Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing Canada of playing "unconstructive political games" by passing its own Magnitsky law this week.
Gord Downie's family is hoping to organize a public event where fans can honour the late Tragically Hip singer.
A man attacked people with a knife Friday at a shopping mall in southeastern Poland, killing one person and wounding seven others, police said. Shoppers detained the attacker until police arrived.
The head of Airbus told a Montreal business audience on Friday that he believes the company will sell thousands of Bombardier's C Series aircraft.
Protesters wearing surgical masks and scarves over their faces lined up along a Montreal bus route to rally against a new law that would force anyone using public services, including Muslim women wearing a niqab or burka, to uncover their faces.
Increasing pollution worldwide is proving deadlier than war, natural disasters or smoking, according to a new report in the Lancet.
A Toronto city councillor says he has the answer to the great city stink mystery that took over Twitter and other social media.
A British Columbia woman plagued by bedbugs on a nine-hour flight to London is a victim of the explosive growth in the critters globally, but travellers shouldn't worry they'll become a common feature on planes, says an entomologist.
The Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) has identified 1,846 babies admitted to hospital between April 2016 and March 31, 2017, after their mothers used opioids during pregnancy.
The Supreme Court of Canada and a senior executive with the Canada Revenue Agency anxiously reached out to Canada's communications spy agency for help after a CBC story revealed cellphone tracking technology was being used near Parliament Hill.
Some patients say they're turning to dangerous street drugs in the wake of new national guidelines limiting the allowable dosage of prescription painkillers and new restrictions under the Ontario Drug Benefit plan.
The Rocky Mountain coal community of Grande Cache is struggling through unusually tough times as businesses, professionals and residents pack up and leave.
A slow, stroking touch eases the sting of social rejection, psychologists find.
The failure of NAFTA would be just one possible nudge toward a market tumble as experts seek parallels to the crashes of 1929 and 1987.
A new Quebec law, purported to deal with secularism and the accommodation of minorities, is a "dog's breakfast" of contradictions, according to philosopher Charles Taylor. Gérard Bouchard, his co-author of a 2008 study of the issue, agrees it misses the mark.
The Sears Canada liquidation, while extreme, is yet more evidence that extended warranties are generally a waste of money for consumers — though they are hugely profitable for retailers.
Japanese game developer Square-Enix shows off a variety of games that target longtime, nostalgia-fuelled fans and casual mobile gamers alike in a media preview event in Toronto.
Coconut water, quinoa and chia seeds are often marketed as "superfoods," and looking at recent sales, it seems the public is buying in. Marketplace pits them against alternatives that don’t come with super prices to see which foods pack the best nutritional punch.
In a joint investigation with CBC Radio’s The Current and the Toronto Star, The Fifth Estate has spoken to half a dozen families across Canada whose families were broken in part as a result of faulty hair tests done by the Hospital for Sick Children’s Motherisk lab.
I'm going to be charitable to the NDP, and assume that Singh isn't actually a conspiracy theorist. He's just a leader who, for the usual crass partisan reasons, doesn't want to alienate a small sub-constituency within his base.