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Jun 14, 2024

NDP leader says Han Dong shouldn't be allowed back into Liberal caucus
After reading an unredacted report from one of Canada's intelligence oversight bodies, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he now thinks that Independent MP Han Dong shouldn't be allowed back into the Liberal caucus.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Meats and cheeses hanging from a greasy pole in Philadelphia finally cut down after a month
Every year in Philadelphia, people try to climb a 10-metre pole greased with lard in order to snag prizes, including fine Italian meats and cheeses. This year's game was so successful that only some provolone and spicy salami remained — and remained, and remained, and remained.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Unsafe levels of E. coli found in Paris' Seine River under 2 months before Olympics
Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Report predicts Hudson Bay polar bears could disappear in a few decades
Julienne Stroeve, the report's lead author, said with more than two degrees of warming above pre-industrial levels, both the southern and western populations of the Hudson Bay polar bear will become extirpated. That means they'd be extinct locally. 



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Host Germany kicks off Euro with 4-goal victory over 10-man Scotland
Host Germany opened the European Championship with a confidence-boosting 5-1 win over 10-man Scotland on Friday.



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Jun 14, 2024

Squint and you might — might — see a change in Trump's poll numbers since the verdict
Polling industry insiders in the U.S. agree on one thing — the criminal conviction of Donald Trump has not had a dramatic effect on the presidential election. But here's what they have found.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

B.C. coal mining company fined $45K for more than 400 environmental violations in 4 years
Conuma Resources near Tumbler Ridge, B.C. repeatedly failed to monitor waste water flowing into fish-bearing streams and failed to limit particulate released into airshed, the province has found.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Nunatsiavut government demands Liberal MP's demotion over NunatuKavut comments
The Nunatsiavut government wants Liberal MP Yvonne Jones demoted over "inaccurate comments" she made praising a court ruling concerning NunatuKavut Community Council, a self-identifying Inuit group in Labrador.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Quebec judge dismisses $2.5M Dollarama class action settlement
A Quebec judge has dismissed a $2.5 million class action settlement on behalf of Dollarama customers who purchased products subject to an eco fee.



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Jun 14, 2024

Inuk musician Elisapie says being on a stamp is a 'powerful' image
Josephine Mandamin, Christi Belcourt and Elisapie are featured on Canada Post stamps 'in recognition of their environmental advocacy and championing the rights and cultures of their Inuit, First Nations and Métis communities.'



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

U.S. safety agency investigating why Southwest Boeing plane rolled during flight
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Friday it is investigating why a Boeing 737 MAX operated by Southwest Airlines rolled during a flight last month.



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Jun 14, 2024

Ontario billionaire Frank Stronach accused of sexual offences against 3 women
Ontario billionaire Frank Stronach, 91, is accused of committing sexual offences against three women between 1980 and 2023, according to court documents that provide further details of charges first announced by Peel Regional Police a week ago.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Ontario billionaire Frank Stronach accused of sexual offences on 3 women
Ontario billionaire Frank Stronach, 91, is accused of sexual offences on three women between 1980 and 2023, according to court documents that provide further details of charges first announced by Peel Regional Police a week ago.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Microsoft delays adding 'photographic memory' screenshot feature to Windows over privacy concerns
Microsoft has delayed the rollout of a flagship feature called Recall in its new laptops after the technology drew concerns over privacy and cybersecurity.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Next G7 leaders' summit to be held in Kananaskis, Alta.
The federal government has chosen Kananaskis, Alta. as the location for the G7 leaders' summit next year.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Taylor Swift to end record-breaking Eras Tour in December — with Vancouver slated to host the last shows
Taylor Swift has announced her Eras Tour will be ending in December. As of June 14, Swift only has three shows scheduled that month, all in Vancouver. 



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

As critical water supply issues worsen, Calgary mayor says indoor mandatory restrictions may be considered
If water usage in Calgary continues at its current rate, the city could be forced to bring in mandatory indoor water restrictions, the mayor said Friday, calling the situation  "urgent and catastrophic."



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Nunavummiut can now access restaurant health inspection reports
On Friday, Nunavut's health department launched the first iteration of its publicly accessible inspection database. Until now, the territory was the only jurisdiction in Canada that didn't have health inspections readily available for the public to view.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Trudeau, Modi in same room for first time since Canada publicly accused India of Sikh leader's assassination
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sat down in the same room as India's prime minister for the first time since he publicly accused Narendra Modi's government of involvement in the assassination of a Canadian Sikh activist and Indian nationals were later arrested in B.C.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Trudeau, Modi meet for first time since Canada publicly accused India of Sikh leader's assassination
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi have met for the first time since Trudeau publicly accused Modi's government of involvement in the assassination of a Canadian Sikh activist.



