Morning of snow, freezing rain to be followedy by 'dramatic change in the weather'

Toronto's thawing out from a days-long deep freeze, but snow and freezing rain are likely to make for a messy morning commute on Wednesday.

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Wednesday

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Wednesday, January 23

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Copper infused toilet seats help cut bacterial infections in hospital

An old hospital in Collingwood, Ont. is getting a high tech solution to a killer of a problem: bacterial infection. Copper infused toilet seats and ultra violet light are being installed. Testing in the emergency department found a significant decrease in hospital-acquired infection rates.

Weather leads to 3rd day of school bus cancellations this week

The overnight weather and forecast have led to the third straight day of school bus cancellations in the Ottawa area.

Can Donald Trump get his border wall?

U.S. President Donald Trump has been fighting to build a barrier along the southern border with Mexico — a battle that has plunged the federal government into the longest shutdown in the nation's history. How did we get to this point, and how might it end? CBC explains.

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Clarenville picks up White Hills bills after sour year on the slopes

Clarenville's town council has spent more than $300,000 in the past two years to cover maintenance costs, lift upgrades, and unpaid bills at White Hills Resort.

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With 4 generations in the workplace, employers expected to juggle vastly different expectations

For the first time in modern history, there are four generations in the workforce — baby boomers, generation X, millennials and the first of generation Z. That poses a challenge for managers who must bridge the gap.

Ahead of fresh protests, Venezuela's opposition urges military to rise up against President Maduro

Opposition leaders are urging Venezuela's powerful armed forces to withdraw their support for embattled President Nicolas Maduro. And they are taking their campaign abroad by lobbying foreign governments to cut diplomatic and economic ties with Caracas.

Canada's chronic shortage of legal cannabis expected to drag out for years

Canada's shortage of pot is now expected to drag on for years. New production is coming online, but ever more cannabis will be diverted to the nascent edibles industry.

1.6 million Canadian banking records shared with IRS

The Canadian government has shared more than 1.6 million Canadian banking records with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service since the start of a controversial information sharing agreement in 2014, CBC News has learned.

Los Angeles teachers head back to school after reaching deal

Tens of thousands of Los Angeles teachers planned to return to work Wednesday after voting to ratify a deal between their union and school officials, ending a six-day strike in the nation's second-largest district.

Councillor says city should sue port authority over American Iron and Metal

Coun. Donna Reardon says it is time for the city to direct its frustration with American Iron and Metal toward the Saint John Port Authority.

P.E.I. health-care unions fight vaccinate or mask policy

Unions that represent health-care staff on P.E.I. have filed a grievance with Health PEI over the new flu shot policy.

Faced with 3-month wait in N.S., mom flying son to Italy for urgent medical care

A woman who lives in Hammonds Plains says she's so desperate for her son to start urgent medical treatment, she's going to take him to Italy instead of waiting to see a specialist at the IWK children's hospital in Halifax.

Mystery D-Day soldier featured on silver coin identified as Nova Scotia man

The Royal Canadian Mint has uncovered the identity of the soldier who inspired its new silver dollar coin that commemorates the sacrifice of Canadian soldiers on D-Day.

Baker Lake holds suicide prevention meetings, after 3 deaths in a month

Health Department officials arrived in Baker Lake Sunday and are staying until Wednesday. The meetings are set to develop priorities for moving forward following three suicides since late-December. They’ve met with local hamlet officials, RCMP, students, teachers, as well as men’s and women’s groups.

4 years into city's poverty reduction strategy, some say it's on track — others believe it's 'not working'

Four years and $q60 million into the city's poverty reduction strategy, Mayor John Tory aims to stay the course — but others say the 20-year plan hasn't changed the reality for marginalized Toronto residents.

Woodlot owners look to Lahey report as 'road, not roadblock' to prosperity

There is a growing sentiment in the forestry industry that employing the recommendations of the Lahey report will lead to new opportunities and better forests.

Why some French-speaking non-binary people don't seek treatment in their language

The use of gender in the French language is intertwined — so much so that some French-speaking gender non-binary people in Windsor-Essex feel uncomfortable accessing services in their first language, forcing them to seek services in English instead.