Proud Newfoundland dad explains what it was like to buy legal weed from his son

​At one minute past midnight on Wednesday in Newfoundland, Thomas H. Clarke sold weed to his dad.

Calgary man accused of killing girlfriend, mother and stepfather to undergo NCR assessment

The lawyer for an accused triple murderer has asked the court to order a psychiatric assessment to determine whether he was criminally responsible at the time of the killings.

50 percent of new guitarists are women: new Fender study

Guitar has long been associated mostly with male rockers, but a new study shows that times have changed.

Mysterious killing of Manitoba teen Kerrie Ann Brown explored in CBC podcast

Kerrie Brown's unsolved murder is one of the province's largest cold case files.

Legault to make Éric Girard finance minister, give immigration portfolio to Simon Jolin-Barrette

Premier-designate François Legault is turning to a trio of MNAs with experience in banking and finance to take the helm of key economic portfolios in the new Coalition Avenir Québec government.

Kerrie Ann Brown (1971-1986)

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Proud Newfoundland dad explains what it was like to buy legal weed from his son

​Art one minute past midnight Wednesday in Newfoundland, Thomas H. Clarke sold weed to his dad.

As It Happens: The Wednesday Edition

Oct. 17, 2018

'I've never had a receipt for this stuff': Sask. shoppers head to suburbs on 1st day of legal cannabis

Saskatchewan residents took their places in line to purchase some of the first legal marijuana products in the province, but not in major cities Regina or Saskatoon.

Roughrider Charleston Hughes says he's sorry, embarrassed after impaired driving charge

Saskatchewan Roughrider Charleston Hughes is facing impaired driving charges after an incident in Regina last week.

Saskatoon judge admits statements accused killer David Caissie made to undercover cops during 'Mr. Big sting'

A Saskatoon judge says that statements David Caissie made to undercover cops posing as hardened criminals can be used at his murder trial.

3 incumbent councillors opposed to LRT throw support behind Vito Sgro

One of the supporters is Terry Whitehead, who said he wants the $1-billion investment spent on other projects.

Ontario killer and rapist Paul Bernardo denied parole

Paul Bernardo was denied parole at a hearing in eastern Ontario today. It was attended by family members of some of his victims and a woman who survived an attack by the Ontario killer and rapist.

Ward 1 candidates debating at St. Clair College tonight

CBC Windsor is livestreaming the Ward 1 debate with four of five candidates at St. Clair College.

'Go back where Indians belong': St. Albert mother frightened by racist letter from neighbour

After receiving a threatening, racist letter from neighbours earlier this week, a St. Albert mother says she fears for her children's safety and will move out of her rented condo.
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Mayoral promises: What the candidates are offering Winnipeg voters

Here's what Winnipeg's eight candidates for mayor have promised to date.

What the first day of legal weed looked like in New Brunswick

Big crowds. Cheering. Snacks. Here are 15 photos of New Brunswick's first day of legal cannabis.

Kinder Morgan posts $1.35B Q3 income on Trans Mountain sale

The energy infrastructure company, which trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange but is 70 per cent owned by Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc., sold its Trans Mountain assets to Ottawa for $4.5 billion in a deal that closed Aug. 31.

Will marijuana lure tourism to Saskatchewan?

As people wait for Saskatchewan's cannabis stores to actually open their doors, some members of the business community have been talking about potential opportunities for tourism.

CBC New Brunswick News October 17, 2018

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CBC Here and Now October 17, 2018

Every day around the province the Here and Now team pull out all the stops to cover your news and weather

Female staffer seriously injured in assault at referral centre for the homeless

Police have taken a man into custody after a female staffer at an assessment and referral centre was assaulted at the facility Wednesday afternoon.

Brewers' Yelich on Machado incident: 'It's a dirty play by a dirty player'

Dodgers star Manny Machado has been fined by Major League Baseball for kicking Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar in the NL Championship Series.

Vancouver Island's marmots survived extinction. Now, inbreeding is a concern

Humans know not to marry their cousins. But the endangered Vancouver Island marmot doesn't have much choice. One Vancouver Island researcher is now looking into the potential problem of marmot inbreeding.

Tories demand Trudeau release documents in Commons

Under Conservative questioning in the House of Commons, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau repeatedly refused to comment on the request from Mark Norman's legal team that he release sensitive cabinet documents related to the case.