Hospitality in hospitals is a 'moral obligation,' says ER doctor
Hospitality — and hospitals. Two words that share a root, but whose meanings often seem at odds with each other. IDEAS traces the tension between hospitality and discipline that has defined hospitals throughout their history, and what it means to create a hospitable hospital in the 21st century. The third episode in our series The Idea of Home.
No guarantee of public investigation into Rogers outage, despite calls from experts
Industry experts say an outage like what happened on Friday, when millions of customers lost Rogers service for the day, will happen again, and it’s important for any investigation into what happened be made public.
With his dad gone, David Sedaris turns the chapter on their rocky relationship
American author and comedian David Sedaris has penned his latest book, Happy-Go-Lucky, with a heavy focus on his exceedingly irritable relationship with his father, Lou, who passed away during the pandemic.
15 historical fiction books to lose yourself in this summer
How the Supreme Court is reshaping America
'My weapon is filmmaking,' says producer now shooting a feature in Ukraine
New podcast investigates death of activist Karima Baloch and the 'untold' crisis of her people
What a tumultuous general assembly signals about the role and future of the AFN
Nil Köksal is the new host of CBC's As It Happens — and she's ready to make radio 'magic'
Rogers outage and Big Telecom's control in Canada
Katherena Vermette's novel The Strangers is an intergenerational story about anger, pain and survival
Protecting nature, act of faith: Muslim women are leading the charge on climate activism
Brian Francis's nonfiction book Missed Connections explores body image, desire — and the price of secrecy
Long a star in Australia, musician Delta Goodrem is on a 'mission' to entertain us all
Renowned sand artist up against the clock as tide threatens massive installation in Tofino, B.C.
Jigsaw enthusiasts try to complete 54K-piece puzzle at Vegas convention
7 facts about Kim Mitchell on the Canadian rock icon's 70th birthday
CBC Radio's The House: Leadership and loss
Edward P. Jones's novel The Known World is a compelling tale of slavery in the Antebellum South
Indigenous chefs, activists are using food to talk about land, history and culture
July 09: Best of Quirks & Quarks - our favourite animal stories
Shinzo Abe's adviser remembers former leader & friend as a 'towering figure'
Examining abortion pills and access to them in Canada and the U.S.