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Jun 21, 2024

The National
June 21, 2024 | Special live coverage from Edmonton as the Oilers face a do-or-die Game 6 in the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. Shifting winds help firefighters in Labrador. Plus, celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Billionaire businessman James K. Irving dead at 96
J.K. Irving, chairman of J.D. Irving Ltd., has passed away at the age of 96, according to a news release from the company Friday evening.



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Jun 21, 2024

The wage gap for women in Canada's tech sector is only getting worse: report
The wage gap between women and men in Canada's tech sector has tripled over the course of five years, a new report shows.



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Jun 21, 2024

1 dead, others injured after school bus crashes in B.C.'s Cariboo
One person is dead and several others are injured after a school bus crash north of Lac La Hache Friday afternoon.



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Jun 21, 2024

Highway closed after school bus crash near Lac La Hache, B.C.
A school bus crash on Highway 97 near Lac La Hache has closed the road in both directions. 



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Jun 21, 2024

'I'm sorry and devastated': Elderly driver apologizes for crash that killed 8-year-old girl guide
Sentencing submissions wrapped up Friday in the trial of Petronella McNorgan, the London senior convicted of criminal negligence causing death in a crash that killed an eight year old girl.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Quebec taxi drivers awarded $143M in class-action ruling
A Quebec Superior Court judge awarded $143 million to taxi drivers to compensate them for their losses following the arrival of ride-hailing services like Uber and the province's 2019 law that abolished the taxi system.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Liberal MP Housefather's appointment to role fighting antisemitism delayed by concerns about caucus divisions
A proposal to appoint Liberal MP Anthony Housefather to a new role fighting antisemitism — which has been in the works for weeks — has been held up by concerns about divisions in the government caucus over the Israel-Hamas war, CBC News has learned.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Ontario Science Centre to close immediately as province points to roof concerns, costly repairs
The Ontario Science Centre is shutting down immediately as an engineering report commissioned by the province shows the roof could collapse — but while it could be fixed at a cost, the province is choosing to shutter the location indefinitely.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Ontario Science Centre to close immediately, as report shows roof could collapse: province
The Ontario Science Centre is shutting down immediately due to the risk that the building's roof could collapse, the province announced Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

IN PHOTOS | Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day
This is how people across Canada celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day on Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Supreme Court rules Ontario public school boards are subject to Charter of Rights
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that public school boards in Ontario are an arm of government and they cannot "disavow their constitutional obligations" under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, regardless of the terms in a collective agreement.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Calgary mayor wants wide survey of water lines after catastrophic break
Calgary's mayor is promising a wide-ranging examination of the city's underground infrastructure after a catastrophic water main break that has forced more than two weeks of use restrictions.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Will Canada join the U.S. in a tariff battle against Chinese EV imports?
The Canadian government appears set to push back against the explosive growth in Chinese electric vehicle imports by joining its allies in a tariff battle that risks triggering retaliation from Beijing.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Trespass notice issued to encampment members at University of Waterloo
The University of Waterloo has issued a legal trespass notice to Occupy UWaterloo members, who set up an encampment on campus on May 13. As has been the case with encampments at other universities, Occupy UWaterloo members want the school to divest of companies that support Israel as the war against Hamas in Gaza continues.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

'Coming back is not easy': Reggie Jackson recalls racism he faced in 1967 Alabama
During the broadcast of a Major League Baseball game in Birmingham, Ala., to honour the Negro Leagues, Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson offered up a raw remembrance of being barred from restaurants and hotels when he played in the minors in the 1960s.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Canadian men's soccer team 'deeply disturbed' after player targeted with online racist abuse
Canada's impressive performance in a 2-0 loss to top-ranked Argentina at Copa America has come at a cost, with Canada Soccer saying one of its players was a victim of online racial abuse following Thursday's match in Atlanta.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

