N.S. getting less than half the legal cannabis it needs to meet demand

Nova Scotia's finance minister says she will be firing off another letter to Health Canada to register the province's concerns over a growing shortage of legal cannabis.

Two Canadians discuss how to find common ground in fight against climate change

How do we build a consensus in order to move forward? We look at the deep divide in perspectives, and how to bridge them.

Man wanted for stealing gas in Waterloo region, Guelph: Police

Police in Waterloo region and Guelph are searching for a gas-and-dash suspect who has been seen driving a white truck stolen from Fergus.

The Men in White

Anosh Irani's play The Men in White is the tale of two brothers, one in Vancouver and one in Bombay, as they both look to escape their mundane lives and make their dreams come true.

Donate to CBC's Sounds of the Season by Friday for chance to win trip for 2

Planes filled with thousands of kilograms of fresh produce and non-perishable items have already taken off, bound for several remote First Nation communities in northern Ontario, as part of sthe annual CBC Thunder Bay Sounds of the Season campaign.

What's on in Edmonton this weekend

Hunting for a break from the hustle and bustle of the rush towards the holidays? We've got you covered.

CBC Sudbury Sounds of the Season 2018

Sounds of the Season is a month of giving in support of The Sudbury Food Bank. Join us at our Sounds of the Season live broadcast, Friday, Dec. 7. Morning North will be broadcasting from St. Andrew's Place and Up North will be at La Fromagerie.

Carbon monoxide and smoke detector testing scam underway in Sudbury

The City of Greater Sudbury says it’s not contacting residents to check smoke alarms or carbon monoxide detectors, despite residents receiving calls.

Saskatoon woman fighting to save rescued raven from date with death

A Saskatoon woman is trying to save an injured raven she nursed back to health from getting euthanized under government rules.

Edwin Encarnacion traded to Seattle in 3-team deal

Slugger Edwin Encarnacion has been traded to Seattle and first baseman Carlos Santana has returned to Cleveland in a three-team deal that also involved Tampa Bay.

Think paying more for wine guarantees good quality? Think again

Brock University oenologist Belinda Kemp deconstructs what goes into the price of a bottle of wine.

Saskatoon Co-op claims workers and customers returning despite picket lines

Saskatoon Co-op and the UFCW Local 144, the union that represents its workers, have been at odds for close to a month-and-a-half. Co-op wants to create a two-tiered system where new hires would receive less pay and lower benefits.

I'm Afraid of Men

Shraya delivers an important record of the cumulative damage caused by misogyny, homophobia and transphobia.

Curtis Sagmoen gets absolute discharge in 1st of multiple criminal trials

A North Okanagan man, accused of threatening and assaulting sex trade workers in four separate incidents, has been given an absolute discharge after pleading guilty to a lesser charge in his trial for mischief.
How I Wrote It

Vivek Shraya on the power of unpacking pain and writing with urgency

The award-winning author discusses how he wrote I'm Afraid of Men.

Vivek Shraya

Vivek Shraya is a poet, artist and public speaker.
Holiday Gift Guide

15 books for the sports fans on your gift giving list

These 15 books will give sports lovers reasons to cheer this holiday season.

The year in Canadian politics: At Issue panel takes your questions

It's the most wonderful time of the year — when the At Issue panel dissects the year that was in Canadian politics and looks ahead to what is sure to be a raucous election year. Andrew Coyne, Chantal Hébert, Althia Raj and Paul Wells take your questions live, starting at 1 p.m. ET.

City celebrates 15th year of Calgary's 1st-of-its-kind Snow Angel campaign

The city is marking 15 years since Calgary became the first municipality in North America to mount a campaign to encourage neighbours to shovel for others in their community who might need a hand.

The Morning Edition's annual holiday show is live from downtown Regina this year

The Morning Edition is bringing the carol Silver Bells to life by capturing the excitement of the “city sidewalks, busy sidewalks, dressed in holiday style” this year. We’re taking our annual holiday show to downtown Regina on Friday, Dec. 14.

Sharps containers installed in Windsor 'hot spots'

Seven sharps containers have been installed in 'targeted' locations around the city.

St. Michael's College School axed football, basketball programs over more 'troubling' incidents

St. Michael's College School cancelled its football and basketball programs after hearing about "troubling" incidents beyond those first reported in November, including some police were told about, the interim president of the prestigious Toronto private school said Thursday.

Indigenous families struggle to trust Thunder Bay police as they face reopening of cases

An independent watchdog is urging police to reopen investigations into the deaths of nine Indigenous people in Thunder Bay, citing systemic racism and shoddy police work. But one surviving family member says the prospect of reinvestigating cases brings both hope and apprehension as families struggle to trust police.

PCs want Steve Crocker investigated over 'misleading' comments in legislature

Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie is calling for the premier to investigate one of his ministers.

Teen who died in care was let down by systems designed to help, children's advocate says

Manitoba’s advocate for children has six recommendations for the province following the death of a 17-year-old girl in care who was sexually exploited numerous times during her life.