Unmarried, no kids. What are you doing? This Tamil hip hop trio answers family pressure with bangers

For All Mixed Up, rap is a family affair: ''Dirty 30' is basically a diss song to every parent that asks us this.'

Laylin Delorme found of guilty of 1st-degree murder in Edmonton Mac's killings

A jury found Laylin Delorme guilty on two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of armed robbery Friday in the death of two Mac's convenience store clerks.

8 CBC Podcasts you'll binge this summer

Perfect picks for the beach, barbecuing, or getting into (or over) that summer fling.

'I know the Yazidis are going through hell': ISIS survivors in Canada plead for help for family left behind

After surviving sexual slavery under the brutal rule of ISIS, Yazidis who escaped to Canada cannot find closure because of family members who are still missing, languishing in refugee camps or still in ISIS hands. They want Canada to do more to reunite them

Missing 13-year-old last seen at Steinbach street festival

The police need help finding a 13-year-old girl last spotted in Steinbach nearly a week ago.

2018 FIFA World Cup schedule and results

When does your favourite team play? When does your rival play? Find out with our full schedule of matches for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, from the beginning of the group stage on June 14 through to the final on July 15.

Meet Nova Scotia's acclaimed 'owl man'

Bernard Forsythe, 76, still climbs high into the trees of Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, tending to the nesting boxes he's made for barred owls. He also bands the birds to keep track of their range.

That's not a grape! Black widow spider found in fruit by St. John's woman

Amy Copeland got a little something extra when she bought some grapes at the grocery store — a western black widow spider.
The National Today

Venezuela slammed in UN human rights report: 'The extreme injustice of it all is stark'

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: UN human rights report slams Venezuela; Greece gets a big bailout; Spain's former prime minister is back at work - at the same job he left 35 years ago to go into politics

Read the transcript of Gaétan Barrette's comments on medevac planes

On June 8, 2018 Health Minister Gaétan Barrette attended an event at the Islamic Community Centre in Brossard. A citizen approached him with a question about medevac planes. A transcript of the exchange was given to CBC News.

Release of 5 men convicted in Spanish 'Wolf Pack' sex assault sparks protests

Five men convicted of sexually assaulting a young woman at the Pamplona bull running festival in 2016 were released on bail on Friday, reigniting outrage over the case which has led to mass protests calling for tougher punishment of sex crimes.

Canadian government announces $167.4M to help save key whale species

Transportation Minister Marc Garneau announced new measures to help in the protection of the southern resident killer whale, the North Atlantic right whale and the St. Lawrence Estuary beluga.

Sabres parting ways with goalie Robin Lehner

Goalie Robin Lehner will become an unrestricted free agent after Buffalo Sabres general manager Jason Botterill says the team will not extend a qualifying offer to retain the rights of their third-year starter.

23 charges laid after fly-in enforcement near Geraldton

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says 23 charges were laid and 18 warnings issued during a three-day aerial enforcement.

Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day

Date coinciding with the summer solstice celebrates First Nations, Inuit and Métis.

Activists call for city to drop Officers' Square project altogether

An activist group is urging the city to halt its plans in redeveloping Fredericton's Officers' Square.

Why the rate of youth homelessness is on the rise in London


Courtney Bains: 'they feel like it's never going to get any better and that's the only option'


City in limbo as province sorts out pot plan, mayor says

The City of Ottawa is still in a haze when it comes to preparing for the legal sale of cannabis on Oct. 17, 2018, especially now that the province's plan to regulate pot sales could go up in smoke.

Head-on crash between 2 Calgary Transit buses sends driver to hospital

Two Calgary Transit buses hit head-on Friday morning, sending one driver to hospital and delaying traffic on 14th Street S.W.

Facebook brings its messaging app for kids to Canada despite experts' concerns

Messenger Kids has attracted criticism from some experts who argue that young children are not yet able to navigate the complexities of privacy and and social etiquette online. Facebook says the app was built with feedback from parents and experts.
Coming Up Live

Alberta finance minister responds to calls for action on 'unfair' equalization formula extension

Join CBC Calgary to watch Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci speak live about the equalization decision and his opposition's calls for action.

Driver dies after tractor-trailer crosses 401 median hitting another truck

OPP say a driver has died after a tractor trailer crossed the Highway 401 median barrier near Tilbury, hitting another truck.

Charges dropped against rural Alberta homeowner accused of shooting trespasser

All charges have been dropped against a rural Alberta homeowner accused of shooting a trespasser on his property near Okotoks.

A Modest Proposal About Satire

Political comedy is everywhere on TV, but contributor Peter Brown is concerned: the laughter on late-night shows seems to be giving way to the earnest partisan cheering that comedian Seth Meyers calls "clapter". Are our current politicians becoming satire-proof? Or has satire always merely preached to the choir?