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Protests against N.L. budget
Apr 29, 2016 - 7:37 AM EDT Demonstrators are marching on Confederation Building in St. John's on Friday, while demonstrations are planned in other locations
Judge rules on N.B. Liquor Act charge
Apr 29, 2016
Vigil for Quinn Butt
Apr 28, 2016 - 3:56 PM EDT A vigil will be held Thursday night in the memory of Quinn Butt, 5, whose body was recovered from a house fire in Carbonear on Sunday.
Day 2: Darrell Ian Brewer trial continues
Apr 28, 2016 - 9:29 AM EDT Impaired driving trial continues for suspended Fredericton police officer
Tony: Back from the Brink: CBC North's Hilary Bird tweets live from Indigenous justice forum in Yellowknife
Apr 28, 2016 CBC North is hosting a screening of the powerful documentary Tony: Back from the Brink Wednesday night in Yellowknife. After the screening, we'll be hosting a forum on Indigenous justice with healers, activists, and advocates from both inside and outside the justice system.
CBC Forum: Islamophobia and young Canadian Muslims Apr 27, 2016
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5 state primaries: Results, updates and analysis
Apr 26, 2016 Another Tuesday, another set of U.S. primaries. This time, voters in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island are at the polls. Follow our live blog for analysis, behind-the-scenes updates and up-to-the-minute results.
Drug-trafficking trial continues Apr 26, 2016 - 8:50 AM EDT The trial of Shane Williams and Joshua Kindred on numerous drug-related charges is continuing in Saint John.
Traffic safety Q & A at PWC Apr 26, 2016 CBC's Jeremy Eaton and members of the RNC will field questions from students at Prince of Wales Collegiate Tuesday morning.
Kinew James inquest Apr 25, 2016
James Duncan Keats sentencing Apr 25, 2016 CBC News brings you the latest from the James Duncan Keats sentencing.
Mike Duffy trial: Day 63
Apr 21, 2016 Justice Charles Vaillancourt delivers ruling in the Mike Duffy trial. The P.E.I. Senator faces 31 criminal charges for fraud, breach of trust and bribery.
Operation J-Tornado trial Apr 20, 2016
N.L.'s 2016 Budget Apr 20, 2016 - 9:21 AM EDT Tax-hikes, new fees and a lot of worry has come with the Liberals' first budget since taking office last fall. Join in on the conversation from 11 a.m. to noon.
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Andrea Giesbrecht trial Apr 22, 2016 Live updates from the CBC's Caroline Barghout on the trial of Andrea Giesbrecht, a Winnipeg woman accused of concealing infant remains.
What do you think of the government's proposed law on assisted death?
Apr 17, 2016 The Liberal government has introduced a bill with rules on how physicians can help end the lives of terminally ill patients. Some say it goes too far, while others say not far enough. What do you think?
East Coast Music Week
Apr 16, 2016 CBC reporters Anjuli Patil and Elizabeth McMillan are on the ground in Sydney at East Coast Music Week.
East Coast Music Week in Sydney, N.S.
Apr 17, 2016 The co-hosts of the East Coast Music Awards this year are Cape Breton's own Heather Rankin and Ashley MacIsaac, and performers include Ben Caplan, Christina Martin, City Natives, Fortunate Ones, Hey Rosetta!, Jenn Grant, Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy, Neon Dreams and Raphaël Butler.
Marlene Bird attacker Leslie Black to try and withdraw guilty plea today Apr 13, 2016
Thomas Barrett Parole eligibility Apr 13, 2016 CBC News brings you the latest from the parole eligibility hearing of Thomas Barrett.
Sentencing hearing for G20 officer who ordered mass arrests begins Apr 14, 2016 - 10:00 AM EDT A sentencing hearing for the highest ranking officer involved in the massive civil liberties breach that stained the chaotic G20 summit six years ago is set to begin Wednesday.
City council to vote on Uber legalization
Apr 13, 2016 Follow CBC reporters Joanne Chianello and Chloe Fedio as they live tweet from Ottawa City Council for what is expected to be a lively debate on the future of the taxi industry.
Manitoba Leaders' Debate
Apr 12, 2016 A live blog on the Manitoba leaders' debate.
Which great Canadian women deserve to be on our currency?
Apr 15, 2016 The Bank of Canada is seeking nominations for important women to display on new bank notes. Nominations close April 15. Who would you suggest? Who are the great women in Canadian history whose faces deserve to be on your money?
NDP convention in Edmonton
Apr 10, 2016 Federal New Democrats are gathering in Edmonton this weekend for a policy convention, speeches and a vote on Tom Mulcair's leadership.
CBC Forum: How much should parents be able to find out about teacher discipline? Apr 7, 2016 A Marketplace investigation into how provinces handle teacher discipline suggests decisions are often kept secret, can take years to resolve and that credentials are rarely revoked. What do you think? How much should parents be able to find out about teacher discipline?
