Study seeking cause of Crohn's disease hopes to develop predictive test

The Canadian-led, international Genetic, Environmental, Microbial (GEM) project has just reached its target enrolment of 5,000 participants around the world, all unaffected children or siblings of people with Crohn's disease.

1984 Falconbridge tragedy still echoes for Sudbury residents, mining community

June 20, 1984, is a day that still resonates in the minds of many Sudbury residents and throughout the mining community. About 200 workers were on shift at Falconbridge Mine that morning. Four of them never got out.

Diego Costa's ricochet goal allows Spain to squeeze past Iran

Diego Costa's third goal in two matches at the World Cup has lifted Spain to a 1-0 win over a stubborn Iran side Wednesday.

Here are the songs for the 2018 Canadian Music Class Challenge

Check out the great selection of songs for the 2018 Canadian Music Class Challenge!

Wednesday June 20, 2018 Full Text Transcript

Full text transcript for June 20th episode.

Fredericton sets up early-detection traps for emerald ash borer

Fredericton still has to decide what to do about an expected invasion by the emerald ash borer, but first the city is making sure it knows when the beetle arrives.
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No refuge: Developed nations take steps to seal borders to migrants

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: increasing number of developed nations taking legal steps to shut out migrants; how a 'new wave' of Indigenous film is affecting culture; Sepp Blatter is back in the soccer spotlight at the World Cup

CSIS shared information about detained Canadian without approval: watchdog

The Canadian Security Intelligence Service shared and requested information about a Canadian detained by a foreign state without proper approval, says the independent watchdog monitoring the spy agency.

Hamilton woman tried to abduct 4-year-old girl outside Jackson Square: police

Police were called to the Jackson Square Mall doors near King Street and Summers Lane around 11 a.m. by a person who claimed they saw a young woman try to steal the child and flee.

High-risk sex offender seeks bail on latest charges

Convicted sex offender Sem Paul Obed wants bail on sex-related charges stemming from a break-in at a Halifax residence on June 1. He returns to Halifax provincial court on July 5 for a bail hearing.

Unregistered groups targeting Ontario voters with online ads

Two dozen groups who aren’t registered as third parties under Ontario’s election rules have been quietly targeting Ontario voters with Facebook ads on a range of issues during the provincial election campaign, CBC News has learned.

Winnipeg MP calls for better emergency management co-ordination when wildfires strike First Nations

A Winnipeg MP is calling for changes in how the province deals with fires in remote and First Nation communities in Western Canada.

Photo exhibit tells why these refugees call St. John's home

The photos are a reminder of the importance of home, say organizers who help resettle refugees in Newfoundland.

Fredericton sets up early-detection traps for emerald ash borer

City partners with Natural Resources Canada to place traps in Grand Lake and Washademoak Lake.

Man accused of threatening city hall employees in North Bay arrested

A North Bay man accused of threatening city hall employees has been located and arrested.

Anne with an E Season 2: Watch the trailer

Welcome back to Friendships, Family, and the Wonder of Green Gables! Season 2 premieres September 23 on CBC.

Sask. man sent to prison for attempted murder after bulldozing son's home in 2017

A 60-year-old man is headed to prison after he pleaded guilty to attempted murder for bulldozing his son's home last year.

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Hwy. 401 closed westbound at Colonel Talbot Road

A three-vehicle collision has shut down westbound lanes of Highway 401. No injuries have been reported.

National Indigenous Peoples Day: Q&A with Minister Jane Philpott LIVE

Minister of Indigenous Services Jane Philpott is answering your questions at a National Indigenous Peoples Day town hall.

Ontario couple move to P.E.I. to act at Watermark Theatre

It'll be equal parts fun in the sun and suspense on stage for an Ontario couple spending their summer on P.E.I.

SS-GB: It's 1941 & the Nazis have won the Battle of Britain

The Battle of Britain has ended in victory for Hitler’s Germany and the population of 1940s Britain struggles to adjust to life under Nazi occupation. Detective Douglas Archer finds himself working under the brutal SS in occupied London.

'I know the Yazidis are going through hell': ISIS survivors in Canada plead for help for family left behind

After surviving sexual slavery under the brutal rule of ISIS, Yazidis who escaped to Canada cannot find closure because of family members who are still missing, languishing in refugee camps or still in ISIS hands. They want Canada to do more to reunite them.

Sesame Workshop to create new kids TV shows for Apple

Apple is getting into business with the prestigious Sesame Workshop.

Trudeau calls Trump's child separation policy 'wrong' as president does about-face

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today the Trump administration's policy of separating illegal migrants from their children is "wrong," just hours before the U.S. president signed an executive order pledging to maintain family unity.