RCMP say Edmonton major crimes, not ASIRT, investigating death of man in RCMP custody

RCMP say the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team is not investigating after a man died in the custody of Airdrie RCMP.

Magnitude-8 earthquake strikes jungle area in north-central Peru

A powerful magnitude 8.0 earthquake struck a remote part of the Amazon jungle in Peru early Sunday, collapsing buildings and knocking out power to some areas but causing only one reported death.

The fires, the fans and the unfazed coach when the Canadiens won their 23rd Cup

It would have been hard to escape the news that the Montreal Canadiens had won yet another Stanley Cup.

High-risk offender missing from Dartmouth halfway house

Staff at the Jamieson Community Correctional Centre called the Halifax Regional Police on Sunday around 9 a.m. to report that Joshua James Turner, 35, is missing from custody.

Musician and fisheries officer keeps loneliness at bay with music

Jared Waterman took up playing the guitar and writing songs when he moved to northern Labrador to take a job as a fisheries officer.

Two new cases of measles confirmed in Saint John

Two new cases of measles are linked to a previous confirmed case at Kennebecasis Valley High School.

Edmonton News Update

News Update from CBC Edmonton

UN urges Canada to take more vulnerable Mexican migrants from Central America

The United Nations is urging Canada to help ease Mexico's refugee burden by helping resettle some of the most vulnerable of its new arrivals, including women, children and LGBTQ people.

Ottawa News Update

News Update from CBC Ottawa

Homebuyers escape high housing costs by relocating to secondary cities

Danielle Bacci's favourite part of her move to near Windsor, Ont., is the lack of traffic along her 15-minute commute to work in nearby Leamington. The 26-year-old bank employee and her partner left Toronto and bypassed the suburbs of the GTA for the affordability of Kingsville, Ont.

Budding cannabis trade appealing to broader business community

A cannabis expo on the weekend catered to businesses already in the industry, but also to many from other sectors looking to establish connections.

Toronto News Update

News Update from CBC Toronto

Montreal News Update

News Update from CBC Montreal

For this woman, the birth of her son led to a fight for her life

Sucdi Barre had a heart attack shortly after giving birth via c-section. Then she had another one, and another one, until her heart was operating at only 3 percent. She had SCAD, an underdiagnosed condition that typically affects young, healthy women.

Steel yourself, Canada: Tariff deal falls short of 'a full lift'

The agreement to end steel and aluminum tariffs points to where the Trump administration's protectionism may head next - and it's not really a return to a North American free trade zone for steel and aluminum products.
Point of View

The kindness of strangers: helping a harried dad who tossed his daughter's schoolwork by mistake

CBC Radio One's The Early Edition is asking listeners to share their stories of kindness from strangers for a series that runs on Thursday mornings. This week's story takes place at a recycling yard in New Westminster in 2007.

Pooches soak in the sun at the Largest festival for dogs in North America

From product vendors to dog only food trucks, the festival saw dogs of all breeds enjoy the event.

CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of May 19

How closely did you follow the past seven days in local news? Take our quiz to find out.

Your North: Best reader photos for the week of May 20

Hikes, fishing derbies, and animal-crashing selfies are signs of the seasons across the North. Check out your best shots of the past week before the calendar turns to June, and the unofficial beginning of summer.

CBC News for IoT Video Platforms

CBC News for IoT Video Platforms

Bioscience company operating in P.E.I. sells to American investment firm

All the shares of a bioscience company operating in Souris, P.E.I., have been sold to an American venture capital firm. The Center for Aquaculture Technologies, based in San Diego, Calif., has been doing aquaculture research in areas such as fish health and nutrition on P.E.I. since 2012.

Canada's Lysanne Richard held off high diving podium in China

Montreal's Lysanne Richard was fourth Sunday in the women's 20-metre high dive at the FINA World Cup in China with 296.10 points, only 2.05 back of Adriana Jimenez of Mexico. Aimee Harrison of Winnipeg was 13th in a field of 15.

Quebec City mosque target of hate crime, community says

The Quebec City mosque that was the site of a mass shooting two years ago has become the target of hate speech, which culminated in a physical confrontation on Saturday, its members say.

Thousands head out to Ottawa Race Weekend 2019

Thousands of runners took to the streets this weekend to take part in the Ottawa Race Weekend. 

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley May 26, 2019

Wendy Mesley takes you behind the headlines to reveal hidden and surprising forces shaping the news and our world.