• Obama to Bill Clinton after Peres funeral: 'Let's go!'

    President Barack Obama was left cooling his heels after attending the funeral for Israel's Shimon Peres as former President Bill Clinton chatted on the tarmac. At one point, Obama yells, "Bill, let's go." He claps his hands to get Clinton's attention and motions for Clinton to come aboard.

    The Canadian Press
  • Man charged after body of Japanese student found at downtown Vancouver mansion

    Vancouver police have confirmed one man has been charged after the body of missing Japanese student Natsumi Kogawa was found at a mansion in Vancouver's West End. Kogawa's body was discovered at the historic downtown building known as the Gabriola Mansion shortly before 7 p.m. on Wednesday. William Victor Schneider, 48, was arrested in Vernon, B.C., just before midnight the same day and charged with indignity to a human body.

  • Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively welcome their second child

    The Cafe Society star and Ryan, 39, have made it no secret that they would like to expand their family. Likewise, Ryan told Details magazine earlier this year, "We'd love to have a big family. In August, Blake celebrated her baby’s impending arrival with a private baby shower at the Bedford Post Inn in New York.

  • B.C. wants dangerous dogs registry unlike Montreal’s breed-specific ban

    CBC] British Columbia is considering a dangerous offenders registry for dogs — unlike breed-specific bans like the one that passed this week in Montreal. A vote on the provincewide implementation of a registry for dogs deemed dangerous because of bad behaviour will happen in October. The issue has come to the forefront in B.C. this week as an elderly woman was seriously injured when her dog attacked her Monday and a dog was killed in a fight with another dog in Langley the following day.  Earlier this year the B.C. SPCA also proposed a dangerous dogs registry in the province. The B.C. registry would not apply to a specific breed like pitbulls. “To single out a particular breed seemed to miss the mark, we’re trying to deal with dangerous dogs of any breed,“ Pitt Meadows Mayor John Becker told CBC News.  And having a provincewide registry allows different B.C. municipalities to track a dog even if its owners move to a new city or town.

    Daily Brew
  • Senior Hells Angel convicted in elaborate RCMP cocaine sting

    A B.C. Supreme Court justice has convicted a senior member of the Hells Angels of conspiring to import and traffic cocaine following an elaborate RCMP sting operation. David Giles was one of five men on trial in Vancouver in connection with a 2012 undercover operation which saw investigators posing as organized criminals in meetings from Vancouver to Panama City. According to a decision written by Justice Carol Ross, Giles told officers he thought were with a South American drug cartel that he was broke after fighting previous charges and trying to get back on his feet.

  • Google removes restaurant review that focused on employee's face

    The review was posted last week by someone identifying himself as Jeff Chambers. "I want to thank you and CBC for feeling that the issue was something that needed attention," wrote Bernaudo in an email sent to CBC this morning.

  • Super-luxury yacht anchored in Saint John harbour

    A super-luxury yacht said to be worth around $80 million U.S. anchored in Saint John harbour this week.

  • Parents claim schools not allowing kids to eat 'unhealthy' snacks

    Fri, Sep 30: Parents at an elementary school in Ajax, Ont. claim teachers are not allowing students to eat certain snacks deemed unhealthy. Cindy Pom explains.

    Global News
  • Trump: Presidential campaign could be good for his hotels

    Donald Trump suggests in a videotaped deposition released Friday that his presidential campaign could boost business at his hotels and increase the value of his personal brand. District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Brian Holeman ordered the release of Trump's deposition from June following requests filed by news organizations. Trump's company sued Geoffrey Zakarian last year when the restaurateur withdrew from his lease to open a high-end eatery in the new Trump International Hotel in Washington after the candidate characterized Mexicans as being criminals, drug dealers and rapists.

    The Canadian Press
  • Prince William and Kate cheered on by crowds as they paddled into Haida Gwaii in a canoe

    Prince William and Kate made a memorable entrance on Friday (Sept. 30) as they arrived in Haida Gwaii! The royal couple looked completely at ease as they helped paddle a canoe that brought them towards cheering crowds who had come to catch a glimpse of the pair on the penultimate day of their royal tour in Canada. Prince George was spotted looking fascinated by bubbles that were being blown, while Charlotte had a whale of a time bouncing up and down on a golden retriever and poodle cross called Moose.

  • 'This thing could just explode': dead sea lion concerns Point Grey beach users

    A sea lion carcass washed up on the beach in Vancouver's Point Grey neighbourhood is attracting plenty of attention, and some beach users are hoping that someone steps in to dispose of the bloating beast. It could just explode," said nearby resident Ross McIntosh, who walks on the beach near MacDonald Street every day. McIntosh is concerned the animal's thick flesh will allow enough pressure to build up that the carcass catastrophically erupts, but according to Vancouver Aquarium research biologist Chad Nordstrom, that seems unlikely.

  • Convicted murderer escapes from Sask. prison

    Police are searching for a convicted murderer who escaped from the Saskatchewan Penitentiary in Prince Albert, Sask. today. 

  • Grieving mother calls provincial pothole fix 'total insult' to daughter's memory

    "The turn's so sharp when she looked up there was a truck and a travel trailer coming towards her," said Michelle. Michelle was told Amber had nearly gained control of the vehicle when the car came up on a second dip in the road. "I was every day making phone call after phone call, not getting answers," Michelle told CBC News.

