Watch the Canada Cup Women's International Softball Championships
CBC Sports is providing a free live stream of the Canada Cup Women's International Softball Championships from Surrey, B.C., beginning on July 14th through to the bronze and gold medal matches on July 22.
TFC take opening leg of Canadian Championship semifinal against Ottawa
Jonathan Osorio scored in the fifth minute as Toronto FC downed the Ottawa Fury 1-0 in the opening leg of their Canadian Championship semifinal on Wednesday.
Derek Fildebrandt to launch Freedom Conservative Party of Alberta
Saying he wants to provide another choice for conservative-minded voters, independent MLA Derek Fildebrandt is launching the Freedom Conservative Party of Alberta.
2 B.C. cities with popular Greyhound routes have 'alternatives,' but concerns remain for rural communities
The mayors of Chilliwack and Squamish, cities with busy Greyhound depots with numerous daily departures, say that although they're not happy with Greyhounds decision to end service in Western Canada — save for one route to Seattle — they will survive.
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Law expert weighs in on justice camp's legal action over arrests
The Justice For Our Stolen Children camp says it’s taking the province to court. CBC spoke to a law expert about what that constitutional challenge might look like.
CBC Atlantic Tonight July 18, 2018
A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.
White House mulls Putin's proposal for tit-for-tat questioning
Russian President Vladimir Putin suggested that he would let U.S. investigators be present for questioning of 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of interfering in the 2016 U.S. election if Russians could do the same for Americans they accuse of 'illegal activities.'
Taylor Ruck blazes to gold in women's 200 at Canadian Swimming Trials
Taylor Ruck has picked up right where she left off after winning a record eight medals at the Commonwealth Games in April.
Orioles trade Manny Machado to Dodgers
The Los Angeles Dodgers have won the Manny Machado sweepstakes, getting the prized All-Star shortstop from the Baltimore Orioles in a trade Wednesday night.
Police investigating a race-related incident at London Sobeys
London police say they responded to an incident at a Sobeys in the north end of the city yesterday. Police say no charges were laid.
Safety concerns on Saanich road have residents demanding action
A group of concerned residents is calling on the District of Saanich to make improvements along what it calls a dangerous stretch of road after a young girl was hit and seriously injured last year.
Watch the 2018 Canadian swimming trials
CBC sports is providing a free live stream of the 2018 Canadian swimming trials, resuming on Thursday, July 19 at noon ET through to the end of the competition on Sunday.
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CBC Vancouver News team gets the story beyond the headlines
Angela Meyer disappeared from the front steps of her parents' home
In November of 2010, Angela Meyer stepped out of her family home in Yellowknife. 10 minutes later, she was gone. She was never seen again. Watch now.
Road rage: Alberta and roadbuilders feud over $500M deal involving B.C. firm
A battle is revving up between the Alberta government and its roadbuilders over reports that more than $500-million worth of road maintenance contracts are being given to a firm in British Columbia.
Sûreté du Québec confirms woman drowned in Saint-Sixte
Woman in her 60s dies during river swim.
Impact edge Whitecaps to take opening leg of Canadian Championship semi
Alejandro Silva scored in the 58th minute as the Montreal Impact downed the Vancouver Whitecaps 1-0 in the opening leg of their Canadian Championship semifinal on Wednesday night.
Chatham-Kent OPP to strictly enforce no drinking and boating
Const. Jay Denorer says they're seeing more young adults are drinking before getting onto a personal water craft.
Brewers' Josh Hader must take sensitivity training after old tweets resurface
Brewers all-star Josh Hader will have to take sensitivity training after his years-old racist and homophobic tweets resurface.
CBC Northbeat July 18, 2018
Every weeknight, we take the pulse of the North and reflect its diversity
Boozy boating on the rise and OPP plans to crack down
Chatham-Kent OPP says there has been more complaints about people drinking and boating, so they're responding with stricter patrols.
Community safety minister slammed for saying he wore bulletproof vest at Jane and Finch
Comments made by Ontario's minister of community safety and corrections on Wednesday are being slammed as racist by the opposition parties.
Geraint Thomas takes yellow jersey, wins stage 11
Chris Froome moves to 2nd overall as Geraint Thomas wins stage 11 to take yellow jersey at the Tour of France.
Homicide victim ID'ing policy in Regina to be discussed next week--in private
The Regina Police Service has hit pause on a change that would see the force stop automatically releasing the names of murder victims.
Small fire disrupts Ottawa Fury game
A flare set off in the stands briefly disrupted the game