Political parody and comedy have played an increasingly important roles in the public dialogue during the Trump administration's time in office. With no shortage of content available, one group is trying a fresh way to take on tough political topics: parody with puppets
Giller Prize nominee Michelle Winter's story isn't one of overnight success. In fact, her shortlisted book I am a Truck almost didn't even get published. Her debut novel took 10 years to write, making its success an even bigger surprise to Winter.
For the over 350,000 Canadians who identify as deaf, a concert is something that can be difficult to experience. It has long been an issue in Canada for those who want to go to see big events and are calling for more inclusion. Fortunately their concerns have finally gotten some attention; when music
NAFTA negotiations have resumed in Mexico and this round is doing little to provide optimism on a deal getting done. The updated list of trade objectives released by U.S. negotiators includes positions both Canada and Mexico have said they wouldn't support. It's not just the trade partners that
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe made his first public appearance following a military coup. For the past few days Mugabe has been under house arrest, left to watch as more people add their voice to those clamouring for his removal
The federal government has announced new plans to fight the impact of guns and gangs in Canada. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says stopping the flow of illegal weapons into the hands of criminals it the top priority
Mudbound actors Rob Morgan, Garrett Hedlund and filmmaker Dee Rees on making the film festival favourite, adapted from a book by Hillary Jordan.
The longtime Jeopardy host talks to CBC News about receiving one of Canada's highest civilian honours, going home to Sudbury, Ont., and discovering a crack in his Walk of Fame star