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As Canada's national public news and information service, the CBC is committed to a set of values that include accuracy, fairness, balance, impartiality and integrity.
Since the 1930s, CBC News services have kept Canadians at home and abroad informed about their communities, their country and the world. CBC/Radio-Canada is the country’s largest news organization, employing several hundred journalists in Canada and around the globe. Our stories appear on CBC Television, CBC Radio, the CBC News Network, CBCNews.ca and other digital platforms.

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Toronto mayor wants to go to court over council cuts
Toronto mayor wants to go to court over council cuts
4 hours ago
Toronto mayor John Tory says he will support a court challenge to Ontario Premier Doug Ford's bill slashing the number of city council seats. To read more: ...
Canada scraps family reunification lottery
Canada scraps family reunification lottery
4 hours ago
Canada is scrapping the family reunification lottery and moving to a first-come, first-served online system. Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Minister Ahmed ...
Trudeau defends calling heckler racist
Trudeau defends calling heckler racist
9 hours ago
Justin Trudeau is making no apologies for branding a heckler at a recent rally a racist. The prime minister was asked today about last week's incident in Quebec.
CCTV footage of Genoa, Italy, bridge collapse
CCTV footage of Genoa, Italy, bridge collapse
9 hours ago
CCTV footage has been released that shows the collapse of a bridge in Genoa, Italy. A large section of the Morandi Bridge fell Aug. 14 during a heavy downpour ...
#MeToo activist Asia Argento accused of paying off actor over sexual assault complaint
#MeToo activist Asia Argento accused of paying off actor over sexual assault complaint
11 hours ago
Italian actress Asia Argento - one of the most prominent activists of the #MeToo movement- recently settled a complaint filed against her by a young actor and ...
What are the health dangers of wildfire smoke?
What are the health dangers of wildfire smoke?
12 hours ago
Wildfires in B.C. and other parts of the country have many residents dealing with the impacts of smoke. CBC medical contributor Dr. Peter Lin explains some of ...
Woman survives 10 hours in open water after cruise ship fall
Woman survives 10 hours in open water after cruise ship fall
13 hours ago
A British woman fell from the deck of a cruise ship and spent a harrowing 10 hours in the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Croatia before being rescued on Saturday.
South Koreans visit North to meet relatives separated since war
South Koreans visit North to meet relatives separated since war
13 hours ago
Dozens of elderly South Koreans crossed into North Korea on Monday for meetings with relatives most haven't seen since they were separated by the turmoil of ...
Giuliani: The truth isn’t the truth
Giuliani: The truth isn’t the truth
14 hours ago
Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, talks about why the U.S. president shouldn't testify in Robert Mueller's Russia probe. To read more: ...
B.C. Wildfires: Military called in as smoke chokes province
B.C. Wildfires: Military called in as smoke chokes province
Day ago
B.C. Wildfires: The military has been called in to assist with fighting wildfires as smoke continues to choke the province. Several communities remain on ...
Trump says he let White House counsel co-operate with Russia probe
Trump says he let White House counsel co-operate with Russia probe
Day ago
U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted that he allowed White House counsel Don McGahn to co-operate with the Mueller investigation despite a contradictory ...
Air quality warnings issued as B.C. wildfires rage
Air quality warnings issued as B.C. wildfires rage
2 days ago
Air quality warnings have been issued across three provinces as smoke from raging B.C. wildfires moves east into Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and some ...
CBC News Special: Regimental funeral for two Fredericton police officers
CBC News Special: Regimental funeral for two Fredericton police officers
2 days ago
A regimental funeral was held for Fredericton police officers Robb Costello and Sara Burns who were killed in a shooting. To read more: cbc.ca/1.4788856 ...
Kofi Annan dead at 80
Kofi Annan dead at 80
2 days ago
Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan has died at 80. Annan lead the UN from 1997 to 2006 and was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2001. To read ...
NAFTA negotiations face deadlines without timeline
NAFTA negotiations face deadlines without timeline
3 days ago
NAFTA negotiations are up against U.S. midterm and Mexican elections, but the timeline for any deal is unknown. To read more: cbc.ca/1.4787820 ...
ITK president Natan Obed on priorities, challenges for Inuit people
ITK president Natan Obed on priorities, challenges for Inuit people
3 days ago
Newly re-elected Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami president Natan Obed discusses the priorities and challenges for Inuit people and the organization he leads. To read ...
