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Energy lifeline or pipeline?
Natural Resources Min. Amarjeet Sohi on the feds' $1.6B for the energy sector. Plus: 2018's top five political moves and misses, and former U.S. ambassador to China Gary Locke.
Ottawa offers $1.6B backstop for energy sector as political tensions with Alberta fester
The federal government is promising more than $1.6 billion — most of it in loans — to support the ailing energy sector, but it's unlikely to snuff heightened political tension between Ottawa and Alberta.
Full Episode for Dec. 18, 2018 - As It Happens
Impaired driving changes, Salvadoran freed, San Francisco house demolition, Russian election influence, Encore: butt dial lawsuit, Uighur investigation, Deep brain stimulation, Bookstore showrooming, and more...
Experiment designed by Edmonton students to be tested on space station
An experiment designed by five Grade 9 girls at David Thomas King School will be tested next spring at the International Space Station.
Police helicopter video shows alleged 'street racers' in Pickering and high-speed pursuit
Police have released a video of suspected "street racers" in Pickering, Ont., that led officers on a high-speed chase and resulted in a 24-year-old man being charged with dangerous driving over the weekend.
Pedestrian with life-threatening injuries after east Windsor collision
A pedestrian has been taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries after an east Windsor collision.
Gary Locke on the Huawei arrest, China's retaliation and national security concerns
Former U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke joined Power & Politics Tuesday to discuss the state of Canada-China-U.S. relations in the wake of the Canadian arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou and the subsequent Chinese detention of two Canadians.
Students learn about Indigenous people by stepping into a giant map
Grade 5 students at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Elementary School in Windsor are learning about Indigenous people by stepping into a giant floor map.
Toronto News Update
News Update from CBC Toronto
Trump administration moves to ban bump stocks
The Trump administration moved Tuesday to officially ban bump stocks, which allow semi-automatic weapons to fire rapidly like automatic firearms, and has made them illegal to possess beginning in late March.
Melnyk didn't want to pay for new arena, Trinity claims
Trinity Development and its founder John Ruddy are countersuing Eugene Melnyk and his sports company for $1 billion, effectively killing any chance of the two ever redeveloping LeBreton Flats or building a new downtown hockey arena.
Convicted cocaine trafficker was not a key part of Yellowknife drug ring, N.W.T. judge rules
A convicted drug dealer from Yellowknife was not selling enough cocaine to warrant being labelled a "commercial trafficker" and instead sold drugs to feed her own addiction, an N.W.T. Supreme Court judge ruled.
Vice-Admiral Norman's pre-trial hearing hears of possible efforts to withhold records
A pre-trial hearing for a top Canadian Navy officer accused of leaking cabinet secrets heard dramatic claims today about possible manipulation of the access-to-information system within the Department of National Defence.
CBC Toronto News December 18, 2018
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CBC Ottawa News December 18, 2018
Watch our local supper-hour newscast for a comprehensive look at the day's top stories in Ottawa
Southern Alberta man gets 3 years for death of girlfriend's infant son
A southern Alberta man who was responsible for killing his girlfriend's baby has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Saskatchewan News Update
News Update from CBC Regina
Housing, DME receivership, party support: P.E.I. NDP Leader Joe Byrne reflects on 2018
The New Democratic Party of P.E.I. may not have any elected MLAs, but leader Joe Byrne has kept a close eye on the legislature.
How do you see future St. John's? Urban planners weigh in on city bonus for builders
Two urban planners give their input on waived development fees for certain existing neighbourhoods in the city.
Manitoba News Update
News Update from CBC Winnipeg
Crossing the border illegally into Canada was the only option left for me
Seeking asylum in the U.S was not an option — not after President Donald Trump's anti-immigrant policies and rhetoric. So I made my way to Canada. This was not an easy decision by any means.
Class action lawsuit says Calgary airport misrepresents improvement fee spending
A class action lawsuit has been filed against the Calgary Airport Authority for allegedly giving a portion of its airport improvement fees to airlines and spending on improvements at a smaller, nearby airport, without notifying flyers what their fees are being used for.
Rusty the therapy dog gets a portrait
Rusty, the beloved therapy dog who volunteers at the St. Boniface Hospital in Winnipeg, has a portrait honouring him hanging in the hospital.
Alberta Grammy Winner Shawn Everett is up for two more Grammys
A sound engineer from Alberta who has already won three Grammy awards...is up for two more in 2019. Shawn Everett mixed Kacey Musgraves's album " Golden Hour ". The album has been nominated for Album of the Year and Best Country Album. He's originally from Bragg Creek and now lives in L.A.