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CBC NL photo gallery for the week of October 15


Sweetest Kulu

This bedtime poem, written by Inuit throat singer Celina Kalluk, describes the gifts given to a newborn baby by all the animals of the Arctic.

Court case involving discovery of 485 cannabis plants delayed

A 73-year-old man arrested after police found 485 pot plants growing in a Pointe-du-Chê​ne house made a brief court appearance Tuesday on a charge of producing cannabis.

Mysterious killing of Manitoba teen Kerrie Ann Brown explored in CBC podcast

The unsolved rape and killing of 15-year-old Kerrie Ann Brown — whom horseback riders found dead two days after she disappeared from a house party in Thompson, Man. — continues to haunt her family three decades after the devastating loss.

IAAF delays testosterone rules until Caster Semenya case verdict

The governing body of track and field will not apply rules to limit natural testosterone levels in female runners until the Court of Arbitration for Sport concludes a case involving Olympic champion Caster Semenya.

City begins process to appeal ruling on Christian Heritage Party transgender bus shelter ads

Hamilton is starting the process to appeal a superior court decision that determined the Christina Heritage Party (CHP) had the right to post bus shelter ads the city deemed transphobic.

Alberta Party candidate disqualified over 'discriminatory views'

The Alberta Party has disqualified Edmonton-Ellerslie candidate Yash Sharma after he attended an event "that was critical of an Indian Supreme Court decision to allow women of menstruating age to attend an ancient temple," the party announced in a statement Monday.

Eva Campbell

Eva Campbell is a Canadian artist.

Transport Canada taking a 'fresh look' at issue of seatbelts on school buses

Transport Canada will investigate whether seatbelts are necessary on school buses after a hidden report — recently made public — revealed buses failed the department's own safety tests.

Shauntay Grant

Shauntay Grant is a Canadian writer and performance artist.

Past Tense

A Jack Reacher novel by Lee Child.

Windsor Ward 2 forum LIVE

The two candidates for Windsor's Ward 2 square off in a forum entitled 'Ballots & Brews'

Get to know Saskatchewan Roughriders better, on and off the football field

CBC's Peter Mills does feature interviews with members of the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Pride Toronto opens door for city police to possibly rejoin summer parade after 2-year ban

City police would be allowed to march in the 2019 Pride parade following a two-year ban if they meet Pride Toronto's entrance policy, the organization says.


This illustrated children's book follows a young girl who visits the former site of the Africville community in Halifax and looks back on its history through her family's stories.

Construction of Place Des Arts to start next week

The Place Des Arts project received its building permit from the City of Greater Sudbury this week and construction is set to start next week.

Ocean Meets Sky

Terry Fan and Eric Fan's Ocean Meets Sky is about a young boy who sets sail to fins the point where the ocean meets the sky.

BCTF wins grievance over public school teacher shortage in B.C.

The B.C. Teachers' Federation (BCTF) has won a grievance over a shortage of educators in the province. The union filed the complaint in the spring, claiming the Chilliwack school board failed to hire enough teachers to fill demand.

Fallen tree knocks out power to western P.E.I.

Maritime Electric is reporting more than 12,000 customers without power across P.E.I. as of noon Tuesday.

Pay as you throw system would be fairer, more efficient for getting rid of garbage in Calgary: report

A new report says a 'pay as you throw' garbage system in Calgary would be fairer, more efficient and save money in long run.

Study shows HPV vaccination does not cause riskier sexual behaviour among teens

A new study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows teenage girls in B.C. are waiting longer to have sex and are more likely to use contraception than they were before the HPV vaccine was made available in public schools in 2008.

Crews investigating early morning fire on Drouillard Road

Officials attended the Hogan's Printing building Tuesday at about 5:10 a.m.

Cannabis info sessions answer parents' burning questions

Ottawa Public Health (OPH) is inviting parents with questions about legal cannabis to information sessions at schools across the region over the next few weeks.

Come From Away sells out amid ticket mania in St. John's

Tickets sold out amid website crashes and waiting in the rain.