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Trudeau tells UN summit Canada will stand up for human rights at home, abroad

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off his visit to the UN today by telling delegates at the Mandela Peace Summit that Canada will continue to stand up for the rule of law, democracy and human rights at home and abroad.

How BBC Africa uncovered the story behind an execution video of women and children

When the grisly video first emerged of two women and two children being executed at point-blank range by what appeared to be Cameroonian soldiers, the Cameroon government called it "fake news."

New sobering, day centre a huge improvement, say Yellowknife's homeless

Some people who live on the streets in Yellowknife say the new sobering and day centre on 50th Street is a huge improvement to the services they had access to before.

New Raptor Kawhi Leonard says he's excited to be in Toronto

Toronto Raptors newcomer Kawhi Leonard finally addressed the media at a jam-packed news conference on Monday, saying he's excited to play in a "basketball city," where fans embrace the team.

Rachel Notley finds Jason Kenney's actions during India trip 'amusing'

While some of Alberta's cabinet raised concerns about United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney's trip to India, Premier Rachel Notley is taking a tongue-in-cheek tack.

Ottawa needs 'special representative' to consult Indigenous groups and save Trans Mountain, says Scheer

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has outlined a plan to jump-start Trans Mountain construction, a month after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed cabinet approval to build the multi-billion dollar expansion project.

Prosecutors ask for 5 to 10 years in Cosby sexual assault

Prosecutors on Monday asked a judge to sentence Bill Cosby to five to 10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman, while his lawyer argued that the 81-year-old comedian is too old and frail to serve time behind bars.

Canada faces steep odds in battle to join UN Security Council

Canada is in the running for a seat on the United Nations Security Council, but is in tough against Ireland and Norway.

How BBC Africa uncovered the story behind an execution video of women and children

When the grisly video first emerged of two women and two children being executed at point-blank range by what appeared to be Cameroonian soldiers, the Cameroon government called it "fake news."

Police inspection at Nyala Lounge

Mulugeta Tesfay's video of Edmonton police conducting an inspection at Nyala Lounge on July 14, 2018.

Ford plans to form special committee to probe province's fiscal situation

Premier Doug Ford says his government plans to strike a special committee to further investigate Ontario's fiscal situation in light of a newly reviewed multibillion-dollar deficit.

Notwithstanding clause | Premiers' League

Former premiers Christy Clark, Brad Wall and Jean Charest discuss the use of the notwithstanding clause after Doug Ford threatens to use it.

Coincidence? West Elm accused of copying Calgary artist's piece with bedding look-alike

Calgary artist Jill Paddock says a bedspread for sale at West Elm shares an uncanny similarity to a painting she until recently had on display in the store.

Why should Canada get a UN Security Council seat over Ireland or Norway?

'We're richer than they are,' former ambassador to the UN Paul Heinbecker tells P&P.

Goalie scores with centre-ice proposal at Edmonton beer league game

An Edmonton goalie wanted to wow his hard-to-surprise girlfriend, so he planned an elaborate proposal at - where else? - his beer league hockey game.

Nenshi orders forensic investigation after private Olympic meeting leak

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi is keen on sniffing out the individual, or people, responsible for revealing closed-door meeting details and documents to the media.

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Canada campaigns for UN Security Council seat

P&P Explainer: How does the election process work?

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Ontario to look into Wynne government accounting

'I think the responsibility should be borne by this current government,' says Ontario Liberal finance critic Mitzi Hunter.

CBC Asks: Clearing the smoke.

Join CBC Manitoba Asks, a discussion about the legalization of pot. Moderating our way into the discussion are CBC Radio One hosts, Marcy Markusa, Marjorie Dowhows and Ismaila Alfa. CBC Manitoba's traffic reporter, Shannah-Lee Vidal will be taking questions via Facebook live. You'll also hear from a diverse panel and have many opportunities to ask questions and share your own views.

Praise for hydro workers as power returns

As the lights flickered on in neighbourhoods across Ottawa over the weekend, praise flooded in for the hydro crews who have worked tirelessly since Friday's devastating storm to restore power.
Coming Up

Polls are now open as New Brunswickers elect a new government

As New Brunswick goes to the polls Monday, the Brian Gallant Liberals are aiming to be the first government to receive a second term since the Bernard Lord Tories in 2003.

Tiger's win adds whole new dimension to Ryder Cup

Already the most intense competition in golf, the Ryder Cup doesn't need help to boost the excitement. Tiger Woods managed to take it to another level.