The NationalFirst Nation burial ground halts $40M development in B.C.Dec 1, 2014 | 11:00A developer bought a piece of land in B.C., looking to make millions with a dream project. However, a local First Nation believes the site is sacred.
The NationalForgotten aboriginal soccer star inducted into Hall of FameNov 17, 2014 | 9:17Harry Manson broke racial barriers as a First Nations athlete at the turn of the century. Now, he's finally been inducted into the Soccer Hall of Fame.
The NationalShane Koyczan's new opera on bullyingOct 31, 2014 | 11:47Shane Koyczan has turned memories of being bullied in childhood into acclaimed poetry and now a new opera called "The Boy Who Made Words His Weapon."
The NationalOsgemeos brings distinctive art to Vancouver silosSep 5, 2014 | 3:36Graffiti artists Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo have brought their distinctive style to Vancouver, painting 20 metre-high industrial silos. But the project has run into financial troubles.
The NationalCalifornia farms turn to well-drilling to combat droughtJul 9, 2014 | 13:05California's drought is hitting farmers hard, forcing them to drill deeper for water or abandon their farms all-together.
The NationalWork, or World Cup?Jun 24, 2014 | 2:32Millions of Canadians are finding creative ways to watch the World Cup, and some bosses have even relocated to the pub to avoid the game interfering with work
The NationalLast Right: seniors react to end-of-life caseMay 5, 2014 | 7:11Residents of Garrison Green, a retirement residence in Calgary, had strong and mixed reactions to the issue of assisted suicide and our documentary on one man's end-of-life choices.
The NationalLast Right: John Alan Lee's StoryMay 5, 2014 | 18:33In the last installment of the series on assisted suicide, Duncan McCue speaks to John Alan Lee, a former university professor who plans to kill himself, not because of illness but simply because he's had "enough."