Kenyan-style grilled meat
Chef Liberato Obi Tewa of Britannia's Jambo Restaurant shares his recipe for nyama choma.
Steel yourself, Canada: Tariff deal falls short of 'a full lift'
The agreement to end steel and aluminum tariffs points to where the Trump administration's protectionism may head next - and it's not really a return to a North American free trade zone for steel and aluminum products.
Historic Tuscarora beaded whimsies delight collectors, inspire modern artists
Grant Jonathan has collected more than 2,100 pieces of historical beadwork, once sold as souvenirs at Niagara Falls, as a way to admire, revitalize and repatriate the intricate works of art.
Food insecurity in Nunavut and plastic surgeon removes cameras: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including a plastic surgeon who was told to remove cameras from his consultation rooms and rising food insecurity in Nunavut.
Researchers are using artificial intelligence to help predict the next wildfire
As wildfires become more intense due to changing weather patterns, researchers including University of Alberta professor Mike Flannigan are using artificial intelligence to predict where they'll strike next.
For this deer whisperer, the wild herd is family
Brantford's Wayne Etmanski has spent years living in the woods with white-tailed deer. His hope is to co-exist and befriend the herd.
Glue traps are heinously cruel. Retailers should be banned from selling them
Regardless of arbitrary social classifications of "pet" and "pest," no animal deserves to suffer in such a way.
Walking without pain: How a new surgical procedure is giving hope to some amputees
Jason Simunic is one of a handful of Canadian amputees who have undergone osseointegration surgery — a technique that's growing in popularity around the world.
'We're getting the results': Michigan project seeks justice for LGBTQ victims of hate
A Michigan group that works with police and the justice system to advocate for victims of violence targeted because of their sexual orientation or gender identity has taken on new resonance north of the border in the wake of the Bruce McArthur case, which brought to light gaps in relations between the LGBTQ community and police.
CHEO spreading the word about its kid-focused hospital menu
CHEO has long made a link between the well-being of its patients and the food it offers children on a menu to choose for themselves, and got a chance to brag about its food philosophy at a conference in Toronto earlier this month.
One step closer to a peaceful death in Kingston
For five years, Kingston, Ont., residents have worked to build a hospice in the city — the largest Ontario municipality without a dedicated residential space for the dying. A recent $500,000 donation from the city makes that project one step closer to fruition.
Liberal government looks to extend Commons hours with time running out to pass key bills
The federal Liberal government will ask MPs to extend sitting hours in the House of Commons for the rest of the parliamentary session — the last before a fall election — to pass a lengthy list of government bills in relatively short order.
Surgeon transforms amputees' mobility by melding bone and metal
An Iraqi-born doctor who is now an orthopedic surgeon in Australia has revolutionized prosthetics for amputees. It's called osseointegration, a surgical procedure where a titanium rod-like implant is inserted directly into the bone of a patient's residual limb, then connected to a state-of-the-art prosthetic.
'It's a heavy load': Former prison babies demand apology, recognition
Robert Burke, now 68, was born inside the notorious Andrew Mercer Reformatory in Toronto. He says he still suffers from nightmares.
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Watch the ICF Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup from Poland
Watch some of best canoe and kayak athletes compete at the Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup in Poland.
Watch men's World Rugby Sevens: London
Watch action from the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in London, including Canada's Cup quarter-final match against the United States.
Resilient Raptors rally past Bucks to reach 1st NBA Finals in franchise history
The Toronto Raptors advanced to the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history after defeating the Milwaukee Bucks 100-94 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals on Saturday. Toronto won the series 4-2.
Kyle Lowry on reaching NBA Finals: 'I'm not satisfied'
Kyle Lowry spoke to the media after advancing to the NBA Finals for the 1st time in his career.
Toronto sports fans in a frenzy as Raptors reach NBA Finals
The Toronto Raptors finally did it — they're heading to the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history. They beat the Milwaukee Bucks four-straight times, including Saturday's Game 6, to clinch the Eastern Conference Finals. The 100-94 victory sent Toronto sports fans into a jubilant frenzy.
Kawhi Leonard on his success in Toronto: 'I bought into their system'
After advancing to the NBA finals, Leonard touched on the importance of the Raptors system and how Kyle Lowry helped push him forward.
Washington First Nations oppose Canadian shipping terminal plan
Members of the Lummi Nation, Swinomish, Suquamish and Tulalip Tribes speak at Canadian review panel hearing on the proposed Roberts Bank terminal in Delta, B.C.
Game Wrap: Raptors advance to 1st NBA finals in franchise history
Kawhi Leonard was magical in Game 6, finishing with 27 points and 17 boards as the Raptors beat the Bucks 100-94 to reach the NBA Finals for the 1st time in franchise history.
On the golf course, Trump nudges Japan over trade during state visit
U.S. President Donald Trump kicked off the second day of a Japan visit on Sunday with a round of golf with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, engaging in personal diplomacy aimed at smoothing tough discussions over differences on trade.