Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Final - St Louis at Boston - Game 1
Watch the live stream of Hockey Night in Canada playoffs as the St. Louis Blues visit the Boston Bruins at 8:00 p.m. ET.
Wilson-Raybould, Philpott won't run as Greens in fall election
Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott will not run as Green Party candidates in the fall election, CBC News has learned. The two former Liberal cabinet ministers spoke with Green Party Leader Elizabeth May several times about possibly running for her party.
Computer science student, 2 others arrested in Lyon, France, bomb blast
French police have arrested three people, including a 24-year-old computer science student of Algerian nationality, in connection with last week's bomb blast in Lyon that injured 13 people, authorities said.
Family reeling after losing home, pets and belongings in fire
"People are so generous," Rodney Gray says, of the outpouring of support for him and his family.
Monday, May 27, 2019: Chelsea Handler, Snotty Nose Rez Kids and more
Today on q: comedian Chelsea Handler, q screen panel with John Semley and Tina Hassannia, q visual arts columnist Sean O’Neill, hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids.
The Early Edition
Vancouver Morning Show
In 1981, the CRTC decided one CBC-TV channel was enough
The CBC's plans to launch a second national TV channel were scuttled by the CRTC back in 1981.
CBC News for IoT Video Platforms
CBC News for IoT Video Platforms
Trump dismisses missile tests on Japan visit
The U.S. president breaks with his adviser and says he is not 'personally bothered' by recent North Korean missile tests
London, Ont., court to decide if police can access Facebook messages
A London, Ont., homicide case could help determine how far into your Facebook inbox the arm of the law could reach for investigative purposes.
No arrests during Raptors Eastern Conference final celebrations
Despite thousands of fans celebrating in the streets after the Toronto Raptors defeated the Milwaukee Bucks to become the Eastern Conference champions last night, Toronto police confirmed that no arrests were made following the team's historic win.
Grade 9 student wins bronze at national science fair for mercury experiment
A Grade 9 student took home a bronze medal for her study of mercury levels in walleye fish in Lake Erie at the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Fredericton, N.B.
Thunder Bay News Update
News Update from CBC Thunder Bay
Facebook's Zuckerberg, Sandberg could be found in contempt of Parliament, MPs warn
Canadian MPs are warning that Facebook's top officials could be found in contempt of Parliament if they continue to ignore a subpoena to testify in Ottawa this week.
Body found in Eramosa River, Guelph police say
Guelph police are investigating after the body of a man was found in the Eramosa River, in the area of Brockville Avenue and Hayes Avenue.
Edmundston police search for suspect in armed robbery
Police in Edmundston are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a business and shot an employee early Monday morning.
Continuing search for P.E.I. fisherman to be done by drone
The search for a missing Island fisherman will be mainly done by drone from here on out, but there won’t be much activity today, RCMP said.
LED bike rack an 'exciting' collaboration between university, college
A new LED bike rack was unveiled on University Avenue in the downtown core of the city Friday.
Edmonton News Update
News Update from CBC Edmonton
Carbon monoxide exposure prompts apartment building evacuation in Moncton
Eight tenants were forced from their homes after a carbon monoxide spike inside a Moncton apartment building on Sunday night.
P.E.I. vinyl-pressing company creates platform to aid production costs
Kaneshii Vinyl Pressing in Charlottetown has created an online platform that allows artists to pre-sell their records to help cover the cost of production.
QEH Eastlink Telethon raises more than $640K for new CT scanner
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown will now be able to buy a new CT scanner after the QEH Eastlink Telethon over the weekend.
Walk Off the Earth dedicate new song to late bandmate 'Beard Guy'
Canadian pop act Walk off the Earth are paying tribute to their late bandmate Mike Taylor with a new track named in his memory.
Former Ottawa city councillor David Chernushenko pens 'eco-thriller'
After last year's municipal election didn't go the way he hoped, former Ottawa city councillor David Chernushenko decided to focus on writing fiction. Now, he's promoting Burning Souls, an "eco-thriller" that tells the story, over the course of two decades, of four friends dealing with a world in the midst of major climate disruption.
City council to discuss restricting use of single-use plastics in Regina
Regina city council is set to have a discussion on single-use plastics during their meeting on Monday.