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This is your brain on pot: How marijuana makes us high

Millions of Canadians use pot. Here's why it gives you that buzz.
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Canadians often in the dark when buying extended warranties

A new report says Canadians don’t understand extended warranties and governments must do more to protect those who buy them.
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Project Comfort aims to ease concerns ahead of temporary shelter opening in Liberty Village

A Toronto based group of volunteers is working to be a liaison between concerned residents, the city and people experiencing homelessness ahead of temporary respite centres set to open in three locations over the next two months.
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Why Ches Crosbie should be sweating those latest poll numbers

It's been more than seven months since Ches Crosbie took over the Tory reins. He has less than a year to persuade voters he should be premier.
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Two break-ins in two nights at Ottawa restaurant

Daniela Manrique, chef and owner of Soca Kitchen, says thieves did $13,000 worth of damage during break-ins in August.
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Thief bored through drywall: restaurant owner

Terry Fitzpatrick, co-owner of Petit Bill's Bistro, explains a thief's dramatic entrance to his restaurant in late November.

Timing of new NCC job 'not ideal', says Nussbaum

Tobi Nussbaum the city councillor who's stepping down to oversee the National Capital Commission only three months after being re-elected, admits the timing could be better.

Why Christmas is bad for the environment and what you can do about it

Canadians pile up more trash over holidays because they buy more stuff and a lot of it — from shiny wrapping paper to glittery cards — typically can't go in the recycling blue bin.

Project Give's 1st day raises nearly $190K for the Ottawa Food Bank

It was a day of music, good cheer and fundraising for the Ottawa Food Bank.
Point of View

Role reversal: What it's like to be a Muslim woman acting in Ottawa

When Maissa Houri grew tired of being typecast as a refugee or terrorist's sister, she decided to change the story by creating her own narrative.

Building's broken elevator getting tenants down

Residents of a 10-storey building in Sandy Hill say its only elevator has been broken since August, and a law aimed at improving elevator service in Ontario seems to have stalled, too.
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Canada quietly concludes additional auto talks with Japan

Canada and Japan have agreed to additional trade rules on motor vehicle safety and environmental standards, according to a side letter tabled in the House of Commons Tuesday. The rules take effect with the rest of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal on Dec. 30.
Weather

Saturday will warm up with a little bit of sun

We will likely see more cloud for Sunday, but still no major weather issues.

Thieves steal meat, electronics from Wellington West restaurants

Thieves who ransacked restaurants in Wellington West and made off with hundreds and thousands of dollars worth of food and electronics are still at large, Ottawa police say.

The unintended consequences of Alberta's mandatory oil production cut

One of Canada's largest oil companies is listing a series of potential pitfalls from the Alberta government's decision to impose a mandatory cut to oil production in the province.

'Oh, no. This is going to be bad': Boy's recovery from polio-like illness a long one

Rachelle Downton hoped her son Xavier, 4, would take a few steps with a walker for Christmas. That likely won't happen, and doctors say his recovery from a frightening and mysterious ailment may take much longer.
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CBC Vancouver News at 11 PM December 14, 2018

Breaking local news, the last look at top stories and a full weather forecast weeknights at 11 pm
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The National for December 14, 2018

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News
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CBC Calgary News at 11 December 14, 2018

CBC Calgary News at 11 host Shannon Scott brings you a roundup of the news and weather weeknights right after The National.
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CBC Edmonton News December 14, 2018

The stories and news makers that matter most to you weeknights after The National

Power outages across B.C. as windstorm batters South Coast, Vancouver Island

A winter storm warning is also in effect for the Coquihalla Highway and the Fraser Canyon, with up to 15 centimetres of snow and similarly strong winds.
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CBC Calgary News at 11 December 14, 2018

CBC Calgary News at 11 host Shannon Scott brings you a roundup of the news and weather weeknights right after The National.
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Game Wrap: Lillard leads Trail Blazers over Raptors

Portland defeats Toronto 128-122, Damian Lillard 24 points. Pascal Siakam leaves with injury.

CBC Vancouver News

Breaking local news, the last look at top stories and a full weather forecast weeknights at 11 pm.
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CBC Saskatchewan News December 14, 2018

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina at 11 pm