Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Playoffs - San Jose at St. Louis - Game 6

Watch the live stream of Hockey Night in Canada playoffs as the San Jose Sharks visit the St. Louis Blues at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Feud between Vietnamese TV station and community group escalates to death threat charge

A rift between a Toronto Vietnamese television station and one of the largest Vietnamese community associations in the GTA has escalated into a criminal charge and according to the station, a ban on it covering events in the local Vietnamese community.

Traditional Cowichan food knowledge passed down through generations

When Jared Qwustenuxun Williams was growing up he would often accompany his late grandmother as she gathered and prepared food in their Cowichan territories, BC. He recalled her teaching him one of the Cowichan methods for curing salmon, which included harvesting ferns and alderwood, and hanging the fish to dry with a salt rub.

Canadian delegation in China pushes for release of Spavor and Kovrig

A Canadian delegation is in China this week pushing for the release of the two Canadian men accused of spying, according to the foreign affairs minister.
In Conversation

Seth bids farewell to his 20-year comic epic Clyde Fans

Clyde Fans, a five-part series about two brothers and their faltering sales business, has been two decades in the making for Guelph, Ont.-based cartoonist Seth.

Expanded Saint John bio-bank would help cardiac research

Cardiac specialists and researchers hope an expanded Saint John bio-bank, where tissue and blood samples are stored after heart surgeries, will lead to a greater understanding of heart disease and heart failure. 

Refugee and immigrant radio show finishes 1st year with Atlantic Journalism Award

Radio RIAC celebrated its first anniversary on Saturday with affirmation of the work they've been doing and a goal to grow bigger.

Jailed Catalan separatists sworn in to Spanish parliament, then returned to prison

Jailed Catalan separatists, far-right lawmakers, a record number of women and the biggest socialist group in years held a rowdy opening session on Tuesday of a parliament that reflects Spain's divisions and diversity like no other in recent memory.

CBC News for IoT Video Platforms

CBC News for IoT Video Platforms

Missing Thompson man may be injured, RCMP say

Thompson RCMP are asking for help finding a missing man they say might be injured.

It's a decade of feast and famine as the family enters the turbulent 1910s

At the start of the decade, the family's servant Debbie is still doing all the cooking and cleaning.

Zebras, lions, kangaroos among exotic animals seized at Quebec zoo

Normand Trahan, owner of the St-Édouard Zoo in central Quebec, is facing criminal charges after roughly 100 animals were seized at the facility.

Trudeau on China

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke to reporters in Sept-Iles on Monday

Thunder Bay News Update

News Update from CBC Thunder Bay

From city slicker to farm girl: Switching careers to run the family farm

Two years ago Anne Hill quit her job as a community outreach librarian in Calgary to take over her parents' farm near Waldeck, Saskatchewan.

Charges in fatal crash threaten to tear hockey-loving Ontario town apart

The court case of a former bar server charged after four teen hockey players were involved in a deadly single-vehicle crash two years ago is dividing the traditionally tight-knit community of Renfrew, Ont., with locals taking sides in the potentially "precedent-setting" case.

Northern Alberta wildfire ranked at highest danger level; conditions expected to worsen

An out-of-control wildfire burning near a town in northwestern Alberta is rated at the highest possible danger level and the dry, windy weather means the danger is expected to increase this week, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said Tuesday.

Robert Plant, Leon Bridges headline this year's CityFolk festival

A neo-soul star, a country-rock legend, a trio of 1990s alternative powerhouses and the frontman for Led Zeppelin are the headliners for the 2019 edition of CityFolk.

Windsor News Update

News Update from CBC Windsor

Mâu thuẫn giữa đài truyền hình Việt Nam tại địa phương và hội cộng đồng dẫn đến buộc tội đe dọa giết người

Một mối bất hòa giữa một đài truyền hình Việt Nam tại Toronto và một trong những nhóm hội cộng đồng Việt Nam lớn nhất tại GTA đã dẫn đến sự việc một người trong cộng đồng này bị buộc tội đe dọa giết người và theo đài truyền hình này, đài bị cấm đưa tin về các sự kiện trong cộng đồng người Việt tại địa phương.

Be the North: The Toronto Raptors who have embraced life in Canada

They're just like us? The super-tall, super-skilled millionaire members of the Toronto Raptors?

Sudbury mom planning fundraiser for Sick Kids Hospital

A Sudbury woman who watched her baby live its first four months in Toronto’s Sick Kids Hospital is now ready to give back to the place that helped her through the tumultuous time.

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's U.K. restaurant chain collapses into insolvency

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's British restaurant chain filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday, partly due to increased competition and escalating rents in local commercial districts.

'I'm going to win or I'm going to die': Sask. woman dropped in the far north for reality survival show

For one Sask. woman, competing in a reality TV show set in the Northwest Territories was the ultimate test of her survival skills.

Documentary on Dutch cycling culture offers lessons for Waterloo region

A screening of the 2017 Dutch documentary Why We Cycle is being held in Kitchener on Tuesday. The film takes a closer look at the effects of cycling on people, communities and cities.