Lightning sparks up to 60 new wildfires amid B.C. heatwave

Hundreds of lightning strikes have sparked up to five dozen fires across B.C., where forests have dried up after days of unusually hot weather.

NHL awards: Connor McDavid wins Ted Lindsay Award for 2nd straight year

Connor McDavid has won the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHL's most outstanding player as voted on by his fellow players.

Run rapid-transit buses on 1st Avenue, not 3rd, say Midtown Plaza and World Trade Centre builders

The potential shakeup comes only months before the city plans to make its final route recommendations.

Watch Power & Politics for June 20, 2018

We talk to the Minister of Justice and and the Premier of Saskatchewan about what happens now that weed will be legal on October 17. Trump reversed course on his controversial policy of separating children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. But, the President says he isn't backing down on his 'zero-tolerance' policy? What does that mean? We'll ask a national security reporter at the Washington Post. Finally, as he walks away from federal politics, Tom Muclair discusses the state of the NDP.

Windsor police 'ready' but concerned amidst marijuana legalization

Windsor police is ready for the impending legalization of marijuana but there are many pieces to "a complex puzzle" which need to be put in place, according to chief Al Frederick.

Samantha Savage Smith gets her creative mojo working again

It's Sled Island time again, and Calgary singer-songwriter Samantha Savage Smith is in studio to sing and talk about her career and her upcoming Sled gigs.

After 35 years as mayor, Belcarra's Ralph Drew stepping down

Ralph Drew was part of the group that led Belcarra into becoming its own municipality in 1979 and has been mayor since 1983.

5 years later, lots sit empty along Elbow River floodway, waiting for Springbank dam

Five years after much of downtown Calgary was under water, there are patches of what look like park land lining the Elbow River in the southwest neighbourhoods Roxboro and Rideau Park.

National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrated with over 100 events across B.C.

More than 100 events will be held across the province to celebrate Indigenous communities. CBC Radio One's B.C. Today will broadcast live from Trout Lake from 12 - 1 p.m. PT with special content celebrating and acknowledging heritage, diversity and stories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.

CAQ proposes $10B transportation plan ahead of October election

If the Coalition Avenir Québec wins the Oct. 1 election, Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante's Pink line will never see the light of day.

Trudeau announcement with First Nations leaders in Prince Rupert LIVE

The Prime Minister will participate in an announcement with First Nations leaders. A media availability will follow. Prince Rupert Canadian Coast Guard facility.

Closing the internet loop: 800-km fibre optic line to connect Inuvik and Dawson City

A nearly 800-kilometre fibre optic network will be built to connect Inuvik, N.W.T. and Dawson City, Yukon, which the federal and territorial governments say will put an end to widespread internet outages in remote communities.

Police issue arrest warrant for Regina pot shop owner who resisted shutting down

Six owner-operators of Regina marijuana dispensaries are facing trafficking and possession charges, while warrants have been issued for two other individuals.

CBC Calgary News June 20, 2018

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta

CBC Saskatchewan News June 20, 2018

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina

Artist Samantha Savage Smith performs live at the CBC Calgary studios

Smith will perform at Sled Island, which takes over 35 city venues with 250 bands, art, film and comedy in Calgary.

CBC Edmonton News June 20, 2018

Stories that matter and analysis to make sense of what's happening

CBC Northbeat June 20, 2018

Every weeknight, we take the pulse of the North and reflect its diversity

CBC Vancouver News

CBC Vancouver News team gets the story beyond the headlines.

CBC Igalaaq June 20, 2018

Viewers from Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are kept up to date by daily current events and news from the Inuit world

National Indigenous Peoples Day ceremony in Ottawa LIVE

Jane Philpottwill delivers brief opening remarks to a ceremony led by First Nations, Métis and Inuit elders

Body rub task force works but women still get hurt, advocate says

An advocate for women’s sexual safety thinks the city’s task force on body rub centres is making progress but there's still more work to do.

Pensions to be clawed back from overpaid Sears retirees

The company that took over Sears Canada's pension plan says former employees have been getting paid too much — and now they have to pay it back.

New report finds 'significant gaps' in emergency response to remote First Nations during wildfires

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

Negative effect of separation on kids detained at U.S. border is reversible but only if it's brief

U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to stop separating migrant children from their parents, but those already in detention face "potentially lifelong consequences on their mental and physical health," a pediatrician warns.