Specialized computer could help paralzyed mom communicate with kids again
Nadine Duffney, a 36-year-old single mother of two from Lunenburg, N.S., was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis in December and is now paralyzed from the neck down.
Family of Marilyn Bergeron, missing for 10 years, fighting for change
Ten years after she vanished, the family of Marilyn Bergeron is still looking for answers about her disappearance, and want to change how Quebec police handle missing persons cases.
Island writer searching for more information on British Home Children
Hundreds of British Home Children came to PEI between 1893 and 1930 and many came from hard circumstances and travelled across the Atlantic to new homes in North America.
BAFTA Awards red carpet turns black against sexual misconduct
Quebec court to hear appeal of challenge to British royal succession law
CBC IN SOUTH KOREA
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Calgary man dies in Mexican hospital after wife puts out urgent call for blood donors
Canadians earn a rest, but face tough path in Olympic hockey knockout stage
Is the Trudeau government succeeding in improving the lives of Indigenous people?
2 London pharmacies robbed for narcotics in 4 days
Body of missing Alberta skier found near Revelstoke, B.C.
TODAY: Is the Trudeau government succeeding in improving the lives of Indigenous people?
STM maintenance workers vote in favour of strike mandate
Members of new advisory board want Nova Scotia to rethink accessibility
Former VP Joe Biden mulls 2020 run for U.S. president
CBC in South Korea
Meet Kim Jong 'Um,' the Kim impersonator angering North Korea's Olympic delegates
Jeff Mason discusses the latest in American Politics.
Black Panther's inspiring $192M weekend — in more ways than one
Devils' Miles Wood suspended 2 games for boarding incident
Al Simmons' 'Magic Workshop' goes up in flames, irreplaceable props burn
What could start the next war? 'Accident, miscalculation, blunder'
U.S Election Meddling