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Feb 21, 2024

Prosecutors say major Hunter Biden source a liar, tied to Russian intelligence. Now what?
A former FBI informant charged with making up a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden, his son Hunter and a Ukrainian energy company had contacts with Russian intelligence-affiliated officials, prosecutors said Tuesday.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 21, 2024

Crime is spiking in this N.L. region, but the RCMP's pleas are getting a cool response from the province
The RCMP is asking the Newfoundland and Labrador government for additional help to bolster its law enforcement efforts in Conception Bay North following a surge last year in crime and mental health-related calls.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 21, 2024

Changes could be coming to sexual health education in Alberta. Here's what we know
Premier Danielle Smith's plan to make lessons on sexual health, and sexual orientation and gender identity opt-in would make Alberta the first Canadian province to assume students are excluded from sex education by default



CBC Top Stories
Feb 21, 2024

Book-ban attempts are rising in Canada. But so are the number of librarians and authors willing to fight them
As Canada marks the 40th anniversary of Freedom to Read Week, experts are highlighting the importance of students' being free to access books from a variety of perspectives and why schools must have (and stick to) clear policies when navigating book challenges that come their way. 



CBC Top Stories
Feb 21, 2024

Calls to ban books are on the rise in Canada. So is the opposition to any bans
As Canada marks the 40th anniversary of Freedom to Read Week, experts are highlighting the importance of students' being free to access books from a variety of perspectives and why schools must have (and stick to) clear policies when navigating book challenges that come their way. 



CBC Top Stories
Feb 21, 2024

Navalny was Russia's highest-profile political prisoner. But there are more than 1,000 others
According to the Russian human rights group OVD-Info, more than 1,000 people are currently imprisoned in Russia as a result of politically motivated prosecutions, including a political activist with ties to Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 21, 2024

Navalny was Russia's highest-profile political prisoner. But there are more than a thousand others
According to the Russian human rights group OVD-Info, more than 1,000 people are currently imprisoned in Russia as a result of politically motivated prosecutions, including a political activist with ties to Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 21, 2024

No more lease transfers? Quebec is about to pass a new housing law. Here's what's in it
Quebec's housing minister has pitched the new law as a way to "re-establish balance between renters and landlords and increase housing supply." Advocates worry it will make things worse for tenants by making it easier for landlords to refuse lease transfers.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 21, 2024

TikTok is becoming a popular source for news. Can it help fill the gaps left by local TV news cuts?
Frank Cirinna didn't necessarily set out to become someone people turn to for news headlines, but that's exactly what has happened with his popular TikTok account, something that's also indicative of shifting news viewership habits.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Surrey, B.C., hockey star Arshdeep Bains makes NHL debut for Vancouver Canucks
The Surrey, B.C., player grew up a fan of the Canucks, and he makes history as the fourth player of South Asian descent to play in an NHL game.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

A heartwarming message in Toronto's cold winter
From the ground in Toronto's Love Park it may not have looked like much, but from above, a message of love was spelled out in the snow, clear as day.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Ex-Ontario Power Generation employee arrested for alleged security breach involving foreign group
The RCMP announced last week that they had arrested one person who allegedly communicated safeguarded information to a foreign entity or terrorist group with the intent to put critical infrastructure at risk.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Jury finds Quebec man guilty of 1st-degree murder in 2000 cold case
Both the Crown and the defence agreed that Marc-André Grenon caused the death of Guylaine Potvin but they disagreed on what he was doing in her apartment and how her death happened.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

World Food Program suspends aid deliveries to northern Gaza as starvation fears worsen
The World Food Program said Tuesday it was forced to pause deliveries of food aid to isolated northern Gaza because of the "complete chaos and violence due to the collapse of civil order," further hiking fears of potential starvation.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Prosecutors charge 2 men with murder in Kansas City Super Bowl parade shooting
Missouri prosecutors said Tuesday that two men have been charged with murder in last week's shooting that killed one person and injured 22 others after the Kansas City Super Bowl parade.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

