Watch Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping
CBC Sports will provide a free live stream of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping from Aachen, Germany beginning on Sunday, July 22 at 7:15 a.m. ET.
Stamps roll past Alouettes to secure 5-0 start
Eric Rogers and Kamar Jorden caught touchdown passes from quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell to lead the Calgary Stampeders to a 25-8 win over the Montreal Alouettes on Saturday.
Timbers hand Impact 1st tie in 22 games
Portland's Diego Valeri scored the lone second-half goal and the Timbers tied the Montreal Impact 2-2 on Saturday night to increase their MLS unbeaten streak to 13 games.
Nudge resistant: Canadians seem deaf to taxman's environmental message
The Canada Revenue Agency ran an experiment last year to see whether it could encourage more Canadians to file taxes online by using friendly letters. An internal analysis obtained by CBC News under the Access to Information Act shows the initiative had only a small impact — Canadians paid little heed to environmental messaging.
Canada to accept up to 250 Syrian White Helmet volunteers, family after dramatic escape
Canada is among three Western nations that will accept hundreds of volunteer emergency workers that Israeli forces plucked from Syria under the cover of darkness in a dramatic international rescue, CBC News has learned.
Your earliest memory might never have happened
Researchers say it's unlikely that people can have full "autobiographical" memories from before age two.
Father and son cycle the North to raise funds for SickKids
Patrick and Paul McCue spent a month biking the North, raising over $4,600 in funds for the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto
Alex Trebek hosted so many CBC shows before Jeopardy!
Alex Trebek wasn't always the host of Jeopardy -- and yes, he used to work at CBC.
Why is it hard to buy local fish in a B.C. port city? Researchers look for answers
Prince Rupert used to pride itself on being the "halibut capital of the world," but it's becoming harder to get a line on fresh seafood in the port city on B.C.’s northwest coast.
83-year-old Red Deer man rappels building to raise money for sick kids
Joe Hittel rappelled a 13-storey building in downtown Red Deer on Saturday to raise money for kids with life-threatening medical conditions.
MADD Canada says education crucial to curb impaired driving numbers
The reaction comes after Thunder Bay police say they charged 90 people with impaired driving in the first half of this year.
Halifax takes $690K in new false-alarm fee, but doesn't silence the bells
The new fees have helped cover the cost of responding to false alarms but they have done nothing to reduce the number of false alarm calls.
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A tiny home taught youth how to build — and became an affordable housing platform
LakeCity may be best known for teaching woodworking skills to those with mental illness. But this summer, they're building a tiny home — and then putting it up in a lottery.
Watch the Diamond League track & field event in London
CBC Sports is providing a free live stream of the 11th stop of the IAAF Diamond league season in London. Day 2 coverage begins on Sunday at 9 a.m. ET.
1 arrested after QEW crash in Mississauga injures 6
An early morning crash on the QEW has sent six people to hospital and prompted police to close a stretch of the highway in Mississauga.
Pinky the bunny's big adventure ends with cake and hugs in Bay de Verde
Pinky was left at the airport in Halifax and found through a Facebook post. The bunny had some adventures in the airport before hopping on a plane to St. John's.
New Zealand retains Rugby World Cup Sevens women's crown
The women's Rugby World Cup Sevens trophy will remain in Kiwi hands after New Zealand successfully defended its title with a 29-0 win over France on Saturday.
Digging into St. John's history with the Tea and Tombstones tour
With his new cemetery tour, folklorist and storyteller Dale Jarvis reveals city history, one grave at a time.
Meet TNB's new artistic director
Natasha MacLellan is taking over as Theatre New Brunswick new artistic director.
50 years after leaving Inuvik, former teacher reconnects with familiar faces
A lot has changed in Inuvik since Ann Pauls moved from the Arctic town 50 years ago.
'It's old fashioned and I like that': Sask. dairy approved to sell milk directly from farmyard
For Martha Froese-Kooijenga, being able to sell her cows' milk directly to regular customers is a return to a simpler time of life.
Hurdler Sage Watson hasn't lost sight of goals following latest foot injury
Canada's Sage Watson will return from a sprained right foot to compete in the women’s 400-metre hurdles at the Müller Anniversary Games in London, U.K., on Saturday (CBCSports.ca, 9 a.m. ET) in a tune-up for the upcoming NACAC championships in Toronto.
Watch Rugby World Cup Sevens (all day)
CBC Sports is providing a free live stream of the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens through to the end of competition on Sunday.