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Jun 14, 2024

Putin puts forth ceasefire demands on eve of West's Ukraine summit
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that Russia would cease fire and enter peace talks if Ukraine dropped its NATO ambitions and withdrew its forces from four Ukrainian regions claimed by Moscow. A Ukrainian official quickly rejected the proposal as not serious.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Trudeau meets Pope before pontiff's speech on promises, perils of AI
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is participating in the second day of the G7 leaders' summit, which will feature a special appearance by Pope Francis.



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Jun 14, 2024

R.E.M.'s original 4 play on stage for first time in 17 years at Songwriters Hall induction
The members of R.E.M. had joked only hours before it would take "a comet" to get the band to perform together one last time. Yet there they were at the 2024 Songwriters Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Thursday night, reunited during the gala at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Water allocation to Alberta oil and gas producers up sharply in past 15 years
The amount of water Alberta allocates to its oil and gas industry has grown by more than 70 per cent since 2009, according to provincial data.



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Jun 14, 2024

Greg Fertuck found guilty of 1st-degree murder in 2015 disappearance of wife Sheree
Sheree Fertuck, a 51-year-old mother of three, vanished on Dec. 7, 2015. She was last seen leaving her mother's farm near Kenaston, south of Saskatoon, en route to a gravel pit where she worked.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Decision day for Greg Fertuck, charged with 1st-degree murder of wife Sheree in 2015
Justice Richard Danyliuk is set to rule Friday morning on whether Greg Fertuck killed his estranged wife Sheree, who disappeared 3,113 days ago.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

This St. John's artist is restoring war memorial statues to their original elegance
Morgan MacDonald is restoring the bronze statues that dominate the Newfoundland National War Memorial, and he it's a 'huge honour' for the St. John's artist.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

That freeway once planned for downtown Calgary (with a name that hasn't aged particularly well)
The Downtown Penetrator was Calgary's pre-disco-era plan for a giant highway to bring motorists into the core from the booming populations in the city's northeast and eastern suburbs.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

What X's move to hide our likes means for accountability
X will now hide who likes a post, in a move the company said would boost privacy. Experts say it could also limit the public's insight into the minds of the powerful and prevent them from being held accountable when what they like online contradicts their public stances.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Why is Pride celebrated in different months across Canada?
Pride season is well underway across Canada. The timing of local events and celebrations varies, however, with some Pride events occurring in June and others arriving after the formal start of summer.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Here's why voters in an upcoming byelection will be casting ballots nearly a metre long
A record 84 people have put their names forward as candidates for the June 24 byelection in Toronto-St. Paul's, making it the longest ballot ever in federal election history.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Britain appears poised to elect a 'political robot' as next PM. What to expect from Keir Starmer
Barring an unprecedented collapse in support, Labour's Keir Starmer appears poised to take over as Britain's next PM. While he promises a government for "working people," many of his party's policies could have been written by Conservatives.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

A sequel to Inside Out? Yes, and it's surprisingly relevant
The first Inside Out movie is considered a modern-day animated classic. So how does the sequel justify its return? The reason caught our self-described grumbly film critic off-guard.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Record 84 candidates on a near metre-long ballot in upcoming byelection
A record 84 people have put their names forward as candidates for the June 24 byelection in Toronto-St. Paul's, making it the longest ballot ever in federal election history.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Pride across Canada is celebrated from now to September. Why is that?
Pride season is well underway across Canada. The timing of local events and celebrations varies, however, with some Pride events occurring in June and others arriving after the formal start of summer.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Ontario landlords who owe investors $144M 'misappropriated' funds for 'extravagant' expenses: court report
A group of Ontario landlords spent millions of dollars of investors' money on expenses ranging from renting a luxury vacation home in Hawaii, to footing a $5,000 Miami strip club bill to flying on private jets, according to the findings of a court-appointed monitor given special powers by Superior Court.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Seniors' group CARP says it's quitting Big Tobacco sponsorships after response from fired up members
After getting an earful from CARP members, the advocacy group for older people says it will no longer accept sponsorship from tobacco companies and is giving the money it received from Rothmans, Benson & Hedges to an unnamed charity that cares for people with smoking-related illnesses.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Inmates at Kenora District Jail not getting proper access to menstrual products, advocates say
First Nations women in Kenora are demanding better and more access to menstrual products at the district jail. According to a spokesperson for the Ontario solicitor general's office, there's an adequate supply. But advocates say what's offered to inmates isn't meeting their needs.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