It's 'obvious' that rules weren't followed with ArriveCan development, Trudeau says
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it's "obvious" contracting rules weren't followed during the development of the controversial ArriveCan app.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Congo's PM resigns, government dissolves amid escalating violence in country's east
Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde, the prime minister of Democratic Republic of Congo, resigned on Tuesday, triggering the dissolution of his government, the presidency said in a statement.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Toronto bus stop shooting victims were 'innocently going about' their business when shot, police say
Toronto police have identified a victim and released suspect information connected with two shootings last week that have left residents in north Toronto shaken.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Toronto father 'innocently going about his business' when he was fatally shot, police say
Toronto police have identified a victim and released suspect information connected to a bus stop shooting over the weekend that has left residents in north Toronto shaken.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Facing a drug crisis and unsatisfied with Ontario's support, this city is looking to fund its own health centre
The mayor of Belleville, Ont., says the province is dragging its heels on a request for help to build a service hub. He now wants the city to look at funding it on its own.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

APO-Mometasone nasal spray recalled due to infection risk
Drug company Apotex is recalling two lots of its prescription nasal spray because of possible bacterial contamination.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

NHL commissioner upholds Leafs defenceman Morgan Rielly's 5-game suspension
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has upheld Morgan Rielly's five-game suspension for cross-checking after the NHL Players' Association filed for an appeal.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Ex-minister Lametti agrees to send social media records to official archives following Rebel suit
In a Federal Court case that raises questions about the preservation of politicians' public records, former justice minister David Lametti has offered to transfer his once-deactivated X account to Canada's official archives.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Quebec asks Ottawa for $1B to cover rising costs of asylum seekers
More than half of all asylum seekers currently residing in Canada —160,651 people out of 289,047 — are in Quebec. 



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Sask. small town reeling after house fire kills 2 seniors and 3 children
Davidson, a small Saskatchewan town of around 1,100 people, is reeling after a house fire Sunday. killed two seniors and three children. The town's mayor extender her thoughts to the family and the volunteer firefighters who first responded to the scene.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Navalny's mother to Putin: 'Let me finally see my son'
Lyudmila Navalnaya, the mother of dead Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, demanded on Tuesday that President Vladimir Putin hand over her son's body so she could bury him.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Renting? You probably report lower quality of life than homeowners
Statistics Canada says survey results over the last few years show renters are more prone to reporting a lower quality of life than homeowners, especially in Vancouver and Toronto.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Canada's inflation rate slowed to 2.9% in January
Canada's annual inflation rate slowed to 2.9 per cent in January, according to data from Statistics Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Canada's inflation rate slowed to 2.9% in January as gas prices fell
Canada's annual inflation rate slowed to 2.9 per cent in January, according to data from Statistics Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Financial intelligence agencies highlighting attempts to export sensitive technology to Russia
Canada's financial intelligence agency and European allies discovered that the individuals and organizations trying to evade sanctions and export control measures in their respective jurisdictions were using similar tactics.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Winnipeg man loses more than $600K in alleged wire-transfer fraud
Peter Squire never imagined what it would be like to lose his retirement savings of more than $600,000 to a fraudster.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Union locals urge Ontario college president to retire over 'derogatory' comments about women, foreign students
Two union locals at Conestoga College are condemning "derogatory" comments by the Kitchener, Ont., school's president and are calling for him to consider retiring. John Tibbits has told CBC K-W he was sorry he used the word "whore." The college is conducting an internal review.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Feel like you're juggling a lot? Try doing it while running a marathon
A Moncton man is attempting to break a Guinness world record for running a full marathon while juggling three balls. Joggler Jean-Marc Doiron can be the new record holder if he finishes the 42.2-km run in under two hours, 50 minutes and 12 seconds.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Cannabis has been legal for 5 years, but some employers still test for it
Cannabis has been legal in Canada since October 2018. But some employers are still testing their workers for it — and recreational use may even prevent you from getting a job. Andrew Sampson explains.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Defence lawyer calls for public inquiry into death of N.L. prison inmate
Bob Buckingham says Newfoundland and Labrador's chief medical officer should call for an inquiry into the circumstances of the death of Her Majesty's Penitentiary inmate Seamus Flynn.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Defence lawyer calls for public inquiry into death of St. John's prison inmate
Bob Buckingham says Newfoundland and Labrador's chief medical officer should call for an inquiry into the circumstances of the death of Her Majesty's Penitentiary inmate Seamus Flynn.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Doug Ford calls his next big bill the Get It Done Act. Here's what's in it
Premier Doug Ford's government is poised to bring in a major new piece of legislation on Tuesday, designed to speed up construction of new highways in Ontario by shortening their environmental assessments.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 20, 2024

