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Global Affairs Canada is funding a program to send Canadian homeopaths to Honduras, one of Latin America’s poorest and most dangerous countries, to offer unproven treatments for serious infectious disease.
The seven young victims of Tuesday's fire will be remembered at a Halifax service that has been opened to the media and the wider community.
R. Kelly, the R&B star who has been trailed for decades by allegations that he violated underage girls and women and held some as virtual slaves, is due in court Saturday after being charged with aggravated sexual abuse.
The Department of Finance didn't inform the Canadian International Trade Tribunal investigating the merits of its emergency safeguards on foreign steel when it quietly signed an agreement to allow more Mexican steel to enter Canada without paying the surtax.
It is fitting that the Orange Wave's last stand will begin Monday, with a byelection in the Quebec riding where it all started, Outremont.
As top bishops from around the world gather at the Vatican for a summit on preventing sexual abuse of minors by clergy, victims of abuse have poured into Rome, too. Among them are many women like Wagner, here to draw attention to the abuse of nuns.
With no clear front-runner, and audience favourites like Bohemian Rhapsody and Green Book embroiled in controversy, the Oscars' best picture race has become a fierce and unpredictable campaign for the academy's top award. CBC talked to a pair of Oscar race experts to help break it all down.
Both sides in the confrontation between Venezuela’s socialist government, led by Nicolas Maduro, and the opposition led by Juan Guaido know that today — Saturday, Feb. 23 — could be the one that decides who rules Venezuela.
We still haven't heard from the scandal's key player, but details are emerging of the internal government conversations about SNC-Lavalin that led to the resignation of Jody Wilson-Raybould.
At the Kumbh Mela festival, the transgender community believes it is reclaiming the lost place in Hinduism for India's "third gender," known as the hijras, worshipped as demi-gods for thousands of years.
Jack Letts, the young British-Canadian man accused of travelling to Syria to fight for ISIS has told British broadcaster ITV News that he misses his mum, the TV show Dr. Who and the taste of English snacks.
Vancouver Coastal Health says there are now 10 confirmed measles cases in the current outbreak and there have been possible exposures in Vancouver, Richmond, Squamish, Whistler, and Steveston.
U.S. President Donald Trump has picked Kelly Craft, the U.S. ambassador to Canada, as his nominee to serve as the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
An Ontario man who travelled to Syria to support an al-Qaeda-affiliated terror group is set to be released — despite being considered of "high risk to public safety," according to a decision by the Parole Board of Canada.
The NHL has suspended Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid two games for an illegal check to the head of New York Islanders defenceman Nick Leddy.
A California couple pleaded guilty Friday to torture and years of abuse that included shackling some of their 13 children to beds and starving them to the point it stunted their growth.
The federal Liberal government cleared another hurdle standing in the way of constructing a $7.4 billion expansion to the Trans Mountain pipeline system Friday, securing new regulatory approvals from the National Energy Board.
A walnut-sized bee with a massive jaw and impressive wingspan has been spotted for the first time in nearly 38 years, proving its species is not extinct.
The federal government’s top bureaucrat revealed Thursday that former Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould was locked in a fierce battle with Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett and other ministers over the direction of the Indigenous rights framework.
There's no shortage of ways for thieves to steal your identity. From data breaches to phone scams, it could happen to anyone. But as some 27,000 Canadians report being victims of identity theft every year, a Marketplace investigation reveals Canada is doing little to match the strength of protections offered in the U.S.