Top Stories 100 people feared buried in China landslide 2017-06-23T22:31:28.000000000-04:00 County government in southwestern China says around 100 people from 40 homes feared buried in landslide. The National LIVE 2017-06-23T21:00:00.000000000-04:00 Welcome to the National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News, hosted by Peter Mansbridge. U.S. senators ask military to clarify role in Yemen torture 2017-06-23T20:53:11.000000000-04:00 Pressure mounted on the U.S. Defence Department Friday after multiple senators called for investigations into reports that U.S. military interrogators worked with forces from the United Arab Emirates who are accused of torturing detainees in Yemen. 'Eventually, many will run out': How an LCBO strike could impact restaurants and bars 2017-06-23T20:52:58.000000000-04:00 A long drawn-out strike by liquor store workers could have a significant impact on Ontario's restaurants, wine importers, bars and consumers. But it could offer a boon to local wineries. Highrises evacuated in London amid safety concerns about cladding 2017-06-23T18:10:27.000000000-04:00 Camden Council has decided to evacuate some 800 units in apartment buildings it owns because of safety concerns, following the devastating fire that killed 79 people in London. Alberta transgender teacher fired in 2008 loses case in appeal court 2017-06-23T17:51:34.000000000-04:00 It's been nearly nine years since Jan Buterman was fired as a substitute teacher by the Greater St. Albert Catholic school board after notifying them he was transgender. On Friday, Alberta's highest court dismissed his appeal. Indigo backs down after illustrator claims they stole her Montreal 375 design 2017-06-23T16:53:24.000000000-04:00 Bookstore giant Indigo has stopped selling a gift card celebrating Montreal's 375th anniversary after an illustrator complained her design had been plagiarized. Tom Mulcair raises red flags after Canadian sniper breaks record in Iraq 2017-06-23T16:06:37.000000000-04:00 NDP leader Tom Mulcair is foregoing the celebration and raising red flags after reports a Canadian sniper in Iraq broke the world record for the longest confirmed kill. Professor says she was assaulted twice at the Toronto symphony and nobody stood up for her 2017-06-23T11:46:17.000000000-04:00 Aisha Ahmad says she was assaulted twice at the Toronto symphony on Wednesday by a man who "chopped" her in the neck, lunged at her and hurled an expletive. Supreme Court says woman can sue Facebook in B.C. courts 2017-06-23T10:17:45.000000000-04:00 The Supreme Court of Canada says a woman who wants to sue Facebook over its use of "sponsored stories" can pursue her case in British Columbia.