Liberals taking new approach for First Nations on-reserve education funding
Starting in April, the federal government will take a new approach it says will mean a more predictable base of money for First Nations elementary and secondary schools.
Lethbridge senior scammed out of $250K over 10 months
Police in Lethbridge, Alta., are warning people after an 81-year-old woman lost $250,000 to scammers over a ten-month period.
Pallister slams Quebec premier for 'old style of brokerage politics'
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says his counterpart in Quebec is returning to "old style of brokerage politics" by presenting a list of demands to Ottawa.
Deciem founder Brandon Truaxe dead at 40
Brandon Truaxe, the founder of Canadian skin care company Deciem, has died.
Deep into January & the scenics keep coming: Our latest audience photo gallery
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'Watch out for the newspaper': Residents upset over frozen flyers caught in snowblowers
Some New Brunswick residents take huge issue with flyers landing in their driveways — especially ones that get eaten up by their snowblowers after a storm.
U.S. Senator Kamala Harris launches her Presidential bid
U.S. Democratic Senator Kamala Harris says she'll be running for President in the 2020 election. Tal Kopan, Washington Correspondent for the San Francisco Chronicle joins CBC News Network's Aarti Pole on what her campaign may bring.
Police track stolen cruiser in South Calgary
The Calgary police helicopter is in the air, tracking a cruiser that was stolen from the South Calgary neighbourhood.
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Collision closes eastbound Hwy 401 near Tilbury
The Ontario Provincial Police have closed Hwy 401 by Tilbury.
'It's never been this bad': Security guard expects to be put on hold every time he calls 911
A Toronto security guard who has worked in the field for more than two decades is speaking out against the wait times he's experienced recently calling 911, saying he now expects to be put on hold no matter what emergency he's facing.
OPP charge two men with assault in Ware Township
Ontario Provincial Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., say two men have been arrested and charged with aggravated assault after an incident that sent another man to hospital on Wednesday morning.
'CPR all the way down the mountain': Sun Peaks has new way to save lives
Providing CPR to a patient while sliding down a ski hill in an emergency toboggan is no easy task — but, thanks to community donations, Sun Peaks ski resort now has a new way of saving lives.
Late Blue Jay Halladay likely first-ballot Hall of Famer Tuesday
Former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Roy Halladay, who died in a plane crash at age 40 in 2017, appears to be a lock to enter the national baseball shrine in Cooperstown, N.Y., in his first year on the ballot. Results will be announced Tuesday night.
The economic landscape and the 2019 Alberta election
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Nephew who survived deadly crash says Robert Major was on the phone, driving 'quite fast'
The trial of a man charged with dangerous driving and criminal negligence entered its fifth day Monday, with the accused's nephew testifying about what remembered of the drive before the crash with a semi-trailer.
Ola Volo's 'deep attachment to ink' and how New York City inspired her to use more colour
"It was so inspirational, I didn't even realize it was happening."
Colombian ELN rebels claim responsibility for last week's deadly car bomb
Colombia's ELN rebel group on Monday claimed responsibility for last week's car bomb attack against a police academy that killed 21 as a legitimate act of war and urged President Ivan Duque to return to the negotiating table.
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P.E.I. Humane Society to develop new safety-video training with WCB grant
The P.E.I. Humane Society is looking to develop new safety-video training for staff and volunteers with funds from a recent Workers Compensation Board grant the organization received.
Speaker expected to reveal details about B.C. Legislature suspensions
Nearly two months to the day after two senior officials were suspended and paraded out of the B.C. Legislature, House Speaker Darryl Plecas is expected to give information about what led to the decision to put the men on indefinite leave in the first place.
York police arrest robbery suspect after restaurant owner rams getaway car
Police have arrested a man wanted in connection with a restaurant robbery in Markham, Ont. on the weekend after the owner of an all-day breakfast eatery rammed the getaway car.
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Dr Goldman column: youth and cannabis
What's the best way to control the public health risks of legal marijuana? House doctor Brian Goldman says a new set of guidelines may help.