Victim of Tadoussac ferry crash identified, hailed as 'hero'
Eyewitnesses say the crash that killed 40-year-old Éric Belec could have been much worse if he hadn't warned bystanders by honking and swerving.
Week of June 24: Canadian stories and The Secret Path
Refugee stories, PTSD awareness, and the tragedy of Chanie Wenjack set to music.
Labrador highway washout could take days to repair, stranding truckers and travellers
A washed-out section of the Trans-Labrador Highway could take days to repair, says the Department of Transportation and Works. Starting on Wednesday, stranded travellers will be helicoptered across the impassable road and freight will be delivered by Labrador Marine.
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Climate change poses threat to New Brunswick public health, report finds
A new report says climate change is a threat to public health in New Brunswick and the government needs to think about building up social infrastructure, such as community centres, not just roads.
Newfoundland News Update
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Meet five LGBTQ+ People Making a Difference
In celebration of Pride Month in the GTA, the CBC Toronto Proud To Shine campaign highlights five LGBTQ+ individuals who deserve the spotlight.
Ammonia leak at Goose Bay Curling Club
Emergency officials have responded to an ammonia leak inside the Goose Bay Curling Club. No people were inside at the time, according to town fire Chief Brad Butler.
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Riverview park honouring teen known for kindness opens
The Rebecca Schofield All World Super Play Park officially opened Tuesday. It honours the teen known for her kindness movement.
The Rebecca Schofield park is official open
The Rebecca Schofield All World Super Play Park just opened its doors to the public in memory of the teen who created the #BeccaToldMeTo kindness campaign.
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2 Digby homes in peril after land shifts following heavy rain
Heavy rains over the weekend near Digby, N.S., led the land to shift near a home at the side of an embankment. Now two homes in the area are evacuated.
Thunder Bay health unit warning of HIV outbreak in city's homeless population
Public health officials in Thunder Bay, Ont., are declaring an outbreak of HIV in the city that they say is centred around people who are homeless or "under-housed."
Will Trudeau's experiment with Senate 'independence' outlast the election?
Legislative changes that would have made it harder for a future prime minister to reverse Senate reforms have fallen through — raising the question of how much longer today's more independent, non-partisan chamber might last.
Come together for Stampede
This year our Stampede Posse will be visiting six community pancake breakfasts. Our posse includes CBC Calgary hosts, staff and our mascot, Ceebee. Find out where we’ll be and how you can win some fun prizes.
3 family members sentenced to 45 days in jail for cruelty to horses
Three members of a family that pleaded guilty to permitting an animal to be in distress were sentenced on Tuesday to 45 days in jail.
4-time Olympic champ Hayley Wickenheiser headlines Hockey Hall of Fame 2019 class
Canadian women's star Hayley Wickenheiser has been elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in her first year of eligibility. The class of 2019 also includes former NHLers Sergei Zubov and Guy Carbonneau, Czech star Vaclav Nedomansky and builders Jim Rutherford and Jerry York.
Blues reward Cup-winning coach Berube with 3-year extension
The Blues signed coach Craig Berube to a three-year contract extension Tuesday after he led St. Louis to its first Stanley Cup championship in his first season in charge.
Vancouver Aquarium agrees to cetacean ban in new 35-year lease agreement
The Vancouver Aquarium has agreed to a cetacean ban as part of a new 35-year lease agreement with the Vancouver Park Board.
How to plan an easy & fun Canada Day scavenger hunt for kids
If you're planning a Canada Day party this year, a Canadian themed scavenger hunt is a great way to keep the kids busy and having fun.
SIU investigating crash that followed Ottawa police pursuit
The province's police watchdog is investigating a collision that occurred near Embrun, Ont., early Monday morning.
10 foods you didn't know were Canadian
We all have a certain idea of what we believe is a Canadian food or dish, but your idea may be different from your friend's.