Uncover: The Village
Season 3 of Uncover explores the cases of missing and murdered men in Toronto's gay community, dating back to the 1970s. What social forces allowed these cases to go unsolved, or even unnoticed?
Sarah Moss on Brexit, borders and the ghosts of England's Iron Age
The British author and academic spoke with Eleanor Wachtel about why, throughout history, society seems to find a scapegoat to abuse and blame.
British PM warns of possibly indefinite delay to Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May makes a last-minute push to win support for her European Union divorce deal, warning opponents that failure to approve it would mean a long — and possibly indefinite — delay to Brexit.
This family of five lives in a laundry room, a sign of Nunavut's housing crisis
Brenda Maniapik and her children are among the thousands of Nunavut residents living in overcrowded conditions.
'It belongs on House of Cards': political rivals question Kenney's credibility after document leak
Alberta's Deputy Premier Sarah Hoffman and Premier Rachel Notley both accused United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney of lying and questioned his ability to lead the province one day after CBC News obtained documents showing cooperation between the Kenney and Jeff Callaway campaigns during the 2017 UCP leadership race.
Trudeau appoints Joyce Murray as Treasury Board president
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has appointed Joyce Murray as Treasury Board president, filling the vacancy left by the abrupt resignation of Jane Philpott.
The making of a pop icon: Remembering Whitney Houston
On the six-year anniversary of Whitney Houston's death, Marvin's Room looks back on the singer's rise to fame.
Eager for a rental, a Torontonian is selling himself as the 'Best Tenant Ever'
Advertising his great credit and references, plus his beard, a 30-year-old would-be renter is hoping a personal website will help him land an apartment amid Toronto's housing crunch.
Owner devastated as Deer Lake thrift shop destroyed by fire
Nicole's Hidden Treasures, a dream for its owner, has been reduced to ashes.
Vehicle stolen at gunpoint in Saskatoon
People who are suspected of stealing a vehicle while threatening the driver at gunpoint are still on the run after police stood down from a chase in Saskatoon on Sunday night.
Unreserved celebrates Indigenous music at the Juno Awards
With the Juno Awards being handed out March 17, it seemed like the perfect time to hear from all the Indigenous musicians nominated this year.
Point of View
'Love for All, Hatred for None': What an Imam learned visiting 50 Sask. First Nations in 2 years
Three years ago I was one of many Canadians who have never stepped foot on a First Nations reserve. Now I have visited more than 50 different First Nations across this province.
There's nothing funny about the economic effects of Brexit: Don Pittis
A study by U.S. and British scholars proves Brexit uncertainty is slowly murdering the British economy. So why are those crazy Brits still laughing?
Junos 2019: Highlights from the biggest night in Canadian music
Shawn Mendes, Arkells and Jessie Reyez all picked up prizes, while Sarah McLachlan and Corey Hart brought the house down with their electric performances.
OPP use naloxone to save woman's life twice in 1 day
Ontario Provincial Police are extolling the virtues of the opioid antidote naloxone after using it to save a woman’s life when she overdosed twice in 24 hours over the weekend.
Murray asked if she will support PM on TMX expansion
Newly sworn-in President of Treasury Board Joyce Murray is asked whether, as a Cabinet member, she will support the TMX expansion, a project she opposed as an MP.
Armed robbery a 1st in 130 years, says Flynn's Store owner
Societal problems are "turning a lot of our citizens into two-legged rats," says Harold Flynn.
Listen to a Marvin's Room tribute to Aretha Franklin
Marvin's Room is the home of R&B on CBC
Stronger action urged against homeopathic products touted as alternatives to vaccines
Health Canada's recent warning that homeopathic remedies are not an alternative to vaccines doesn't go far enough to prevent the damage the products could do as the country fights off a resurgence of measles, doctors and health policy experts say.
'Urban Iroquois' photographer Jeff Thomas feels he's finally kept the promise he made 40 years ago
'If I was able to walk out, I would dedicate myself to producing something relevant to the Indigenous community,' the photographer vowed 40 years ago from his hospital bed.
Highway 10 closed in one direction in Granby area after diesel spill
Highway 10 is closed in both directions Monday morning in Quebec's Granby area after a heavy truck crashed and spilled some 400 litres of diesel fuel onto the busy roadway.
Edmonton vigil mourns the victims of Ethiopian Airlines, Christchurch tragedies
Multiple community-based organizations in Edmonton rallied together to host a vigil Sunday commemorating the victims of two recent tragedies.
5 takeaways from the N.W.T. stolen laptop health data breach documents
Here's a summary of some key findings from CBC's stolen laptop files series.
Fall 2018 preview: 16 albums you need to hear
From Shad to Ryan Hemsworth to Ralph to Metric, here's our list of albums to watch for this fall.
Arkells give Juno speech time to Jeremy Dutcher for stirring reconciliation speech
Wolostoq singer-songwriter Jeremy Dutcher got a second chance to finish a moving speech about reconciliation at the Juno Awards this weekend, after Hamilton rock band Arkells gave up its speech time to him after winning rock album of the year.