Blueberry growers look for silver lining in poor season
Some blueberry growers on P.E.I. have seen their crops severely affected by cold weather in June, but those that escaped the frost are hoping prices, which have nosedived in recent years, will improve.
Here's what's open and closed Monday as tornado cleanup continues
Here's what you need to know in the first full weekday after Friday's tornadoes in Ottawa and Gatineau.
Future of combat sports in Fredericton uncertain, says promoter
Boxer and promoter Brandon Brewer is hoping he can work out a deal with the City of Fredericton and UNB so that he can once again host combat sport events in Fredericton.
Study in N.L. hopes to shed new light on world's oldest profession
Sex workers from both rural and urban communities are sharing their stories through photographs and words.
Power restored for thousands of Ottawans overnight
Hydro Ottawa crews managed to restore power to thousands of customers overnight — as of 5:30 a.m. Monday, only about 3,500 customers remained without power in the Nepean area.
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Safety for Thunder Bay city staff part of council discussion
City councillors in Thunder Bay, Ont., will have safety on their minds Monday night, as council discusses the 2017 safety report.
The Clarenville Farm and Market is growing like a weed
An average of 1,500 people are turning out each Saturday for the Clarenville Farm and Market.
300 new words added to official Scrabble players' dictionary
Scrabble players, time to rethink your game because 300 new words are coming your way, including some long-awaited gems, including "OK" and "ew."
Election day: New Brunswick heads to the polls
As New Brunswick goes to the polls Monday, the Brian Gallant Liberals are aiming to be the first government to receive a second term since the Bernard Lord Tories in 2003.
Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday
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Wild at Heart ready to release rescued snapping turtles
A group of approximately 25 snapping turtles is being released back into its habitat, the founder of animal refuge Wild at Heart says.
Three families forced out after Outremont fire
Three families were forced out of their homes in Outremont after a fire caused heavy damage. The fire was believed to have started in ceiling and been caused by electrical problem. Four children and four adults lived in the apartments that were destroyed. No one was injured.
Rosemont merchants make the shift to biodegradable straws
The Masson Street merchants association is trying to encourage businesses to be more eco-friendly.
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London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday, September 24
NAFTA talks likely on side at UN General Assembly saysTrudeau says
Informal NAFTA talks are 'very likely' to happen on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, says Prime Minister Trudeau. Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer are expected in New York on Monday and Tuesday as the annual meeting gets underway.
Northern Ontario First Nations, federal NDP leader, renew calls for national suicide prevention strategy
Canada needs a national initiative aimed at preventing suicides, say Indigenous leaders representing dozens of First Nations across northern Ontario.
How a Silly Old Man's Squash can reawaken taste for traditional Indigenous foods
When the CBC was given a large Gete-Okosomin squash as a gift from a community gardener, we asked Indigenous elder Audrey Logan to share her knowledge and help prepare it for a community feast.
Volunteer group cleaning up dirty needles around Sudbury
A group of volunteers in Sudbury has been regularly visiting areas known to have used needles or other drug paraphernalia lying about. Greater Sudbury Allies formed about three weeks ago, after one of the members found a pile of used, dirty needles at a local playground.
Stealing to sell, not to eat: Pilfered meats, cheeses being resold, Winnipeg grocery store owners say
Munther Zeid, owner and manager of Winnipeg's Food Fare chain, says he thought he had shoplifting under control. But two years ago it started amping up again.
Iqaluit woman gets 45 days in jail for stealing carvings from late-businessman's home
An Iqaluit woman was sentenced to 45 days in jail today for stealing thousands of dollars worth of carvings and some beer during a break and enter in July 2017.
19-year-old charged following Sask. Amber Alert makes 1st court appearance
A 19-year-old man from North Battleford will appear in court Monday in relation to the disappearance of a young girl which prompted an Amber Alert earlier this month.