Liberals table a pre-election budget designed to ease Canadians' anxieties

Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled a pre-election budget today designed to calm Canadians worried about retiring with financial security, getting the skills they need to land new jobs, or being able to afford a first home.

First funerals for victims of the New Zealand mosque attack held in Christchurch

Burials are underway for the first two victims of last week's mosque shootings in New Zealand. Police there say they are working to identify most of the victims by the end of the day.

How itchy is too itchy for your dog? How to tell

While ear scratches are often appreciated by our canine friends, dogs who scratch excessively could be suffering from allergies or skin conditions. Here's what to look for.

Watson welcomes federal budget boost for municipalities

The federal budget includes a $2.2 billion surprise for Canadian municipalities facing a long list of infrastructure needs.

CBC Montreal News March 19, 2019

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Canada tied for 9th at women's curling worlds after 2 more losses

Scotland's Sophie Jackson scored one point in an extra end for a 6-5 win over Canada and American Jamie Sinclair followed with a 13-6 victory over the Calgary-based rink on Tuesday at the world women's curling championship in Silkeborg, Denmark.

City won't support bridge at Kettle Island: Watson

The federal government has set aside $57 million for the city of Ottawa in its latest budget, including plans for a sixth Ottawa River crossing. An exact location has yet to be determined.

Ottawa hoping to build affordable housing with federal budget money, mayor says

Ottawa mayor Jim Watson says the city is hoping to build more affordable housing with money from the federal budget, cutting down on the time families spend on a housing waitlist.

Curling Wrap: Chelsea Carey drops two contests at Women's Worlds

Chelsea Carey saw her record drop to 3-4 at the World Curling Championships after losses to Scotland and the USA.

Man in 60s struck near West Bend in hospital with life-threatening injuries

A man in his 60s has been rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries after being struck in Toronto's Junction neighbourhood.

Audain Prize for visual art raised to $100,000, to boost profile of B.C. artists

The prize is now on par with the Scotiabank Giller Prize for Canadian fiction or the Sobey Art Award honouring contemporary Canadian artists aged 40 or under.

The pitfalls of Montreal's spring: these potholes

The City of Montreal has 16 trucks out filling potholes full-time, and it expects to repair more than the 180,000 fixed last year, after this winter's continual cycle of freezes and thaws.

Bylaw limiting backyard bird feeders passed in St. John's

St. John's council hopes the change will help in the fight against pesky rodents.

'I don't feel safe anymore': Teen attacked at Bayshore mall

An Ottawa family is questioning how their son could be attacked in the middle of a crowded shopping mall over the weekend, and say security guards took too long to respond.

5 items in the federal budget for P.E.I.

The federal budget came down Tuesday afternoon, and it in were some specific line items that could effect Islanders directly.

Budget 2019: Highlights of Bill Morneau's fourth federal budget

Finance Minister Bill Morneau has tabled his fourth federal budget - his final one before the next election in October. Read the highlights.

B.C. Teachers' Federation elects new president

Teri Mooring, a long-time official of the union and grade school teacher, is taking over from current president Glen Hansman.

Sudbury police arrest 18 year-old after investigating social media threat directed at school

Updated: Police make an arrest There is an increased police presence at a Sudbury school after police say a threat was made over social media.

CBC Igalaaq March 19, 2019

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Picture posted on Facebook humour site gets Terra Nova man busted by police

Cape Shore Memes bills itself as a Newfoundland humour site, but a 19-year-old man convicted of having open alcohol while behind the wheel likely isn't laughing.

Dr. Dick Smith leaves big shoes to fill

A Manitoba doctor who's credited with saving lives and being a tireless advocate for the province's gay community is retiring. As CBC's Austin Grabish shows us, the Dr's impact goes back decades.

FACT CHECK: Bill Morneau's budget speech

Finance Minister Bill Morneau has delivered his fourth budget — a document that includes billions in new spending meant to tackle what he called Canadians' economic "anxieties": millennials struggling to buy homes, dislocated workers needing new skills to compete in the modern economy and seniors concerned about maintaining steady incomes in retirement. CBC News fact-checked key parts of his budget speech.

Budget fact check: Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivers his fourth federal budget

Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver his fourth federal budget Tuesday. CBC News will fact check his speech in real time.

Morneau's budget speech drowned out by shouts of 'let her speak'

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau has tabled his government's 2019 budget, getting around a threat by the Opposition Conservatives to stir up a disruption because Liberal MPs on the justice committee had shut down an investigation into the SNC-Lavalin affair.

Janet takes an ailing Gerald to the hospital where she has an unexpected run-in with an ex

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