ISIS bombing kills 48 at Kabul voter registration centre
A suicide bomber struck a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital on Sunday, killing at least 48 people in an attack claimed by ISIS.
Ottawa record store marks 40 years in business
Brothers Ian and James Boyd are celebrating 40 years at Compact Ottawa of connecting Ottawa music lovers with vinyl, CDs and cassettes.
1 injured in single-vehicle crash on Merivale Road
Ottawa police are investigating after one person was injured in a single-vehicle crash on Merivale Road early Sunday morning.
Inmate dies in Clarenville women's prison, RCMP investigating
A woman died in the early hours of Saturday morning after being taken to hospital from the Correctional Centre for Women in Clarenville.
Burnaby workshop damaged in overnight fire
A wood and metal fabrication shop on Still Creek Drive is left with damage after a piece of equipment caught fire overnight.
Canadian women's rugby 7s fall in consolation semis
Kathy Baker scored a try in extra time as Ireland topped Canada 24-19 in a consolation Challenge Trophy semifinal Sunday at the women's HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Kitakyushu, Japan.
Watch Women's World Rugby Sevens Series
CBC Sports will provide a live stream of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series women's tournament from Kitakyushu, Japan.
Seed library shares space with books in St. John's
Talk about food for thought!
Spring clean your garden in 8 simple steps
Two experienced P.E.I. landscaping companies offer their advice for prepping your lawn and garden for the coming season.
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.
Regina advocates gather to stare at Capital Pointe hole and say 'wow' like Owen Wilson
It started as a joke, but hundreds of people gathered at the intersection of Victoria Avenue and Albert Street in Regina Saturday to protest a job site that has been nothing but a hole for almost a decade.
A paean to the old-fashioned pocket hanky
For hygiene, for elegance, for so much more. John J. Boyd explains why it’s essential to always have a good-sized cloth handkerchief at the ready.
How Waterloo's unsanctioned St. Patrick's Day party cost $713K
After seeing the estimated price tag for patrolling and putting up with the annual unsanctioned street party, CBC K-W asked police, paramedics, Waterloo and the universities what exactly they spent $713K money on for St. Patrick's Day this year.
CBC Manitoba wins 2 prairie region RTDNA awards
CBC Manitoba is bringing home hardware from this year's Canadian Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) Prairie Region Awards.
Driver accused of being drunk, fleeing scene after utility pole cracked in collision
A driver crashed into a wooden utility pole and left the scene in Airport Heights, police said.
Young hockey players coming to Sudbury for the Telus Cup
The Stanley Cup of midget hockey will take place in Sudbury this week.
What's going to have two claws and a hard shell? Shippagan's new roadside attraction
If the town of Shippigan has its way, they will be building a giant crab, a tribute to its large fishing industry.
Cannabis and your community: Pot law committee to make whirlwind N.W.T. tour
Community consultations on the territory’s new marijuana legislation will kick off next week, the government announced on Friday.
Reducing single-use plastic, one Instagram post at a time
Even a dedicated environmentalist like Jesse Hitchcock admits she's fallen victim to the charms of single-use plastics, like straws and take-out coffee lids.
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.
Man dies after hitting tree while fleeing scene of car crash
A man died overnight after hitting a tree with his car in the area of McLevin Avenue and Sewells Road in Scarborough.
Point of View
Did I overcome obstacles to get my university degree? Darn right I did
I spoke another language, I was far away from home, I had two small children ... but I did it.
Podcast, accessibility series earn prizes at RTDNA awards
CBC Newfoundland and Labrador journalists picked up two awards at a ceremony Saturday night in Dartmouth.
Police investigate sexual assault in downtown Halifax
Police are investigating an alleged sexual assault they say happened early Saturday morning in downtown Halifax.
Regina vet warns cannabis edibles can have 'double toxicity' for pets
Cannabis users will need to be even more cautious about keeping edible forms of the soon-to-be-legal drug away from their pets, says a Regina veterinarian.