Hamilton board should ignore PC sex ed curriculum change, says trustee

A Hamilton trustee wants the school board to go rogue and teach some version of the 2015 sex ed curriculum anyway, even though the Doug Ford government has instructed boards to go back to the curriculum from 1998.

Disability benefit recipients denied medical marijuana coverage

An Ottawa woman living with multiple sclerosis says medical marijuana has helped her get off opiates for pain control, but a recent financial setback has left her unable to pay for it. The Ontario Disability Support Program doesn't cover the cost.

Trump, standing with Putin, sided with him over U.S. intel. Is this the dawn of 'America's surrender'?

In the face of a geopolitical menace in the form of Russia, critics warn that U.S. President Donald Trump's refusal to publicly denounce Russian leader Vladimir Putin for interference in the 2016 election heralds the beginning of an era of American 'surrender.'

Pharmacare may appeal to premiers seeking consensus this week in N.B.

Canada's premiers have been calling for a national pharmacare program since 2004. But they may never have been as close to getting one as they are this year — if they can put differences aside and agree on how to do it.

'The damage is done': Farmers worried about this year's crop

Several weeks of intense, hot weather and little rain has Ottawa-area farmers worried about lower yields for this farming season.

Less beef, more bananas: what 50 years of food supply says about Canada's eating habits

Canadians are eating less beef, drinking less milk and soda, and eating more flour-based carbs than they did 50 years ago, food data analyzed by CBC shows.

Bags of garbage and tents found at Ojibway Prairie Complex during cleanup

The cleanup at Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve revealed bags of garbage and illegal campsites.

The Goderich salt mine strike is over. What's next?

The salt mine in Goderich, Ont., employs more than 350 unionized workers and is the largest employer in town. So when mine workers went on strike 12 weeks ago, it wasn't just company employees that felt a pinch — it was every type of business, too.

Mile End tenants say life in apartment intolerable since new owners took over

Tenants in a Mile End apartment building claim for the past four months, the new owners have made their lives unbearable through a number of means, in an attempt to force them to leave.

Millard can't access inheritance if found guilty, and neither can families of his victims

If Dellen Millard is found guilty of killing his father, he will be barred from accessing his inheritance — and that could be bad news for the people who are suing him.

Fix 'dangerous' Harmer Bridge detour on Holland Avenue, cyclists urge

Ottawa cyclists are calling on the city to change a new detour on Holland Avenue, warning that it has created testy — even dangerous — conditions for commuters along the busy route.

CRTC investigating 'possible misleading' telco sales practices after first rejecting the idea

The CRTC has launched a public inquiry into "possible misleading or aggressive" sales practices used by telecom companies, a move the regulator flatly refused to make just six months ago.
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Thousands of patient records held for ransom in Ontario home care data breach, attackers claim

The detailed medical histories and contact information of possibly tens of thousands of home-care patients in Ontario are allegedly being held for ransom by thieves who recently raided the computer systems of a health-care provider.

Break in humidity expected Tuesday

After a warm and humid night, a refreshing northwest wind will pick up late this morning and chase away the humidity.

Brexit campaign group Vote Leave referred to police for breaching spending rules

Britain's Electoral Commission said on Tuesday it had fined the officially designated pro-Brexit campaign group 61,000 pounds ($106,065 Cdn) for breaching spending rules in the 2016 referendum and referred it to the police.

1 in 6 Canadians struggling with finances, Angus Reid survey finds

More than a quarter of Canadians are already facing serious financial hardship, according to the findings of a new study released today as part of an examination of poverty.

CBC Calgary News at 11 July 16, 2018

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The National for July 16, 2018

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West Vancouver votes to prohibit cannabis shops and production

West Vancouver has become the latest municipality in Metro Vancouver to ban all cannabis retail and production facilities within its boundaries.

CBC Edmonton News July 16, 2018

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CBC Calgary News at 11 July 16, 2018

CBC Calgary News at 11 host Shannon Scott brings you a roundup of the news and weather weeknights right after The National.

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Breaking local news, the last look at top stories and a full weather forecast weeknights at 11 pm.

Voyeur arrested on BCIT campus after allegedly taking photos in washroom

A man was arrested at BCIT's Burnaby campus Monday afternoon after he allegedly took cellphone photos of women in the washroom.

CBC Saskatchewan News July 16, 2018

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina at 11 pm