RARE GRIZZLY BEAR ATTACK IN ALBERTA KILLS COUPLE DURING BACKCOUNTRY HIKEA grizzly bear attacked and killed two people in banff national park west of sundre, alta., on friday night, parks canada says. a human-wildlife conflict specialist based in alberta said deadly bear encounters are rare, with only 14 per cent of grizzly bear attacks worldwide leading to fatalities. ..
EU FOREIGN MINISTERS MEET FOR FIRST TIME IN UKRAINE IN HISTORIC SHOW OF SUP ..Eu foreign ministers convened in kyiv for their first ever meeting outside the bloc on monday, broadcasting their support after a pro-russian candidate won an election in slovakia and the u.s. congress left ukraine war aid out of its spending bill. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: ..
IT'S THE JOB OF THE SPEAKER AND THEIR STAFF TO ASSESS GUESTS FOR POLITICAL ..Desc: anthony rota resigned as speaker last week after a veteran who fought with the nazis was honoured in the house of commons. former house speaker geoff regan says it's not the parliamentary protective service's job to assess guests for political risk. 'it's always been up to the speaker and thei ..
THIS IS CANADA'S LAST MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAMBehind the scenes of life playing for canada's only minor league baseball team — a team where most players make less than $20,000 per season. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for breaking news, video, audio and in-depth cove ..
WHY YOU SHOULD STEER CLEAR OF AMOROUS ELKSpring may be the season for birds and bees, but autumn is the time of year when male elk become aggressive in their competition for mates. james mccormick, a human-wildlife coexistence specialist with parks canada, shares some warning signs that can keep you safe. correction: a previous version of ..
WHY SMALL-TOWN SIRENS ARE A SIGN OF CANADIAN HISTORYSome alberta communities are familiar with a daily, noisy notice that it's noon, while others may find the sound alarming. the cbc's lauren fink visited communities that have had sirens for decades to find out why they're there and why they blare. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: ..
DONALD TRUMP IN COURT TODAY FOR THE START OF HIS FRAUD TRIAL IN NEW YORKDonald trump is back in a new york court on monday in a civil fraud case that could deal a major blow to the former u.s. president's real estate empire. trump was defiant upon arrival at the court, deeming the case a 'scam and a sham.' »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.l ..
SCIENTISTS KATALIN KARIKO, DREW WEISSMAN WIN NOBEL PRIZE IN MEDICINE FOR WO ..The nobel prize in physiology or medicine has been awarded to scientists katalin kariko and drew weissman for discoveries enabling the development of mrna covid-19 vaccines, the award-giving body said on monday. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with ..
IS BOOSTING MINIMUM WAGE ENOUGH TO OFFSET THE RISING COST OF LIVING?Six provinces in canada have increased the minimum wage for workers as the higher cost of everything continues to make necessities like food and shelter harder to reach for more and more canadians. but advocates are making fresh calls for governments to do more, including a new appeal for a national ..
OTTAWA CALLED ON TO RELEASE WAR CRIME RECORDS, 2 DEAD IN BANFF BEAR ATTACK ..Pressure is mounting on canada's government to release a decades-old secret report that looked into the presence of nazi war criminals in canada after the second world war. and in alberta, two people are dead after a grizzly bear attack in a remote part of banff national park. these are just some o ..
ONTARIANS CAN NOW VISIT A PHARMACIST TO TREAT 6 MORE COMMON AILMENTSHealth minister sylvia jones says ontario has added six more common ailments to the list of conditions pharmacists can diagnose and treat, effective immediately, bringing the total to 19. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for br ..
MONTREAL TRANSIT OFFICERS TO BE ARMED WITH GEL ALTERNATIVE TO PEPPER SPRAYThe special constables who patrol montreal's metro stations will soon be armed with cayenne pepper gel, a thicker, more targeted alternative to pepper spray, to be used in what the city's transit authority calls 'exceptional circumstances.' »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http:// ..
U.S. GOVERNMENT AVOIDS SHUTDOWN WITH TEMPORARY FUNDING BILLThe threat of a federal government shutdown ended late saturday as congress approved a temporary funding bill to keep agencies open. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http: ..