Brandon Chamber of Commerce debate
Apr 7, 2016 Live updates from the CBC's Chris Glover at the Brandon Chamber of Commerce, featuring Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari, PC Leader Brian Pallister and NDP Leader Greg Selinger.
Manitoba Votes 2016 Apr 20, 2016 Manitoba election night live chat
CBC Forum: What should be done about offshore tax havens? Apr 4, 2016 Governments around the world are investigating possible wrongdoing by politicians, billionaires and other powerful people after a huge leak of documents from a Panamanian law firm that specialized in setting up offshore companies. What should be done about offshore tax havens?
Are you happy about the price and speed of your internet service? Apr 3, 2016 It depends on where you live, but many Canadians say their internet service is too pricey and too slow. A national review on internet access hears complaints from Canadians about dismal digital services around the country. What do you think? Are you happy about the price and speed of your internet service?
CBC Forum: How should the NDP change? Apr 2, 2016 The NDP's post-mortem of its 2015 election campaign concluded the party's offer last year "was out of sync with Canadians' desire for a dramatic break" from Stephen Harper's Conservatives. Meanwhile, the party's president says the NDP is 'too white'. What do you think? How should the NDP change?
CBC Forum: What's the world's best defence against nuclear weapons? Apr 1, 2016 Leaders from more than 50 countries, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, are meeting in Washington D.C. for a Nuclear Security Summit meant to keep the most devastating weapons out of the reach of would-be attackers. What's the world's best defence against nuclear weapons?
CBC Manitoba Election Forum: Environment
Apr 1, 2016 Four candidates from Manitoba's major political parties will debate issues related to the environment.
CBC Forum: Is it finally time for the electric car? Apr 1, 2016 Tesla Motors gave a sneak preview of its Model 3 sedan on Thursday, with CEO Elon Musk saying the vehicle will go into production in 2017 at a starting price of $35,000 US. Do you think the time is now right for the rise of the electric car?
CBC Forum: When should journalists turn over info to the police? Mar 31, 2016 A judge has ordered a reporter to give the RCMP his communications with a man police have alleged is an ISIS fighter and charged with terrorism-related offences. When should journalists turn over info to the government?
CBC Manitoba Election Forum: Jobs and the Economy
Mar 31, 2016 Four of Manitoba's provincial election candidates discuss issues related to jobs and the economy, as well as take your questions.
Copy of The Tim Bosma trial: March 31 Mar 31, 2016
CBC Forum: Would you prefer to watch hockey without fighting? Mar 31, 2016 A series of emails from 2011 between NHL executives have revealed a league struggling to figure out the future of fighting amid mounting concern over concussions and addictions. They have also given new ammunition to critics who say fighting should be banned outright from the game. Would you like to see fighting gone from the NHL?
The Tim Bosma trial: March 31
Mar 31, 2016 Follow along from inside the courtroom with reporter Adam Carter.
Celebration of Rob Ford's life in Etobicoke Mar 30, 2016 Follow our live blog of the public celebration of Rob Ford's life hosted by his family.
Police in North Central Regina
Mar 30, 2016 There is a heavy police presence in Regina's North Central area.
CBC Forum: Should politicians weigh in on court cases? Mar 30, 2016 Jian Ghomeshi's lawyer Marie Henein has criticized NDP Leader Tom Mulcair for tweeting #IBelieveSurvivors in response to the former radio host's first sexual assault trial. Should politicians weigh in on court cases?
CBC Manitoba Election Forum: Infrastructure
Mar 30, 2016 Four of Manitoba's provincial election candidates discuss issues related to infrastructure and take your questions.
Why the backlash against 'political correctness'? Mar 30, 2016 Supporters of Donald Trump will often explain their enthusiasm for the Republican candidate for president by saying "he's not politically correct!" But what does that mean? Given that, as Neil Macdonald writes, "political correctness is often just early-onset politeness," why is there a backlash against "PC"?
Rob Ford's funeral procession
Mar 30, 2016 Former mayor Rob Ford will be laid to rest Wednesday afternoon. Find photos and updates from the procession in our live blog below.
CBC Forum: Do you agree with the sentence given to Marco Muzzo? Mar 29, 2016 Impaired driver Marco Muzzo was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Tuesday, following the Vaughan, Ont., crash that killed four members of a family. Do you agree with the sentence? Weigh in via our CBC Forum discussion.
CBC Manitoba Election Forum: Education
Mar 29, 2016 Four of Manitoba's provincial election candidates discuss issues related to education and take your questions.
CBC Forum: What does the FBI iPhone hack mean? Mar 29, 2016 The U.S. Justice Department has withdrawn its legal action against Apple to unlock the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter, because the FBI managed to hack into it without Apple's help. The story raises a host of legal, technical and consumer questions. What do you make of the news that the FBI hacked into an iPhone?
CBC Manitoba Election Forum: Health care
Mar 28, 2016 Three of Manitoba's provincial election candidates discuss issues related to health care and take your questions.
