Former B.C. premier hired for Manitoba Hydro review faces sex assault allegation: U.K. report
A former British Columbia premier hired to review cost overruns with Manitoba Hydro megaprojects is being investigated by Scotland Yard for an alleged sexual assault related to his stint as Canadian High Commissioner in London, according to U.K.-based publication The Telegraph.
(Live at 1:45 pm ET) 2019 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships: Biathlon - Middle Distance
Biathlon, middle distance World Para Nordic Skiing Championships at the Nordic Centre, Prince George, Canada.
U.K. report says former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell under investigation for alleged assault
A British newspaper is reporting that Former B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell is being investigated by Scotland Yard for an alleged sexual assault while he was Canada's High Commissioner to the U.K.
Minimum wage going up in Newfoundland and Labrador on April 1
Workers in Newfoundland and Labrador making the minimum wage will have an extra quarter added to each hour on their paycheques. The minimum wage will increase from $11.15 to $11.40 on April 1. The minimum wage for overtime work will go to $17.10.
Jeff Burke auditions to be a TTC busker in 2004
Musician is hoping his stolen bassoon, which he is seen here playing in a CBC interview, will be found.
Ottawa, provinces commit to addressing abuse in sports
Kirsty Duncan, Canada's minister of science and sport, says the federal government, along with each province and territory, has signed a declaration to tackle and prevent harassment, abuse and discrimination in sport.
CBC Igalaaq February 15, 2019
Viewers from Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are kept up to date by daily current events and news from the Inuit world
Richard Oland's killer was 'perfect target' for blood spatter, expert testifies
Richard Oland's killer was a "perfect target" for blood spatter, a bloodstain pattern expert testified Friday at Dennis Oland's murder retrial.
Feb. 15: New details on SNC-Lavalin controversy
The Prime Minister offered more details today about conversations he had with former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould; the Power Panel weighs in. Plus, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on his province's fight with Ottawa over the carbon tax.
Health officials confirm measles outbreak in Vancouver after 9th case identified
Health officials in Vancouver say the city is facing an outbreak of measles with nine cases of the disease confirmed.
Minister Duncan: 'My number one priority is the health and safety of my athletes'
Minister Kirsty Duncan discusses her efforts to eliminate abuse in sport.
Grocery store roof collapses in Lévis
Part of a Metro grocery store's roof collapsed in Lévis Friday and at least two people are injured, according to Radio-Canada.
Minister Duncan: 'When our athletes have the courage to come forward, we have to listen'
The Minister of Science and Sport talks about the response needed from sports organizations.
Hockey Night in Canada: Watch Live
Auston Matthews heads home to Arizona as the Maple Leafs battle the Coyotes. And Elias Pettersson & the Vancouver Canucks take on Erik Karlsson & the San Jose Sharks. Watch now.
Minister Duncan: 'This is a longstanding, not talked about issue in sport'
Minister of Sport and Science Kirsty Duncan discusses her desire to eliminate abuse in sport.
Who is your chosen family?
This episode of Now or Never looks at why we create chosen families, how they survive now or never moments, and how they sustain us.
Alberta missionaries stranded by unrest in Haiti to be evacuated by helicopter Saturday
A group of missionaries from Alberta who are stranded in Haiti by violent protests are now scheduled to begin departing from the country early Saturday morning at their own expense.
How music helps rehab patients learn how to move again
Research has revealed that music therapy can improve motor skills in patients with neurological disorder.
(Live at 9:00 pm ET) Freestyle Skiing World Cup on CBC: Ski Halfpipe - Calgary
Freestyle Ski Halfpipe from the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.
Power & Politics Feb. 15: PM offers new details on SNC-Lavalin controversy
Trudeau shares new information on his meetings with the former justice minister before Jody Wilson-Raybould resigned. Plus: Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on his next steps in his carbon tax court battle, Sarnia mayor Mike Bradley on the importance of SNC-Lavalin to his community, and Trump declares a national emergency to get his border wall built.
Analyzing Amber Alerts and Civic Responsibility
Judith Taylor, a sociology professor at the University of Toronto, discusses the civic responsibility of amber alerts following the death of 11 year-old Riya Rajkumar.
Diana Athill: looking back at a remarkable literary life and career
Writers & Company looks back at the amazing life and career of editor and memoirist Diana Athill. She died on Jan. 23, 2019, at the age of 101.
This is Indian Relay: North America's original extreme sport
In Indian Relay, jockeys bareback gallop their horses around a track, jumping off one and onto another in a chaotic melee at “the exchange”. Simply finishing a race demands masterful skill and courage. Watch now.
2 arrested in connection to alleged hate attack on Empire actor Jussie Smollett
The investigation into black actor Jussie Smollett's account of being beaten in a racist, anti-gay attack took a sharp turn Friday when police announced the arrest of two black men they believe assaulted the Empire cast member.
Police identify victim in fatal Rexdale shooting
Police have identified a man shot dead outside an apartment complex in Rexdale late Wednesday night.