Senators receive panic buttons in response to rising concerns about security on Parliament Hill
Canada's senators have been issued panic buttons as concerns about the safety of members of Canada's upper house pile up, CBC News has learned.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

#TheMoment a pack of wolves dug a tunnel through the snow in China
A pack of wolves dug a tunnel to get out of snow that was nearly one-metre deep in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Former Haitian president's wife, police chief among those indicted in his assassination: report
A judge investigating the July 2021 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse issued a final report on Monday that indicts his widow, Martine Moïse, ex-prime minister Claude Joseph and the former chief of Haiti's National Police, Léon Charles, among others.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

LockBit digital gang disrupted by international law enforcement in 'Operation Cronos'
LockBit, a notorious cybercrime gang that holds its victims' data to ransom, has been disrupted in a rare international law enforcement operation, according to a post on the gang's extortion website on Monday. Canada played a role in the operation.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

The 2024 tax season began this week. Here's what you need to know




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

The 2024 tax season begins today. Here's what you need to know




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

The 2024 tax season kicks off today. Here's what you need to know




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Banff among 6 Alberta communities to sign housing deals with Ottawa
The federal government says it has completed housing agreements with six small and rural communities in Alberta.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

The threat of climate change froze this scientist with fear. Here's how she found hope
It's hard to be optimistic about the world when you see the devastating effects of climate change all around you. But Hannah Ritchie, a University of Oxford data and environmental scientist, says that mindset only gets in our way.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

'Correcting history': Louis Riel's portrait as Manitoba's 1st honorary premier unveiled
The head of the Manitoba Métis Federation says his nation has reached "the turning point" in its history as a new portrait to honour Louis Riel as the province's honorary first premier was unveiled at the legislature Monday.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Louis Riel honoured as Manitoba's 1st premier
The premier and the president of the Manitoba Métis Federation unveiled a new portrait that honours Louis Riel — who led a provisional government and paved the way for the province's entry into Confederation in 1870 — as Manitoba's first premier.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

5 people, including 3 children, dead in Sask. house fire
An 80-year-old man and 81-year-old woman were removed from the house and transported to Davidson Hospital where they were pronounced deceased Sunday. Once the fire was extinguished, the remains of three children were found inside the home



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Tensions run high at Winnipeg town hall on policing Black communities in wake of 19-year-old's death
Winnipeg residents put the city's chief police officer in the hot seat during a Sunday discussion on policing Black communities that sometimes became heated, with the recent death of a young Nigerian student looming over the talks.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

B.C. has the highest doctor-patient ratio in Canada. Why is it still so difficult to access health care?
B.C. has more family doctors per capita than it did 40 years ago, according to a new report, but its lead author says trying to find one or get an appointment can still feel as difficult as competing for tickets to Taylor Swift's highly sought-after Eras Tour.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Lack of ammunition threatens Ukraine's hold on front line
Dwindling ammunition threatens Ukraine's hold on the 1,000-kilometre front line under withering assault by Russian artillery. Defensive lines are in jeopardy.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

No more Pornhub? That will depend on what happens with a Senate bill
A Senate bill might cause the owners of Pornhub to block access to the site in Canada, its owners say.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Michael J. Fox receives standing ovation for surprise appearance onstage at BAFTAs
Michael J. Fox made a surprise appearance onstage during Sunday night's BAFTA Film Awards to present the prize for best film to Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Crew forced to abandon cargo ship near Yemen after Houthi missile strike
A missile attack by Yemen's Houthi rebels that damaged a Belize-flagged ship travelling through the Bab el-Mandeb Strait that connects the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden has forced the crew to abandon the ship, authorities said Monday.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Navalny's widow urges Russians to fight 'to get our country back'
Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, said on Monday that she would press on with her husband's fight for a free Russia and called on supporters to battle President Vladimir Putin with greater fury than ever.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Looking for a lump of coal in Alberta? This mine is your last chance
While there are still five active coal mines in Alberta, only one sells coal to the general public — Dodds Coal Mine, located near the village of Ryley, about 100 kilometres southeast of Edmonton.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Desperate for a hip replacement, this 25-year-old gave up on Quebec's public system to get her life back




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

A 'senior tsunami' is about to hit Ontario and it needs more home-care workers, report says




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

This Quebec woman was so desperate for hip replacement, she sought a private surgeon




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

This Quebec woman was so desperate for hip replacement, she sought private surgeon




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Winnipeg infant's malnutrition death shows vulnerable mothers need more support, advocates say
The chief of a First Nation devastated by flooding more than a decade ago says the malnutrition death of a two-month-old baby in Winnipeg likely wouldn't have happened if his mother had been able to return home and had the support of her community. 