CBC Forum: How do we fix municipal transit in Canada? Mar 28, 2016 Nearly $3.4 billion was put aside for public transit in last week's federal budget. Tell us what you think in today's CBC Forum: How do we fix municipal transit in Canada?
CBC Forum: Are you optimistic or fearful about Canada and the world?
Mar 27, 2016 It was a busy news week, with a new Liberal budget, the death of Rob Ford, the first sexual assault trial of Jian Ghomeshi, terrorism in multiple countries and U.S. President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba. Are you optimistic or fearful about Canada and the world?
CBC Forum: What's the best way forward for Canadian health care? Mar 26, 2016 Health Minister Jane Philpott says she's working "every day" with her provincial counterparts on a long-term health accord. What's the best way forward for Canadian health care?
CBC Forum: What's a fair wage for a government employee? Mar 25, 2016
CBC Forum: What is the price of public shaming? Mar 24, 2016 A video of a woman who pitched two cups of coffee at a man when he confronted her for parking in a disabled parking spot outside a Tim Hortons went viral earlier this week, drawing outrage and hateful condemnations from around the world. We all make mistakes. But should we be ridiculed for them online? Weigh in via CBC Forum.
Fredericton YMCA hidden camera trial Mar 24, 2016 Final arguments in the trial of ex-staffer Hugh James Clifford Croll, who is charged with voyeurism, are being presented in provincial court on Thursday.
Andre Denny sentencing in death of Raymond Taavel
Mar 24, 2016 Andre Noel Denny pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of prominent gay rights activist Raymond Taavel.
CBC Forum: Is spending or austerity the best way to economic prosperity? Mar 24, 2016 Canada has abruptly switched sides in one of the perennial political and economic battles over how to restart a sagging economy. This debate is by no means solely a Canadian argument. Countries from China and Japan, to Greece and Ireland have taken different views on the subject. Do you think spending or austerity is the best way to economic prosperity?
CBC Forum: What's the best approach to the threat of terrorism? Mar 23, 2016 A day after bombs ripped through Brussels, world leaders have stepped forward with their views on how to respond. What do you think? What's the best approach to the threat of terrorism?
Jian Ghomeshi ruling
Mar 24, 2016 The judge in Jian Ghomeshi's case will render a decision today in a sexual assault case that captivated people across country following an investigation into the former CBC broadcaster in October 2014.
CBC Forum: Do you think you'll benefit from the Liberal budget? Mar 23, 2016 Finance Minister Bill Morneau has tabled a budget that forecasts big deficits over the next five years and beyond to finance a new tax-free monthly child benefit, more money for First Nations, infrastructure spending and extended employment insurance benefits to hard-hit regions.Do you think you'll benefit from these and other programs in the budget?
Justin Trudeau live on Ottawa Morning
Mar 23, 2016 The prime minister visits with host Robyn Bresnahan after his party released its first budget of the new term.
What it was like reporting on Rob Ford Mar 23, 2016 City hall reporter Jamie Strashin takes your questions and comments on covering Rob Ford.
Brussels attacks aftermath
Mar 23, 2016 - 1:27 AM EDT Belgium attempts to carry on a day after the Brussels airport and subway were bombed, killing dozens and injuring many more. Stay with CBC News for the latest from our team in the Belgian capital.
Halifax Council 03/22/16 Mar 22, 2016 CBC's Pam Berman will be at today's Halifax regional council meeting.
Rob Ford
Mar 22, 2016 - 11:24 AM EDT
CBC News budget live blog
Mar 23, 2016 Join CBC News for live coverage of the federal Liberal government's first budget.
Brussels attacks live blog
Mar 22, 2016 Bombs exploded at the Brussels airport and one of the city's metro stations Tuesday, killing dozens and wounding many more. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack.
Canada Reads 2016: Day Two
Mar 22, 2016 Which book will get eliminated today?
CBC Forum: What do you want to see in the budget? Mar 21, 2016 Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau will introduce the Liberal government's first budget Tuesday in Ottawa. What do you want to see in the budget?
CBC Forum: Is Obama's Cuba visit a historic opportunity or a historic mistake? Mar 21, 2016 Barack Obama opened an extraordinary visit to Cuba on Sunday, the first by a sitting U.S. president in nearly 90 years. Obama's three-day trip is a crowning moment in his ambitious effort with Cuban President Raul Castro to restore normal relations between their countries. But some Cuban dissidents and human rights observers have spoken of their concern over the Obama's visit. What do you think of it?
Canada Reads 2016: Day One
Mar 21, 2016 - 11:25 AM EDT The battle of the books begins! Join the conversation on Twitter using #CanadaReads
CBC Forum: How important is it for Canada to produce its own food?
Mar 20, 2016 When Loblaws pulled French's ketchup off the shelves they had no idea of the consequences. It unleashed a dormant nationalism towards food products and support of local economies. How important is it for Canada to produce its own food?
