More than 4,000 homes and businesses without power in Mississauga
More than 4,000 homes and businesses are without power in Mississauga, Alectra Utilities says.
Environment Canada ends freezing rain warning issued Wednesday morning
Environment Canada has pulled back a freezing rain warning for Wednesday morning. The weather authority had warned of several hours of freezing rain mixed with snow and ice pellets for Waterloo region and southern Wellington County.
Atlantic News Update
News Update from CBC Halifax
Icy conditions close Detroit airport, flights cancelled and delayed
Icy weather conditions prompted officials to shut down Detroit's main airport Tuesday evening.
Montreal News Update
News Update from CBC Montreal
Google self-driving spinoff Waymo to put factory in Michigan
Google's self-driving car spinoff Waymo said Tuesday it will bring a factory to Michigan.
Out with the cold, in with snow and freezing rain
Up to 10 more centimetres of snow could fall, with a risk of freezing rain this afternoon.
SQDC sells $40 million in cannabis so far, but not yet profitable
SQDC president Jean-François Bergeron estimates this amounts to 35 per cent of legal cannabis sold in the country by weight.
Monday's rain no match for Marble Mountain
Marble crews had the snow machines firing in anticipation of this week's rain. With more rain and warmth on the way, they're hoping the hill will still be able open on the weekend.
Australia asks for answers after dual citizen reported missing in China
The Australian government says it is seeking information about a Chinese-Australian writer who has been reported missing in China in what a friend suspects is part of a Chinese backlash against Canada's arrest of a top Chinese telecommunications executive.
Saskatoon Fire Department to give update on train derailment
The Saskatoon Fire Department will give an update on the clean-up and what crews were busy with overnight.
Edmonton Morning Show
News Weather and Sports from Calgary
Morning of snow, freezing rain to be followed by 'dramatic change in the weather'
It could be a messy morning commute in the city.
More snow, freezing rain to hit New Brunswick tonight
Temperatures will rise across the province today into tomorrow, shifting snow and ice to rain by Thursday morning.
Calgary News Update
News Update from CBC Calgary
Deciem and the death of Brandon Truaxe
Brandon Truaxe, the founder of Deciem, has died after a year-long public unravelling. He built the Canadian skincare company into a worldwide brand through radical pricing and social media marketing. But his increasingly erratic behaviour, documented on his company's Instagram account, ultimately cost him his position as CEO.
Sudbury News Update
News Update from CBC Sudbury
Deciem and the death of Brandon Truaxe
Brandon Truaxe, the founder of Canadian skincare company Deciem, has died after a year-long public unravelling. He built 'The Abnormal Beauty Company' into a worldwide brand through a combination of radical pricing and social media marketing. But his increasingly erratic behaviour, documented on his company's Instagram account, ultimately cost him his position as CEO. Senior business reporter Aaron Saltzman takes us inside Truaxe's story.
(Live at 7:15 am ET) 2019 World Para Alpine World Championship: Women's Slalom Run 2 - Kranjska
The 2nd run of Women's Para Alpine Slalom Skiing from the slope of the Julian Alps in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.
Toronto landlord owes man with disabilities, daughter $60K after 'campaign' of harassment
A Toronto man was denied an apartment because of his disabilities, and then he and his pregnant daughter endured "a campaign" of abuse and harassment from the landlord after a relative helped them secure a unit and move into the building, according to a decision by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO).
School buses in Oxford, Middlesex and Elgin County cancelled
Icy road conditions have forced the cancellation of all school buses in Oxford, Middlesex and Elgin County, as well as the Red Zone.
U.K. says trade partners underestimate no-deal Brexit risk
Britain won't have some free-trade deals with other countries in place by March if it leaves the European Union with no deal because current trade partners are underestimating the chance of a no-deal Brexit, Trade Secretary Liam Fox says.
Healthcare Hack #7: Push back against advice
A cautionary tale in this Healthcare Hack. Mary Jane Hampton tells us why you can trust your gut when it comes to your family and the health care system.
Sudbury MP Paul Lefebvre has a new book out about Sudbury soldiers from WW1
Sudbury Liberal MP Paul Lefebvre politician is putting his love of history to work in a new book about World War 1. The title of his new book is Sudbury's Fallen Soldiers of World War 1. Paul Lefebvre was at the main branch of the Greater Sudbury Public Library to promote the new book. That's where the CBC's Casey Stranges spoke with him about it. Casey also spoke with Kristen Bertrand of the library's local history department.