To understand Venezuela's future, look to the bond market, not politics and protests
Despite an economic crisis so severe that 2.3 million people have fled the country, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro isn't currently facing mass protests. Bond holders, however, are preparing to seize the country's oil assets.
(Live at 2:00 am ET) 2018 World Judo Championships on CBC: Men's -73kg, Women's -57kg - Preliminary Rounds 3
From he National Gymnastics Arena, Baku, Azerbaijan
'I grew up knowing what I was, was a conflict': Tommy Orange writes about challenges facing 'urban Indians'
In his debut novel, Tommy Orange reveals a world not often explored, the lives of "urban Indians." There, There is set in Oakland, California and is told from the perspective of multiple characters in short episodic chapters. Ultimately, the connections between the characters are revealed when they converge at the Big Oakland Powwow.
(Live at 2:00 am ET) 2018 World Judo Championships on CBC: Men's -73kg, Women's -57kg - Preliminary Rounds 2
From he National Gymnastics Arena, Baku, Azerbaijan
Local ranchers give land and cattle worth $44M to U of C vet school
The donation of a $44-million ranch will allow students at the University of Calgary's School of Veterinary Medicine to get out of the classroom and get their hands a little dirty.
Chat with our gardeners on Monday Sept. 24 at 12:30 p.m.
Are you ready to have the best garden on your block? Here's how: Ask an expert. Be part of our award-winning live chat with expert gardeners. Also listen to the call-in show with Ontario Today's Ed Lawrence. Call in by dialling 1-888-817-8995 on Monday.
Province announces plans to support accessibility law passed in 2017
Nova Scotia has announced the next steps to reach its goal of making the province more accessible for those with disabilities by 2030.
2018 Urban Research ISA World Surfing Games: Gold Medallist Santiago Muñiz
2018 Urban Research ISA World Surfing Games from Tahara, Japan
As legalization looms, pot dispensaries wrestle with whether to close now to go legit later
Marijuana entrepreneurs who've been selling the drug for years see a conundrum as legalization draws near — close up shop now and leave their customers in a lurch or stay open and face blacklisting once governments open the floodgates.
The Second Chance (Sneak Peek)
Ottawa Detective Bob Pulfer needs evidence to convict the man he believes murdered Louise Ellis, but to do so he must make an unorthodox decision to have civilian Marie Parent go undercover.
Pedestrian hurt, witnesses pepper-sprayed after carjacking in downtown Vancouver
The collision happened at the intersection of Hamilton and West Georgia streets just before 9 a.m. PT.
'I have low expectations': Ryan Hemsworth on staying grounded amid all the hype
The Halifax-born, Toronto-based DJ releases his third solo album, Elsewhere, this month.
CBC Music Top 20, Sept. 20: Hozier and Steven Page debut, Death Cab for Cutie is new at No. 1
Counting down the most popular tracks of the week on CBC Music.
High winds wreak havoc in Thunder Bay, tear off part of hospital roof
The west entrance to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre is closed after a piece of the roof blew off earlier today.
John Sauder: It's a little early to talk snow in southern Manitoba — or is it?
John Sauder, CBC's meteorologist in Manitoba, keeps track of weather moving across the province.
Story of the Horse: why humans & horses so perfect for each other
We built the world around us with horsepower. But horses weren’t always big & fast. At one time, they were tiny & vulnerable. And they didn’t gallop, they scampered. Watch now.
Dozens of Strathroy students stage walkout amid province-wide action
Dozens of high school students in Strathroy staged a walkout Friday as a part of wider protest by thousands of Ontario high school students reject recent controversial changes made by the Progressive Conservative government.
Beluga whales adopt lost narwhal in St. Lawrence River
The narwhal is hundreds of kilometres from where narwhals are usually found
22 weeks: Alberta premier will speak about additional Trans Mountain consultation
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley will speak at noon about the federal government's decision to hold another 22 weeks of consultation on the stalled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
Ottawa gives pipeline regulator 22 weeks to review Trans Mountain expansion project
The Liberal government is instructing the federal pipeline regulator to review the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to consider the project's impact on the marine environment.
First-degree murder suspect in east London shooting turns himself in
A suspect wanted for first-degree murder in a fatal east London, Ont. shooting turned himself into police headquarters Friday morning.
Dog bite sends 10-year-old girl to Calgary hospital
Calgary's Animal and Bylaw services describe the dog as a pit bull cross breed.
Windsor police receiving more calls for service, resources stretched
Calls for service have been going up, according to Windsor police chief, and they're reaching levels they haven't seen since the early 2000s.
Octopuses on ecstasy: The party drug leads to eight-armed hugs
Octopuses and humans respond very similarly to MDMA, the drug popularly known as ecstasy
The National Today
Theresa May discovers why standing out from the crowd sometimes doesn't pay
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Theresa May's is lashing back at the EU over sluggish brexit negotiations; a founder of March For Our Lives movement is leaving the gun control group; researchers get octopuses high on ecstasy