Keir Starmer is almost certainly the UK's next prime minister. Who is this guy?
Barring an unprecedented collapse in support, Labour's Keir Starmer appears poised to take over as Britain's next PM. While he promises a government for "working people," many of his party's policies could have been written by Conservatives.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 14, 2024

In an age of anxiety, Inside Out 2 justifies its return
The first Inside Out movie is considered a modern-day animated classic. So how does the sequel justify its return? The reason caught our self-described grumbly film critic off-guard.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Sask. company fined $60K after seizure of taxidermy mounts including hippo, giraffe, mountain lion
A Saskatchewan oilfield company fined for illegally importing taxidermized wildlife produced an online reality show that showed employees posing with the forbidden fauna.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

B.C. may join N.L. in challenging feds over equalization payments
The B.C. government is considering joining Newfoundland and Labrador's court case against the federal government over equalization payments.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Paris Olympics organizers say swimming events still set for cleaned-up Seine River
Despite the complication of recent heavy rain, swimming in the River Seine is still the plan at the Paris Olympics after a $1.5 billion US investment to improve the water quality.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

'Please handcuff me': Man in police video confesses to University of Waterloo stabbings after playing victim
Video evidence presented during a hearing for the man who recently pleaded guilty in the 2023 attacks in a University of Waterloo, Ont., gender-studies class shows the former student telling police he was a stabbing victim, then saying "it was me" and asking to be handcuffed.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Utah Hockey Club will be name of NHL's newest team for inaugural season
Utah Hockey Club will be the name of the NHL team playing its games in Salt Lake City beginning this fall, with a long-term identity still to come.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Canada sanctions Summit Series goalie Vladislav Tretiak
Canada has levelled sanctions against an icon of the 1972 Summit Series against the Soviet Union.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Victoria goes to court to ban company from managing Airbnbs anywhere in city
The City of Victoria is going to court to permanently ban a local property management company from running short-term rentals anywhere in the city, claiming the business has been advertising and operating Airbnbs in a popular area of the downtown core without the proper licences.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

NDP leader speaks after reading unredacted foreign interference report
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh speaks to the media after reading the unredacted report from the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians. The report suggested that some parliamentarians have conspired with hostile foreign governments.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Female CAF veterans' unique medical, physical needs are being ignored: report
Female veterans' unique medical and physical needs are being ignored and neglected by the military and veterans programs, according to a House of Commons committee report released this week.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Online campsite scalper shut down by B.C. Parks
Someone trying to make a quick buck scalping reservations at popular Squamish-area campsites has had the reservations cancelled.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Canadian bank CEOs defend investments in oil and gas
The chief executives from Canada's five biggest banks faced hard questions from MPs on Thursday over their climate commitments and plans to help spur transition to renewable energy.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Bank CEOs face questions from MPs over climate policy
Representatives from Canada's five biggest banks will face questions from MPs this afternoon over their commitments to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and spur the transition to renewable forms of energy.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

This scientist helps link climate change to disasters. That's helping victims sue
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we talk to a scientist whose work is being used to help victims of climate catastrophes sue for compensation, find out where to expect future floods in New Brunswick and look at a plan to turn a Nova Scotia gold for mine into a clean energy hub.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Family 'elated' landfill search for women's remains will start soon, grandmother says
When Donna Bartlett returned this week to the landfill where her granddaughter's remains are believed to be buried, she was again overcome with emotion. But this time it was different — because she knew a search to bring those remains home will soon begin.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

U.S. journalist Evan Gershkovich to stand trial in Russia on spying charges
Russian prosecutors said on Thursday they had sent the case of detained U.S. reporter Evan Gershkovich to court after concluding he had been collecting information for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency about a Russian tank factory.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

4 more arrests, including primary suspect, in connection with Desjardins data leak
Quebec provincial police have arrested four more people with crimes tied to a massive data breach at Desjardins, including the former bank employee originally suspected of being behind the leak.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

5 more arrests, including primary suspect, in connection with Desjardins data leak
Quebec provincial police have arrested five more people with crimes tied to a massive data breach at Desjardins, including the former bank employee originally suspected of being behind the leak.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Megabus Canada's parent company files for bankruptcy protection in U.S.
Coach USA, the operator of Megabus and other commuter bus lines in the U.S. and Canada, filed for bankruptcy protection in Delaware late Tuesday, seeking to sell its assets and shed debt incurred in an ill-timed 2019 private equity buyout.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

U.S. Supreme Court rejects bid to restrict abortion pill
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a bid by anti-abortion groups and doctors to restrict access to the abortion pill mifepristone, handing a victory on Thursday to President Joe Biden's administration in its efforts to preserve broad access to the drug.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

