CBC K-W Storm Centre: School closures, highway info, weather alerts
GO Train delay, a flight cancelled and bus cancellations in Stratford area. Listen for traffic, school bus info and weather on The Morning Edition and keep reading cbc.ca/kw for updates.
Massive pipe band send-off planned for bus crash victim's funeral
Members of Ottawa’s pipe bands are coming together to pay tribute to Judy Booth, one of the victims of Friday’s bus crash at Westboro station.
One on One with Markus teaser - Ricus Grimbeek
This week on One on One with Markus, a conversation with Ricus Grimbeek. He was born and raised in South Africa. Since last February he's been Chief Operation Officer for the North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries for Vale, with headquarters in Copper Cliff. Like many mining executives, he's worked at several companies over the years, in several countries. He shares some of his life story in our extended interview. Here is Ricus Grimbeek responding to a few fun questions you won't hear in the extended interview.
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Judy Booth remembered as 'genuine' by fellow bandmate
Brad Hampson, member of the RCMP Pipes and Drums National Division, says Judy Booth will be remembered fondly.
Kingsway Entertainment District delayed until late 2021
Completion of the Kingsway Entertainment District (KED), the controversial events centre and casino project on the city’s eastern outskirts, is expected to be pushed back to late 2021, or early 2022, staff involved with the project say.
P.E.I. PR referendum road show launches this week
Gerard Mitchell, P.E.I.'s commissioner for the referendum on proportional representation, says his most important job is making sure Islanders understand the referendum options.
Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Jan. 16
An OC Transpo bus has been involved in a major crash at Westboro Station, snarling rush hour traffic.
Filipino-Canadian media personality breaks silence in community on sexual assault
A Filipino-Canadian media personality has broken the silence in her community about sexual assault. Rachelle Cruz hopes a personal story of alleged assault in Toronto will encourage other women in her community to raise their voice in the #Metoo movement.
From quadruple amputee to powerlifter: Why Elaine Dodge-Lynch will not quit
In the first segment of This Is My Story, we check back in with Elaine Dodge-Lynch, who lost her fingers and toes after a life-threatening infection.
Broken Social Scene, Hannah Georgas, Pup and more: songs you need to hear this week
Here are six new tracks that grabbed our attention.
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Wednesday
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Wednesday, January 16
Newfoundland News Update
News Update from CBC St John's
Thunder Bay landlord ticketed after no working main-floor smoke alarm found in East End home
Fire officials in Thunder Bay, Ont., say cooking left unattended caused a house fire in the city's East End neighbourhood early Sunday morning and the building's landlord has been ticketed for a non-working smoke alarm.
Windsor News Update
News Update from CBC Windsor
Mold-a-Rama drama: B.C. company sued over role in modifying vintage machines
Mold-A-Rama Inc. is suing a B.C.-based collector for, it claims, helping a big-time collector buy several of its original machines only to desecrate them with modern parts before trying to resell them under the Mold-A-Rama trademark.
'Heartbreaking': Worst fears confirmed after couple stops to help elderly woman hit by car
A Winnipeg couple tried in vain to help save an elderly woman who was stuck and killed while crossing Henderson Highway Tuesday morning. Jonathan and Jen Millions were on their way to work downtown when traffic suddenly came to a complete stop.
Moncton woman sues Seventh-day Adventist Church over alleged sex abuse
A Moncton woman has filed a lawsuit against the Seventh-day Adventist Church and her former teacher, whom she accuses of sexually abusing her as a teen.
Trial resumes today for man charged in crash that killed his girlfriend and two sons
The trial of a man charged with causing a highway crash that killed his two young sons and girlfriend resumes today at Court of Queen's Bench in Saskatoon.
Sahtu Métis group to sign self-governance agreement in principle, a 1st for Métis in Canada
Métis in Norman Wells, N.W.T., are one step closer in reaching a final agreement for self-governance after signing today's agreement in principle.
Apartment fires a symptom of Winnipeg's drug use 'epidemic,' says property company
Two major apartment fires in Winnipeg's West End over the weekend were fuelled by drugs, according to the company that manages both properties.
Lifelong athlete looks back on special softball tournament: The Story Line
“Everybody’s got a story,” is the theory I’m working on. To prove it, every month, I open the P.E.I. phone book to a random page and stab my finger at the first name I find.
Talkative homebuyers beware, the seller might be listening
Homebuyers should watch what they say during home viewings, according to an Ontario real estate agent who says two of her clients have used cameras and microphones to eavesdrop on potential buyers.
Risk of snow squalls in some areas as cold blasts back in
Wednesday will start with potentially heavy snow and end with a deep freeze.