Doug Ford's PCs launching inquiry into previous Liberal government's spending

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is vowing to "clean up" the government's finances, in part by launching an inquiry into the previous Liberal regime's spending.

20 search crew members, 2 boats looking for missing swimmer in Buntzen Lake

Coquitlam Search and Rescue is responding to a report of a missing male swimmer in Buntzen Lake in Anmore, B.C.

Police seek woman accused of attacking Tim Hortons employees in Brampton

Peel police are trying to identify a woman wanted in connection with an assault investigation at a Tim Hortons in Brampton on Sunday.

Charges laid in 2017 Red Deer homicide

Police were called to an apartment in Red Deer in the early morning hours of March 29, 2017, where they found Mathiang Chol, 26, suffering severe injuries.

'It's garbage': Brendan LaBatte on Roughriders practice habits

Veteran Offensive lineman unloads after practice. LaBatte knows a thing or two about what goes into building a Grey Cup calibre team, and he's just not seeing it with this squad.

Successful entrepreneurs share their failures

Successful entrepreneurs are sharing their professional failures as part of F-ckup Nights Toronto, a speaker series aimed at shifting the culture around failure.

David Frum: Trump's behaviour consistent with Putin having a hold on him

David Frum, former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, says Donald Trump behaves in ways consistent with Vladimir Putin having a hold on him.

MGM Resorts, owner of Mandalay Bay casino, is suing Las Vegas mass shooting victims to prevent future lawsuits

The owner of the Las Vegas casino that was the scene of a mass shooting is suing more than a thousand victims of the attack. MGM Resorts isn't seeking money, instead it is suing to prevent future lawsuits. 58 people were killed, and hundreds of others injured, when a gunman opened fire at the Mandalay Bay in October 2017.

B.C. anti-gang agency to monitor Hells Angels anniversary bash in Nanaimo

As many as 300 Hells Angels club members and other outlaw motorcycle gang members are expected to descend on Vancouver Island this weekend.

Canada Cup Softball 2018: Canada vs South Korea

2018 Canada Cup Women’s International Softball Championships from Surrey, B.C.

Canada Cup Softball 2018: Canada vs South Korea

2018 Canada Cup Women’s International Softball Championships from Surrey, B.C.

Prince Albert suspicious death now considered a homicide

Jordan Ballantyne was found in a yard last week and pronounced dead at the scene.

CBC Atlantic Tonight July 17, 2018

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Financial worries

Jacqueline Hansen reports on a study that paints a picture of the toll that financial worries can take on our mental health.

Paulatuk RCMP recover human remains on Hornaday River

RCMP in Paulatuk, N.W.T., discovered human remains on Monday. The N.W.T.'s chief coroner has requested a forensic examination of the remains, which a news release said can take months.

Evacuation alert lifted for area near wildfire in southeast Yukon

The Yukon government has lifted an evacuation alert for people in or near kilometres 30 to 58 of the Robert Campbell Highway, saying the risk from a nearby wildfire is now reduced.

2 arrested in Igloolik baseball bat assault

The RCMP have arrested two people related to an assault using baseball bats in Igloolik, Nunavut, on Monday night. When the police arrived on scene, three assailants fled. Later, one returned with a rifle and ammunition, according to RCMP.

Got a room? Yukon gov't scrambles to house staff for new Whistle Bend care facility

The Whistle Bend continuing care facility, set to open in October, requires about 250 new staff and the Yukon government is scrambling to house the necessary employees. 'It's a little late in the game to be thinking of where people are going to live,' says union president.

Money worries nearly 1/3 of Canadians: Angus Reid study

The findings are a part of an examination on poverty, causing some to question how exactly we define "poverty."

Trump: I meant "I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia"

U.S. President Donald Trump clarified his comments in Helsinki, saying he meant to say "I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia," with regards to the U.S. intelligence community's conclusion that Moscow did in fact meddle in the 2016 election.

Ransom demanded for patients' records in Ontario data breach

The group claiming responsibility for the breach recently contacted CBC News saying they, "requested compensation in exchange for telling [the provider] how to fix their security issues and for us to not leak data online."

Licence to host: Councillors discuss regulating Airbnbs in Yellowknife

Yellowknife councillors are discussing the regulation of Airbnbs. The proposed regulation means that Airbnb hosts would have to get a $100 business licence annually. The Airbnbs would also be subject to following territorial legislation related to businesses, like yearly fire code inspections.

Manitoba Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont projected to win St. Boniface byelection

Manitoba Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont is projected to be the new representative for the provincial riding of St. Boniface.

Asylum seeker's refugee claim accepted by Canada

Asylum seeker Guled Omar, whom CBC News first met last year, has had his refugee claim accepted by Canada.

Long lines plague Edmonton's new natural swimming pool

The Borden Park pool is plagued by its own popularity.