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Learning about his Surinamese heritage made this Ontario man feel ‘so much more complete'
Nigel Gordijk credits researcher Peggy Plet with helping him learn so much about his father's family history because she helped connect him with information that led to him learning about his missing Surinamese heritage, including his enslaved great-great-grandmother.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Nova Scotia museum opens up free online access to 100 years of community news
The Antigonish Heritage Museum is giving a Heritage Day gift to Nova Scotia and the world by providing free access to a new online library of 100 years of local news.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

'I don't sleep': Man from Gaza desperate to bring family to Saskatoon amid limited visas
A man from Saskatoon is trying to bring his three brothers to Canada, but there are only 1,000 visas up for grabs and he would have to foot the bill for all of the associated expenses.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Canadians saved $350B during the pandemic. So why aren't they spending it?




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Many Canadians are fed up with shrinkflation. So what's being done about it?




CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

I left Charlottetown for a rural homestead and it changed my idea of work-life balance and food
Erin Gillespie always wanted to start up a homestead someday. When opportunity knocked, the idea of moving her life and her business to the country seemed impossible at first.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Vast majority of permanent residents applying to join military haven't been accepted, figures show
The Canadian Armed Forces has received more than 21,000 applications from permanent residents eager to join the chronically understaffed military full time — but CBC News has learned that less than 100 of them have made it into the regular force in the year since they were allowed to sign up.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 19, 2024

Vast majority of permanent residents lost interest in joining military amid security check delays
The Canadian Armed Forces has received more than 21,000 applications from permanent residents eager to join the chronically understaffed military full time — but CBC News has learned that less than 100 of them have made it into the regular force in the year since they were allowed to sign up.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

NHL legend Lanny McDonald out of hospital after cardiac event
The Calgary Flames have forwarded a message from Hockey Hall of Famer Lanny McDonald that he's out of hospital following a cardiac event earlier this month.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Ontario government willing to let Landlord and Tenant Board backlog 'fester,' says watchdog group
A group that keeps tabs on Ontario's tribunals is speaking out about a backlog at the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB).



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Oppenheimer wins BAFTA awards for best film, director
Oppenheimer wins seven prizes — including best picture, actor and director — at the British Academy Film Awards.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Oppenheimer wins best film, director and actor at BAFTA awards
Oppenheimer wins seven prizes — including best picture, actor and director — at the British Academy Film Awards.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Alberta tops defending Scotties champ to join Jennifer Jones, Saskatchewan at 3-0
Jennifer Jones (3-0) moved into sole possession of first place in Pool B at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts after rolling to a 10-3 triumph over British Columbia's Clancy Grandy (2-1).



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Rising B.C. hockey star Arshdeep Bains called up to Canucks roster
The Surrey-born player was called up by NHL team for Saturday's game against the Winnipeg Jets, the latest milestone in a lifelong journey for the 23-year-old left winger.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

$6 breakfast a welcome deal for B.C. diners as restaurants try to balance costs and customers
The excitement of being able to purchase a full, sit-down meal for less than $10 has led to a full house every morning for OM, a fusion Indian-western restaurant in Prince George, B.C.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Certain eggs recalled in Saskatchewan due to salmonella
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced an egg recall in Saskatchewan on Saturday for certain products.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

George Santos sues late-night host Jimmy Kimmel for allegedly tricking him into making videos
Former U.S. Rep. George Santos alleged in a lawsuit filed Saturday that late-night host Jimmy Kimmel deceived him into making videos on the Cameo app that were used to ridicule the disgraced New York Republican on the show.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

No response from Ottawa as deadline set by Emergencies Act commission passes
The federal government has missed a deadline to respond to the findings of the Emergencies Act inquiry headed up by Justice Paul Rouleau.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

