Serious collision prompts Alberta Avenue intersection closure
A man was seriously injured when his vehicle rolled in north Edmonton Monday morning.
Turkish, Saudi officials to conduct 'inspection' at consulate where journalist disappeared
Turkey and Saudi Arabia are expected to conduct a joint "inspection" of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, nearly two weeks after the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, Turkish authorities say.
Another NASA space telescope shuts down in orbit
Less than a week after the Hubble Space Telescope went offline, the Chandra X-ray Observatory has done the same.
NTSB releases dramatic video of Air Canada near-disaster
Video shows Air Canada plane narrowly missing several planes as it attempts to land on taxiway instead of runway
Moroccan convicted of helping 9/11 attackers being deported from Germany today
A Moroccan man convicted of helping three of the Sept. 11, 2001, attackers as they plotted to strike New York and Washington has been flown from a Hamburg jail to the city's airport in preparation for his deportation to his home country.
Between Past and Future
Hannah Arendt’s insightful observations of the modern world, based on a profound knowledge of the past, constitute an impassioned contribution to political philosophy.
Why is Stephen King one of the most adapted authors of all time?
Every Monday the q Screen Panel convenes to look at big stories happening in the film and television worlds. This week they'll talk about a new film called First Man, how long can Hollywood keep mining space, and Stephen King.
Cannabis legalization | The National Conversation
The National's Andrew Chang and members of the public put questions about cannabis legalization to the experts in a CBC town hall.
Police investigate after shots fired at Cambridge house
Waterloo regional police are investigating a suspected shooting that took place in the area of Francis Street and Middleton Street in Cambridge Saturday night.
Full episode: Oct. 15, 2018
On the latest edition of The Next Chapter, Shelagh Rogers talks to Miriam Toews, Rawi Hage, Dionne Brand and more.
Researcher looks to understand 'mysterious' Hydro dam earthquakes in Quebec
Filling the reservoirs of Quebec's hydroelectric dams has sometimes caused small earthquakes — a process that doesn't seem to have occurred elsewhere in Canada, according to a seismologist who has studied the phenomenon.
Rochester, N.Y. taking notes from Windsor to improve school system
Justin Murphy and his team of Rochester, N.Y. reporters have come to Windsor to learn about some of the differences between the cities' education systems.
Pedestrian badly injured after being hit by car in Montreal's Southwest borough
A 28-year-old woman suffered life-threatening injuries after being struck by a car Monday at the intersection of Notre-Dame and Guy streets.
Inquest to focus on problems with 911 system during 2013 Lake Wanapitei boating tragedy
A joint coroner's inquest begins today into the province’s 911 communication service. Details from two fatal events — a 2013 boating tragedy in Sudbury and a 2014 death in Casselman — will be explored to highlight problems and gaps in the communication system used to dispatch emergency services.
Harry and Meghan in Sydney
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive in Sydney for a 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific, hours before Kensington Palace announced that they are expecting a child.
Hear stories of survival and resilience at CBC Sudbury's third Living Library
Stories of survival will be front and centre at an upcoming event, hosted by CBC Sudbury in partnership with the Greater Sudbury Public Library.
Spring floods can't put brakes on snowmobile races in Maugerville
No snow didn't stop stop snowmobile racers in Maugerville, N.B., on Saturday. But the track looked a lot different than it did just a few months ago.
Young drivers who consume cannabis at increased risk of crashing, McGill study finds
Young people who use cannabis and drive are at greater risk of being in involved in a vehicular collision even if five hours have passed since inhaling it, according to a McGill University study published Monday.
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'It kind of flips the campaign on its head'—Thousands of votes already cast in municipal election
The municipal election is still a week away, but thousands of ballots have already been cast across northern Ontario. That's because of advance polls held in several cities, but also because more and more citizens are able to vote online.
Call centre workers penalized for reducing plans, offering credits | CBC Go Public
Former Rogers, Fido and Bell call centre workers say employees are penalized if they reduce or cancel a customer's services. CBC Go Public's Erica Johnson reports.
Legal cannabis is here, it's time to answer some burning questions
Canadians put some big questions about legalized cannabis to the experts, including Minister of border security and organized crime reduction Bill Blair, president of the Canadian Medical Association Dr. Gigi Osler, and Kirk Tousaw, lawyer and consultant for Canopy Growth Corp.