OPP investigating after finding 4 people dead in rural Harrow, Ont., home
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating the deaths of four people at a home near Harrow, saying there's no imminent threat to the public but to keep on top of personal safety.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

OPP investigating after finding family of 4 dead in Harrow, Ont., home
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating the deaths of a mother, father and two young children at their family home near Harrow. A police spokesperson said Friday it's an "unimaginable tragedy" but there's no imminent threat to the public.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Police in Southwestern Ontario say 4 are found dead in a rural home
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating the death of four people at a home near Harrow.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

IN PHOTOS | Celebrating summer solstice
People in the Northern Hemisphere celebrate summer solstice, which marks the longest day of the year.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Oilers lead 1-0 over Panthers in all-important Game 6 of Stanley Cup final




CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Fans all-in as Edmonton Oilers look to push Florida Panthers to decisive Game 7




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Jun 21, 2024

Fire near Churchill Falls N.L., still active but not moving closer to town
Fire-suppression activities efforts Thursday have confined the wildfire near Churchill Falls, N.L., to the south bank of the river for the time being, says Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, which runs the massive hydroelectric plant in the town.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

'Tremendous' effort keeps wildfire south of Churchill River, says N.L. Hydro
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro says the raging fire that forced the evacuation of Churchill Falls has not jumped the Churchill River. Meanwhile, four new fires are burning, including one on Newfoundland's west coast, raising the province's total to 11.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Lack of fire movement brings optimism to Churchill Falls fire response, says N.L. Hydro
Fire suppression activities efforts Thursday have kept the wildfire near Churchill Falls to the south banks of the river for the time being, says Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

The ghosts of Canada's 1993 Conservative wipeout hang over Britain's election campaign




CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

The ghosts of Canada's Conservative wipeout hang over Britain's election campaign




CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Uterine fibroids can be debilitating. Treatments offer hope for less pain, faster recovery
Uterine fibroids can cause debilitating symptoms and have major impacts on quality of life, but new technology being introduced at some Canadian hospitals is providing more treatment options that promise less pain, a faster recovery and the potential to preserve fertility.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Kinds of Kindness is a banger of a summer horror movie — but it's not for everyone
Kinds of Kindness is an extremely dark, extremely funny horror-comedy that will certainly alienate audiences looking for a light romp. But horror fans will have a great time with this anthology-style film.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

He pays $300 a month for car insurance. Higher rates for immigrants are an 'injustice,' advocate says
Newcomers who need car insurance in Canada say they're quoted higher rates, even if they have previous driving experience, because insurance companies don't factor that into their monthly rate.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

A new law aims to crack down on environmental racism in Canada
For years, researchers, activists, community leaders have shown how Indigenous, Black and other racialized groups have been disproportionately affected by polluting industries. Now, a new law will require the federal government to better track this injustice, and aim to correct it.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Friends and family of man presumed drowned in Niagara whirlpool push police to keep searching
A man is presumed dead after falling into the Niagara River whirlpool last weekend and police have suspended their formal search — although friends and family are working to encourage them to keep looking for 25-year-old Shubham Manchanda, a former international student.     



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Friends, family of man presumed drowned in Niagara whirlpool on campaign to get police to resume search
A man is presumed dead after falling into the Niagara River whirlpool last weekend and police have suspended their formal search — although friends and family are working to encourage them to keep looking for 25-year-old Shubham Manchanda, a former international student.     



