When Santa Claus visited his four-legged admirers in Moncton, N.B.
The man in red came to visit some lucky dogs at a Moncton, N.B., dog-grooming salon because they weren't able to have pictures taken with him at the mall.
'It won't ruin my life or anything': When a U.S. team won the Grey Cup
1995 was the only year that a U.S.-based team claimed the Grey Cup.
Late pitcher Halladay among new names on Hall of Fame ballot
Career saves leader Mariano Rivera and late pitcher Roy Halladay are among 20 new candidates on the Hall of Fame ballot for the Baseball Writers' Association of America, joined by 15 holdovers headed by Edgar Martinez.
5 memorable things Margaret Atwood has told us about her childhood
'Canada's folk laureate' Gordon Lightfoot turns 80
Gary Hart, the media and the story behind The Front Runner
As It Happens anniversary special airs today
The death of Northern Dancer, 'Canada's most famous racehorse'
William Goldman, writer of The Princess Bride and All the President's Men, dead at 87
Last Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide
It wasn't the G7 before Canada joined it
When René Lévesque and the PQ swept into power in 1976
From the Vaults digs deep into the CBC archives for unforgettable musical performances
The return of Joe Clark: When the former PM led the PCs ... again
Born this way: Why Prince Charles was destined to be a king
Casey proud of influence on Raptors, Canadian basketball
Why Stan Lee saw Spider-Man as a regular guy
The Doc Project
Mind-blowing music in attic reveals the life one man locked away
Reflections on the music business from a young Neil Young