CBC Forum: What's the future of zoos and aquariums? Mar 19, 2016 The president of SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment wrote an impassioned defence of zoos and aquariums this week, saying "the real enemies of wildlife are poaching, pollution, unsustainable human development and man-made disasters such as oil spills." What's the future of zoos and aquariums?
CBC Forum: What should happen to the Senate? Mar 18, 2016 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is framing the appointment of seven new senators as the "next steps" in the Liberal promise to reform the Senate. Conservatives say nothing has changed, and the NDP still wants the Red Chamber abolished. What do you think? What should happen to the Senate?
CBC at the St. John's Home Show
Mar 21, 2016 CBC Newfoundland and Labrador will be at the 2016 Home Show at Mile One Centre on March 19 and March 20.
CBC Forum: What's your cellphone data horror story? Mar 18, 2016 An investigation by CBC Marketplace reveals that wireless companies allow anyone on cellphone plans — including children — to authorize data overage charges that could add up to hundreds or thousands of dollars, despite government rules designed to keep data charges in check. Do you have a cellphone data overage horror story?
CBC Forum: Do you think you will be able to retire at 65? Mar 17, 2016 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed in an interview Thursday that next week's federal spending plan will reverse the eligibility for Old Age Security to 65 from 67. Do you think you will be able to retire at 65? If not, then when? Have your say below via our CBC Forum discussion.
CBC Forum: How do you get your TV? Mar 17, 2016 Consumer complaints are pouring in about the new $25 skinny basic TV packages now on the market. The CRTC mandated the packages, but consumers found that add-on extras and channels made the final price unattractive. How do you get your TV? Streaming service? Antenna? Traditional cable or fibre-optic service?
CBC Forum: Who should lead the federal NDP? Mar 16, 2016 NDP Leader Tom Mulcair's job could be on the line when the party holds a policy convention in early April. What do you think? Who should lead the NDP?
Tracy Dodds court
Mar 16, 2016 CBC news brings you the latest from Tracy Dodds court appearance.
CBC Forum: Do Trump and Clinton have their nominations sewn up?
Mar 16, 2016 Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to win primaries, winning in Florida, Ohio and North Carolina Tuesday night. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton won at least four states, dealing a severe blow to Bernie Sanders' bid to slow her march toward the Democratic nomination. Do Trump and Clinton have this in the bag?
Mini Super Tuesday: Follow our results, updates and analysis
Mar 16, 2016 Republican and Democratic voters take to the polls in five different primaries tonight — Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio. CBC reporters are on the ground in the U.S., providing behind-the-scenes updates and up-to-the-minute results. Follow along below in our Mini Super Tuesday live blog.
Charges laid in double stabbing at Toronto military recruitment centre
Mar 15, 2016 A 27-year-old man charged in a double stabbing at a Toronto recruitment centre is set to appear in court Tuesday.
CBC Forum: What should Canada's role be in the UN? Mar 15, 2016 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to meet with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in New York City tomorrow. Sources told CBC News Trudeau will announce the date Canada plans to run for a seat on the Security Council. Do you agree with Trudeau's ''robust re-engagement'' with the UN? What do you think Canada's role in the UN should be?
Internet Black Widow appears in court Mar 15, 2016 Melissa Ann Shepard, who poisoned her newlywed husband more than two years ago, is due in a Halifax court today as the Crown attempts to impose conditions on her release.
CBC Forum: Who's to blame for the violence in the U.S. election campaign? Mar 14, 2016 Scuffles involving protesters or reporters at Donald Trump's rallies have become a commonplace occurrence as the Republican front-runner attempts to close in on the party nomination. Who's to blame for the violence in the U.S. election campaign?
CBC Forum: The environment and the economy — can we have it all? Mar 14, 2016 A new CBC EKOS Research poll suggests the country is conflicted between the environment and the economy, especially when discussing the future of the oil and gas industry. The new Liberal government ran on a platform of prioritizing both. "We all agree that in the 21st century Canada's prosperity must be built on the principle that the economy and the environment go hand in hand," said Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said at a meeting with her provincial counterparts. But can it be done? Can we really have it all?
Labrador Winter Games 2016
Mar 18, 2016 Updates, photos and coverage of the Labrador Winter Games in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
CBC Forum: Do we really need daylight saving time?
Mar 13, 2016 Daylight saving time turns 100 this year. It's been a controversial solution to a debatable problem. Is it an idea whose time has expired? Do we really need to change the clocks? Let us know in today's CBC Forum, and tune into Cross Country Checkup on CBC Radio One at 4 p.m. ET.
CBC Forum: How clean should a political candidate's past be? Mar 12, 2016 Just like last year's federal election campaign, the ongoing campaign in Manitoba has led to calls for candidates to step down because of comments they've made on social media — sometimes years in the past. How clean should a political candidate's past be?
CBC Forum: How do we embrace clean energy without disrupting the economy? Mar 11, 2016 Nevada power utility NV Energy has responded to Las Vegas casinos installing solar panels by threatening "exit fees" for leaving the utility and promising higher fees for homeowners. What do you think? How do we embrace clean energy without disrupting the economy?
