While lenders pushed loans, Canadians were willing borrowers. But as rates begin to rise, indebted consumers face withdrawal pangs.
Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau would have an easier time crafting this week's budget if oil prices would recover.
A CBC News investigation looks at the reasons why so many Canadian universities don't collect race-based data about their student communities even though many experts say the information could help schools better serve their students.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau would have an easier time crafting this week's budget if oil prices would recover.
An abandoned chairlift marks what once was a developed ski run that is now a destination for scientists who hope this site will lead to better forecasting of floods, drought and other weather patterns.
With Tinder Select, you're only connected to those in your supposed social strata — or as it was defined in past eras, the confines of your "class" — which only serves to reinforce our worst impulses to divide, discriminate and segregate.
The former Truth and Reconciliation Commission chair gave his first progress report on Canada's efforts to address decades of damage inflicted on Indigenous people since issuing 94 recommendations in 2015.
Carrots and milk are finally back on the shelves of the grocery store in the remote northern Manitoba community of Churchill after two major blizzards kept trains filled with supplies away for weeks.
A photographer whose work portrays the bodies of women "who don't want to fit the mold" says she is "floored" after being temporarily banned by Facebook — again.
Manitoba's Progressive Conservative government faced protesting students and the threat of a labour lawsuit Monday as it moved to freeze public-sector wages and raise post-secondary tuition fees.