(Live at 5:30 am ET) 2019 Nordic World Championships on CBC: Women's & Men's Cross Country Skiing - Team Sprint Final

Women's and Men's Team Sprint from the Olympiaregion Seefeld in Seefeld, Austria.

Inuk NHL player Jordin Tootoo on life after going 'All the Way'

Jordin Tootoo doesn’t watch much hockey anymore — but reflecting on his storied career as the first Inuk to play in the NHL, he’s reminded of how it saved him.

Tiny tyrannosaur fossil helps scientists understand how T-rex grew so large

This finding helps to fill in a big gap in the evolutionary history of the fearsome T-rex

The healthiest fish and 'chips' dinner we ever did see

The healthiest fish and 'chips' dinner we ever did see

9 podcasts to help you reach your 2019 career goals

9 podcasts to help you reach your 2019 career goals

(Live at 5:00 am ET) FIL Luge World Cup on CBC: Doubles Sprint - Sochi

Doubles Sprint Luge from the Sanki Sliding Center in Sochi, Russia.

How cybercriminals sell their skills so the average Joe can steal money

By offering up their services for a fee, cybercriminals make it possible for almost anyone with a computer and internet connection to steal money and personal information.

I am an Inuk — We are strong

Jasmine Qunguliq Alorut, a Grade 10 student in Igloolik, Nunavut, wrote a poem about being Inuk.

Ford government shuts down agency that helps people fight zoning appeals

The Ford government is closing a provincial agency that gives legal assistance to residents battling development changes in their local municipality.

Former Sudbury priest Rick Prashaw opens up about the life and death of his transgender child

If you live in Sudbury or North Bay, you might know the name Rick Prashaw.
Point of View

Helplessness, trauma and the 'inevitable consequences' of being a first responder

RCMP Staff Sgt. Ben Parry shares his memories of the deadly fire in Pubnico Head that claimed the lives of four children and why first responders must come face-to-face with their own humanity when confronted with tragedy.

SaskPower buys $285K condo in La Ronge, citing recruiting challenges

As part of an effort to address recruiting challenges in La Ronge, Sask., SaskPower has bought a condo in the northern town for $285,000. The public utility says it's the most cost-effective way to accommodate shift workers who live elsewhere.

Scientists can read the 'rust' on a person's DNA to predict when they'll die

'It's really more likely that planet Earth will be hit by an asteroid tomorrow than that this predictor doesn't work'

15-Hour Workweek?: "We can handle the good life, if only we take the time."

Award-winning Dutch author Rutger Bregman makes the case for more leisure in his book, "Utopia for Realists: The Case for a Universal Basic Income, Open Borders, and a 15-Hour Work-week."

A vet on how to protect your dog against the worst of winter

A vet on how to protect your dog against the worst of winter

Are you shovelling the right way? Experts on how to avoid injury and even turn it into a workout

Are you shovelling the right way? Experts on how to avoid injury and even turn it into a workout

What U.S. envoy Elliott Abrams' controversial past signals for Venezuela's future

"Over and over again ... he is the man who has been called on to help overthrow foreign governments." Elliott Abrams has a decades-long, and highly controversial, history in El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua. Now he's the U.S. State Department's point person on Venezuela.

February fun continues! So much to see in our audience photo gallery

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Part-time doctors defend their work: 'It doesn't make us any less valuable'

Not many doctors plan on working part-time. But more are choosing to do so. This week, Dr. Brian Goldman speaks with two part-time doctors who explain their choice.

A doctor's quest to understand why so many physicians die by suicide

Pamela Wible has collected more than 1,200 stories of fellow doctors who’ve taken their own lives.

The pedestals were washed away: The sex abuse scandals that rocked the church in N.L.

It started with Father Jim Hickey. Then came Mount Cashel. Three decades later, veteran journalist Roger Bill looks back.

TTC Line 1 closed from St. Clair West-Union this weekend

Start planning some alternate routes if you're planning on using Line 1 this weekend.

A battle over aid in Venezuela - and a border zone primed to explode

Both sides in the confrontation between Venezuela’s socialist government, led by Nicolas Maduro, and the opposition led by Juan Guaido know that today — Saturday, February 23 — could be the one that decides who rules Venezuela.

India's Kumbh Mela festival features 1st ever transgender congregation

At the Kumbh Mela festival, the transgender community believes it is reclaiming the lost place in Hinduism for India's "third gender," known as the hijras, worshipped as demi-gods for thousands of years.

Oscar race experts give low-down on 'take no prisoners' campaign for best picture

With no clear front-runner, and audience favourites like Bohemian Rhapsody and Green Book embroiled in controversy, the Oscars' best picture race has become a fierce and unpredictable campaign for the academy's top award. CBC talked to a pair of Oscar race experts to help break it all down.