Ottawa-Gatineau tornado damage in photos

Hydro poles snapped into pieces, trees crushed homes and debris from flattened homes spread throughout neighbourhood. Here's the aftermath of a storm and tornado, as captured by residents.

Canadian NHL roundup: Tavares scores 1st goal on home ice as Leafs top Sabres

John Tavares scored his first two goals on home ice with the Maple Leafs as Toronto defeated the Buffalo Sabres 5-3 in pre-season play on Friday night.

19-year-old faces multiple charges following Sask. Amber Alert, child abduction

A 19-year-old man from North Battleford is facing a raft of charges after a girl's overnight disappearance sparked an Amber Alert and search last Sunday.
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They're 14, Muslim & trying to fit in for the 1st time at a non-Islamic school

Being a teenager is hard. For these kids, there’s the added fear of being singled out or targeted – as they find their place in a world that seems to be turning against them. Watch now.

Crown pursues mandatory minimum sentences for 2 men convicted of pimping-related crimes

Tamim Albashir and Kasra Mohsenipour were convicted of 17 charges in February, including human trafficking.

CBC Northbeat September 21, 2018

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At Issue: NAFTA talks 'tense, slow', plus the impact of MP Leona Alleslev's move

At Issue: NAFTA talks 'tense, slow', plus the impact of MP Leona Alleslev's move

Lido Pimienta's Polaris win broke barriers — but her fight against white supremacy roars on

We join her in Colombia as she works on her new album in the premiere episode of In the Making.
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Tracking the fraudsters behind one of the biggest scams in Canadian history — those fake CRA phone calls

Tracking the fraudsters behind one of the biggest scams in Canadian history — those fake CRA phone calls
CBC Investigates

RCMP and privacy commissioner investigate alleged NCIX breach

B.C.'s privacy commissioner is investigating an alleged privacy breach involving the bankrupt computer retailer NCIX.

Thousands without power as strong winds batter the GTA

High winds have caused power outages and downed trees across the GTA as a cold front moves through the area.

Thousands of homes lose power amid high winds, thunderstorms in Quebec

A major storm passing through Quebec is causing heavy rain and power outages across the province.

Trapped train workers probably couldn't send distress signal: rail expert

Trapped in the wreckage of a derailed train in northern Manitoba, two rail workers likely had no way to call for help, a transportation safety expert says.

'Where do they get their math from': SGEU calls out Crown executives for pay increases

Unions in Saskatchewan are calling out the government for for Crown executives getting pay raises while asking public sector employees to take a pay cut.

Raising of historic Haida pole comes with apology from B.C. premier

A ceremony on Friday to raise the historic Haida totem pole at Peace Arch Provincial Park aims to right a wrong for three B.C. First Nations.

Police apprehend suspects after shots fired from car in Ahuntsic-Cartierville

Police are looking for a suspect who fled the scene after multiple gunshots were fired out of a car on Friday afternoon.

Authorities are out to catch the #BlueberryBandit red handed

It's one of the biggest produce heists in Canadian history. After a truckload of blueberries worth $100K is stolen from a transport yard, the owner fights to keep his business alive. Watch now.

Mixed reality software takes viewers inside Giant Mine cleanup

The federal government has teamed up with BGC Engineering to produce a 3D tour that takes people 600 metres underground the former gold mine site.

Regina Park(ing) Day puts a creative spin on city streets

Park(ing) Day in Regina, part of a worldwide annual event that aims to generate discussion on the use of public space, featured installations along Hamilton Street, Eighth Avenue and 11th Avenue.

Curtis Healy found guilty of 1st-degree murder in rape and beating death of Dawns Baptiste

About a dozen of Dawns Baptiste's family members were in the courtroom when the verdict was read out and many began crying, including her brother. WARNING: Details in this story are graphic.

Tornado tears through Ottawa-Gatineau

A tornado tore through parts of Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., on Friday, seriously injuring at least two people, flattening buildings and knocking out power for tens of thousands.

Sixth-graders in a nursing home — an unlikely but 'life-changing' school year

For 25 Grade 6 students in Saskatoon, school happens in a nursing home — all year long. Talk about a different kind of education. David Gutnick's documentary is called "The School of Real Life."
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Rise of the Superstorms: are monster hurricanes the new normal?

In 2017, three huge hurricanes destroyed Houston, Barbuda & Puerto Rico. Each one surpassed records & all three caught forecasters by surprise. Watch now.

Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu doesn't miss a beat, leads Autumn Classic after short program

Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu seized the lead with a fluid skate in the men's short program on Friday at the Autumn Classic International.