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Dive into the journey to resurrect the Titanic shipwreck, a century after its tragic maiden voyage.
The first ever World Happiness Report was recently published and Canada is ranked fifth on the happiness scale.
An outspoken provocateur, an NHL dreamer, and a 91 year-old in her 12th term. Meet 3 big-dreaming Canadian mayors who are doing things their own way.
How a number-crunching tweet machine became Calgary’s mayor, and why his down-home leadership is transforming municipal politics.
From the Canadian Forces to Parliament, learn which institutions Canadians trust the most and why.
Find out which profession Canadians trust, and which they don’t, with 2012’s Reader’s Digest Trust Poll.
From Stephen Harper to Michael J. Fox, find out who Canadians trust the most (and least), and why.
Melissa Morgan is a suburban mom and policeman’s wife, who lives in a four-bedroom home. She is also a compulsive shoplifter.
Will you be doing something special for Spring break or maybe you don’t have one?
The federal government promised to give every Canadian an electronic health record. Eleven years, and $2 billion later, we’re still waiting. Lives are hanging in the balance.
You’re changing their diapers, and they’re changing your ring tone. Time for the kids to have their own toys.
Charlie Russell spent 10 years living with bears in Eastern Russia. Now he’s out to show Canada that humans and grizzlies can get along.
An innovative surgical procedure literally disassembled cancer patient Janis Ollson – and gave her the chance to raise her kids.
Adrift in the Pacific Ocean, two men struggle to stay alive.
Forty-eight Canadian high-school students took to the sea and were on the adventure of their lives – untill they had to Abandon Ship.
Hospital food is famously awful. But health-care groups are trying to change that- one home-cooked meal at a time.
John McBride lay near death as his loved ones prepared for the inevitable. A timely heart transplant saved his life. Twelve years later his son is given the same diagnosis.
On December 13, 2010, hundreds of motorists were trapped by a blinding snowstorm, which shut down a 30-kilometre stretch of highway in southern Ontario. Here’s one driver’s story of a very long day.
High over northern Russia, an airplane’s control systems begin switching off, one by one. Read on to find out exactly what happened on Flight 516.