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Bishop Ron Fabbro

The Roman Catholic Diocese of London, Ont., is apologizing for the pain caused by sexual abuse by priests, after a group of survivors released a list naming their alleged abusers. 

Ikar Mao

Turkish authorities alleged a Canadian man had ISIS propaganda on his phone when he and his wife were arrested near the Syrian border this summer, CBC News has learned. The newlyweds were held for three months before being acquitted and returned to Canada in October.

The National

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News

florida shooting

Four people, including a UPS driver, were killed Thursday after robbers stole the driver's truck and led police on a chase that ended in gunfire at a busy Florida intersection during rush hour, the FBI said.

Youtube Rewind 2019

YouTube Rewind, the video platform's year-in-review, arrived in a brand-new format on Thursday after a torrent of negative reviews in 2018.

Opposition Leaders

The Conservatives and the New Democrats are against it, but the Bloc Québécois are for it, so should the throne speech be put to a vote in the House of Commons, it has enough support to pass.


The Royal Canadian Mounted Police is getting more money to cover a historic class-action lawsuit after more women than originally expected came forward with stories of harassment and sexual abuse.

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A total of 13 vaping-associated lung illness have been reported in Canada, health officials say, and every U.S. state has now reported cases.


Violence against health workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo is complicating the response to a massive measles outbreak and accelerating the spread of the disease, which has claimed twice as many lives than an ongoing Ebola epidemic.

China Ambasador Speech 20191205

China's ambassador to Canada is threatening what he called "very firm countermeasures" should Parliament adopt a motion calling for sanctions against Chinese leaders.


Video showing a U.S. Border Patrol cell where a 16-year-old from Guatemala died of the flu shows the teen writhing, collapsing on the floor and being left there for hours alone before he was found dead.

Britian NATO

A video of Justin Trudeau gossiping with other world leaders about Donald Trump is featured in an advertisement for the U.S. president's leading political rival.

Ontario PC anti carbon tax ad

The Ford government's advertising campaign attacking the federal Liberals' carbon pricing system cost Ontario taxpayers $4 million, the province's auditor general revealed.

Samoa Measles

Global data suggests 140,000 people died from measles last year, and health officials say they're alarmed by the rapid growth of the easily preventable disease.

Calgary Events Centre

It's no longer hypothetical. A final deal has been signed to build a new home for the Calgary Flames, with the help of $290 million from city taxpayers.

Helmut Oberlander

Canada's top court has decided not to hear an appeal from a 95-year-old ex-Nazi interpreter fighting to retain his Canadian citizenship, a decision that ultimately could lead to Helmut Oberlander's deportation.

Trump Impeachment

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, citing Donald Trump's "failure to faithfully execute the law," said Thursday she will ask the chair of the judiciary committee to proceed with articles of impeachment against the U.S. president.

Miriam MacCormack

Survivors of sexual abuse by Catholics clerics have compiled and published a list of men accused of the abuse in a southwestern Ontario diocese over the past 60 years.

MTL Massacre Anniversary 20191205

For years after the mass shooting at École Polytechnique in Montreal, there was resistance among some in Quebec to see what happened as more than an isolated act of a troubled man. Alison Northcott explores how that's changed.

BC News

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FortisBC announced that next year Revelstoke will see a 12 per cent increase in gas prices, while most of the province will see a two per cent drop. This is because Revelsoke is one of the only cities in B.C. which uses propane instead of natural gas.

Professor Misconduct 20160625

In late September, more than 1,600 people from the campus community signed an open letter calling for the declaration.


The only person affected by the District of North Vancouver's recent vote to prohibit the ownership of pigeons has filed a petition, asking the new bylaw be struck down. 


Ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies Inc. on Thursday said it had received more than 3,000 reports of sexual assault, including rape, related to its trips in the United States in 2018, at a time when it operated roughly 1.3 billion rides.

RCMP injunction enforcement January 2019

A Prince George, B.C., man is facing criminal charges related to the Jan. 7 enforcement of an interim injunction in Wet’suwet’en territory related to the Coastal GasLink pipeline. 

Cash money

Premiums under the province's MSP will be eliminated starting Jan. 1, saving individuals up to $900 a year and families up to $1,800 annually.

Naloxone vial

The number of illicit drug overdose deaths has dropped in British Columbia, but the coroners service says users need to remain cautious about an unpredictable and toxic drug supply.


At issue is whether the federal government can impose a carbon tax on provinces that have chosen not to implement one. The province of Saskatchewan lost its initial lawsuit against the tax in June but has appealed. 

Worst Pedestrian Intersection

Experts weigh in on the most dangerous crossings in Metro Vancouver and share measures to make them safer.


It doesn't matter how long Surjit Singh Toor's hand touched the female driver's leg — the contact was not trivial or minor, and the protection of transit operators is considered to be of "special importance," Vancouver Provincial Court Judge Wilson Lee said in his ruling this month.

Throne Speech 20191205

In a throne speech promising new efforts to tackle climate change, make life more affordable and impose a ban on "military-style" firearms, the Liberal government today called on members of Parliament to work across party lines to solve some of the country's most pressing issues.


A rock slide in B.C.'s southeast region has closed Highway 93 north of Cranbrook, Thursday. By late afternoon, crews had cleared enough of the road to allow alternating, single lane traffic through.


