Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Playoffs - San Jose at St. Louis - Game 6

Watch the live stream of Hockey Night in Canada playoffs as the San Jose Sharks visit the St. Louis Blues at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Jason Kenney's update on Alberta wildfire LIVE

Alberta premier's news conference on the wildfire situation near the town of High Level.

Man falls to his death from Dartmouth hotel

A man fell to his death from a hotel in Dartmouth, N.S., Monday night.

Iraq to send delegations to U.S., Iran in effort to end tensions

State-run Iraqi media is quoting Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi as saying that Baghdad will send delegations to the U.S. and Iran to help end tensions between the two countries.

Quebec's transport minister fails to see Pink after ride on Orange line

François Bonnardel finally took a ride on the Montreal Metro's packed Orange line, and saw for himself just how crowded it can get. But it didn't convince him the Pink line is necessary.

'Can we understand feminism as a path to peace on earth?': Ani DiFranco on her 30-year career and new memoir

In a special extended interview, DiFranco talks about the theme of survival in her memoir, the boundary-breaking themes in her music and how she feels about the ongoing #MeToo movement.

Alberta town threatened by wildfire successfully evacuated, says mayor

More than 650 people fleeing an out-of-control wildfire near High Level, Alta. have registered at an emergency reception centre set up in Slave Lake, states an update on the town's website.

A historic stopover for some historic planes on their way to 75th D-Day anniversary

Eleven of 15 Douglas C-47s passed through Goose Bay over the weekend en route to the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Europe.

Ken Pereira, union whistleblower, joins forces with Maxime Bernier

Ken Pereira will run in the federal election for the People's Party of Canada, the new political party led by Maxime Bernier.

Craft brewer gets cease-and-desist letter from city over Fort Calgary beer

A local craft brewery has received a cease-and-desist order from the city over its beer named for Fort Calgary.

'It's not North Preston': Documentary leaves some from N.S. community upset

Some say a documentary showing this week at Dartmouth Crossing doesn't provide an accurate portrayal of North Preston.

Labrador City set to vote this fall on amalgamating with Wabush

Labrador City's mayor wants to know if residents want to merge with Wabush, though that town's mayor doesn't want amalgamation at all.

Canadian delegation in China pushing for release of Spavor and Kovrig

A Canadian delegation is in China this week pushing for the release of the two Canadian men accused of spying, according to Ottawa's foreign affairs minister.

The Current for May 21, 2019

Today on The Current: How likely is a U.S.-Iran war amid the escalating tensions and cryptic Twitter threats?; then, how a looted painting gave Poland’s LGBTQ community two new allies in their fight for equality; and why U.S. journalist Mark Bowden decided to revisit the disappearance and murder of two young girls, a case that haunted him for decades.

5 female inmates suffer suspected drug overdoses at Barton jail in just 5 days

The latest incidents come just over a month after a female inmate in her 30s died of a suspected overdose at the HWDC on April 12.

Attention TTC riders: subway service to end early this week on part of Line 1

Subway service on a stretch of Line 1 will end earlier than usual on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights this week as crews repair subway corridors, the TTC says.

China rejects Trump claim U.S. tariffs are making firms leave

Foreign investors remained enthusiastic about China, the foreign ministry said on Tuesday, following U.S. President Donald Trump's claim that his tariffs are causing companies to move production away from the world's second largest economy.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019: Ani DiFranco and the q screen panel

Today on q: singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco, the q screen panel with John Semley and Amanda Parris.

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's U.K. restaurant chain collapses into insolvency

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's British restaurant chain has become insolvent, putting 1,300 jobs at risk.

50 boats, coast guard, searching for man overboard off P.E.I. North Shore

The Canadian Coast Guard, local fishermen, firefighters and police are searching off the North Shore of eastern P.E.I. for a fisherman who went overboard.

Ghost bike up at City Hall after last week's fatal hit and run

A ghost bike has been installed at Ottawa City Hall, not far from where a cyclist was struck in a hit-and-run late last week. The victim died in hospital later that day, and no arrest has been made.

Montreal News Update

News Update from CBC Montreal

Kitchener offers $60,000 for best 'placemaking' projects

The City of Kitchener's #lovemyhood Placemaking Grant Challenge will fund projects proposed by residents to improve spaces in their neighbourhoods.

Toronto Mayor John Tory asks Ontario to 'reverse' funding cuts, work together to find efficiencies

Toronto Mayor John Tory is asking Ontario Premier Doug Ford to reconsider program cuts that the city manager says will leave a hole of nearly $178 million in Toronto’s 2019 budget.

John Tory asks province to 'reverse' funding cuts, work together to find efficiencies

John Tory is asking Ontario Premier Doug Ford to reconsider program cuts that the city manager says will leave a hole of nearly $178 million in Toronto’s 2019 budget.