May 18, 2023

Shooting in Coquitlam sends one to hospital, RCMP believe it to be targeted incident

RCMP say the shooting is very concerning because the area was highly populated at the time
May 18, 2023

Thousands to pay tribute to OPP officer killed on the job in Bourget shooting

Eric Mueller and two other officers were shot after they approached a house at 2 a.m. in the small town of Bourget, outside of Ottawa, after neighbours complained about the sound of gunshots
May 18, 2023

Morning Update: Sending B.C. cancer patients to U.S. for care will triple costs

Treatment that would cost $3,854 per patient in B.C. will come to $12,277 at private U.S. centres, health ministry says
May 18, 2023

Canadian artist hired to promote tourism for Taiwan’s Indigenous community

Years of appeals by activists have helped preserve the Alangyi Historic Trail and establish a nature preserve
May 18, 2023

After N.B.'s deadliest year, COVID-related strokes and heart attacks are in the spotlight

New data from Statistics Canada suggests 9,288 people died in the province through 2022. If officially confirmed, the number will be a record for New Brunswick, obliterating the previous high set in 2021 by 1,179 deaths.
May 18, 2023

Ottawa argues in legal document it is not responsible for paying for First Nations policing

Appellate brief that seeks to quash human-rights ruling says federal funding for First Nations police forces exists at the government’s discretion
May 18, 2023

Nova Scotia clears the way for kelp farming, an untapped market that could be worth millions

The province will allow shellfish farmers to add kelp to aquaculture leases in a move to get an industry started. Like other seaweeds, kelp can be processed — often dried and crushed — and used as an additive to food, health and beauty products.
May 18, 2023

Ben Stiller lends support to group raising money for women's shelter in N.L.

A community group on the Bonavista Peninsula is one step closer to being able to afford its own women's shelter.
May 18, 2023

Fighting for air filters in schools showed me why Alberta needs an unfiltered public health office

When there are different points of view and complicated evidence, the ability to hear directly and fully from experts is paramount, writes Paul Lu. His opinion piece is part of a series of personal essays the CBC is running ahead of the Alberta election.
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