CBC Forum: What did you think of Trudeau's official visit to D.C.? Mar 11, 2016 The honour guards have been dismissed and the crystal has all been put away. But there's hope the budding "bromance" between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Barack Obama will mean warmer relations between our two countries, at least for the next few months. What did you think of Trudeau's official visit and state dinner?
#AWG2016: March 11 live blog
Mar 11, 2016 Follow the latest from our reporters on the ground at the 2016 Arctic Winter Games in Nuuk, Greenland
Jesse Wente on indigenous imagery in sports: 'We are not your mascots, we are human beings' Mar 11, 2016 CBC Radio pop culture critic Jesse Wente delivered powerful remarks on Metro Morning earlier this week about the use of indigenous images and mascots in sports.
#AWG2016: March 10 live blog
Mar 10, 2016 Follow the latest from our reporters on the ground at the 2016 Arctic Winter Games in Nuuk, Greenland
CBC Forum: Should you be allowed to sell your plasma? Mar 9, 2016 Canada's first paid donor clinic opened its doors on Feb. 18 and plans to pay people with $25 gift cards for making blood donations, prompting criticism from the NDP. What do you think? Should you be allowed to sell your plasma?
Trudeau state visit to Washington, D.C.
Mar 11, 2016 Follow CBC News coverage of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's U.S. state visit. Trudeau arrives in Washington at 4:50 p.m. ET Wednesday and will attend meetings at the White House and Capitol Hill on Thursday before a state dinner Thursday evening.

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Scotiabank Giller Prize 2015: Photo gallery
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What is your top summer reading suggestion? Jul 3, 2015 by Melinda Dalton Two 'off-the-beaten-path' suggestions: "A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian" by Marina Lewycka (will have you laughing out...
Monster art: Your submissions for Lynda Barry's drawing challenge
May 11, 2015 Marianne Brown writes: "I do not draw much these days and any doodles are usually happy birds and flowers so the monster thing was a...
Super Toque
Mar 7, 2015  Carly Matheson@starcar44@yukonblonde alright, super excited for these guys! #cbctoques http://t.co/dnDGGNOsVoMar. 7,...
How to disappear
Feb 13, 2015 The definitive guide on disappearing, How to Disappear by Frank Ahearn will lead you through the many steps you’ll need to take to...
Kim Thuy Life in Books
Feb 4, 2015 The book that made her a writer"When I was 14 I read The Lover by Marguerite Duras and I fell in love with literature. My uncle—who’s only 7 years...
Twitter reacts to Target closing Canadian stores Jan 15, 2015  Erin Kys@ErinKysI just realized that once our Target closes, so does my town's only Starbucks. WHY IS THIS HAPPENING TO ME.Jan. 15,...
Highway 1 truck crash in Burnaby
Jan 7, 2015  Richard Zussman@richardzussmanTruck has now been flipped over. Crews getting ready to tow it off hwy 1. #cbc http://t.co/kc2BhQY3awJan. 7,...
The books that shaped Lawrence Hill's life
Jan 5, 2015 The childhood series he fell in love with"The Henry Huggins series by Beverly Cleary. Her books were famous when I was a child. I hadn't been intox...
#CBCstorm
Jan 5, 2015 CBC readers and reporters tweeted these photos of the storm on Sunday and Monday. Tweet your photos to #CBCStorm. Ryan...
Creative Nonfiction Quotes
Jan 5, 2015 The legendary American author Joan Didion won a National Book Award for Nonfiction for her visceral memoir The Year of Magical...
Christmas to New Year's: naming the forgotten week
Dec 29, 2014 The week between Christmas and New Year's Day is lacking an identity.The Christmas leftovers have run out. but we're yet to make our New Year's...
CFOX comments questioned Dec 17, 2014 The comments quickly lit up social media  Ed Tanas@calgarykiaguyPlease sign petition "Fire Radio Hosts proposing to ask Trudeau who he...
Reaction on social media to Site C
Dec 16, 2014  Dan Burritt@DanBurritt.@christyclarkbc: @BCUtilitiesCom sets @bchydro rates, can't say how much more ratepayers will pay for #SiteC. #cbc...
Feedback about archives
Dec 15, 2014 via Facebook by Fabiola Carletti via email by Fabiola Carletti  Mooreb@Moore2Bee@CBCRadioQ Keep Q archives. An interview is not...
Jeanne Beker: Joy Runs Deeper
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Anthony Bidulka's Christmas tree spectacular
Nov 28, 2014 THE OZ TREE"Each year, in the upper level living room, is The Big Tree. This is the tree I always decorate first and is the most elaborate...
Martin Short: I Must Say
Nov 28, 2014 Martin Short as Ed Grimley on NBC's Saturday Night Live in this file photo dated 1988.  (AP Photo)  by CBC Books Former cast members...
How do you Q?
