» Trudeau to unveil carbon tax plan Tuesday for provinces that don't comply
22/10/18 18:43 from CBC | Top Stories News
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will unveil Tuesday the federal government's plan for wayward provinces that do not comply with the national climate plan.

» Germany joins growing list of nations rethinking arms sales to Saudi Arabia
22/10/18 18:25 from CBC | Top Stories News
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Khashoggi murder triggers rethinking of weapons deals; researchers find worrisome things about Canada's alpine glaciers; illegal international trade ...

» New Brunswick village angers residents with 'straight pride' flag
22/10/18 15:34 from CBC | Top Stories News
When Margaret Clark first saw pictures on Facebook of the "straight pride" flag waving in the central New Brunswick village of Chipman, she felt as if she'd been kicked in the stomach.

» New Brunswick village removes 'straight pride' flag after backlash from residents
22/10/18 15:34 from CBC | Top Stories News
When Margaret Clark first saw pictures on Facebook of the "straight pride" flag waving in the central New Brunswick village of Chipman, she felt as if she'd been kicked in the stomach.

» Migrant caravan, still thousands of kilometres from U.S., raises Trump's ire again
22/10/18 14:58 from CBC | Top Stories News
As a migrant caravan from Honduras appeared to be picking up increased numbers of people as it reached southern Mexico, President Donald Trump in a series of tweets expressed alarm and threatened to cut off aid to Central America.

» Ontario to keep funding supervised drug consumption sites, health minister says
22/10/18 14:35 from CBC | Top Stories News
Ontario will keep funding supervised drug consumption sites, but they'll be rebranded to help users receive treatment and get rehabilitated, Health Minister Christine Elliott said Monday morning.

» Incoming Mexican officials arrive in Ottawa for talks and some touring
22/10/18 14:30 from CBC | Top Stories News
Key ministers from incoming Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's government are in Ottawa today to meet with Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and Trade Minister Jim Carr. They'll brief reporters at 1 p.m. ET.

» Accused Fredericton shooter proclaims innocence due to temporary insanity
22/10/18 14:23 from CBC | Top Stories News
The man accused of fatally shooting two police officers and two civilians in Fredericton in August interrupts his court proceedings to proclaim his innocence citing temporary insanity.

» Video shows 'body double' exiting Saudi Consulate wearing Khashoggi's clothes after killing
22/10/18 10:27 from CBC | Top Stories News
A man appearing to wear Jamal Khashoggi's clothes left the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul after the journalist was killed there, according to surveillance video, while a member of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's entourage reportedl...

» Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur waives right to preliminary inquiry
22/10/18 09:37 from CBC | Top Stories News
Bruce McArthur, accused of killing eight men with ties to Toronto's gay village has waived his right to a preliminary inquiry.

» Seniors left out of cannabis public health information push
22/10/18 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Even though the rate of pot use is growing the fastest among Canadians who are 65 and older, seniors — and their doctors — struggle to find information that addresses their specific health questions.

» Welcome to the 'dead shed': A look at some of the grisly items confiscated at Heathrow Airport
22/10/18 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
At first glance, it looks as though you've stumbled into the rumpus room of an eccentric uncle: guitars stuck up on the wall and tiny monkey skulls encased in glass. This is Heathrow Airport's "dead shed," a repository for confiscated it...

» Party's over? Legalization could spell the end of the Marijuana Party
22/10/18 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Making pot legal could kill the political party that campaigned on the issue for nearly two decades in Canada. But the Marijuana Party is not claiming victory after last week’s historic policy shift.

» Homeowners worried about paying down debt as interest rates go up
22/10/18 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Many Canadian homeowners are worried about rising interest rates and how they will impact their budget, a new CBC Research survey finds.

» 'Jim Crow's last stand': How a heated governor's race in the South became a crusade for voting rights
22/10/18 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
If she wins her neck-and-neck race for Georgia's governorship, Stacey Abrams will be a pioneer in the "New South." Unless, her supporters say, voter-suppression tactics from the Old South manage to stop her.

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