Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Final - St Louis at Boston - Game 1
Watch the live stream of Hockey Night in Canada playoffs as the St. Louis Blues visit the Boston Bruins at 8:00 p.m. ET.
St. Clair grads denied work permits with inconsistent evaluation guidelines
International students at St. Clair College have been caught in red tape over work permit requirements changing suddenly.
MLA seeks answers for 18 people still homeless after Hay River highrise fire
It has been more than two months since the highrise in Hay River, N.W.T., caught on fire, displacing around 150 people.
Winnipeg hip-hop crew fights to hang on to Canadian dance championship title
Azrael "Angel" Advincula, along with 29 partners of his Winnipeg dance group L.I.V.E., will fight to reclaim the title of Canada's best hip-hop dance crew in June at the national championships for Hip Hop International, which produces competitions it bills as "the largest and most respected in the world."
Unwanted ink no longer for life says owner of new Sudbury tattoo removal business
Blackout tattoo removal is a new business in Sudbury that uses laser technology to fade and remove unwanted tattoos.
Red River student crafts video game-inspired chest for ceremonial hides
First-year student Nolan West and classmate Trevor Mager poured more than 100 hours into building a 'boss chest' worthy of the two ceremonial bison and bear hides kept at Red River College.
Young artist creates 700 characters as she makes way in digital art world
Eighteen-year-old Ren Peters has been creating digital art for five years and hopes to make it her career. Her mother says she's a role model for Indigenous youth.
From cannabis to baby teeth: What this P.E.I. company puts into its rings
From cannabis to ashes to crushed baby teeth: A P.E.I. company puts almost anything you can imagine into its personalized rings.
Peguis threatens eviction, banishment to anyone caught using or dealing drugs in First Nation housing
Peguis First Nation has issued a warning: if you're caught dealing drugs, you'll be evicted, and could be banished from the First Nation altogether.
Prospect of Winnipeg Transit strike rises as union poised to reject 'final' contract offer
The potential for a Winnipeg Transit strike is rising as the union representing bus drivers and mechanics is poised to reject what the city describes as a final contract offer.
36-bed women's shelter in Saskatoon closed, funding shortfalls blamed
More homeless women and their children will have to stay in hotels after a 36-bed women’s shelter closed in Saskatoon, according to the executive director of an organization dedicated to reducing homelessness in the city.
Sydney can weather loss of Russian cruise ships, says port official
The Russian government cancelled leases on two cruise ships based in Canada, and that decision will have a small effect on port operations in Sydney, N.S.
4-week-old puppy reunites with Chatham family after ruff rescue
A chihuahua puppy named Snowflake had a rough time Friday morning after a risky fall through cement blocks behind a Chatham home.
Windsor News Update
News Update from CBC Windsor
Fiat Chrysler proposes merger with French carmaker Renault
Fiat Chrysler is proposing a merger with French carmaker Renault aimed at saving billions of dollars for both companies.
QEH Eastlink Telethon raises more than $640K for new CT scanner
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown will now be able to buy a new CT scanner after the QEH Eastlink Telethon over the weekend.
Europe at crossroads as far right makes big gains in vote
Europeans woke Monday to a new political reality after European Parliament elections ended the domination of the EU's main centre-right and centre-left parties and revealed a changed political landscape where the far-right, pro-business groups and environmentalists will be forces to be reckoned with.
Toronto News Update
News Update from CBC Toronto
Montreal News Update
News Update from CBC Montreal
Man shot in attempt to stop robbery in Saint-Michel restaurant
Montreal police say the man was taken to hospital with serious injuries to his upper body, but is now "in a more stable state."
Newfoundland News Update
News Update from CBC St John's
Enjoy today's sunshine, the rest of the week's looking gloomy
A sunny Monday afternoon might be the last long break in the clouds in Ottawa this month.
French police arrest suspect over Lyon bomb blast
French police have arrested a 24-year old man suspected of being behind last week's bomb blast in the central city of Lyon that injured 13 people.
Industrial companies still grappling with legalized cannabis
The oilpatch has worked hard to get a handle on substance abuse for several years and the legalization of recreational cannabis presents another challenge for companies dealing with the often thorny issue of drug testing. Imperfect testing and unsafe working conditions are among the problems businesses face with cannabis in the workplace.
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday, May 27, 2019.