U.S. judge orders accused Russian agent jailed

A U.S. judge orders accused Russian agent Maria Butina jailed pending trial after federal prosecutors warned that she has ties to Russian intelligence and was a flight risk.

'We are all guilty of it': Campaign to cut food waste launches in Toronto

A campaign called "Love Food Hate Waste Canada" has tips to help Toronto households dramatically cut down on the large amount of edible food they toss into green bins each year.

Orioles trade Manny Machado to Dodgers: report

A person with knowledge of the deal says the Baltimore Orioles have traded all-star shortstop Manny Machado to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Man dead after drowning in Torbay pond

A man was taken to hospital after cold water rescue crews were called to Whiteways Pond Wednesday afternoon.

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.

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Highway 97 through Peachland, B.C. closed due to wildfire

Highway 97 through Peachland is closed due to a wildfire burning in the area.

Then there were 2: More wild boars on the run in Yukon shot dead

The Yukon government said Wednesday that 5 of the original 7 escapees had so far been killed, leaving just 2 animals still at large.

White House denies that Trump said Russia no longer targeting U.S.

The White House denied that U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Russia was no longer targeting the United States, saying his answer "no" was about taking further questions not about potential interference in U.S. elections.

Why banning plastic straws can be harmful for people with disabilities

​As plastic straw bans become the latest trend for companies and governments looking to reduce waste, people with disabilities are speaking out.

Last call for Sutherland Bar, long-time watering hole converting to office space

After more than 100 years as a watering hole, the Sutherland Bar is closing. Owner Trevor Mawson says Rayner Agencies purchased the building and will be converting it to office space. The bar’s last day is Oct. 30.

'Everybody's scared,' Port Renfrew Chamber of Commerce fears potential sport fishing restrictions

The potential for expanded fin-fishing bans in waters along the southwest coast of Vancouver Island has the sport fishing industry, a top economic performer for many towns, worried.

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Province announces multiple taxes on legal pot

Come October, Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries will apply markups of $0.75 per gram on recreational cannabis, plus an additional nine per cent.

1 year in, B.C. Premier Horgan says economy is still on the right track

John Horgan talks about ride sharing, Trans Mountain and housing affordability in an interview with the CBC's Lien Yeung.

(Live at 8:00 pm ET) 2018 Team Canada Swimming Trials on CBC: Finals - DAY 2

From the Kinsmen Sports Centre in Edmonton, AB

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P.E.I. WWII veteran marks 102nd birthday

It wasn't easy to top Chester Banks' 101st birthday celebrations, where he crossed the Confederation Bridge in a limo.

What’s the risk in the DeRozan-Leonard trade?

CBC Sports' Jacqueline Doorey and Anson Henry break down some of the pros, cons, risks and rewards of trading former Raptors star DeMar DeRozan to the San Antonio Spurs for Kawhi Leonard.

Watch the 2018 Canadian swimming trials

CBC sports is providing a free live stream of the 2018 Canadian swimming trials, beginning on Wednesday, July 18 at noon ET through to the end of the competition on Sunday.

'Ridiculous' to say appeals tribunal cost WorkSafeNB $100M: chairman

Daniel Theriault was responding to a task force report released Tuesday that recommends that the tribunal’s jurisdiction be curtailed because those decisions are costing too much money.