Grass fire burns in St. Clements, inside Brokenhead Ojibway Nation

Fire crews are fighting a grass fire off of Highway 59, near Brokenhead First Nation and in the community, crews are also battling a blaze.

Canadian allegedly lynched in Peru 'gentle' seeker of 'deeper meaning,' friend says

Family and friends of a Vancouver Island man believe that he was killed in Peru in an alleged lynching by people who thought he was involved in the shooting death of an 81-year-old traditional healer.

Allergy bullying: It's real, and it's dangerous

Kids with life-threatening allergies have a tough time navigating school and activities to keep themselves safe. But they also face the added burden of "allergy bullying.”

Snow's gone. Time for Saskatoon parking patios

At least three, and maybe four, of last year's six patios will be back in 2018.

'I don't know how to not care': Filmmaker Brad Peyton on Rampage, and why negative reviews still get to him

The Canadian director talks about his latest film Rampage, and shares his thoughts on critics' negative reviews of Hollywood blockbusters.

Liberal MP facing sexual assault allegation

An Ontario Liberal MP is facing an allegation of sexual assault following an incident in Halifax early Saturday morning.

Fascinators: 11 milliners you need to know about for (royal) wedding season

Fascinators: 11 milliners you need to know about for (royal) wedding season

Denim do: 10 pairs of so-right-now dad jeans to pull on

Denim do: 10 pairs of so-right-now dad jeans to pull on

Pot and push ups: Could cannabis be the next workout aid?

Pot and push ups: Could cannabis be the next workout aid?

Canadian and U.S. pot firms cross borders to raise money in battle for dominance

As U.S. and Canadian government policies toward marijuana grow more divergent amid Canada's push for legalization, their stock exchanges have seen a flurry of cross-listing activity from companies eager to snap up investment capital and carve out dominant positions in a growing global market.

Jake Guentzel scores 4 straight to help Penguins eliminate Flyers

Jake Guentzel scored four straight goals to help send the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins into the next round with an 8-5 win over the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 6 on Sunday.

Ron Hayter, Edmonton's longest serving city councillor, dead at 81

Ron Hayter, a former city councillor who served 33 years at city hall, died Saturday at the age of 81, his family says.

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Full schedule and TV guide

Hockey Night in Canada's coverage of the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs features Toronto facing Boston, and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia reigniting the battle of Pennsylvania.

Meet the all-female rookie robotic squad headed to a world championship

This robotics squad is believed to be one of the only all-female, rookie Canadian teams to make it to FIRST's world championships.

CBC New Brunswick wins 5 RTDNA awards

CBC New Brunswick has earned five awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) for an in-depth regional series, in-depth and investigative reporting, innovation, diversity and a radio feature.

How to speak with your teenage kids about cannabis

How to speak with your teenage kids about cannabis

I talked to my Mom about her expectations of me and maybe you should too...

Now or Never host Ify Chiwetelu's parents always encouraged her to chase her dreams --- as long as she dreamt of a career as a doctor, lawyer or engineer.

Hockey Night in Canada: Free live streams on desktop & app

CBC Sports brings you a free live stream of Monday's Hockey Night in Canada playoff game, with the Boston Bruins visiting the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 6.

On Canusa Street, you need a passport to visit your neighbours

Residents of a community that straddles the Canada-U.S. border describe how security concerns have separated their small towns.

Bouchard survives Fed Cup marathon, Dabrowski loses as Canada remains tied

Eugenie Bouchard of Westmount, Que., outlasted Lesia Tsurenko 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (5), to give Canada a 2-1 lead over Ukraine in a best-of-five Fed Cup World Group II playoff on Sunday.

Hockey Night in Canada: Penguins vs. Flyers

The Pittsburgh Penguins eliminated the Philadelphia Flyers in six games in the first round of the NHL playoffs.

How a Sandy Hook mother came to forgive the shooter

Alissa Parker tells the story of her struggle to forgive the man who killed her child, Emilie, in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

Canada's first tenured Inuit professor at U of S says research, opportunities 'a dream world'

When she looks back at her childhood growing up in a small Greenland community, to her life now, as Canada’s first tenured Inuit professor, Karla Jessen Williamson still feels a sense of disbelief. She is one of the very few Inuit professors working in academia, as an assistant professor in education at the University of Saskatchewan.

Mike Schreiner hosts rally in Guelph with David Suzuki, Elizabeth May

Hundreds gathered in Guelph Saturday in support of Mike Schreiner, leader of Ontario's Green Part running for the Guelph riding. Among supporters was environmentalist David Suzuki.

Little steps make a big difference for P.E.I. Earth Day events

On April 22, Earth Day celebrations and events take place in 192 countries as people focus on environmental issues. The Town of Stratford, P.E.I. held its first event this year.