Diana Ross and her days with the Supremes
Back when she was one of the Supremes, Diana Ross told CBC about the trio's start and the evolution of their musical style.
Steamy romance novelist Judith Krantz dies at 91
Writer Judith Krantz, whose million-selling novels such as Scruples and Princess Daisy engrossed readers worldwide with their steamy tales of the rich and beautiful, died Saturday at her Bel-Air home. She was 91.
There wasn't enough Canada on Canadian TV in 1988
Wayne and Shuster was definitely Canadian, but Parliament thought there was otherwise too much American programming on the airwaves.
Perhaps Canada Post wasn't solely to blame for trouble in '78?
Archivists poring over 75,000 hours of legends, stories collected by CBC
The hockey league that was ready to roll in 1993 - literally
Kelly Jay Fordham, Cancon pioneer and keyboardist for Crowbar, dies at 77
Freddie Mercury returns in stripped-back re-release of Time
Canada's 'first pop festival' happened 50 years ago
A supercut tribute to Anna Maria Tremonti
When Canada banned certain books written by Canadians
The Silver Volt was so far ahead of its time, it never got built
Fossils found near Old Crow, Yukon, help scientists retrace steps of ancient hyena
Car phones helped get the job done in 1990
A 'stain on the fair name of our soldiers': Remembering a Canadian riot that turned deadly in England in 1919