Canada

February 14, 2024

Happily ever after: revisiting 2 couples who fought for gay marriage in N.B.

Two couples who fought for gay marriage in New Brunswick in 2005 are still going strong almost 20 years later.
February 14, 2024

Why some P.E.I. bus drivers are getting fed up with their new electric school buses

Three years ago, the P.E.I. government rolled out its new electric school buses with much fanfare. But school bus drivers say the buses are plagued with problems, leaving sometimes 16 to 18 of the buses in the shop at any one time.
February 14, 2024

2 years to Italy: An early look at Canada's potential Olympic women's hockey roster

The PWHL is set to change not just how Canada selects its roster, but who's on it.
February 14, 2024

Its only school ripped away by arson, Eabametoong First Nation focuses on healing and keeping kids in class

In Eabametoong First Nation, where its only school was razed by arson last month, leaders pushing to get a temporary school built by September face many infrastructure challenges. In the meantime, people in the remote community in northwestern Ontario are trying to cope with the loss. "I thought of the school as my friend," says a kindergarten teacher.
February 14, 2024

'We've come so far:' Indigenous stars talk representation and role models

Two actors who never expected stardom talk about what it's like to appear in some of the year's most popular shows featuring Indigenous actors.
February 14, 2024

Authenticity, connection and representation: What Matthew R. Morris brings to his classroom

Matthew R. Morris grew up in Scarborough both a good student and an athletic talent, yet it was always the latter that his teachers encouraged. Now a teacher himself, he's challenging stereotypes of Black male identity and, by bringing his whole self to the classroom, setting an example for his students.
February 14, 2024

As lighthouse keepers, we've kept our love alive through endless storms

Caroline Woodward worked as a lighthouse keeper on the Pacific Coast for many years. The lessons she and her husband learned from that experience have carried them through retirement.
February 14, 2024

12 Ontario men, 1 American arrested in Niagara for trafficking young people: police

The suspects, who range in age from 20 to 60 years old, face charges related to child luring, obtaining sexual services and inviting sexual exploitation of a young person, Niagara police say. The Niagara Region is an 'epicentre' for trafficking in Ontario, says the local YWCA.
February 14, 2024

Meet the people making countries connect by building the Gordie Howe bridge

The Gordie Howe International Bridge connecting Ontario and Michigan has been under construction since 2018, with its opening slated for September 2025. Some of the people working on the project took the time to talk to CBC Windsor about their role in bringing this massive piece of infrastructure to life.
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