U.S. judge gives conditional green light to Line 3 pipeline project

A judge in Minnesota has given a conditional green light to a Canadian pipeline company's plan to expand a crude oil pipeline connecting the Alberta oilsands to American refineries — but not in the location Enbridge wanted.

Fredericton parking officers to enforce panhandling laws

Fredericton parking commissionaires now have authority to enforce loitering and begging laws.

Saint John studies possible deer hunt in Millidgeville neighbourhood

Saint John is moving forward with three initiatives aimed at reducing Millidgeville's deer population, including studying a possible deer hunt in the city's neighbourhood.

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Sudbury review hears police still carding people 'out of nowhere'

An Ontario judge has wrapped up his review of independent street checks, a police practice more commonly referred to as "carding."

Former P.E.I. cabinet minister takes publishing job

Doug Currie has taken a job with the textbook publisher Nelson Canada.

First of 10 victims of deadly Toronto van attack ID'd as Anne-Marie D'Amico

One of the 10 people killed in Monday's van attack on a busy Toronto street has been identified as Anne-Marie D'Amico, CBC News has learned.

No injuries as truck falls through ice on Lake of the Woods

The occupants of a pick-up truck escaped injury on Sunday when the vehicle crashed through the ice on Lake of the Woods, Kenora OPP said.

Fire at karaoke bar in China kills 18, arson suspect arrested

Police in a southern Chinese city have caught a man suspected of setting a fire at a three-storey building that left 18 people dead and five injured.

Chance of showers Tuesday: DayStarter weather

Here's a look at the weather you can expect in Hamilton today.

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday, April 24

Homeless, now housed: How friendship helped Leslie Pilgrim off Windsor's streets

Leslie Pilgrim was homeless for a year and half - now he's been had a place to call home thanks to the Family Services Windsor-Essex housing program.

OPP seek witnesses in deadly Lakeshore crash

The OPP are appealing to witnesses who may have seen a fatal crash in Lakeshore to come forward.

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Statue erected for beloved Canadian actor 'that guy from that show'

To honour 20 years of That Actor Guy appearing in Canadian Entertainment, a statue has been erected in downtown Toronto.

Bonobo's Foods to keep restaurant on Oliver Rd.

Customers and neighbours of Bonobo's Foods in Thunder Bay, Ont., proved their patience on Monday night, after waiting over four hours to make their case to city council.

Quebec says community groups can now give naloxone directly to drug users

Since last November, Quebecers over the age of 14 have been able to get naloxone from about 1,900 pharmacies.

Police cancel search for missing 26-year-old man

Thunder Bay police say the missing 26-year-old man who was last seen on March 30 has been in contact with his family and is no longer a missing person.

Get up and go: Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday

Everything you need to know to start your day.

CBC Atlantic Tonight April 24, 2018

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Petition circulates in Dryden, Ont., to restart negotiations with firefighters

A petition will circulate in Dryden, Ont., this coming week to urge the city to start negotiations with the Dryden Firefighters Association.

This is what happens when you actually follow Beethoven's metronome marks

On its latest abum, the Eybler Quartet does exactly that — and the result may surprise you.
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Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for April 24

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.

'Poetry brings people together,' says Halifax's new poet laureate

Afua Cooper, an associate professor at Dalhousie University's department of sociology and social anthropology, was named to the two-year post this week.

Stanton Hospital says it's not responsible for alleged botched surgery

The Stanton Health Authority claims the three doctors who Bursey claims operated on her were not employees of the Hospital but were "independent medical practitioners" using the hospital to see patients​.