RCMP releasing few details after body found behind a home in Ndilo

Yellowknife RCMP are investigating a death in Ndilo after a body was found behind a home there on Tuesday.

Instagram unveils new video service in challenge to YouTube

Instagram has unveiled a new expansion, dubbed IGTV, which will increase the time limit on videos from one minute to 10 minutes for most users. Accounts with large audiences will be able to distribute programs lasting up to an hour.

Trudeau calls Trump's child separation policy 'wrong' as president does about-face

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today the Trump administration's policy of separating illegal migrants from their children is "wrong," just hours before the U.S. president signed an executive order apparently ending the practice.

Alberta ordered to pay Saskatchewan, Ontario breweries $2.1M over beer tax

Calgary Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Gillian Marriott found Saskatchewan’s Great Western Brewing Company is entitled to receive $1.9 million in restitution. Ontario-based Steam Whistle Brewing is eligible for $163,964.

Canadian steel not a national security threat on its own: US commerce secretary

The U.S. commerce secretary says Canada is not a national security threat and that a revitalized NAFTA could make the Trump administration's tariffs on steel and aluminum go away.

Defence argues SQ officer who crashed into car carrying 5-year-old boy was just doing his job

SQ officer Patrick Ouellet’s lawyer Nadine Touma has focused on the conduct of the victim’s father, Mike Belance, and whether he made errors driving the day of the collision.

Proud To Shine Features

In honour of Pride Month, CBC Toronto highlights five individuals from the LGBTQ2+ community doing great things.

Trump signs executive order to keep families together at border

U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to keep families together at the border but "zero-tolerance" prosecution policy will continue.

Proud To Shine Features


Trudeau says pot will be legal as of Oct. 17, 2018

The Senate has passed the contentious bill to legalize cannabis, but Canadians cannot legally light up for several weeks to give provinces time to set up a retail regime, Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould warned today.

A radio reporter who lost his voice is back on the air — digitally

Veteran radio reporter Jamie Dupree is once again broadcasting to cities across the U.S. after losing his ability to speak in 2016. His new tool? A digital re-creation of his voice, created from decades of archived reports.

Happ picks up 9th win as Jays salvage split with Braves

Kendrys Morales hit a two-run homer and J.A. Happ was solid over 8 1/3 innings as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Atlanta Braves 5-4 on Wednesday afternoon.

As It Happens: Wednesday Edition

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

The Senate passed the pot bill. What happens now?

Canada is on its way to being the first industrialized country in the world to legalize pot nationally. The contentious Bill C-45 to legalize recreational marijuana passed on Tuesday.

Missing American family's abandoned car discovered in Dease Lake, B.C.

Despite a note indicating the car had run out of fuel and the driver had gone to find more, checks with local gas stations haven't turned up any signs of the family.

White House news briefing LIVE

Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders takes questions in Washington

Phil Mickelson apologizes for intentionally violating rules at U.S. Open

Phil Mickelson has apologized four days after intentionally violating golf rules by hitting a moving ball on the green at the U.S. Open.

Suspicious packages found at Federated Co-op Building

Police say they received a call Wednesday morning that a man had left a first briefcase inside the building and a second briefcase in a nearby parking lot.

Vancouver shuts down decrepit Regent Hotel, with residents to move into nearby property

The SRO hotel at 160 East Hastings St. was declared unsafe by the city on Wednesday, with all occupants ordered to leave by June 28.

Police probing Windsor homicide

Windsor police are investigating a homicide in south Windsor. Authorities say officers were called to a home in the 1400-block of Everts Avenue just after 10 a.m. Wednesday. One man is in custody.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018: Pussy Riot's Maria Alyokhina and Natalia Kaliada, Stephin Merritt and more

Today on q: Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina and Belarus Free Theatre's Natalia Kaliada, Canadian poet and novelist Lynn Crosbie, musician Stephin Merritt of The Magnetic Fields.

Ronaldo leads Portugal to win over Morocco 1-0

Cristiano Ronaldo's 85th marker the most ever for a European national team. With Ronaldo's goal Portugal has sealed their first victory at the tournament. And Morocco becomes the first team eliminated, even though they have one game left to play.

Kevin Spacey film Billionaire Boys Club set for release

Kevin Spacey was erased from All the Money in the World and booted from House of Cards, but Billionaire Boys Club, a movie starring the disgraced actor, is going forward with a summer release.

Gatineau reveals $2.1B LRT plan, eyes 2028 launch

Gatineau has unveiled its ambitious vision for a 26-kilometre, $2.1-billion light rail line that will link the Aylmer and Plateau sectors with its downtown, and cross two bridges to connect with Ottawa's growing light rail system.

Navy submarine HMCS Windsor returns to Halifax after 5-month deployment

About a dozen uniformed sailors stood atop the navy submarine HMCS Windsor on Wednesday as it glided through sparkling blue water toward Halifax's naval base following a nearly five-month deployment in the Mediterranean.