CBC Daybreak North — Northern British Columbia
Stories that connect, challenge and champion Northern British Columbia, with host Carolina de Ryk. Weekday mornings from 6 to 8:37 a.m. PT, or in your favourite podcast app.
Surrey residents mourn loss of former firefighter and 'civic treasure' Bill McNamara
From fighting fires to flying planes, there's a lot of reasons people remember Surrey's Bill McNamara — a man known for his volunteer work and a career at the local firehall that spanned 28 years.
Provincial government wants independent review of Winnipeg's finances
The Manitoba government says it wants to help the City of Winnipeg find cost savings.
Workers with the town of Placentia have voted 100 per cent in favour of strike: CUPE
Workers with the town of Placentia have voted 100 per cent in favour of strike, according to the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE). Fourteen of the 15 members of CUPE 1761 were present for the vote on Wednesday.
Manitoba News Update
News Update from CBC Winnipeg
The Ledge: NDP political staffers cleaning out offices in wake of UCP win
Political staffers who worked for the NDP government were vacating their offices Thursday, making way for the new United Conservative Party hires who will take their places.
Facing early playoff exit, Flames focused on one game at a time
Facing elimination in Friday's fifth game of their opening-round playoff series against the Colorado Avalanche, Flames head coach Bill Peters doesn't want his players making the mountain bigger by thinking they have to win three games in a row.
Comings and goings. The UCP will form government, the NDP transitions to opposition, and the future of the Liberal and Alberta Party.
Calgary newcomers and support groups to hold town hall to prevent teen suicide
Calgary agencies that work with newcomers are reviewing their programs, after a nine-year-old Syrian girl died last month. The family of Amal Alshteiwi told CBC News the girl took her own life after being bullied for months at her northeast school. They came to Alberta three years ago as Syrian newcomers. Local groups are holding a town hall in a couple of weeks to look for ways to prevent something like this from happening again. Sam Nammoura has worked with Amal's family. He is co-founder of the Calgary Immigrant Support Society.
Sanctioned: The Arrest of a Telecom Giant
CBC Vancouver's Stephen Quinn narrates this story of international intrigue and one woman's fight for liberty set against a dramatic battle to dominate the economies of the future.
Optimus Prime voice actor Peter Cullen
Peter Cullen is the voice behind Eeyore and Optimus Prime. He's appearing at the Calgary comic and entertainment expo April 27 and 28.
Edmonton News at 6
Veteran journalist Nancy Carlson takes the helm of CBC Edmonton's supper hour show, reporting weekdays on breaking news and current events in Alberta's capital city.
CBC Saskatchewan News
Jane Philpott resigned Monday from Justin Trudeau's cabinet over the handling of the SNC-Lavalin affair. Power & Politics talks to Liberal MP Steven MacKinnon, David McLaughlin, Jaime Watt and Cindy Blackstock. Plus, reaction from Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer.
Every weeknight, we take the pulse of the north and reflect its diversity.
CBC Calgary News
Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta.
Richmond councillors must fix 'culture of dysfunction,' says business group
The Strait Area Chamber of Commerce is calling for councillors to resign if they can't remedy their problems
As It Happens: Thursday Edition
April 18, 2019
Flames fans give advice on how to beat the Avs
The Calgary Flames are headed home for Game 5 in a do or die, trailing the Colorado Avalanche 1-3 in the series.
Trio of world-renowned climbers missing and presumed dead in Banff avalanche
Three world-renowned climbers — Jess Roskelley, David Lama and Hansjörg Auer — are missing and presumed to have died in an avalanche in the Rocky Mountains.
Mueller Report, Saudi Sisters, Jeff Douglas Announcement, Newfoundland Resettlement, Sanctuary Cities, Congo Ebola, Legal Aid Cuts and more.
Arena in Aberdeen, Sask., takes out ice to make way for roller skating
The arena in Aberdeen, Sask., has taken out its ice for the first time since it was built to make way for the town's newest attraction: roller skating. The grand opening is April 26.
New trial ordered for 2 men involved in $250K drug bust who argued charter rights were violated
Two Alberta men are headed back to court in connection with a bust involving more than $250,000 worth of drugs, almost two years after a Manitoba judge ruled police had violated their charter rights.
Radical left is to blame for the growth in white nationalism, says philosopher and psychoanalyst
He's been called the "Elvis of cultural theory." Ahead of his sold out talk at the U of W, Slovenian philosopher and psychoanalyst Slavoj Zizek tells host Ismaila Alfa how the radical left is to blame for the growth in white nationalism.
"If the president weren't the president, he could have been indicted' | Jill Wine-Banks
Former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks breaks down the Mueller report.
CBC Toronto News April 18, 2019
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