Cariboo volunteer fire department receives surprise gift from Alberta truck enthusiasts
The McLeese Lake Volunteer Fire Department has a new truck in its garage, all thanks to a surprise donation from a group of generous truck enthusiasts.
Canadian Trail: January 19
Canadian Paralympian Brian McKeever was nominated for the Laureus World Sport Award, Canada scores a trio of silver medals at the Track Cycling World Cup and Mikael Kingsbury is held off the moguls podium for the first time in two years.
CBC Sports pays tribute to the late Peter Watts
Scott Russell eulogized longtime CBC Sports broadcaster Peter Watts who passed away Friday morning at the age of 68.
A case for keeping space for male and female on the growing spectrum of gender
Sky Gilbert is a gay man, uses he and him pronouns and presents as very masculine. But he says he also has a strong feminine side, all of which he's spent his career exploring through performance. He tells Piya why, still, he feels it's important to hold on to the traditional genders of male and female alongside other gender identities... and responds to recent criticism around comments he's made about gender politics and privilege.
U.S. diocese, school apologize after students mock Indigenous demonstrator
Videos circulating online show a youth standing extremely close to an elderly Native American as he chanted and played a drum. Other youths surrounded them, laughing and shouting.
Moore-Towers, Marinaro capture Canadian pairs title
Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro won gold in pairs at the Canadian figure skating championships in Saint John, New Brunswick.
Chartrand skates to women's national gold
Alaine Chartrand captured gold in women's singles at the Canadian figure skating championships in Saint John, New Brunswick.
CBC Atlantic Tonight January 19, 2019
A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador
CBC Montreal News January 19, 2019
The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories
1 dead in western Quebec house fire
One person has died in a weekend house fire in Luskville, Que., local police say
Andrew Scheer takes questions from public at Toronto town hall
Before Parliament returns from its winter break a week from Monday, Scheer and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have been criss-crossing the country meeting with Canadians and fielding questions on a diverse range of topics.
CBC Saturday News January 19, 2019
Developing stories in the Ottawa and Greater Toronto regions
Atlantic News Update
News Update from CBC Halifax
Blue Jays' Sanchez expects to be 'fully healthy' by spring training
After surgery ended his season in September, Blue Jays right-hander Aaron Sanchez believes his finger troubles are finally over.
Federal Liberals announce Richard T. Lee as replacement candidate for Burnaby South
The Liberal Party of Canada will run Richard T. Lee, a longtime MLA, as their candidate for Burnaby South in the federal byelection. The announcement comes days after the Liberal's first candidate, Karen Wang, quit over comments she posted on social media about NDP leader and candidate Jagmeet Singh.
Medals in a Minute: Canada's silver success
Canadians collected 3 silver medals at the track cycling World Cup in New Zealand and Marielle Thompson skied to silver at the women's ski cross World Cup stop in Sweden.
Snow squalls, freezing weather ahead for London area
Get ready for snow squalls and even colder temperatures on Sunday, with poor visibility and difficult driving conditions for the London area.
Hockey Night in Canada: Watch live
The Philadelphia Flyers play the Canadiens in Montreal. Later, it's an all-Alberta match as the Oilers host the Calgary Flames in Edmonton.
UCP probe clears Calgary candidate of allegations from nomination race
The United Conservative party has cleared Calgary-East candidate Peter Singh of allegations of fraud and bribery in his nomination race, saying there is no proof to support the accusations.
Ottawa News Update
News Update from CBC Ottawa
Blue Jays prospect Vlad Guerrero Jr. goes from hitting balls to throwing stones
Vlad Guerrero Jr. wants to be the best player he can when he steps onto the baseball field each day. Turns out that dedication translates to the ice, too. Guerrero tried his hand at curling earlier this week with some of his minor-league teammates at the Leaside Curling Club in Toronto.
Manitoba News Update
News Update from CBC Winnipeg
Svend Robinson officially nominated as NDP candidate for Burnaby North-Seymour
Former MP Svend Robinson officially re-entered politics after a 13-year hiatus Saturday morning when he was nominated as the candidate for Burnaby North-Seymour.
Bundle up, Toronto. It's going to feel like –35 tonight — and even colder tomorrow
Environment Canada has issued an extreme cold warning for Toronto and surrounding areas as windchill values are expected to approach –35 at times over the weekend.
RCMP DOC ACCUSED OF SEX ASSAULTS
RCMP 'OVERLOOKED' COMPLAINTS OF SEX ASSAULTS DURING EXAM, RECRUITS ALLEGE