CBC Igalaaq May 22, 2018

Viewers from Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are kept up to date by daily current events and news from the Inuit world

Prince Harry and Meghan attend 1st event as married couple

Prince Charles is the guest of honour at a garden party for his 70th birthday at Buckingham Palace. All eyes were on newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan as they made their first royal appearance as a married couple.

CBE approves 2018-19 budget, but sustainable funding fears remain

Calgary Board of Education trustees approved the 2018-19 school year budget — but not without putting their fears about funding sustainability on record.

Soaring harmonies and smooth acoustic folk from Bridget & Dahlia

Take a moment to enjoy this Corner Brook duo.

CBC Winnipeg News May 22, 2018

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Watch Power & Politics for May 22, 2018

Ontario's NDP gains ground in the polls. Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe wades into the pipeline battle between B.C. and Alberta. Minister of Justice explains how her proposed divorce law overhaul will change the way Canadians experience the divorce process, and a senior petroleum analyst gives us all a gas price fact-check as pump prices get politicized.

'I think I may have killed someone,' Kyllan Ellis told father in 2014

John Ellis told the court it felt like a 'sledgehammer to the gut' when two police officers told him his son, Kyllan Ellis, had been charged with second degree murder.

Pot permits will be handed out by lottery, Edmonton city committee decides

Cannabis retailers hoping to set up shop in Edmonton will be banking on the luck of the draw. The city’s urban planning committee voted to use a lottery system Tuesday to decide who gets a development permit to sell pot.

After past contract hassles, Jacob Trouba itching for new deal with Jets

Jacob Trouba sounds like he wants to be at the first day of Winnipeg Jets training camp this fall with a new contract in hand.

Objects found in municipal dump 'significant' in search for Trois-Rivières man, police say

Provincial police officers spent Tuesday combing through a landfill in the Mauricie region, finding objects they say are significant in the search for 67-year-old Gilles Giasson. The search will resume Wednesday.

Jose Bautista signs 1-year deal with Mets

Bautista and the New York Mets agreed to a one-year contract on Tuesday after the veteran slugger was released by the Atlanta Braves on Sunday.

(Live at 8:00 pm ET) Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Playoffs - Washington at Tampa Bay - Game 7

Washington at Tampa Bay - Game 7

The National

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B.C rugby team fundraises in memory of P.E.I.'s Brodie McCarthy

A high school rugby team in British Columbia that played Montague High School during a rugby exchange on P.E.I. last year raised money in honour of Brodie McCarthy over the Victoria Day weekend.

PTSD bill enacted in P.E.I. legislature, then quickly amended

An Opposition private members bill that has been in legislative limbo since December moved one step closer to becoming law Tuesday morning, only to be amended hours after getting approval from cabinet.

Councillors cut down proposed six-storey building in Westboro

Domicile Developments wanted to build a six-storey building on Roosevelt Avenue, but councillors at the city’s planning committee voted to restrict the building to four storeys.

Why the Art Gallery of Ontario removed 'Indian' from the name of this Emily Carr painting

The renaming of a painting by the late Canadian artist Emily Carr has sparked a debate about art history and cultural sensitivity.

Kilauea volcano's lava pours into ocean, prompting more warnings

Clouds of steam formed when lava mixes with seawater contain tiny shards of glass and hydrochloric acid, posing threat to people nearby.

As It Happens: Tuesday Edition

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

FOIPP legislation tabled in P.E.I. legislature

The P.E.I. government tabled legislation Tuesday that would bring post-secondary institutions and certain municipalities under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPP).

Police seeking victims of alleged sexual assault on Coast Mountain bus

Richmond RCMP are seeking victims of a sexual assault that allegedly took place on May 15 on a Coast Mountain transit bus. A man has been arrested and charged in connection with the incident.

North Korean media return to angry tone as summit looms

North Korean media stepped up their rhetorical attacks on South Korea and its joint military exercises with the United States, warning that a budding detente could be in danger.

Integration of newcomers takes centre stage as PQ leader unveils his party's immigration plank

The Opposition Parti Québécois wants more immigrants to settle outside Montreal. Premier Philippe Couillard does, too. The Liberal leader says in the regions, he hears: "Bring me workers, from anywhere. Any colour, any religion, any language."

Survivors of Quebec mass shootings plead for ban on assault weapons

The president of the Quebec City mosque where six men were fatally shot in January 2017 travelled to Ottawa Tuesday, to call for a prohibition on weapons like those carried by killer Alexandre Bissonnette.

This Canadian sommelier-turned-stylist is the biggest thing in Hollywood right now

This Canadian sommelier-turned-stylist is the biggest thing in Hollywood right now