Sherbrooke man in his twenties dead following altercation overnight

A man in his twenties is dead after he was badly injured in an altercation in Sherbrooke overnight.

Teaching sex-ed will be guided by human rights, public board says

The Waterloo Region District School Board says it will be guided by the Ontario Human Rights Code when it comes to teaching sexual education this September.

QUIZ: Can you guess which items from your favourite food joints contain the most calories?

A full day’s worth of food, with results that might surprise you.

Ontario to back Saskatchewan court reference on federal carbon tax plan

Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that Ontario will intervene in support of Saskatchewan's court reference case, challenging the federal government's right to impose a carbon tax on provinces that don't comply with its climate change plan.

(Live at 9:00 pm ET) 2018 Canada Cup Women’s International Softball Championships

From Softball City in Surrey, BC

(Live at 8:00 pm ET) 2018 Team Canada Swimming Trials on CBC: Finals - DAY 2

From the Kinsmen Sports Centre in Edmonton, AB

Rocks thrown at moving vehicles investigated in eastern P.E.I.

RCMP are investigating two incidents where rocks were thrown at moving vehicles in Murray River this month.

Crash involving Regina police vehicle, car injures 2

A Regina Police Service vehicle was involved in a collision during the early hours of Thursday morning, temporarily shutting down traffic at an east side intersection.

One-fifth of on-reserve families to miss out on child benefit boost: Duclos

Thousands of Indigenous families living on-reserve will miss out on a boost to the federal Liberals' signature child benefit that government MPs plan to tout at dozens of events Thursday.

How Jeff Daniels beat his inner critic to make music

Jeff Daniels looks back on when and where his love of music began, back before his acting career even got off the ground.

Worker seriously injured at Olymel plant in Cornwall

A 22-year old Cornwall woman has been seriously injured after her hand got caught in a piece of equipment at the Olymel bacon plant in Cornwall.

Brampton boy who went missing found with life-threatening head injury

A five-year-old Brampton, Ont., boy found this morning near his home has been sent to hospital with life-threatening injuries after he went missing from the residence.

Derek Fildebrandt to launch Freedom Conservative Party of Alberta

Independent MLA Derek Fildebrandt is launching the Freedom Conservative Party of Alberta, saying he wants to provide another choice for conservative-minded voters.

Deep fryer sets fire to shed near Wallaceburg home

A propane-fired deep fryer set off a fire at a large shed next to a house in Wallaceburg.

Greenpeace activists scale Big O in protest of Trans Mountain

Greenpeace activists are scaling the Montreal Olympic Stadium tower in protest of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's decision to spend $4.5 billion to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline ahead of its possible expansion.

CBC Music Top 20, July 19: the Darcys, Joey Landreth debut and lovelytheband remains at No. 1

Counting down the hottest tracks of the week on CBC Music.

From ashes to glass beads: honouring a daughter's dying wish

A feature documentary about India Buxton Taylor, a 16-year-old girl who died of an extremely rare neurodegenerative disease, and the special pilgrimage her parents made to Japan to honour their daughter.

Fire disrupts Ottawa Fury game

A flare set off in the stands briefly disrupted Wednesday night's game against Toronto FC.

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.

Lena Waithe hopes to bring greater representation to Chicago's black communities on TV

Waithe hopes her new Showtime series The Chi will bring humanity and perspective to a city that usually makes headlines for gangs and gun violence.

Undaunted by creditors and fraud charges, Peter Pocklington launches pot company

Undaunted by creditors owed millions of dollars and a looming court fight, former Edmonton Oilers owner Peter Pocklington is seeking investors for a new business venture: a cannabis company.

Rejection of controversial project 'a pretty hard blow,' says Yukon miner

'I really don't know if it's worth putting any more money and time into it,' says miner. He says big mining companies should "go find somewhere else to explore,' because Yukon has become a less friendly place for miners.

Fortunate Ones on writing songs that offer hope in dark times

Newfoundland indie-folk duo Catherine Allan and Andrew James O'Brien, also known as Fortunate Ones, talk about their musical chemistry and perform a few songs live.

A Comic-Con without Marvel, HBO gives others a chance to shine

More than 130,000 pop culture devotees will come to San Diego's Gaslamp District for the annual four-day comic book convention Comic-Con, the big, bright and very heavily branded confab of costumed superfans and the corporate sponsors vying for their attention — and dollars.

Moose closes Highway 417 in Nepean

A moose has made its way onto eastbound Highway 417 in west Ottawa, causing the highway to be closed in both directions.