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Road to the Olympic Games: Alpine skiing World Cup finals

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 men's and women's World Cup giant slalom and slalom events in Sweden.

Canada wraps up best-ever Winter Paralympics at Pyeongchang closing ceremony

Para nordic star Mark Arendz led the way at the Pyeongchang closing ceremony on Sunday as the Canadian contingent celebrates its best-ever Winter Paralympics performance.

Business, bartering and beans in P.E.I.'s Bygone Days

Historian Dutch Thompson talks to P.E.I. old-timers about business done at the corner store, where farmers often bartered their goods in the early 1900s on P.E.I.

Yellowknife 8-year-old steps up to the table at AWG

He’s small, he’s fast and he’s ready to win.

Data shows growth in demand for Saint John office space

A recent survey of commercial real estate shows that while Saint John continues to have the highest vacancy rate in Atlantic Canada, the city’s market may slowly be gaining momentum.

Kehewin Cree Nation councillor plans 40-km horseback healing journey

Ben Badger, a councillor for Kehewin Cree Nation, is screening "Dakota 38" in nearby St. Paul on Sunday to show community members how the ride can be used as part of their healing journey.

Debate over ethnic nationalism sweeps through Quebec politics

Carlos Leitão, the Liberals normally buttoned-down money man, tossed a match into the oily rag of Quebec politics last week. He then stepped back and watched as the predictable happened.

'We had to put it aside to survive', says Holocaust survivor speaking in Saskatoon

Robbie Waisman says he only has good memories of his life in Poland before he and his family were sent to the Nazi death camps during the Second World War.

Majority of sexual harassment, assault allegations never get to court in these Quebec cities

In several Quebec cities, more than three-quarters of sexual harassment and assault allegations brought to police don’t result in the perpetrator being formally accused, according to an investigation by Radio-Canada.

At MMIWG hearings, translating stories of loss and heartache takes its toll

After years of dealing in the dry language of government and business, Suzie Napoyok now has a very different job: relaying the harrowing stories of loss at the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

Turkey says its forces now control Syrian town of Afrin

Turkey's president says allied Syrian forces have taken "total" control of the town centre of Afrin, the target of a nearly two-month-old Turkish offensive against a Syrian Kurdish militia.

Girl, 11, in critical condition after she was hit by minivan while riding her bike in Burlington

An 11-year-old girl remains in critical condition in hospital after she was hit by a minivan on Saturday evening while she was riding a bicycle in Burlington.

Rwandan rugby teams wear pink, white and green after Swilers donation

The Swilers sent so much gear to Rwanda, the man who brought it all had to leave his own belongings behind.

Greatness abounds as Canadians smash country's Paralympic medal record

The Canadian Paralympic Committee's slogan coming into Pyeongchang was "Greatness is Rare" - but for 10 days in South Korea, Canada's 55 athletes, the largest winter delegation ever, proved greatness was abundant.

Theatre company gives 100 youth tickets to see play about Martin Luther King Jr.

Tonight, a hundred youth will have the chance to see the final Halifax performance of a play about Martin Luther King Jr.

It's time for Toronto to say goodbye to its beloved giant pandas

The time has finally come to say goodbye to four giant pandas at the Toronto Zoo, who have captured the hearts of visitors or people watching videos on social media, and of course, the zoo staff.

Man in his 30s dead, woman in her 20s critically injured in shooting outside bowling alley

A man in his 30s is dead and a woman in her 20s is critically injured after a shooting outside a North York bowling alley on Saturday night.

6 confirmed killed in Florida pedestrian bridge collapse

Authorities now say six people were killed when a pedestrian bridge fell onto a busy six-lane road on the Miami-area campus of Florida International University.

Mark Arendz finally skied his perfect race

Determined to win a Paralympic gold medal, Hartsville, P.E.I. native Mark Arendz finally stood atop the podium after winning the men’s 15 km standing biathlon race.

Mark Arendz finally skied his perfect race

Determined to win a Paralympic gold medal, Hartsville, P.E.I. native Mark Arendz finally stood atop the podium after winning the men’s 15 km standing biathlon race.

(Live at 1:00 pm ET) Road to the Olympic Games: Alpine Skiing World Cup on CBC

Alpine Skiing World Cup: Women's Giant Slalom and Men's Slalom Finals - Are, Sweden

Home County is looking for their next artistic director

The search begins for the next visionary behind London’s 46th annual Home County Music and Art Festival.

Helping the homeless — a haircut at a time

Anne Donovan is having an old school bus retrofitted as a mobile hair salon with volunteer hairdressers to provide haircuts to the homeless and less fortunate.

Woman seeks maker of mystery parka that warmed 12 little girls over decades

Joella Hogan wants to know who made the traditional parka that has kept her, and 12 other little girls, warm over the past forty years.

Lyle Sanderson, beloved U of Sask. track coach, to be remembered at Sunday memorial

Jason Reindl, current head coach of the U of S Huskies, competed back when Sanderson was coach. "He wouldn't yell, he wouldn't scream, but when he would say something to me, it spoke volumes," he said.