» CN steps up with $33B offer for Kansas City Southern, besting CP's $25B bid
20/04/21 12:46 from CBC | Top Stories News
Canadian National Railway Co. is trying to buy U.S. railway Kansas City Southern out from under the nose of rival Canadian Pacific, which launched a takeover offer of its own for the U.S. carrier last month.

» Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Tuesday
20/04/21 11:21 from CBC | Top Stories News
Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health is urging people to follow public health rules and get their vaccine as soon as possible after health officials reported 15 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday — the highest daily case number in ...

» 150 pounds off and counting: N.L. man uses lockdown to slim down
20/04/21 08:30 from CBC | Top Stories News
In a year that has seen life turned upside down by the COVID-19 global pandemic, Kyle White made a 180-degree turn in his own life by dropping some bad habits and more than 150 pounds.

» This B.C. city sold bus ads in Vancouver and Toronto promising affordable homes. Now prices are skyrocketing
20/04/21 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Prince George once bought ads on Vancouver's Skytrain promising affordable housing. Now it's dealing with its own real estate bubble, and locals fear they will be priced out of the market.

» The world watches a Minneapolis jury and braces for reaction to Chauvin trial outcome
20/04/21 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
The killing of George Floyd unleashed a global storm, and now multiple cities are preparing for the fallout from the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin. Windows are being boarded up, the National Guard has been deployed and pol...

» Quebec court rules today on whether religious symbols ban violates Constitution
20/04/21 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
A Quebec Superior Court judge will issue a ruling later this morning on whether the province's controversial ban on religious symbols is constitutional. The ruling could have far-reaching implications for the rest of the country.

» Veterans Affairs won't release its review into former soldier who fatally shot his family, himself
20/04/21 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Veterans Affairs conducted an internal review into the circumstances leading up to the day an Afghanistan veteran with severe post-traumatic stress disorder shot his family and himself — but never shared the existence of that review or i...

» Federal budget resurrects 'economic harm' warning as fighter jet contract nears
20/04/21 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Defence contractors, perhaps one in particular, were served notice in Monday's budget that the Liberal government will penalize companies that try to do the country economic harm. The policy was a feature of a nasty trade dispute between...

» Prince George was once a city of affordable homes. Not anymore
20/04/21 08:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Prince George once bought ads on Vancouver's SkyTrain promising affordable housing. Now it's dealing with its own real estate bubble, and locals fear they will be priced out of the market.

» What you need to know about B.C.'s new travel restrictions
20/04/21 02:41 from CBC | Top Stories News

» Patrick Marleau plays 1,768th game, overtakes Gordie Howe for most in NHL history
20/04/21 02:22 from CBC | Top Stories News
San Jose Sharks forward Patrick Marleau surpassed Gordie Howe's Gordie How on the NHL's all-time games played list Monday during a game against the Vegas Golden Knights.

» The National On Demand: Liberals’ big spending pandemic budget | April 19, 2021
20/04/21 02:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Liberals look to spend big money on big promises as the government plans for a post-pandemic Canada. Plus, At Issue looks at the politics behind all the spending.

» NASA's Ingenuity helicopter makes historic 1st flight on Mars
19/04/21 21:56 from CBC | Top Stories News
NASA's experimental Mars helicopter Ingenuity has achieved the first powered, controlled flight on another planet.

» What the jury will consider as it deliberates fate of ex-police officer charged with killing George Floyd
19/04/21 21:14 from CBC | Top Stories News
Did former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin act reasonably and within his authority when he applied force during the arrest of George Floyd? And did those actions, including his knee pressed on the neck and back of the 46-year-ol...

» Budget sets aside almost $400M to tackle sexual misconduct in the military
19/04/21 21:04 from CBC | Top Stories News
The Liberal government has set aside hundreds of millions dollars to combat sexual misconduct in the military, bolster continental defence and reinforce Canada’s commitment to NATO.

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