The Newfoundland sealers who got stranded on the ice for weeks
They were trapped in a dangerous situation, but they couldn't go anywhere to escape it.
'Like comfort food': Trailer Park Boys cast reflects on 20 years of life in Sunnyvale
Twenty years after the Trailer Park Boys debuted, the show about a foul-mouthed bunch of petty criminals from the Sunnyvale Trailer Park has become a part of Canadiana. CBC News spoke with some of the cast members to learn about the origins of the unlikely hit.
DNA used to ID sailor from doomed 1845 Franklin Expedition with living relative
The 1845 Franklin Expedition to find the fabled Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic resulted in the deaths of nearly 130 sailors, and left more questions than answers. But 176 years later, a DNA match has identified the skeletal remains of a sailor aboard HMS Erebus.
From 1999: How 'surfing the net' could help you find a job
The election that everyone saw coming in Canada in 1974
Homesteading lifestyle making a comeback in New Brunswick
How history forgot a 20th century pandemic
How Trivial Pursuit launched the board game rush of the 1980s
From 1996: Who will buy the Sun chain? (In the end, the Sun)
The Liberal backbenchers they called the Rat Pack
'It's powerful': London, Ont., woman finds 2 ancient weapon tips in her garden
The last months of Bobby Sands' life, as seen from afar and up close
New Russian film on Chornobyl nuclear disaster skips the coverup, focuses on heroes
These camping innovations of 1970 had all the comforts of home
The 'denim-clad army' that fought changes to Quebec's grading policy
The GST, a broken promise and a lot of drama for Sheila Copps
In 1964, tattoos weren't just for sailors anymore
N.S. cabin designed by iconic Canadian artist Alex Colville sells for $15K over asking price
Lauded and loathed: Why the French still can't get enough of Napoleon — 200 years after his death
Olympia Dukakis, who won an Academy Award for Moonstruck, dies at 89