CBC’s Travis McEwan hit the streets of Edmonton to try to resolve the spelling debate that generated thousands of responses this weekend.
In the News
Students in Edmonton’s Chinese-English bilingual program are competing to raise the most cash for CBC’s annual Turkey Drive.
Fire destroyed a rural home about 140 kilometres east of Red Deer Sunday morning.
The Schizophrenia Society of Alberta has approval to open a group home for people “with severe or persistent mental illness.”
Quebec once had the highest suicide rates in the country until some regions of the province instituted the Close Follow Up Program, essentially a system of rapid hospital response for suicidal patients.
Craig Joseph, a South African man, says when Nelson Mandela showed up at his bar mitzvah 17 years ago his life was changed, teaching him that anything was possible.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and a group of Canadian dignitaries have arrived in South Africa to pay their final respects to Nelson Mandela.
People who work Acces Emploi, a Francophone employment centre, say they are dealing with a 15 to 20 per cent increase in the number of clients they are helping.
Canada has filed a claim that dramatically expands the country’s boundaries in the Atlantic Ocean, but it will be a few more years before Canadian scientists determine whether that claim can extend all the way to the North Pole.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and Leona Aglukkaq, minister for the Arctic Council, make public Canada’s claim to the extended continental shelf in the Arctic.