Canada

September 19, 2022

Alberta’s opioid crisis takes backseat in UCP leadership race

Few of the candidates to replace Premier Jason Kenney raise the issue in their platforms, and most appear likely to maintain the province’s current approach
September 19, 2022

Morning Update: Queen Elizabeth’s funeral underway as thousands gather to mourn

Queen Elizabeth’s funeral is underway at Westminster Abbey, with tens of thousands of people lining the streets outside
September 19, 2022

Quebec election: Immigration becomes political fodder as parties spar over ‘capacity’

Three weeks into the election campaign, Quebec party leaders have not shied away from putting immigration front and centre
September 19, 2022

Quebec family taking world tour before children lose their vision

Four children are embarking on a trip around the world with their parents before three of them lose their vision because of a genetic disorder
September 19, 2022

'It's a slippery slope': How young men fall into online radicalization

Experts say social media algorithms target young men with extreme content that can lead to radicalization. Some groups are working to dismantle traditional masculinity norms in young men that they say can contribute to extremist beliefs.
September 19, 2022

Watch the National Commemorative Ceremony for Queen Elizabeth on CBC.ca

Following the Queen’s funeral in London, a National Commemorative Ceremony will take place in Ottawa. It begins at 12:10 p.m. on Sept. 19 with a Canadian Armed Forces parade.
September 19, 2022

Military veteran living with chronic pain for a decade says he had to learn to 'push through'

Paul Roos has been living with chronic pain for the last 10 years — a direct result of injuries he sustained while serving as an infantry officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. In August, Roos joined other veterans in a hike to bring awareness to the issue of chronic pain.
September 19, 2022

TIFF 2022: Glamour, glitz and best moments from this year's star-studded festival

The 2022 Toronto International Film Festival has come and gone, a star-studded whirlwind of red carpet moments, boisterous screenings and the odd scandal. CBC News Entertainment brings you the highlights and best moments.
September 19, 2022

Lots of sniping in UCP leadership race, but so few shots fired over inflation

Division and contrast is muted when it comes to how they'd handle the rising cost of living, which polls have routinely shown is the biggest stress-causer among Albertans.
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