The Investigators with Diana Swain - Rachel Houlihan on investigating insurance company practices
Diana and CBC News investigative producer Rachel Houlihan talk about their investigation into why some insurance companies have been denying claims made by victims of domestic violence. We also hear from a woman who's been battling her insurance company since 2010, when her husband set her on fire. Watch The Investigators Saturdays at 9:30 pm ET and Sundays at 5:30 pm ET on CBC News Network.
Millennials, boomers meet as Conservative Party-crashers
Inspired by a Macleans magazine columnist, moderate conservatives in search of a political home are meeting to question the Conservative Party and perhaps even try to tear it in two.
This man organizes what might be Toronto's oldest ongoing adult game of shinny
Hockey - there's no denying it's Canada's game. Just look at this story about one group that's been playing continuously at a Toronto rink since the 1960s - likely the oldest ongoing adult game of shinny in the city.
Look beyond the jesters, and you'll find real, live progressive conservatives in the CPC race: Neil Macdonald
Rick Peterson is, for example, someone who wants to govern, not entertain, and whose focus is on the economy. Which is why you've probably never heard of him.
'Not for the faint of heart': Why getting a marijuana producer licence is a long shot
The regulatory gates to Canada's legal marijuana regime are open, but only a crack. Health Canada has received 1,630 applications for licences to grow or sell medical cannabis as of March 31. Only 43 licences have been approved so far, representing just 2.6 per cent of the total applications.
Bob Plamondon named interim NCC chair as searches for permanent replacement begins
Ottawa-based NCC board member Bob Plamondon will act as interim chair after Russ Mills's 10-year term ends on April 29.
Retired widow's $50K severance stuck in troubled public pay system
The federal government's new plan to fix its troubled public servant payroll system is getting a lukewarm reception. The strategy is being rolled out, as more stories of financial hardship are emerging.
How Ontario's proposed pharmacare plan could improve employee benefits
The province says its proposed youth pharmacare plan could bring changes to employee benefit programs. Will that lead to savings or expanded coverage?
Fully committed: U.S. colleges rush to woo Ottawa football phenom Jesse Luketa
If the biggest sign of recognition for high school athletes is a scholarship offer from a U.S. college, then former St. Pat's high school student Jesse Luketa has been getting it in spades.
Common interest will ensure Canada-U.S. trade conflicts get solved: Chris Hall
Canada remains confident a deal can be reached with the United States on softwood lumber without repeating the drawn-out trade litigation of the past.
Trump's first trade punch and what it could mean for NAFTA renegotiations
This week on The House, what will be the impact of Donald Trump's decision to impose new duties on softwood lumber from Canada? What does Canada plan to do in response? And what does it say about where trade talks between the U.S. and Canada are heading? Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr joins us. We also talk to the head of the Canada Institute at the Wilson Center, Laura Dawson, and former Canadian ambassador to Washington, Raymond Chrétien.
Premier Kathleen Wynne hints at expanding pharmacare to all ages in Ontario — eventually
A day after promising free prescription drugs for children and young adults in the Ontario's 2017 budget, Premier Kathleen Wynne is hinting she would like to expand the new pharmacare program to cover all ages.
What will Toronto look like in 2050? How the city plans to tackle climate change
Painting a picture of the ambitious, energy-efficient Toronto of 2050 as seen by city planners.
Everything you need to know about Home Capital's woes and the impact on the housing market
Canada's housing market is always a hot topic, but this week it was a heretofore little-known mortgage lender called Home Capital that made headlines as clients withdrew hundreds of millions in savings in a matter of days.
Nunatsiavut brings issues to world stage at U.N. meetings on Indigenous rights
Nunatsiavut is well represented at the United Nations 16th session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City this week.
Margaret's moment: Age is an advantage, says Atwood
From new graphic novels to books turned television shows, it all seems to be happening at once for beloved Canadian writer Margaret Atwood.
Our Toronto - April 29, 2017
The stories and people that our city is talking about - every week on CBC's Our Toronto with Marivel Taruc.
Our Ottawa - April 29, 2017
The stories and people that our city is talking about - every week on CBC's Our Ottawa.
Dan Burritt, CBC Vancouver News at 11 PM April 28, 2017
With host Dan Burritt, weeknights 11 p.m. PT, right after The National
B.C. schools warn of graphic content in Netflix series '13 Reasons Why'
A new Netflix series aimed at teens 16 and up that deals with bullying, sexual behaviour and suicide in graphic detail is causing concern for teachers and parents worried it romanticizes these heavy topics.
Stanley Cup Playoffs: Full TV schedule and results
The Ottawa Senators continue their post-season push against the New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins renew a heated rivalry with the Washington Capitals in the second-round NHL playoff coverage on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
Talbot stands tall as Oilers steal victory in Anaheim
Patrick Maroon had a power-play goal and Cam Talbot made 39 saves as the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Anaheim Ducks 2-1 on Friday night to take a 2-0 lead in their second-round series.
Canada clinches mixed doubles curling Olympic berth
Joanne Courtney and Reid Carruthers defeated Latvia 10-5 in seven ends to clinch a 2018 Olympic berth in the newly added curling discipline.
Game Wrap: Oilers take 2-0 series lead with strong game from Talbot
Edmonton edges Anaheim 2-1 in Game 2, Cam Talbot 39 saves.