Get your party on with CBC Calgary

It’s officially Stampede season and CBC Calgary has a FREE, exclusive rooftop party planned for you and your friends to help us kick it off.

Ontario government won't 'deviate' from fiscal plan, says new finance minister

Ontario Finance Minister Rod Phillips says the provincial government has no plans to "deviate" from its controversial fiscal priorities but it will admit mistakes when it makes them.

Toronto councillor peeved over CBC stories was privately 'threatening' reporter, lawsuit alleges

Two city councillors ordered up a multi-front PR campaign after CBC ran stories about their ties to developers, with one of the men privately making threats against a CBC reporter and compiling a "research" file on him and political foes, a lawsuit alleges.

A guide to buying luggage — and 8 picks to fit all your needs

What to consider before choosing your next suitcase or weekender.

Italy's Milan-Cortina wins bid to host 2026 Winter Olympics

The Italian bid of Milan-Cortina has been selected by nternational Olympic Committee members to host the 2026 Winter Olympics, beating out the competing bid from Stockholm, Sweden.

Windsor News Update

News Update from CBC Windsor

Milan picked to host 2026 Winter Olympics

The Italian bid of Milan-Cortina on Monday was voted by International Olympic Committee members to host the 2026 Winter Olympics.

Trump announces new Iran sanctions as Tehran threatens to down more U.S. drones

U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order targeting Iran's supreme leader and associates with additional financial sanctions in a bid to force the Iranian leadership into talks after days of mounting tensions between the two countries following the downing of a U.S. drone last week.

School division EAL cuts will impact newcomers, says Saskatoon Open Door Society

The Saskatoon Open Door Society says Saskatoon Public Schools warned it in advance that cuts to English as an additional language (EAL) instruction were coming. The society's executive director says he accepts the school division's rationale, but that the cuts were made in an area that already didn't have enough resources.

Montreal News Update

News Update from CBC Montreal

MLA Alana Paon kicked out of PC caucus

Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Houston has kicked Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon out of caucus.

Section of Iron Horse Trail closes Monday for major upgrades

A section of the Iron Horse Trail will be closed for the next four months as crews work on several improvements on the trail. Work on the trail will begin June 24 between Queen Street South and Ottawa Street South.

OPP investigate fatal motor vehicle collision south of Dryden

Dryden OPP are investigating a fatal motor vehicle collision near Dryden.

Tanya Tucker, The Trews and Loverboy to take the stage for Festival of Friends

A country legend, Canadian rockers and 80s icons will take the stage during the 44th annual Festival of Friends during the Civic Holiday weekend.

Monday, June 24, 2019: Brent Butt, Jackie Shane and more

Today on q: actor, comedian and writer Brent Butt, q screen panel with John Semley and Tina Hassannia, the late soul singer Jackie Shane.

Man dead after ATV flips over near western Manitoba town

A 70-year-old man from Saskatchewan died in an off-road collision near Russell, Man., on Friday.

Toronto News Update

News Update from CBC Toronto

Bat found in Guelph home tests positive for rabies

One person has been bitten by a bat that tested positive for rabies, says Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health. The agency is reminding people to avoid wildlife as rabies is active in the area.

Woman sexually assaulted inside Guelph police station

A woman was at the police station on Sunday to report a matter when a man she didn't know walked up to her and grabbed her in a sexual manner, police say.
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Montreal student speaks 19 languages — and he's still learning more

Montreal student Georges Awaad taught himself to speak many of the languages, trying to find linguistic patterns that would help him learn.

Trial dates in question as former SMU groundskeeper fires his lawyer

There are questions about when two additional sexual assault trials for former Saint Mary’s University groundskeeper Matthew Percy might proceed.

Montreal student speaks 19 languages — and he's still learning more

Many people in Quebec speak more than one language, and some even speak several. But Montreal student Georges Awaad may be in a category all his own. He speaks 19 languages, teaching himself many of them.

New Rideau Canal footbridge set to open early

Pedestrians and cyclists in Ottawa should have another option for crossing the Rideau Canal by Canada Day.

Toronto's Pozuelo, L.A.'s Kaye offer Canadian flavour to MLS all-star game

Toronto FC midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo and Canadian international midfielder Mark-Anthony Kaye of Los Angeles FC have been named to the Major League Soccer all-star roster.