Activist Iman Bukhari rages against racism in Canada

After moving from Pakistan to Canada, Iman Bukhari experienced racism as an 11-year-old. But that experience contributed to the work she now does as an activist and documentary filmmaker.

RCMP can't help customers of cancelled vegetable box program who haven't been refunded

Nova Scotia RCMP say they can't do anything to help out people who shelled out thousands for a vegetable box program a year ago and didn't get their money back after the farmers skipped town without delivering refunds to many clients.

Jays can't solve Severino and Yanks, drop 1st series of year

Luis Severino pitched three-hit ball over seven innings, prized prospect Gleyber Torres went 0 for 4 in his big league debut and the youthful New York Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1 on Sunday.

Naked man kills 4 before customer grabs gun at Nashville Waffle House

A man who was naked but for a green jacket shot and killed at least four people before a patron snatched his gun and tossed it over the counter at a restaurant near Nashville early Sunday, police said.

End the recreational fishery, says head of Association of Seafood Producers

The executive director from the Association of Seafood Producers is making a bold call, suggesting a full halt to the recreational cod fishery.

CBC Prince Edward Island takes home 3 RTDNA awards

CBC Prince Edward Island has earned three awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA).

G7 ministers sit down in Toronto to a full plate of world troubles

A gathering of G7 foreign and security ministers got underway in Toronto on a slightly informal note with Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland inviting her counterparts to her home for Sunday brunch.

Sebastian Woodroffe identified as Canadian killed in Peru after Indigenous healer murdered

Authorities in Peru are investigating after an Indigenous spiritual leader was shot to death, a case that local media reports say resulted in the killing of a Canadian citizen in reprisal for the murder.

World Rugby Sevens Series in Kitakyushu Bronze and Gold medal match

Full coverage of the bronze and gold medal matches at the women's HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Kitakyushu, Japan.

U.S. pipeline construction exec fights to stop bribery conviction barring him from Canada

The Texas-based vice-president of a company hoping to cash in on Canada's biggest pipeline projects wants to stop a hearing that could see him barred from crossing the border because of a past conviction for bribing Nigerian officials.

Bringing back Stuart McLean's Arthur Awards: who would you nominate and why?

It has been more than a year since Stuart McLean died. In his honour, Checkup resurrects his beloved Arthur Awards where people across the country nominate someone unsung in their community who deserves to be recognized. Join Duncan McCue Sunday on CBC Radio One at 1 p.m. PT, 2 p.m. MT, 3 p.m. CT, 4 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. AT and 5:30 p.m. NT.

Leafs feel the Bruins curse is gone after surviving Game 5 comeback

The Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Boston Bruins 4-3 in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference quarter-final series on Saturday. Toronto held a 4-1 lead 11:55 into the second period and hung on to cut Boston's advantage in the series to 3-2, and force Game 6 on Monday at the Air Canada Centre.

Not alone: B.C. artist with Asperger's describes high school in graphic novel

Matthew Senn was picked on at school for being different but it wasn’t until the end of high school that he was diagnosed with Asperger's, a form of autism.

Hunting for a summer job? Consider the brand you're creating on social media

Instead of focusing only on the dangers of social media, young people should look into how to use it effectively — and that includes building a personal brand, says Judianne Jayme.

Elementary school musicians play with Thunder Bay Symphony

The orchestra visited the school as part of its 'Side By Side' program, and members helped students in Grades 7 and 8 improve their skills. They then performed a concert for the school, during which the students accompanied them on two numbers.

Quebec maple syrup hits sweet spot on Japanese market, entrepreneur says

Takeya Kaburaki recently bought an inn and sugar shack in the Gaspé region, hoping to draw maple-loving, Japanese visitors to Quebec. His company, Kabuchan International, has sold more than two million bottles of maple syrup in Japan in 15 years.

Young minds dazzle at National Debating Championships in St. John's

The brightest high school students around Canada were at Holy Heart of Mary High School to compete for national glory.

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Bye bye, winter: Spring weather arrives in Alberta

Spring has finally arrived in Alberta. After enduring what seemed like a winter that would never end, much more spring-like temperatures are forecast in the coming days, with highs expected to reach 22 C in some parts of the province.

101-year-old cross honouring Canadians of Vimy Ridge battle returns to Toronto

A 101-year-old battlefield cross inscribed with the names of 57 Canadians killed in the Battle of Vimy Ridge returned to Toronto Sunday.

Man charged after passenger critically injured in rollover

A 24-year-old man faces multiple charges after his female passenger was critically injured in a single-vehicle crash on Merivale Road early Sunday morning.

Verne Troyer, known for role in Austin Powers, dead at 49

Verne Troyer, the actor known for his role as Mini-Me in the Austin Powers films, has died at the age of 49.

Polytechnique shooting survivor Nathalie Provost speaks with CBC News Network about her participation at the March for Our Lives in Washington.

Reporter fatally shot on Facebook Live amid Nicaragua unrest

Journalist Angel Gahona was fatally shot as he was holding up a cellphone and narrating on Facebook Live about the unrest in Nicaragua over social security reforms.

Tale of the tapes: St. John's woman hopes to find someone to fix her late grandfather's Walkman

New school, meet old school.