North Korea conducts war drills as U.S. guided-missile sub docks in South
North Korea conducted a big live-fire exercise on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military as a U.S. submarine docked in South Korea in a show of force amid growing concern over the North's nuclear and missile programmes.
'Get lined up': Alberta gas producer's demise leaves long list of creditors and costly messes
Lexin Resouces leaves behind more than 1,500 wells to be sold or cleaned and a list of debt that adds up to millions of dollars. So who will be left with the bill?
Hunting for Porcupine
Hunter and trapper William Larkham Jr. spent the day on a trapline and hoped to find a porcupine for dinner along the way. Finally tracking one down hanging high up in the branches of a tree, he walks us through his process of skinning and butchering it.
How Europe's heroin capital solved its overdose crisis
A decade ago, Portugal had a heroin problem. It decided to deal with it by decriminalizing drug use and focusing on harm reduction and treatment. A CBC News special report looks at what lessons the country’s experiment holds for Canada’s own opioid crisis.
Canadian pole vaulter Shawn Barber comes out as gay
Canadian pole vault world champion Shawn Barber has publicly come out as gay in a Facebook post.
U.S. imposes preliminary duties up to 24% on 'subsidized' Canadian softwood lumber
Canada's forest industry felt the slap of the countervailing duties they were bracing for late Monday, with confirmation out of Washington that a U.S. Commerce Department investigation has once again concluded that softwood lumber imports are unfairly subsidized. Canadian imports face new duties ranging from three to 24 per cent.
At least 23 killed as Turkey hits Kurdish areas in Iraq, northeast Syria
Turkish warplanes carried out airstrikes today against suspected Kurdish rebel positions in northern Iraq and northeastern Syria, the military said, in a bid to prevent militants from smuggling fighters and weapons into Turkey.
Great-West Lifeco to lay off 13% of its Canadian workforce
Insurance conglomerate Great-West Lifeco plans to lay off 1,500 Canadian workers this year and next year as part of a cost-cutting plan.
Downtown Mission CEO Ron Dunn on suicide in '13 Reasons Why'
Mental health advocates are criticizing the portrayal of suicide in Netflix series 13 Reasons Why
American nuclear sub arrives in South Korea
USS Michigan docks in Busan; part of joint military operations
2 suspects sought after 'seriously injured' dog left on patio had to be euthanized
Peel police are looking for two men after a “seriously injured” dog was left behind at a Brampton restaurant patio and had to be euthanized.
Basic income pilot project giving up to $17,000 per person launching in Ontario
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced on Monday that Hamilton, Lindsay and Thunder Bay will take part in Ontario's basic income pilot project.
N.W.T. gov't has working group, but no clear answers, on legal marijuana
The federal government has left many of the details for the planned legalization of marijuana up to the provincial and territorial governments.
One-eyed owl to be released after surgery
A barred owl will be released in eastern P.E.I. Tuesday morning after surgery to remove an injured eye at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017: Sherry White, Bonobo and more
Today on q: screenwriter Sherry White, musician Bonobo and Circle Game's Andrew Cohen and Anna Kuman.
Transgender inmate hopes to make history with transfer to women's prison
After nearly two decades of taunts, threats and physical abuse behind bars, Fallon Aubee hopes to become Canada's first federal inmate to be placed in a prison based on gender identity rather than genitalia.
Tuition hike option means uncertain future for MUN student from Mexico
A student from Mexico says he's not sure if he would be able to attend Memorial University of Newfoundland if the tuition is jacked up.
Prime Minister Trudeau Q&A LIVE
PM visits video communications company in Kitchener Ont., and talks with employees
Thousands support push to get UNESCO designation for Mount Royal
A petition started by non-profit group Les Amis de la Montagne to stir up support for the project has garnered more than 30,000 signatures in about a month.
'13 Reasons Why' criticized for messaging on teen suicide
Mental health advocates are raising concerns over the message conveyed by Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, about the suicide of a teen girl.
RCMP investigate suspicious death on Sagkeeng First Nation
The RCMP's major crimes officers are investigating a suspicious death on Sagkeeng First Nation.
Screenwriter Sherry White on crafting a love story around Maud Lewis' life
Newfoundland screenwriter Sherry White brings the story of folk artist Maud Lewis to life in the new film Maudie which stars Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke.
How Bonobo created Migration in the transient times on the road
Bonobo's new album, Migration, was written and recorded while the musician was on tour. Simon Green explains the process behind putting together this new record.
Lorde, Amy Shark and more: music from today's episode
A list of music featured on today's episode.