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Emma Stone's new movie is not the fun dramedy it seems — it's a deep, dark and juicy horror
Kinds of Kindness is an extremely dark, extremely funny horror-comedy that will certainly alienate audiences looking for a light romp. But horror fans will have a great time with this anthology-style film.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Large fire breaks in Richmond, B.C., south of Vancouver
Richmond Fire-Rescue said several trucks were dispatched to a fire near the Fraser River around 8:15 p.m.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 21, 2024

Large fire breaks out in Richmond, B.C., south of Vancouver
Richmond Fire-Rescue said several trucks were dispatched to a fire near the Fraser River around 8:15 p.m. Thursday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Argentina blanks gritty Canadians in Copa America debut
Canada held top-ranked Argentina scoreless in the first half but conceded a Julian Alvarez goal early in the second, eventually falling 2-0 to the star-studded South Americans in the opening match of Copa America on Thursday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Oilers fan decorates yard with life-size McDavid, Draisaitl paintings
Warren Sillanpaa, an extreme Oilers fan, created life-size paintings of Connor McDavid and teammate Leon Draisaitl and glued them to his fence so it appears as if they're hitting the ice, ready for action.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Landfill search for women's remains to begin late this fall, Manitoba officials say
The search of a Winnipeg-area landfill for the remains of two victims of an admitted serial killer is expected to start late this fall, when technicians will sift through garbage removed from an area the size of four football fields, the engineer who designed the search plan says.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Lawyer couple accused of stealing millions from more than a dozen homebuyers
In a rash of lawsuits, Nicholas Cartel and Singa Bui are alleged to have embezzled client money that was meant to buy houses or pay down mortgages — in part by using an exploit that's arguably easier than before in routine real-estate transactions.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Quebec judge rejects Robert Miller's request for stay of proceedings in sex crime case
A Quebec Superior Court judge has rejected a request to stay charges against Robert Miller, the Montreal billionaire charged late last month with sexual assault and exploitation of 10 women and girls.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

What each PWHL team needs ahead of free agency
Teams can sign free agents and draft picks beginning on Friday, and have been able to re-sign players from last year's roster since June 1.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

New national school food program could be in place before end of next school year
The federal government unveiled details of a new national school food program Thursday that it hopes will be providing meals to more kids in more schools before the end of the next school year, but Families Minister Jenna Sudds cautioned that it will take time for organizations to scale up their existing operations.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Poilievre kicking off the summer with a campaign-style RV tour of Quebec
With the House of Commons adjourned for the summer, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is taking his political message on the road in a campaign-style RV trip around Quebec.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Cancer community slams 'appalling ignorance' of people commenting on Catherine's appearance
When Catherine, Princess of Wales, smiled at the crowds at Trooping the Colour last weekend, her first public appearance since December, the general reaction online could perhaps best be characterized with two statements: 1. She looks great. 2. Why?



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Why are so many big-city condos sitting empty? | About That
In the midst of a housing supply crisis, thousands of condos in Canada's largest cities are sitting empty. Most, experts say, are less than 500 square feet. Andrew Chang explains why there's been an explosion of these so-called 'shoebox' condos, and why they're suddenly struggling to sell.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Watch out for fake versions of popular weight-loss drugs, WHO says
The World Health Organization say it has fielded several reports of fake semaglutide — the active ingredient in Novo Nordisk's Wegovy and Ozempic — in all geographic regions of the world since 2022.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Donald Sutherland, legendary Canadian actor, dead at 88




CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Finding your green dream job is now easier, thanks to this career counsellor
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, a career counsellor offers tips on how to find a climate-friendly job. We check out the cool new features of CBC's climate dashboard and look at a plan to 'grow' fences in Ottawa.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Should social media come with a health warning, like cigarettes? Experts say it's a start
The U.S. surgeon general is calling for a warning label on social media, citing mental health risks for teens. Would warnings similar to the ones on cigarettes make a difference?



