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CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2018

Rain could complicate search for California wildfire victims
The search for remains of victims of the devastating northern California wildfire has taken on new urgency as rain in the forecast could complicate those efforts while also bringing relief to firefighters on the front lines.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

The National
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

'You're gonna lose your money': Air Canada online glitch leaves retiree on hook for flight he didn't book
A retiree is fighting back after Air Canada charged him for a flight he unknowingly booked and never took. An e-commerce expert says he's one of millions of Canadians at the mercy of confusing and complicated online rules that protect businesses over consumers.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Government to pledge $400 million for transport projects in Canada's North
The National Trade Corridors Fund will dedicate $2 billion over 11 years to beef up Canadian trade infrastructure, including up to $400 million for transportation initiatives in the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Toronto boys' private school launches independent review amid sexual assault investigation by police
A Toronto private boys' school at the centre of controversy after allegations that students have been assaulted or sexually assaulted on camera says that it will launch a "rigorous independent examination."



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

'We have to do better': St. Michael's private school principal acknowledges problems amid police probe
The principal of a Toronto private boys' school at the centre of a police probe following allegations that students have been assaulted or sexually assaulted on camera said there is a problem at the school and it needs to do better.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Next Canadian federal election will be target for Russian meddling: Sajjan
With a federal election less than a year away, Canada's defence minister is warning voters they will be targeted by online cyberattacks and fake news as Russia steps up its efforts to undermine Western democracies.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Scheer urges Liberals to set date for balanced budget
Accusing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of breaking promises and robbing future generations, the Conservatives stepped up pressure on the government to release a date for a balanced budget at a news conference on Sunday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Trump said Finns use raking to prevent wildfires, puzzling Finland's president
Finland's president isn't sure where U.S. President Donald Trump got the idea that raking is part of his country's routine for managing its substantial forests.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Western allies focus on crisis of leadership at Halifax security forum
For a decade now the Halifax International Security Forum has been a place to discuss the major external threats facing Western democracies and how to counter them. But at this year's gathering, defence leaders said the biggest threats are now coming from within.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Daylight shooting marks Toronto's 90th homicide this year — a grisly new record
A man was shot to death in Scarborough on Sunday afternoon, according to Toronto police, a slaying that marks the city's 90th homicide this year — breaking a record that has stood since 1991.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Trudeau 'deeply disappointed' by cuts to Ontario French services
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's disconcerted by Ontario's decision to slash French services in the province.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

NATO warned Russian election meddling an evolving threat that must be met
A NATO draft report says the problem of Russian meddling in democratic elections continues to evolve and alliance members must be ready to meet the threat.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Republican lawmakers question protection for LGBTQ and pregnant workers in USMCA
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn't saying what he is willing to do to keep a provision protecting labour rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and queer workers inside a renewed North American free trade pact.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Monica Lewinsky reveals 'narratives of secrecy' in new Clinton Affair doc
A new documentary is exploring the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky scandal, 20 years later, through people who were most familiar with the story, including Lewinsky herself.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Poor weather prompts temporary shutdown of all offshore rigs, petroleum board says
Following a bout of bad weather, the regulator says all of the province's offshore operations have been suspended.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

After oil spill and rough weather, N.L. regulator shuts down all offshore rigs
Following a bout of bad weather, N.L. regulator says all of the province's offshore operations have been suspended.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley LIVE
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday Nov. 18, 2018



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

F3 driver Sophia Floersch breaks spine in terrifying crash
German Formula 3 driver Sophia Floersch suffered a broken spine in a horrific, high-speed crash at the Macau Grand Prix on Sunday. Floersch reportedly lost control in contact down a straightaway, launched off a curb and bounced off Sho Tsuboi's car.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Postal workers' union makes counter-offer
There is no end in sight for the Canada Post rotating strikes, after the postal workers' union rejected the corporation's contract offer and countered with its own proposal.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

U.K.'s May warns ousting her won't make Brexit talks easier
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that a leadership change wouldn't make Brexit negotiations easier, as opponents in her own party threaten to unseat her.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Ford, in fireside chat, says PC government 'may' balance budget by year 4
Days after his government delivered its first major fiscal update, Premier Doug Ford said his government "may" balance the province's budget in the final year of its mandate.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Antidepressant shortage alarms Saskatchewan patients with mental illnesses
The shortage in Canada of bupropion, a popular prescription antidepressant, has been stressful for patients with mental illnesses and the people who care for them.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

