Food prices are expected to hold steady for the next year — unless you like eating in restaurants.
The father of Laura Babcock was "concerned" about being questioned in court by the man accused of killing his daughter, but despite a pretrial effort by the Crown to avoid the scenario, a judge allowed it to happen.
Nancy Vickers, suffering with Parkinson's disease, was determined to get a medically assisted death. But she had to grapple with a bureaucratic provincial system despite a Canadian law that has made the procedure legal since June 2016.
A large proportion of the medical infrastructure and innovation in this country has been made possible by significant contributions of the donor communities. In a country that prides itself on a publicly funded health care model, this should not even be necessary.
Ontario is on the verge of overhauling the way tickets for live events are bought and sold and some major stakeholders in the industry are warning the measures could drive online sales to the black market and offer less fraud protection for fans. But the government said it acted to put fans first.
The legislative agenda of the Liberal government continues to trail that of the Conservative government it replaced. But a Liberal spokesperson said that because of the importance of the bills passed, the government need to ensure they were well debated in Parliament.
Doug Jones made an appeal for "decency" to prevail over partisanship. Deeply conservative Alabama apparently listened, overturning a quarter-century of voting habits to elect him on Tuesday night in a stunning rebuff of U.S. President Donald Trump.
The Liberal government's new policy of evaluating defence contractors through their overall impact on the Canadian economy will have political, trade, corporate and possibly military consequences, according to a defence expert.
Two FBI officials who would later be assigned to the special counsel's investigation into Donald Trump's U.S. presidential campaign described him with insults like "idiot" and "loathsome human" in a series of text messages last year, according to copies of the messages released Tuesday.
For the third time this month federal cabinet minister Kent Hehr has been forced to defend himself against allegations he was rude and insensitive towards Canadians that came to him looking for help.
In a stunning victory aided by scandal, Democrat Doug Jones won Alabama's special Senate election on Tuesday, beating back history, an embattled Republican opponent and President Donald Trump, who urgently endorsed Republican rebel Roy Moore despite a litany of sexual misconduct allegations.
When wildfires burn forests to the ground, some are no longer growing back, new research shows. The findings add to growing evidence that climate change and forest fires are permanently altering forest ecosystems across North America.
Canada's federal and provincial finance ministers had been haggling for hours over how to split the proceeds of the coming marijuana excise tax when Newfoundland and Labrador's Tom Osborne asked all political staffers and bureaucrats to clear the room.
After admitting to defrauding more than a thousand investors out of tens of millions of dollars, Concrete Equities executive Dave Humeniuk wants to take back his guilty plea.
The woman who once told a courtroom she was too afraid to go anywhere after surviving an insulin overdose delivered by serial killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer, makes a surprise appearance at hearings for the upcoming inquiry into the former nurse's actions.
A family of five say they are counting their blessings after escaping a devastating house fire in Dartmouth, N.S., with their lives but little else.
Premier Rachel Notley has called on UCP Leader Jason Kenney to remove his party's house leader after it was revealed that Jason Nixon fired a woman in 2005 who complained about sexual harassment on a Kelowna worksite.
The City of Halifax and the Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency Service have admitted to historic systemic gender discrimination against female firefighters and will apologize to former firefighter Liane Tessier after a 12-year legal battle over harassment.
Former Edmonton teacher Paul Martial is now serving a 10-year prison sentence for the long-term sexual abuse of a onetime student. In a three-hour police interview videotaped three years ago, she details her encounters with Martial, starting when he was a Grade 7 substitute teacher.
As the jury at the Laura Babcock murder trial deliberates behind closed doors, CBC News can now reveal some of the things jurors didn't hear during the weeks-long trial in Toronto.