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Program puts pets first but don't tell that to this senior and her volunteer

Chloé Jackson is a volunteer in the pet assist program run by the Calgary Seniors' Resource Society. She was paired with a 98-year-old retired nurse who benefits from a little help now and again. So Jackson helps keep the litter boxes shipshape and she puts bird feed in the bird feeders.

At Saint-Laurent mosque, different faiths gather in the name of peace

People of different faiths gathered at a Saint-Laurent mosque to show support and solidarity after the terrorist attack in New Zealand. News of the stabbing of a priest at Saint Joseph's Oratory was not far from anyone's thoughts.
March Madness

No. 13 UC Irvine shocks Kansas State for 1st-ever tournament win

Evan Leonard hit back-to-back 3-pointers to start a run of 12 straight points in the second half that sent No. 13 seed UC Irvine to a 70-64 victory over fourth-seeded Kansas State.

Canada's Andreescu into 3rd round in Miami after tidy win over Kenin

Canada's Bianca Andreescu has exacted revenge on one of the three women to beat her in the 2019 season, while Milos Raonic didn't have to hit a shot as both advanced to the third round of the Miami Open on Friday.

Collision between cyclist, 98, and driver, 83, in Abbotsford leaves cyclist in hospital

A 98-year-old male cyclist is in hospital after colliding with a car driven by an 83-year-old woman.

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships: Martin/Griffith vs. Just/Kalthoff

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships from Fredericton, NB.

Trump's tweet reversing North Korea sanctions stumps U.S. Treasury officials

U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he had reversed his administration's decision to slap new sanctions on North Korea — a move that left officials at the Treasury Department and observers across Washington scratching their heads.

March 22: China stops buying Canadian canola seeds, Mueller concludes Russia probe

Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau and former Canadian ambassador to China Guy Saint-Jacques discuss China's move to stop buying Canadian canola seeds. The Washington Post's Aaron Blake on the conclusion of Mueller's Russia probe.

Prairie farmers in limbo with China halting canola purchases, says Alberta farming chair

Farmers are in a bind since Chinese importers announced today they will no longer buy canola seed from Canada said John Guelly, the chair of the Alberta Canola Producers Commission.

CBC Edmonton News March 22, 2019

Stories that matter and analysis to make sense of what's happening

CBC Calgary News March 22, 2019

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta

CBC Saskatchewan News March 22, 2019

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina

Robert Mueller's report on Russia probe delivered to U.S. attorney general

Special counsel Robert Mueller turns over his long-awaited final report on the contentious Russia investigation that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump's presidency.

Ham it up: Edmonton zoo opening new urban farm

The Edmonton Valley Zoo is opening its doors to its upgraded urban farm on Saturday. It features Juliana pigs (miniature pigs), chickens, ponies, goats and baby doll sheep.

CBC Northbeat March 22, 2019

Every weeknight, we take the pulse of the North and reflect its diversity

Match Wrap: Auger-Aliassime dominates 3rd set, advances in Miami

Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime beat Marton Fucsovics 6-4, 4-6, 6-0 in the second round of the Miami Open on Friday.

Fairview Mall briefly evacuated after man robbed of $27K-watch, hit with bear spray

Fairview Mall was briefly evacuated Friday when a man was allegedly sprayed robbed of his $27000 Breitling watch and hit with bear spray in the process.

'I almost cried. That was my pride and joy': Stolen Bentley captured going the wrong way on the Coquihalla

A Bentley stolen from Langley was captured on a dashcam going the wrong way on the Coquihalla Highway Thursday. The car was chased by RCMP in Merritt and Kelowna.

When Airbnb goes wrong: Investigating the most common complaints about the home sharing service

When Airbnb goes wrong: Investigating the most common complaints about the home sharing service

ACAP Saint John celebrates changes to city's waterways on World Water Day

ACAP Saint John is celebrating World Water Day and hopes the theme of this year's international observance, Water for All, will help inspire more positive changes in the city's relationship with its bodies of water.

After decades, Van Gogh painting in U.S. museum finally authenticated as real deal

A painting at a Connecticut museum that has long been thought to be by Vincent Van Gogh is authenticated as such by Dutch researchers.

Avalanche Warriors

Go behind the scenes with the avalanche technicians who keep drivers travelling through mountain passes safe.

Brock blames 'reckless' tweet for spreading false information about shooter on campus

Police say three male students in their twenties were injured in the incident. Investigators are still searching for two suspects.

Buckle up: Meet Canadians who are becoming better drivers

Getting behind the wheel is something most of us do every day - but how safe are we, really?