Your Community

Recently by Community Team

Readers share their own layoff stories after Tim Hortons cuts

Categories: Business, Community

Tim Hortons Burger KingOur story about a Tim Hortons manager who says she didn't see the company's mass layoffs coming got the CBC News audience talking about their own experiences with job cuts.

Lululemon founder's neighbours right to fight dock plan, say readers

Categories: Canada, Community

ChipLululemon founder Chip Wilson wants to build dock next to his home on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast. His neighbours a tad upset, though, since the dock would be bigger than most houses. 

Most CBC News readers agreed that the planned dock is cause for concern.

University of Moncton's kiss promotes student life, say readers

Categories: Canada, Community

KissA new promotional video for the University of Moncton, featuring a kiss between two students in a library, got CBCNews.ca readers talking, with most saying the brief scene promotes student life beyond academics.

The Interview fallout divides people on theatres' reaction

Categories: Community

Interview220.jpg

Seth Rogan and James Franco's new movie The Interview may be released on Dec. 25, but it's unclear if any theatres will actually screen the controversial flick that has a group of hackers targeting Sony Pictures Entertainment. That decision has divided people on whether the reaction is appropriate.

Jean Béliveau: Share your condolences

Categories: Canada, Community, Sports

Beliveau220.jpgTo mark his death, we invite you to share your condolences for Jean Béliveau's family, as well as those around the sports world who loved and admired him. Email them to us a community@cbc.ca, reach out on Twitter mentioning @CBCCommunity or go to our Facebook page.

CBCNews.ca readers voice concerns on 'express' immigration system

Categories: Community, Politics

immigrationThe federal government today made public for the first time the details of the points system it will use to select skilled foreign workers under a new immigration system. 

We asked readers of CBCNews.ca on our Facebook page what they thought of the new proposal. 

CBC readers weigh in on Bill Cosby's Canadian dates

Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Canada, Community

CosbyBill Cosby is scheduled to perform in three Southern Ontario cities in the new year, but an organization that helps abused women is calling for a boycott of one of the shows. 

We asked the CBC Community on Facebook and Twitter if they think the shows should be cancelled.

Remembrance Day 2014: Show us how you will remember - #HowIRemember

Categories: Canada, Community, Features

WarMemorial220.jpgTake a photo or make a short video that shows Canadians how you plan pay your respects this year?  You can share it with us on social media, using the hashtag #HowIRemember. Some of the submissions will be used in our special Remembrance Day coverage on CBC News Network and online.

CBCNews.ca readers to Stephen Poloz on unpaid work: 'You first'

Categories: Business, Canada, Community, Politics

PolozAfter Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz suggested that jobless university graduates struggling to find work should acquire more experience by working for free, the CBC Community invited Poloz to try it himself.

Remembrance Day holiday bill divides CBC audience

Categories: Community, Politics

On CBC News Network, we asked our audience: Should Remembrance Day be a national statutory holiday in Canada? The reaction from viewers and readers on CBCNews.ca shows that it's not a simple issue.