He says he can use sewage water to heat your home

‘Take the poo-poo & turn it into money’: He says he can use sewage water to heat your home

The consumer debt that goes poof when you die

For Canadians with mounting consumer debt, it may be useful to know that when you die, your surviving family members won't be required to pay unpaid bills such as credit card debt.

In Bill Morneau's riding, 40% of children live in poverty, report says

Campaign 2000 hopes the data will prod the government to approve a soon-to-be-finalized poverty-reduction strategy before next year's federal election, and enshrine commitments in legislation so it cannot be undone by a future government.

Red River College students left waiting for answers about program's future

A Red River College student says he was "shocked and stunned" to learn through media reports that the program he's been taking at the school for the last two years is being cancelled.

Canadian triathlete Tyler Mislawchuk places 3rd at World Cup race in Antwerp

Canada's Tyler Mislawchuk placed third at the ITU Triathlon World Cup race in Antwerp, Belgium on Sunday. The 23-year-old from Oak Bluff, Man., finished with a time of 58 minutes, 17 seconds. Belgian Jelle Geens edged New Zealand's Tayler Reid to win the event.

The National for June 17, 2018

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News

At least 3 dead, dozens hurt after earthquake hits Japan

A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan on Monday morning, killing at least three people and injuring dozens.

CBC Montreal News June 17, 2018

The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories

Heat warnings issued for parts of northern Alberta

Environment Canada has issued heat warnings for communities in the areas of Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, High River, Peace River and others.

Strong quake strikes region surrounding Osaka, Japan

Japanese authorities say more than 40 have been injured after a magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit the city of Osaka and surrounding area. Officials says it knocked over walls, broke windows and sparked fires in some buildings.

Trump-Trudeau Trade rift: Do shaky relations shake you?

Donald Trump's ongoing Twitter tirades have put a strain on Canada-U.S. relations already reeling from new steel tariffs and waffling NAFTA negotiations.

Best goals from past Olympics scored by countries competing in the 2018 World Cup

These players are used to performing on a massive world soccer stage.

FIFA World Cup Wrap: June 17

Mexico upset the defending champion Germans, Serbia shut out Costa Rica 1-0 and Switzerland held Brazil to a draw.

Cree chef a farmers market success story in Vancouver

Heat Laliberte is a former foster kid from Saskatchewan who took every opportunity he could to learn to cook and hone his craft — making artisanal bacon.

Century-old church destroyed by fire on south-east Saskatchewan First Nation

Over a century of memories of the United Church on Peepeekisis First Nation are bubbling to the surface after a fire decimated the one-room church on Saturday.

'Accidental' writer traces history of pioneer Chinese family in North Cariboo

Liping Wong Yip didn't set out to write a book when she started researching her in-law's family tree. But after years of work, she released her book From Wah Lee to Chew Keen, tracing the family's journey from China to Quesnel over 100 years ago.

'It's really hard right now': Calgary couple struggles with infant son's rare skin disease

Two-week-old Elias has a rare skin condition which leaves the skin vulnerable to tears and blisters at the slightest touch.

York Region confirms measles exposure at mall movie theatre

York Region public health officials say those who went to see a June 9 showing of Solo: A Star Wars Story at the Promenade Mall Imagine Cinemas may have been exposed to measles.

Toronto under 1st heat warning of 2018

Toronto is under a heat warning with heat and humidity in the forecast for Sunday and Monday.

CBC Atlantic Tonight June 17, 2018

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Defending champs Germany drop World Cup opener to Mexico

Germany became the third defending champion in the last 16 years to lose its opening match at the World Cup, falling to Mexico 1-0 in Moscow on Sunday.

Switzerland holds favoured Brazil to draw at World Cup

Brazil joined the list of big teams struggling to win their opening matches at the World Cup in Russia as the five-time champions were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland on Sunday.

Serbia's Kolarov the difference-maker in win over Costa Rica

Aleksandar Kolarov's curling free kick in the 56th minute has helped Serbia to a 1-0 win over Costa Rica in its World Cup opener on Sunday in Russia.

Canadian Tyler Mislawchuk wins first career World Cup triathlon medal

Mislawchuk finished third at the ITU event in Antwerp, Belgium on Sunday.

Lessons in compassion from children at world anti-poverty walk in Regina

Children are learning to care for and help people outside of Canada at a walk that aims to end global poverty.