March 24, 2023

University of Manitoba satellite set to study the origins of asteroids

An upcoming space mission focused on the origins of asteroids has a Manitoba component.
March 24, 2023

Closing Roxham Road will lead to 'humanitarian catastrophes,' immigration experts warn

Quebec immigration experts and advocates say closing Roxham Road to asylum seekers may go against Canada's international obligations and could result in more deaths at the border, after an already deadly year. 
March 24, 2023

Endangered whale population now threatened by inbreeding, study finds

Study of orcas in North Pacific finds finds signs of inbreeding, which means orcas are dying at a younger age and producing fewer offspring
March 24, 2023

Who pays for First Nations policing, and who benefits? Saskatchewan’s struggles point to problems with funding models

After last year’s stabbings at James Smith Cree Nation, reserves are rethinking how to keep themselves safe – and how to navigate a maze of jurisdictions that Ottawa plans to redesign
March 24, 2023

Ukrainian evacuees are building new lives in Alberta's Bow Valley

The community of Ukrainian evacuees in the Bow Valley now numbers about 160 people. CBC News spoke with two families who are building new lives in Canmore and Banff.
March 24, 2023

Morning Update: Ottawa decided transcript of MP provided no ‘actionable evidence’

Trudeau government learned of allegations against Han Dong weeks ago, but he stepped down from the Liberal caucus on Wednesday
March 24, 2023

Fun with mechanical engineering: Sask. Polytech students get hands-on learning by building hovercraft

About two dozen students at Saskatchewan Polytech have worked together to build hovercrafts over a month, and got a chance to test their abilities this week.
March 24, 2023

Ottawa firefighter fired, captain suspended after investigation into alleged hate crime

An Ottawa firefighter charged for allegedly attacking the department's first openly non-binary firefighter has been let go from his job. A captain was suspended without pay for three days for failing to report the incident.
March 24, 2023

Why Saskatchewan's claim that province is 'most affordable' in Canada doesn't add up

The Saskatchewan government claims in its latest budget that the province is the most affordable in Canada, but some say that math only applies to people already able to get by.
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