Moose put down after wandering onto Queensway

Highway 417 in west Ottawa is open again after a moose forced it to be closed in both directions.

Quebec police officer found guilty of speeding, causing death of 5-year-old

Patrick Ouellet, a Quebec provincial police officer, has been found guilty of dangerous driving causing death in connection with the death of a five-year-old boy. He was driving more than 100 km/h in a 50 km/h zone while tailing a suspect.

Driver stopped for speeding gets ticketed for smoking cigar

RCMP say they stopped an allegedly speeding car in Halfway Cove, Guysborough County, N.S. The RCMP officer noticed the driver was smoking a cigar and had a 13-year-old passenger.
How I Wrote It

How the natural world inspired Randy Lundy's latest poetry collection, Blackbird Song

The Saskatchewan-based writer shares the creative process behind his latest poetry collection.

Dryden OPP use stun gun at hospital to control 33-year-old patient

Ontario Provincial Police in Dryden, Ont., say three officers used their stun guns on a 33-year-old man from Saskatchewan during an incident at the Dryden Regional Health Centre.

Hiker killed by falling tree near Campbell River, B.C.

RCMP say the accident happened Tuesday afternoon as the 57-year-old woman was hiking on the Ripple Rock Trail, 17 kilometres north of the city.

Auto industry gathers in Washington to discuss possibility of U.S. tariffs

Manufacturers, suppliers, car dealers and foreign diplomats will line up to testify today at a Washington hearing to try to head off auto tariffs, a move that even automakers in the U.S. are asking the administration not to implement.

How Jeff Daniels beat his inner critic to make music

Jeff Daniels looks back on when and where his love of music began, back before his acting career even got off the ground.

'It's an incredibly loaded show': Radiohead returns to Toronto for the first time since stage collapse

Six years ago, Radiohead's drum technician Scott Johnson died when their stage collapsed before a show at Downsview Park in Toronto. Today, Radiohead will perform in Toronto for the first time since then.
Coming Up Live

NDP to disclose findings of investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against MP

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh will release the findings today of an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against Quebec MP Christine Moore. Singh will hold a news conference at 12:30 p.m. ET and will carry it live.

Ontario joins Saskatchewan in opposing federal carbon tax plan

Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that Ontario will intervene in support of Saskatchewan's court reference case, challenging the federal government's right to impose a carbon tax on provinces that don't comply with its climate change plan.

Anglican Church honours Nanaimo senior, 100, who reformed role of women

The Anglican Church has honoured a Nanaimo senior, 100, who reformed the role of women. Blanche Gates says her award isn’t about her work with prayer books but is instead about the changing role of women in the church.

Teens talk about must-reads for their generation

Host Alan Neal asked teens to submit one book that they think is a must-read for their generation. From those submissions, All In A Day selected 16 entries. Every Tuesday over the next several weeks, these avid readers will be matched up to talk about the title and what it means to them.

Refugees sew purses, pillows for Mandela exhibit

Women from One Nation Exchange create shweshwe purses, pillows for sale at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

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.

While 100 Guitars Gently Weep: A concerto for George Harrison

Watch how this performance came together

7 ways we used to have fun before the Internet

Watch the Campus family enjoy 60 years worth of analog entertainment on Back in Time for Dinner

B.C. wildfires trigger evacuations, highway closures in Okanagan

Wildfires in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley have forced the evacuation of dozens of properties and temporarily closed the main highway through the region on Wednesday.

(Live at 12:00 pm ET) 2018 Team Canada Swimming Trials on CBC: Prelims - DAY 3

From the Kinsmen Sports Centre in Edmonton, AB

Israel passes Jewish nation-state bill after contentious session in Knesset

Israel's parliament approved controversial legislation on Thursday that defines the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people, but critics warn that it marginalizes minorities.

Is your poop normal? Here's the scoop

Is your poop normal? Here’s the scoop

Regina man left with 'huge blisters' after run-in with wild parsnip

Warning: This story contains an image that may be disturbing to some readers. Mark Wilson is a Regina man who suffered burns after hiking past some wild parsnip in the Qu'Appelle Valley area.

Journalists today face a 'brick wall of nationalism,' says director Rob Reiner

Rob Reiner's new film Shock and Awe tells the story of a dogged investigation into the justifications for the Iraq War. He and two of the journalists it portrays joined Duncan McCue to discuss the mistakes the media made back then, and whether those lessons are being remembered today.

From bus fuel to amazing coffee: 6 things poop can do for us

From bus fuel to amazing coffee: 6 things poop can do for us

Watch Rugby World Cup Sevens - Tournament Preview

Rugby World Cup Sevens is upon us and former national team members Andrea Burk and Phil Mackenzie let us in on who to watch, potential scenarios and who they think will come out on top. CBC Sports is providing a free live stream of the tournament beginning on Friday at 12:30 p.m. ET.