Most talked about Canadian Broadcasting Corporation stories

Man dies in overnight shooting in North Surrey: IHIT — Homicide investigators say one man is dead following an overnight shooting in North Surrey. Police responded to reports of shots being fired at a residence on the 14500 block of 83 Avenue around 12:30 a.m. on Saturday. Shortly thereafter, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team was called.
Sep 20, 2014

RT @cbcnewsbc: One man is dead following an overnight shooting in North #Surrey, says @HomicideTeam. More details expected Monday.

Pension protest brings out thousands in Montreal — Thousands of unionized municipal employees took to the streets of Montreal on Saturday in the largest protest yet against the Quebec government's proposed pension reform legislation, Bill 3. The mass march attracted an estimated 50,000 demonstrators from around Quebec and closed Sherbrooke Street to traffic as the protest made its way toward the offices of Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard.
Sep 20, 2014

Pension protest in Montreal:… I'm hoping there's another one on Oct 4. It wouldnt be a Mtl wedding w/o protests,

Ontario Smokers Registry, Parent Teacher Date Night, Blueberry Festival, Ponytail Rescue — This week on This Is That: - We speak to the MPP that is trying to create a registry of every known cigarette smoker in the province of Ontario.
Sep 20, 2014

RT @CBCThisIsThat: Tune into @cbcradio now and learn all about the BC man who had his ponytail stuck in a pool's intake pipe for 3 days.

The Doctor and the Disease — This week on White Coat, Black Art: the long and personal journey of Dr. Phil Hebert from family physician to patient with Parkinson's disease. He tells why he kept the diagnosis a secret for so long and what finally convinced him he had to quit practising medicine.
Sep 20, 2014

Dr. Phil Hebert: The journey from family physician to patient with #Parkinson's… via @CBCwhitecoat

Is the ozone layer recovering? — Study suggests ozone on way back but it's not all good news
Sep 20, 2014

Ozone layer appears to be recovering via @JWagstaffe One item on today's "Our Vancouver" CBC TV 9am w/ @CBCGloria

John Baird affirms support for ISIS fight in UN Security Council speech — Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird will restate Canada's support in the fight against the Islamic insurgent group ISIS in an address to the UN Security Council later today. Canada is not a member of the Security Council, but a senior government official told CBC News that Baird was invited to speak.
Sep 19, 2014

John Baird affirms support for ISIS fight in UN Security Council speech #cdnpoli #hw