» The National: Eve of election day, Alberta COVID-19, At Issue
20/09/21 01:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
The National for Sept. 19 — Party leaders make their final pitches to voters. Plus, At Issue looks back at the campaign and what to watch for on election night.
» The Crown, Ted Lasso win big at Emmy Awards
20/09/21 00:31 from CBC | Top Stories News
The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards rolled out the red carpet on Sunday, celebrating some of this year's best in television.
» U.S. authorities believe they have found body of missing woman Gabrielle Petito after 2-day search
19/09/21 22:57 from CBC | Top Stories News
U.S. authorities say a body discovered Sunday in Wyoming is believed to be Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito, who disappeared while on a cross-country trek with a boyfriend who has been identified by authorities as a person of interest and is now...
» Ex-bureaucrat accused of embezzling COVID-19 funds from Ontario government now facing criminal charges
19/09/21 22:40 from CBC | Top Stories News
A former bureaucrat accused by the Ontario government of embezzling $11 million in COVID-19 relief funds is now facing criminal charges in the matter.
» Businesses brace for learning curve as Ontario's vaccine certificates set to take effect Wednesday
19/09/21 16:52 from CBC | Top Stories News
Ontario's proof-of-vaccination policy, set to take effect on Wednesday, treads into new territory for businesses. But Health Minister Christine Elliott has said she doesn't expect non-compliance to be an issue.
» Homes destroyed after volcano erupts in Spain
19/09/21 16:12 from CBC | Top Stories News
A volcano on Spain's Atlantic Ocean island of La Palma erupted Sunday after a weeklong buildup of seismic activity, prompting authorities to evacuate thousands as lava flows destroyed isolated houses and threatened to reach the coast. Ne...
» 3 'critically endangered' B.C. killer whales are pregnant, scientists say
19/09/21 16:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Scientists in B.C. and Washington state are hopeful that three pregnancies discovered in the critically endangered southern resident orcas' J pod could help save the species. But other threats remain.
» 'Waning immunity' term can lead to false understanding of COVID-19 vaccines, experts say
19/09/21 15:58 from CBC | Top Stories News
Some experts say use of the term "waning immunity" to justify whether a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine booster is needed can give people a false understanding of how the immune system works.
» At 50, Greenpeace is an environmental success story — with a daunting future
19/09/21 15:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Fifty years ago, an ad-hoc group of environmentalists gathered in Vancouver's Kitsilano neighbourhood with a shared goal of stopping the U.S. from testing nuclear weapons off the western coast of Alaska. Today, Greenpeace is the most rec...
» Search for Mary's Harbour fishermen enters 2nd day as N.L. communities hold vigils overnight
19/09/21 14:51 from CBC | Top Stories News
According to Lt.-Cmdr. Brian Owens of the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre overseeing the search, the search has expanded to over 3,000 square nautical miles as of Sunday morning.
» Alberta health-care system 'collapsing,' unions say in letter asking for military's help
19/09/21 14:21 from CBC | Top Stories News
Union leaders representing thousands of medical workers in Alberta have asked Premier Jason Kenney to deploy the military and Red Cross to shore up a health-care system they say is "collapsing right in front of our eyes," due to rapidly ...
» Why you'll pay more for heat this winter; watch out for fake job scams: CBC's Marketplace Cheat Sheet
19/09/21 13:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.
» Despite pledge to end drinking water advisories, these 2 Manitoba First Nations still live under them
19/09/21 11:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
As residents of Shoal Lake 40 celebrate the end of their boil-water advisory, there are dozens more First Nations in Canada still fighting for access to clean water, including two in northern Manitoba.
» U.S. accelerating removal of Haitian migrants at border with Mexico
19/09/21 10:33 from CBC | Top Stories News
Hundreds of border officials will be sent to help in the processing and possible removal from the U.S. of thousands of migrants, mostly from Haiti, who are camped under a bridge in southern Texas.