Police search for missing Charlottetown man
Police are searching the Parkdale area of Charlottetown for a missing man.
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Blaine Higgs lays out plans today in 1st throne speech as premier
Blaine Higgs's first throne speech as premier — and the second throne speech in New Brunswick this fall — will be delivered Tuesday afternoon.
50 years of As It Happens: Stories that will make you learn, laugh and cry
Over the last five decades, As It Happens has been there, bringing you the voices at the heart of the stories that have shaped history — and having a few laughs along the way.
Police search for second suspect after vehicle 'stolen from driveway' in Thunder Bay, Ont.
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., are asking for the public's help in searching for a suspect who was reportedly involved in a fraud and stolen property investigation.
From 'the profound to the profane,' Carol Off says As It Happens is a show about success
From fist-pumping record breakers to doctors risking their lives in Syria, As It Happens host Carol Off explores what success looks like.
Global markets sink again as tech and retail stocks drop
Stocks are skidding Tuesday morning, putting the market back into the red for the year, as weak results from retailers and mounting losses for big technology companies compound the market's losses from the day before. Energy and industrial companies are also dropping.
Meet the cellist brothers who made an epic music video cover of the As It Happens theme song
When their mom told them them As It Happens was asking listeners to send in video performances of our iconic opening theme music, Maximilian and Theodor Aoki knew they had to so something truly epic.
2 new allegations of assault involving students at St. Michael's College School being investigated
Toronto police say they're investigating two new allegations of assault involving students at St. Michael's College School.
Mary Lou Finlay on sparring with Don Cherry
Former AIH host Mary Lou Finlay on what it was like to trade quips with Don Cherry on the radio. (Mallika Viegas/CBC Radio)
Global markets fall again led by tech, retail stocks
World markets are down again Tuesday, putting the market back into the red for the year. Weak results from retailers and mounting losses for big tech companies among the main drivers.
Michael Enright's 'Miss Goody Two-Skates' scandal
Amid the '90s media circus around figure skaters Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan, former AIH host Michael Enright started a circus of his own. (Mallika Viegas/CBC Radio)
Broken hearts and empty bellies: Why are women who lost babies sharing a floor with new moms?
An empty silence filled the elevator on the most painful journey of Stacey Barbour's life that no amount of discussion or consoling could fill.
Streets reopen after house fire in Winnipeg's North End
A house fire forced a group of adults and children out of a home in Winnipeg's North End early Monday.
Vancouver Park Board approves $35K for trans programs in community centres
In their first committee meeting since the municipal election, park board commissioners voted unanimously to approve $35,000 in funding for new trans and gender diverse programs in Vancouver's community centres.
Canada's embassies and diplomats poorly protected despite warnings, auditor says
Canada is not properly protecting diplomats and staff who face security threats at Canadian missions abroad, including many in locations at high risk of terrorist attacks, violence and espionage, the federal auditor general says.
Man fatally shoots hunting partner after mistaking him for deer, RCMP say
A 60-year-old Debert, N.S., man is dead after police say he was shot in a tragic hunting accident Monday about an hour north of Halifax.
University of New Brunswick nursing school should have mandatory course in Indigenous health, says instructor
The director of the Indigenous nursing program at the University of New Brunswick, says a mandatory course in Indigenous health is needed for all nursing students to improve health care for Indigenous people.
Dead whale found in Indonesia with 115 plastic cups, flip-flops in stomach
A dead whale that washed ashore in Indonesia had a thousand items of plastic waste in its stomach, causing concern among environmentalists and government officials in one of the world's largest plastic polluting countries.
Tuesday, November 20, 2018: Esi Edugyan, Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah and more
Today on q: Giller Prize winner Esi Edugyan, cartoonist Liana Finck, Cadence Weapon's Edmonton block party, author Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah.
Catherine Leroux on giving a voice to a Jane Doe with Madame Victoria
The Montreal writer discusses how she wrote a short story collection based on an unsolved crime.
Record breaking cold snap in Sudbury not expected to last, Environment Canada says
It’s not your imagination: it’s been bitterly cold in Sudbury and the recent cold snap has broken some records.
Moncton will spend thousands to boost homeless shelter capacity
Moncton council voted to spend up to $20,000 this winter to boost homeless shelter capacity as it awaits word on its call for $400,000 from the provincial government.
Highlights from the auditor general's 2018 fall reports
Highlights from the 2018 auditor general's report.
How I Wrote It
How Esi Edugyan wrote her novel Washington Black — and won her second Scotiabank Giller Prize
The 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize-winning author discusses how the themes of freedom, brutality and steampunk adventure fit together in her latest book.
Inmates kept in prison too long for lack of halfway houses: auditor
Canada's auditor general says hundreds of federal prisoners are having their parole delayed only because the Correctional Service of Canada doesn't have halfway houses for them to live in.