Province invests over $182 M for 9 new OPP detachments
Residents in Fort Frances, Manitoulin Island and Marathon could soon see a new and improved Ontario Provincial Police detachment as the provincial government announced an investment of over $182 million to replace nine aging facilities in Ontario.
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You'll never guess where Vladimir Putin is going to show up this weekend
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.
'The best little prisoner we could ask for': Fawn dubbed 'Bambi' rescued by Sask. RCMP
It was like a real life version of Disney's classic film Bambi, only this time the little fawn's rescuers wore badges and carried handcuffs.
Narrow rail for bicycles among the ups and downs of Edmonton's new funicular
Edmonton's $24-million funicular was officially launched in December 2017 and since then, a couple of problems have cropped up.
Saint John police respond to report of man pointing firearm at east side motel
Four people are in custody and "weapons" seized after Saint John police received a report of a man pointing a firearm at people in a motel room on the city's east side Friday.
Milos Raonic to face Novak Djokovic at rain-plagued Cincinnati Open
Milos Raonic may have rest on his side when he meets his opponent Novak Djokovic in the quarter-finals at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati later Friday. Djokovic knocked off defending-champion Grigor Dimitrov in a match started on Thursday but finished on Friday.
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Paying tribute to the Queen of Soul: Canadian artists on Aretha Franklin
Canadians artists mourn the passing of Aretha Franklin and remember the depth of talent that made her shine.
Great Britain upsets defending champions Canada at Wheelchair Basketball Worlds
Despite a double-double from Arinn Young, Canada fell to Great Britain 64-56 to open the IWBF 2018 Wheelchair Basketball World Championships.
Surveillance video of St. John's armed robbery
Police release video of armed robbery at Traders in St. John's
N.Y. governor waters down his 'America was never that great' comments
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday that he was "inartful" when he said earlier in the week that America "was never that great," a comment that was widely condemned and mocked by critics on the right and left.
Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Aug. 17
Follow live traffic updates during Ottawa Morning from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and All In A Day from 3 to 6 p.m.
11-year-old boy from Moncton missing for 4 days
Codiac Regional RCMP are seeking the public's help finding an 11-year-old Moncton boy who has been missing for four days.
'Torrential downpours' in forecast for Hamilton's, Environment Canada warns
Hamilton will get soaked on Friday, according to a special weather statement issued from Environment Canada.
Free tickets for 2018 Thunder Bay Massey Lectures
The Thunder Bay Massey Lecture is free for everyone. The event will be held on Tuesday October 16, at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium.
17 books you heard about on CBC Radio this week
Here are some of the books discussed on national CBC Radio shows between Aug. 11-17, 2018.
Caldwell First Nation council hopes chief will accept 'olive branch' and reconcile
The freshly-elected leadership at Caldwell First Nation have been embroiled in a conflict for months. Here's the council's account of how the relationship deteriorated in just six months, before chief Mary Duckworth was asked to go on a leave of absence.
3 dead after plane crash near Fort Simpson, N.W.T., 2 survivors treated
Three people died and two people, including the pilot, were treated after a Simpson Air flight went down Thursday night in the Northwest Territories.
This humble soldier lived to 100 — and saved hundreds of lives
Roy Rushton served in two wars and has been credited with saving hundreds of lives. When he died at 100 this June, fellow soldiers began sharing stories of the man's grit, heroics and eternal calm.
CBC TV's Our Edmonton Fast Fringe preview of the performance by the Multicultural Theatre
New 'Cyber Park' will cost $37 million to build
Construction of a new, "disaster-resilient" building for cybersecurity firms and research will begin this fall in Fredericton's Knowledge Park.
Man Booker Prize winner Marlon James on writing himself into a new life
Marlon James won the 2015 Man Booker Prize for his novel A Brief History of Seven Killings, which revolves around an assassination attempt on reggae superstar Bob Marley.
Ocean beach closures due to high bacteria a sign of things to come, says prof
High bacteria levels have closed two ocean beaches in southwest Nova Scotia for the first time ever, a problem that's only expected to get worse as the hot weather persists.
Police charge Manitoba man after hit-and-run in northwestern Ontario
A 22-year-old Manitoba man has been charged with failing to stop at the scene of an accident in northwestern Ontario on Wednesday, August 15.
From a house of horrors to a happy ending: Cleveland kidnapping survivor finds love
Michelle Knight was one of three women kidnapped by Ariel Castro, held in his house against their will, and abused for over a decade. Five years after her dramatic escape, she speaks to Laura Lynch about how she has rebuilt her life.