News 'Somebody's going to get closure': Missing woman's dad waits for news from B.C. search 2017-10-23T22:36:56.000000000-04:00 From the other side of the country, John Simpson is watching the search of a rural north Okanagan property with trepidation. Liberals take Tory seat in Quebec, Conservatives win Alberta byelection 2017-10-23T20:00:27.000000000-04:00 CBC News is projecting that Liberal candidate Richard Hébert will win the federal byelection in Quebec, while Conservative candidate Dane Lloyd is projected to win in the riding of Sturgeon River-Parkland, west of Edmonton. Chilliwack school trustee: Allowing children to 'change gender is nothing short of child abuse' 2017-10-23T19:57:15.000000000-04:00 Chilliwack school trustee Barry Neufeld has denounced members of B.C.'s education system as "radical cultural nihilists" for their policies on gender rights and education. Man dies of anaphylactic shock at worksite where sandblasting was being done with walnut shells 2017-10-23T19:26:22.000000000-04:00 An Edmonton man is dead after he went into anaphylactic shock on a worksite where sandblasting was taking place with a walnut-based product. Warm weather may deprive some areas of vivid red fall colours 2017-10-23T18:45:05.000000000-04:00 Warm weather in parts of Canada may deprive some areas of one of their trademark natural attractions — rich fall colours. British eBay hobbyist called grave robber for selling 'Métis' items 2017-10-23T18:39:55.000000000-04:00 Helen Pengelly didn't expect the hate mail she received after posting a medicine bag, feather and stick to eBay purportedly taken from a "Métis chief's" grave near Batoche, Sask., in 1885. Liberal government to boost Canada child benefit payments: sources 2017-10-23T17:04:06.000000000-04:00 The federal government will announce plans to boost payments made to families under the Canada child benefit program on Tuesday, CBC News has learned. Quebec TV personality Julie Snyder files sexual misconduct complaint against Gilbert Rozon 2017-10-23T16:30:50.000000000-04:00 Julie Snyder is the latest — and most high-profile person yet — to come forward with allegations of sexual assault or harassment against the founder of the Just for Laughs comedy festival, Gilbert Rozon. EPA keeps agency scientists from speaking on climate change at conference 2017-10-23T16:19:06.000000000-04:00 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency kept three scientists from speaking at a Monday event in a move condemned by researchers and Democratic members of Congress as an attempt by the agency to silence a discussion of climate change. American-born Putin critic allowed into America, after being temporarily blocked 2017-10-23T15:38:37.000000000-04:00 American lawmakers are demanding answers from their national government after a U.S.-born foe of Vladimir Putin was allegedly denied entry into the United States.