A woman who has spent months informing '60s Scoop survivors about Ottawa's class-action settlement says she'll continue advising people to object to the deal, even after a federal judge approved the agreement.
Aurora Cannabis will buy medical marijuana firm MedReleaf for $3.2 billion in stock, cementing the company's status as the biggest company in the fast-growing cannabis space.
CBC News made the request to gauge the impact of the penalty imposed by the offshore regulator in the wake of a 2017 close call with an iceberg.
The plight of thousands of Canadian residents facing massive bills as a result of U.S. President Donald Trump’s tax reform will be on the agenda when a committee of MPs and senators heads to Washington this week.
New Democrat MP Christine Moore says she's taking legal action to fight a former soldier's allegations of sexual misconduct, which she describes as a "total lie" aimed at attacking her credibility.
Clare Drake, the legendary University of Alberta coach known as the winningest college hockey coach ever, died Sunday morning in his sleep, friends have confirmed.
The federal Liberal government, chastised last year in an auditor's report that found a lack of oversight of Canada's controversial temporary foreign workers program, is stepping up employer inspections and naming and shaming those caught breaking the rules.
56 per cent of the NDP's candidates in the upcoming spring election are women, the party said Sunday, the first time in Ontario that a major political party has fielded more women than men.
B.C.'s weekend weather was drier, but officials are warning locals that round two of flooding is likely on its way with warm weather expected to melt even more snow — sending more run-off into swamped communities.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he has spoken with a Manitoba member of Parliament who made a controversial comment about abortion in the House of Commons.