for people who report child abuse

A social worker from B.C. is calling for legislative change since discovering an Ontario children’s aid society was allowed to disclose her identity after she’d reported a concern anonymously.

Moncton-area fire chiefs call for regional live-fire training centre

The fire chiefs of Moncton, Dieppe and Riverview say their departments need better training facilities in the near future.

Family farms one of many concerns uniting us against Trump's trade threats: Don Pittis

Does U.S. President Donald Trump plan to put rural America first at the expense of rural Canada? The way his tariff threats have united Canadians offers insight into this country's contrasting approach to market economics.

Of forests and floods: Devastatingly high water raises clearcut questions

In the rolling hills near Penobsquis, almost every tree has been cut down for as far as the eye can see. This bare, brown land known by some as the Red Dragon may have played a part in the record spring flood.

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