Legendary Toronto antiques collection going up for auction this weekend

The contents of Addison's, Inc. are up for auction two years after store founder Jim Addison's death.
Dog-Eared Reads

David Huebert and Nathan Ripley recommend 2 thrilling novels

Two up-and-coming writers talk about two classics: Frankenstein and The Talented Mr Ripley.

Watch Arkells perform 'Hand me Downs' at the 2019 Junos

The four-time Juno Award winners took the stage for a third year in a row.

Watch Bahamas perform 'Way With Words' at the 2019 Junos

This was the singer-songwriter's first-ever performance at the annual awards show.

Legendary Toronto antiques collection going up for auction this weekend

The contents of Addison's, Inc. are up for auction two years after store founder Jim Addison's death.

City defends process that awarded SNC-Lavalin LRT contract

City officials are defending the process that awarded SNC-Lavalin the contract to extend and maintain Ottawa's north-south Trillium Line, even though the Montreal-based company failed to meet the minimum technical threshold to win the light rail bid.

Police release description of man wanted for vicious random attack on senior

JPrimitivo Agustin was heading home from work Saturday on the Bloor subway line when police say he was assaulted by another passenger in an unprovoked attack.

This flight attendant was told it was safe to fly to Mexico — then she got detained by ICE

Dreamer Selene Saavedra Roman worked a shift from Houston to Mexico and back. When she got home, she was arrested and threatened with deportation.

Robert Mueller's report delivered to U.S. attorney general

U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller's report has been delivered to Attorney General William Barr.

Sanctioned: The Arrest of a Telecom Giant

CBC Vancouver's Stephen Quinn narrates this story of international intrigue and one woman's fight for liberty set against a dramatic battle to dominate the economies of the future.



U.S. bond yields just inverted — here's why that matters

One of the most closely watched predictors of a potential recession just yelped even louder. The signal lies within the bond market, where investors show how confident they are about the economy by their level of demand for U.S. government bonds.

Health ministry to add 1,157 long-term care beds across province

Minister of Health Christine Elliott says beds will be distributed among 16 long-term care facilities in Ontario. Announcement means half the beds promised by Ontario PCs are on the way.

Stylish and ambitious, but Boom X misses its mark in effort to dive deep into generation X

The latest from master impressionist Rick Miller makes a game effort to dive deep into the slacker generation, but feels like it’s stymied by the challenge of defining a generation that has neither the world-changing power of the boomers nor the sheer force of will that seems to define millennials.

Charlottetown Curling Club could be part of Simmons arena redevelopment, mayor says

Charlottetown Mayor Philip Brown says the city is open adding a curling rink in its plans to replace Simmons Arena.

Amanda Palmer tackles abortion, miscarriage and suicide on new 'unapologetically balls-out' feminist album

Singer, songwriter and provocateur Amanda Palmer talks about her personal new record and performs some stripped-down versions of her songs at the grand piano.

'It's about safety in our neighbourhoods'

Students at Bessie Nichols School protested for safer schools zones on Friday, two weeks after two of their classmates were hit by a school bus.

Billy Corgan embraces his true self on new solo album as William Patrick Corgan

Billy Corgan, singer of the famous '90s alt-rock band the Smashing Pumpkins, is releasing his second solo record under a new moniker: his real name, William Patrick Corgan.

Moncton private school for students with learning disabilities ends day school

A private school in Moncton that specializes in teaching children with learning disabilities is ending its day school program in September, citing a lack of support from the province.

Buckle up: Meet Canadians who are becoming better drivers

Getting behind the wheel is something most of us do every day - but how safe are we, really?

How I tried to stop my dad's road rage

Ann Lang has always found driving with her dad, Sheldon, stressful - and her mother has refused to get in the car with him. It's time for reinforcements.
As It Happens

Woman who can smell Parkinson's disease helps scientists develop early detection test

Joy Milne kept telling her late husband that he smelled musty. Six years later he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
Coming Up

Road to the Olympic Games: World figure skating championships

Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly program spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On this week's edition of the program, watch coverage of the world figure skating championships.

'A lot of sass': Bollywood drag night comes to Edmonton

"Welcome to the first Bollywood drag night in Edmonton!" host Lady Tenderflake told the audience Thursday, before a drag queen named Agnes took the stage to lip-synch in Hindi.
Sneak Peek

Escape the cubicle with Arlene, tonight at 8:30

Simon and Vanessa are ready to leave the cubicle lifestyle — and their successful careers — behind in order to become entrepreneurs. Arlene shows them three diverse businesses.