How to train your pup to think their crate is great

Crate training is one of the most essential parts of housebreaking your puppy. But if your pup tends to get anxious in that confined space immediately, the process can be tricky.

Klansville U.S.A. looks back at the origins & history of the KKK

In August 2017, torch-bearing white nationalists gathered for a “Unite the Right” march in Charlottesville, Virginia. Joined by neo-Nazis and other ultra right-wing groups, the rally was reminiscent of Ku Klux Klan demonstrations in the American south.

Zaasaakwe: an uplifting call for Indigenous people to 'shout with joy'

In this beautiful celebration of life, a young woman calls upon Indigenous people to embrace their history, while coming together to strengthen the ties within their communities. Watch now.

Game Wrap: Sanchez injures finger in Blue Jays loss

Aaron Sanchez left after one inning in Toronto's 8-5 loss to the Angels.

Trump & Trudeau's relationship & its effect on Canada | At Issue

From a trade battle to the NAFTA talks to Donald Trump's personal attacks on Justin Trudeau, they're probably not the best of pals right now. Can things be salvaged? Watch At Issue now.

CBC Edmonton News June 21, 2018

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'Alexandre is not a monster': Mosque shooter's parents speak publicly for 1st time

The parents of the man who killed six people inside a Quebec City mosque say the Crown 'demonized' Alexandre Bissonnette in sentencing arguments and failed to take into account how bullying had left their son with severe mental health problems.

Blue Jays drop series opener to Angels, lose Sanchez early


CBC Saskatchewan News June 21, 2018

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Crews fight grass fire above Kamloops neighbourhood

Kamloops Fire Rescue initially responded, but the B.C. Wildfire Service has since been called in to help.

Solar-powered summer: Lighting solutions to keep any garden unplugged & lit after dark

Solar-powered summer: Lighting solutions to keep any garden unplugged and lit after dark

To Pluto & beyond! The inside story of a mission to the edge of the solar system

The leader of the New Horizons mission to Pluto talks about his ultimate adventure.

What happens when an anti-Putin Pussy Rioter teams up with a theatre company in exile?

A new stage show based on the experiences of artists who say they've been censored, imprisoned and tortured in Russia makes its Canadian debut at Luminato.

Teepee back up at Sask. Legislature 3 days after camp members arrested by police

A teepee was re-erected in front of the Saskatchewan Legislature after people were made to take it down by park and provincial authorities earlier this week.

Why 6 people are celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

The atmosphere at Trout lake in Vancouver was lively as hundreds gathered to celebrate Indigenous culture as part of National Indigenous Peoples Day.

Canadian Shai Gilgeous-Alexander goes 11th in NBA draft, flipped to Clippers

Canadian guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was drafted No. 11 overall by the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday. He wasn't a Hornet long, as moments later Gilgeous-Alexander was headed to the Los Angeles Clippers in a trade.

Harris leads Redblacks demolition of Roughriders

Quarterback Trevor Harris had a solid outing, throwing two touchdowns over 345 yards to lead as Ottawa Redblacks opened their regular season with a 40-17 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Thursday night at TD Place.

Little Grand Rapids evacuees to be flown back home starting Saturday

Residents of Little Grand Rapids First Nation will be flown back home in groups starting this Saturday after a wildfire caused them to evacuate for about a month, according to Councillor Clinton Keeper.

Game Wrap: Redblacks beat up Roughriders in home opener

Trever Harris threw for 345 yards and two touchdowns in the Ottawa's 40-17 win on Thursday.

Game Wrap: Redblacks beat up Roughriders in home opener

Trever Harris threw for 345 yards and two touchdowns in the Ottawa's 40-17 win on Thursday.

Phoenix Suns select Deandre Ayton 1st overall in NBA draft

The Phoenix Suns have made Deandre Ayton the first No. 1 pick in franchise history. The Suns stayed close to home Thursday to take the Arizona centre who averaged 20.1 points and 11.6 rebounds in his lone college season.

CBC Winnipeg News June 21, 2018

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Online rental ad too good to be true, scammer almost ensnares Winnipeg house hunter

A Winnipeg man wants house hunters to beware after he almost got sucked in by an online rental scam.