Why an Edmonton Salon decided to charge gender-neutral haircut prices

Jennifer Storey, the owner of Adara Hair, explains why her salon decided to become the first place in Edmonton to advertise gender-neutral pricing.

Kids go to seniors home, refugee farmers program, Regina hot sauce maker and construction site recycling

Vancouver area school goes to seniors home once a month, Newfoundland program helps new refugees practice farming, Regina woman has side hustle as a hot sauce maker and an Ottawa construction manager recycles building site debris and gives proceeds to area food bank

Fake fire hydrants, kindergarten to grade six kids and vinyl record pressing

A Kamloops man makes a fake fire hydrant in an attempt to deter dogs from pooping on his lawn and incurs the wrath of the City, Charlottetown kids were interviewed when they were in kindergarten and again when they are leaving elementary and Quebec City coffee shop owner is also going to open vinyl record pressing business.

(Live at 10:00 am ET) Men's Wheelchair Basketball on CBC: Canada vs Argentina

The Canadian Senior Men’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team will face off against Argentina from the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, Toronto, ON.

Trudeau cabinet approves Trans Mountain expansion project

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet have again approved the Trans Mountain expansion project, a crucial next step for the much-delayed pipeline project designed to carry nearly a million barrels of oil from Alberta’s oilpatch to the B.C. coast.

Mi'kmaw runner from P.E.I. to be inducted in Maritime hall of fame

William John Paul, the accepted champion long-distance runner of the Maritimes in the 1930s, will be inducted into the Maritime Sport Hall of Fame Wednesday.

New, more consumer-oriented telecommunications policy now in effect

The final version of a new Liberal telecommunications policy, in effect as of Tuesday, takes steps to address industry concerns while maintaining a more consumer-oriented direction than the 2006 policy it replaces.

Durham police wants court to review watchdog amid misconduct investigation

The Durham Regional Police Service says it wants the court to review the actions of Ontario's police watchdog, amid an investigation into corruption and misconduct in the police service and the appointment of an administrator to oversee the force.
Canada 2017

'I Know You're Sorry:' one Anishinaabe MC and poet's response to all of Canada's apologies

Warning: this video and the text of the poem below contain explicit language.
Canada 2017

How cycling from coast to coast — again — has refreshed my view of Canada

'So much feels different. I suspect a lot of it has to do with my own shifting perspectives.'

Indigenous grad rate highest ever in B.C. but education gaps remain

70% of Indigenous students achieved Grade 12 graduation in 2017-18 compared to 86% of non-Indigenous students.
CBC Arts

Watch a miniature Canada come to life — one tiny building, tree and Tim Hortons at a time

These astonishingly detailed scenes are currently being built for the project Our Home & Miniature Land.

Major overhaul of Transit Windsor routes proposed as part of master plan

Transit Windsor is about three-quarters of the way through a one-year plan to revamp public transit in Windsor and the surrounding areas. 

RTG to hand over LRT to city in August, mayor says

Rideau Transit Group is now telling the City of Ottawa they'll hand over the Confederation Line in the second or third week of August, according to Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson.

Tax levies, subsidies could pay for high-risk flood insurance, report says

After a summer of devastating flooding, Public Safety Canada will consider a proposal to place levies on municipal taxes as a way to provide high-risk insurance to homeowners who aren’t eligible and can’t afford it.

CBC Compass June 18, 2019

PEI News at 6 with regional, national and international stories.

Jagmeet Singh responds to Liberals' TMX decision LIVE

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh speaks to reporters in Ottawa following the Liberal cabinet's announcement on the TMX pipeline expansion project.

Boy, 3, dies after falling off tractor near Fort Macleod

A three-year-old boy has died after falling off a tractor and being run over in a farming accident in southwestern Alberta.

Gordon Stuckless's sentence extended to 10 years in Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse case

The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse scandal has had his sentence extended to 10 years after the Ontario Court of Appeal deemed his earlier sentence "demonstrably unfit."

CBC Nova Scotia News June 18, 2019

The only daily TV news package to focus on Nova Scotians and their stories

Americans arrested for bomb threat and defamatory post get bail in St. John's

Two American women were granted bail Tuesday in St. John's after allegedly making bomb threats and publishing defamatory statements on Twitter.

Watson says LRT expected to be ready in September

After meeting with Alstom and Rideau Transit Group (RTG) officials, Mayor Jim Watson says residents can now expect to be riding the LRT in September. RTG CEO Peter Lauch says the group is being cautious about giving a specific date because of previous delays.

Ontario Line dubbed 'Mystery Line' as province plans to submit business case by end of June

The province's proposed 15-kilometre line is likely only at two per cent design work, councillors heard from city staff on Tuesday. But even as concerns about delays and unknowns grow, the Ministry of Transportation aims to submit a business case by the end of the month.

3 men accused in shootings at Raptors celebration ID'd by police

Police have released the names of three men who were arrested in connection with the shootings at Monday's celebration of the Toronto Raptors' NBA Championship.

Nova Scotia's first mental health walk-in clinic offers immediate help

The North End Community Health Centre in Halifax is hoping to alleviate long waits for mental health treatment by offering a weekly walk-in clinic for those who need immediate care.