Manhunt continues in Strasbourg market attack while death toll rises to 3
The death toll in an attack on Strasbourg's Christmas market is now up to three. Meanwhile, police are searching through eastern France in a hunt for a fugitive alleged to be the gunman.
Star Machine: Crowbar and the Maple Music Junket
In 1972, the Canadian music industry brought a gaggle of European music journalists to Toronto and Montreal in an attempt to raise the profile of the country's growing rock and pop scene. For one band from Hamilton, it would make their career.
St. John's Morning Show Feed NL Special LIVE
It's Feed NL Day across Newfoundland and Labrador, and the St. John's Morning Show is live in the studio with some special guests and programming.
Environment Canada issues alerts as wild winds rip through southwestern Alberta
Environment Canada issued alerts Thursday morning about strong and potentially damaging winds over a swath of southwestern Alberta.
Some hard truths for Western politicians on Quebec, equalization and oil
As Quebec's equalization share is criticized again, here are some things worth remembering about how the federal program works.
Theresa May prepared for long haul on reworking Brexit draft
Britain's weakened prime minister, Theresa May, said Thursday she did not expect to secure a quick breakthrough in Brexit talks that would give her fractured party the reassurances needed to get her deal through Parliament.
SEEN & HEARD
A sign isn't literally a word: How a Deaf and hearing theatre group conquered language barriers
Our new series Seen & Heard follows the group as they learn to communicate clearly before putting on their adaptation of The Little Mermaid.
What to cook in December: easy & super festive ideas
What to cook in December: Holiday roasts, oysters, citrus, persimmons, gingerbread everything
The bestselling books in Canada: Dec. 2 to 8, 2018
Bestseller lists are based on using weekly sales from over 260 Canadian independent stores.
Mark Norman's defence team accuses Crown of holding back documents
The lawyer for the military’s former second-in-command accused the Crown today of deliberately withholding vital notes in the breach of trust case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.
Chinese detentions raise fears of Canadian business chill, rethink of travel plans
Escalating fears of retaliation after Canada detained a high-ranking Chinese business executive have prompted some Canadian business leaders to think twice before going to China on business.
Civil liberties group opposes naming impaired driving suspects
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association is taking issue with police forces "naming and shaming" people charged with impaired driving-related offences — a move Ottawa police say they're considering.
Enjoy these photos from the 2018 CBC Christmas Sing-In
Montreal's most popular Christmas concert is a feast for the eyes as well as the ears.
High school politics class secure $40K for youth centre for their N.W.T. community
Teenagers fed up with the effect drugs and alcohol are having on their community are affecting change themselves, successfully fighting for $40,000 and a youth centre in Fort Providence, N.W.T.
Regina man sentenced to 6 months for fatal hit-and-run
A 37-year-old Regina man has been sentenced to six months in jail after a fatal hit and run in 2017.
Botched handling of gangster refugee claimant exposes Canada's screening weaknesses
Canada's handling of a refugee claimant's case exposes cracks in our immigration screening process, an expert says.
Food Bank Drive
Amble with Angus
The 17th annual run in support of the CBC Calgary Food Bank Drive
Here & Now Feed NL Special LIVE
Your daily Here & Now newscast, but with special guests and on-location content for CBC Feed NL Day.
Days after being sued, FINA launches new swim series
FINA says it's launching a new series for elite swimmers, while being challenged by a privately-run rival competition and a class action suit by Olympic and world champions.
Former Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin's musical tribute to Vancouver
In this edition of the q Block Party, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Beverley McLachlin, shares the songs that remind her of Vancouver.
2 security guards injured in explosion at north Edmonton bank
Two security guards were injured Thursday during an explosion inside a bank in north Edmonton.
U by Kotex Sleek tampons recalled in Canada and U.S.
Kimberly-Clark announces a recall of regular absorbency U by Kotex Sleek Tampons after reports of they came apart while being removed from the body.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir on 20 years of skating and their most iconic performances
Olympic ice dancing champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir join guest host Ali Hassan to look back at their journey from being childhood skating partners to the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history.
Gone in 8 seconds: 'that's how quickly your bike can get stolen' in London
A new video shows just how quickly a London bicycle thief can cut through a lock and make off with a set of wheels.
Toronto, Vancouver most 'vulnerable' to interest rate hikes: CMHC
Canadians living in the country's two largest cities may find themselves more "vulnerable" to interest rate increases as personal debt levels in Toronto and Vancouver continue to hit record levels, warns a Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation report.