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A former Canadian diplomat has been detained in China, two sources told Reuters on Tuesday, and his current employer, the International Crisis Group, said it was seeking his prompt and safe release.
Time has given its 2018 Person of the Year title to four journalists and a newspaper that the magazine says "are representatives of a broader fight by countless others around the world."
Google is still having trouble protecting the personal information on its Plus service, prodding the company to accelerate its plans to shut down a little-used social network created to compete against Facebook.
Auto theft is up six per cent across the country, according to a report released Tuesday by the Insurance Bureau of Canada. Ford F-series trucks are at the top of the latest annual list.
At least three Canadians say they're struggling to access medical care, even though they're here to stay.
Three years ago today, the first government plane filled with Syrian refugees touched down in Canada. Now, those first arrivals are eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship.
For a party that campaigned on cutting the waste, the PCs appear to be wasting a lot on hasty efforts to save a little. Penny-wise and pound foolish "for the people," I guess.
The family of a London, Ont., woman has won a court order compelling police to hand over details about the criminal investigation into the death of their mother at a care home where serial killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer was working, CBC News has learned.
The Canada Border Services Agency is looking at getting back into the reality TV show game, just two years after the federal privacy commissioner said the agency's show broke the law.
Britain's Parliament will vote on whether to approve Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal before Jan. 21, her spokesperson told reporters on Tuesday.
China and the United States discussed the road map for the next stage of their trade talks on Tuesday, during a telephone call between Vice Premier Liu He and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.
The embattled CFO of Huawei is expected to learn whether or not she will make bail in Vancouver. The answer may come down to the immigration status of her venture capitalist husband.
As China continues to threaten Canada with unnamed “consequences” if it doesn't release the chief financial officer of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, some in Canada’s business community are openly worried about what’s coming next.
A delegation from Drayton Valley braved freezing rain Monday to deliver bags of letters addressed to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the Alberta legislature.
When Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O’Regan left journalism, he said it was “a shock to his system,” a painful time in his life that gave him insight into how members of the Canadian military feel as they take off their uniforms for the last time.
Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr wants a Canadian passport to travel to Saudi Arabia and permission to speak to his controversial sister.
Just weeks after child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic was returned to prison after being transferred to an Indigenous healing lodge, the victim's father has learned that her co-conspirator in the murder, Michael Rafferty, was transferred to a medium security prison in March.
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