Fans of the Acadie-Bathurst Titan rally for their team
While the Acadie-Bathurst Titan are battling it out for the Memorial Cup, fans at home are cheering them on and preparing for what could be the homecoming of a lifetime.
The National for May 20, 2018
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Two barns at Sunnybrook Stables catch fire with horses inside
Toronto firefighters are battling a two-alarm fire at Sunnybrook Stables that broke out early Monday morning.
Increase in Indigenous candidates in Ontario election
Indigenous politicians are lending their voice to Ontario's provincial elections, but some are saying they can't be pigeonholed into party platforms.
St. John's Regatta's bicentennial year has record number of teams look to race
Volunteers with the Royal St. John's Regatta are busy getting ready for this year's races, which mark two centuries of the oldest annual sporting event in North America.
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It's a sunny holiday Monday in Ottawa-Gatineau
Whatever you've got planned today, the weather's set to cooperate.
Bye bye ice cream: Sask. business owners bitter over vanilla prices
It may seem like a pretty basic flavour, but vanilla beans are now worth more than silver.
Health officials warn to guard against ticks as weather warms
The Government of Ontario is asking people to reduce the risk of Lyme disease by protecting themselves from ticks outdoors.
A first of its kind program in Ontario will help police officers and deaf people communicate
The Ontario Association of the Deaf (OAD) has partnered with the Ontario Police Service to provide members of the deaf community with visor cards, a quick-reference guide that aids officers in accommodating deaf individuals.
Basic income recipient hopes program continues after provincial election
Every morning, Dave Cherkewski wakes up and shuffles to the fridge in his Beasley apartment, where he's faced with a symbol of his newfound agency — fruit smoothies.
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Trans Mountain: Meet the people who live along Canada's most controversial pipeline
The route of Kinder Morgan's controversial Trans Mountain pipeline runs from Edmonton to Vancouver. CBC's Nick Purdon and Leonardo Palleja traveled it and spoke to regular people who live beside the pipe about what's at stake for them and their communities.
Canadian scientists track Lyme disease threat
Health officials combine surveillance of human cases, dogs and ticks in the field to track the spread of the disease across the country.
Why Book Club's Canadian co-writer resisted when told to go 'younger'
The Canadian co-writer and co-producer of Book Club, a new comedy starring Jane Fonda and Diane Keaton, says the all-star cast was willing to sacrifice "creature comforts" in exchange for fully realized characters in a Hollywood film.
Students launch online campaign to scrap student loan interest charges
A group representing hundreds of thousands of students across Canada has launched an online campaign calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government to make billions of dollars in student loans interest-free.
Plastics, other garbage found in ocean trench nearly 11 kilometres below surface
New research published in the journal Marine Policy shows that humanity's garbage isn't just floating on the ocean surface where there might be some hope of cleaning it up. Video footage has captured images of garbage — including single-use plastics — on the bottom of the earth's deepest ocean trench more than 10 km below.
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No holiday for Ontario medical staff as 'trauma season' starts
While many people get reacquainted with the outdoors this long weekend, doctors and nurses in Ontario's trauma units are bracing for an onslaught of potentially serious injuries.
Researchers working on new kind of green beer — with cannabis
You can smoke it, vape it or bake it, and soon enough you'll be able to crack open a bottle and drink it.
Bitcoin is an energy hog: New numbers suggest how big a problem it is
Bitcoin miners will guzzle more electricity this year than some countries do, according to new numbers from a leading researcher. And while some critics take issue with these figures, few disagree that the digital currency's energy use is a growing problem.
Virtual stars: How digital avatars could change concerts and touring as we know it
From Gorillaz to Michael Jackson to Abba (soon), recording artists are coming alive through virtual performances. Could advances in projection technology change the way artists perform concerts and tours?
Meet the Métis artist who gets art supplies to Indigenous schools and promotes artists
Thanks to the efforts of an Ottawa-area Métis artist, a 16-year-old from a First Nation in Saskatchewan will be showcasing and selling her artwork at a gallery in Cumberland, Ont., from June through December.
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