Boler fans descend on Winnipeg for iconic trailer's 50th anniversary
Boler fans descend on Winnipeg for iconic trailer's 50th anniversary
3 days ago
Hundreds of people with bolers, the egg-shaped camping trailer, are gathering in its birthplace of Winnipeg for a 50th anniversary party. To read more: ...
Crazy Rich Asians review: Success is in the details
Crazy Rich Asians review: Success is in the details
3 days ago
Crazy Rich Asians is a movie that works thanks to a cast of heavyweight actors and director Jon M. Chu's attention to detail with the movie's Singapore setting.
What’s Trump’s beef with Canada?
What’s Trump’s beef with Canada?
3 days ago
NATO, NAFTA, dairy and softwood lumber - there's a lot that bothers the U.S. president about Canada. But Donald Trump might be just getting started. To read ...
Ant infestation could bankrupt Edmonton homeowner
Ant infestation could bankrupt Edmonton homeowner
3 days ago
An Edmonton woman fears she could go bankrupt less than two years after buying her first home, which passed inspection but has been plagued by water ...
Children can be influenced by robot peer pressure, study finds
Children can be influenced by robot peer pressure, study finds
3 days ago
A British study has found that robots can influence the thoughts of young children. The research found when children took a test alongside several robots, ...
HMCS Charlottetown makes trip to Iqaluit
HMCS Charlottetown makes trip to Iqaluit
3 days ago
As Canada's North opens up to more trade and transportation, the Canadian government is increasing its presence in the region. HMCS Charlottetown is part of ...
Most CRA auditors believe Canada’s tax system favours the rich
Most CRA auditors believe Canada’s tax system favours the rich
3 days ago
A union-sponsored survey of more than 1700 auditors and other tax professionals who work for the Canada Revenue Agency suggests that even the insiders ...
Trump ‘not negotiating with Canada right now’ over NAFTA
Trump ‘not negotiating with Canada right now’ over NAFTA
4 days ago
U.S. President Donald Trump said his government is not “not negotiating with Canada right now” over NAFTA, but Canadian officials have said talks are ongoing ...
High housing prices hard on millennials
High housing prices hard on millennials
4 days ago
High housing prices in Canada are hitting millennials hard, with new data showing that current wages don't match those from a previous generation while home ...
Powwow dancer meets the stranger who returned his lost regalia
Powwow dancer meets the stranger who returned his lost regalia
4 days ago
Powwow dancer Todd Papequash thought his regalia was gone for good after it fell off his truck on the Trans-Canada highway, but a stranger found it and ...
Madonna still going strong at 60
Madonna still going strong at 60
4 days ago
Madonna turns 60 this week. In a career that spans more than three decades she has solidified herself as a pop culture icon who has sold over 30 million ...
Canadian R&B star Jully Black pays tribute to Aretha Franklin
Canadian R&B star Jully Black pays tribute to Aretha Franklin
4 days ago
Canadian R&B star Jully Black speaks with CBC News about the influence of Aretha Franklin, who died Thursday of pancreatic cancer at age 76. To read more: ...
Dentist who left girl with brain damage ordered to pay $330k for investigation
Dentist who left girl with brain damage ordered to pay $330k for investigation
4 days ago
A now-retired Edmonton dentist whose four-year-old patient suffered permanent brain damage while in his care will pay $330000 to help cover the cost of the ...
Pair paddle 3,000 km from Jasper to Tuktoyaktuk
Pair paddle 3,000 km from Jasper to Tuktoyaktuk
4 days ago
Two women have just completed at 3000-km canoeing adventure that saw them paddle from Jasper, Alberta, to Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories. TA Loeffler ...
Andrew Scheer addresses media about Bernier comments
Andrew Scheer addresses media about Bernier comments
4 days ago
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer spoke to the media about Maxime Bernier's controversial comments earlier this week but wouldn't commit to removing him ...
What's a powwow?
What's a powwow?
4 days ago
There are different types of powwows and the dances have different meanings. Here's a rundown of what you'll see at a powwow, including grass dances and ...
Justin Trudeau speaks on the Canada Child Benefit, Maxime Bernier, new federal holiday
Justin Trudeau speaks on the Canada Child Benefit, Maxime Bernier, new federal holiday
4 days ago
Justin Trudeau spoke on the Canada Child Benefit from Saint-Eustache, Que. Trudeau also answered questions on Maxime Bernier's critiques of "extreme ...