CANADA LOOKING TO CUT $1B FROM NATIONAL DEFENCE BUDGETRosemary barton talks with retired general tom lawson, former chief of the defence staff of canada's armed forces, about the suggestion that ottawa is looking to cut $1 billion from the national defence budget. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with c ..
CALLS FOR OTTAWA TO RELEASE DOCUMENTS NAMING ALLEGED NAZI WAR CRIMINALS IN ..Rosemary barton live speaks with irwin cotler, canada’s special envoy on preserving holocaust remembrance and combating antisemitism, and b’nai brith honorary counsel david matas on calls for ottawa to release a report containing details about alleged nazi war criminals living in canada. »»» ..
NOTWITHSTANDING CLAUSE SHOULD BE 'LAST RESORT' FOR SASK. PREMIER, JUSTICE M ..Rosemary barton speaks with federal justice minister arif virani about saskatchewan’s plan to use the notwithstanding clause to push through a controversial education policy involving children under the age of 16 and the use of preferred pronouns. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos ..
CANADA’S FIRST PLANETARIUM REOPENS TO THE PUBLIC AFTER 40 YEARSThe queen elizabeth planetarium in edmonton’s coronation park originally opened in 1960 as the first public planetarium in canada. the building was closed 40 years ago when a new facility opened, but it’s now been restored to its original glory for a new generation of science lovers. »»» sub ..
5 TIPS FOR KEEPING SAFE WHEN COOKING MEATYou probably know to wash your hands when handling raw meat, but did you know you should probably take off your watch and rings before digging in? edmonton chef haley donadeo shares some tips for home cooks who want to stay safe. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rre ..
NEW APP TRANSLATES BRAILLE TO AUDIBLE PHRASES FOR DEAF-BLIND PEOPLE #SHORTSThe haptibraille device translates braille to audible phrases using an app. inventor fedor belomoev, of mississauga, ont., hopes it will transform the lives of deaf-blind people by helping them be more independent. read more: http://www.cbc.ca/news »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos ..
CANADA MARKS THIRD TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION DAY; MALARIA SURGE FEARED | THE ..Commemorations to mark the third national day of truth and reconciliation took place across the country on saturday. and, global health advocates are warning of a looming malaria emergency. these are just some of the top stories on the september 30, 2023 edition of the world this weekend. the worl ..
CBC NEWS SPECIAL: NATIONAL DAY FOR TRUTH AND RECONCILIATIONChief political correspondent rosemary barton hosts special coverage of the events to commemorate the national day for truth and reconciliation. read more: http://www.cbc.ca/news »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for breaking n ..
FRIDAY WAS ONE OF NEW YORK'S WETTEST DAYSA torrential downpour swamped the new york metropolitan area on friday, shutting down some subways and commuter railroads, flooding streets and highways, and delaying flights into laguardia airport. officials haven't revealed any storm-related deaths or critical injuries. »»» subscribe to cbc n ..
MORE THAN 100,000 ETHNIC ARMENIANS HAVE FLED NAGORNO-KARABAKHA united nations spokesperson on friday said the un would be sending a humanitarian team to nagorno-karabakh this weekend as more than 100,000 refugees have now arrived in armenia from neighbouring nagorno-karabakh after azerbaijan retook control of the enclave in a military offensive on sept. 19. ..
THE SIGNIFICANCE BEHIND THE NATIONAL DAY FOR TRUTH AND RECONCILIATIONToday is the third annual national day for truth and reconciliation, a time to pause and confront canada's shameful legacy of residential schools, and to reconsider the next steps in a long journey of healing. a gathering on parliament hill in ottawa is just one of the many events that will be held ..
PEOPLE ARE MOVING TO ALBERTA FROM OTHER PROVINCES IN RECORD NUMBERSIn the last year, alberta added people from other provinces at a higher rate than has ever been recorded, new data from statistics canada shows. it's become the fastest growing province in canada. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news onli ..
