When Vancouver's dining options expanded to French cuisine
An influx of French restaurants had changed the dining scene in a city better known for its Chinese fare, as CBC reporter Mike Duffy discovered in 1983.
As seen on CBC-TV: Snapshots of cross-border life before COVID-19
A look back at a few examples of the cross-border stories that CBC has covered when the border operates more regularly.
Visionary Manitoba pediatrician who saved countless lives honoured on Canada Post stamp
The day Simon Whitfield came out of nowhere to make history in Sydney
Treasure trove of Inuit art found in rundown Detroit house
First volume of Barack Obama's presidential memoir to be published in November
'The old computer' that was to blame for issues with the phone book
When the Toronto Sun started publishing on Sundays
The extraordinary inner world of Charles R. Saunders, father of Black 'sword and soul'
Barbados plans to remove Queen Elizabeth as head of state
From 1983: Could Newfoundland's unemployment be double its double digits?
When Expos fans watched to see if a new stadium would come
The years go by, but Bob Woodward keeps his eye on Washington
Earliest known recording of Joni Mitchell, thought lost forever, found in B.C. basement
The cameraman who captured 'unforgettable' footage of the Hindenburg disaster
Aline Chrétien, wife of former PM Jean Chrétien, has died at age 84
When Montreal clamped down on unpaid parking tickets
When Olympic champion Jesse Owens was a guest on CBC-TV
Beloved reggae star Toots Hibbert dead at 77
The day Brian Mulroney made his debut in Parliament as an MP
When Abba chose to launch their North American tour in ... Edmonton