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An Ontario transit agency says it was in the crosshairs of a North Korean cyberattack earlier this month.
The Shape of Water's 13 Oscar nominations are more of Guillermo del Toro spreading the word, says Hamilton's mayor.
The deputy chief of Grassy Narrows says waiting until 2021 for an interim fix to provide drinkable water to homes in the community currently hooked up to well systems with uranium-tainted water is 'not good enough.'
Canada is now ready to sign on to a Pacific Rim trade deal with 10 other nations after three days of intense negotiations in Tokyo resolved the Trudeau government's concerns over protections for intellectual property, culture and the auto sector.
Hiding ethnic-sounding names from resumes had no real bearing on who's picked from the pile of applications for jobs in the federal public service, a pilot project on blind hiring found.
Bombardier risks losing a hotly-contested U.S. trade dispute on Thursday which would effectively bar its C Series jet from the United States for at least a year, a potential setback as the Canadian plane-and-train maker races to meet its 2018 delivery targets and attract sales from American carriers.
As Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott laid out the goals of her new department on Tuesday, her briefing documents showed stark health challenges.
A New Brunswick photographer didn’t have to look far to find his muse. In fact, he found it where he works.
A campaign has been launched to "axe the tax" when it comes to increases of a federal tax on beer. But will the increase cost to brewers hurt consumers? Experts say not really - at least not at first.
The federal government has committed to building a railway bypass for Lac-Mégantic, nearly five years after a runaway train derailed and blew up in the centre of town, killing 47 people.
Some teachers in Waterloo now feel the need to wear Kevlar vests to protect themselves due to the growing trend of violence in classrooms in the Waterloo Region District School Board.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged international leaders to do more to promote women's rights, including confronting widespread concerns over sexual misconduct and assault, on the main stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Tuesday.
The owner of some of the biggest restaurant chains in Canada is about to get a bit bigger after Cara Operations struck a deal to buy The Keg steakhouses for $200 million.
A Winnipeg woman whose parents were killed in Jamaica two weeks ago is still waiting for answers about their deaths and hoping she can soon bring their bodies back to Canada.
The lawyer for a Calgary man charged with beating a university professor with a broomstick says violence is completely out of character for his client, while one of Matthew Brown's former hockey team managers says he's "flabbergasted."
Homicide investigators believe the gunman who mistakenly killed a Greater Toronto Area woman last year also perpetrated the high-profile shooting death of an infamous Hamilton crime figure a few months later.
A Somali asylum seeker charged with assaulting a Canadian border guard last April, has been deported — but it wasn't those charges that had him removed. Ahmed Aden Ali was deemed inadmissible to Canada because he had been earlier convicted of grand theft auto in the U.S.