Arkells perform and talk about their new album Rally Cry

Canadian band Arkells perform and talk about their new album Rally Cry.

Supermodel Karlie Kloss weds Jared Kushner's brother

Supermodel Karlie Kloss has married businessman Joshua Kushner, the younger brother of Jared Kushner, who is U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law.

Where to watch, read and listen to CBC B.C.'s election coverage

Here's where — and how — you can tune in.

'(It's) the way to go': Brian Mulroney explains his about-face on cannabis

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney — whose government once introduced legislation continuing to classify marijuana in the same category as heroin — has not only become a born-again weed evangelical, but now says Canada is poised to influence the rest of the world to join the cannabis bandwagon.

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(Live at 8:30 am ET) World Curling Tour: Paf Women's Masters on CBC - Wrana (SWE) v Sundberg (SWE)

From the Vianor Curlingcenter in Eckerö of Åland Islands, Finland

'Debit card' could change the way we spend money

A 1988 experiment with debit cards by one big bank in one small city could be a sign of things to come.

DJ Blackcat drops a musical gateway to Toronto's ballroom scene

In the q gateway, DJ Blackcat gives us his guide to the music of Toronto's ballroom scene.

Cyclist dies of injuries after being hit by vehicle, driver not at fault: police

A Hamilton cyclists has died of his injuries after he was struck from behind by a motor vehicle, but the police say the driver is not at fault.

Université Laval investigating reports of date rape drug being given to students

Université Laval in Quebec City is investigating at least nine cases of medical students believed to have been given the date-rape drug GHB against their knowledge and consent.

Astaldi told to stop work, but employees remain on the job at Muskrat Falls for now

Astaldi workers told CBC News on Friday they have not been laid off.

Bulgarian suspect says he 'slapped' journalist later found dead but 'cannot remember everything'

A Bulgarian man said on Friday he "slapped" Viktoria Marinova but he doesn't remember everything that happened with the television journalist, whose death drew international condemnation partly because it initially appeared that it could have been politically motivated.

The urgent search for undiagnosed HIV among Halifax's most vulnerable

The number of HIV cases in Nova Scotia is continuing to rise this year, in particular among injection drug users in Halifax. Street health nurses are hoping to reach people suspected of being infected, while the province is now paying for an HIV prevention drug for low-income residents. But an infectious diseases specialist is calling for even more action.

Arkells - Hand Me Downs | LIVE

Arkells perform their song Hand Me Downs LIVE in the q studio.

'Dead heat' in mayoral race between Fred Eisenberger and Vito Sgro: Forum poll

A new Forum Research poll says Hamilton's mayoral race is a "dead heat" with incumbent Fred Eisenberger holding a mere one-per cent lead over challenger Vito Sgro.

'She's way out of her league': Steel exec slams Freeland's handling of tariff fight

A prominent Canadian steel executive told MPs this week that Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland​'s "ego" is getting in the way of ending American tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum.

Friday, October 19, 2018: Arkells, DJ Black Cat, Michael Antonakos and Melissanthi Mahut, and more

Today on q: Performance and interview with Arkells, DJ Black Cat on the Toronto ballroom community, actors Michael Antonakos and Melissanthi Mahut, and more.

Arkells - Relentless | LIVE

Arkells perform their song Relentless LIVE in the q studio.

Turkey hasn't shared Khashoggi audio with U.S., minister says

Turkey's foreign minister says his country has not shared any audio recordings from Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance with U.S. officials. Mevlut Cavusoglu told reporters that Turkey would share "with the world" the results of its investigation.

Up In Smoke Special: The Dragons are set to cash in on cannabis

From a grow-your-own-weed kit to teas to stress-relief edibles, the Den is lit up by growing businesses hoping to win over the Dragons. Watch now.

Jennifer Keesmaat talks plans for Toronto's future on Metro Morning

With only days before the city heads to the polls, Jennifer Keesmaat will be on Metro Morning Friday to make her case why she should be elected as mayor.

Medical cannabis user in a tight spot following recreational legalization

While some celebrate the legalization of cannabis, one medical user in Regina says provincial regulations now make it harder for him to medicate.

To build or not to build: the one election issue in play across Metro Vancouver

When the region's 2.5 million people choose their mayors and councillors on Saturday, there won't be just one list of candidates. But there will be one overriding issue.

News details released on fatal plane crash near Fort Simpson

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says the Cessna 206 lost control and collided with Little Doctor Lake on touchdown.

High-ranking officer accuses Edmonton police chief of deceit

A formal complaint has been made to the Edmonton Police Commission about outgoing police chief Rod Knecht. A police superintendent alleges Knecht made "false and misleading" statements to an LGBTQ liaison committee about the 2013 cancellation of a police reception held during pride week.