APEC talks conclude without communique amid U.S.-China trade tensions
Leaders have left the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Papua New Guinea without coming to a consensus on a final communique to describe what was agreed to at their talks.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

APEC talks conclude without communiqué amid U.S.-China trade tensions
Leaders have left the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Papua New Guinea without coming to a consensus on a final communiqué to describe what was agreed at their talks.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

A new 'arms race': How the U.S. military is spending millions to fight fake images
Fake videos that appear real are just one of the reasons a specialized team at the U.S. Department of Defence is investing tens of millions of dollars to develop competing technology that would automatically spot manipulated videos and images.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Alessia Cara is taking a big risk with her second album - and it might just pay off
She's played alongside Taylor Swift, toured with Coldplay and became a Grammy Award winner at age 21. Now Canadian singer-songwriter Alessia Cara is taking her skyrocketing music career to a new level, and she's doing it on her own terms.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Battle of the food delivery apps and reselling Ikea furniture: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including our investigation into food delivery apps, the CRTC creating an internet code of conduct, and Ikea's pitch to buy back your used furniture.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Dating Druze: The struggle to find love in a dwindling diaspora
The Druze are a small religious and ethnic minority who marry within their faith. In Canada, they number around 25,000, which makes the chances of finding the ideal life partner slim. Riya Khold, 21, talks about what it's like to try to find a match in such a small dating pool.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Scammed senior citizens being recruited as drug mules: CBSA
Drug trafficking networks are drafting senior citizens to smuggle illicit narcotics into the country, according to an internal memo. The Canada Border Services Agency has warned staff to keep an eye out in a heavily censored intelligence advisory.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Mortgage stress test rules may be pushing borrowers towards unregulated lenders
The Bank of Canada released new data that shows stricter mortgage rules along with higher interest rates have helped slow the growth of risky mortgages, but some economists question whether over-leveraged borrowers are turning to the unregulated mortgage market.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

New mortgage rules may push prospective home buyers towards unregulated lenders
The Bank of Canada released new data that shows stricter mortgage rules along with higher interest rates have helped slow the growth of risky mortgages, but some economists question whether over-leveraged borrowers are turning to the unregulated mortgage market.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2018

Why the U.S. could lose the next big war - and what that means for Canada
An alarming new analysis of the United States' ability to fight and win a war with China or Russia rocked Washington last week - and it's rattling the experts in Ottawa as well.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Migrant caravan stalls at U.S.-Mexico border
Hundreds of migrants from a caravan of Central Americans were stalled at the U.S.-Mexico border on Saturday, where a handful said they welcomed recent Mexican offers of employment in the face of a hostile U.S. reception.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Canada's defence spending questioned at NATO parliamentary meeting
The deputy minister of national defence has told a NATO meeting in Halifax that Canada is satisfied it is spending what it requires to meet its alliance and other military commitments.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes Florida governor's race following vote recount
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum conceded Florida's gubernatorial election on Saturday as a recount of ballots neared its end, and the Democrat congratulated Republican former congressman Ron DeSantis on becoming the state's next governor.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Trump administration denies reaching conclusion on Khashoggi killing
The Trump administration denied on Saturday it had reached a final determination in the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, despite numerous media reports that said the CIA had concluded Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered a hit on the dissident writer.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Fly Jamaica passenger, 86, dies days after crash landing in Guyana
An airline says it is "investigating" what led to the death of an elderly passenger in the days after the crash landing of a flight she was aboard from Guyana to Toronto.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Trump to visit California fire scene as death toll rises
U.S. President Donald Trump is heading to California today, where he'll tour some of the areas devastated by the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in state history.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Trump tours fire-ravaged California as death toll rises
U.S. President Donald Trump took a helicopter tour Saturday over parts of northern California ravaged by the country's deadliest wildfire in a century, as more than 1,000 people remained unaccounted for.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Trump visits fire-scorched California as 1,000 still unaccounted for
President Donald Trump arrived in northern California on Saturday to see first-hand the grief and devastation from the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century amid confusion over how many people remain unaccounted for.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Trump visits fire-scorched California as 1,200 still unaccounted for
U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in northern California on Saturday to see first-hand the grief and devastation from the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century amid confusion over how many people remain unaccounted for.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Trump visits fire-scorched California as nearly 1,300 still unaccounted for
U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in northern California on Saturday to see first-hand the grief and devastation from the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Iqaluit residents line up as city's largest grocery store reopens after fire
Iqaluit's largest grocery store reopened Saturday, just over a week after an early morning fire burned through part of it for 22 hours.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