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

With Trudeau on the ropes, Liberals contemplate the next election with hope and anxiety
Justin Trudeau keeps saying he wants to stay and fight the next election against Pierre Poilievre. But his leadership could be put to the test in next week's byelection in Toronto-St. Paul's. And his MPs are wavering between resignation and enthusiasm.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Truck with anti-Muslim messaging registered to Rebel News Network
An advertising truck that is being investigated by Toronto police, after it was spotted this week driving through the city while displaying anti-Muslim images and messages, is registered under Rebel News Network, a provincial database shows.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

As Tehran condemns decision to list IRGC as terrorist group, Ottawa urges Canadians in Iran to come home
The federal government is urging Canadians in Iran to come home to avoid acts of retaliation by the state — including arbitrary arrest — as Tehran condemns Ottawa's decision to list the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist organization.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Legendary Canadian actor Donald Sutherland dead at 88
Donald Sutherland, the Canadian actor whose career spanned more than seven decades, has died at the age of 88.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. won't be crashing the early Biden-Trump presidential debate
Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has failed to qualify for next week's debate in Atlanta, according to host network CNN, falling shy of benchmarks both in state ballot qualification and necessary polling.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

The House of Commons has adjourned for the summer — what did it accomplish?
The House of Commons has risen for the summer, sending MPs back to their ridings to meet with constituents and point to their legislative accomplishments over the past year.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Pathways Alliance oilsands group removes content from website and social media, citing Bill C-59
The Pathways Alliance group of oilsands companies has removed all content from its website and social media feeds.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Humboldt Broncos bus crash survivor named to Canada's Paralympic rowing team
Jacob Wassermann's lifelong dream of representing his country at the highest level in sport, to wear the maple leaf on a global athletic stage, has finally become a reality.  Rowing Canada made it official on Thursday as Wassermann is part of Team Canada going to the Paralympics.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Rapper Travis Scott arrested for trespassing and public intoxication
Rapper Travis Scott was arrested by Miami Beach police early Thursday on misdemeanour charges of trespassing and public intoxication.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

With Rafah border crossing closed, malnourished children in Gaza risk death
Aid organizations say sick, malnourished children are facing death in Gaza, as they can't cross the Rafah border to find proper medical treatment amid the Palestinian territory's collapsing medical system, struggling with a critical lack of supplies after over eight months of the Israel-Hamas war.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

After Drake battle, Kendrick Lamar concert celebrates Los Angeles unity
Not content with merely taking a victory lap after winning his battle against fellow rap superstar Drake, Kendrick Lamar turned his Juneteenth Pop Out concert at the Forum into a cathartic livestreamed celebration of Los Angeles unity featuring a mix of up-and-coming L.A. rappers and stars.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Dutch PM Mark Rutte poised to become next NATO secretary general
Mark Rutte, a staunch ally of Ukraine and a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, is set to become NATO's next secretary general, building on a career as a political dealmaker from his 14 years as Dutch prime minister.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Hezbollah's leader issues threat to Israel as drumbeat of war near Lebanon border grows
Lebanon's Hezbollah has new weapons and intelligence capabilities that could help it target more critical positions deeper inside Israel in case of an all-out war, the militant group's leader warned on Wednesday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Anti-tax crusading B.C. couple loses Tax Court battle with CRA
A federal tax court judge has dismissed a bid to avoid income tax and GST by a B.C. couple who made more than $1.4 million counselling Canadians on the evils of taxation.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Tax Court judge rejects appeal by B.C. couple who called income tax 'a crime against humanity'
A federal tax court judge has dismissed a bid to avoid income tax and GST by a B.C. couple who made more than $1.4 million counselling Canadians on the evils of taxation.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Wolves adapt to culling efforts — and that could be 'bad news' for caribou, study finds
Research published this week in the journal Biological Conservation sheds light on how wolf culls alter the behaviour of survivors, and warns of unintended consequences on threatened caribou and the broader boreal habitat.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Burned out: Former B.C. wildfire fighters worry safety at risk as experienced workers leave
At a time when B.C. needs wildfire fighters most, the service is struggling to retain people with experience amid longer and harsher fire seasons. Some who have left the service say that as experienced firefighters burn out, unseasoned ones must take their place, increasing the danger to everyone.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Rent increase protections for New Brunswick tenants weakened by provincial changes
Rules in place to help protect New Brunswick tenants against rent increases that exceed the rate of inflation for the coming year have been weakened by the province.  



