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Shania Twain, Lainey Wilson to headline P.E.I. country music festival next summer

Country superstars Shania Twain and Lainey Wilson will headline the 2025 Cavendish Beach Music Festival, organizers announced Tuesday.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Quebec renews COVID-19 vaccination recommendations for fall amid uptick in cases

Quebec had 790 positive COVID-19 cases in the week of July 16, according to the latest data from the Institut National de Santé Publique du Québec.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Quebec renews COVID-19 vaccination recommendations for fall amid uptick in cases

Quebec had 790 positive COVID-19 cases in the week of July 16, according to the latest data from the Institut National de Santé Publique du Québec.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Man dies after being hit by dump truck in Whitchurch-Stouffville

A man has died after being hit by a dump truck in Whitchurch-Stouffville on Tuesday morning, York Regional Police said.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

'It's a crazy ride': UWindsor professor on drama unfolding in U.S. presidential election campaign

Political science professor at the University of Windsor, Lydia Miljan, spoke with Peter Duck on Windsor Morning about if the U.S. presidential election could possibly have anything to do with Canada's federal election in 2025.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

'It's a crazy ride': UWindsor professor on drama unfolding in U.S. presidential election campaign

Political science professor at the University of Windsor, Lydia Miljan, spoke with Peter Duck on Windsor Morning about if the U.S. presidential election could possibly have anything to do with Canada's federal election in 2025.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

NBA veterans Kelly Olynyk and Dwight Powell ready to lead Team Canada to basketball gold

NBA stars Kelly Olynyk and Dwight Powell sit down with CBC's Dwight Drummond and share why heading to the Olympics for Team Canada is a lifelong dream. Plus the veteran players share their connections

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

How students from Moose Factory are getting health science education closer to home

Sixteen students from Moose Factory have graduated from the Specialist High Skills Major program in health and wellness, a collaboration between Weeneebayko Area Health Authority and Queen's Universit

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Fire ravages wilderness camp in northern Manitoba

Several buildings in a northwestern Manitoba wilderness camp were burned in a wildfire on the weekend, discovered by someone cruising past on a Jet Ski, RCMP say.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

B.C. towns fill up with with evacuees from Jasper wildfire

British Columbians have flung open their doors to welcome evacuees from wildfires, but government officials are warning space in the province is limited.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

U.S. regulator investigating Delta after global tech outage led to widespread cancellations

U.S. airline regulators have opened an investigation into Delta Air Lines, which is still struggling to restore operations on Tuesday, more than four full days after a faulty software update caused te

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Mr. Netanyahu goes to Washington, irking some U.S. Democrats and protesters at home

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Washington on Monday, leaving behind one war - brutal and seemingly unending - in order to navigate America’s chaotic and unpredictable political battlefield.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

N.W.T. Conservatives quiet about appeal filed over federal election candidate

Local Conservative Party members are keeping quiet about what appears to have been a divisive process to select their candidate for the next federal election.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Tunnel bus passenger says he was discriminated against and abandoned at border

A Brampton man says he was discriminated against by a driver of the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel Bus and abandoned at a border crossing but after a Transit Windsor investigation, a city spokesperson says the allegations are unfounded.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Crop-dusting plane crashes in Manitoba's Interlake region, pilot injured

The wing of a crop-dusting plane clipped a tree, sending the small craft crashing to the ground in Manitoba's Interlake region on the weekend, RCMP say.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Vancouver Park Board passes appropriate swimwear policy

Vancouver Park Board commissioners have voted to pass a staff report clarifying "appropriate" swimwear at the city's pools.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

U.S. Secret Service director steps down after merciless hearing over Trump shooting

The embattled director of the Secret Service has resigned from her post less than 24 hours after lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle eviscerated her during a hearing looking into the stagge

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Canadian convicted under U.K. terrorism act

British, U.S. and Canadian officials say cross-border collaboration led to the conviction of Khaled Hussein, of Edmonton, and helped prevent Al-Muhajiroun from radicalizing more people.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Occupational health and safety charges laid in fatal Come By Chance refinery blast

One worker died and seven others were seriously injured in Sept. 2, 2022, explosion.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

MUN's board of regents chair being investigated over emails reportedly sent to former student's father

The chair of Memorial University's board of regents, Glenn Barnes, is under investigation by the university over an email reportedly sent to the father of a former student.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Some parents worry new N.S. school lunch program won't meet all dietary needs

The Nova Scotia government is rolling out its affordable school lunch program this October, with two meal options daily. One will be vegetarian, and all ingredients will be listed. But some parents ar

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

12-year-old rescued from riptide at Nova Scotia beach

Onlookers responded quickly last week when 12-year-old Fiona Poulin suddenly found herself caught in a riptide that pulled her far out into the water. Josh Hoffman talked to the people who were at Conrads Beach that day.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Halifax Bangladeshi people worry as internet still down in country after deadly protests

For several days, Bangladeshi people in Nova Scotia have had trouble reaching family and loved ones in their home country. On Thursday, the Bangladeshi government shut down internet and text message s

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

Fire damages cabins on sacred Mi'kmaw island in Cape Breton

Fire crews were called to Mniku, or Chapel Island, around noontime after a fire broke out ahead of this week's annual St. Anne's Mission.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024

NSCC opens on-campus housing, welcomes 150 students in September

The Nova Scotia Community College has completed the first two of seven on-campus housing projects, on the Pictou campus in Stellarton and the Akerley campus in Dartmouth, which are already fully booked for September.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
23 Jul 2024
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