Trudeau calls Trump to talk about auto tariff threat
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office said today he talked to U.S. President Donald Trump Friday about his administration’s decision to investigate auto imports as a threat to national security, a day after Trudeau said the idea was based on flimsy logic.
Homicide victim shot while riding in a taxi: Edmonton police
A 25-year-old man who was shot to death in southwest Edmonton early Thursday has been identified by CBC sources as Harry Don Gillis.
'No excuse a good excuse' for leaving pets in hot cars, says OSPCA
The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) is reminding people there's no excuse for leaving pets unattended in the car.
As It Happens: Friday Edition
Friday, May 25, 2018
CBC Sports Plays of the Week
A look at some of the best plays in the world of sports.
Exit polls in Ireland point to landslide abortion rights victory
The people of Ireland are set to liberalize its restrictive abortion laws by a landslide, exit polls suggested Friday, as voters demanded change.
European privacy law
Jan Kestle, president and CEO of Environics Analytics, on what the implementation of GDPR means to businesses.
Every weeknight, we take the pulse of the north and reflect its diversity.
CBC Edmonton News
Stories that matter and analysis to make sense of what's happening.
CBC Saskatchewan News
Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina.
CBC Calgary News
Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta.
May 24, 2018 episode transcript
Full-Text transcript for May 24th episode
Preparing for GDPR
Darcy McGilvery of Snaptech has worked closely with companies to make sure they are compliant with the new rules.
CBC Toronto News May 25, 2018
CBC Toronto News team delivers more breaking news, live reports and ground-breaking stories that reflect our vibrant city
CBC Ottawa News May 25, 2018
Watch our local supper-hour newscast for a comprehensive look at the day's top stories in Ottawa
Sask. lifts fire ban from most provincial parks
Restrictions are still in place for some parks, however.
Stepping Stone to start supporting younger teens who sell sex — or want to stop
Stepping Stone says it's against the sex trafficking of youth, but it needs to support teens who are sex workers and looking for help.
Doggy dos and don'ts: Rules around breeding, boarding and transporting dogs updated
A new edition of the code of practice for dog breeders, daycares and boarders expands on rules around breeding, transporting and tethering.
Man acquitted in attack on VLT winner in west Edmonton
A man accused of attacking and robbing a man who won big at an Edmonton bar in August 2010 was acquitted of all charges.
China scolds U.S. for pulling invitation to major naval drill
China's Defence Ministry has expressed regret after the United States withdrew an invitation to China to attend a major U.S.-hosted naval drill, saying that closing the door does not promote mutual trust and co-operation.
"Happy Camper" heads west to paddle the entirety of Thames River
Writer and documentarian Kevin Callan will paddle the length of the Thames River in SW Ontario, speaking to people whose lives intersect with the river along the way.
Winnipegger busted in northwestern Ontario with $67K in illegal smokes
A Winnipeg man has been charged with illegally trafficking tobacco after being caught in northwestern Ontario with $67,000 worth of cigarettes in his vehicle.
Season's first 2 confirmed tornadoes spotted Thursday in southeastern Sask.
The tornadoes appeared near Tyvan and Esterhazy.
Sheffield's new Lord Mayor is shaking up politics in the UK
'If you don't do politics, politics will do you,' says Magid Magid of why he entered politics.
B.C. government to fund 1,500 homes for women fleeing violence
The B.C. government says it will build 1,500 supportive homes across the province for women and children fleeing violence.