Marvel's Black Panther has arrived to critical acclaim, but artistic merit aside, for lots of black youth it's much more than a superhero movie. CBC News followed a group of teenagers who won a screening to Black Panther to find out what the movie means to them and the lessons they learned from
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's bride to be, is making style choices that are giving Canadian designers a big boost. Since Markle stepped into the global spotlight her style has come under heavy scrutiny — and all that attention means big business for the Canadian brands she's choosing to wear
It was an emotional day in court with several outbursts during the trial of Raymond Cormier, who is accused of second-degree murder in the death of Tina Fontaine. Her family found it difficult to hold back their emotions, swearing at Cormier multiple times and forcing the judge to temporarily clear out
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have taken the world by storm with their ice dancing skills and on-ice chemistry, making them Canada's biggest couple — only they say they aren't actually a couple. CBC News spoke to Virtue and Moir to find out if their on-ice romance extends past competition or if
With war still raging in Syria, the country's body count rises every day. In some Syrian neighbourhoods doctors are calling the death and destruction a massacre. Women, children and hospitals haven't been spared in the violence
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's trip to India is starting the show signs of progress, following meetings with some of the country's top business leaders. It came on the heels of a big job announcement aimed at strengthening economic ties between Canada and India — ties that may still be a ways
Photographer Stephen Wilkes shoots more than 1,500 images of a scene and then blends them into a single photograph in his series Day to Night. The BBC caught up with him at the National Geographic Museum in Washington DC. Edited by Joni Mazer-Field, produced by Mat Morrison
Speaking at a White House event on Tuesday, President Trump said he had directed the Department of Justice to propose a law to make the accessories illegal.
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba calls Chinese city Hangzhou, home. The halo effect of the company's runaway success has given Hangzhou growing confidence in asserting its identity as a global technology capital.Reported by Robin Brant; Filmed by Curtis Rodda; Produced by Pamela Parker
Relatives of passengers on board the missing plane that crashed in Iran are questioning the rescue efforts. All 66 people on the flight are feared dead. This footage was posted to social media. The BBC has not been able to verify the claims.
HQ Trivia is the latest internet phenomenon that offers contestants a chance at riches — all you have to do is answer 12 progressively harder trivia questions. Launched last August, HQ Trivia and its host, Scott Rogowsky, have become stars. CBC News had the chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at how
The Olympics are all about the glory and medals to many people, but for others, the stories of Olympians with less fanfare are much more compelling. CBC News profiles the athletes who often compete with no expectations of a medal — and that's just fine with them
Giving birth in Canada can be more difficult for women in rural areas, often because they have to travel much farther to deliver in a hospital. It's the consequence of a move to centralize healthcare, and it can have an impact on the baby's health. Experts say research shows that any time a woman
The flu has hit kids unusually hard this season — it's due in large part to two influenza strains circulating in Canada at the same time. It's become such a big problem in Canada that emergency rooms across the country have been overwhelmed by patients
Poland's recently introduced legislation to minimize the country's role in the Holocaust is facing fierce backlash in Israel, where the Polish embassy was spraypainted with two swastikas. The graffiti is likely a response to a law that was passed in Poland earlier in February saying it's
There are suggestions that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may be getting snubbed by India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Trudeau's trip to India was supposed to highlight the growing economic ties between the two countries but it has been light on political meetings so far. Indian officials are