Why an Edmonton Salon decided to charge gender-neutral haircut prices

Jennifer Storey, the owner of Adara Hair, explains why her salon decided to become the first place in Edmonton to advertise gender-neutral pricing.

Kids go to seniors home, refugee farmers program, Regina hot sauce maker and construction site recycling

Vancouver area school goes to seniors home once a month, Newfoundland program helps new refugees practice farming, Regina woman has side hustle as a hot sauce maker and an Ottawa construction manager recycles building site debris and gives proceeds to area food bank

Fake fire hydrants, kindergarten to grade six kids and vinyl record pressing

A Kamloops man makes a fake fire hydrant in an attempt to deter dogs from pooping on his lawn and incurs the wrath of the City, Charlottetown kids were interviewed when they were in kindergarten and again when they are leaving elementary and Quebec City coffee shop owner is also going to open vinyl record pressing business.

(Live at 10:00 am ET) Men's Wheelchair Basketball on CBC: Canada vs Argentina

The Canadian Senior Men’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team will face off against Argentina from the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, Toronto, ON.

MLB war of words over Machada as league chides umpires for 'inappropriate' tweet about suspension

Major League Baseball said it was inappropriate for the umpire's union to comment on the one-game suspension levied against San Diego Padres star Manny Machado for his conduct following his ejection for arguing a called third strike Saturday at Colorado.

B.C. premier disappointed by approval of Trans Mountain expansion

John Horgan added that Ottawa has the authority to give the greenlight, and he’ll focus on making sure B.C. can protect its territory from the impact of a spill.

70 full-time positions cut after Windsor's public school board passes latest budget

The Greater Essex County District School Board has passed a balanced budget, aimed at tackling funding changes by the Ford government.

ADHD isn't just for kids. Could you have it & not know it?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder used to be just for kids. Not anymore. Could you have ADHD & not know it? Find out the telltale signs. Watch now.

Trump kicks off 2020 campaign using the same approach that worked in 2016

Donald Trump officially kicked off his re-election campaign Tuesday at a Florida rally where he exhorted thousands of rollicking supporters to keep advancing his political movement to put America's "own citizens first."

Durham police wants court to review watchdog amid misconduct investigation

The Durham Regional Police Service says it wants the court to review the actions of Ontario's police watchdog, amid an investigation into corruption and misconduct in the police service and the appointment of an administrator to oversee the force.

Tsleil-Waututh Nation to appeal Trans Mountain expansion once again

The Tsleil-Waututh Nation says it will once again appeal the approval of the Trans Mountain expansion project.

Thunderstorm warnings and watches issued for much of southern Alberta

Severe thunderstorm warnings and watches have been issued for much of southern Alberta.

This crane is helping REM workers build the new light rail more quickly and quietly

With the new $6.3 billion light rail transit system rapidly approaching, crews are using a new construction method they say is more effective — and less messy — than pouring concrete.

Cameras won't be installed in Dartmouth park where teen was killed

Halifax Regional Municipality staff say Farrell Park — where 18-year-old Chelsie Probert was stabbed to death in 2017 — is not a good location for cameras because of the layout and power upgrades that would be needed at the Dartmouth, N.S., site.

Learning to live with Arctic development

The Nenets and the Sami are two Indigenous groups native to Russia's High Arctic whose lives have been disrupted by the recent development boom in the region.

Power & Politics June 18: Liberals approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

The government has approved the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The Power Panel weighs in, along with representatives from the business community and one Indigenous community opposing the pipeline. Also, two former classmates say Conservative MP Michael Cooper made comments a decade ago deriding "goat herder cultures" during a discussion about Islam's compatibility with Canadian democracy.

Trial begins for U.S. navy SEAL accused of murdering ISIS detainee

Opening arguments began Tuesday in the trial of a U.S. navy SEAL on charges of murdering a wounded Iraqi prisoner and shooting unarmed civilians, a war crimes case that has drawn the attention of U.S. President Donald Trump.

Pregnant woman given probation for dangerous driving causing death

A woman who caused a highway crash that killed a teenage girl was sentenced to a three-year probation period instead of jail time Tuesday, because the judge didn't want her to deliver her baby in custody.

Alberta privacy commissioner shares guide on GSA disclosure

In a rare move, Alberta’s privacy commissioner has weighed in on a pending piece of legislation, providing school boards with a guide on when it’s reasonable to disclose students’ participation in gay-straight alliances.

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B.C. Premier John Horgan's opinion of pipeline remains the same

Premier John Horgan says the Trans Mountain Pipeline continues to not be in the best interest of British Columbia.

CBC Edmonton News June 18, 2019

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CBC Calgary News June 18, 2019

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New trial ordered for only person convicted in MV Sun Sea's Tamil smuggling case

B.C.'s appeal court has ordered a new trial for the only man ever convicted in a high-profile human smuggling case that saw 492 Tamil asylum seekers land off the West Coast in August 2010.

CBC Saskatchewan News June 18, 2019

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina