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Matthew Dube

A CBC/Radio-Canada demonstration shows just how easy it is for hackers halfway across the world to spy on a Canadian MP’s phone calls and track his movements.

11/22/2017 4:00:00 PM

cooking class

The Ottawa inventor of the Instant Pot electric pressure cooker believes he can sell half a million devices in one day on Black Friday. The gadget has already set sales records on Amazon and continues to grow in popularity both in the US and Canada.

11/22/2017 4:00:00 AM

Laurier university sign

Much of the backlash toward the university was not, in fact, about defending freedom of expression. Rather, many of the academics who spoke out were appalled at how the administration reacted.

11/22/2017 3:21:14 PM

Toronto King Car

The sudden screeches, squeals and clangs that are a regular feature of commuting by public transit in Toronto could be contributing to long-term hearing loss and health effects, according to a new study.

11/22/2017 7:00:00 PM

The National LIVE

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

11/22/2017 8:00:00 PM

Justin Trudeau announces federal housing plan in Toronto

The federal government has announced the details of its ten-year national housing strategy that includes the introduction of a National Housing Benefit for families that won't kick in until after the next federal election.

11/22/2017 7:51:45 AM

Ryan Pearson, girl left on bus, Windsor

A Windsor, Ont., school bus company has committed to installing mechanical "child check" alarm systems on all of its vehicles after a four-year-old girl was left in a parked bus for three hours Monday night.

11/22/2017 5:55:15 PM

annette poitras rescue coquitlam

Loud cheers greeted dog walker Annette Poitras and three dogs when they were rescued Wednesday after a massive search spanning three days in Coquitlam, B.C.

11/22/2017 1:17:26 PM

Mountains East of Maligne Lake

Mountains East of Maligne Lake, a 1925 Rocky Mountains canvas by Group of Seven co-founder Lawren Harris, fetched $2.5 million in Toronto on Wednesday.

11/22/2017 6:35:26 PM

Que Asylum Seekers 20170810

There were 14,467 refugee claims from people who crossed into Canada outside legal border points in a nine-month period this year, and 44% of them were from Haiti.

11/22/2017 4:36:55 PM

Shaelene McInnis

CBC's Go Public heard from frustrated Bell employees and customers coast to coast after our investigation into allegations of high-pressure sales tactics at Canada's largest telecommunications provider.

11/22/2017 4:00:21 AM

APTOPIX Koreas Tension

North Korea's actions during a defector's escape at the Panmunjom border village earlier this month violated the armistice agreement ending the Korean War, a spokesperson for the UN command told reporters Wednesday as video of the attempt was released.

11/22/2017 11:05:09 AM

The IceCube Lab

High-energy subatomic particles nicknamed “ghost particles” for their ability to pass through just about anything can be stopped, scientists confirm.

11/22/2017 2:25:49 PM


Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says the government is committed to ditching a policy that rejects immigrants because they're sick or disabled and could be a drag on the health system.

11/22/2017 2:27:17 PM

Laurier Lindsay Shepherd

Wilfrid Laurier University teaching assistant Lindsay Shepherd says she accepts an apology from the school's president and her supervising professor after she was sanctioned for showing a controversial video in class. But she also says the apology is just damage control.

11/22/2017 12:44:11 PM