Becoming The Jerry Cans: From Legion cover band to ambassadors of Inuit culture

The Jerry Cans are now known for their eclectic sound that combines rock, folk, throat singing and singing in Inuktitut, but the group originally met at Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit, and started off playing cover songs.  

Why an Edmonton Salon decided to charge gender-neutral haircut prices

Jennifer Storey, the owner of Adara Hair, explains why her salon decided to become the first place in Edmonton to advertise gender-neutral pricing.

Spotlight shines on The Grande Dame of Canadian Comedy, Martha Chaves.

Recorded at our 10th Anniversary Show in Banff - Host Ali Hassan presents all your favourite Martha jokes past and present to a sold-out audience at the Banff Centre for the Arts. Wishing everyone a happy and safe summer ~ Ali and Tracy

CBC Winnipeg News June 19, 2019

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3 dead after multi-vehicle crash near Vulcan, Alta.

Three people are dead after a truck and semi-tractor crashed near Vulcan, Alta.

How do you say 'trash' in French? Meet the voices behind Toy Story 4's Forky

Actor Tony Hale and Quebec comedian François Bellefeuille trade notes on bringing Forky/Fourchette to life for Toy Story 4.

How to watch Canada Day 2019 on CBC

Watch the Canada Day celebrations live from Ottawa with performances and fireworks.

Kids go to seniors home, refugee farmers program, Regina hot sauce maker and construction site recycling

Vancouver area school goes to seniors home once a month, Newfoundland program helps new refugees practice farming, Regina woman has side hustle as a hot sauce maker and an Ottawa construction manager recycles building site debris and gives proceeds to area food bank

Fake fire hydrants, kindergarten to grade six kids and vinyl record pressing

A Kamloops man makes a fake fire hydrant in an attempt to deter dogs from pooping on his lawn and incurs the wrath of the City, Charlottetown kids were interviewed when they were in kindergarten and again when they are leaving elementary and Quebec City coffee shop owner is also going to open vinyl record pressing business.

Episode 4: The south side of the tracks

On the other side of 30,000 striking workers one man's name stands alone: A.J. Andrews. He and his Citizens Committee of 1,000 are credited with breaking the back of the strike in 1919. But how did they do it? Meet the man at the head of the business elite and hear what some of his descendants think of his actions today. It's time to visit the south side of the tracks.

Teen killed in accident at Vancouver Island wilderness camp

A middle school student is dead after an accident Wednesday afternoon during a field trip at a wilderness camp near Sooke on Vancouver Island.
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Mike Trout slams Blue Jays with 2 home runs

Mike Trout hit a pair of home runs including the sixth grand slam of his career as the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 11-6 at Rogers Centre on Wednesday.

CBC Toronto News June 19, 2019

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Brandon man, 45, charged with sexual offences involving a child

Police in Brandon have charged a 45-year-old man with sexual assault and other offences for incidents involving a child over a period of several years.

Winnipeg volunteer's winning pitch scores grant for Snowflake Place

Thanks to a winning pitch, Snowflake Place has more money to help young victims of abuse.

Game Wrap: Trout's grand slam powers Angels past Blue Jays

Mike Trout hit two home runs and drove in a career-high seven runs in the Angels' 11-6 win over Toronto.

CBC Montreal News June 19, 2019

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CBC Ottawa News June 19, 2019

Keeps you up-to-date on developing stories in the Ottawa and Greater Toronto regions weeknights following The National.

CBC Toronto News June 19, 2019

Keep up-to-date on developing stories in the Greater Toronto region weeknights immediately following The National.

The National for June 19, 2019

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News

Quebec's largest school board will not apply religious symbols law — at least for now

The Commission Scolaire de Montréal voted unanimously to delay apply Quebec's new secularism law until a proper consultation process with its internal groups can be carried out.

Cavalry FC edge closer to clinching CPL spring title

Cavalry FC is now just a point away from clinching the Spring title, as they eliminated HFX Wanderers FC from contention on Wednesday with a 2-1 win at Wanderers Grounds. The win is Cavalry’s seventh in a row as their perfect start to the CPL continues.

Nenshi worried Calgary's status as winter sports destination slipping away

Mayor Naheed Nenshi says he's worried Calgary's status as Canada's centre of high performance winter sports is in jeopardy.

Chilliwack schools ask energy board to change path of Trans Mountain expansion

The Chilliwack School Board wants the proposed route of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion changed because its goes through school grounds.

Indigenous group erects wigwam opposite Parliament in protest over future of former U.S. embassy

Members of the Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation have erected a wigwam in front of the former U.S. embassy opposite Parliament Hill in an effort to draw attention to a lack of consultation on the future of 100 Wellington Street.