Chefs Lynn Crawford and Lora Kirk dish about a new cookbook, moving back home and the importance of family
The chefs and partners spoke with Shelagh Rogers about their new cookbook and the joys of rediscovering home.
Agnes Macphail became Canada's 1st female MP a century ago — and influenced change that endures today
Canada's first female member of Parliament was elected on Dec. 6, 1921, and her tenure left a lasting legacy. She fought for farmers, miners, the average worker and, later, people in prison — which became a cornerstone of her legacy.
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Sick of scam phone calls? Where they come from — and why you might soon get fewer
Phone scams are becoming increasingly complex. But this week, the CRTC announced they will require telecom companies to use technology that flags spam calls. Consumer protection expert Daniel Tsai answers your questions.
'These pieces are part of us': Repatriating belongings and remains stolen from Indigenous peoples
How nurse practitioners are bridging the gap between family doctors and the ER
Indigenous creators get a boost from TikTok accelerator program
Canada's QAnon 'Queen' and her escalating rhetoric
Sunday on Checkup
Is it time to rethink your family holiday plans?
Solar wind and space dust may explain the presence of much of Earth's water
Planning a trip over the holidays? Expect airport delays, sudden travel restrictions, experts say
Peace By Chocolate founder Tareq Hadhad tells a sweet story of family, food and fortune
David Copperfield on the art of magic — and why he says it's all about truth
The First Wave, a new documentary, goes inside one NYC hospital as COVID-19 took hold
Robots made from living cells learned how to replicate themselves
Comedian Chris Sandiford takes the news quiz
Tennis star Peng Shuai is casting international light on China's #MeToo movement
Will psychedelics become mainstream? This Calgary company is betting on it
Choppers, boats and grit: how some health-care workers are adapting to weather disasters
The special meaning of things made by hand
Snowed-in Danish Ikea customers enjoy soft bedding and free food
As U.S. Supreme Court considers abortion case, one Mississippi woman shares how the procedure saved her life
Still seeking your soul mate? 'One' is a whole number, says psychologist