Police constable testifies as inquest looking into Ontario's 911 system
A constable with Greater Sudbury Police testified at an inquest looking into the province’s 911 emergency system.
Winnie Yeung is a Canadian writer.
Abu Bakr al Rabeeah
Abu Bakr al Rabeeah is a high school Edmonton student and published author.
From 1988: 'Debit card' could change the way we spend money
A 1988 experiment with debit cards by one big bank in one small city could be a sign of things to come.
A nonfiction book by Abu Bakr al Rabeeah & Winnie Yeung.
DJ Blackcat drops a musical gateway to Toronto's ballroom scene
In the q gateway, DJ Blackcat gives us his guide to the music of Toronto's ballroom scene.
How I Wrote it
Abu Bakr al Rabeeah, teenage refugee from Syria, tells his story with help from his teacher Winnie Yeung
Abu Bakr al Rabeeah's memoir Homes, co-authored by Winnie Yeung, is a finalist for the Governor General's Literary Award for nonfiction.
The time someone named a raccoon shelter after hotelier Conrad Hilton
It was a hotel the big chains likely weren't interested in adding to their portfolio, as it was built for guests who made a mess and never paid for their accommodations.
Unreserved heads to Halifax: How are people in this city building bridges between communities?
Halifax, in Mi'kmaw territory, is a city in the throes of decolonization and reconciliation. What tensions are arising? How are people in this city building bridges between communities? Unreserved headed east to find out.
Astaldi told to stop work, but employees remain on the job at Muskrat Falls for now
Astaldi workers told CBC News on Friday they have not been laid off.
Saunders Farm Fright Fest workers left with concussions after attack
Actors working a haunted farm in rural Ottawa got a a real-life frightening experience Saturday as a group of assailants attacked them.
Watch Grand Prix of Figure Skating: Skate America
Watch coverage from Skate America, the first Grand Prix of Figure Skating event of the season where Canadians such as Nam Nguyen and Kevin Reynolds will be competing.
Woman taken to hospital after early-morning assault
Paramedics transported the woman from a southwest Calgary home in serious, but stable condition.
Hear stories of survival and resilience at CBC Sudbury's third Living Library
Stories of survival will be front and centre at an upcoming event, hosted by CBC Sudbury in partnership with the Greater Sudbury Public Library.
Ottawa police looking to nab high drivers
Ottawa police have increased their RIDE program to look for impaired drivers since cannabis legalization has taken effect.
Montreal hospitals practise Code Orange, simulating catastrophe
CBC News got a rare behind-the-scenes look at hospital workers' readiness to respond to a mass casualty situation Thursday. "We learn not just about the things that we're missing, but how we can operate better with what we have," said co-ordinating physician Dr. Brett Burstein.
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Should High School Exams be Abolished? The Story of Sue Rodriguez, The Beat Generation, the Battle of the Somme, Max Ferguson, Allan McFee, Frank Zappa, Kierans, Camp and Lewis, Canada Calling, The Food Show and many more treasures from the archives!
How to house the homeless: Molly – when things go right
Molly Boyce spent more than 15 years on the streets and lived in Shelter House's managed alcohol program. Now she works for Shelter House and plans to study nursing. What went right for her? One factor, she said, was a brush with the law that connected her to the John Howard Society.
Horwath endorses Fred Eisenberger in Hamilton's mayoral race
Ontario's NDP leader has taken the unusual step of endorsing a candidate in Hamilton's mayoral race — in favour of incumbent Fred Eisenberger.
Watch the 2018 World Curling Tour: Men's Masters Champéry
Watch live coverage from the 2018 World Curling Tour: Men's Masters Champéry in Switzerland.
Water will be released over Churchill Falls for 4th time in about 30 years
A controlled release of water should bring the falls up to about 10 per cent of what they were in the 1960s, a Nalcor employee says.
Woman finds unmarked white pill in chips
An unmarked pill found by a New Westminster woman in a bag of chips turned out to be ibuprofen.
Paranormal phenomena or false memories?
“During my career, I worked on many missing persons [cases],” says Detective Mike Richard, now retired. “You do get a sense of which ones don’t feel right. And this one didn’t feel right for me personally.”
Turkey hasn't shared Khashoggi audio with U.S., minister says
Turkey's foreign minister says his country has not shared any audio recordings from Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance with U.S. officials, while the state-run Anadolu news agency said Turkish prosecutors are questioning Saudi Consulate employees over the missing Saudi journalist.
This glam clown makeup tutorial by onlinekyne is seriously stunning
While the competition for cool clown looks is actually pretty stiff this year, this flirty look also takes the prize for being easy to achieve with your own makeup supplies.