A loose monkey dressed in a shearling coat at a Toronto Ikea caused a sensation on Twitter this weekend.
The little guy isn't the only critter dressing up these days.
We'd love to see your animals in costumes, you can upload them here.
CBC News Posted: Dec 10, 2012 1:18 PM AT Last Updated: Dec 10, 2012 1:17 PM AT
When a Cape Breton bride-to-be lost her wedding dress to the Fort McMurray fires, and old friend turned to social media, and Canadians stepped up to find her a brand new dress for her wedding on Saturday. Eastsizing: As the price of housing skyrockets ou
Watch Kayley Dixon, 14, read "A Touch of Sexual Assault," a powerful and troubling poem she wrote about what it's like being a teen girl today. Dixon is involved in one of the groups that received funding from the Nova Scotia government this week to fight sexual violence.
Follow my lead... We find out how the CB Partnership is offering business leaders and employees in Cape Breton a free leadership course to build skills. Mike Kelly teaches the course, and Natasha Hillier took the course last year.
The Breton Ability Centre is holding a conference this month focusing on autism & dementia. Teepa Snow & Andrew McDonnell will be guest speakers.