Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday that online hate likely contributed to the radicalization of the man accused of killing members of a Muslim family in London, Ontario, over the weekend, prompting human rights advocates to criticize his government for failing to meets its promise to deliver anti-hate legislation.
Toronto native Justyn Knight says he’s a more confident and strong runner than at 2019 world championships as he prepares to face a similarly elite field in his 5,000-metre season debut at Thursday’s Diamond League Golden Gala meet (CBCSports.ca, 2 p.m. ET).
The final cost to Albertans for the Keystone XL pipeline will be about $1.3 billion as the provincial government and TC Energy announced the official termination of the project Wednesday.
In the absence of a papal apology, the bishops of the Catholic Mackenzie-Fort Smith Diocese and Anglican Arctic Diocese offer their own apologies. But some say ‘sorry’ isn’t enough.
Members of the media are invited to join the Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth, and Joël Lightbound, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness for a press conference on legislation.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities have taken actions to protect their communities and have shut down or reduced operations, resulting in declines in their own-source revenue. In responding to partners’ calls for support to address these declines, and to continue supporting communities that provide core programs and important services,… Continue reading Government of Canada launches call for applications for Own-Source Revenue in Indigenous Communities Initiative
A Moscow court on Wednesday outlawed organizations founded by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny by labelling them extremist, the latest move in a campaign by authorities to silence dissent and bar Kremlin critics from running for parliament in September.
In March, the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association permanently banned Jenya Feldman for verbal abuse and threats of violence against players. But the private hockey academy owner is still on the ice with teen girls, and authorities say they can do little about it.
The final cost to Albertans for the Keystone XL pipeline will be about $1.3 billion as the provincial government and TC Energy announced the official termination of the project.
Human trafficking is an unconscionable crime that impacts the most vulnerable in Canada and around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has made it even more difficult to keep people safe, and help victims escape situations of human trafficking and access the supports they need. Indigenous women and girls, newcomers to Canada, Black and racialized women… Continue reading Government of Canada invests $2.8 million to help prevent human trafficking and support survivors and victims in British Columbia
A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government involving hundreds of people left out of residential schools compensation.
Members of the media are invited to an announcement with the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities regarding funding allocated through the Canada Healthy Communities Initiative.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left an estimated backlog of 15.9 million surgeries in Ontario, including MRIs, cataract surgeries, joint replacements and coronary bypass surgeries, according to the Ontario Medical Association. Doctors say they’re also worried about a decline in preventative screenings.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter previews soccer’s European Championship, which kicks off Friday after a one-year postponement.
A Canadian research team has published new evidence highlighting a combination of two treatments that could help patients suffering from a rare, but potentially-deadly, post-vaccine blood clot condition.
The head of the World Bank says that while a shortage of vaccine supply remains the biggest hurdle to inoculating people in the developing world, increased production in the United States may be able to meet growing demand.
Reinforcing international trade policies that promote growth and prosperity for all businesses, communities, and economies will be key to ensuring an inclusive and sustainable economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT) Ministers Responsible for Seniors Forum met today to discuss key priorities and meaningful ways to support current and future generations of older Canadians. The meeting was co-chaired by Minister of Seniors, Deb Schulte and Minister of Seniors and Housing for Alberta, Josephine Pon.
The federal and Alberta governments have signed an agreement with a private company that could lead to a $1.3 billion hydrogen plant being built near Edmonton.
Nootka Sound, British Columbia – The Government of Canada is committed to protecting Canada’s oceans and waterways, and is taking action to address the threat posed by wrecked, abandoned and hazardous vessels, including the MV Schiedyk, a historic shipwreck leaking oil off the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Remarks from the Chief Public Health Officer on COVID-19, June 9, 2021
The man facing murder charges after a truck jumped a London, Ont., curb and ran into a Muslim family of five, killing four of them, has left no traces on social media about his life. But a neighbour who spoke to CBC News said while the 20-year-old tended to keep to himself, he’d have frequent… Continue reading What we know about the accused in the fatal attack on a Muslim family in London, Ont.
Today, Jaime Battiste, Member of Parliament for Sydney—Victoria, on behalf of the Honourable Maryam Monsef, Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Rural Economic Development; the Honourable Derek Mombourquette, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, on behalf of Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Suzanne Lohnes-Croft; and Her Worship Amanda McDougall, Mayor of the Cape… Continue reading Investing in safer recreation infrastructure for Cape Breton residents
Brooklyn’s James Harden will miss Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinals because of the right hamstring injury that forced him out of the series opener.
Members of the media are invited to attend an important virtual infrastructure announcement regarding COVID-19 response for public infrastructure in Eastern PEI with the Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, and Member of Parliament for Cardigan, on behalf of the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities,… Continue reading Media Advisory – Montague, Prince Edward Island
While the Montreal Canadiens have had plenty of success over their rich history, playing in the final four of the NHL post-season is uncharted territory for many on the current roster.
Mark Scheifele says he remains disappointed in the NHL’s decision to suspend him for four games for his crushing blow on Jake Evans of the Montreal Canadiens in the opener of the North Division final.
Today, the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, announced that a settlement has been reached with Survivor and Descendant Class Members in the Gottfriedson Indian Residential Schools Day Scholar class action.
Funding for national official language organizations increased under the Action Plan for Official Languages
Manitoba is putting up $1.9 million in cash and scholarships as lottery prizes for anyone 12 and older who has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by Aug. 2 and two by Sept. 6.
Australia’s Olympic baseball team has given up trying to qualify for the Tokyo Games because of coronavirus-related travel complications.
Public Services and Procurement Minister Anita Anand said today Moderna will ship seven million more vaccine doses to Canada this month, ending weeks of uncertainty over when the Massachusetts-based company would deliver the long-promised order.
The NFB, Canada’s public producer, has recently greenlit a dozen new productions and co-productions—documentary and interactive works that got underway between January and March 2021.
The Government of Canada is investing over $1.1 million in 27 new projects in Saskatchewan communities through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities on behalf of the federal government. The program helps municipalities strengthen local infrastructure planning and decision-making by increasing local asset management capacity through investments in… Continue reading Canada and FCM invest in asset management in Saskatchewan communities
Canadian oilsands producers said on Wednesday they would form an alliance to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions from their operations by 2050, as the cash-rich firms come under pressure to meet the country’s goal on energy transition.
The Olympic Village has traditionally been a fun place to be, housing thousands of young athletes and staff ready to party and share a few beers and bubbly toasts.
The National Film Board of Canada is back at the REGARD – Festival international du court métrage au Saguenay with a strong and diverse crop of titles: four productions and co-productions, including works that have screened to acclaim at prestigious festivals around the world.
Today, the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, the Honourable Jason Kenney, Premier of Alberta, and His Worship Don Iveson, Mayor of Edmonton, announced that their governments are working closely with Air Products Canada Ltd. to advance clean energy in Canada and jointly pursue a transformative $1.3 billion net-zero hydrogen production investment.… Continue reading Government collaboration supporting the future of Alberta’s clean hydrogen sector
Members of the media are invited to attend an important infrastructure announcement in Toronto with the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities; Jean Yip, Member of Parliament for Scarborough–Agincourt; Gary Anandasangaree, Member of Parliament for Scarborough–Rouge Park; Aris Babikan, Member of Provincial Parliament for Scarborough–Agincourt on behalf of the Honourable Laurie Scott, Ontario’s… Continue reading Media Advisory – Scarborough, Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie Canal and Fort St. Joseph National Historic Sites officially kick off 2021 visitor seasons