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 2021-04-19 10:30 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Rapid Housing Initiative aims to build 85 homes in seven northwestern Ontario Indigenous comunities...

Eighty-five new homes will be built in northwestern Ontario Indigenous communities through the federal government's Rapid Housing Initiative....

 2021-04-19 10:00 

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[ Sudbury ]

Thorneloe heading to court to stop Laurentian's attempt to end federation...

The president of Thorneloe University, which has launched a court challenge against Laurentian University's move to cut ties with its fellow Sudbury, Ont., school, can't unilaterally terminate its relationship with its federated partners....

 2021-04-19 10:00 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Winnipeg family rolls out red carpet for daughter's role in Nobody...

Nine-year-old Paisley Cadorath plays Abby Mansell in Nobody, a new film that stars Bob Odenkirk, best known for his roles in Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Cadorath's family rolled out the red carpet to screen the film Friday night....

 2021-04-19 10:00 

CBC

[ North News ]

'If not this, then what?' GN says Baffinland expansion is the best bet to boost economy...

The government of Nunavut says the jobs Baffinland's Phase 2 expansion would create is more than any other opportunity available right now....

 2021-04-19 10:00 

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[ North News ]

More than two dozen witnesses expected to testify at murder trial...

The trial of a man accused of murdering and robbing a man in Hay River begins in Northwest Territories Supreme Court in Yellowknife on Monday. James George Thomas is charged with first degree murder and robbery in connection with the death of 25-year-old ...

 2021-04-19 10:00 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Group working to restore Charlottetown pond to natural state...

Dredging is underway at a well-known pond in Charlottetown to improve the health of the ecosystem....

 2021-04-19 10:00 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Caseloads 'absolute insanity,' says Winnipeg CFS worker who hasn't seen some clients in months...

Over seven years after the Phoenix Sinclair inquiry made recommendations to prevent the death of another child in care, key changes remain unfulfilled, including reduced caseloads for workers....

 2021-04-19 09:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Collisions plummeted in N.L. last year, but don't count on lower insurance costs...

To no one's surprise, statistics reveal that collisions in areas patrolled by the RNC plummeted last year as drivers stayed home because of the pandemic. But it's not yet clear whether that will mean lower insurance costs in the future....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Montreal ]

Montreal police, Vlo Qubec call on cyclists to download app aimed at preventing bike thefts...

Vlo Qubec estimates anywhere between 15,000 and 25,000 bikes are stolen every year in Montreal alone....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

Another sexual harassment complainant turned away from Human Rights Commission...

A second woman alleging sexual harassment against a Spryfield business was turned away from the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission because of the 12-month statute of limitations....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Emails show police chief's upset over perception of force after Chantel Moore shooting...

Edmundston's police chief chafed at scathing comments by federal leaders after one of the force's officers killed Chantel Moore last June, newly released documents show....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

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[ Manitoba ]

Pimicikamak uses extra doses to vaccinate 180 teachers against COVID-19 in Thompson...

Roughly four out of every five teachers in Thompson have now gotten at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot, thanks largely to a nearby First Nation sharing its allotted doses last week....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Prince Edward Island ]

Red Shores prepares for racing season with new rules to monitor horse health...

Horses coming to train and race at the Red Shores racetrack in Charlottetown will need to have two negative tests for strangles, and trainers will have to sign a form verifying they are closely monitoring the health of their horses....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

Halifax airport sees jump in cargo plane traffic...

The Halifax Stanfield International Airport is experiencing a jump in air freight traffic, with dozens of additional cargo planes landing at the site last month. Among them are British Airways jets from London's Heathrow Airport....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Toronto ]

Toronto doctors advocate for higher vaccine priority for pregnant people as ICU rates climb...

Doctors who work with pregnant people are advocating for them to be put at a higher priority for receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, as more become sick with the virus during the third wave....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Saskatchewan ]

Regina gets second community fridge to help fight food insecurity...

The Cathedral Community Fridge offers everything from fresh produce to sanitary products, no questions asked....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

'We are coming to the brick wall': Sydney clinic will close this month without financial help...

A doctor at one of the few walk-in clinics in Sydney says the service will end this month unless Nova Scotia's health authority provides some help with operating costs....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Sudbury ]

Food bank use up 37% over past year for Inner City Home of Sudbury...

