Decision to kill: A police sniper's bullet saved one life and ended another
On the morning of Aug. 25, 2004, an armed man took a stranger hostage in front of Toronto’s main transit hub. After an intense standoff with police that lasted about an hour, he was dead.
Why Canadian rapper Michie Mee is jazzed about Missy Elliott's hall of fame induction
This week, Missy Elliott made history as the first female rapper inductee to the Songwriter's Hall of Fame. Canadian hip-hop pioneer Michie Mee tells us why she's celebrating.
'David vs. Goliath': Irish burger chain beats McDonald's in Big Mac trademark case
McDonald's brought the suit against Supermac's back in 2015, claiming the restaurant's name and menu items — such as the Mighty Mac burger — infringed on the Big Mac trademark.
The 40-year-old learner: A CBC host finally gets behind the wheel
Elephants are evolving to be tuskless after decades of poaching pressure
The New Sell
Your friend, the marketer: The best social media ads don't look like ads at all
Blood, puke and spit: Why skating rink ice piles could be a biohazard
If Trump told Cohen to lie, that's 'as serious as it could get' for the president: prosecutor
Fear a 'prominent feature' in Burkina Faso as armed presence grows, says expert
British academic jailed 7 months in U.A.E. fights to clear his name
Shooting past stereotypes: Photojournalist challenges expectations with contemporary images
Oscars 2019 odds: What film will win best picture at the Academy Awards?
Why this writer says burnout carries 'a different weight' for people of colour
90 weird and wonderful facts about Winnie-the-Pooh
Zombies in Antarctica — Isolated researchers enter 'psychological hibernation'
Podcast: How Yemen's cyberwar could shape future conflicts
She was told 'upskirting' was not a crime in England and Wales — so she made it one
Indigenous ownership won't solve problems with Trans Mountain pipeline, says Squamish Nation councillor
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver dead at 83
As Trump calls for a border wall to keep trouble out, illegal U.S. guns are fuelling violence in Mexico
The unexpected way Nixon's ban on cigarette ads changed TV forever
Clint Malarchuk suffered a horrific sporting injury. But PTSD put his life in peril again, decades later