Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday
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One man dead after shooting in Rexdale
Toronto police continue to investigate after a man was been shot and killed in Rexdale on Wednesday night.
DeBeers Victor diamond mine marks 10 years, under shadow of plans to close next year
Take a tour of Ontario's first diamond mine and one of the province's most remote workplaces.
N.L. woman's family 'disappointed' by Scottish harassment ruling
The family of a Newfoundland woman who was photographed tied to a chair and gagged in her Scottish workplace say they're disappointed a tribunal has ruled against a harassment claim. The tribunal omitted the photo of DeeAnn Fitzpatrick in that chair.
'They thought this was dead in the water': Georgetown schedules amalgamation vote
A member of Georgetown's council says its vote on the Three Rivers amalgamation is coming too soon.
Parks staff hope to lure wayward bison back to Banff National Park
Parks staff are hoping to lure two wayward bison back into Banff National Park after they meandered out of their reintroduction zone last week.
A look around Ontario's first diamond mine
The DeBeers Victor Mine on the James Bay Coast was Ontario's first diamond mine when it opened in 2008. It celebrated its 10th birthday in August 2018 under the shadow of plans to close the mine in early 2019.
Windsor's mayor uses alias email address to conduct city business
Windsor's mayor uses an alias email address to conduct city business, sparking concerns over transparency and even a push for further investigation, CBC News has learned after obtaining internal documents.
Many cannabis health claims not supported by science
The medicinal research centre at McMaster University in Hamilton says there is 'more hype than evidence' to support many health claims around cannabis. The centre fears there is a risk to some desperate patients because of false claims. Some studies show it may work at easing chronic neuropathic pain.
'It's outrageous. I think it should be exposed. I think it's wrong.'
Political science professor Nelson Wiseman reacts to CBC News discovering that mayor Drew Dilkens uses an email alias to conduct city business.
Expert says Windsor mayor not transparent in using alias email for city business
CBC News has learned that Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens is using the alias Andrew Ray as his internal email address.
Winnipeggers slam Bernier for tweet about city park named for Pakistani leader
Winnipeggers are condemning Conservative MP Maxime Bernier for using the naming of a community park in South Pointe as a way to blast "extreme multiculturalism."
Sask. landowner hopes 'Blued Trees Symphony' art project will stop pipeline
A Saskatchewan woman is taking a unique approach to halting pipeline construction on her land.
Municipalities in Waterloo region confused by province's retail cannabis opt-out plan
Ontario announced that cities get to opt-out of private pot sales, but in the Region of Waterloo — who gets to decide remains unclear.
'The north is truly hurting': Thompson mayor frustrated he can't get meeting with premier
Dennis Fenske says he and his council have been trying to arrange a sit-down the Brian Pallister for months.
Thursday in Kitchener-Waterloo | Cloudy with a risk of thunderstorms
Potential thunderstorm late Thursday morning and afternoon
Rejected by Saudi Arabia, Nova Scotia maple syrup makes its way across globe
Canadians — and maple syrup fans from around the world — have stepped up to help Anne Hutchinson's business based in Lake Paul, N.S.
Scientists and fishermen team up to help save North Atlantic right whale
In Shippagan, scientists and fishermen headed out to sea Friday on a two-week mission, combining efforts to help save the endangered north Atlantic right whale.
'A surreal moment': How these 3 Oakville students got a perfect International Baccalaureate score
Brian Guo, Hanson Liu and Dasha Metropolitansky have achieved rare perfect scores in their International Baccalaureate program. All three are graduates of White Oaks Secondary School.
Cornwall planning to build new wells, doubling town water supply
Cornwall, P.E.I., is working to keep up with a growing population by increasing the town's water supply.
Movie Nights in Thunder Bay kicks of with Lego Ninjago and Peter Rabbit
Before the warm summer nights turn into cool fall evenings, the City of Thunder Bay is once again hosting another month of movie nights on the waterfront starting this Friday, August 17.
Stabbing victims sue Exchange District bouncer, lounge after bloody attack
Three patrons stabbed outside an Exchange District nightclub last month are suing an adjacent lounge and the bouncer police have charged in connection with the attack.
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday, August 16
Trump revokes security clearance of ex-CIA director
The U.S. President has revoked the security clearance of John Brennan, the ex-CIA director who's been critical of Donald Trump's conduct. In an interview Trump cited a direct connection between the Russia investigation and his decision to revoke Brennan's security clearance.
Teachers wanted for Western Quebec School Board
The Western Quebec School Board is trying to raise its profile as it deals with more than 20 vacant teaching positions.