A system-wide strike was narrowly averted last week when the union and management hammered out a last-minute deal.

Travis Vader

Canada's top court won't consider a final appeal from the man convicted of killing Alberta seniors Lyle and Marie McCann, who vanished on a camping trip in 2010. Their bodies have never been found.


A news release from the Canadian Plastics Industry Association took a critical look at the City of Vancouver's recent ban on plastic bags and single-use plastics.

Mustard Seed Street Church

It’s been a year since the Mustard Seed’s food bank in Victoria was renovated to give users a comfortable grocery store experience, one that would help to empower users and break the stigmas of food bank use. 


If B.C. goes ahead with the switch to permanent daylight time, the sun won’t rise until after 9 a.m. for a full month in Vancouver during the winter. Some parts of the province won’t see the sun until 10 a.m.

Godless Billboard

They're a church of atheists, who for tax purposes, were hoping to be treated like a religion. But their arguments left three judges and Canada's Minister of National Revenue non-believers.

Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

When Britany Spavin hurt her foot after falling down a flight of stairs, she drove to a nearby hospital to get help. That was the easy part. It was getting from the hospital parking lot to the emergency room that was hard. 

Richmond Secondary School

Senior staff spoke to principals at all 10 high schools after two incidents erupted at Richmond Secondary School.

Sports News

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BKN Rockets Raptors 20191205

The Toronto Raptors restricted Houston star James Harden to 23 points but failed to corral the rest of the Rockets in a 119-109 loss Thursday.

Justin Kripps on bobsleigh racing: 'Every single detail matters'

Canadian Justin Kripps has been one of the more consistent bobsleigh pilots since breaking onto the professional circuit in 2012. Even with an Olympic Gold medal under his belt, Kripps continues to push himself to become better.


Former NHL player Brent Sopel says his stories on a year-old podcast about rough treatment from Marc Crawford were meant "to entertain the listener" and not to make allegations against his former coach.

Blue Jackets Avalanche Hockey

The defenceman had announced his arrival in the NHL some five months earlier with a string of standout playoff performances for the Colorado Avalanche after leaving college hockey.

Italy Figure Skating Finals

Nathan Chen is on course for a third straight title at the figure skating Grand Prix Finals, thanks to a costly mistake by his main rival Yuzuru Hanyu.


Jasey-Jay Anderson is Canada's most decorated snowboarder of all time, and in terms of Olympic Games representation and World Cup starts. Let’s see what the Mont-Tremblant, Que., native  is up to and whether we will see him at a seventh Olympic games?

Oklahoma Oklahoma St Football

Edmonton native Chuba Hubbard, the NCAA rushing leader, has been named the Big 12 offensive player of the year.


Canada didn't have its own professional basketball league when Kyle Julius retired from playing in 2009. So while the 40-year-old is thrilled to be on the bench as head coach of the Fraser Valley Bandits next season, he can't help but be a little envious as well.

RGL Wolfpack Moves 20191205

Two Toronto Wolfpack players are moving on with halfback Ryan Brierley joining Hull Kingston Rovers permanently while centre Greg Worthington goes to Featherstone Rovers on loan.

SOC College Cup Fleming 20191205

Canadian international Jessie Fleming is one of three finalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy, honouring the top NCAA soccer player. And her collegiate soccer career is set to end at the College Cup in San Jose, Calif.


A leading Italian sports daily is facing criticism for a headline reading "Black Friday" and featuring two black soccer players on the cover.

Calgary Events Centre

It's no longer hypothetical. A final deal has been signed to build a new home for the Calgary Flames, with the help of $290 million from city taxpayers.

HKN Avalanche Canadiens 20191205

Gabriel Landeskog scored in his return from a lower-body injury and the Colorado Avalanche beat the slumping Montreal Canadiens 3-2 on Thursday night.


American skiing star Mikaela Shiffrin has 62 career World Cup wins to her name. But her successes at Lake Louise might be the most unique — it's the site of her first downhill and super-G victories. Shiffrin returns to Alberta on Friday looking to take sole ownership of second on the all-time women's wins list.


As Josh Leivo explains it, the end of his Toronto Maple Leafs tenure came because of the situation rather than the personalities involved. Leivo played 84 games for the Leafs over six seasons before his trade to the Vancouver Canucks just over one year ago.

RGU-Sevens-Langford 20180513

The Canadian women's rugby sevens team got off to a roaring start at the HSBC World Sevens Series in Dubai, but needed to hold in the second half for a 24-19 win over Russia on Thursday.

US Humphries New Team Bobsled

A mechanical issue with a track forced the World Cup bobsleigh season to open a week later than planned. But it's who will be competing in the native red, white and blue of the U.S. that still dominates the headlines.


Britt Phelan will be seeking her first World Cup win this weekend at the ski cross season opener in Val Thorens, France, where she won’t have best friend and fellow Canadian Olympic medallist Kelsey Serwa by her side.

Rugby Sevens women

Watch live as Canada's men's and women's national teams compete at the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in Dubai.

Russia Figure Skating

There is nothing better than a competition featuring the world's best skaters going head to head at the halfway point in the season. This is exactly what will be happening in Torino, Italy at the end of this week when the top six finishers from the six-event Grand Prix Series head to the Grand Prix Final.

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