The weight of silence: Ryan Shtuka's disappearance continues to haunt B.C. ski resort
While the investigation into the 20-year-old's disappearance remains open, the lack of clues and a tight-lipped RCMP has sparked wild speculation and instilled lingering fears in the community of Sun Peaks.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Top U.S. general says competition with old foes requires new strategies
America's top soldier says the world is witnessing a return of an open competition between the U.S. and its allies and old adversaries Russia and China.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Police confirm vandalism after Coast Guard ship tumbled into water in N.S.
A Canadian Coast Guard ship is partially submerged in water at a shipyard in Sambro, N.S., after falling from its secured cradle in a case Halifax police are investigating as suspected vandalism.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Coast Guard ship partially submerged after slipping off cradle at N.S. shipyard
The CCGS Corporal McLaren slid from a secured cradle into the water at a Sambro, N.S., shipyard.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Vandalism suspected as Coast Guard ship tumbles into water in N.S.
The CCGS Corporal McLaren fell from a secured cradle after the shipyard was "entered by vandals" on Friday night, according to Raymond Gallant, vice-president of operations with Canadian Maritime Engineering.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

'It blows my mind': How B.C. destroys a key natural wildfire defence every year
Last year, 12,812 hectares of B.C. forest was sprayed with the herbicide glyphosate. It's an annual event — a mass extermination of broadleaf trees mandated by the province.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post: Rotating strikes to continue
The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Parcel backlog mounting as CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post
The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now it seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Fighting fake news from within: The Houston Chronicle investigates one of its own former reporters
When a veteran reporter was accused of making up dozens of sources used in his articles, the Houston Chronicle set about investigating itself.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Canada seeks strategic allies as U.S.-China trade war dominates APEC
The leaders from the 21 countries represented at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit found a colourful welcome in Papua New Guinea, but the high-stakes trade conflict between the U.S. and China was spelled out in black and white as soon as talks got underway Saturday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

For CFL's final four, conference finals a chance to make up for lost time
The 2018 CFL season is down to four teams. And for two of those fanbases, a Grey Cup celebration has been a long time coming.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Pediatricians call for ban on flavoured vaping products — but Health Canada isn't going there
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is restricting sales of most e-cigarette flavours to areas of stores where people under age 18 aren't allowed to enter. Canada is not adopting those same restrictions.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Setbacks hit water treatment projects for Ontario First Nations
The situations in Neskantaga and Slate Falls are examples of the challenges Ottawa faces meeting its target to clear all long-term boil-water advisories in First Nations by March 2021.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Canada's rushed rollout of legal cannabis has been a gift to the illegal market
All 12 stores in Quebec have closed Monday to Wednesday as a result of supply shortages. A rotating Canada Post strike has throttled online sales deliveries. Meanwhile private storefronts, though illegal in Quebec, are as close as a Google search away.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Defence minister confirms Mali mission will not be extended
Canada's peacekeeping mission in Mali will end in July, said Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, responding to reports that the UN has asked Canada to extend its mission.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Well established but not well-off: Canada's authors struggle to make ends meet, says study
In the midst of literary award season, a new report says Canada's authors are struggling more than ever before. Fewer publishing houses, reduced income from educational copying, and publishers' focus on bestsellers are some of the reasons even award winners have to get day jobs.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Well-established but not well-off: Canada's authors struggle to make ends meet, says study
In the midst of literary award season, a new report said Canada's authors are struggling more than ever before. Fewer publishing houses, reduced income from educational copying, and publishers' focus on best-sellers are some of the reasons even award winners have to get day jobs.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Why Doug Ford's Franco-Ontarian cost-cutting could spell trouble for Andrew Scheer
Doug Ford has built a wedge between francophones and his government in Ontario — and it could frustrate Andrew Scheer's hopes of gaining ground in Quebec.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Why sex assault veiled as hazing may be viewed as a 'rite of passage'
The combination of an all-boys private school with a particular emphasis on sports teams could create the environment for sexualized hazing like what is alleged to have occurred at St. Michael's College School in Toronto.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Why sexual hazing may be viewed as a 'rite of passage'
The combination of an all-boys private school with a particular emphasis on sports teams could create the environment for sexualized hazing like what is alleged to have occurred at St. Michael's College School in Toronto.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Argentine submarine found a year after disappearing won't be raised, says minister
Hours after announcing the discovery of a submarine lost deep in the Atlantic a year ago with 44 crew members aboard, Argentina's government said Saturday that it is unable to recover the vessel, drawing anger from missing sailors' relatives who demanded that it be raised.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2018

