The Trouble with Uber | Finding Jennifer: The Investigation

The Trouble With Uber - Gillian Findlay reveals how Uber has come, conquered, and compromised road safety in many Canadian cities. Finding Jennifer - the second part of our investigation.

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Search for missing Skownan First Nation man turns up historical remains

St. Rose du Lac RCMP are investigating after searchers looking for a missing man near Ebb and Flow First Nation Saturday came across human remains police believe to be historical.

Daniel Benoit still fears father's return

After finding out the man who murdered his mother met a woman online, Daniel Benoit said it really reminds him of a horror movie.

CBC Learning English newscast for November 14, 2016

Newscasts are current news stories read at a slower pace than you might hear on the radio.

N.L. bus makes a prohibited turn

A bus driver in Paradise, N.L. appears to have made a prohibited left turn on a broken light stuck on red.

Cam Levins obliterates Canadian men's record in marathon debut

In his marathon debut, Cam Levins of Black Creek, B.C., stopped the clock in two hours nine minutes 25 seconds to shatter Jerome Drayton’s 43-year-old Canadian men’s record of 2:10:09 on a brisk Sunday morning at the Toronto Waterfront event.

Afghan civic engagement group hopes to get more youth to the polls

The Afghan Youth Engagement and Development Initiative is hitting social media to motivate more Toronto Afghan youth to vote in the municipal election. Executive Director Khalidha Nasiri says the community's political voice has been growing.

CBC Atlantic Tonight October 21, 2018

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Why food prices will rise in 2017 and it's good news for local farmers

Fruits and vegetables will be more expensive in 2017 according to Sylvain Charlebois, the Dean of the Faculty of Management at Dalhousie University and lead author of the Canada's Food Price Report.

Flames' Gaudreau continues hot start in win over Rangers

Johnny Gaudreau and Garnet Hathaway each scored twice and backup goalie David Rittich made 44 saves as the Calgary Flames beat the New York Rangers 4-1 on Sunday.

St. John's IceCaps Jr. Reporter asks Connor Crisp the tough questions

Seth Hyde won a contest that got him into the dressing room for a one-one-one interview

The Trouble with Uber: How it has compromised road safety

Gillian Findlay reveals how Uber has come, conquered & compromised road safety in many Canadian cities. We also ask: who's behind the wheel when you get in an Uber? Watch now.

Collaboration key for Vancouver's new mayor and council

For the past 10 years, Vancouver has been led by Mayor Gregor Robertson and his municipal party, Vision Vancouver. But last night, that unified approach changed when independent candidate Kennedy Stewart and a mish-mash of three parties took power.

Point, Lightning strike down Blackhawks

Brayden Point had a goal and two assists as the Tampa Bay Lightning doubled up the Chicago Blackhawks 6-3.

Watch the Canad Inns Women's Curling Classic

CBC Sports will offer live-streaming coverage of the Canad Inns Women's Curling Classic from Portage la Prairie, Man., continuing on Sunday with the semifinals and final.

Indigenous play described as 'artistic ceremony' staging in Saskatoon

Kamloopa is a comedic play that tells a matriarchal story of three Indigenous women who learn what it means to honour themselves and their culture.

Hurricane Willa could produce 'life-threatening storm surge' in Mexico

Hurricane Willa has strengthened into an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm in Mexico on Sunday. It has the potential to make landfall in the coming days.

'All one family': Songwriter uses music to bridge Indigenous, non-Indigenous communities

Award-winning singer-songwriter Sandra Sutter uses music to bridge the gap between her Indigenous and non-Indigenous identities.

Watch Grand Prix of Figure Skating: Skate America Gala

Watch coverage from Skate America, the first Grand Prix of Figure Skating event of the season where Canadians such as Nam Nguyen and Kevin Reynolds will be competing.

Canada earns bronze at women's rugby 7s season opener

Bianca Farella scored two tries, including a short-handed effort, as Canada defeated France 28-0 to win bronze at the HSBC Women's World Rugby Sevens Series season-opening tournament on Sunday in Glendale, Colo.

Anaheim Ducks retire Paul Kariya's No. 9

The Anaheim Ducks raised Hockey Hall of Famer Paul Kariya's number 9 to the rafters before Sunday's game against the Buffalo Sabres.

Ducks retire Hall of Famer Paul Kariya's No. 9

The Anaheim Ducks have raised Paul Kariya's No. 9 to the Honda Center rafters, honoring the high-scoring forward who became a Hall of Famer.

Man dies in hospital after alleged downtown robbery

A 57-year-old man who hit his head after a stranger punched him earlier this month in an alleged robbery died Sunday, Toronto police say.

Canada shuts out France to win bronze at Rugby 7s Glendale

Canada blanked France 28-0 to earn bronze at the season-opening World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series event in Glendale, Colorado.