An Environment Canada scientist has been sent home on administrative leave and is being investigated after writing and performing an anti-Conservative protest song called Harperman. There are concerns that he has breached the department's ethics code.
A Benedictine monk, who works at a private Rhode Island school, was recently filmed during his routine attempt at solitude on top of a wind turbine. Brother Joseph Byron says he climbs the structure to enjoy the view.
Usain Bolt and the clumsy cameraman who toppled him after Bolt's 200-metre victory returned to the scene of their collision Friday at the world championships in Beijing, only this time there was nobody doing backflips.
The Alberta Energy Regulator has ordered Nexen Energy to suspend operations on 95 pipelines at its Long Lake oilsands operation in northern Alberta, where five million litres of bitumen, sand and oil leaked last month.
What was behind China's big stock market fall this week? According to Chinese media reports, the answer had nothing to do with the country's economic weakness. As government censors suppress information about the market crash, Day 6 talks to an anonymous activist who unblocks censored information in China.
From fears that China's stock bubble is overinflated, to some new numbers meant to show how overtaxed Canadians are, it was a busy week in the business news. Good thing the CBC's Jacqueline Hansen is here to walk you through the week that was in her video recap.
Data analysts are reporting some interesting findings from the Ashley Madison data dump. For example, almost none of the female members ever used the site, and Canada had the highest percentage by population of accounts.
Police hunting for the perpetrators of Thailand's deadliest bombing arrest a suspect they say fits the description of a man identified on security cameras as leaving a rucksack at the site of the Aug. 17 blast in Bangkok.
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced three Al-Jazeera English journalists to three years in prison, the latest twist in a long-running trial criticized worldwide by press freedom advocates and human rights activists.
Former Prime Minister Paul Martin defends the Liberals' plan to invest in infrastructure and run at least three more deficits. He also criticizes the NDP's commitment to immediately balance the budget, saying it moves the party to far right of political spectrum
Click on the video player above starting at 4:55 a.m. ET to watch live action from Day 8 of the IAAF world track and field championships in Beijing, featuring Canada's Damian Warner in the final two legs of the decathlon, plus Andre De Grasse and the Canadian men's 4x100m relay team in the final of their event.