Argentine submarine with 44 crew aboard found sunk a year after disappearing
Argentina's navy has announced that searchers have found the missing submarine ARA San Juan deep in the Atlantic a year after it disappeared with a crew of 44 aboard.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

North California wildfire death toll now 71 as list of missing grows
With the confirmed death toll at 71 and the list of unaccounted for people more than 1,000, authorities in Northern California on Friday searched for those who perished and those who survived the fiercest of wildfires ahead of a planned visit by U.S. President Donald Trump.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

The National for November 16, 2018
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

CIA concludes Saudi prince ordered Khashoggi killing: officials
The CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, in a finding that contradicts Saudi government assertions that he was not involved.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Oil tanker off the Newfoundland coast spills 250,000 litres of crude into the ocean
The spill from the SeaRose tanker about 350 km off the Newfoundland coast happened around mid-day on Friday in the White Rose field while crews were preparing to restart production. Operations were halted Thursday due to high winds and rough seas.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Oil vessel off the Newfoundland coast spills 250,000 litres of crude
An oil spill off the coast of Newfoundland caused an estimated 250,000 litres of crude to leak into the ocean, Husky Energy said Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Oil vessel off the Newfoundland coast spills 250,000 litres of crude into the ocean
The spill from the Husky Energy-operated vessel happened around mid-day on Friday. Authorities are unable to contain the spill due to weather conditions.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Democrat admits defeat in hard-fought Georgia governor race
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams says her Republican opponent Brian Kemp would be officially declared the victor in the race, but that her announcement is not a concession because that would acknowledge "an action as right."



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Democrat admits defeat in hard-fought Georgia governor race, vows to sue
Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams admitted defeat in her effort to become the first black female U.S. governor on Friday, but said she planned to sue the state over voting problems and "gross mismanagement" of the election.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Tara Singh Hayer and the 'incentive to kill'
Murdered journalists don't always make global headlines. When a government is suspected of the crime, it's big news. When it's some squalid band of criminals? Not so much.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Two decades on, Tara Singh Hayer's death remains a wound that won't heal
Murdered journalists don't always make global headlines. When a government is suspected of the crime, it's big news. When it's some squalid band of criminals? Not so much.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Trump says he wrote answers to Robert Mueller's questions 'very easily'
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday denied he was "agitated" about the special counsel investigation and said he has answered written questions from special counsel Robert Mueller but hasn't yet submitted them.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Finger pointed at Canada's emissions as world falls short of climate-change targets
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: scientists point finger at Canada as world falls short of climate-change targets; can Jack Dorsey's wish help fix Twitter; As It Happens co-host Carol Off reflects on the show's 50 years on the air.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Stop sending mail and parcels, Canada Post asks foreign services
Canada Post has asked 190 international partners to halt mail and parcel shipments to Canada as it reels under a 30-day delivery backlog resulting from a labour dispute with its employees.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Strike prompts Canada Post to ask foreign services to stop sending mail
Canada Post has asked its international partners to halt mail and parcel shipments to Canada as it reels under a 30-day delivery backlog resulting from a labour dispute with its employees.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Toronto private school at centre of sexual assault investigation alerts police to 3rd 'incident'
Officials at a Toronto private boys' school announced Friday they've notified police about a third "incident" as the school continues to deal with a crisis sparked by allegations that students have been assaulted or sexually assaulted on camera.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Toronto private school at centre of sexual assault investigation alerts police to 3rd incident
Officials at a Toronto private boys' school announced Friday they've notified police about a third "incident" as the school continues to deal with a crisis sparked by allegations that students have been assaulted or sexually assaulted on camera.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Alberta energy firms split on call for government-imposed production cuts
The question of whether Alberta should force industry-wide production cuts to relieve an oversupply of oil and support prices has opened a rift between companies that are suffering from price discounts and those that aren't.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

