We are in the process of redesigning the CBCNews.ca website. If you would like to learn more about why we are doing this redesign, please read this article. We will start introducing the new site to our audience gradually, so we can gather your valuable feedback to help us make more improvements. If you don't see the new site yet, stay tuned!
Here's a glimpse of what the redesigned CBCNews.ca looks like:
Will local headlines still be showcased on the News page?
Yes. You will see the following display of local stories on cbc.ca/news. Change your city by selecting the Change option.
On my local page, where can I find the weather forecast?
You will be able to find a link to the weather in the navigation bar on each of the local pages.
Where can I find my favourite show?
Find your favourite CBC News show sites by selecting More and then Shows in the news navigation menu bar.
Where can I find other sections and departments in CBC?
Our top menu has been redesigned to allow you to travel to other areas quickly and easily.
How can I find the local news sites? I used to find them on the Canada page?
You can access your local page in a few different ways:
1. On cbc.ca, cbc.ca/news and cbc.ca/news/canada, you will see a local listing of stories. You can click the title of your region to go directly to the local page (select the change button to set your default).
2. From cbc.ca/news, click the Local button in the navigation bar to view a list of all local sites.
3. In the top menu, you have the choice of setting your default local region, or navigating to any local region across the country.