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Hillary Clinton ramped up her pressure on Donald Trump in the election's most competitive states Friday with an emotional TV ad targeting his criticism of a Muslim-American family. Trump vowed to go all out in the final three weeks so he'll have no regrets — even if he loses.

Bowhead whales

Bowhead whales like their afternoon siestas. That's what UBC's Sarah Fortune realized after she and her fellow researchers gathered and analysed stunning drone footage of the mammals in the eastern Canadian Arctic.


Researchers have the clearest-ever picture of the receptor that gives humans the 'high' from marijuana, which could lead to a better understanding of how the drug affects humans.


Canadian families spend almost one-quarter of their income on child care, a ratio that is much higher than in other parts of the world, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development​ says.

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The Canadian dollar traded below 75 cents US for the first time since March. The almost one-cent drop comes partly because of signals from the Bank of Canada — although the central bank is likely fine with a lower loonie.


In cities across the country including Bordeaux, Toulouse, and Lyon, hundreds of police officers have been gathering in the streets to protest their working conditions, which they say have deteriorated since a state of emergency was declared nearly a year ago.

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The United Nations celebrated Wonder Woman's 75th birthday by naming the comic book character as its new Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Woman and Girls, despite frustration from both inside and outside the world organization that the spot should go to a real — and less sexualized — woman.


A child under 18 months old was taken to hospital in critical condition Tuesday night after being rescued from a North End Winnipeg home containing what police suspect was fentanyl residue.


Images taken by a NASA Mars orbiter indicate that a missing European space probe was destroyed on impact after plummeting to the surface of the Red Planet from a height of two to four kilometres, the European Space Agency said on Friday.

Family violence

More than 230 Canadians a day are victims of family violence that gets reported to police, according to a new report.

EU-Belgium talks collapse

Last-ditch efforts to salvage Canada's trade deal with the European Union appear to have collapsed Friday, as International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland walked out of talks with the regional government of Wallonia. The region has been been blocking the deal that was supposed to be signed next week.


Cyberattacks targeting a little known internet infrastructure company, Dyn, disrupted access to dozens of websites on Friday, preventing some users from accessing PayPal, Twitter and Spotify.

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Cries of “Don’t hurt me!” rang out outside Hamilton City Hall on Friday as a protester who tried to ambush Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by throwing pumpkin seeds was taken down by security.

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If Russian President Vladimir Putin is indeed pulling the strings in this U.S. election, he's likely less interested in shaking up the outcome of the race than in proving a point about American democracy, experts say.

Paul Bischoff Netflix crackdown

Netflix may be winning the war on cross-border watchers, but some of its targets refuse to go down without a fight. A handful of unblocking companies are finding ways around the Netflix blocks, says the consumer tech security website Comparitech.

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Qualicum Beach fire

A Qualicum Beach man is dead after a fire broke out in his antique store Friday afternoon.

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Seamus Martin Weeks, 19, is facing 29 criminal charges related to invitation to sexual touching, possessing and making child pornography, extortion and uttering a threat.

Heavy Metal Parking Lot Abby

In 1986 two filmmakers headed to a Judas Priest show in suburban Largo, Md. It seemed only fitting that CBC would honour the event with our own version of the product of their endeavours, Heavy Metal Parking Lot.


A 16-year-old girl who was hit by a truck while jaywalking in Nanaimo last month has died from her injuries.

Bowhead whales

Bowhead whales like their afternoon siestas. That's what UBC's Sarah Fortune realized after she and her fellow researchers gathered and analysed stunning drone footage of the mammals in the eastern Canadian Arctic.

Bella bella tug

Stormy, wet weather has thwarted efforts to assess the fallout of a sunken tugboat leaking diesel in a remote region off British Columbia's central coast.

Hidden murder play

Halloween is around the corner, and it's inspired a Vancouver theatre company to create a uniquely creepy show — in an unusual location.

Columbia River wetlands

After 15 years of lobbying, a conservation group in the Kootenays has succeeded in getting motor restrictions on the Columbia River.

Nick Lang Cadieux

Minister of Children and Family Development Stephanie Cadieux responds to report by the representative of children and youth on Nick Lang, a 15-year-old who died only six days into a stay in a youth justice program.


A WorkSafeBC investigation has found School District 22 failed to protect workers from asbestos-related health hazards.

BC Transit's hydrogen bus fleet

Politicians from the federal, provincial and municipal level have announced more than $3 million in funding to expand transit in Whistler to support buses that run on compressed natural gas, have security cameras and GPS tracking.


The province's police watchdog has completed its report into the death of Hudson Brooks, 20, who was shot and killed by police outside the South Surrey RCMP detachment last year.


The man who shot his former employer in a dramatic daytime attack in Vancouver's Yaletown two years ago has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.

Blue Bus

Mediated talks will resume over the weekend to avert a looming bus strike in West Vancouver that could cut public transit service to BC Ferries' Horseshoe Bay Terminal.

Solar panel

The City of Kimberley is home to the province's largest solar project. Mayor Don McCormick is asking for investors to help SunMine expand from one megawatt to 15.

Sports News

CBC | Sports News

NLCS Missing Bartman Baseball

For a franchise defined more by heartbreak and losing, this will be no ordinary Saturday. Then again, this has been no ordinary season.


The Great One is set to make a rare return to the ice Saturday in the Heritage Classic alumni game between the Edmonton Oilers and the Winnipeg Jets.

Clarke MacArthur Concussion

Ottawa Senators forward Clarke MacArthur says he's not ready to give up on his NHL career despite suffering another concussion in the fall, noting his recovery has been much quicker than last year.

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The Wild Thing will have to stay in the bullpen during the World Series.


Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is questionable and will be a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins (1 p.m. ET).


When you get past the potential departure of two of the team's top sluggers, there is plenty to like about the future of the Toronto Blue Jays.


After signing a free-agent deal with the Minnesota Wild, Eric Staal was eager to recapture his goal-scoring touch. The former Carolina captain hasn't disappointed, scoring three times in four games. Here are five players who have made a great first impression with their new teams.

Teemu Selanne

Mayor Brian Bowman presented former NHL superstar Teemu Selanne with the oversized ornamental key on Friday afternoon.


Here's watch to look for on this weekend's Road to the Olympic Games shows featuring figure skating's first Grand Prix event — the Skate America competition from Chicago on Saturday (4 p.m. ET).


With the season just barely over, Blue Jays fans already want to know what’s going to happen with impending free agents Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion. And if one or both don’t come back, how could they be replaced?


With the 2018 Winter Olympics approaching, the start of a new Grand Prix season offers figure skaters the chance to establish themselves as contenders, beginning with this weekend's Skate America event in Chicago.


Nail Yakupov is back in Edmonton but this time he's wearing a St. Louis Blues uniform.


Season Two of CBC's Road to the Olympic Games premieres Saturday with Skate America coverage taking centre stage. The first event of the Grand Prix season features Canadians Gabby Daleman, Nam Nguyen, Julianne Seguin and Charlie Bilodeau.

South Korea Four Continents Figure Skating

Watch live coverage of Skate America in Chicago beginning on Friday at 8 p.m. ET as Canada's Gabrielle Daleman competes against some of the best in the world in the women's short program at the first major event of the figure-skating season.

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For the 2016-17 season, the CBC Sports app will provide free live streams of select Hockey Night in Canada games on Saturday nights.

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