Trudeau cabinet shuffle brings new faces, several changes for run-up to 2019 campaign

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has added five new faces to his cabinet and created new ministries in a significant midsummer shakeup.

Getting a tattoo of your favourite art? These tips will help you do right by the original artist

Follow this expert advice and nobody gets hurt. The tattoo itself, though, will definitely hurt a bit.

U.S. to review uranium imports on national security grounds

The United States Department of Commerce will launch an investigation into imports of uranium, citing the same concerns about national security that it did before implementing tariffs on steel and aluminum.

'It isn't what people think it is'

Recovering addicts volunteer their time twice a week with an Edmonton area pitbull rescue.

More cowbell? That's not what these neighbours wanted

How much cowbell can you take? It was the question at the centre of a dispute between two neighbours in the 1980s.

First Play Live: AHI, In Our Time

AHI plays songs from his new album In Our Time.

Listen to every episode of Reclaimed on CBC Music

Discover the many worlds of Indigenous music on CBC Music's weekly show, hosted by Jarrett Martineau.

Tories react to federal cabinet changes LIVE

Opposition MP Lisa Raitt, the deputy leader of the Conservatives, responds to the changes in Justin Trudeau's cabinet.
Magic 8 Q&A

Terry Fallis on feminism, his favourite sandwich and the writer afterlife

The Canada Reads-winning author of The Best Laid Plans answers eight questions submitted by eight other authors.

Boris Johnson accuses PM May of 'dithering' on Brexit in resignation speech

Boris Johnson, in his formal resignation speech to the British House of Commons, urged the Conservatives on Wednesday to abandon the "miserable permanent limbo of Chequers," referring to the nickname of the Theresa May plan to address Brexit concerns within her own party and the European Union.

A guide to Canadian literary festivals

Discover the literary festivals in your community.

Human remains discovered in Mount Forest ravine: OPP

Wellington County OPP are investigating after discovering human remains in Mount Forest.

Impairment in workplaces 'nothing new under the sun,' safety expert says

With just three months to go until cannabis becomes legal in Canada, a health and safety agency in northern Ontario is reminding employers to update their safety policies.

Campfire ban in most of western B.C. comes into effect today

High temperatures and no rain in the forecast has prompted wildfire services to prohibit open burning in the Coastal Fire Centre.

How cosplay became a global phenomenon

Cosplay: The Fantasy World of Role Play Comic-Con explores the rise of elaborate costumes that fans wear when they go to comic conventions.

Decriminalizing drugs 'worthy of dialogue' WRPS Chief Bryan Larkin says

Waterloo Regional Police Services Chief Bryan Larkin says there's a need for evidence-based research and a dialogue about how to address the drug crisis in Waterloo region and across the country and that includes talking about decriminalizing drugs.

Cyclist seriously injured in collision in northeast Hamilton

Gage Avenue is closed in both directions between Beechwood Avenue and Lloyd Street and Barton Street East is blocked from Avondale Street to Connaught Avenue North.



Remaking Sparks: Fresh ideas for pedestrian mall get test run

Parts of Sparks Street in downtown Ottawa are upping the fun factor this morning as officials try out some new ideas to revitalize the pedestrian mall.

Lynching of Emmett Till no different than modern-day police shootings, argues law professor

The U.S. Justice Department's review of the 1955 killing of black teenager Emmett Till is being regarded with suspicion by some activists. One law professor argues that there are strong links between the decades of lynchings and modern-day police shootings.

How cosplay became a global phenomenon

Wrriter Lauren Orsini walks us through what it's like to take part in Comic-Con, one of the biggest pop culture conventions in the world.

Dangerous offender Leo Teskey to remain behind bars

Dangerous offender Leo Teskey will remain behind bars - this despite being so sure he would be granted parole that he was making plans to live with his children upon his release.

'Hate is alive here': Wife of beaten Mississauga man speaks out after attack

It was supposed to be a peaceful summer evening outdoors with friends, but things took a frightening turn when a Mississauga, Ont., father of two was severely beaten in what Peel Regional Police confirm they are investigating as a hate-motivated crime.

Gus Van Sant on casting Joaquin Phoenix as a disabled person and carrying out Robin Williams' vision

Gus Van Sant is best known for Good Will Hunting and Milk, but he's also earned cult followings with films like My Own Private Idaho. His latest film is something in between.

If you've never crossed something off your Bucket List, here's how to start

If you've never crossed something off of your Bucket List, here's how to start