Want to drink like a wizard? Mead is in the middle of an Ontario renaissance
Now more than ever people in Ontario can drink like wizards living inside a Harry Potter novel. The world's oldest alcoholic beverage is making a comeback in Ontario.
Don't read this before seeing Three Identical Strangers
In 2007, CBC's The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos did an interview with twin sisters that has made its way into a new documentary.
Canadian soccer coach John Herdman outlines World Cup plan
National coach promises competition will dictate which players will represent Canada for the next eight years.
Sask. RCMP arrest man for allegedly firing gun, sexually assaulting person inside Pierceland-area home
Police from four RCMP detachments were brought to the Pierceland area Monday afternoon after a man allegedly fired a gun at a vehicle.
Nicaragua forces go on offensive, raising fears bloody toll from anti-Ortega protests will increase
Nicaraguan national police and armed pro-government civilians laid siege Tuesday to a symbolically important neighbourhood that has recently become a centre of resistance to President Daniel Ortega's government.
Sask. Ukrainians say U.S. complicit after Trump fails to condemn Russian aggression
Adding to the chorus of outrage over U.S. President Donald Trump’s summit with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, Ukrainians in Saskatchewan now fear for the future of their homeland.
Trump says he misspoke in Helsinki, accepts that Russia meddled
After outrage over his failure to hold Russia accountable for interfering in the 2016 U.S. election during a meeting with President Vladimir Putin, U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he accepts the U.S. intelligence community's conclusion that Russia did in fact meddle in the election.
Deal to protect Hollywood Theatre heads to public hearing in Vancouver
A plan to designate Kitsilano’s beloved Hollywood Theatre as a heritage building and spare it from the wrecking ball goes before a public hearing Tuesday evening.
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.
Soccer Canada gears up for World Cup push
Canadian men’s soccer coach John Herdman outlined his plans for the 2022 and 2026 World Cups. Last month, Canada was part of the winning bid to co-host the 2026 World Cup.
Members of Trudeau's youth council urge cancellation of Kinder Morgan buyout
Members of Justin Trudeau's youth council are urging the prime minister to withdraw his decision to buy Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.
Head of U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says fentanyl almost killed his son
CDC director says the opioid epidemic is 'the public health crisis of our time' and a top priority for the health agency.
Top-5 MLB trades that could happen ahead of July 31 non-waiver deadline
All eyes are on Baltimore shortstop Manny Machado as baseball’s July 31 non-waiver trade deadline nears, but other big names could be on the move. Would the Dodgers acquire a rental player like Brian Dozier? Should Boston deal with the Blue Jays to fill a rotation need?
July 16, 2018 episode trancript
Full text transcript of July 16th episode
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, wears Canadian designer to London event
A fondness for Canadian fashion apparently hasn't waned for Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex. The former Toronto resident was photographed Tuesday wearing a sleeveless trench dress by the Calgary brand Nonie.
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Founder Dennis Bradley lived for the freedom of flight
Dennis Bradley was a big man who lived for the freedom of flight. He refused to stay grounded, even when he found out his six-foot-six frame was too big for him to fly for the Royal Canadian Air Force.
World Emoji Day
Can you guess the Canadian book by the emojis?
Happy World Emoji Day! Sometimes you don't need words. Just emojis will do.
Ottawa unlikely to scrap Safe Third Country Agreement with U.S., says immigration expert
Concordia University's Mireille Paquet says NAFTA negotiations hamper a possible end to agreement.
Suspicious package leads to seizure of marijuana worth over $51K, says Thunder Bay police
Two people are in custody after Thunder Bay police seized 11.4 pounds of marijuana earlier this week.
Justice For Our Stolen Children camp disappointed in government's lack of action after meeting
Camp spokesperson Robyn Pitawanakwat says there is a big difference between what the government is saying and what they're doing.
Don't fall for 'gifting cloud' pyramid schemes, warn Drumheller RCMP
Drumheller RCMP have issued a warning following what they say is an increase in invitations to participate in "gifting cloud" pyramid schemes.
Crown considers more serious charges when man dies after boardwalk fight
Saint John police say 19-year-old William Jordan may face more serious charges after Anthony Dwyer succumbed to his injuries from a scuffle outside Market Square on the weekend.
From the creator and star of Hamilton, with beautiful illustrations by Jonny Sun, comes a book of affirmations to inspire readers at the beginning and end of each day.
Manitoba chiefs to vote for regional chief of Assembly of First Nations
Ahead of the election for the new leader of the Assembly of First Nations next week, the chiefs of Manitoba's 63 First Nations will cast their vote for who they want to represent them at the national organization.
Trudeau has harsh words for Putin after Helsinki summit, in contrast to Trump
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau avoided calling out U.S. President Donald Trump by name over his behaviour during Monday's controversial news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. But, unlike Trump, he had harsh words for the Russian president.