Aretha Franklin dead at 76
Aretha Franklin dead at 76
4 days ago
Aretha Franklin, whose career highlights include performing at Barack Obama's inauguration and hits like Respect and A Natural Woman, died in Detroit ...
900 litres of maple syrup rejected by Saudi Arabia have been sold
900 litres of maple syrup rejected by Saudi Arabia have been sold
4 days ago
Canadians from across the country offered to buy Anna Hutchinson's 900 litres of maple syrup after the government of Saudi Arabia rejected her shipment amid ...
New federal holiday to remember residential schools
New federal holiday to remember residential schools
5 days ago
A new federal holiday in Canada is being created to mark the legacy of residential schools. Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, ...
Political party leaders and opposition in their ranks
Political party leaders and opposition in their ranks
5 days ago
In light of Maxime Bernier's controversial comments, how do party leaders deal with opposing views within their party? To read more: cbc.ca/ »»» Subscribe ...
Indigenous daycare teaching kids songs of the ancestors
Indigenous daycare teaching kids songs of the ancestors
5 days ago
Preschoolers at the Rising Sun Childcare Centre, the only Indigenous daycare in Montreal, are learning traditional Haudenosaunee social songs and dances.
Canada pressed Saudis to release Raif Badawi long before Twitter flap
Canada pressed Saudis to release Raif Badawi long before Twitter flap
5 days ago
The Trudeau government has been raising the case of imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi privately at high levels with Saudi Arabian officials since its first ...
Wildfires prompt state of emergency in B.C.
Wildfires prompt state of emergency in B.C.
5 days ago
The British Columbia government has declared a provincewide state of emergency in response to the ongoing wildfire situation. Minister of Public Safety Mike ...
Dive roller-coaster called highest, fastest, longest
Dive roller-coaster called highest, fastest, longest
5 days ago
Canada's Wonderland is getting a new roller-coaster billed as being the highest, fastest, longest of its kind. The amusement park has released a video to show ...
Edmonton-area berry farms feel sting of intense wasp year
Edmonton-area berry farms feel sting of intense wasp year
5 days ago
Edmonton-area farms are struggling with swarms of wasps ruining berry crops and attacking bee hives. To read more: cbc.ca/1.4785575 »»» Subscribe to ...
Genoa bridge collapse death toll rises as anger in Italy grows
Genoa bridge collapse death toll rises as anger in Italy grows
5 days ago
Rescue workers continue to dig through the rubble of a collapsed bridge in Genoa, Italy, as the death toll rose to 39 and the government blamed the bridge's ...
Aretha Franklin live update
Aretha Franklin live update
6 days ago
A news conference is expected regarding the status of music legend Aretha Franklin from Detroit, Mich. To read more: cbc.ca/ »»» Subscribe to CBC News ...
Parents of Manitoba teen killed in hit-and-run thought son was still at sleepover
Parents of Manitoba teen killed in hit-and-run thought son was still at sleepover
6 days ago
The parents of Ben Harris are struggling to cope after the 15-year-old was killed in a hit-and-run near Lockport, Manitoba. Harris was thrown from his bicycle and ...
Terror probe after car crash at British Parliament
Terror probe after car crash at British Parliament
6 days ago
Three people were injured when a car drove into security barriers outside the British Parliament on Tuesday, and the driver has been arrested on suspicion of ...
At least 20 dead as bridge collapses in Genoa, Italy
At least 20 dead as bridge collapses in Genoa, Italy
6 days ago
A highway bridge has collapsed in Genoa, Italy, during a sudden and violent storm on Tuesday, leaving vehicles crushed in the rubble below. At least 20 people ...
Stepchildren remember Fredericton officer's positive attitude
Stepchildren remember Fredericton officer's positive attitude
7 days ago
Const. Robb Costello's stepchildren Katie and Zach Steeves remember the Fredericton police officer's positive attitude and talk about how they learned he had ...
Maxime Bernier and multiculturalism in Canada
Maxime Bernier and multiculturalism in Canada
7 days ago
Is Canada's multiculturalism bringing people together or dividing them into tribes? Conservative MP Maxime Bernier says Justin Trudeau's is pushing “extreme ...
Ontario announces plans for private pot sales
Ontario announces plans for private pot sales
7 days ago
The Ontario government announced it will allow private pot sales when marijuana is legalized. The province will facilitate online sales of marijuana through the ...
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