After ABC's Nashville, Lennon Stella is ready for a music career of her own
Stella might be best-recognized for playing the daughter of a country music star on Nashville, but she's been immersed in music all throughout her life. Now, at only 19 years old, the Oshawa-raised actor and musician is transitioning into the pop world with a huge new single and debut EP.
Northern California wildfire death toll hits 56 as searches intensify
Authorities have reported eight more fatalities from an ongoing wildfire in northern California, bringing the death toll to 56 in the deadliest blaze in state history.
Regulations take effect for licensing, operation of private pot stores, attorney general announces
The Ontario government passed new regulations aimed at protecting children and youth, keeping communities and roads safe, and combating the illegal cannabis market, the attorney general's office announced Wednesday evening.
CBC Northbeat November 14, 2018
Every weeknight, we take the pulse of the North and reflect its diversity
'It's absolutely appalling': Indigenous youth in care vulnerable to exploitation, say advocates
When Indigenous child welfare advocate Cindy Blackstock heard that a B.C. social worker had allegedly defrauded Indigenous children and youth in care, her heart dropped.
Snell, deGrom earn 1st career Cy Young awards
Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets has easily won the National League Cy Young Award, and Blake Snell of the Tampa Bay Rays has edged out two past winners for the American League prize.
'We want to make sure we have a community that's safe': Dawson Creek mayor responds to violent crimes
The city of Dawson Creek, in northeastern B.C., has been hit with a string of crimes. In the first two weeks of November, RCMP have responded to multiple shootings, a wounded victim and a violent home invasion.
Edmonton city staff invited to join anti-bullying vigil
A city of Edmonton employee hopes a vigil on Saturday night at Churchill Square will inspire other city staff to bring a candle, share stories or just observe silence.
Historic synthesizer celebrated at Calgary's National Music Centre
Officially known as The Original New Timbral Orchestra — but better known as TONTO — it’s a synthesizer built in 1968 by music producers Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff which helped spawn several albums by the legendary Stevie Wonder, and create the iconic bassline for the song, Superstition.
Pair charged in youth court with 2nd-degree murder of 17-year-old from Nuns' Island
A boy and a girl, both 17, appeared in youth court in Montreal this afternoon to be charged in connection with the stabbing death of another 17-year-old on Nuns' Island earlier this week. The Crown is requesting they be tried as adults.
Water flows into street while taps dry since October at Winnipeg rooming house
People living in a Winnipeg rooming house have been without water for a month, while a steady stream has flowed from the ground into the front street that entire time.
When Calgarians rejected the Olympic bid, they chose bread over circuses
Calgarians wanted to focus on local priorities, particularly with an austerity budget looming, without Olympic-sized risks.
Nov. 14: O'Leary sues Elections Canada
Kevin O'Leary on why he's suing the government. Peter MacKay discusses child killer transfers to healing lodges. Canada's Ambassador to the U.S. David MacNaughton talks USMCA.
Michael Avenatti arrested on domestic violence charge and released
Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for porn actress Stormy Daniels who skyrocketed to fame as a chief critic of U.S. President Donald Trump, has been released from police custody following his arrest on a felony domestic violence charge in Los Angeles.
Match Wrap: Djokovic keeps rolling at ATP World Tour Finals
Novak Djokovic improved to 2-0 at the ATP World Tour Finals after beating Sascha Zverev in straight sets.
Man dead after collision in Zorra Township
One man is dead following a two-vehicle collision Wednesday in Zorra Township, east of London.
Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 13)
This week the panel looks at all of the Canadian conference finals and previews the national semi finals. As well, Shawn Olson tells us why Western QB Chris Merchant is a special athlete, and we also look at the Canadians who starred in the Oklahoma-Oklahoma State game known as "Bedlam".
Police investigate alleged sexual assault involving students at St. Michael's College
Toronto police say they're investigating an alleged sexual assault involving students at a Catholic boys' private school, where, according to school officials, some pupils have already been expelled.
Winnipeg hockey coach pressed into service as backup goalie for Washington Capitals
A University of Manitoba hockey coach has been added to the roster of the Stanley Cup champions when they play the Winnipeg Jets Wednesday evening.
Ramp closure from Memorial Drive onto southbound Crowchild Trail snarls traffic
Drivers who take the exit ramp from eastbound Memorial Drive/Parkdale Boulevard onto southbound Crowfoot Trail in Calgary, take note — it will be closed until 6 a.m. Friday as part of ongoing work.
Addictions doctor talks treatment options for opioid addictions in Windsor
Dr. Tony Hammer outlines why Windsor-Essex needs a Rapid Access Addictions Medicine clinic.
West Island teenager selling comic at Salon du livre a 'dream come true'
Teenager Kendra Hughes is a self-published author bringing her first comic, Agents of C.L.A.W.E., to Montreal's Le Salon du livre.
CBC Igalaaq November 14, 2018
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Kivalliq hotels, tourist attraction to receive major investments
More than $5 million will be spent on upgrades to hotels and a cultural site in Nunavut's Kivalliq region.
As Dwane Casey returns to Toronto, his influence is felt beyond Raptors
Dwane Casey said it was strange being back on the Toronto Raptors basketball court where he'd left so much "blood, sweat and tears."