Turkey hasn't shared Khashoggi audio with U.S., minister says

Turkey's foreign minister says his country has not shared any audio recordings from Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance with U.S. officials. The state-run Anadolu Agency also quoted a minister as saying that Turkey would share "with the world" the results of its investigation.

Moncton doctor seeks to standardize concussion treatment

Dr. Jeff Pike is part of an informal group that’s working to standardize sports-related concussion management in Moncton.

Ottawa police looking to nab high drivers

Ottawa police have increased their RIDE program to look for impaired drivers since cannabis legalization has taken effect.

(Live at 6:00 am ET) World Curling Tour: Men's Masters Champéry on CBC - Retornaz vs De Cruz

From the Palladium de Champéry in Champéry, Switzerland

The latest jokes, brand-new music, and very old frights on tap this weekend

As Winnipeg gears up for Halloween, there's laughs, music — and yes, some spookery — on tap this weekend.

1 more day for advance voting in Winnipeg

If you want to beat the lines on election day in Winnipeg, Friday is your last day to vote in advance.

Fear and loathing at city hall: Fact-checking Bowman's claims about old-school politics

Brian Bowman has attempted to portray Jenny Motkaluk as the second coming of Sam Katz. She has proven vulnerable to these attacks, partly because of happenstance and partly because of her own actions.

Jennifer Keesmaat talks plans for Toronto's future on Metro Morning

With only days before the city heads to the polls, Jennifer Keesmaat will be on Metro Morning Friday to make her case why she should be elected as mayor.

High-dose flu shots to be offered in P.E.I. long-term care facilities

High-dose flu shots are being offered to people in long-term and community care in P.E.I. for the first time this year.

Sudbury seniors find warmth, companionship on annual shopping trip

Tammy Carré and Bill Sykes examine their winter clothing haul, as they wait in line for the cash at Giant Tiger in New Sudbury. Sykes is one of more than 50 seniors who participated in this year’s Keeping Seniors Warm event.

Ministry seeks input on education reform, sex ed curriculum

The ministry of education is inviting northwestern Ontario residents to have their say as it reviews the province's education system, including the new sexual education curriculum.

Unlicensed medical pot dispensaries the wildcard in new cannabis landscape

Unlicensed medical marijuana dispensaries are in the spotlight after no recreational pot stores opened in Saskatoon on legalization day.

Musicians mourn closure of the Windsor Beer Exchange

Arms Bumanlag finds out why the bar meant so much to the music scene.

Cannabis delivery service struggles to keep pace with demand

Pineapple Express conducts deliveries for Delta 9 Cannabis and the hectic pace of business hadn’t let up on the second day of legalization.

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Mississauga principal charged after $30K allegedly disappears from school's coffers

A principal has been charged after tens of thousands of dollars allegedly went missing from an elementary school's coffers, according to Peel police.

Musicians mourn closure of the Windsor Beer Exchange

After a five-year run in the city's core, the Windsor Beer Exchange has announced plans to close the doors for good sometime next month. The venue was a popular place for local musicians to perform original sets. The downtown venue will close the doors for good in November.

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday, October 19
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Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Oct. 19

Follow live traffic updates during Ottawa Morning from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and All In A Day from 3 to 6 p.m.

Afghanistan delays vote in Kandahar after officials killed

Saturday's parliamentary election in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar will be delayed by a week after the assassination of one of the country's most powerful security chiefs dealt a stunning blow to the Western-backed government.

'She's way out of her league': Steel exec slams Freeland's handling of tariff fight

A prominent Canadian steel executive told MPs this week that Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland​'s "ego" is getting in the way of ending American tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum.

Above average temperatures warm up Friday

Temperatures should rise well into the mid-teens today, above normal for this time of year.

Urgent calls to Morneau to boost deduction for capital investments

A committee of MPs is calling on the finance minister to boost the deduction for capital investments in the next budget to make Canada more competitive after huge corporate tax cuts in the U.S. Business groups already have called on Bill Morneau to act this year.

Deficit to loom larger with shift in Ottawa's bookkeeping

The deficit and debt numbers in the federal government’s Annual Financial Report being released today will be higher than projected because of a significant accounting change Ottawa is making, meant to guarantee future pension obligations to public servants, including RCMP and military personnel.

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