More snow hits Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula, causes several closures
Hot on the heels of the Valentine's Day storm, the Avalon Peninsula is snowed in again. The Sunday morning storm led to a number of closures and delayed openings.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Khan Younis hospital out of service amid fighting, fuel shortages in Gaza, health officials say
Fighting, fuel shortages and Israeli raids put the Gaza Strip's second-largest hospital completely out of service on Sunday, local and UN health officials said, as Israel battled Hamas militants in the devastated Palestinian enclave.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Romance novel boom spurs new bricks-and-mortar bookstores in Alberta
Specialty romance book stores have been opening across North America to respond to rising demand, including three shops dedicated to the genre on the Canadian Prairies all founded within the last year — like Edmonton's The Book Boudoir.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Value Village pricing secrets exposed; What's really in your food? CBC's Marketplace cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Value Village pricing secrets exposed; What's really in your food?: CBC's Marketplace cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

More than a bad trip: Experts warn about the risk of cannabis-induced psychosis
When Kalpit Sharma started smoking high-THC weed several times a day, he thought he was just "living his life" as a university student. But then he started hearing voices.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

Why I spend hours recreating hairstyles from period Chinese dramas for my Instagram account
Growing up in Montreal, Lili Lai didn't feel confident in her Asian identity. However, a trip to Vietnam changed how she perceived the role of fashion and hair in embracing her culture.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 18, 2024

She was the sole girl on the boys' hockey team. Decades later, she's cheering on the PWHL
The PWHL is giving an opportunity for women to forge a career in professional hockey — something Ontario's Dagmar Boettcher never had growing up in the 1950s and '60s.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Rideau Canal Walkway? NCC asks people to leave skates at home after snowfall
The Rideau Canal Skateway reopened Sunday just in time for the final days of Winterlude — but because of "very poor" ice conditions, the NCC is urging people to walk on it, not skate.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

‘Walking over skating' recommended as Rideau Canal Skateway set to reopen
Several weeks after warm weather forced it to close, the Rideau Canal Skateway should be back open Sunday — just in time for the final days of Winterlude.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

2 injured after train derailment, fire east of Revelstoke, B.C.
Two people were taken to hospital after two trains collided east of Revelstoke, B.C., leading to a derailment and a fire.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Investigation underway into 2 separate train derailments in B.C.
Canada's Transportation Safety Board said Saturday it's looking into two unrelated railway derailments in B.C.'s mountains, deploying investigators to one near Field, B.C., and gathering information on another near Revelstoke that sent two people to hospital.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Transportation Safety Board investigates 2 separate train derailments in B.C. mountains
Canada's Transportation Safety Board said Saturday it's looking into two unrelated railway derailments in B.C.'s mountains, deploying investigators to one near Field, B.C., and gathering information on another near Revelstoke that sent two people to hospital.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Bill Cunningham, CBC reporter who covered Vietnam War and coined The National, dead at 91
Bill Cunningham, the Canadian broadcast journalist who covered the Vietnam War for the CBC and helped name its flagship program, has died. He was 91.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Defending Israel's actions, N.Y. governor says 'there would be no Canada the next day' if it attacked Buffalo
In a statement on Friday night, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said she regretted "using an inappropriate analogy that I now realize could be hurtful to members of our community," and she apologized for her "poor choice of words."



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Inchstones are a celebration of a child's every tiny triumph. But could this parenting trend backfire?
Inchstones, like milestones, but smaller, are one of the top parenting trends of 2024. But one expert warns that celebrating every single tiny triumph could backfire.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Israeli military makes arrests at Gaza hospital, international concerns grow over Rafah
Israeli forces say it was hunting militants in Gaza's largest functioning hospital. Officials in Gaza say a 'large number' of medical personnel was detained.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Vancouver faces hotel shortage ahead of 2026 World Cup
A 2023 study by Destination Vancouver has found that demand for hotel rooms is expected to exceed supply in the summer months of 2026, despite the province saying more than a thousand hotel rooms are being developed in the city.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Alexei Navalny's team demands body be returned to his family
Alexei Navalny's mother has been officially informed of Russian opposition leader's death at a remote Arctic penal colony, but his team says it's not clear where his body is.



CBC Top Stories
Feb 17, 2024

Flight diverted to Winnipeg after passenger tried to open plane door
People flying from Vancouver to Toronto had to make a pit stop in Winnipeg after a passenger tried to open the airplane's door.



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