Hockey Night in Canada
Arrests in Winnipeg school threats end 'very stressful' stretch for staff, students
Students at three Winnipeg schools can breathe easier when they head to class Wednesday morning, after the arrest of two youths who allegedly targeted the schools with threats last week.
Hyperbaric chamber possible source of Sorella sisters' suffocation, court hears
As the prosecution in the trial of Adele Sorella for the deaths of her two daughters wrapped up its case, a pathologist zeroed in on the most likely cause of their deaths — asphyxiation by oxygen deprivation in what she called a "closed environment."
Hundreds of residents affected after power, water shut off in St. James Town highrise
Residents of a 33-storey highrise in St. James Town are seeking shelter after the power and water was shut off in their building Tuesday evening due to a burst pipe.
Group helping older dogs and their owners has mastiff need for volunteers in Victoria
A national volunteer organization that seeks to maintain healthy relationships between dogs and their aging humans is expanding to Victoria.
Enwin-UWindsor collaboration creates anti-corrosion spray for equipment
Scott Kelly spent a year in space — and it literally changed him
Early-morning crowd comes out for Come From Away tickets
'As long as you're not hurting anyone' is not a high enough bar for a religion
CBC Saskatchewan News January 22, 2019
Yellow vest protesters in Alberta take a stand for pipelines and anti-immigration policies
Manitoba News Update
U.S. to request Meng extradition, B.C. spending scandal
Roy Halladay is heading to Cooperstown
CBC Calgary News
CBC Edmonton News
Getting the sleep you need
Grid road leading to Robert Major crash site 'like driving in a dark tunnel,' defence witness testifies
Retirement community where Jason Kenney claimed he lived doesn't allow sublets, says former staff member
Canada Sleeps, But Not Enough
As It Happens for Tuesday, January 22, 2019