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B.C.'s Court of Appeal will hand down a decision on Wednesday that could see a Surrey couple sent to jail for planting explosive devices on the grounds of the provincial legislature.
Former U.S. ambassador to China Gary Locke says Donald Trump undermined Canada over the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou when he remarked that he could intervene in the case if it helped secure a trade deal.
A pre-trial hearing for a top Canadian Navy officer accused of leaking cabinet secrets heard dramatic claims today about possible manipulation of the access-to-information system within the Department of National Defence.
Members of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board have acknowledged "unequivocally" that systemic racism exists in both the Thunder Bay Police Service and the civilian oversight board, after reviewing reports from the Office of the Independent Police Review Director and the Ontario Civilian Police Commission.
Tilray Inc. shares jump after the B.C.-based company takes another step to strengthen its medical marijuana business outside Canada through a new collaboration with Novartis pharmaceutical group's Sandoz AG.
Health Canada is taking steps to reduce the amount of alcohol allowed in the potent, sugary, premixed drinks that the agency says are becoming a growing risk to public health, especially for young people.
Taylor Fawcett, an aspiring opera singer, has launched a lispy, impassioned campaign to repair his damaged mug.
A former Calgary police officer has pleaded guilty, after thousands of child pornographic images were found on two cellphones, a computer tower and a laptop.
The federal government is promising more than $1.6 billion — most of it in loans — to support the ailing energy sector, but it's unlikely to snuff heightened political tension between Ottawa and Alberta.
Canada Post says its normal holiday service commitments are being restored across most of the country, except the West Coast.
Ontario's integrity commissioner confirmed Tuesday he is conducting an inquiry into the appointment of Toronto police Supt. Ron Taverner as the next OPP commissioner following a request by an NDP member about Premier Doug Ford.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is overhauling how Canada assesses big energy projects in a bid to ensure new projects can get built without the government having to buy them to make that happen.
After three lines of chemotherapy and a clinical trial failed to cure Stephen Saunders, his doctors offered him hope: to send him to Boston and modify his T-cells to attack the cancer that's otherwise left him months to live. But the Nova Scotia Health Department denied the request.
A rare look inside the government-sanctioned overdose prevention site in Toronto's Moss Park neighbourhood to meet people who work there and those who use it.
Falling real estate costs were supposed to attract buyers who had been priced out of the market. But that's not usually how markets work.
Transport Canada has unveiled a draft of new rules to protect air passengers. Critics question why, after two years in the making, those rules have yet to take effect.
A six-month-old girl is the first patient at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children to benefit from a new test that detects an infection that can cause hearing loss.
The tiny Arctic community of Gjoa Haven, NU, grieved over six tragic deaths in just two weeks in August. Now, CBC News has learned that some in the community are afraid that the tragedies are somehow linked to Parks Canada divers "disturbing" the newly discovered wrecks of the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror.