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9th May 2021 6 Canadian artists proudly following in their mothers' footsteps
Following in a parent's footsteps can be a daunting experience. CBC News spoke with six artists on how they have embraced the path once walked by their mothers. ...

9th May 2021 Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday
Manitoba is moving schools from kindergarten to Grade 12 in Winnipeg and Brandon to remote learning amid a spike in COVID-19 cases, officials said on Sunday. ...

9th May 2021 Ford recalls 661,000 Explorer SUVs in Canada, U.S. and Mexico over roof rail concerns
Ford is recalling 661,000 Explorer sport utility vehicles in North America, including 36,419 in Canada, at the request of U.S. regulators because retention pins could loosen and allow roof rail cover...

9th May 2021 'Like comfort food': Trailer Park Boys cast reflects on 20 years of life in Sunnyvale
Twenty years after the Trailer Park Boys debuted, the show about a foul-mouthed bunch of petty criminals from the Sunnyvale Trailer Park has become a part of Canadiana. CBC News spoke with some of th...

9th May 2021 Free flowers in B.C. bring smiles to isolated seniors
What started with the donation of one bouquet has mushroomed into a huge flower delivery extravaganza as volunteers bring flowers to isolated seniors in the B.C. community of Maple Ridge. ...

9th May 2021 Registered practical nurses struggling with pandemic stress, workload: poll
More than half of the 2,600 registered practical nurses in a new Canadian survey said they were coping poorly or extremely poorly at work over the past year of the pandemic, ...

9th May 2021 Travel deals are here but should you book now?
Several travel providers are offering deals to entice Canadians to book now for a future trip ? once it?s deemed safe to travel. But some travel experts warn that the pandemic isn't over and could st...

9th May 2021 Parents, experts worry about 'snowball effect' of literacy, development lags amid pandemic schooling
For worried parents, education researchers and developmental experts, alarm bells are ringing about how pandemic-disrupted schooling is affecting this generation of students, particularly the develop...

8th May 2021 New vehicle decal for Treaty Three Police Service to honour MMIWG, foster discussions

9th May 2021 Online campaign encourages Hong Kongers in Canada to recognize their identity in 2021 census
The #IAmHongKonger campaign calls on members of the diaspora to select Hong Kong as their ethnic origin in the long-form census and to list Cantonese as one of their spoken languages at home in the s...

25th Apr 2021 Lulu Anderson: The history and present of Black civil rights in Alberta
Although Lulu Anderson is a very early example of Black activism in Canada, her case is much less known than some others. ...

9th May 2021 Tulips, daffodils and cherry blossoms on full display in Canada
Spring is in full bloom across Canada with tulips, daffodils and cherry blossoms on display. Here's a selection of some of the best blooms that CBC photographers, video producers and others captured ...

9th May 2021 Budget 2021 sets up a fight over high-interest loans
Though it got only a few lines in the hundreds of pages that made up Budget 2021, the federal government's commitment to open talks on changing Canada's "criminal rate of interest" has anti-poverty a...

8th May 2021 Behind the door-to-door campaign viewed as key to raising Montreal's vaccination rate
In Montreal, there are pockets of the city with a lower rate of vaccine uptake, many of which are in low-income, more diverse parts of the city. Community groups and public health teams are aiming to...

8th May 2021 B.C. health researchers call for better data in a post-pandemic world

9th May 2021 McDavid reaches 100-point milestone in win over Canucks
Edmonton Oilers forward Connor McDavid sprinted to a 100-point NHL season with a goal and three assists Saturday in a 4-3 win over the visiting Vancouver Canucks. ...

8th May 2021 Maple Leafs getting 1st doses of vaccine as new NHL virus protocols emerge
The Toronto Maple Leafs say they are getting their first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday, but the team won't have relaxed virus protocols like some of their American counterparts. ...

8th May 2021 Did this message in a bottle really come from the Titanic? Quebec researchers are trying to find out

8th May 2021 Wood chopping and frozen trucks: Report shows successes, challenges in military's First Nations COVID response

8th May 2021 Canadian soccer star Christine Sinclair propels Portland Thorns to NWSL Challenge Cup title
Christine Sinclair of Burnaby, B.C., and her Portland Thorns teammates won the NWSL's second annual Challenge Cup on Saturday, prevailing 2-1 on penalties with Morgan Weaver's goal in Round 7 of sudd...

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