Schoenberg's Love Letter to Brahms, Webern's romantic side
Hear Arnold Schoenberg's love letter to Johannes Brahms: his colourful orchestration of Brahms piano quartet. Plus the romantic sound of Anton Webern, before he developed his trademark atonal style.
(Live at 3:00 am ET) 2019 Paracanoe World Cup on CBC
Watch the Paracanoe World Cup from the Malta Regatta Course in Poznan, Poland.
The argument FOR a new Food Show and AGAINST visiting Afghanistan.
It's enough already with the meat tenderizing says Graham Chittenden and comedian Tim Nutt humbly requests a little more training before he is taken into a war zone.
A squirrel is being blamed for an hours-long power outage in Toronto's east end
Power has been restored to most customers affected by an hours-long outage Thursday morning, but 350 residents are expected to remain in the dark well into the afternoon.
The loss of Owen Hart and the family, friends and fans who loved him
Twenty years ago, the wrestling world was in mourning after a tragic accident claimed the life of Owen Hart.
Students, staff at private school warned of possible measles exposure
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) has warned parents of students at a private school that their children may have been exposed to measles, the third case recorded in the city this year.
Steve Pearce leads Red Sox hit parade in rout of Blue Jays
Ryan Weber threw six strong innings and every Boston starter had at least one hit as the Red Sox clobbered the Toronto Blue Jays 8-2 on Thursday at Rogers Centre.
Woman reported missing in Yellowknife found
A woman reported missing in Yellowknife Thursday has been found.
CBC Here and Now
Every day around the province the Here and Now team pull out all the stops to cover your news and weather.
U of R appeal against Paralympian Miranda Biletski dismissed
The University of Regina's appeal against swimmer Miranda Biletski has been dismissed by Saskatchewan's Court of Appeal.
Go inside the Montreal house where gamers play, practise and live
Since February, members of the Montreal Rebellion esports team have been living and practising their craft in a six-bedroom house in Montreal's Ahuntsic-Cartierville neighbourhood.
Charges laid in human trafficking probe of 'modern-day slaves' in Barrie
Provincial police say four people have been charged in a human trafficking investigation that freed dozens of alleged "modern-day slaves" in Barrie, Ont., earlier this year.
Trudeau exonerates Chief Poundmaker, apologizes for conviction
Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason conviction to be wiped away. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did just that today.
Canada advances to semis with dramatic OT win over Switzerland
Mark Stone scored in overtime to give Canada a dramatic 3-2 win over Switzerland in the quarter-finals at the world hockey championship in Kosice, Slovakia, on Thursday. Canada's Damon Severson tied it with 0.4 seconds left in regulation on a goal that was confirmed by video review.
Integrity commissioner won't probe Lisa MacLeod's warning to behaviour analysts over autism program
Ontario's integrity commissioner says there are insufficient grounds to conduct an inquiry into the social services minister warning a group of behaviour analysts of consequences if they didn't support her new autism program.
Stettler County and developer clash over stop work order for controversial RV park
Stettler County has issued a stop work order on a controversial RV park on the shores of Buffalo Lake due to what it calls serious concerns over the health and safety of users and possible harm to the environment.
Ontario launches review of workplace safety insurance board
Ontario will be reviewing the agency that administers compensation for injured workers across the province.
Edmonton school bus crashes into retaining wall, injuring 11 students and driver
Twelve people were taken to hospital this morning after a school bus crashed into a retaining wall on one of Edmonton's busiest roads.
Confronting the Disinformation Age
Fake news. Foreign meddling. Fraud. Deliberate deception: the list goes on. And we consume all of it, sometimes not knowing the source or what is truth. What can we do to confront the epidemic of disinformation? A recent panel discussion presented at Simon Fraser University's Public Square Community Summit examines what can we do to confront the epidemic of disinformation?
Worker at CFB Edmonton school charged with sexual assault of student
A sexual assault charge has been laid against a contract maintenance worker in a school at Canadian Forces Base Edmonton.
Take 5: Latest Château Laurier addition design already under fire
The fifth — and possibly final — version of the controversial addition to Ottawa's iconic Château Laurier is now public, and while it's smaller in scale than what was originally proposed almost three years ago, it's unlikely to find many fans among those who've already criticized the modern design.
Auger-Aliassime advances, Shapovalov falls in quarters at Lyon Open
An inconsistent European clay-court stretch before the French Open ended in losing fashion for Canada's Denis Shapovalov on Thursday.
Trial of man charged in son's death begins in Inuvik
The trial of a man charged with manslaughter in the death of his son began Wednesday in an Inuvik courtroom, with the mother of the deceased giving her recollection of events that led to the death of Gary McDonald.
Vancouver News Update
News Update from CBC Vancouver
Police release photos of 2 suspects wanted for fatal stabbing of Carel Douse
The attack began inside a barbershop near the corner of King Street East and East Avenue North, according to investigators. They say Douse was then chased north on East Avenue by three male suspects to the front of a home where the stabbing continued.