The Mars Room

Rachel Kushner's novel explores the danger and absurdity of a women's correctional facility.

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday

London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday, September 20

Immigration is the 'elephant in the room' this provincial election campaign

While economist Richard Saillant calls the silence around immigration "deafening" in this election campaign, Moncton is ramping up its efforts to attract and keep newcomers.

Canadian author Esi Edugyan shortlisted for 2018 Man Booker Prize for novel Washington Black

The £50,000 UK award (approx. $86,990 Cdn) is given annually to the best work of fiction written in English.

Daybreak Montreal

Daybreak Montreal Simulcast Edition

Metro Morning with Matt Galloway

Live streaming simulcast of CBC Radio's Metro Morning with Matt Galloway

Ottawa Morning Show

Ottawa Morning Show

Windsor Morning Show

Windsor Morning Show

Election Day 29: Where the party leaders will be on Thursday

With just days left in the provincial election campaign, Liberal Leader Brian Gallant is expected to release his party's platform, while other party leaders are scheduled to continue canvassing and making announcements.

Northern Ranger crew docking for good in December

At the end of this season, the Northern Ranger's crew will be on dry land indefinitely. A new ferry services contract did not preserve their jobs.

Police identify man, 19, shot to death in Scarborough

Toronto police have identified a man shot to death in Scarborough on Tuesday night.

House fire breaks out in Saint John's north end

Firefighters in Saint John are battling a house fire in the north end of Saint John early Thursday morning.

36 blasts recorded at American Iron & Metal site in 18 months

Records from New Brunswick's Department of Environment and Local Government show just how routine explosions are at American Iron and Metal's Saint John recycling facility.

Hundreds of faulty pipeline parts could expand or break

The National Energy Board has found hundreds of parts currently being used on major oil and gas pipelines are not as strong as previously thought and could expand or break if put under enough pressure.

'I missed you so much': The short, tragic life of Alysha Paul

'Don't ever go away again,' Laurie Paul begged her daughter. Hours later, Alysha was dead.

Leaving Venezuela: How Colombia is shouldering a migration crisis

The economic disaster in Venezuela has forced many people to try their luck by heading west - to Colombia.

How Trump's trade war could see U.S. lobster industry use Canada as conduit to China

China slapped a 25 per cent tariff on U.S. lobster in July — effectively closing the fastest-growing market in the world to Maine's lobster industry. Some experts say Maine lobster may be coming into Canada and then being sent onwards to China.

Infrastructure Bank tapped Ottawa for millions in new funding - with only one project on its plate

The Canada Infrastructure Bank has asked the federal government for millions of dollars in operational expenses over the past year — even though it has only announced one project so far.

Anger after London guard calls himself 'babysitter' of 'socially inept' on social media

An Ontario correctional officer who works at the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre, a jail with one of the highest rates of inmate deaths in Canada, has triggered a wave of anger. That's after he described his job as a 'babysitter of criminal delinquents and socially inept adults' on social media.

'Heart of a lion': Injured Broncos player returns to Saskatchewan with the York Lions men's team

Kaleb Dahlgren, one of the players injured in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, heads to Saskatchewan with the York Lions men's hockey team to honour the legacy of a former York player and Broncos assistant coach.

Saputi fishing vessel now fully Inuit-owned

The Qikiqtaaluk Corporation now has full ownership of the fishing vessel Saputi after striking a deal Tuesday to purchase the other 49 per cent from Nataaqnaq Fisheries.

How zebrafish are changing the way doctors treat Maritime children with cancer

Dr. Jason Berman transplants bone marrow biopsies from his patients at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax into the zebrafish at his lab at Dalhousie University.

Hilton Hotels 'not participating' in Kingsway Entertainment District

A spokesperson with Hilton Hotels says the chain is not currently involved in plans to be a partner in Sudbury’s Kingsway Entertainment District.

Rich investors granted Canadian residency despite fake documents and dubious assets, ex-officials say

Some rich foreigners seeking Canadian residency under a special Quebec program for wealthy investors couldn't point to the province on a map while others submitted fake documents or disguised their assets — yet many of them were still accepted for immigration, former civil servants say.

Akwesasne Mohawk council puts settlement of 130-year-old land grievance to a vote

The Kanien'kehá:ka community of Akwesasne will decide whether or not to accept a $240 million settlement offer from Canada by a referendum, with voting beginning next month.