Arendz inspired by P.E.I.'s 'true sense of community'

Mark Arendz says ever since he was seven years old and had a “real eye-opening experience of what community could mean,” he’s been determined to give back to that community.

Boxer David Whittom dead 10 months after Fredericton fight left him in a coma

Boxer David Whittom, who has been in an artificial coma since May 2017, died at the age of 39.

Indian Wells: Federer rallies against Coric to advance to final

Roger Federer rallied to beat Borna Coric 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, extending his career-best start to 17-0 and putting him in the final of the BNP Paribas Open with a chance to win his record sixth title.

McCabe, newly fired FBI official, reportedly kept personal memos on Trump

Andrew McCabe, the onetime FBI deputy director long scorned by President Donald Trump and just fired by the attorney general, kept personal memos describing interactions with the president that are similar to the notes compiled by dismissed FBI chief James Comey, according to The Associated Press.

The NAFTA numbers game: why trade deficit figures seldom agree

The reason why different agencies arrive at different numbers for the U.S.-Canada balance of trade is that the two countries count things differently, and the calculations are truly complicated. But some have sought to twist the numbers completely out of shape in an effort to undermine NAFTA.

Leonard Sumner live on Up To Speed

Manitoba musician Leonard Sumner performing live on CBC Radio's Up To Speed on March 16, 2018.

More on-site funeral services prompt changes at P.E.I. funeral homes

A number of funeral homes on Prince Edward Island are getting more and more requests from people choosing to have services on site.

2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games: CBC Afternoon - Day 8

Watch CBC's day 8 afternooncoverage of the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games: CBC Afternoon - Day 8 - with Described Video

Watch CBC's day 8 afternoon coverage of the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea with descriptive video.

Sudbury has big plans for $99 million in transit funding

Sudbury has big plans for $99 million in government funding for its public transit system. The money was announced on Friday, and comes from all three levels of government. In fact, the City of Greater Sudbury had already been looking into making improvements to its transit system, so it was prepared when the federal and provincial governments came to the table.

Wanted: Dwarfs and goblins for Hogwarts summer school

Kids will get a chance to dress up like their favourite Harry Potter character at a Hogwarts summer school planned for Brentwood Bay on Vancouver Island.
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CBC's afternoon coverage of the 2018 Paralympics in Pyeongchang

Watch CBC Sports' coverage of the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games from Pyeongchang, South Korea. Described video is also available.

Canada wins opening match in Ford World Women's Curling Championship

Jennifer Jones scores 4 in 4th end leading Canada to a 11-5 win over Czech Republic.

Several days of Trans Mountain pipeline protests begin in Burnaby, B.C.

Several days of protests against Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion begin Saturday in Burnaby, B.C.

Barbra Streisand says she's 'never' had #MeToo moment

Barbra Streisand said she's never suffered sexual harassment but has felt abused by the media.

Road to the Olympic Games: Short track world championships

Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly program spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On this week's edition of the program, watch action from the short track world championships in Montreal.

Culture shift needed to reduce speeding deaths in B.C., says planner

How do you tackle the problem of speeding cars causing collisions and deaths? It’s a question On The Coast has asked throughout its series, The Speed Factor, and it’s also a question wrestled by a Vancouver city planner and a Surrey anti-crime advocate.

WestJet CEO's sudden departure creates unexpected turbulence for Calgary-based airline

From labour unrest to grand expansion, the 'little airline that could' is suddenly facing major turbulence without the man who’d led the company for the past eight years. Calgary-based WestJet CEO Gregg Saretsky’s sudden exit – a retirement, according to the company – caught investors, analysts and union officials off guard.

Yarmouth airport lands film featuring Hollywood stars Dafoe and Pattinson

Business at the Yarmouth International Airport is taking off in a new direction, including leasing one of its hangars for a Hollywood film production called The Lighthouse.

Mom feels relief knowing 8-year-old son will get transplant this summer after record-breaking donor drive

The eight-year-old boy who inspired a world record-breaking donor drive in Regina will be getting a bone marrow transplant this summer.

Moncton company launches app to help you save money

A Moncton-based tech startup has launched a new app it hopes will help people manage their spending habits.

'Bigger deal here than it is back home': Irish musician expat marvels at St. Patrick's Day in St. John's

Rowan Sherlock has never spent St. Patrick's Day away from his home in Ireland. This year, he says, he's experiencing a much bigger celebration in St. John's than he's used to.

Voicemail emerges reporting Miami bridge crack before collapse, 4 victims ID'd

Police have officially released the names of four people killed following the Miami bridge collapse after recovering two vehicles from the wreckage Saturday. Authorities continue to look for bodies as word emerged that an engineer's voicemail reporting cracking in the structure wasn't discovered until after the collapse.

Liard First Nation out of third-party management

After four years of seeing programs cut and services administered from B.C., a Yukon First Nation will once again be taking local control of its finances.

Jennifer Jones opens curling worlds with big win

Canada's Jennifer Jones opened the women's world curling championship with an 11-5 victory over Anna Kubeskova of the Czech Republic on Saturday in North Bay, Ont.