Iconic Dad's chocolate chip cookies discontinued, customers bitter
For months, some Canadians have been searching in vain for their beloved Dad's chocolate chip cookies. CBC News has learned that the company quietly discontinued the cookie late last year.
Grab a beer, find your bliss: Beer yoga classes offered in Winnipeg
A Winnipeg yoga instructor has teamed up with a local brewery to bring beer and yoga together in one session.
Venezuela vegetable brigades battle predicted 1,000% rise in food prices
To combat Venezuela's massive food crisis, members of collectives pool their money and buy in bulk directly from farmers.
Montreal DJ ends epic 15-month-long bike tour in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T.
Second Opinion: A dietary dust-up over saturated fat story
Skyrocketing PTSD rates linger a year after Fort McMurray wildfire
Dodgers hit back-to-back-to-back HRs to cap off insane 9th-inning comeback
Fire destroys 2 adjacent homes on Portia Place
Spelling Bee of Canada celebrates 30 years next month
Children of Somali diaspora in Canada come together to fend off famine
Slow climb back for Nunavut's seal export industry after exemption from EU import ban
How these tokens could reduce food waste at restaurants
More Sask. health workers compensated for workplace violence than police, jail guards
Island A Cappella presents Barbershop
Python deaths: 'This could have been prevented by a simple action'
Marketing Expo 67: The story of how a PR pioneer helped put Montreal in the spotlight
From Trudeau to Trudeau: Political cartoonist Aislin looks back at 50 years of drawing Canada
Suspicious Saint-Hyacinthe house fire leaves 1 dead
St. John's home searched, police confirm related to drug investigation
Philippines says Trump invited Duterte to White House