Nov 24, 2014 Lauren (@reedypix on instagram) listens to Q while driving her rural mail route. (Note: she also has a wicked stamp collection on her instagram...
Martin Short: I Must Say
Nov 24, 2014 Martin Short as Ed Grimley on NBC's Saturday Night Live in this file photo dated 1988.  (AP Photo) by CBC Books Former cast members of...
Wab Kinew: My Life in Books
Nov 19, 2014 The book that opened his eyesThe Road to Wounded Knee by Robert Burnette and John Koster gives an account of the history of the American west. I...
Laurie Simmons' photography
Nov 14, 2014 Laurie SimmonsYellow Hair/Brunette/Mermaids, 2014Pigment Print70 x 48 inches by Fabiola Carletti Laurie SimmonsBlonde/Pink Dress/Standing...
Alligator Pie
Nov 12, 2014 Alligator Pie -  Text copyright © 1974 by Dennis Lee. Illustration copyright © 2014 by Sandy Nichols. by CBC Books Alligator Pie -...
Scotiabank Giller Prize red carpet
Nov 10, 2014 Padma Viswanathan, author of The Ever After of Ashwin Rao, with Deepa Metha. by CBC Books Miriam Toews, author of All My Puny Sorrrows, with...
Bruce McCulloch books slideshow
Nov 5, 2014 The first book he remembers reading as a kid"It was called Fox in Socks. My dad always read me Dr. Seuss books because he thought they were fun and...
TD Kids Book Club: Toronto
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Writing tips from the 2014 Giller finalists
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TD Kids Book Club: Winnipeg
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TD Kids Book Club: Winnipeg
Oct 29, 2014 Students from Acadia Junior High pose with Teresa Toten, author of The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B (Photo: CBC) by CBC Books Acadia Junior...
TD Kids Book Club: Calgary
Oct 29, 2014 Jean Pendziwol, author of Once Upon a Northern Night, and CBC Radio host Chris dela Torre (Photo: CBC) by CBC Books  Jean Pendziwol poses...
Hazel McCallion: Hurrican Hazel
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Chris Hadfield: You Are Here
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Joseph Kertes: The Afterlife of Stars
Oct 28, 2014 Joseph Kertes, on the left, and his brother Bela in 1954, two years before the Hungarian Revolution drove them out of the country. Image courtesy...
Justin Trudeau: Common Ground
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PEN Canada Slideshow
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Jeff Bezos
Oct 21, 2014 Photo credit: AP Photo/Reed Saxon by CBC Books Photo: AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa by CBC Books Photo: AP Photo/Reed Saxon by...
Canadian Spacewalkers
Oct 21, 2014 Dave Williams perched on the end of Canadarm2 while conducting repair work on the International Space Station. (Photo from Canadian...
Gordon Korman books: Through The Years
Oct 20, 2014 This Can't Be Happening at Macdonald Hall (1978)The book that put Korman on the map. It introduced the world to his buddy duo Bruno and Boots. ...
My Life in Books: Bob McDonald
Oct 20, 2014 The book that started it all"I was 7 or 8 years old and my mother just came home from shopping one day and just said ‘Here’ and handed me this book...
TD Kids Book Club: Montreal
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Charter of Readers' Rights and Freedoms
Oct 16, 2014 by CBC Books by CBC Books by CBC Books by CBC Books by CBC Books by CBC Books by CBC Books by CBC Books     1 of 8
TD Kids Book Club: Montreal
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TD Kids Book Club: Vancouver
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Joshua Bell: The Man with the Violin
Oct 14, 2014 Photo: joshuabell.com by CBC Books Photo: AP Photo/Molly Rileyby CBC Books Photo: AP Photo/Eric Risberg, file by CBC Books...
5 Inspiring Quotes from I Am Malala
Oct 10, 2014 (Photo: Reuters) by CBC Books (Photo: Reuters)  by CBC Books (Photo: Associated Press) by CBC Books (Photo: Associated...
Alan Doyle slideshow
Oct 9, 2014 The book that taught him how to spin a great yarn"All of Wayne Johnston's books are just superb storytelling. I started way back with his first...
Massey Lectures: Belonging: The Paradox of Citizenship
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Eleanor Catton's life in books
Oct 2, 2014 The first book she remembers reading“James Herriot's The Christmas Day Kitten is a picture book with the most beautiful...
Highlights from Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich
Oct 2, 2014 Sandro Miller, Philippe Halsman / Salvador Dalí (1954), 2014From the Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich - Homage to photographic...
Giller art
Sep 25, 2014 This September, the Scotiabank Giller Prize unveiled its 2014 longlist in unique fashion by inviting graphic artist Sara Heppner-Waldston to share...
Women in Clothes
Sep 24, 2014  Miranda Purve's shirts with Peter Pan collars by CBC Books A map of my floor by Leanne Shapton by CBC Books Joyce Wall's lipsticks...
