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Watch Canada's Sports Hall of Fame officially induct 2018 class
Watch live today at 10 a.m. ET as Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame introduces the class of 2018 from Toronto. The class consists of eight inductees — six athletes and two builders.
6 ways to do takeout — without the waste
Takeout is a great way to skip cooking and the dishes. But it often comes with a side of guilt about all the waste.
Racism a barrier to prenatal health care, midwives say
Canadian midwives say they have an important role to play in improving prenatal care for Indigenous women and newcomers to Canada.
The Weather Station, Alan Doyle and more: music from today's episode
A list of music from today's episode.
Jael Richardson's book pick: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
Book contributor Jael Richardson shares her latest book obsession.
Whitecaps remain outside of post-season picture after loss to SKC
The Vancouver Whitecaps' playoff hopes dimmed further Wednesday night as the team posted a 4-1 loss to Sporting Kansas City.
Marvel superheroes meet special Olympic heroes at FirstOntario Centre
Special Olympics athletes in Hamilton went through a morning of intense superhero training today at FirstOntario Centre.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould announces changes to Canada's bestiality laws
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould announces changes to Canada's animal cruelty and bestiality laws.
Controversial call, great catch boost Red Sox to 3-1 ALCS lead over Astros
Boosted by a questionable fan interference call and Andrew Benintendi's diving catch with the bases loaded for the final out, Boston held off the Houston Astros 8-6 Wednesday to take a 3-1 lead in the AL Championship Series.
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Trudeau government adopts new rules to ban asbestos
New regulations designed to ban asbestos will go into effect by the end of this year, however an analysis of the final rules introduced Wednesday reveal they have been watered down from what the federal government originally proposed.
Indonesia drops disinfectant on disaster-ravaged neighbourhoods
Helicopters are dropping disinfectant on neighbourhoods in the earthquake- and tsunami-stricken city of Palu to reduce disease risks from the thousands of victims believed buried in obliterated communities, Indonesia's disaster agency said Thursday.
Environment minister announcement on asbestos LIVE
Catherine McKenna news conference in Ottawa
The Early Edition
Vancouver Morning Show
The planet's future seemed grim even 35 years ago
A 1983 E.P.A. report said the Earth's atmosphere was warming up -- and there wasn't much to be done about it.
Calgary women say private fertility treatment plagued by frustration and delays
Several Calgary women are raising concerns about the care they received at a private fertility clinic that has been without a full-time doctor since it opened more than a year ago.
Watch the 2018 World Curling Tour: Paf Women's Masters
Watch live coverage from the 2018 World Curling Tour: Paf Women's Masters in Finland.
Priced too high? Shoppers balk at marijuana price tag
Cannabis sales were brisk around New Brunswick on the first day of legalized retailing, despite prices in the province on many products that appeared to be the highest in Canada.
Thursday, October 18, 2018: Chilly Gonzales, Lisa Gabriele and more
Today on q: Chilly Gonzales performs and talks new record, Wu-Tang origin story, novelist Lisa Gabriele and more.
Canadian novelist Lisa Gabriele on why she added a modern twist to a classic with her book The Winters
Lisa Gabriele dropped by the q studio to talk about her new novel The Winters.
Chilly Gonzales on getting to the heart of the piano on his new record
Chilly Gonzales dropped by the q studio to perform and talk about his new record Solo Piano III.
Warm, flaky, melt-in-your-mouth treats: it's Pastry Week!
This week, the remaining six bakers revel in Pastry Week & the opportunity to showcase their creativity. Watch now.
Murder charge laid in death of South Glengarry, Ont., woman
A man has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 26-year-old woman from South Glengarry, Ont.
Tracking bots in the lead-up to the U.S. midterms | Dispatch
Various sites, apps and dashboards have been created to track everything from fake accounts to hashtag hijacking in the lead-up to the U.S. midterms. In this dispatch from Wilkes-Barre, Penn., Steven D'Souza looks at the role social media and fake news will play in this November’s elections, and meet the people being tasked with tackling the problem.
Bargain price oil: How long will it last?
The Western Canadian oil industry is losing at least $100 million every day, according to an analyst's estimate.
'I think I've done what I said I would do': John Tory defends his record as Toronto's mayor
John Tory defended his record as Toronto's mayor on Thursday, saying he has followed through on key commitments while admitting that not all areas of the city have flourished equally under his leadership.