Avengers: Endgame — Not the end, but a fitting farewell

Avengers: Endgame begins in a dark place, but gives fans what they want by revisiting past Marvel moments in a new light.

Edmonton police investigate murder of 20-year-old man

Police are investigating the murder of a 20-year-old man whose body was found near Vegreville, Alta. after a significant amount of his blood was found in Edmonton.

Manitoba News Update

News Update from CBC Winnipeg

As It Happens: Tuesday Edition

April 23, 2019

$768M US Powerball winner, 24, feared he had 'ticket everybody wants'

A 24-year-old Wisconsin man has stepped forward to claim a $768-million US Powerball prize. The young man said he "felt lucky" the day he bought his tickets, but after learning about his win, he was worried people wanted to steal his ticket.

Edmonton News at 6

Veteran journalist Nancy Carlson takes the helm of CBC Edmonton's supper hour show, reporting weekdays on breaking news and current events in Alberta's capital city.

Premier Scott Moe tells Trudeau Sask. farmers 'need an answer' on cash advances for canola

Premier Scott Moe is pressuring the federal government to enact proposed changes that would make it easier for canola  farmers affected by Canada's trade dispute with China to get cash advances. 

'You can't impeach,' Trump says. Don't expect Democrats to try to prove him wrong.

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report detailing questionable conduct by President Donald Trump and his 2016 presidential campaign could form a blueprint for impeachment, but pursuing that political process could also backfire on Democrats.

April 23, 2019/How do you make your blended family work?

Author Rebecca Eckler joins us to talk about her new book "Blissfully Blended B******t: The Uncomfortable Truth of Blending Families."

Lawyers argue Canada's prostitution laws violate sex workers' Charter rights

Canada's prostitution laws are based on ideology and the flawed belief that sex work is inherently exploitative and harmful, lawyers challenging the laws' constitutionality argued in a Kitchener, Ont., court on Tuesday. 

Righteous indignation

Sri Lanka: Cardinal, Chicago Superbug, Swinging Record, Kate Smith Statue, Josh Underhay Obit, Feature: Toronto Attack Anniversary and more.

Erica Dee Mah reintroduces herself

Erica Dee Mah wanted to be an active part of the Yukon music scene when she moved to the territory a few years ago, but life got in the way. She's reintroducing herself with a show at the North of Ordinary Experience Centre this week.

Time for a digital spring cleaning

We all have subscriptions to a digital service or three, and tech columnist Ramona Pringle says doing a cleanup of those digital services should be part of your spring routine.

Toronto police arrest 2, seek 1 in long-term care home thefts

Toronto police say they've arrested two men and laid 50 charges in an alleged string of thefts from long-term care homes in the city.

Match Wrap: Canada edges Sweden to stay perfect at mixed doubles worlds

Canada's Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant beat Sweden 7-6, improve to 5-0 at the world mixed doubles curling championship.

Kim Jong-un to meet with Vladimir Putin Thursday: Kremlin

A Kremlin adviser says that President Vladimir Putin will meet the North Korean leader in Russia's Far East on Thursday.

Toronto News Update

News Update from CBC Toronto

CBC Winnipeg News April 23, 2019

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CBC Ottawa News April 23, 2019

Watch our local supper-hour newscast for a comprehensive look at the day's top stories in Ottawa

CBC Toronto News April 23, 2019

CBC Toronto News team delivers more breaking news, live reports and ground-breaking stories that reflect our vibrant city

74-unit affordable rental complex to be built in downtown Calgary

A new apartment building to house the homeless, or people at risk of becoming homeless, will open in downtown Calgary next fall.

'It's very sad': Flames devour United Church in Pacquet

People in the Baie Verte Peninsula community of Pacquet woke early Tuesday morning to their church on fire.

CBC Northbeat April 23, 2019

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

CBC Calgary News April 23, 2019

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta

P.E.I. votes and Premier Moe presses Trudeau for federal aid

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on the canola crisis and what he needs from the federal government. Ontario NDP MPP Bhutila Karpoche weighs in on the Ford government's budget cuts to public health and legal aid. The Power Panel digs into election day in P.E.I.