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Toronto voters say federal byelection is a referendum on Justin Trudeau's future
The upcoming Toronto-St. Paul's federal byelection will be a critical test for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his party — a bellwether indicating how the party is faring in an area of the country where Liberals have performed well for decades.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Wait, where's the loot? The Toronto gold heist is far from solved
The theft of 400 kilograms of gold from Toronto's Pearson Airport in April 2023 played out like a Hollywood movie. But even after police charged 12 men in connection with the heist, tens of millions in gold is still missing, raising the question of whether investigators have really cracked the case.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Bad math and missing millions: Why the Toronto airport gold heist is far from solved
The theft of 400 kilograms of gold from Toronto's Pearson Airport in April 2023 played out like a Hollywood movie. But even after police charged 12 men in connection with the heist, tens of millions in gold is still missing, raising the question of whether investigators have really cracked the case.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Canada, Germany and Norway discussing a security pact to cover the North Atlantic and Arctic
Canada, Germany and Norway are discussing the possibility of a trilateral defence and security partnership covering the North Atlantic and the Arctic — an arrangement that could be broader and deeper than previously thought.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Climate goals could make gas heating obsolete. So why do gas companies keep adding customers?
Canada's climate goals are expected to make fossil fuel heating for buildings obsolete within decades. But gas companies are still laying more gas pipes and connecting more homes and businesses — and the last customers could be left paying for it all.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Grolar bear hybrids in N.W.T. all traced back to same 'strange' female polar bear
A recently-published study examined samples from more than 800 polar bears and grizzlies in Canada, Alaska and Greenland. To researchers' surprise, a family of bears in the N.W.T. were the only hybrids detected — meaning hybridization is rare. But it is expected to happen more often.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Public servants uneasy as government 'spy' robot prowls federal offices
A device public servants call "the little robot" began appearing in Gatineau office buildings this March. Their union calls it intrusive and insulting.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Megaconstellations of satellites are burning up in our atmosphere. That could have consequences
SpaceX plans to launch more than 42,000 satellites into orbit, and other companies are looking to add thousands more. Now scientists are calling for more research to the possible consequences — including to our recovering ozone hole — as they burn up in our atmosphere when they're done.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

Mexico's heat wave made monkeys fall dead from trees. With climate change, that'll happen more often
Human-caused climate change made the devastating heat wave across Central America and the southern U.S. in May 35 times more likely, and is set to happen way more often in the coming decades, according to an analysis by a global weather attribution research group.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

The Bikeriders thinks masculinity is a curse — but at least it looks cool on a motorcycle
The Bikeriders, the new motorcycle mayhem movie from Jeff Nichols, is an impressive — if at times inscrutable — investigation into masculinity.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 20, 2024

WestJet mechanics' strike averted, airline and union say
The union representing WestJet mechanics has withdrawn a strike notice and will resume talks with the airline, the airline's president says.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

A show of Pride in Florida shines a light on the fight against anti-2SLGBTQ policies
Residents of Jacksonville, Fla., lit up a city bridge with rainbow lights to mark the beginning of Pride month after the state's new rules meant the usual lights wouldn't happen. The defiant display captured international attention, and advocates say it's a symbol of how people are fighting back against anti-2SLGBTQ policies.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Toronto police investigate ad truck with anti-Muslim messaging
Toronto police says its hate crimes unit is investigating a video of a mobile advertising truck displaying anti-Muslim digital images and messages.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Churchill Falls, N.L., residents ordered to evacuate as wildfire grows out of control
Forestry officials in Newfoundland and Labrador have ordered the evacuation of the Labrador community of Churchill Falls as a wildfire continues to grow out of control.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Ex-youth worker handed 2-year sentence for sexual exploitation of 14-year-old in 1990
A former youth worker with Alberta Child and Family Services has been handed a two-year sentence for sexual exploitation.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Alberta city sues fired mayor, councillors alleging $650K in 'improper' spending
The City of Chestermere is suing its fired mayor and councillors for more than $650,000, alleging "improper" spending by the four men on parties, alcohol, a private investigator, a personal piano move and surveillance equipment to spy on a co-worker. 



