Former Winnipeg pediatrician found not guilty of incest, indecent assault
Victor Chernick has been found not guilty of charges of incest, indecent assault, buggery and two counts of gross indecency.
Orchard Park band's emotional rendition of Hallelujah wins $5K prize in CBC challenge
The band at Orchard Park Secondary School is more than a club, it's a special place where students have become like family. On Tuesday they won the high school instrumental category of CBC's Canadian Music Class Challenge.
A thrifty and glamorous NYE party plan to welcome 2019
From the decor to the photo wall and even your party outfit - ALB’s got you covered.
Tilray stock jumps on collaboration agreement with Sandoz
Tilray Inc. shares jumped Tuesday after the B.C.-based company took another step to strengthen its medical marijuana business outside Canada through a new collaboration with Novartis pharmaceutical group's Sandoz AG.
Naturopaths can't suggest they're 'medically trained,' New Brunswick judge rules
Naturopaths who describe themselves as "medically trained" or as "practising family medicine" may mislead the public, Justice Hugh McLellan ruled Tuesday.
International group steers clear of Francophonie Games cost controversy
After a week and a half of silence on the controversy around the skyrocketing costs of the 2021 Francophonie Games in Moncton-Dieppe, the international association overseeing the games, the OIF, responded to media.
Raptors coach Nick Nurse fined $15K US for criticizing officials
Toronto Raptors head coach, Nick Nurse was fined US$15,000 by the NBA on Tuesday after comments he made to the media following the Raptors' 95-86 loss in Denver on Sunday.
Lobsters 'value their own lives': PETA campaigns in N.S. against eating seafood
On Tuesday, PETA announced it had placed three ads in bus shelters in Halifax and Dartmouth with the message, 'I'm ME, Not MEAT. See the Individual. Go Vegan.'
Special Programming — Down at the Lake
CBC NL will feature some special programming to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Royal St. John’s Regatta.
Notley says Alberta needs more help than what Ottawa announced today
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley spoke to reporters in Calgary Tuesday
If you get Bob Cole in your stocking, does that mean you were good or bad?
We know what Bob Cole is doing after retirement.
Television star and director Penny Marshall dead at 75
Penny Marshall television actress and film director has passed away at the age of 75. In front of the camera, she was most well known for her work on Laverne & Shirley and also her work as a director on League of Their Own and Big. Marshall's publicist says the star died from complications of diabetes.
Solberg: Alberta's oil patch unable to 'attract a nickel of investment,' despite federal cash promise
Monte Solberg, former Conservative cabinet minister from Alberta, says the federal funding for the province's energy sector is a bait-and-switch operation from the government because the investment is geared towards clean energy programs instead of creating opportunity for people within the oil patch. Solberg spoke with CBC News Network's Andrew Nichols from Calgary.
3 taken to hospital after west Regina house fire
A lunchtime house fire in west Regina sent one man and two children to hospital on Tuesday.
Wine Notes: It's a great time to get into wine
Wine Notes: How to order wine at a restaurant
'It is a shame': Women's employment project ends after 33 years in Sydney
The Ann Terry Project has ended after 33 years of helping women in Sydney, N.S., find work, with one organizer blaming a partnership with a provincial employment agency for the sudden shutdown.
Owner pleads guilty to inadequate care after bleeding dog euthanized
William Sheldon Wheatley, 63, is slated to be sentenced Thursday under P.E.I.'s Animal Welfare Act. The incident took place in May 2017.
A woman tries to live her life while a stalker pursues her for over a decade; and a former U.S. Navy sailor is haunted by the memory of a woman he killed when he discovers a song has been written about her death.
Meet Eleanor Collins — Canada's first lady of jazz
Eleanor Collins' trajectory as a singer and entertainer defied the odds. Before the Nat King Cole TV show aired in the U.S., Collins became Canada's first woman, and North America's first person of colour, to have their own nationally broadcast television show.
Ottawa offers $1.6B backstop for energy sector as political tensions with Alberta fester
The federal government is promising more than $1.6 billion — most of it in loans — to support the ailing energy sector, but it's unlikely to snuff heightened political tension between Ottawa and Alberta.
Big food, big feels
The holidays can be joyful, but they can also be tough — especially for those who've lost family members. And when those family members helmed the food side of the proceedings, it hits you right in the gut. On this week's episode, two stories of daughters picking up the pieces in the kitchen.
P.E.I. investors better protected under new legislation, says regulator
Amendments to P.E.I.'s Securities Act provide the full toolkit that's needed to protect investors, says the regulator that oversees investment dealers in Canada.
'We need to keep watching': Meet Montreal's new inspector general
Brigitte Bishop took on the role in an interim capacity in July, and was officially given the job Monday.
Your Tips On Keeping Your Car From Getting Stolen
We ask callers on tips that they use to prevent their cars from getting stolen. We also ask callers about their stolen car stories. We also speak to representatives from CAA and the Insurance Bureau Of Canada.