Members of LGBT-Jewish organization shaken but grateful for support after an hateful attack

Members of a group that runs out of BerMax Caffé and Bistro feel violated after a hateful attack on Thursday. A woman was assaulted and the restaurant was vandalized with a swastika spray-painted inside. Host Ismaila Alfa speaks to Shawn Wipf, a co-founder of Be'TLV and server at BerMax, and Jai Siwak, director of community outreach for Be'TLV.

N.W.T. man charged after December home invasion in Whitehorse

Billy Vaneltsi, 29, was arrested in connection with a Dec. 31 break-in and attempted assault at a Porter Creek home.
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Sri Lanka bombing investigation turns to ISIS as death toll climbs

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Sri Lanka bombing investigation turns to ISIS as death toll climbs; working from home can be great, but you might want to think twice before ditching the daily commute.

New show streaming live from Summerside, P.E.I. living room

Prince Edward Island has a new show created in Summerside, but you won’t find it on Netflix or television networks.

CBC Edmonton investigation on assisted dying wins Edward R. Murrow Award

CBC Edmonton investigative reporter Jennie Russell has won a prestigious Edward R. Murrow award for her series of stories about Covenant Health's assisted-dying policy.

Mayor wants organization to revoke invitation to political activist Linda Sarsour

He hands out keys to the city but should he be able to shut the door on it? We'll hear why Mayor Brian Bowman wants the Social Planning Council to revoke an invitation to political activist Linda Sarsour. Host Ismaila Alfa speaks to Kate Kehler, the executive director of the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg.

Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada: Maple Leafs vs. Bruins Game 7

The Toronto Maple Leafs revisit their rivalry with the Boston Bruins in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada. Watch coverage with our free live stream on the CBC Sports app.

Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada: Maple Leafs vs. Bruins Game 7

Watch live on television and online as the Toronto Maple Leafs revisit their rivalry with the Boston Bruins in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night on Canada.

'Disproportionate' number of Albertans linked to extremism, study shows

Alberta appears to attract many extreme groups, with higher membership numbers than other jurisdictions.

City of Calgary finished last year with $38M surplus

The City of Calgary finished last year with an operating surplus of $38 million, finding more than $600 million in savings.

5-year-old dies after falling into pool at Pierrefonds home

Police say two brothers were among a group of children playing in a backyard when the younger boy fell into the in-ground pool. A 10-year-old, who tried to save his younger brother, is in hospital in stable condition.

Canadian women released from jail in Somaliland

Two Canadian women jailed in Somalia and facing 40 lashes have been released, according to sources.

Taxi drivers get free 'thank you' meal for getting people home safe

A safe ride home should be part of anyone's plan for a night downtown, and one St. John's business is offering a free lunch to the taxi drivers who play a key part in those rides. Between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., as well as 4:30-6 p.m. Monday, the Bier Markt on Harbour Drive handed out free bagged lunches to cab drivers as an appreciation gesture.

CBC Windsor News April 23, 2019

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CBC Montreal News April 23, 2019

The CBC Montreal News team brings you today's newsmakers and stories

SaskPower 10-megawatt solar project enters RFP stage

SaskPower is now accepting proposals for a 10-megawatt solar project it says will help meet its goal of reducing Saskatchewan's carbon footprint

A new way to watch Yukon movies

Andrew Connors of the Yukon Film Society talks about a new way to watch Yukon productions online.

CBC Igalaaq April 23, 2019

Viewers from Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are kept up to date by daily current events and news from the Inuit world

Extending code of conduct 'a piece of the puzzle' to curbing FOCO parties

Western University is looking at revising its student code of conduct to tackle misbehaviour arising from off-campus, unsanctioned events like “fake homecoming.”

Playoff Magic

It's hockey playoff season! Such an ENCHANTING time of year!

Kevin Pillar makes 'weird' return to Toronto after sudden end to Blue Jays career

Kevin Pillar wasn't sure how he'd feel stepping onto the Rogers Centre turf in a different uniform for the first time. Pillar was traded from the Blue Jays to San Francisco on April 2, ending a tenure in Toronto that began when the team drafted him in 2011.

Saint John floodwaters could exceed historic 2018 levels, warns EMO

Flooding in Saint John could be worse than last year's record floods, and some residents could become cut off by flooded roads as early as Wednesday, making it difficult for first responders to reach them, warns the local Emergency Measures Organization.

CBC New Brunswick News April 23, 2019

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Cpl. Graeme Kingdon remembers being shot in the head while investigating a break and enter

Cpl. Kingdon doesn't know if he'll ever be able to go back to active duty. He says the shooting has changed his life and the lives of his family forever.

CBC Here and Now April 23, 2019

Every day around the province the Here and Now team pull out all the stops to cover your news and weather