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Outgoing NATO chief says China should face consequences for backing Russia's war on Ukraine
NATO's secretary general called out Beijing on Wednesday, saying China "cannot have it both ways" when it comes to the war in Ukraine.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Alaska man helps trapped and shrieking baby moose — while avoiding its mama
When Spencer Warren pulled up at work on Friday morning in Homer, Alaska, he heard a strange, high-pitched creaking sound from the nearby lake. 



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Alberta RCMP say 2 B.C. cases may match serial killer's method
In May, the Alberta RCMP Historical Homicide Unit linked Gary Allen Srery to the deaths of four young women in Calgary in the 1970s. Srery died in an Idaho State prison in 2011 while serving a sentence for violent sexual crimes. Now, police believe he may be linked to unsolved murders in B.C.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

French boys charged with raping Jewish girl, 12, in antisemitic hate crime
Two adolescent boys in a Paris suburb have been given preliminary charges of raping a 12-year-old girl and of religion-motivated violence, French authorities said Wednesday. 



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Scientists think they know why humans live so long: Moms
As a new study links maternal care with human and animal longevity, some researchers worry the findings could be harmful for mothers if taken out of context.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Retired New York firefighter comes out in his obituary: 'I was gay all my life'
Edward Thomas Ryan, an 85-year-old retired firefighter and veterans' advocate from Rensselaer, N.Y., announced in his obituary: "I was gay all my life."



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Hamilton awards $1.4M contract to company tied to security firm banned from public project bidding in Quebec
The City of Hamilton has awarded a four-year contract to EuroWorld — a company connected to now-bankrupt Neptune Security, which was banned from bidding on public contracts in Quebec because of questionable business practices. 



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Alberta's rate of population growth led the country to start 2024 — even before $5K 'moving bonus'
Alberta had the fastest rate of population growth in Canada over the first three months of the year, according to new data released Wednesday, and continues to be the most popular destination for people moving within the country.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Gunman's wife says fraud dispute led to deadly Toronto office shooting
The wife of a gunman in a fatal Toronto shooting says he believed the two victims were behind an alleged mortgage investment scheme that defrauded their family.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Hundreds are believed to have died at this year's Hajj in scorching Saudi heat
Hundreds of people died during this year's Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia as the faithful faced intense high temperatures at Islamic holy sites in the desert kingdom, officials said Wednesday as relatives tried to claim their loved ones' bodies.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Feds delay closure of B.C.'s open-net salmon farms until 2029
The federal government announced Wednesday that it would delay the closure of open net salmon farms off British Columbia's coast until 2029 to facilitate a transition to closed containment systems.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Noam Chomsky said to question the media. This week, the media reported he had died
Noam Chomsky, famed linguist and activist, has always encouraged people to critically question the media. Then, yesterday, several media outlets reported his death when he was, in fact, still alive. The irony hasn't been lost to people online.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Noam Chomsky told us to question the media. This week, the media reported he had died
Noam Chomsky, famed linguist and activist, has always encouraged people to critically question the media. Then, yesterday, several media outlets reported his death when he was, in fact, still alive. The irony hasn't been lost to people online.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

UN human rights office says Israel may have violated laws of war in Gaza
Israeli forces may have repeatedly violated the laws of war and failed to distinguish between civilians and fighters in the Gaza conflict, the UN human rights office said on Wednesday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 19, 2024

Stonehenge sprayed with paint by environmental protesters
Environmental protesters sprayed paint on Britain's Stonehenge on Wednesday, with footage online showing orange marks covering some of the stones of the world-famous prehistoric megalithic structure.



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