Inner City Home of Sudbury has seen a 37% increase in usage over the past year. The food bank agency distributes food and provides support programs to households in need....

 2021-04-19 09:00 

CBC

[ Windsor ]

UWindsor analyst mapped vaccine pharmacies across Ontario and has pinpointed service gaps...

A data analyst at the University of Windsor, who is exploring the connection between COVID-19 vaccines and neighbourhood demographics, says some areas need better access to the shot....

 2021-04-19 08:30 

CBC

[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Why 'unusable' PPE from the feds has been cluttering N.L.'s pandemic warehouse...

There are piles of personal protective equipment that don't meet provincial standards lying around occupying space — lots of space — in Newfoundland and Labrador's pandemic warehouse....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

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Meet the Canadian doctors working to identify and treat the rare blood clots linked to COVID-19 vaccines...

A McMaster University lab has become key to the country's efforts to identify rare cases of blood clotting linked to certain COVID-19 vaccines, and giving those affected the best possible treatment....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

How a COVID-19 vaccine can (and cannot) affect menstruation, mammograms and more...

Four health experts told CBC News there are key findings women can keep in mind when getting the COVID-19 vaccine — particularly if they are pregnant, booking a mammogram or a fertility treatment, or wondering whether it can disrupt their menstrual ...

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

Bold climate targets matter as Canada gears up for U.S. summit, but real action matters more...

When it comes to climate policy, clean infrastructure investments are necessary but most emission reductions will come from a combination of carbon pricing and regulations, such as fuel, vehicle and power standards, write Merran Smith and Sarah Petrevan....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

CRA has nearly 1,200 complaints of companies misusing COVID money, but has issued no fines...

The Canada Revenue Agency has received nearly 1,200 complaints about companies allegedly misusing federal support money designed to protect jobs during the pandemic. But the CEWS program places few restrictions on how recipient companies operate, so Ottaw...

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

Woman with dementia locked into 10-year home-heating contract — with a $15K lien on her property...

Homeowners say they are being blindsided with thousands of dollars' worth of liens on their properties after signing contracts for heating and air conditioning equipment that are worth a fraction of what they're paying. Government attempts to fix ...

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Working from home on-reserve due to COVID-19? You may qualify for an income tax exemption...

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have been working from home. First Nations people working from home on-reserve may qualify for income tax exemption....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

[ Sudbury ]

Don't blame CCAA process for Laurentian University's financial troubles, insolvency expert says...

Sudbury Liberal MP Paul Lefebvre will table a private member's bill today targeting the process that's allowed Laurentian University to operate while restructuring, which has led to public outcry over deep staff and program cuts. However, one inso...

 2021-04-19 08:00 

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[ Montreal ]

Why downtown offices aren't obsolete, even after a pandemic...

Facing a screen does not signify being productive....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Union calls for better protections after surge in COVID-19 cases among drivers...

A sharp climb in the number of OC Transpo drivers recently testing positive for COVID-19 is prompting employees and their union leadership to demand more protective measures, including the return of rear-bus boarding and accelerated vaccinations....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

[ Ottawa ]

What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Monday, April 19...

Here's CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Rain, drizzle, fog? It works for the photos in this week's audience gallery...

Have a photo you'd like us to see? Email us! Our address is nlphotos@cbc.ca....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

[ Ottawa ]

Ottawa airport looking for a lift in federal budget...

The CEO of the Ottawa International Airport is warning it could take years to restore international routes grounded by the pandemic, and return the capital to the air travel hub it once was....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

Expanded during pandemic, virtual medical care offers big climate benefits: researchers...

Researchers have said there can significant benefits from online medical visits or telephone appointments for patients, as they reduce costs, travel time and can be quicker than in-person visits. Now some medical staff in B.C. and N.S. are looking at the ...

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

[ Montreal ]

Treatment clinics for violent men want bigger role in Quebec's fight against domestic violence...

The bulk of the money the province is spending to curb domestic violence is going toward women's shelters. There are concerns the government isn't giving treatment centres for violent men enough resources to work with....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

[ Toronto ]

Recommendation expected in May on Ford supporter's Christian college application to become university...

The independent board reviewing Canada Christian College's applications to call itself a university and offer new degree programs expects to make a recommendation to the Ontario government on whether or not to approve the controversial request next mo...