A record 117 million people were refugees in 2023, UN says
The United Nations refugee agency warns that the world's record-breaking number of refugees could rise further without major global political changes.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

2 Calgary workers injured at water main break site, halting repair effort
Work to fix a critical water main break that triggered water restrictions across Calgary has been stalled after two workers suffered injuries on the work site Wednesday night, Mayor Jyoti Gondek said during an 8:30 a.m. update Thursday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Still no timeline for Calgary water restoration after workers' injuries halt repair effort
Work to fix a critical water main break that triggered water restrictions across Calgary was stalled after two workers suffered injuries at the work site late Wednesday night.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

On X, no one can see your likes
The latest change to X means nobody can see all of the posts you have liked. In-app changes have seen mixed receptions from users who raised concerns over misinformation and content moderation.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Following Conservative attacks, government releases internal data on the impact of carbon pricing
The federal government has released its estimate of the impact of carbon pricing on the size of the economy after it was accused by the opposition Conservatives of muzzling an officer of Parliament.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Sandy Hook shooting survivors take part in emotional high school grad ceremony
It was an emotional graduation ceremony for high school seniors in Newtown, Ct., who observed a moment of silence for their 20 classmates who were shot to death at Sandy Hook Elementary School.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

80% of Nunavut teachers experienced violence this year, new study says
Nunavut's teachers union says 90 per cent of its members witnessed some form of violence in the territory's schools this year, while more than 83 per cent experienced it first hand.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Canada contributing $5 billion to new G7 deal being finalized to help Ukraine using frozen Russian assets
Canada will contribute $5 billion to a new plan to help Ukraine in its fight against Russia as G7 leaders meet in Italy, according to a government official. 



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Alberta pathologist shocked after name forged on fake prescriptions for oxycodone in Toronto area
A Calgary doctor recently discovered that, unbeknownst to him, his name was being used on forged prescriptions as they were shopped around pharmacies in Ontario.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Musk says he has Tesla shareholder support for controversial $56B pay package
Tesla shareholders are voting to approve a $56 billion US pay package for Elon Musk and to move the electric vehicle maker's legal home to Texas, the CEO said on social media on Wednesday, adding that passage was by wide margins.



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Jun 13, 2024

In vote of confidence, Tesla shareholders approve Elon Musk's $56B US pay package
Tesla shareholders approved CEO Elon Musk's $56-billion US pay package, the electric vehicle maker said on Thursday, a big thumbs-up to his leadership and an enticement for keeping his focus on his biggest source of wealth.



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Jun 13, 2024

Sudbury, Ont., man builds portable toilets to help homeless people downtown
A Sudbury man is building portable toilets to help people in the northern Ontario city who are experiencing homelessness.



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Jun 13, 2024

Cancer survivors demand clarity on future of Edmonton facial reconstruction clinic
Michelle Fuller lost her right eye, cheekbone, some upper teeth and part of the roof of her mouth to cancer. A medical device made of metal and plastic allows her to speak, swallow and eat.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Most jurisdictions don't track deaths of homeless people — but that could soon change
A new national process that spells out how to track more information on the deaths of homeless people could provide vital information to governments and people on the front lines of the housing and toxic drug crises.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

New bridge between New Brunswick and Maine may not revive battered cross-border relations
The new international bridge has taken shape over the last three years.



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Jun 13, 2024

NDP MP rarely on Parliament Hill billed taxpayers for travel with family over Christmas




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Jun 13, 2024

Would you name your baby after a sexy fairy? It's happening thanks to a popular book series
Some of the characters from Sarah J. Maas' internationally best-selling series A Court of Thorns and Roses are starting to pop up on baby names lists in the U.S. and Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Who are these people? They supposedly worked for a Toronto police board member's companies
A CBC Toronto investigation discovered three seemingly fabricated, or misrepresented, employees on the websites of marketing companies owned by Nadine Spencer, a member of the Toronto Police Service Board.



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Jun 13, 2024

Sudden $600K repair bill stuns condo owners
Residents of a condominium complex in Kanata's Katimavik neighbourhood are facing a giant repair bill that some say caught them off guard.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Teaching my kid to drive took me to the braking point
When James Whittingham's children began to learn how to drive, he played up the dangers because he wanted them to know life is precious and driving was likely the most dangerous thing they'd ever do, next to getting a tattoo.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Shake Shack opens 1st Canadian location in Toronto
If you fancy a burger and crinkle-cut fries, U.S. fast-casual joint Shake Shack is dipping a toe into the Canadian market — but its success could depend on customers willing to fork out higher prices.



