Young Russians risk futures to support Alexei Navalny, Vladimir Putin's nemesis
He can't get air time on state TV and is banned from Russia's March election. But opposition politician Alexei Navalny, an anti-corruption crusader and lawyer, is still attracting attention from young Russians through social media.
Trouble ahead in Canada's beer economy as 'escalator' tax takes hold
A yearly increase to the federal tax on beer that's set to start in April has brewers in Canada warning of climbing prices as "severe" threats face the beer economy.
Police investigate 2nd suspicious death in Dartmouth
Halifax police are investigating what they say is a second suspicious death in Dartmouth in two days.
How 1950s moralizing is still impacting Mount Royal's trees
Taliban attack on Afghan hotel leaves 18 dead, most of them foreigners
'A hard fought night': Fire destroys building, ambulance in Inuvik, N.W.T.
'In-camera'? More like outmoded: City council spending fewer meeting hours behind closed doors
As Vancouver copes with death of teen bystander, reality of gang violence reaches public eye
Moose Jaw Police arrest man for bear spraying officers
Watch World Cup parallel giant slalom snowboarding
RCMP say controversial student car rally cancelled in western P.E.I.
Clamber inside a blue whale's heart at Telus Spark's new exhibit
Fortune Bay fisherman sees green in invasive crab
Henrik Kristoffersen ends Marcel Hirscher's win streak at World Cup slalom
Changing the world, one plastic straw at a time
Freezing rain now less likely for Toronto on Monday
CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of Jan. 14
Jim Saunders didn't want his Aunt Sheila to leave Labrador, so he built her a place to live
Turkish troops attack Kurdish enclave in northern Syria