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We asked for your ideas on N.L's health-care system, and you certainly came through

A sampler of some of your proposals to improve the health-care system, from easier ways to refill prescriptions, to the difference that teamwork can make.
Critical Condition

Watch Critical Condition, a public forum on the state of health care

The conversation about health care continues Thursday night with a public forum hosted by CBC's Anthony Germain and Ramona Dearing.

Political campaigns are targeting you on Facebook. Help us find out how.

More than 20 million Canadians use Facebook every month, and with elections looming in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick and a federal campaign next year, many of us will be besieged by political ads on the social media site. CBC is asking its readers to help track some of those ads by installing a browser extension created by the U.S. investigative news organization ProPublica.

Manitoba offers money, but no details, to help Churchill

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he is willing to put up provincial money to help the northern port town of Churchill.

Extremely dry conditions as crews fight wildfire near Haines Junction

Crews continue to work a 13-hectare blaze about 40 kilometres northwest of Haines Junction. The risk of wildfire is now considered 'extreme' in many parts of the territory.

WSCC lays charges in 2016 death of 19-year-old Australian in Inuvik

Inuvik's Allen Services and Contracting Ltd. faces 9 charges in the death of David Vinnicombe, who came north for adventure and never returned home.

VPD investigating suspicious death in downtown Vancouver

The Vancouver Police Department is investigating a suspicious death at a downtown Vancouver condo.

Young 'flower retrievers' thrilled to see their figure skating idols in Ottawa

A few lucky young figure skaters from the Ottawa area are sharing the ice with their idols at the National Skating Championships this weekend, as they hit the ice to collect flowers and stuffed animals thrown from the crowd.

'I'll be quite stressed out' says Winnipeg man upset over planned power outage Tuesday

A Winnipeg man is frustrated that Manitoba Hydro planned an outage in his neighbourhood Tuesday, expected to last 8 hours.

Ottawa architect mixes ancient materials, modern methods to build 1,000-year eco-home

It's a twist on the tale of the Three Little Pigs: a house made of straw, wood and clay, and yes, it will stand up to strong winds.

Ottawa police ask for public's help after dogs go on 'rampage' in Orléans

Ottawa police are asking for help to identify the owner of two dogs who attacked two people in Orléans Saturday morning.
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RCMP musical ride home from U.K. after Queen's 90th birthday

RCMP Const. Zachary MacMillan started his flight to the U.K. for the Queen's 90th birthday in a steel shipping container with horses — and emerged from the cargo hold once in the air to the surprise of other passengers.

More than a quarter of NDP MLAs are indigenous

The NDP's crushing defeat on Tuesday has led to a drastic reduction in the party's seats but it has also made for a significant increase in the percentage of NDP MLA's who are indigenous.

Vancouver co-housing complex: owners set to move into city's first

New homeowners are getting excited about inching their way closer to moving into Vancouver's first co-housing complex.

CBC Musical Nooners July 20: Lydia Hol

A dynamic voice in Canadian folk, Lydia Hol brings her expressive voice and tasteful musical stylings to the CBC Musical Nooners.