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1 dead in western Quebec as province remains on flood alert
Authorities remain on high alert for flooding across southern Quebec as waters continue to rise and at least one death has been reported.
Woman dead in Pontiac after road wash out
Pontiac mayor confirmed Saturday morning that a woman died at rue de Clarendon at chemin Bronson Bryant.
Brooke Henderson tied for 1st in effort to defend Lotte Championship title
Defending champion Brooke Henderson shot a 3-under 69 on Friday at blustery Ko Olina Golf Club for a share of the third-round lead with Nelly Korda in the Lotte Championship.
St. John's runner 2nd fastest Canadian woman at Boston Marathon
It's the oldest marathon in the world, perhaps the best-known race on the planet, and this year Anne Johnston was the second-fastest Canadian woman to cross the finish line.
P.E.I. Green candidate, son die in canoeing accident days before election
P.E.I. Green Party candidate Josh Underhay and his young son died in a canoeing accident in the Hillsborough River on Friday, the party has confirmed.
8 districts to watch in the P.E.I. election
Any district is arguably one to watch. Every kitchen in the province has a different take on the winds of change or whether they even exist. But there are at least eight to watch because they're the battlegrounds without an incumbent, or a race involving a leader.
From the mouths of babes
A NFB film, Where the Land Ends, gives space to Quebecers who were too young to vote in the last referendum. Director Loic Darses, gives viewers an opportunity to hear from his generation who are thinking beyond the question of sovereignty and define the land and place differently than some older generations might expect.
A play within a play
Segal Center's Lisa Rubin directs "Indecent" - a 2017 play about a controversy surrounding an old Yiddish play that was ahead of its time.
A joint exhibit, which includes 35mm photos snapped and developed by students.
What happened to triclosan? A lingering legacy of the hyper-hygiene era
A few years ago we were brushing our teeth with it, rinsing our mouths with it, sanitizing our hands with it. And now triclosan is almost vanished from the marketplace.
'North Central needs it': Community cleanup looks to tidy up entire neighbourhood
One resident wants to teach people to help out, even if they're not the ones littering.
Slight changes coming to Regina's lead service connection management program
Small changes, but changes none-the-less are coming in the way the city handles its lead service connection management program.
Calgary arts group takes work on tour to Dubai
Indefinite Arts Centre in Calgary, which provides artistic training and exhibition opportunities for people living with disabilities will have 13 of its artists’ works displayed both in Dubai.
Yukoner travels across, down to big crossword tournament
Virginia Labelle solves the puzzle: what's the 'most geeky fun you can have'?
Flood warnings issued along the Ottawa River
Residents living in parts of eastern Ontario and western Quebec stocked up on sandbags as rain continued to fall across the region.
Flame out: Avalanche knock off Calgary in Game 5
Add the Calgary Flames to shocking Stanley Cup playoff exits this season. Spurred by a dominant Nathan MacKinnon, the Colorado Avalanche ousted the Flames from contention with a 5-1 win Friday to win their first-round series four games to one.
Montreal News Update
News Update from CBC Montreal
California parents sentenced to life for shackling, abusing 12 children
David and Louise Turpin were sentenced Friday during an emotional hearing that saw some of the children speak publicly about their abuse for the first time.
First responders rush to Langley, B.C., home after deck collapses
Langley RCMP say 18 people suffered injuries after a deck collapsed at a Langley, B.C., home during a wedding-related celebration.
The long life and slow death of a large lobster named Lanny
Few of his kind would live a life like Lanny the Lobster did.
Carrying the cross, running fast, and a gathering spot for geeks
A United Church minister in Clarenville carries a cross on Good Friday, a St. John's woman is the second Canadian female to finish the 2019 Boston Marathon, and the Geeks Public House opens in St. John's
For the love of curling (and each other): Peterman, Gallant eye gold at mixed doubles worlds
Two Canadian curlers combined their fierce competitive nature and love for the game with their love for each other, creating one of the most formidable mixed doubles teams in the world. And now Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant begin their quest on Saturday to become the first Canadians to win the mixed doubles world title.
Beatles songs and kazoos: How a Hamilton choir is helping people with Parkinson's
The Hamilton Parkinson's Chorus isn't just a choir, it's an exercise club. People with Parkinson's can have problems with breathing and swallowing. Singing helps strengthen those throat muscles.
Not criminal but 'certainly crazy': Journalist says Mueller report is still shocking
National security reporter Marcy Wheeler says although Mueller didn't charge Trump, the evidence is damning.