Russia responds to Canada's snarky 'geography lesson' tweet, sparking international flame war

Categories: Community

si_russiacanadatwitterfight.jpgTensions may be rising between Russia and Canada on the political front, but when it comes to Twitter, the two countries are already engaged in an all-out flame war.

CBC readers debate possible end of paper billing fees

Categories: Community

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After a PIAC study found that paper billing fees cost Canadians upwards of $500 million a year, and the government announced its intention to end pay-to-pay billing, CBC News readers weigh in on issue.

CBC readers divided over higher highway speed limits

Categories: Canada, Community

speed-limit-220.jpgWhen it comes to considering higher speed limits on Canada's highways, some readers in the CBC News Community are saying, well ... not so fast. But other readers feel it's about time, saying many drivers already travel above posted limits.

Barack Obama's tan suit sends tweeters into a tizzy

Categories: Community

si_yeswetan.jpgU.S. President Barack Obama threw tweeters into a tizzy during Thursday's White House press briefing -- but it wasn't his words that got people talking. It was what he wore.

B.C. hospitals' breastfeeding plan troubles CBC readers

Categories: Canada, Community, Health

breastfeeding-220.jpgA so-called breastfeeding "contract" -- which contained what many considered rather blunt warnings on formula use -- distributed by B.C.'s Fraser Health caused a stir among readers, who say it demeans versus informs new mothers.

Hello Kitty is not a cat, according to Sanrio

Categories: Community

si_hellokitty.jpgShe may look like a kitty, be cute like a kitty, and even have the word "kitty" in her name, but Sanrio's most iconic and internationally beloved cartoon character is not, in fact, a cat according to the Japanese company.

Back to school budgeting: How CBC readers prep kids without breaking the bank

Categories: Canada, Community, Features

back-to-school-budget-220.jpgWe asked our readers to share how they keep their budgets intact and save their dollars ahead of the incoming new school year. See their responses. 

Canada's NATO delegation mocks Russia on Twitter with cheeky 'geography lesson'

Categories: Community, World

CBC readers debate pros and cons of possible NHL expansion

Categories: Community

CBC readers react to reports suggesting that two Canadian cities could become home to new, expanded NHL teams. 

Instagram's new Hyperlapse app is a hit among iPhone users

Categories: Community, Science & Technology

si_hyperlapse.jpgApproximately 24 hours ago, Instagram launched its first ever external standalone app in the form of a high-quality time lapse video creator called "Hyperlapse." It currently sits at number two in the Canadian app store.