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

Freeland's 1st budget could be one of the most significant in decades. Here's how to watch and listen...

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will deliver her first federal budget today — Canada's first in two years. Here's how to keep up with the day's events....

 2021-04-19 08:00 

CBC

Families of railroaders killed in runaway train derailment in 2019 sue CP Railway and Ottawa...

Lawsuits filed by two of the three families of railroaders killed near Field, B.C., in February 2019 allege that Canadian Pacific Railway ran a questionable investigation with its own police force and used cars it knew had faulty brakes in an effort to sa...

 2021-04-19 04:42 

CBC

Lucas Cavallini lifts Whitecaps past Timbers in Cascadia Cup opener...

Lucas Cavallini scored in the 49th minute and the Vancouver Whitecaps kicked off the 2021 Cascadia Cup with a 1-0 win over the Portland Timbers in the season opener for both teams on Sunday night....

 2021-04-19 04:00 

CBC

How Ontario was led into a COVID-19 crisis...

Military-style field hospitals in the middle of Toronto. A children's ICU filling up with dying adults. Medical advisers at the end of their rope. Today, host Jayme Poisson looks at the choices Premier Doug Ford made in recent months and how they led ...

 2021-04-19 01:58 

CBC

Boucher scores 31 points to lift Raptors over Thunder in battle of Montrealers...

Chris Boucher had 31 points and 11 rebounds, and the Toronto Raptors extended Oklahoma City's season-worst losing streak to 10 games, beating the Thunder 112-106 on Sunday night....

 2021-04-19 00:35 

CBC

[ Montreal ]

'Pro-mask, anti-curfew' protesters gather at Jeanne-Mance Park...

The organizers of the protest say that while they support public health measures, such as masking, the 8.p.m curfew has had a disproportionate impact on marginalized groups in the province....

 2021-04-19 00:19 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Tree-range chickens: How raising poultry in the woods of B.C. could improve food security for some communities...

Raising chickens in the woods is being touted as a way to help improve the food security of First Nation communities by providing an alternative to dwindling supplies of traditional foods such as moose and salmon....

 2021-04-18 23:57 

CBC

[ Toronto ]

Ontario may have trouble getting nurses from other parts of Canada due to shortages...

Ontario may be hard pressed to get nurses from other parts of Canada to help it cope with the pandemic because some provinces and territories are experiencing their own shortages, says the head of a professional association that represents nurses across t...

 2021-04-18 23:44 

CBC

Puck drops in Canucks' 1st game back from COVID-19 outbreak...

The Vancouver Canucks have officially returned from their extended COVID-19 hiatus. The puck has dropped in Vancouver's tilt with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Canucks' first game action since March 24....

 2021-04-18 23:30 

CBC

[ Edmonton ]

Sister of N.S. shooting victim organizes memorial walk in rural Alberta...

A woman who lost a sister and her family in last year's mass killing in Nova Scotia organized a walk in Cardiff, Alta. on Sunday to commemorate the tragedy....

 2021-04-18 23:23 

CBC

[ Toronto ]

Ontario lowering minimum age for AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine to 40 from 55...

Ontario will start offering the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine to people 40 years of age and over starting Tuesday....

 2021-04-18 23:10 

CBC

[ Saskatoon ]

Accidental garage fire in Saskatoon causes $120 K in damages...

Crews from the Saskatoon Fire Department were called to the 900 block of Avenue L North at around 1 p.m. for reports a detached garage was going up in flames, according to a news release....

 2021-04-18 22:54 

CBC

[ Edmonton ]

Alberta reports 1,516 new COVID-19 cases as province weighs options to expand AstraZeneca eligibility...

Alberta reported 1,516 new COVID-19 cases and three more deaths Sunday, as the province continues to combat sluggish uptake of the AstraZeneca vaccine....

 2021-04-18 22:36 

CBC

Stewart Cink caps off record-breaking week with win at RBC Heritage...

Stewart Cink shot a steady, stress-free 70 to cap off a dominant, record-breaking week and win his third RBC Heritage title on Sunday in Hilton Head Island, S.C....

 2021-04-18 22:28 

CBC

Federal budget to commit more than $2B for child-care, deficit not to exceed $400B: source...

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will deliver the Liberal government's first budget in two years on Monday, laying out more than $2 billion for a national child-care program while keeping the federal deficit for the past year under the $400 billion ...

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