Harley-Davidson shifts some production overseas as EU tariff of $2,200 per bike kicks in

Harley-Davidson, facing rising costs from new tariffs, will begin shifting the production of motorcycles heading for Europe from the U.S. to factories overseas.

Monday, June 25, 2018: Shawn Mendes, Sylvain Neuvel and more

Today on q: Canadian pop star Shawn Mendes, q screen panel with Tina Hassannia and Eli Glasner, dance artist and choreographer Sze-Yang Ade-Lam, Canadian author Sylvain Neuvel, Robin Dann of the experimental pop band Bernice.

Growing U.S. border protests over migrant children separated from parents

Growing border protests over migrant children separated from their parents continue in the United States. CBC's Paul Hunter reports.

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Shawn Mendes on success, anxiety and his love for Ronaldo

The Canadian megastar rose to fame in his teens, but his just-released album is all grown up

Wave of no-frills airlines spurs interest in flying to and from smaller Canadian cities

Formerly sleepy secondary airports in Canada's two busiest air markets are in for a new lease on life thanks to the rise of discount airlines and projected growth in travel over coming decade.

'Remarkable drop' in C. difficile infections found at Canadian hospitals

Rates of C. difficile, the most common infectious cause of diarrhea in hospitalized patients in Canada, have decreased 36 per cent. Researchers say improvements in infection-control measures may have contributed to the decrease.

Man dead after shooting inside Sherbourne Street apartment building

One man is dead after a shooting inside a downtown apartment building early Monday morning.

Canadian troops prepare for peacekeeping mission in Mali

Canadian troops are preparing for their peacekeeping mission in Mali, and The National co-host Adrienne Arsenault is in the city of Gao watching the mission unfold.

Is every skinny person conspiring against me?

Rakhee runs into an old colleague and drills her on how she lost so much weight.

Northern community saddened after 114-year-old stone church destroyed by fire

A fire has rendered the St. Paul's Roman Catholic church in Bas-Caraquet a "total loss" according to the Caraquet fire chief.

Verdict expected today in Gee-Gees sex assault trial

A Thunder Bay, Ont., judge is expected to release her decision this afternoon in the trial of two former University of Ottawa hockey players facing sexual assault charges from a 2014 incident.

Overcrowded Labrador prison causing problems for inmates, guards, says NAPE president

Newfoundland and Labrador's largest public workers' union says the prison in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is understaffed.
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Boyhood, For Esmé, L Con: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of June 25, 2018

For Esmé has the highest debut on the chart this week with "For Others."

Sask. pot industry could face supply shortage on legalization day

'It is going to be tight,' says a former lab tech planning to open to open a Prince Albert, Sask., pot shop in time for October 17.

Shawn Mendes on success, anxiety and his love for Ronaldo

The Canadian megastar rose to fame in his teens, but his just-released album is all grown up.

Do Edmonton police searches of bar ID scanners violate customers' rights?

Random Edmonton police inspections of customer ID scanners in bars and lounges may violate Alberta’s privacy laws, some privacy and legal experts say.

Yellowknife's Housing First eyes expansion and graduating 1st clients out of program

Five people in Yellowknife’s Housing First program have made it more than one year without an eviction, a milestone that has them preparing to graduate from the program.

Walk to support striking health centre workers planned for Monday

"As a city, we're asking them to get back to the table, start bargaining in good faith with these women, with their employees," organizer Lori Paras told CBC News.

Convicted triple murderer's request for DNA testing punted by B.C. judge

A man convicted of murdering his wife and twin toddlers needs to apply directly to Ottawa if he wants the DNA testing he insists will prove his innocence, a B.C. judge has ruled.

Drummer Sheila E. encourages female musicians to keep smashing taboos

Legendary drummer Sheila E. had to fight for recognition throughout her career. She advises other young and aspiring female musicians to be confident, despite obstacles like sexism and harassment that can still be found in the industry.

Police arrest man in Niagara Falls, N.Y. suspected of cutting off pregnant wife's arm

Police have arrested, in Niagara Falls, New York, a man suspected of cutting off his pregnant wife's arm.

Canada Revenue Agency falling behind as uncollected taxes owed rise to $44 billion

A $352 million collection program launched by the Liberals has not stopped the growth in the tax debt - the amount of taxes Canadians acknowledge owing to Ottawa but have not paid. The tax debt hit a record $44 billion in March and is set to rise to more than $47 billion by 2020, an internal document shows.

Needle exchange program at Kitchener women's prison begins today

Inmates at Kitchener's federal prison who use injection drugs will have access to clean syringes after the launch of a needle exchange program was delayed for a week.