January 8, 2023

B.C. paramedics, government announce tentative deal after talks with veteran mediator

B.C. paramedics, government reach tentative deal
January 8, 2023

‘Three Amigos’ gather this week in Mexico City for trilateral summit

Trudeau heads to Mexico for ‘Three Amigos’ summit
January 8, 2023

Canadians to mark third anniversary of Iran shooting down Flight PS752

Ceremonies planned in 12 Canadian cities, 26 countries to honour the 176 victims after Ukraine International Airlines jetliner was shot down shortly after takeoff from Tehran in January 2020
January 8, 2023

The Garage Gang: Four decades of square dancing, mischief and friendship on P.E.I.

A group of Islanders have been meeting up regularly for 40 years, their bond withstanding the test of time and life’s hardships.
January 8, 2023

Looking to get into lobster fishing? You'll need deep pockets

The price of getting a licence, boat and gear to fish for lobster continues to climb. Some in the industry say the prices are as high as $1.8 million, depending on the season and the harbour.
January 8, 2023

These scientists are using underwater drones to reveal the 'weirdly complicated' world of ocean carbon

In the face of climate change, there's a lot scientists don't know about carbon emissions after they enter the ocean. But one team based in Newfoundland are trying to change that.
January 8, 2023

Book recovered from Franklin ship could show whether other written items are salvageable, historian says

A leather-bound folio found one of Capt. John Franklin's doomed Arctic ships might show how recoverable other documents might be in future searches, according to historian Ken McGoogan.
January 8, 2023

Inside this Montreal museum’s vaults full of Québécois history

Calling all Québécois and Canadian history buffs: Christian Vachon, curator at the McCord Stewart Museum in Montreal, takes CBC News on an underground tour to check out some of the 200,000 objects that are locked in the museum's vaults.
January 8, 2023

Three years after PS752 was shot down, victims' families say they're still pushing Ottawa to act

Today marks three years since Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps fired a pair of surface-to-air missiles at a civilian plane over the skies of Tehran killing all 176 people onboard. The government has made progress on some of the victims' families' demands, but not others.
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