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Netflix in talks to buy Roald Dahl catalogue

Netflix is in talks to acquire the works of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the...

Winnipeg designer helps customers keep their heads up during pandemic

A Winnipeg headband designer is turning the pandemic blues into beautiful, hand-made headpieces that are spreading across social media and taking off worldwide....

Philanthropist, media magnate Allan Slaight dead at 90

Canadian broadcasting mogul Allan Slaight, whose support of the country's arts scene made him an ubiquitous name at venues and events — including...

Island artist capturing changing coast

P.E.I. artist Doug Dumais is spending the weekend in an open art studio on a part of shoreline near the Queen Elizabeth Hospital...

This author’s new thriller, set in Newfoundland, is ‘a love letter to a place I miss terribly’

Samuel Martin spent years in Newfoundland. His newest book is testament to the place that left its mark on his life and his...

Montreal’s wax museum is closing for good, and looking for new homes for its statues

Montreal's Grévin wax museum announced this week it would be closing for good due to a drop in visitors during the pandemic. ...

Health News

Quebec imposes curfew as part of 4-week lockdown

The Quebec government is imposing an overnight curfew and extending the closure of non-essential businesses for a month in an effort to slow the...

Why Canada’s seniors need the coronavirus vaccine so urgently

The rising number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in Canada, coupled with the new threat from mutant variants, makes it more urgent...

106-year-old Sask. woman survives brush with COVID-19

When Beverly Smith heard that her 106-year-old mother had been diagnosed with COVID-19, she was incredibly worried. Last month, she was told...

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Leafs sign forward Jimmy Vesey to one-year contract

The Toronto Maple Leafs signed forward Jimmy Vesey to a one-year contract on Sunday evening. The contract is valued at $900,000 US....

NFL does major juggling of schedule due to coronavirus

The NFL has juggled its regular-season schedule due to coronavirus outbreaks with the Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots. Nine teams are...

Lakers romp to record-tying 17th championship to end season like no other

The ultimate anguish. The ultimate joy. This season, for LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, had it all. And it ended...

Taylor Hall to join Sabres on 1-year, $8M deal: report

Taylor Hall is betting on himself and choosing a surprising destination. Hall agreed Sunday night to sign an $8 million US, one-year...

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Netflix in talks to buy Roald Dahl catalogue

Netflix is in talks to acquire the works of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the...

Winnipeg designer helps customers keep their heads up during pandemic

A Winnipeg headband designer is turning the pandemic blues into beautiful, hand-made headpieces that are spreading across social media and taking off worldwide....

Philanthropist, media magnate Allan Slaight dead at 90

Canadian broadcasting mogul Allan Slaight, whose support of the country's arts scene made him an ubiquitous name at venues and events — including...

Island artist capturing changing coast

P.E.I. artist Doug Dumais is spending the weekend in an open art studio on a part of shoreline near the Queen Elizabeth Hospital...

This author’s new thriller, set in Newfoundland, is ‘a love letter to a place I miss terribly’

Samuel Martin spent years in Newfoundland. His newest book is testament to the place that left its mark on his life and his...

Montreal’s wax museum is closing for good, and looking for new homes for its statues

Montreal's Grévin wax museum announced this week it would be closing for good due to a drop in visitors during the pandemic. ...

Health News

Quebec imposes curfew as part of 4-week lockdown

The Quebec government is imposing an overnight curfew and extending the closure of non-essential businesses for a month in an effort to slow the...

Why Canada’s seniors need the coronavirus vaccine so urgently

The rising number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in Canada, coupled with the new threat from mutant variants, makes it more urgent...

106-year-old Sask. woman survives brush with COVID-19

When Beverly Smith heard that her 106-year-old mother had been diagnosed with COVID-19, she was incredibly worried. Last month, she was told...

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Sports News

Leafs sign forward Jimmy Vesey to one-year contract

The Toronto Maple Leafs signed forward Jimmy Vesey to a one-year contract on Sunday evening. The contract is valued at $900,000 US....

NFL does major juggling of schedule due to coronavirus

The NFL has juggled its regular-season schedule due to coronavirus outbreaks with the Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots. Nine teams are...

Lakers romp to record-tying 17th championship to end season like no other

The ultimate anguish. The ultimate joy. This season, for LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, had it all. And it ended...

Taylor Hall to join Sabres on 1-year, $8M deal: report

Taylor Hall is betting on himself and choosing a surprising destination. Hall agreed Sunday night to sign an $8 million US, one-year...

Latest Reviews

Garnier SkinActive Moisture Bomb The Super Hydrating Sheet Mask – Soothing, 6 Count

Price: (as of - Details) The Soothing Super Hydrating Sheet Mask intensely hydrates and soothes skin. This water-based hydrating facial mask with Hyaluronic...

Spa Essentials 32130000 Chlorinating Concentrate Granules for Spas and Hot Tubs, 2-Pound

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Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask Moisturizer for Extra Dry Hair, Damaged & Over-Processed Hair, Hydrating Hair Treatment with Olive, Meadowfoam & Sweet...

