Provincial budget helps Saskatoon shave average tax bill by $15 a year

Saskatoon property owners will pay about $15 less in property taxes than expected this year because of a renewed agreement between province and the city government.

'I don't know how to not care': Filmmaker Brad Peyton on Rampage, and why negative reviews still get to him

The Canadian director talks about his latest film Rampage, and shares his thoughts on critics and their negative reviews of Hollywood blockbusters.

419: A public forum on cannabis and youth LIVE

CBC's 419 public forum will be a platform for intergenerational, inter-community dialogue about marijuana, teens and parents.

Patrick Chan discusses retirement with Scott Russell

The Olympic champion looks back on his figure skating career, and ahead to what's next in his journey.

BC Ferries cancels several Gulf Islands sailings following accident

On Wednesday, two ferry workers were taken to hospital after they were dropped into the water during a safety drill on the Queen of Cumberland.

Milos Raonic withdraws from Monte Carlo Masters

Second-seeded Marin Cilic advanced without hitting a ball after Canadian Milos Raonic pulled out of the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday with a right knee injury. It was not immediately clear how Raonic injured his knee.

Decision on charges in death of rock icon Prince LIVE

Lawyer Mark Metz holds a news conference to announce whether anyone will be charged after an investigation into Purple Rain singer Prince's overdose death 2 years ago

Southwest passenger tells of rescue attempt LIVE

Firefighter Andrew Needum, one of the two men who pulled passenger Jennifer Riordan back into the Southwest plane through a broken window before she died

Testimony at Commons committee on access to information, privacy and ethics LIVE

Issue discussed is the breach of personal information involving Cambridge Analytica and Facebook

Southwest pilot Tammie Jo Shults praised, but downplays emergency landing

The Southwest Airlines pilot being called a hero in a harrowing emergency landing after a passenger was partially blown out of the jet's damaged fuselage is also being hailed for her pioneering role in a career where she has been one of the few women at the controls.

Nain gets X-ray machine after teen dies of TB

It wasn't easy to get the portable machine into the remote community, says a health official, and the scans have to be sent elsewhere to be read.

Neighbour's septic system spills into other yards, homeowner says

A woman who owns a home on Lewis Lake in East Uniacke is taking a neighbour to court and claims sewage has been leaking on to her property, and into the lake, since 2010. That’s the same year a new septic system was installed by her next door neighbour.
Poetry Month

9 must-read Canadian poetry for children and young adults

Geared for younger readers, these poems are fun ways to engage in literature.

'We are sorry': Facebook execs grilled by Canadian legislators amid Cambridge Analytica scandal

Senior members of the Facebook leadership team faced a rough ride from MPs on Thursday for their failure to inform more than 600,000 Canadians that their privacy might have been compromised.

Police Sketches Gone Wrong

Here are a few examples of police sketches that are a bit off the mark.

College calls for using private psychologists in schools to reduce waits

The College of Psychologists of New Brunswick says a lack of psychologists in the public sector is a growing crisis in schools across the province

Sohi defends Liberal infrastructure plan, says 20,000 projects underway

The federal infrastructure minister is defending the government's vaunted spending plan to improve Canada's roads, bridges, and water systems against accusations it is sputtering and overly complicated.

First Play: Felix Anima, Jeff Bird plays Hildegard of Bingen

The Cowboy Junkies harmonicist plays the music of 12th-century abbess Hildegard von Bingen on his latest album, and it's amazing.

CBC Music Top 20, April 19: Alice Merton and Lowell debut and Carmanah is new at No. 1

Counting down the highest ranking tracks of the week on CBC Music.

NASA's exoplanet-hunting spacecraft launched from Cape Canaveral

NASA's TESS spacecraft has been launched atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket to begin a two-year mission to find, and then study, faraway planets and about half a million stars.

New Brunswick man loses his 'free-the-beer' fight

After a five-year legal battle, a New Brunswick man has lost his bid to be able to stock up on cheap beer in neighbouring Quebec.

Communist Party stalwart becomes Cuban president, ending decades of Castro rule

Miguel Diaz-Canel has replaced Raul Castro as Cuba's president, marking a new chapter for the Communist-run island.

Elton John's co-writer Bernie Taupin on 50 years of hits and what their 'perfect song' is

Songwriter Bernie Taupin looks back on 50 years of working with Elton John, and talks about some of his favourite songs off their two new tribute albums.

Trump says he'll 'walk out' if talks with Kim Jong-un aren't 'fruitful'

U.S. President Donald Trump tempers expectations with the threat of "respectfully" leaving the meeting with Kim Jong-un if things don't go the U.S.'s way.

Supreme Court upholds law in cross-border beer case

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled unanimously that provinces have the constitutional right to restrict the importation of goods from each other, as long as the primary aim of the restriction isn't to impede trade.