CBC Saskatchewan News April 23, 2019
Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina at 11 pm
76ers crush Nets to set up 2nd-round showdown with Raptors
The Philadelphia 76ers flexed their offensive muscle from the opening tip to beat the Brooklyn Nets 120-100 on Tuesday night and close out their Eastern Conference playoff series in five games.
CBC Toronto News April 23, 2019
Keep up-to-date on developing stories in the Greater Toronto region weeknights immediately following The National.
Sharks' Pavelski exits Game 7 with scary injury
The forward left Game 7 bleeding on Tuesday night. Pavelski was cross checked by Cody Eakin after a faceoff midway through the third period. Pavelski lost his balance and fell head first into the ice.
Development in Chilliwack leads to discovery of decades-old artifacts
Old shop signs, vintage bottles, theatre handbills, parts from a Ford Model T have all been pulled out and are being viewed by many on Instagram. Some of the items are around 100 years old.
Leaders of Hong Kong pro-democracy protests sentenced
A court in Hong Kong handed down prison sentences of up to 16 months Wednesday to eight leaders of massive 2014 pro-democracy protests after they were convicted last month of public nuisance offences.
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History repeats itself as Leafs eliminated by Bruins yet again
The Toronto Maple Leafs are out of the playoffs after a 4-1 loss to the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of their first-round series.
The National for April 23, 2019
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CBC Winnipeg News April 23, 2019
Your daily round-up of the news of the day each weeknight
Death toll rises to 359 in Sri Lanka bombings, more arrested
The death toll from the Easter suicide bombings in Sri Lanka rose to 359 and more suspects have been arrested, police said Wednesday.
Toronto News Update
News Update from CBC Toronto
Protect Your Spirit
Reclaimed is the home to the next wave of Indigenous music on CBC. Combining past, present and future this series explores the many worlds of Indigenous music and introduces listeners to a new generation of Indigenous artists reclaiming their culture through music and song -- Gathering of Nations: Every year, 80,000 people come from across Turtle Island and around the world to participate in the biggest powwow on the continent. It's a weekend filled with dancing, drumming, singing, music, food and just being together. On opening night, the Grand Entry takes place... that's the opening procession to honour all the dancers, the host nations, the eagle staff carriers, elders and veterans. The celebration put on display is mindblowing. As far as can be seen, it's a sea of beautiful brown faces and dazzling colourful regalia -- Join host Jarrett Martineau as he honours Native peoples from every nation with songs that provide strength and protect your spirit.
Fort St. John, B.C., considers supplying free menstrual products in public spaces
A city councillor in the northeastern reaches of the province wants to make menstrual products free in community centres, arenas and parks.
CBC Montreal News April 23, 2019
The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories
CBC Ottawa News April 23, 2019
Keeps you up-to-date on developing stories in the Ottawa and Greater Toronto regions weeknights following The National.
Leafs face another long summer of second-guessing after devastating Game 7 loss
The Stanley Cup drought will hit 52 years on May 2, the anniversary of the franchise's last championship in 1967. Toronto hasn’t won a single playoff series since 2004.
Saudi Arabia beheads 37 prisoners in mass execution
Saudi Arabia on Tuesday beheaded 37 Saudi citizens in a mass execution across the country for alleged terrorism-related crimes, publicly pinning one of the headless bodies to a pole as a warning to others.
Pillar gets standing O, RBI, as Giants edge Blue Jays
Joe Panik homered and drove in three runs, Kevin Pillar had an RBI in his return to Rogers Centre, and the San Francisco Giants held off a late Toronto comeback attempt to defeat the Blue Jays 7-6 on Tuesday in the opener of a two-game interleague series.
New Zealand and France seek an end to terrorism and violent extremism online
The leaders of New Zealand and France said on Wednesday they will work together in an effort to stop social media from being used to promote terrorism and violent extremism.
Game Wrap: Bruins bounce Leafs in Game 7... again
For the second straight season, Boston used home ice to their advantage, eliminating Toronto with a 5-1 win on Tuesday night.
B.C. men challenge constitutionality of Canada's secret no-fly list
After being barred from boarding planes at YVR, two B.C. men are arguing in separate cases that their Charter rights are being violated because of the no-fly regime.
Raptors take care of business with series-clinching rout of Magic
The Toronto Raptors dispatched the Orlando Magic in record time, checking the first box of what the team hopes is a long playoff run.
Swan River doctors sound alarm over Lifeflight access
A group of physicians in Swan River is calling on the province to address changes they say are having “profound and dangerous effects” on the community’s air ambulance service.