A reporter asked the government about a Navy ship — then got a call from an Irving president

Indian Country Today reporter Vincent Schilling was drawn in by a German museum's efforts to identify a man sporting a Native American headdress in a poster from the 1970s.

A reporter asked the government about a Navy ship — then got a call from an Irving president

After submitting questions to the government, a Postmedia journalist received a phone call from Irving's president, followed by an email threatening to sue.

Former Remai Modern CEO Gregory Burke exits new gallery job in New Zealand

Burke has withdrawn his application as he's being investigated for alleged workplace harassment by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.

No return date in sight for Hay River highrise residents

Wally Schumann, infrastructure minister and Hay River South MLA, said he has 'serious concerns' that the owner of the highrise will be able to address all the building's issues.

Man secures crown for 2nd year in P.E.I. writing competition

The P.E.I. Writers’ Guild has chosen it’s winner for the 2019 Battle Tales writing competition — Islander Matthew MacKay has won first prize for a second year in a row.

Spring flood could be worse than 2009, province says

The province is preparing for a spring flood expected to be worse than 2009, after massive snow storms fell across the northern United States and the Red River Valley.

'This is a game-changing museum': Winnipeg Art Gallery expansion promises to vault Inuit art to new heights

When complete in 2020, the Winnipeg Art Gallery says the new $65-million Inuit Art Centre will be home to a collection of contemporary Inuit art unlike any other in the world — and will bring new stories to the forefront. 

Budget fact check: Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivers his fourth federal budget

Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver his fourth federal budget Tuesday. CBC News will fact check his speech in real time.

'This is how they're telling the story': Forthcoming Inuit Art Centre to display vast collection, explore legacy of colonialism in the North

The Winnipeg Art Gallery's Inuit Art Centre is expected to be completed and open to the public in the summer of 2020.

'Just bag after bag after bag': 40 kg of plastic found in dead whale's stomach

When a dead whale was discovered on a beach in the Philippines on Saturday, government veterinarians mistook it for a pregnant female because of its big swollen belly. 

U.S. Forest Service plans large sale of Alaskan old growth timber

Critics have said the deal is a retreat from the forest service's 2016 announcement it would largely phase out old growth timber sales in Tongass National Forest over 15 years.

How a reporter identified an Indigenous elder in a photo from a German museum

Indian Country Today reporter Vincent Schilling was drawn in by a German museum's efforts to identify a man sporting a Native American headdress in a poster from the 1970s.

Head of Tourism London retires on a high note

Tourism London General Manager John Winston announced he will be retiring after nearly two decades leading the organization.

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B.C.'s poverty reduction plan seeks solutions from across government: minister

The British Columbia government has released guidelines it says will lead it toward the goal of reducing the province's overall poverty rate by 25 per cent and child poverty by 50 per cent within the next five years.

Sun on the slopes: Enjoying winter's final throes in the Canadian Rockies

Driving west on the Trans-Canada Highway from Calgary on a sunny spring weekend, you're just as likely to see vehicles carrying mountain bikes as you are to spot skis and snowboards strapped to their roofs.

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Power restored after tripped breaker leaves 142,000 Hydro-Québec customers in dark

A tripped breaker at a transmission station in Saguenay left pockets of the island of Montreal, the Laurentians, the Lanaudière and Montérégie regions without power Monday afternoon. The electricity was restored to nearly everyone by around 6 p.m.
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Watch the 2019 World Figure Skating Championships

Watch the best figure skaters in the world compete at the 2019 World Figure Skating Championships in Saitama, Japan.

Former priest David Norton to be sentenced Friday

Victim impact statements were read today at the sentencing hearing for former Anglican priest David Norton, found guilty of sexually abusing boys.

Singh's full statement on New Zealand attack

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh's full statement in the House of Commons on the New Zealand terror attack.

St. Joseph school helps students mourn for classmates killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash

As students returned from March Break, the school was ready to support those mourning their fellow students tragic death.Ryan Njuguna, 7, and Kellie Pauls, 4, were both killed in the Ethiopian Airlines crash.

No charges in case of dog that attacked 4 children, 2 adults in Montreal North

Quebec's Director of Criminal Prosecutions has ruled against filing charges in the case of a dog that bit the grandchildren of its caretaker in Montreal North last August.