The Jealous Curator's top 3 Canadian artists you should know about right now
Sep 22, 2014 Ben Skinner Oh Ben. I love his work so much. He is literally a creative genius. His ideas are so clever, and he can make anything with the...
Adrienne Clarkson's bookshelf
Sep 17, 2014 The book that every Canadian should read"Anne of Green Gables says something quintessential about the Canadian psyche and spirit: the fact...
Jeanne Beker's politically charged fashion show
Sep 15, 2014 by Fabiola Carletti by Fabiola Carletti by Fabiola Carletti by Fabiola Carletti by Fabiola Carletti by Fabiola Carletti     1 of 6
Jake Gyllenhaal's multifaceted career
Sep 10, 2014 Jake Gyllenhaal proves his versatility yet again in his dark leading role in Nightcrawler. The Oscar-nominated actor has played many different...
Bill Murray Reading Poetry Sep 5, 2014 by Poets House via YouTube The Hollywood actor is quite involved with the Poets House, a New York City-based literary organization. In the clip...
Zun Lee's Father Figure: A selection of images
Aug 19, 2014 Zun Lee says the way we view black fatherhood is only a "facet" of overall problem with the way we view black men. (Fabiola Carletti/CBC) by...
Transportation Safety Board Lac-Mégantic recommendations
Aug 19, 2014 TSB Recommendation R14-01(issued January 2014) The Department of Transport and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration...
Success stories from the CBC Literary Prizes
Aug 18, 2014 Daniel KarasikDaniel's CBC Short Story Prize-winning story from 2012, “Mine,” was made into a short film by Toronto indie filmmaker Gerald...
The 5 most expensive comics ever sold
Aug 18, 2014 The X-Men #1 (Sept. 1963)This issue marks the first appearance of one of the most famous and enduring superhero teams ever created. It sold for a...
Grumpy literature
Aug 13, 2014 Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison (1952)by CBC Books Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov (1955)by CBC Books The Crow Road by Iain...
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory over the years
Aug 8, 2014 1964by CBC Books 1967 by CBC Books 1973 by CBC Books 1976 by CBC Books 1988 by CBC Books 2005 by CBC Books 2010 by...
One-novel wonders
Jul 30, 2014 Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë The middle of the three literary sisters, Emily published Wuthering Heights in 1847 under the pseudonym...
Before and after the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes
Jul 28, 2014 Bonnie Devine is one of several artists featured at a special exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario: Before and after the Horizon:...
Not Impossible's Project Daniel
Jul 24, 2014 "Why you want to do it has to be bigger than your ability or skill or knowledge of how to do it. Once there’s a why, you figure out the how.” -...
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Jul 23, 2014 The latest weather satellite image from our own Johanna Wagstaffe:
Test gallery
Jul 9, 2014 Caption An attack on Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Pakistan earlier this month left 28 people dead. One suspected cause of the...
Authors of the era
Jul 8, 2014 The Voyage Out by Virginia WoolfWoolf’s debut novel, published in 1915, follows an eclectic mix of passengers on a ship bound for South America and...
The 9 must-read mystery books of 2014
Jun 27, 2014 "This one starts out in a Norwegian prison, with a young prisoner who is taking confessions from his fellow killers. The prisoners have decided...
Amazon's Top 10 books of 2014 (so far)
Jun 24, 2014 #1: Updike by Adam BegleyFrom Amazon.com review: "Detailed yet readable, it goes far beyond describing the chronology of this unsurprisingly...
Waste Warrior
Jun 23, 2014 Coming from the third world, I have a different perspective with trash.When I was growing up in Hong Kong our family was poor, my parents could not...
#WorldPrideReads: Share your suggestions!
Jun 19, 2014 (Michelle Siu/Canadian Press) by CBC Books This is where we will curate your suggestions for great books that explore  Lesbian, Gay,...
Advanced Post Jun 10, 2014 The RCMP regimental funeral service for constables Fabrice Georges Gevaudan, Douglas James Larche and Dave Joseph Ross is being broadcast from...
#QLuminato: Highlights from the audience perspective
Jun 6, 2014  Luminato Festival@LuminatoAll the world was a stage #QLuminato @jianghomeshi , and @MSiddiqi was there to write about it: bit.ly/1tOFjmD pi...
Roz Chast: Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
May 30, 2014 Image from Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? (Roz Chast)  by Fabiola Carletti Image from Can't We Talk About Something More...
9/11 Memorial Museum
May 27, 2014 Memorial Hall (Jin Lee) by Fabiola Carletti Pavilion exterior by day (Joe Woolhead)by Fabiola Carletti Pavilion view, North Pool by night (Amy...
Lynn Goldsmith's photography
May 23, 2014 Lynn Goldsmith, self portrait  ...
Richard Mosse's "The Enclave"
May 22, 2014 Better Than the Real Thing by Fabiola Carletti Beaucoups of Blues by Fabiola Carletti Wave of Mutilation by Fabiola Carletti General...