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Jun 13, 2024

Shake Shack's success depends on whether Canadians will shell out for a pricier burger
If you fancy a burger and crinkle-cut fries, U.S. fast-casual joint Shake Shack is dipping a toe into the Canadian market — but its success could depend on customers willing to fork out higher prices.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

So many self-inflicted wounds, so few allies. Alberta's energy war room was long doomed
Built to take on Big Green, it took on cartoon film Bigfoot Family instead. Premier Danielle Smith is dissolving the Canadian Energy Centre.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

PM Modi has been humbled by India's election results. What's next?
India's general election saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party lose more than 60 seats. Now, the once-dominant leader is at the mercy of his political allies, whom he will have to learn to negotiate with for the next five years in a delicate coalition government.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Céline Dion on her health issues and plans for a comeback: 'I will sing again'
Pop icon Céline Dion sits down with CBC News to discuss her health after being diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome, her upcoming documentary, how much she misses her fans — and her vow to sing once again.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

Condo owners in ‘complete shock' over sudden $600K repair bill
Residents of a condominium complex in Kanata's Katimavik neighbourhood are facing a giant repair bill that some say caught them off guard.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

How a New Jersey man was wrongly arrested through facial recognition tech now in use in Ontario
A New Jersey man is sharing with CBC News the ordeal he endured after being wrongly jailed following a misidentification through Idemia facial recognition technology, the same system recently implemented by police in Ontario's Peel and York regions. A lawsuit blames the "misuse of biased technology."



CBC Top Stories
Jun 13, 2024

MPs vote unanimously to criminalize coercive control
Members of Parliament have voted unanimously to criminalize coercive control, a pattern of behaviour that can perpetuate domestic abuse.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

Celtics hang on to defeat Mavericks in Dallas, claiming 3-0 stranglehold of NBA Finals
Boston frittered away almost all of what was a 21-point lead before winning 106-99 to take a 3-0 lead in the NBA Finals, moving one win away from what would be their record-setting 18th championship.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

'He loved the audiences': Longtime Regina Symphony Orchestra conductor Victor Sawa dies
Victor Sawa, the longtime conductor of the Regina Symphony Orchestra, celebrated for his dedication to wiping the image of elitism from classical music, has died. 



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

Father of Calgary woman starving herself abandons court fight against her MAID approval
A Calgary father fighting through the courts to keep his 27-year-old daughter from accessing medical assistance in dying (MAID) has abandoned his appeal, 14 days after she stopped eating and drinking.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

The National
June 12, 2024 | Demands for change within Canada's military after the release of a long-awaited report of female soldiers and veterans. New questions about facial recognition technology being used by police forces. Plus, the long journey to recovery for a survivor of last year's deadly Manitoba bus crash.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

Making soldiers: Can new recruitment measures halt the Canadian Forces' 'death spiral'?




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Jun 12, 2024

B.C. becomes 1st province to give Uber, Skip the Dishes and other gig workers a mininum wage
British Columbia has become the first province in Canada to provide a minimum wage and other protections for people who work through gig-based apps like Uber, DoorDash, Skip the Dishes and Lyft.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

Boyfriend sentenced to life in prison for murder of B.C. woman Ashley Simpson
The boyfriend of slain Salmon Arm, B.C., woman Ashley Simpson has been sentenced to life in prison, with no chance of parole for 12 years, after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

Court dismisses Innu Nation challenge against recognition of disputed Labrador group
The Federal Court has dismissed the Innu Nation's challenge to the federal government's decision to enter into Indigenous rights negotiations with the Nunatukavut Community Council.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

Global News lays off employees in Alberta, British Columbia
More than two dozen people in Alberta and British Columbia have been let go from their jobs at Global News this week, with its parent company placing blame on "the current economic and regulatory reality" for media organizations.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

Global News lays off employees in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario
More than two dozen people in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario have been let go from their jobs at Global News this week, with its parent company placing blame on "the current economic and regulatory reality" for media organizations.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

How to watch Céline Dion's interview with CBC
In an intensely personal, revealing interview, Céline Dion opens up to CBC News chief correspondent Adrienne Arsenault about coping with stiff person syndrome, losing the voice that has guided her life and finding the drive to perform again. Here's where you can watch the full, exclusive interview.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 12, 2024

Trudeau says he considered stepping down during marriage difficulties
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a recent podcast that he considered walking away from the job last year as his marriage began to fracture.



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Jun 12, 2024

This magician is running out of room for his record-breaking Ghostbusters collection
Darren McQuade, a professional magician from Essex, England, has secured the Guinness world record for largest collection of Ghostbusters memorabilia, with 2,012 items. 



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