Why an Edmonton Salon decided to charge gender-neutral haircut prices
Jennifer Storey, the owner of Adara Hair, explains why her salon decided to become the first place in Edmonton to advertise gender-neutral pricing.
Kids go to seniors home, refugee farmers program, Regina hot sauce maker and construction site recycling
Vancouver area school goes to seniors home once a month, Newfoundland program helps new refugees practice farming, Regina woman has side hustle as a hot sauce maker and an Ottawa construction manager recycles building site debris and gives proceeds to area food bank
Fake fire hydrants, kindergarten to grade six kids and vinyl record pressing
A Kamloops man makes a fake fire hydrant in an attempt to deter dogs from pooping on his lawn and incurs the wrath of the City, Charlottetown kids were interviewed when they were in kindergarten and again when they are leaving elementary and Quebec City coffee shop owner is also going to open vinyl record pressing business.
(Live at 10:00 am ET) Men's Wheelchair Basketball on CBC: Canada vs Argentina
The Canadian Senior Men’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team will face off against Argentina from the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, Toronto, ON.
CBC Edmonton News June 18, 2019
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CBC Calgary News at 11 June 18, 2019
CBC Calgary News at 11 host Shannon Scott brings you a roundup of the news and weather weeknights right after The National.
CBC Vancouver News
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CBC Saskatchewan News June 18, 2019
Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina at 11 pm
Canadian mining company liable for pollution flowing from Kootenays to U.S.
Vancouver-based mining giant Teck has run out of appeals after polluting the Columbia River and Lake Roosevelt in Washington State for decades from its huge lead and zinc smelter in Trail, B.C.
'Roll up your windows:' Victoria police say vehicle theft on the rise
Over the past month, a spike in the number of thefts from vehicles in the 1600 block of the Hillside neighbourhood have police worried about a possible record high number of thefts in 2019.
11-year-old Max identifies as a girl & wants to live her life as Maxine
Her separated parents try to work out how to best cope with and support this huge life decision. Will they be driven apart by Max's decision to live as a girl? Watch now.
Motorcyclist in critical condition after southwest Calgary crash
A motorcyclist is in critical condition after a crash in southwest Calgary Tuesday evening.
CBC Winnipeg News June 18, 2019
Your daily round-up of the news of the day each weeknight
TFC's Michael Bradley back as U.S. captain for Gold Cup opener
Michael Bradley returned to his role as captain for the first time under new U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter as the Americans opened the CONCACAF Gold Cup against Guyana in their first competitive match in 20 months.
Toronto News Update
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Marcus Stroman using trade rumours as motivation
Marcus Stroman doesn't want to let the noise surrounding his future with the Blue Jays affect his performance on the mound.
Watching the World Cup with Diana Matheson
A history-creating guest. Midfielder Diana Matheson's stoppage time goal against France at the London Olympics in 2012 gave Canada a bronze medal. She backed that up with a second Olympic bronze at Rio. Matheson has more than 200 Caps with the Canadian National team. Four World Cups. Three Olympics. Team Canada since 2003. She plays professionally for the Utah Royals...and along the way she also picked up an economics degree from Princeton. There's a good news - bad news story in Diana Matheson's 2019 FIFA campaign. The bad news is, a foot injury has sidelined her for the duration of the tournament. The positive spin on that is she's freed up to provide expert colour commentary on the tournament, and help give viewers insights on Team Canada's mindset, throughout the World Cup.
Summer Solstice: Powwow Season
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 -- This episode is all about Powwow! It’s music for the longest days of the year, the summer solstice, and the sounds come to you from drum groups across Turtle Island. Whether you’re getting your regalia ready, you’re rockin your mocs in the city, or you’re thinking about checking out your very first powwow, you’re going to need some songs to celebrate the season -- Join host Jarrett Martineau and enjoy songs for the Summer Solstice. From Indian tacos and frybread, to tipis and snaggin’ on the powwow trail, summer is singin’ and dancin’ time... and the sound of the drum is a beautiful way to welcome the warm days ahead
Break-in suspect armed with knife threatened St. Andrews residents: RCMP
Police have arrested a Winnipeg teenager after someone armed with a knife allegedly broke into a home in the RM of St. Andrews and threatened people inside.
Tories take Sackville-Cobequid byelection in political landscape shakeup
Steve Craig and the Progressive Conservatives won the Sackville-Cobequid byelection Tuesday night, the first time a party other than the NDP has won there in 34 years.
CBC Toronto News June 18, 2019
Keep up-to-date on developing stories in the Greater Toronto region weeknights immediately following The National.
Sidney Crosby finds a silver lining in Penguins' early playoff exit
Fresh off a trip to Europe, the Pittsburgh star spoke to the media ahead of the NHL awards in Las Vegas.
The National for June 18, 2019
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CBC Montreal News June 18, 2019
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CBC Ottawa News June 18, 2019
Keeps you up-to-date on developing stories in the Ottawa and Greater Toronto regions weeknights following The National.