White House must return CNN reporter Acosta's press pass, judge rules
A U.S. federal judge in Washington, D.C., has ordered the Trump administration to immediately return the White House press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

White House must return CNN reporter's media pass, judge rules
A U.S. federal judge on Friday ordered the Trump administration to immediately reinstate CNN reporter Jim Acosta's credentials to cover the White House.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

2 Toronto city councillors charged with alleged campaign finance violations
Two Toronto city councillors were charged with campaign finance violations Friday by the Ontario Provincial Police's anti-rackets unit for allegedly failing to disclose tens of thousands of dollars worth of spending.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

B.C. couple who planned holiday to California spend vacation helping wildfire evacuees
A Penticton couple bound for a vacation in Paradise, Calif., decided to help wildfire victims instead.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

It's official — a kilogram isn't what it used to be
The international system of measurements has been overhauled with new definitions for the kilogram and other key units.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

'One of the big places we need to be,' Trudeau says ahead of final Asia-Pacific summit
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spent Friday morning at a hawker's market. But as he jetted off from one Southeast Asian summit to his next, he seemed more like the guy with something to sell.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Seismic records show Newfoundland was literally shaking from wind and waves
The waves crashing into the rugged coastline of Newfoundland caused waves on a Natural Resource Canada's seismometer in St. John's.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

May names Brexit secretary amid cabinet departures, no-confidence vote rumours
British Prime Minister Theresa May has won the backing of the most prominent Brexiteer in her government as she fights to save her draft European Union divorce deal, appointed a new Brexit secretary and battled to stave off a leadership challenge.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

?U.K. PM May fights for survival after Brexit deal sows dissent
British Prime Minister Theresa May was fighting for survival on Friday after a draft divorce deal with the European Union provoked the resignations of senior ministers and calls for a vote of no confidence in her leadership.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

?U.K. PM May fights for survival after Brexit deal sparks crisis
British Prime Minister Theresa May was fighting for survival on Friday after a draft divorce deal with the European Union provoked the resignations of senior ministers and mutiny in her party.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

U.K. PM names new Brexit secretary amid cabinet departures, no-confidence vote rumours
British Prime Minister Theresa May has won the backing of the most prominent Brexiteer in her government as she fights to save her draft European Union divorce deal, appointed a new Brexit secretary and battled to stave off a leadership challenge.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Alberta man finishes record 10-year hike in Tuktoyaktuk
'I've walked for 10 years and I hiked the Trans Canada trail,' Dana Meise told CBC at a stop along the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Doug Ford's spending cuts are not as deep as many feared, or hoped
Ontarians who were bracing for slashing and burning by the Doug Ford government may be relieved that no huge program cuts were unveiled in Thursday's mini-budget.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Why Doug Ford's cost-cutting knives are not yet out in a big way
Ontarians who were bracing for slashing and burning by the Doug Ford government may be relieved that no huge program cuts were unveiled in Thursday's mini-budget.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Who gets more done — office workers or telecommuters?
Despite the growing popularity of telecommuting among workers with in-demand skills, some managers just don't trust employees to get work done at home. An economist who studies the productivity of telecommuters says attitudes toward remote workers affect everything — including the output of colleagues back in the office.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Morneau unlikely to match Trump's tax moves in economic update
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is unlikely to fully match the Trump administration's changes to the way American businesses write off their capital costs when he delivers his fall economic statement next week, says a senior government source.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2018

Ontario workplace safety board reviewing Uber Eats following Marketplace investigation
On any given day in downtown Toronto, you'll see a flurry of bike couriers peddling their way through traffic, bags strapped to their backs, on their way to deliver your next meal. But if those couriers get hurt on the job, a Marketplace investigation has found their eligibility for work-related compensation depends on which app they deliver for.



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