  • Thunder Bay police officer's Facebook post prompts professional standards investigation

    A Thunder Bay, Ont., police officer who posted on Facebook that "Natives are killing Natives" is the subject of an internal investigation launched Thursday by the city's police service. Steudle was responding to a post on the local paper's Facebook page on Sept. 17. CBC News has verified Steudle's identity, and Thunder Bay police spokesman Chris Adams confirmed the post is the one referred to in the media release announcing the investigation into comments "alleged" to involve members of the Thunder Bay Police Service.

  • 3 Chinese fishermen dead after clash with SKorea coast guard

    Three Chinese fishermen likely died from smoke inhalation after a fire erupted when South Korean coast guard officers threw "flashbang" grenades into their boat, which had been fishing illegally, officials said Friday. The latest in a series of violent clashes between South Korea's coast guard and Chinese fishing boats venturing farther from their increasingly barren home waters occurred Thursday when a South Korean coast guard vessel tried to stop the Chinese boat from suspected illegal fishing about 70 kilometres (45 miles) from an island off South Korea's southwestern coast. The vessel, which carried 17 fishermen, initially resisted and fled before South Korean coast guard officers managed to board the boat and threw flashbang grenades into its locked steering room, the coast guard said in a statement.

    The Canadian Press
  • Canada has been truly dominant during six-plus years of perfection

    Indeed, it's been a while since Team Canada dropped its last game, a 5-3 decision to the United States in the preliminary round of the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver. The Canadians have been on a remarkable tear in the nearly seven years since, winners now of 16 straight games and three straight best-on-best tournaments, including two Olympic gold medals and the 2016 World Cup. The numbers during the unbeaten run are staggering: Canada has outscored its opponents 62-20 and outshot them 40-26 on average.

    The Canadian Press
  • Winnipeg man charged with immigration fraud

    A Winnipeg man is charged with committing immigration fraud for allegedly acting as a consultant when he wasn't licensed to do so. Hae Suk Yoon faces five charges under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and one under the Criminal Code for the alleged offences, which occurred between March 31, 2009, and Nov. 4, 2014, the Canada Border Services Agency said. Yoon allegedly acted as a paid immigration consultant and, in addition to his own misrepresentation, instructed foreign nationals on how to misrepresent facts to immigration officials, border services officials allege.

  • Q&A with UofT psych prof who’s taking on political correctness

    University of Toronto psychology professor Jordan Peterson has caused a stir with a YouTube lecture decrying the ills of political correctness. The hour-long presentation by Peterson focuses largely on the federal legislation Bill C-16 that would enshrine gender identity and gender expression within the Canadian Human Rights Act, and the definition of gender discrimination by the Ontario Human Rights Commission.

    Daily Brew
  • Man suspected of killing parents, then 17 neighbours in China

    Police say a villager in southwest China killed his parents and then 17 neighbours in an attempt to cover up his crime, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Friday. An investigation found that Yang Qingpei argued with his parents over money on Wednesday evening and killed them, Xinhua said. Fearing he would be identified as the killer, he then murdered 17 neighbours in the village of Yema, it said, citing police in southwestern Yunnan province where the village is located.

    The Canadian Press
  • Foster parents lose emergency motion in Supreme Court to keep Metis toddler

    The last time a pair of British Columbia foster parents saw the Metis toddler they have raised almost since birth, the little girl was being carried away in the arms of her new adoptive parents. "As they were walking away, she was calling out to us and we weren't allowed to do anything," the emotional foster mother recalled in an interview Thursday. The Vancouver Island couple has lost multiple court battles to adopt the nearly three-year-old girl.

    The Canadian Press
  • Polish explorer says he's found deepest underwater cave

    A team of explorers say they have discovered the world's deepest underwater cave, 404 metres (1,325 feet) down, near the eastern Czech town of Hranice. Polish explorer Krzysztof Starnawski, who led the team, told The Associated Press Friday he felt like a "Columbus of the 21th century" to have made the discovery. Starnawski, 48, found the cave Tuesday in the flooded limestone Hranicka Propast, or Hranice Abyss, which he has explored since 1998.

    The Canadian Press
  • Orange Shirt Day: How Phyllis Webstad's 1st day at residential school inspired a movement

    Today is Orange Shirt Day — a day to remember what happened to First Nations students at residential schools across Canada. You've probably heard of Pink Shirt Day — a day to raise awareness around bullying that was inspired by the story of a Nova Scotia boy who was bullied for wearing a pink shirt on the first day of school. Orange Shirt Day was inspired by Phyllis Jack Webstad, a Stswecem'c Xgat'tem First Nation elder in Williams Lake, B.C., and by her first day at residential school in 1973, when she was six.

  • Wear rubber boots when exploring your flooded basement

    With hundreds of homes flooded in Tecumseh and Windsor, safety officials are warning residents to be careful not to injure themselves when working on getting rid of the water. Jim Parker, president of the construction company Parker D.K.I., suggested several tips, including that homeowners remove any dry material, if they can.

  • Passenger, pilot found in good condition after plane crash in N.W.T.

    Two people were found in good condition Friday, a day after the plane they were on crashed in the Northwest Territories.

  • Regina Votes: Evangeline Godron has hemp-based solution to infrastructure

    Godron is a playwright and seasoned activist who ran as a Green Party MLA in the last election. Godron said her first taste of activism came when she was roughly four or five years old. ​"You can make anything from hemp that you can make from oil," she said of the crop and its uses.



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