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Eva Mendes, Ryan Gosling baby rumour brings tears, almost no joy

Categories: Arts & Entertainment

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It's a rumour that didn't need official confirmation to get the internet buzzing: actors Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are having a baby. 

ReactionTwitter was fast and, mostly, heartbroken. For many, the news, if true, meant he handsome Gosling was now beyond reach.

Canada Day 2014: My Canada is...

Categories: Canada, Community

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Canada is many things: big, diverse, multilingual, beautiful, rich in resources, purveyor of outstanding maple syrup. As of Tuesday, it's also 147 years old.

But Canada is so much more than these things -- and to celebrate Canada Day, we asked you to tell us about them.

Canada Day: My Canada is...

Categories: Canada

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Canada is many things: big, diverse, multilingual, beautiful, rich in resources, purveyor of outstanding maple syrup -- and, on July 1, 147 years old.

But Canada is so much more than these things -- and to celebrate Canada Day, we want you to tell us about them.

D-Day: Help Canadians mark the 70th anniversary of June 6, 1944

Categories: Community, World

220-norman-cooke-d-day-call.gifOn June 6, 1944, more than 24,000 Canadians took part in D-Day, the first step in ending liberating Europe from Nazi Germany and the beginning of the end of the Second World War.

Seventy years later, to honour the service of all who served on D-Day, CBC News is turning to Canadians for help.

Send us your photos -- of yourself on D-Day, of family members who served in D-Day -- and tell us a bit about your connection to the most successful invasion of modern military history.

Mother's Day: Canadians share the love on social media

Categories: Community

mom-ketchup.gifMothers across Canada felt the love Sunday as their children posted Happy Mother's Day wishes for the world to see on social media. 

The thousands of messages shared seemed to fall into three major categories.

REPLAY: Will the CRTC's new code end your smartphone frustration?

Categories: Community, Science & Technology

si-220-mobile-devices-istoc.jpgThe CRTC's new Wireless Code promises more transparency and better options for customers in their contracts with wireless service providers.

But some Canadians still have questions.

Watch CBC Live Online host Lauren O'Neil take your questions to CRTC Chief Consumer Officer Barbara Motzney and OpenMedia.ca's Lindsey Pinto.

Father's Day: Best lessons you learned from Dad

Categories: Community

si-fathers-day-istock2.jpgFather's Day is Sunday, and amid all the ties, tools and golf tees will come a chance to celebrate the finer aspects of all we've learned from our dads.

To help us celebrate, we asked you to send us a favourite photo of you and and your dad together, or a 30-second video telling us why you think he's fantastic.

Here are your stories and photos.

'You're not special,' high school teacher tells graduating students

Categories: World

si-high-school-grad-istock.jpgA high school teacher in Massachusetts is getting a lot of attention after he used a commencement speech to tell graduating students they "are not special."

David McCullough used the speech to encourage students to life selflessly and work hard for the achievements.

Do you agree with his message?

Twitter's new logo has tweeters a-twitter

Categories: Science & Technology

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Extra, extra, tweet all about it! Twitter's got a new logo!

The company unveiled its newest Twitterbird Wednesday.

Twitter users were quick to let fly their impressions.

Would you move to Mars permanently?

Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Science & Technology, World

si-mars-one-220.jpgA Dutch company has launched a reality television-type project to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars by 2023.

Would you audition to live on Mars for the rest of your life?