France voting in presidential poll amid high security
France is voting in the first round of a bitterly fought presidential election, crucial to the future of Europe and a closely watched test of voters' anger with the political establishment.
Mary Keitany breaks a marathon record with 3rd London win
Mary Keitany of Kenya has broken Paula Radcliffe's women-only marathon world record by winning the London event for a third time.
Blue Jays give Angels late scare but can't erase 3rd-inning stumble
Andrelton Simmons hit a tiebreaking grand slam, Tyler Skaggs pitched into the eighth inning and the Los Angeles Angels held off the slumping Toronto Blue Jays 5-4 Saturday night.
Hawks put Wizards away early in Game 3
Oilers knock off Sharks, set up 2nd round date with Ducks
ISU Figure Skating World Team Trophy
Winnipeg artist smrtdeath swaps hip hop's tropes with mani-pedis, glitter
'Our DNA comes from this region': Reclaimed land opens up Fraser River to Tsawwassen First Nation
Quality Block Party starts this week in Saint John
Why a Montreal dad is talking to his sons about relationship violence
CBC Ottawa's must-see photos for the week of April 16
Reorganizing the brain to move forward: Winnipeg psychologist Syras Derksen on how we cope
Rock star: Ottawa astronomer has asteroid named in his honour
Filmmaker Tasha Hubbard's personal connection to the Sixties Scoop
Cranes, cops and a banner: How to propose to your girlfriend, power technician style
That image of unicorn frappuccino hair all over the internet? It's from Winnipeg
CBC Ottawa's news quiz for the week of April 16
Halifax's poet laureate inspired by students she advises
Rise and rave: St. John's gets in on morning dance party trend
CBC Vancouver News
Oilers first-round win sends Edmonton fans into frenzy
10 homes in Salmon Arm under evacuation order due to ground instability
'It's made a difference': How word clouds offer solace to family members as a loved one dies
Revenge of the comment section: Can I get a loan for a brick of cheese?