STEP INSIDE A FORMER RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL BEING CONVERTED INTO A SPACE TO HON ..Warning: this video contains distressing details. the former mohawk institute residential school in brantford, ont., is now part of the woodland cultural centre. staff there are working to turn the space into what executive director heather george calls a 'connection for survivors.' cbc news was gi ..
SEPT. 30 MARKS CANADA’S 3RD NATIONAL DAY FOR TRUTH AND RECONCILIATIONAhead of the national day for truth and reconciliation, indigenous services minister patty hajdu, dene national chief gerald antoine and métis national council president cassidy caron join power & politics to talk about the federal government’s moves toward reconciliation. »»» subscribe to cb ..
SASK PLAN FOR SCHOOL PRONOUN POLICY VIOLATES INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS SAYS MINISTE ..Federal justice minister and attorney general of canada arif virani condemns saskatchewan premier scott moe's plan to use the notwithstanding clause to protect the school pronoun policy. virani says that children struggling with who they want to be is at stake and we need to listen and take time to ..
WHAT'S THE FALLOUT OF PARLIAMENT'S NAZI DEBACLE?The house of commons honoured a ukrainian who, it turned out, fought for a nazi unit in the second world war. the power and politics panel of insiders assesses the fallout. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for breaking news, ..
HOW ONE SIXTIES SCOOP SURVIVOR FOUGHT FOR AN APOLOGY — AND WONAs a child, adam north peigan was taken from his family and placed in a non-indigenous household. in recognition of the national day for truth and reconciliation, north peigan joined edmonton am to share his family’s story, and how he fought for an official apology — and won. »»» subscribe t ..
ARREST MADE IN 1996 MURDER OF TUPAC SHAKUROne of the last living witnesses to the fatal drive-by shooting of rapper tupac shakur was charged with murder with the use of a deadly weapon on friday in the 1996 killing. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for breaking news, v ..
SASK PREMIER TO INVOKE NOTWITHSTANDING CLAUSE IN SUPPORT OF SCHOOL PRONOUN ..Saskatchewan premier scott moe said he would invoke the notwithstanding clause in support of his proposed school policy on gender pronouns. moe's move comes after a judge issued an injunction against the government's policy, pending a full hearing. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: ..
STATS CANADA REPORTS NO ECONOMIC GROWTH IN JULYStatistics canada said friday that the total value of canada's entire economy was essentially unchanged during july, with zero growth in the gross domestic product. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for breaking news, video, a ..
N.L. PREMIER APOLOGIZES TO RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL SURVIVORS IN SOUTHERN LABRADO ..In a ceremony six years in the making, newfoundland and labrador premier andrew furey apologized friday in cartwright, on labrador's southern coast, to residential school survivors and the nunatukavut people on behalf of the provincial government. a national indian residential school crisis line is ..
CAN TRUDEAU GET BACK ON TRACK AS CRISES MOUNT? | FRONT BURNERA dispute with india over assassination allegations. a nazi fighter in parliament. plus, a housing and cost of living crisis. can justin trudeau and the liberals find a path forward? »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for breakin ..
BOYLE STREET COMMUNITY SERVICES CLOSING DOWNTOWN EDMONTON LOCATION THIS WEE ..With boyle street community services moving its current facility at 101 street and 105 avenue this weekend, clients and community advocates are concerned with adjusting to services being spread out throughout edmonton’s downtown. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1r ..
MEET THE 'MICHAEL MYERS' OF CALGARYAdriaan debakker is spreading joy in calgary's northeast by dressing up as a horror movie villain and walking the streets. since starting in early september, he's stirred up a lot of attention with calgarians wanting to track which neighbourhood he will be in next. »»» subscribe to cbc news to w ..
HOW ‘DEADLY DADS’ ARE HELPING MENTOR NEW GENERATIONS OF INDIGENOUS FATH ..Being a dad can be tough, and for communities dealing with the aftermath of the sixties scoop and residential schools, there can be additional challenges. cbc’s mark connolly spoke with patrick lightning about deadly dads, a group that mentors and guides indigenous fathers, ahead of the national d ..
