Severe weather is taking a toll on Canadian cities like Toronto, damaging infrastructure and forcing the city to rethink its planning
A fruit company with a Canadian connection hires people who've been impacted by Colombia's violence
B.C. premier signs on after receiving assurances B.C. won't pay higher carbon price than other provinces
Funding a major issue as premiers push on health transfer
The wives of three detained rights Chinese lawyers are demanding answers from authorities.
Anna Holligan reports on Geert Wilders' hate speech and what his conviction means for politics.
Canada needs a comprehensive system of universal drug coverage to eliminate variations between the provinces and territories, a citizen-driven panel looking at the idea of national pharmacare recommends
3-day event pays tribute to the Virgin Mary
HARDtalk is in Oslo to speak to President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia who says the Nobel peace prize he’s been awarded is ‘a gift from heaven.’
Featuring an uncanny turn by Natalie Portman and a stellar supporting cast, Jackie is a biopic that spotlights one momentous slice of history and mixes backroom drama into a stirring portrait of grief, says Eli Glasner.
The BBC's Duncan Kennedy investigates the work of self-styled paedophile hunter groups in the UK.
Ukraine police are investigating a man accused of cheating the state out of more than €100m. He denies all allegations.
The new European Council headquarters in Brussels, the Europa Building, has been unveiled.
Taiwan could become the first place in Asia to approve same-sex marriage.
Outgoing vice-president visits Justin Trudeau and signs guest book
Dad reached out to social media after child refused to drink, became ill
Already drawing Oscar buzz, Lion – based on the true story of an adopted orphan from India searching for his family – isn't perfect but undeniably tugs at your heartstrings, says CBC's Eli Glasner.
Fans of House of Cards or The West Wing will likely get a kick out of Miss Sloane, starring Jessica Chastain as an icy cool, take-no-prisoners lobbyist in the fight of her life, says Eli Glasner
A year ago they were refugees to Canada. Today the Nai Syrian Children's Choir performed at the House of Commons
Rex Murphy on the 'muddled, mindless mess' of the Liberals' electoral reform survey
U.S. VP was speaking at dinner in Ottawa
Former astronaut and U.S. senator John Glenn dies at age 95
Howard Bloom on U.S. patent office not registering Golden Knights as the name for the new Las Vegas NHL team
Ramona Pringle, director of the Transmedia Zone, Ryerson University, on Amazon's move into groceries
Mark Satov, strategy advisor and founder, Satov Consultants on some of the day's big topics