Leonard Cohen wrote a poem about Kanye West: 'I am the Kanye West Kanye West thinks he is'

"Kanye West is not Picasso; I am Picasso."

This crop circle of Beto O'Rourke is the size of two football fields

Kansas artist Stan Herd demonstrated his support for Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke in a way few others can: by enshrining his likeness in a giant crop circle in a Texas field.

This girl has inspired kids around the world to skip school & save the planet

Sweden's Greta Thunberg is making waves as kids around the world join her in the fight against climate change.

Rebuild or replace? MP says expect disruption on Alexandra Bridge either way

Whether the Alexandra Bridge is replaced or significantly rebuilt, Gatineau MP Steve MacKinnon says residents in the National Capital Region should prepare to live without it for some time.

U.S. Federal Reserve holds interest rates steady

The Federal Reserve is leaving its key interest rate unchanged and projecting no rate hikes in 2019, dramatically underscoring its plan to be "patient" about any further increases.

Saskatchewan budget 2019: How to follow CBC's coverage

CBC Saskatchewan will be home to all your budget coverage on March 20.

10 things you need to know about the 2018 Indigenous Music Awards

Watch the IMAs live on Friday, May 18, right here on CBC Music.

Police believe 16-year-old boy found injured on Regina sidewalk was shot

Regina police are investigating an apparent shooting after finding an injured 16-year-old boy Tuesday.

Full coverage of Saskatchewan's 2019-20 budget

CBC's full coverage of the 2019 Saskatchewan budget.

Drake breaks another Beatles record, shares sweet text from high school teacher

The Toronto rapper now has the most Billboard Hot 100 top 10 singles in one year.

Tory launches 'Vision Zero 2.0' with aim of lowering speed limits, making safer pedestrian crossings

Toronto Mayor John Tory announced the next phase of the city's Vision Zero plan on Wednesday, vowing to make the streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

Brantford says someone stole a 101-year-old plaque from the Bell telephone memorial

The City of Brantford is asking for help after a 101-year-old bronze plaque commemorating the invention of the telephone was stolen overnight. Police say city employees alerted them to the fact the plaque had been "forcefully removed" from the monument on Wednesday. In a post to Twitter, the city describes the memorial at the Bell Homestead National Historic Site as a "vital part of our unique heritage."

Accused Fredericton shooter Matthew Raymond will stand trial Sept. 30

The Fredericton man accused in the shooting deaths of two city police officers and two other citizens last summer will stand trial Sept. 30.

Mosque shooting vigil organizer hopes to expunge parking ticket fines

After high emotions at a Windsor vigil remembering lives lost in Christchurch, some vigil attendees returned to their vehicles to find a parking ticket.

Littering in Thunder Bay, Ont., 'a common theme around the city,' says StandUp4CleanUp founder

As the temperature warms up and the snow starts to melt, the founder of a community cleanup group in Thunder Bay, Ont., says it's evident that more needs to be done to keep the city clean and environmentally friendly.

MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes quits Liberal caucus

Whitby, Ont. MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes has quit the Liberal caucus and will sit as an independent. The PMO has denied her allegations that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau became angry and hostile with her when she informed him she was not seeking re-election.

Canada's Auger-Aliassime clinches berth in Miami Open main draw

Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime defeated Paolo Lorenzi of Italy 7-6 (1), 6-2 in the second and final round of qualifying for the Miami Open on Wednesday. As seeded players, fellow Canadians Denis Shapovalov and Milos Raonic received byes.

University, college students walk out of class to protest Ontario's funding changes

Students at colleges and universities across Ontario walked out of class Wednesday to protest against the government's changes to post-secondary funding, in what organizers called an escalation of student action against the plan.

Police remain at Sudbury school after social media threat

There will be an increased police presence at a Sudbury school after threats were posted on social media.

The super moon

The super moon rises tonight, coinciding with the spring equinox.

Our 10 favourite Canadian classical recordings of 2018

These recordings are representative of the breadth and strength of the classical music being created by Canadian musicians here and around the world.

Spring equinox marks the start of Nowruz, Persian New Year

A primer on traditions and symbolism around this time celebrated by Canadians of so many backgrounds.

Indigenous women 'overlooked' in federal budget, says NWAC president

The Native Women's Association of Canada says the federal budget fails Indigenous women for not providing dedicated funding for Indigenous women’s organizations.

When the river rises: Memories surface as another flood threatens southern Manitoba

Southern Manitoba could see its worst flood since 1997's "Flood of the Century" this spring, forcing many in the Red River Valley to once again make a choice: do they stay or do they go?

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships: Cameron/Carruthers vs. O'Connor/Abraham

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships from Fredericton, NB.