How we got here: The wild ride to this year's Oscars
As the Oscar nominations approach, CBC's Eli Glasner runs down some of the awards season's winners and losers. Oscar nomination predictions: BlacKkKlansman and Roma lead while Widows trails
Lawsuit alleges racial discrimination led to 'utter lack of care' at clinic, hospitals
A woman is suing two city hospitals, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and staff at a Winnipeg medical clinic alleging racial discrimination led to a misdiagnosis of back pain that turned out to be a serious spine infection requiring part of her spine to be removed.
How a musical about residential schools aims to humanize trauma and foster healing
After a universally lauded run at the National Arts Centre, Children of God begins at the Segal Centre Jan. 20.
Winnipeg prof talks Netflix hit Tidying Up
Menno Simons College instructor Karen Ridd teaches a course on minimalism. She talked with Up to Speed host Ismaila Alfa about why Marie Kondo's Tidying Up has been such a massive hit.
We all know exercise is good for your health — so why isn't everyone doing it?: Opinion
Paqtnkek running club is 'building resilience' in its members
Nunavut's Quttinirpaaq National Park featured on new Canada Post stamp
Laurier student helps develop children's programming for Indigenous outreach centre
Facebook apologizes for removing posts selling sealskin products — again
Sask. folk singer who played with the greats helped connect Indigenous kids to their culture
Toronto News Update
Not just playing hooky: Teachers' union wants crackdown on chronic absenteeism
Community cycling hubs get things rolling for biking advocates in Scarborough
Book on Saskatoon organist's life captures complicated father-son relationship
When a government department messes up, should the minister take the fall?
Cape Breton weather network a labour of love for Dartmouth man
'Snow moles' rooting out poor conditions on city sidewalks
N.S. actor's comedy about medically assisted death makes it to New York
Union wants Canada Post to start low-income bank and green shift. Sounds nice, but who pays?
DNA ancestry tests, food waste and juice gets squeezed: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet