Cases like abuse at Ottawa high school still 'far too common,' says expert
Over a span of decades, three different teachers at the same Ottawa high school preyed on students. Now, for the first time, some of the victims are speaking about what they endured.
How a classroom fart became a teachable moment for deaf and hearing students
A Facebook post about the moment a deaf student learned that other people could hear them farting shows that there are missing pieces in how educate people with hearing disabilities, says deaf educator Stacy Abrams.
As It Happens: Monday Edition
Monday, Nov. 19, 2018
"For the sake of a couple of bucks, they deserted us": Vancouver's last classical record store to close
Sikora's Classical Records has been open 40 years, but couldn't survive the age of Spotify and Amazon
Liberals vow to use cannabis funds to fight addictions issues in alternative throne speech
Toronto police identify 90th homicide victim of year
McGill 'hazing' survivor reflects on St. Michael's sexual assault allegations
Saudi crown prince will be at G20 summit later this month: Saudi media
Kenney reacts to energy envoys LIVE
Toronto police charge 6 students in St. Michael's College School investigation
3 injured in crash near Renfrew, Ont.
Opioid addictions treatment must go beyond prescriptions: doctors
Jamal Khashoggi killing: How the case has unfolded
From cover bars to country stars: How Carolina East has owned 2018
Problems persist 10 years after massive Cobequid Pass shutdown, says councillor
Vancouverite warns pet owners after coyote snatches toy poodle during walk
Consultant hopes his fresh perspective helps downtown Windsor battle crime
Olympic champ among curling foursome booted from bonspiel for being 'extremely drunk'
Saskatoon homeowners to start paying monthly bills for garbage pickup by early 2020
World Curling Tour considering conduct policy after drunk curlers ejected from bonspiel