Harsh pot rules spark need for underground parties
Welcome to 'Reefer Madness,' a series of underground pot parties organizers compare to Prohibition-era speakeasies. Will they, too, become a hazy memory once marijuana's made legal?
Why scientists suspect proof of a turning point in Earth's history is sitting in a lake in Milton, Ont.
Some scientists believe human activity and technology have pushed us into a new geological epoch called the Anthropocene. What they still need to figure out though, is exactly when this turning point began. A team of researchers believes Crawford Lake west of Toronto has preserved the answer.
Bell, Rogers say CRTC's unlocked phone rule has sparked a crime spree
Bell and Rogers say new rules mandating that Canadian carriers sell unlocked phones have triggered a rise in phone thefts. But their submission to the CRTC is short on numbers and details.
Beautiful weekend in store for Ottawa
Expect a high of 26 C on Saturday
Trades meet tradition: Welding camp connects Mi'kmaw youth to past
Low-carb diets associated with lower life expectancy, study suggests
Despite 'Good Samaritan' law, many drug users too scared of arrest to report overdoses
Let's clear up some misconceptions about cannabis addiction. First off: yes, it's real
Arboretum feast: Music fest a treat for food lovers, too
The National for August 17, 2018
CBC Vancouver News at 11 PM August 17, 2018
CBC Atlantic Tonight August 17, 2018
CBC Toronto News August 17, 2018
CBC Saskatchewan News August 17, 2018
CBC Edmonton News August 17, 2018
Burnaby residents express relief, dismay after Camp Cloud dismantled
CBC Calgary News at 11 August 17, 2018
CBC Vancouver News
Time to let Tina Fontaine rest, cousin says, 4 years after grim discovery
CBC Winnipeg News August 17, 2018