Unique lunar eclipse thrills onlookers with vibrant red moon
The eclipse, which has been called a "super wolf blood moon" has only happened three times in the past two centuries.
CBC News Alberta January 20, 2019
The latest Alberta news and weather on Saturday at 11:30 p.m. and Sunday at 11 p.m.
Match Wrap: Zverev crumbles as Raonic advances at Aussie Open
Milos Raonic ran over Alexander Zverev in surprising fashion 6-1, 6-1, 7(7)-6(5) to move on to the Aussie Open quarter-finals.
CBC Vancouver News
All the top stories from the week plus breaking news and weather for the weekend.
China population rises 15.23 million in 2018, but rate slows
China's population rose by 15.23 million people in 2018, marking a continued decrease in the growth rate of the world's most populous nation.
Watch world para alpine skiing World Cup in Slovenia
Watch the world's best para alpine skiers in action at a World Cup event in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.
Hurricanes overwhelm Oilers as Niederreiter nets a pair
Nino Niederreiter and Lucas Wallmark each had a pair of goals and Andrei Svechnikov had a goal and two assists as the Carolina Hurricanes scored early and cruised to a 7-4 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday.
Raonic powers past Zverev to reach Australian Open quarters
Canada's Milos Raonic need just under two hours to defeat Alexander Zverev of Germany 6-1, 6-1, 7-6 (5) to reach the quarter-finals of the Australian Open.
Nino Niederreiter strikes early in Hurricanes offensive explosion
Nino Niederreiter scored just 28 seconds into action for his first as a Hurricane to pace his team to a 7-4 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
Mysterious poisoning of bald eagles on Vancouver Island worries advocates
The Raptor Rescue Society says so far 12 eagles have been discovered either dead or disoriented around North Cowhican B.C.. Those still alive are being treated at a local animal hospital, while the society wants people who see other affected eagles to contact them.
Toronto News Update
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Victor Dwyer, David Johnston -- The Full Episode
The Next Chapter columnist Victory Dwyer finds a Canadian companion to Sally Kohn's Opposite of Hate, Musician Jayli Wolf from the electronic music band Once A Tree reveals which book she's reading right now and former Governor General David Johnston on Trust: Twenty Ways to Build A Better Country, and more.
DOG EARED: Tom Rachman on why he loves George Orwell's essays
Author Tom Rachman on why he loves reading and re-reading A Collection of Essays by George Orwell.
BEDSIDE BOOKS: Once A Tree's Jayli Wolf
Jayli Wolf from the Canadian electronic music dance band Once A Tree loves reading Jayli Wolf The Voice of Knowledge by Don Miguel Ruiz and Janet Mills.
RIFF: David Kingston Yeh on A Boy At the Edge of the World
David Kingston Yeh on his debut novel, A Boy At the Edge of the World.
Victor Dwyer: If You Like Sally Kohn's Opposite of Hate... You'll love...
The Next Chapter Columnist, Victor Dwyer finds a Canadian companion to Sally Kohn's Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing our Humanity.
David Johnston on Trust: Twenty Ways to Build A Better Country
Former Governor General, David Johnston on his latest novel Trust: Twenty Ways to Build A Better Country.
RIFF: Sarah Raughley on Legacy of Light
Sarah Raughley on the last instalment of her Effigies series called Legacy of Light.
Donna Bailey Nurse remembers Nancy Richler
The Next Chapter columnist Donna Bailey Nurse remembers two of Nancy Richler's novels.
Lunar eclipse comes with supermoon bonus
On Sunday night, the moon, Earth and sun lined up to create the eclipse, which was visible throughout North and South America, where skies were clear.
'If you don't ask, then you won't know': family doctors guided on care for transgender teens
Health of people who are transgender, a community that sees high rates of depression, focus of Canadian medical journal's special issue.
The National for January 20, 2019
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CBC Montreal News January 20, 2019
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Leafs wilt at home as Coyotes pounce in 3rd
Vinnie Hinostroza scored the winner in the third period as the Arizona Coyotes defeated the slumping Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 on Sunday night.