Price: (as of - Details) Rehabilitate and restore your hair with Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask. Specially formulated for extra-dry or...

Business News

Global economy will suffer as long as rich countries don’t help vaccinate poor ones, OECD warns

A leading international economic watchdog urged developed countries to put more effort into providing low-income countries with coronavirus vaccines in order to ensure...

Prairie ranchers take stock of summer drought as decisions about culling cattle loom

Pounded by drought and cattle feed shortages, the last few months have been gruelling for many Prairie ranchers.  Now, as fall approaches and...

Markets sell off on contagion fears from China’s Evergrande

Financial markets around the world had their worst day in weeks on Monday, as worries about embattled Chinese property developer Evergrande had investors...

Why you’ll pay more for heat this winter; watch out for fake job scams: CBC’s Marketplace Cheat Sheet

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Canadians appear eager to take off for sun destinations despite ongoing COVID-19 challenges

Michel Dubois has packed his bags, even though his planned trip to Cuba is still more than two months away. That's because...
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Netflix is in talks to acquire the works of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the...

Technology

B.C. municipalities prepare for another week of high temperatures a month after deadly heat dome

Some B.C. municipalities are changing their heat-wave management plans, including potentially keeping cooling centres open overnight, as unseasonably high temperatures hit Metro Vancouver...

Wildfires in Canada are creating their own weather systems, experts say

A combination of intense heat and drought conditions is causing wildfires in Western Canada to generate their own weather systems, experts say. Michael Fromm,...

To prepare for future heat waves, classify air conditioners as medical devices, UBC expert says

Barbara Reed did everything she could to help Ollie O'Rourke keep cool on a late June evening during the deadly heat wave in...

Well water fears fuel calls to halt proposed bottling plant near B.C. village

Angie Kane knows how important well water is when you live in the heart of dry, rural B.C. For 17 years, she...

Health & Fitness

Quebec imposes curfew as part of 4-week lockdown

The Quebec government is imposing an overnight curfew and extending the closure of non-essential businesses for a month in an effort to slow the...

Why Canada’s seniors need the coronavirus vaccine so urgently

The rising number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in Canada, coupled with the new threat from mutant variants, makes it more urgent...

106-year-old Sask. woman survives brush with COVID-19

When Beverly Smith heard that her 106-year-old mother had been diagnosed with COVID-19, she was incredibly worried. Last month, she was told...

Family of B.C. leukemia patient worries they’re being overlooked in COVID-19 vaccine plan

When Lucy Andersen returns from her hospital stay later this month, her immune system will still be recovering from multiple rounds of chemotherapy,...

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Netflix in talks to buy Roald Dahl catalogue

Netflix is in talks to acquire the works of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the...

Global economy will suffer as long as rich countries don’t help vaccinate poor ones, OECD warns

A leading international economic watchdog urged developed countries to put more effort into providing low-income countries with coronavirus vaccines in order to ensure...

Winnipeg designer helps customers keep their heads up during pandemic

A Winnipeg headband designer is turning the pandemic blues into beautiful, hand-made headpieces that are spreading across social media and taking off worldwide....
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Netflix in talks to buy Roald Dahl catalogue

Netflix is in talks to acquire the works of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the...

Global economy will suffer as long as rich countries don’t help vaccinate poor ones, OECD warns

A leading international economic watchdog urged developed countries to put more effort into providing low-income countries with coronavirus vaccines in order to ensure...

Winnipeg designer helps customers keep their heads up during pandemic

A Winnipeg headband designer is turning the pandemic blues into beautiful, hand-made headpieces that are spreading across social media and taking off worldwide....

Prairie ranchers take stock of summer drought as decisions about culling cattle loom

Pounded by drought and cattle feed shortages, the last few months have been gruelling for many Prairie ranchers.  Now, as fall approaches and...

Philanthropist, media magnate Allan Slaight dead at 90

Canadian broadcasting mogul Allan Slaight, whose support of the country's arts scene made him an ubiquitous name at venues and events — including...

Island artist capturing changing coast

P.E.I. artist Doug Dumais is spending the weekend in an open art studio on a part of shoreline near the Queen Elizabeth Hospital...

This author’s new thriller, set in Newfoundland, is ‘a love letter to a place I miss terribly’

Samuel Martin spent years in Newfoundland. His newest book is testament to the place that left its mark on his life and his...

Montreal’s wax museum is closing for good, and looking for new homes for its statues

Montreal's Grévin wax museum announced this week it would be closing for good due to a drop in visitors during the pandemic. ...

Edmonton-based YouTube series showcases overlooked restaurants

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‘We don’t feel safe at all’: Afghan documentarians, filmmakers plead for asylum in Canada

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Netflix in talks to buy Roald Dahl catalogue

Netflix is in talks to acquire the works of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the...

Global economy will suffer as long as rich countries don’t help vaccinate poor ones, OECD warns

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