Noise pollution: What you need to know about the carbon footprint of streaming music
It turns out your mother may have been right about your music after all.
Watch women's World Rugby Sevens: Japan
Watch action from the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in Japan, including Team Canada's semifinal match against the United States.
4 teens dead after car flipped in Miramichi
Four teenagers died in a car accident Saturday night in Miramichi after the vehicle they were in left the road and flipped, ending upside down in deep water.
Last-play Landry: Canada wins Japan 7s title in thrilling finish
A thrilling end to the Cup final at the HSBC Women's Sevens Series event in Kitakyushu, Japan will see an undefeated Canadian squad come home with the trophy. Captain Ghislaine Landry scored the winning try on the final play of the match and added the conversion to seal the 7-5 victory over England.
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CBC News for IoT Video Platforms
Ontario cuts conservation authority funding for flood programs
Conservation Ontario, which represents the province's 36 conservation authorities, said impacts of the cuts will be felt immediately, particularly in smaller and more rural areas.
CBC Radio Weekend Mornings April 21st 7-8
Bill, Shaun and Greg wonder if Emma got lost looking to interview the Easter Bunny
Explosions at Sri Lankan churches, hotels kill at least 138
At least 138 people have been killed in a series of near-simultaneous explosions at three churches and three luxury hotels frequented by tourists in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.
Hugh Brody nailed white-Inuit relations in 1975 book — little has changed since
Sara Minogue reviews Hugh Brody's book The People's Land, from 1975, comparing it to a more modern publication — a recent Facebook post that went viral, titled 'Dear white people.'
'Shopping pre-loved' gaining ground as an antidote to fast fashion and a way to reduce waste
Thrift and consignment store shopping isn't just a way to save a little money — it's also become an antidote to the "fast fashion" that's taking a toll on the planet, says a business owner who helps people find "pre-loved" fashions.
What they ate in P.E.I.'s Bygone Days
With spring in the air, a fresh Bygone Days column has stories of food, from Islanders named for plants — like Violet, Pansy and Herb.
Veterinarian reminds pet owners about toxic substances
Many dog owners know to keep chocolate away from their pups, especially on Easter weekend when chocolate eggs can be hidden everywhere. However, it's not just chocolate that your furry pets should stay away from.
Point of View
Faith and festivities: Christians can honour Easter's significance and enjoy non-religious celebrations
On Easter Sunday, many people ask the question: is it possible to honour the holiday's religious significance, and also participate in non-religious celebrations like Easter egg hunts? Winnipeg pastor Todd Poirier says yes, and they should.
Calgary News Update
News Update from CBC Calgary
Edmonton News Update
News Update from CBC Edmonton
Fredericton, Maugerville, Jemseg surpass flood stage
The capital city exceeded the flood stage Saturday, joined by Maugerville, Jemseg, Sheffield and Lakeville Corner.
Montreal News Update
News Update from CBC Montreal
Man killed in Oakwood Village shooting overnight
Callers reported hearing the sound of gun fire around 2:50 a.m. in the area of Vaughan Road and Glenora Avenue.
Public libraries left alone in the proposed budget — but here's why that's not as good as it sounds
Same ol' operating budget, same ol' problems, writes Stephanie Tobin.
April 20: Aparita Bhandari on the recent changes in Bollywood
Ahead of Indian film singers Sonu Nigam & Neha Kakkar's performance in Hamilton on April 28, a conversation about the evolution of Bollywood and its stars. Aparita Bhandari is an arts journalist and the co-host of the Hindi language podcast, Khabardaar.
6 months out: Here's who we know is running locally in the federal election
Three of the four major parties already have their candidates in place for the 2019 federal election, scheduled for six months from Sunday. Here’s a list of who we know is already running.
Island women are embracing their grey hair
Women of all ages are embracing grey hair. Some want to ditch the tyranny of dyeing to cover up grey, while others of all ages are choosing greys and silvers as a colour.
Friends, bonding and a lot of grease at women's snowmobile repair course
The next time Megan Pizzo-Lyall’s snow machine breaks down while out on the land, she’ll know how to get her machine back up and running again thanks to a small engine repair course in Rankin Inlet.
Dad saved toddler from dingo attack in Australia, say rescuers
Rescue personnel say a man fought off several dingoes to save his 14-month-old son from one of the wild dogs that was dragging the boy from their camper van on an Australian island.
'By shopping pre-loved, it's a way to reduce that waste'
Thrift and consignment store shopping used to be something you'd never admit to in public, but sustainable shopping is becoming an antidote to 'fast-fashion' that's putting a toll on the planet.