ER doc who treated 1 of Wettlaufer's victims testifies at inquiry
An emergency room doctor thought a coroner should investigate an elderly woman's death because she thought it was likely caused by a medication error, the Wettlaufer inquiry heard Wednesday.
Want to drink like a wizard? Mead is in the middle of an Ontario renaissance
Now more than ever people in Ontario can drink like wizards living inside a Harry Potter novel. The world's oldest alcoholic beverage is making a comeback in Ontario.
'Completely innocent': IHIT says shooting death of Surrey father was case of mistaken identity
Investigators say a minor hockey coach who was killed in a targeting shooting in July was the victim of mistaken identity.
Woman charged after 8 distressed dogs rescued from Alberta hotel room has history of animal cruelty
Police say a woman who was arrested in Innisfail, Alta., after keeping eight distressed dogs in a hotel room is former British Columbia resident Karin Adams, who was found guilty of animal cruelty in that province four years ago and banned from owning animals.
Special Programming: Down at the Lake
CBC NL will feature some special programming to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Royal St. John’s Regatta.
Canada Cup Softball 2018: Canada vs Republic of Korea
Complete coverage of Canada's 6-1 win over Republic of Korea at the 2018 Canada Cup Women’s International Softball Championships from Surrey, B.C.
Mistakenly sent to Green Gables, Anne fights for love & her place in the world
After an abusive childhood, a young orphaned girl ends up living with an elderly spinster & her aging brother - only to transform their lives. Winner of the Best Drama Series at the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards. Watch now.
Police watchdog clears Brandon officer who destroyed images in 'revenge porn' case
Manitoba's police watchdog says no charges should be laid against a Brandon police officer who destroyed a thumb drive of images that were part of a "revenge porn" case.
Roller coaster incident prompts safety changes at Shining Waters
Only July 9, a guest was not fully seated while riding the Buccaneer Bay Bullet Roller Coaster and the safety system was engaged to stop the ride.
Body found floating in ocean off Cape Breton
The unidentified human remains were found in the Atlantic Ocean, about 18 kilometres off Port Hood, N.S.
Reviews from the 2018 Winnipeg Fringe Festival
Not sure what to see at the Winnipeg Fringe? CBC Manitoba has you covered. Read all our 2018 reviews here.
Province should deny Dofasco more time to fix pollution, environmentalists say
East end residents will have a chance to air their concerns about ArcelorMittal Dofasco's request for another year to complete upgrades to its coke-making plants during a community meeting Thursday.
B.C. delivers ride-hailing update LIVE
The B.C. government is set to reveal the next steps in its plan for bringing ride-hailing services to the province.
'That was an act of hate on someone who really didn't deserve it': reaction to store video
Video of a race-related confrontation at the London grocery store and posted on social media is being reviewed by police as a possible hate crime.
UBC researchers explore use of nanotechnology to predict risk of opioid addiction
The microbiomes that live in and on bodies reveal all sorts of health issues including whether a person is at a higher risk of becoming addicted to opioid painkillers, new research from the University of British Columbia shows.
Thursday, July 19, 2018: Jeff Daniels, Lena Waithe and more
Today on q: actor and musician Jeff Daniels, Newfoundland indie-folk duo Fortunate Ones, CBC reporter Katie Nicholson on Radiohead's return to Toronto, actor and producer Lena Waithe.
John Sauder: Storm watch underway in southern Manitoba
John Sauder, CBC's meteorologist in Manitoba, keeps track of weather moving across the province.
Watch the 2018 Canadian swimming trials
CBC sports is providing a free live stream of the 2018 Canadian swimming trials, resuming on Thursday, July 19 at noon ET through to the end of the competition on Sunday.
Girls hit, injured by pickup truck in Nelson House
Two girls were flown to a Winnipeg hospital after being hit by a pickup truck in Nelson House Monday.
What's in the box? Podcasts about containers big and small
Whether it's used to hold a gift, perform a magic trick or even escape slavery, some of the most interesting stories revolve around a simple box.
NDP MP Christine Moore cleared of sexual misconduct claims, will remain in caucus
Quebec MP Christine Moore will remain in the NDP caucus and resume her parliamentary duties after an independent investigation found she did not engage in sexual harassment or abuse her authority as an MP, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said today. Moore will respond at 2:15 p.m. ET and CBCNews.ca will carry it live.
Trump says he's 'not happy' about Fed rate hikes
President Donald Trump is casting aside concerns about the Federal Reserve's independence and saying he's "not happy" with the central bank's interest rate increases.
Husky pipe leaks water used in oil production into river near Turtleford, Sask.
Testing for potential hydrocarbon contamination is taking place near Turtleford after a saline waterline leak was discovered on Wednesday.
Tory pushing for more security cameras, audio technology to curb gun violence
Toronto's mayor says he will be asking the city's police services board today to approve more security cameras, ShotSpotter Technology and the ramping up of a community policing program in an effort to help curb gun violence.
Regina man left with 'huge blisters' after run-in with wild parsnip
Warning: This story contains an image that may be disturbing to some readers. Mark Wilson is a Regina man who suffered burns after hiking past some wild parsnip in the Qu'Appelle Valley area.