A look at Taxidermy
May 13, 2014 Hairclip by Dafydd Owen by Fabiola Carletti Image by Dafydd Owen by Fabiola Carletti Image by Dafydd Owen  by...
Photographs by Jodi Cobb
May 12, 2014 Geisha by Jodi Cobb by Fabiola Carletti Geisha's Lips by Jodi Cobb by Fabiola Carletti Portrait of Jodi Cobb by Mark Thiessen by...
Photo Gallery Demo
May 8, 2014 Big Bird  As It Happens@cbcasithappens"At my advanced age to survive 3 days in Toronto, enduring the slings & arrows of outrageous...
CBC Style: Fresh Looks Around The Mother Corp.
May 8, 2014 Rachel Matlow, Q by Fabiola Carletti Sean Farrell, Radio Digital by Fabiola Carletti  Alanna Stuart, Radio 3by Fabiola Carletti...
A different kind of fashion magazine
May 7, 2014 Worn Fashion Journal prides itself on finding unique sources of inspiration. In this photo, the models wear outfits inspired by old photos of their...
Factory farming to blame for animal cruelty, say CBC readers Apr 15, 2014 Our story on allegations of abuse at a Maple Leaf Foods chicken hatchery got a huge response from the CBC Community, with readers expressing their...
Smell and the city
Apr 13, 2014 Those that are shy about exploring urban smellscapes might ease their way in with a classic: stop and smell the flowers. (Steve Hill)  by...
Portraits of Reconciliation in Rwanda
Apr 8, 2014 Godefroid Mudaheranwa, left, and Evasta Mukanyandwi. He burned her house and tried to kill her and her children. She was moved by his apology on...
Judy Greer doesn't know where you know her from
Apr 7, 2014 Judy Greer as Becky Freeley in Miss Guided. (Mitch Haddad/ABC)by Fabiola Carletti Judy Greer, left, and Shailene Woodley in The Descendants (Fox...
New Yorker cartoonist Bob Mankoff: cartoon highlights
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Canada Reads 2014: The Final
Mar 6, 2014 The final two books in Canada Reads 2014. (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)by CBC Books Host Jian Ghomeshi moderated a particularly intense and intellectual...
Photos from Canada Reads Day 2
Mar 4, 2014 The crowd gets ready to enter the studio to watch Day Two of Canada Reads. (Farhang Ghajar/CBC)by CBC Books Trent McClellan, last year's Canada...
Canada Reads 2014: Day One
Mar 3, 2014 Here are some photos from Day One!It was a great first day of debates, with the panelists opening with some truly eloquent and impassioned...
If you liked The Orenda...
Feb 25, 2014 The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America by Thomas KingNeither a traditional nor all-encompassing history of...
If you liked Cockroach...
Feb 25, 2014 The Namesake by Jhumpa LahiriLike Cockroach, The Namesake is documents the immigrant experience. This story follows the Ganguli family from...
If you liked Half-Blood Blues...
Feb 25, 2014 Jazz by Toni MorrisonToni Morrison’s 1992 novel Jazz takes place in Harlem in the 1920s. It tells the story of a tumultuous love affair during the...
If you liked The Year of the Flood...
Feb 25, 2014 Darwin's Bastards, selected and edited by Zsuzsi GartnerA grab bag of dystopian fiction, this short story collection showcases celebrated Canadian...
If you liked Annabel
Feb 21, 2014 Orlando by Virginia Woolf Considered a foundational literary exploration of gender, Woolf’s Orlando follows the story of a young man of the...
5 Mavis Gallant books you should read
Feb 18, 2014 The internationally acclaimed author is an undeniable master of the short story and of writing characters who are all exiles of a sort. As a...
125 Years of Stunning Photos from National Geographic
Feb 14, 2014 B.Anthony StewartNew York, 1957Hailed by a welcoming flotilla, the Mayflower II, a scale replica of the famous original, enters New York Harbor...
Canada Reads quote graphics
Feb 13, 2014 Stephen Lewis is defending The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood. by Wab Kinew is defending The Orenda by Joseph Boyden. by Erin...
Notable NBA readers and writers
Feb 12, 2014 LeBron JamesUnquestionably the best basketball player in the game today, James drew a lot of media attention when he was photographed reading The...
Crazy Town Casting Call
Feb 11, 2014 Who should play Robyn Doolittle?She originally intended to study theatre but after realizing she could get paid to question authority, she chose...
Black History Month
Feb 7, 2014 Celebrating Black Canadian LiteratureMany of Canada's talented and innovative writers have roots in Africa, the Caribbean, and communities of...
The Bookie Awards 2014: The Winners
Feb 6, 2014 Canadian Fiction: The Orenda by Joseph BoydenThe Orenda opens with a brutal massacre and the kidnapping of the young Iroquois Snow Falls, a spirite...
Reading for the Games
Feb 3, 2014 Curl to Win: Expert Advice to Improve Your Game by Russ Howard Russ Howard has been called “curler of the century” and was inducted into Canad...
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