You currently have:
Go to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:
Log out of your CBC account.
Posted: Jul 17, 2015 9:52 AM ET
Wild Canada - Dall sheep and eagles2:18
A baby dall sheep meets an untimely end - from above.
Protester storms Harper rally stage
Stephen Harper's security detail stops an anti-climate change protester from storming the stage at a campaign rally in Surrey B.C.
At Issue | First-Time Voters
The panel answers questions from an audience of first-time voters.
WATCH: Abducted teen jumps from moving car
17-year-old lured while walking to school; escapes as car drives down road
Where are you on the electoral map? Find your riding
Poll Tracker: Who leads the federal election polls?
Where do you stand?
Responses so far
Take part now
Vote Compass compares your views on the issues to the positions of Canada's major political parties. Learn more about Vote Compass ».
Canada's destination for original journalism and stories with added depth and context.
The Exchange with Amanda Lang
The day's biggest business stories. Weeknights at 7 p.m. ET on CBC News Network
Canada adds 12,000 jobs in September but unemployment rate rises to 7.1%
Conservative attack ads aim to sway voters against Trudeau come 'decision time'
coming up live
Northern Arizona University campus shooting leaves 1 dead, 3 wounded
Facebook extortionist faces sentencing in Nova Scotia youth court
Conservatives, NDP to release platforms on same day
Syrian refugee crisis makes unexpected return as campaign issue
Nobel Peace Prize 2015: Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet wins
Audrey Carey of Quebec a victim of a killing spree, San Francisco police say
Cord-cutting ramps up, while cable providers ready for pick-and-pay TV
Voting for a government that will create Canadian jobs
Prisoners go to the polls today in Canada
NDP insiders aim to stay competitive after 'a couple of rough weeks'
Jim Balsillie deplores lack of discussion on Canada's 'colonial policy for innovation'
Fuel spill in northern Quebec being monitored
Hillary Clinton's opposition to TPP deal might be just 'talking'