P.E.I.'s Charlie DesRoches excited to represent Canada at world U-17 hockey tournament
P.E.I.'s Charlie DesRoches has been selected to play for Canada at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.
Why 6-4 city council split 'fuels some people's cynicism'
The perception of a 6-4 vote around the Windsor city council may change Monday night with one open council seat and a few other close races.
City of Greater Sudbury hoping for boost in voter turnout on municipal election day
City of Greater Sudbury residents can vote from anywhere through a computer or mobile device with internet access this municipal election. City clerk and solicitor Eric Labelle notes there will also be 23 official voting locations set up across the city on Monday.
Ignored by teachers, some trans youth must turn to porn for sex-ed
The Nova Scotia Department of Education acknowledges some teachers don't know how to answer LGBTQ questions. Says one student: 'I never learned that sex could be beautiful because I had to learn off of Pornhub.'
It's election day in London; what you need to know to vote and follow results
Tune in to CBC Radio One or visit the CBC London website and app page for updates on election night on Mon. Oct. 22.
School councils left scrambling after Ontario Parent Outreach grants put on 'pause'
Schools and parents are left scrambling after a provincial grant aimed at increasing diversity on Ontario school councils has been abruptly cancelled by the Conservative government as it reshuffles provincial finances in order to find $6 billion worth of 'efficiencies.'
Why family medicine residencies might become longer
As family doctors face increasingly complex patients and new approaches to providing care, officials with the College of Family Physicians of Canada want to determine if medical residencies should become a year longer.
'A full-time job': Tornado victims now facing long insurance process
One month after six tornadoes swept through the region, many homeowners are now coming face-to-face with the unwelcome reality of dealing with insurance claims.
JD Irving plea deal raises questions of conflict of interest says law professors
Law professors contacted by CBC say conflict of interest and a lack transparency are among the issues in a plea deal proposed in a JD Irving pollution case, with one predicting the case will not be accepted by the court.
Iqaluit student sitting during anthem to make statement about residential school curriculum
Miles Brewster, 12, says he ended up in the principal’s office after he sat during the Canadian anthem to make a statement about the residential school curriculum.
'Shameful': Cannabis customers floored by the amount of plastic packing on their pot
For every gram of cannabis sold there can be as much as 70 grams of packaging waste according to some of Canada’s first cannabis customers.
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They can dig it: Meet the other kind of metal heads, who unearth local history
"Nothing compares to actually holding a piece of history in your hands. A book can't do that."
Arthur Slade's latest epic tale for younger readers is a story about a vengeful queen and a brave young girl.
Walking in the City with Jane
Award-winning author Susan Hughes provides a fictionalized story of the life of Jane Jacobs, one of the world's greatest urban thinkers and activists.
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How many will call northern Ontario home in 2058? Population predictions hinge on immigration, climate change
Northern Ontario's population has been shrinking and aging for decades. Some experts predict immigration, technology and climate change will see more move north in the next 40 years.
Election day essentials: Here's how to vote in Ottawa
If you're voting in Ottawa's municipal election today, here's everything you need to know.
Seniors left out of cannabis public health information push
Even though the rate of pot use is growing the fastest among Canadians who are 65 and older, seniors — and their doctors — struggle to find information that addresses their specific health questions.
Monkey skulls, snakeskin boots and bear bile: Morbid items fill Heathrow's 'dead shed'
At first glance, it looks as though you've stumbled into the rumpus room of an eccentric uncle: guitars stuck up on the wall and tiny monkey skulls encased in glass. This is Heathrow Airport's "dead shed," a repository for confiscated items that highlights the massive scale of the global illegal wildlife trade.
Party's over? Legalization could spell the end of the Marijuana Party
Making pot legal could kill the political party that campaigned on the issue for nearly two decades in Canada. But the Marijuana Party is not claiming victory after last week’s historic policy shift.
Liberal government writes off $1.1B US loan to Chrysler, plus interest, docs show
CBC News has learned that the Liberal government has written off a loan made to Chrysler in 2009 to bail out the auto sector. The taxpayer-funded loan has been accruing interest for nine years without payments, and the write-off represents a loss of public funds totalling $2.6 billion.
Why vote today? Because Toronto's future is still TBD
With early voting numbers down from 2014 and John Tory leading the mayor's race, some Toronto residents may see the result of Monday's municipal election as a foregone conclusion. But it's not, Matt Elliott writes.
Homeowners worried about paying down debt as interest rates go up
Many Canadian homeowners are worried about rising interest rates and how they will impact their budget, a new CBC Research survey finds.