Two big banks are waving red flags about Toronto housing prices, calling them "simply unsustainable" and a "bubble" in separate reports.
A review announced by Canada's top financial watchdog after revelations that employees at the five major banks routinely pressure customers into signing up for products they don't need is unlikely to be effective, consumer advocates say.
A psychiatrist testified that Leslie Black, who pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of Marlene Bird, is haunted by childhood trauma that includes witnessing his mother's death.
On Wednesday, Karim Baratov's neighbours were stunned to find out the man they’d puzzled about was a target of a U.S. Department of Justice investigation into international data hacking.
Calgary's Scotiabank Saddledome is an "old, antiquated, inefficient building" that "doesn't hold a candle to what has been done in new arenas," NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said after touring the facility Wednesday.
A former school bus driver who sent sexually explicit text messages to a girl has been sentenced to five months in jail. He claims he was "just trying to help" the girl.
Google is asking Canadian students to submit a design for the banner atop the search engine home page to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.
It is "discouraging" that delegates at a convention of Saskatchewan rural municipalities passed a resolution to ask the federal government to expand self-defence laws to include property, says the head of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations.
Toronto police are warning the public about dating scams after a fraud scheme that spanned seven years.
It was a long, cold night for people stranded in the 300 vehicles stuck on a stretch of Highway 13 during Tuesday night's storm after a truck went off the road, blocking traffic, at around 7 p.m.