Crude dips as Trump says he will not accept high oil prices

U.S. President Donald Trump criticized OPEC on Friday for output curbs that have helped raise global oil prices and said "artificially" high prices would not be accepted, drawing rebukes from oil-producing countries as prices dipped following his remarks.

Cycling? Walking? Streetcars? Arbutus Greenway open houses start Saturday

The Greenway is a plan for a walking, biking and — in the future — electric streetcar path from False Creek to the Fraser River, passing through eight different neighbourhood park and community spaces.

Edmonton's LRT on track to turn 40 this weekend

Lloyd Meyer remembers the start of the line 40 years ago and marvels at the changes.

Steve wants more sex with his wife. But is that obscuring a bigger issue?

Steve wants to have more sex with his wife. But is his focus on the bedroom obscuring a bigger issue?

Burlington man, 26, dead after 'street racing' crash on QEW

A 26-year-old Burlington man is dead after an alleged street race on the eastbound QEW early Saturday morning, Ontario Provincial Police said.

After pack's collapse, wolves might den again in the Bow Valley this spring

Hope is on the horizon for Alberta's Bow Valley wolf pack. A female wolf was seen travelling with a possible mate throughout Banff National Park over the winter.

Prescription to slow worsening myopia in Canadian kids? Head outdoors

All children with myopia benefit from spending more time outdoors, doctors say.

Tesla risks a blowout as problems mount, but fans keep the hype machine in overdrive

Tesla is beset by production problems, it is swimming in debt, its bonds are near junk status, its stock has more people betting against it than any other major company. But there are still good reasons to believe in the world's best known electric car maker.

Train full of New Yorkers' poo finally departs Alabama town

The last train car full of New York City sewage that has stunk up a small Alabama community for more than two months has finally been emptied.

CBC's Joan Leishman talks to Save The Children's Daphnee Cook about Rohingya crisis

First heavy rains hit Rohingya camps as monsoon season nears

From #MeToo to never again: Trudeau, Liberals hold closed-door session on sexual harassment

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other MPs, including one accused of sexual harassment, are taking part in a closed-door workshop on creating safe workplaces at the Liberal convention in Halifax.

American woman gets life sentence for Valentine's Day shooting plot involving Halifax mall

An American woman who plotted a mall massacre in Canada has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 years. Lindsay Souvannarath made the plan with James Gamble, a Nova Scotia man, in 2015. Two days before the attack, police got a Crime Stoppers tip. Souvannarath was intercepted by the Canada Border Services Agency and arrested by police at Halifax Airport.

High school students get practical, hands-on training with Success Certified

High school students in Thunder Bay are getting practical, hands-on training this month, earning certifications that will help them in their future careers.

Ice rink inspection blitz leaves some B.C. towns facing hefty bills

In reaction to the tragedy that left three men at the Fernie Memorial Arena, WorkSafeBC has issued over 1.000 safety compliance orders at provincial rinks.

Seattle-area pizzeria claims 120-year-old Klondike sourdough

A U.S pizza place says it's keeping a Klondike tradition alive — literally maintaining a sourdough starter which lives and multiplies. The owner says the family heirloom has been alive for 120 years.
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Hockey Night in Canada: Free live streams on desktop & app

CBC Sports brings you a free live stream of Saturday's Hockey Night in Canada playoff game, with the Toronto Maple Leafs visiting the Boston Bruins in Game 5.

The Liberals' challenges on the road to re-election

This week, The House is at the Liberal policy convention in Halifax. Chris Hall talks to participants, MPs and the new party president about the challenges the Liberals are facing and the new policies needed to win in 2019.

Bringing back Stuart McLean's Arthur Awards: who would you nominate and why?

It has been more than a year since Stuart McLean died. In his honour, Checkup resurrects his beloved Arthur Awards where people across the country nominate someone unsung in their community who deserves to be recognized. Join Duncan McCue Sunday on CBC Radio One at 1 p.m. PT, 2 p.m. MT, 3 p.m. CT, 4 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. AT and 5:30 p.m. NT.

Montreal artist explores black, queer identities on interactive space odyssey

Montreal artist and musician Elle Barbara's new show, Elle's Black Space Mission: An Afrodiasporic Odyssey, combines music, acting and a bit of narration, as well as projected images that change with the movements of the crew's commander.

Obituary website sells memorials for Humboldt victims without family permission

Obituaries for victims of the Humboldt Broncos crash have appeared on a website that aggregates death notices from across Canada, while adding offers to purchase gifts and memorials, without the involvement or permission of the families.

Jets beat Wild 5-0

The Winnipeg Jets beat the Minnesota Wild 5-0 on Friday.

Queen Elizabeth celebrates 92nd birthday

Queen Elizabeth will attend a concert on Saturday as the world's oldest and longest-reigning monarch celebrates her 92nd birthday.

Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 92nd birthday

Queen Elizabeth will attend a special concert on Saturday as the world's oldest and longest-reigning monarch celebrates her 92nd birthday.

Beach-cleaning robot honoured with $1K grant

Awesome Ottawa, which has handed out grants since 2010, has honoured a woman's creation to help clean up the city's beaches.

Man in his 30s dead after early morning stabbing in Scarborough

A man in his 30s is dead after a stabbing early Saturday in Scarborough.