Kids go to seniors home, refugee farmers program, Regina hot sauce maker and construction site recycling

Vancouver area school goes to seniors home once a month, Newfoundland program helps new refugees practice farming, Regina woman has side hustle as a hot sauce maker and an Ottawa construction manager recycles building site debris and gives proceeds to area food bank

Fake fire hydrants, kindergarten to grade six kids and vinyl record pressing

A Kamloops man makes a fake fire hydrant in an attempt to deter dogs from pooping on his lawn and incurs the wrath of the City, Charlottetown kids were interviewed when they were in kindergarten and again when they are leaving elementary and Quebec City coffee shop owner is also going to open vinyl record pressing business.

Checking in on changing construction on arterial roads

Some updates and some reminders on projects we don't constantly talk about.

Green Party proposes doubling time for eviction appeals

The P.E.I. Green Party intends to introduce legislation that would double the amount of time Islanders have to appeal an eviction notice through the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission.

Controversial armoured vehicle to be set up in Sackville Memorial Park, upsets residents

A Sackville group is opposing the installation of a second armoured fighting vehicle in the town's memorial park.

Drake's CBC mic drop and other highlights of the Raptors championship parade

Whether you're a lifelong basketball fan, a bandwagoner or don't know the first thing about the game, there's no denying the Raptors' NBA Championship win has brought the country together in a way unlike almost any other.

Cambridge GO train service should connect riders to Toronto via Guelph: Report

Connecting GO trains between Cambridge and Guelph is a better option for riders than trying to connect to MIlton, a feasibility study has found.

The Howler's growl gets attention

The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service is literally shaking things up in its latest attempt to make sure drivers are aware of oncoming emergency vehicles.

History of aggressive dog that bit child was disclosed to animal rescue, says previous owner

The previous owner of an aggressive dog that was adopted by a Manitoba family and bit their child said he disclosed the dog's history to the animal rescue group that arranged the adoption.

'We all have brown skin': Sask. woman says racism between immigrants and Indigenous people must end

Kerry Benjoe is seeing more anger and mistrust between Indigenous people by other visible minorities percolating online. There are allegations of attempted abductions. Benjoe believes the fear and mistrust are fed by Indigenous people's resentment at being mistreated and stereotyped by new Canadians.

Fortune Minerals mulls use of cyanide at proposed N.W.T. NICO mine

Gold cyanidization is controversial, but it's also extremely common. Many companies — including Agnico Eagle at Meadowbank Mine — use it.

Fossils found near Old Crow, Yukon, help scientists retrace steps of ancient hyena

Researchers have confirmed that a pair of fossilized teeth found in northern Yukon in the 1970s are from a genus of hyena that made its way into North America during the last ice age.

Here are the songs for the 2019 Canadian Music Class Challenge

Shawn Mendes? Avril Lavigne? Scott Helman? Whose song will your music class choose?

'Everybody takes notice': New siren shakes things up for Winnipeg emergency vehicles

The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service is literally shaking things up in its latest attempt to make sure drivers are aware of oncoming emergency vehicles.

New party, new candidate: Bill Capes running in Essex for the People's Party of Canada

The People's Party of Canada (PPC) is hoping for a federal victory in Essex — currently an NDP riding — with candidate Bill Capes.

Sudbury baseball taking over Blue Jays' turf

A Sudbury baseball field now features a big piece of Canadian baseball history.

'It keeps his mind going': Sask. man's homemade instrument brings him back from Alzheimer's

For Les Kish, playing is bittersweet as it reminds him he won't be able to return back home for his final years.

Doctor shortage frustrates Hay River residents, says MLA

The Hay River Health and Social Services Authority is anticipating doctor shortages this summer. Hay River North MLA R.J. Simpson says the persistent shortage is discouraging residents from seeking medical care.

Summerside council votes to let man keep his backyard chickens

Summerside city council has voted in favour of giving a man a permit to keep four laying hens in his backyard — with conditions.

Forest fire burning near Pickle Lake now under control: MNRF

A forest fire burning near the northern Ontario town of Pickle Lake is now listed as being under control, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry said.

Windsor News Update

News Update from CBC Windsor

The National for June 17, 2019

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News

Former Egyptian president Morsi buried in Cairo, son says

Former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has been buried alongside other senior figures of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo, his son, Ahmed Morsi, said on his Facebook page on Tuesday.

Iran will not wage war against any nation, president says

Iran will not wage war against any nation, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday in a speech broadcast live on state TV.

Today's warm and sunny again

The only problem with today's weather is you'll need to wear sunscreen.