WHAT IT’S REALLY LIKE FINDING A PLACE TO RENT IN TORONTOFrom high competition to extensive background checks from landlords, toronto renters are struggling to find – and afford – an apartment in the city. cbc toronto’s shannon martin spoke to people who are tired of the chase and skyrocketing prices. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more vide ..
CANADIAN CLASSIC ROCKERS HIT THE STAGE AT JAM-PACKED MASSEY HALL SHOWCbc's eli glasner reports from massey hall, where 13 canadian bands from the 1970s and '80s — including glass tiger, loverboy and trooper — were celebrated at the 'rock of fame' event. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for b ..
AT LEAST 52 KILLED, 70 WOUNDED IN PAKISTAN SUICIDE BOMBINGSPolice and health officials in pakistan's baluchistan region say at least 52 people have been killed and nearly 70 others wounded after suicide bombings ripped through two mosques on friday. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: fo ..
U.S. GOVERNMENT FACING SHUTDOWN UNLESS SOME REPUBLICANS IN CONGRESS BACK DO ..Lawmakers in the u.s. have until 12:01 a.m. sunday to pass a new law to extend government funding or face a government shutdown on monday. some conservatives said they are not budging on votes without some big spending cuts and more border security measures. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch mo ..
THE CREATOR: AN ORIGINAL SCI-FI STORY WITH PLOT POINTS TOO PREDICTABLEThe creator, an original sci-fi story directed by gareth edwards, depicts the future affected by war between humans and artificial intelligence that fails to impress narratively with its easily predictable plot points. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connec ..
TEEN ARRESTED AFTER BRITISH LANDMARK TREE 'DELIBERATELY FELLED'A 16-year-old has been arrested after a iconic u.k. tree at sycamore gap, beside hadrian's wall in northumberland, was cut down overnight on wednesday. police say the 200-year-old tree, known as robin hood's tree, was 'deliberately felled.' »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http:// ..
INDIA'S ANTI-TERROR AGENCY RAIDS SITES ALLEGEDLY CONNECTED TO PRO-KHALISTAN ..The national investigative agency, india's top counter-terrorism organization, says it has raided 53 sites across several states in a crackdown on what it says are 'terrorists' and 'gangsters,' some of whom it alleges have links to pro-khalistan groups. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more v ..
CYBERATTACKS HIT MILITARY, PARLIAMENT WEBSITES AS INDIA-BASED GROUP TARGETS ..The federal government is dealing with cyberattacks this week and a hacker group in india claims it has caused chaos in ottawa — but canada's signals intelligence agency says the 'nuisance' attacks likely haven't put private information at risk. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: ..
EV BATTERY GIANT NORTHVOLT TO BUILD MULTIBILLION-DOLLAR PLANT IN QUEBECNorthvolt, a swedish battery manufacturing giant, says it will build a new multibillion-dollar electric vehicle battery plant east of montreal. minister of innovation, science and industry françois-philippe champagne explains how he sees the new electric vehicle battery mega-plant contributing up t ..
ALBERTA LAUNCHES AD CAMPAIGN AGAINST OTTAWA’S DRAFT CLEAN ELECTRICITY REG ..Alberta premier danielle smith says ‘everyone needs to be concerned’ about the federal government’s draft plan, released last month, to build a net-zero electricity grid by 2035. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: for brea ..
THE COMPLETE SAGA OF TRAVIS KING, THE U.S. SOLDIER WHO FLED TO NORTH KOREA ..An american soldier who fled to north korea over two months ago is now back on u.s. soil. andrew chang breaks down travis king's saga, from his unauthorized departure from the u.s. army, to his safe return home, moment by moment. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rr ..
JOB VACANCIES CONTINUE TO DECLINE, NEW REPORT SHOWSCanadian job vacancies fell by nearly six per cent to 700,000 in july, a new report from statistics canada shows, suggesting that employers are posting fewer jobs as they cope with rising costs. »»» subscribe to cbc news to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1rreyws connect with cbc news online: ..