Murder charge laid in 2017 death of Jordan Buchner, shot outside Brampton nightclub

A 29-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of Jordan Buchner, a 23-year-old shot and killed outside a Brampton nightclub last year.

Regina's Davin School changing name in the fall

The Regina Public School Board has voted to rename Davin Elementary School in light of concerns over connections with the school's namesake and residential schools.

City proposes facelift for downtown surface parking lots

Surface parking lot owners with businesses in the downtown core may have to comply with new beauty and safety standards, or get hit by big fees. And drivers may be stuck footing the bill.

Watch Ruth B return to her high school to perform 'Lost Boy'

Edmonton pop star Ruth B does the Canadian Music Class Challenge a solid by performing her hit song "Lost Boy" in her old high school music class.

Canadian Music Class Challenge 2018: key dates

Find out when to enter — and when we choose a winner.

U.S. quits UN Human Rights Council, accusing it of 'hypocrisy'

The Trump administration is withdrawing from the UN Human Rights Council because of what U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley describes as its "hypocrisy" and bias against Israel.

Trump meets with Republicans amid furor over immigrant children

U.S. President Donald Trump met with Republicans on Capitol Hill tonight to talk about immigration amid an increasing uproar — from both opponents and some members of his own party — over his administration's policy of separating families after illegal border crossings.

St. Clair College expanding downtown footprint with eye on international student growth

St. Clair College is readying a new addition to their downtown campus in the One Riverside Drive building — a next step in fulfilling the school's vision of becoming a "destination college."

Son of a beach: Accidental Beach is back — and this time, the city says it's ready

This year, the sand and sun will be accompanied by security measures, parking restrictions, dog laws, booze bans and porta-potties

City of Victoria wins court battle over right to ban plastic bags

With the court challenge cleared, the city's ban will come into effect on July 1

June 19, 2018 episode transcript

Full text transcript for June 19th episode

CBC Winnipeg News June 19, 2018

Our community. Our neighbourhoods. The news of our city.

Alberta day trips: Walk on the Iron Horse Trail and see 'The Land of Big'

A trip to "The Land of Big" in Alberta, to see the largest pyrogy or some giant mushrooms, can be a great way to spend a day.

'Prince of odometers' pulls off this perfect number sequence in the family minivan

An ordinary North Carolina man has achieved an extraordinary feat: the ultimate odometer picture, captured through careful calculation and planning.

Sask.'s pharmacy college considers ban on non-prescription codeine products

In most of Canada, low-dose codeine medications are available from pharmacies without a prescription. That could be changing in Saskatchewan.

Major water outage in Pierrefonds leaves residents without drinking water

About 100 homes in Montreal's Pierrefonds area in the West Island were without drinking water all day after a water main break early Tuesday morning.

Choosing P.E.I. referendum commissioner must be 'open and transparent' says Aylward

P.E.I. Progressive Conservative Leader James Aylward says he wants to see an open and transparent process for choosing the referendum commissioner.

New Oneida chief hopes to offer action on longstanding community concerns

The newly-elected chief of Oneida Nation of the Thames says her “community wants action” to be taken when it comes to longstanding issues facing the southwestern Ontario First Nation including drug abuse and unemployment.

Lawyer claims young Toronto black man beaten into coma by officers, but police say it never happened

An alleged case of police brutality making waves on social media — involving a 23-year-old black man whose lawyer says he was "beaten into a coma"— isn't what it's made out to be, say Toronto police.

Indigenous activist outraged after photo used without permission on government promotional material

A Winnipeg sexual assault survivor says they feel retraumatized after their picture appeared without their permission on a banner at a federal government event celebrating female empowerment.

Defence lawyer asks sex assault complainant why she didn't 'clench [her] legs together'

A defence lawyer who asked a young woman why she didn't "clench [her] legs together" to prevent her father pulling down her pants and having sex with her has been admonished by a Calgary judge.

Buffy Sainte-Marie, Sarah McLachlan, Fred Penner and more on why music education is important

Canadian artists from Buffy Sainte-Marie to Sarah McLachlan to Fred Penner have shown a deep commitment to music education in Canada. In their own words, why it's important to them.

Senate passes pot bill, paving way for legal weed in 8 to 12 weeks

Senators have voted to pass the federal government's bill legalizing recreational marijuana by a vote of 52 to 29, with two abstentions, paving the way for a fully legal cannabis market within eight to 12 weeks.

Whitehorse hopes to attract bus riders with new transit plan

Right now, 59 per cent of the people who ride the bus are commuting to and from work, and 24 per cent use it for personal shopping.

Humboldt Broncos bus crash survivors reunite in Las Vegas for NHL awards

Ten of the people who survived the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash have reunited in Las Vegas.