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U.S. President Donald Trump moved to mend his tumultuous relationship with America's spy agencies Saturday, travelling to CIA headquarters on his first full day in office and assuring officials, "I am so behind you."

Bombardier Snow machine

One man is confirmed dead and two others are missing but presumed dead after their large Bombardier snowmobile broke through the ice near Whale Cove, Nunavut, on Saturday morning.

APTOPIX Trump Inauguration Protests

In a global exclamation of defiance and solidarity, more than a million people rallied at women's marches in the nation's capital and cities around the world Saturday. The more than 600 "sister marches" around the world were held in conjunction with the Women's March on Washington.


Jose Bautista says he took less money to re-sign with the Toronto Blue Jays, but is happy even though he didn't get a long-term contract.


A spotlight on B.C.’s political financing practices hit the world stage this week and democracy watchers confirm that Quebec has recently risen to become a world standard in campaign corruption controls, while western provinces lag.


A food safety expert says the backlash against McDonald's for its decision to add nuts that are not individually packaged to some menu items may force the fast-food chain to reverse its decision.

Mexico Trump Inauguration

Donald Trump’s inauguration has many in Mexico bracing for the worst, as the man who promised to build a wall, talked about mass deportations and threatened to tear up NAFTA launches his term as U.S. president.

Salehi iran

Iran says it is reserving judgment on new U.S. President Donald Trump. But if he does, as he’s vowed, “tear up” the international deal Tehran reached on curbing its nuclear program, it could quickly ramp that program back up, says the country’s atomic energy chief.

Italy Quake Avalanche

Emergency crews pulled out four more survivors from the rubble of a hotel crushed by an avalanche and were searching Saturday for more as family members awaited word of their relatives.


The remote Scottish coastline just north of Aberdeen is a place of wild beauty, where the sand dunes rise to great heights. But there are other disorienting vistas — none more so than the site of a Mexican flag flapping in the wind. It's a not-so-subtle message directed at the man who has just become president of the United States.

Trump Inauguration Protests

Americans of all persuasions had streamed from across their exceptional country, beloved by God and unique in the world, to their capital city. There, they found cars on fire.

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Perhaps all prime ministers end up becoming television characters, but Kevin O'Leary is the first TV character to run for prime minister. Now, the question is how serious O'Leary should be taken as a contender for high office.

Womens march Beyonce signs

Canadian women who disavow the policies and presidency of Donald Trump are participating in the Women's March on Saturday in the U.S. capital and at home.

Trump Inauguration

U.S. President Donald Trump's inaugural speech was tonic for the crowd that flooded Washington from those blue-collar, rust-belt states that turned on the Democrats last year when Trump offered them the brash guarantee of better days ahead.

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Kootenay West boundaries

A look at Kootenay West, one of the 87 electoral districts in British Columbia.


Thousands of people have gathered at the Jack Poole Plaza in Vancouver in solidarity with the Women's March in Washington, D.C. — an event to show support for women's rights and human rights a day after Donald Trump's inauguration as U.S. president.

Jamaican Jerk Style Crocodile

Tammy Wood is an avid wild game hunter, mother of six, and former contestant on MasterChef Canada. She stopped by Our Vancouver to share her recipes for authentic Salmon Ceviche, and her Jamaican Jerk Style Crocodile. Recipes included!

Blood Donation Ban 20141012

Bone marrow donation is often the last hope of survival for leukemia patients like seven-year-old Joshua Weekes, who died earlier this week after being unable to find a donor.

Draft dodger

One of U.S. President Donald Trump's first acts in office was to sign an executive order to scale back the Affordable Care Act. But 40 years ago today, the beginning of Jimmy Carter's presidency sparked a different tone.


The week that was in British Columbia — in photos

Foxy Follies PG

Burlesque shows typically feature female performers, but a Prince George, B.C. troupe wants to showcase the beauty of the male body, as well.


The blaze broke out before 2 a.m. at a house in the 9600-block of 139 Street Saturday morning.


A spotlight on B.C.’s political financing practices hit the world stage this week and democracy watchers confirm that Quebec has recently risen to become a world standard in campaign corruption controls, while western provinces lag.

Women's March logo

Thousands of U.S. women are marching in protest of Donald Trump's inauguration today, and many B.C. women are marching at home in solidarity.

Urchin with gonads

Federal scientists and others are exploring the possibility of sea urchin farming in Canada, using Norwegian technology that proponents hope will turn 'zombie' urchins which can denude kelp beds into profitable seafood — but there is a question about the ecological cost.


Investigators in Burnaby and Surrey continue to investigate the shootings. It's unknown if either of the incidents are related to each other.

Tim Jones memorial service

A man who rescued hundreds of people from danger in the North Shore mountains will be memorialized on one of those very peaks.

Pipeline Decision BC 20161130

Christy Clark says she will instead ask the B.C. Liberal Party to reimburse her for individual expenses.


Henrik Sedin recorded the 1,000th point of his NHL career before Luca Sbisa scored the winner in the third period as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Florida Panthers 2-1 on Friday night.

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CBC | Sports News


Adam Hadwin has shot a 13-under 59 in the CareerBuilder Challenge for the ninth sub-60 round in PGA Tour history and the second in 10 days.


Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir captured their seventh national senior title Saturday, reclaiming their crown after a two-year hiatus. In the women's singles event, 21-year-old Kaetlyn Osmond took home gold.


Justine Dufour-Lapointe and Mikael Kingsbury both repeated as Val Saint-Côme champions on Saturday at the World Cup moguls event in their home province of Quebec.


Jose Bautista says he took less money to re-sign with the Toronto Blue Jays, but is happy even though he didn't get a long-term contract.


Wayne Rooney became Manchester United's all-time leading scorer by netting his 250th goal — a stoppage-time equalizer — in Saturday's Premier League game against Stoke.

Alex Harvey World Cup Ski

Canada's Alex Harvey won the men's 15-kilometre freestyle race at the cross-country skiing World Cup on Saturday in Ulricehamn, Sweden.

Switzerland Bob World Cup Humphries

Kaillie Humpries and pilot Melissa Lotholz were one one-hundredth of a second short of a gold medal Saturday at the bobsled World Cup in St. Moritz, Switzerland.


Milos Raonic's machine-like advance through the Australian Open suffered a brief glitch against Gilles Simon but the Canadian re-booted to delete the dogged Frenchman 6-2 7-6(5) 3-6 6-3 and reach the fourth round on Saturday.


Scott Russell reflects on Quebec's consistent love affair with freestyle skiing, even when directly competing with the NHL's Montreal Canadiens and the MLB's Montreal Expos.


CBC Sports will provide free live streams of all Hockey Night in Canada games on all platforms on Saturday nights.


The most successful female World Cup racer in history is hoping to get a shot at competing against the top men's downhill skiers at Lake Louise in November 2018.

Team Jamaica qualifies for Sochi 2014

The Jamaican bobsleigh team has started a crowd funding campaign in order to hire a coach that can guide them to an Olympic podium in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Good Times with Craig McMorris

From Whistler to L.A. to Calgary, we’ll explore the action sports life — the places and personalities that define Canada’s dominance leading into Pyeongchang 2018. We know it will be Good Times!

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