Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced a new "family tax cut," a limited version of an income-splitting promise he made during the 2011 federal election, as well as a boost to the monthly universal child care benefit and a higher child care expenses deduction.
A woman from New Brunswick alleges former CBC host Jian Ghomeshi choked and beat her during a weekend at his home in Toronto in 2012, causing bruises and mental anguish.
Researchers probing the 1937 disappearance of famed American aviator Amelia Earhart's plane say they now believe a slab of aluminum found decades ago on an uninhabited island in the Pacific Ocean came from her aircraft.
While the near-constant news of car recalls could leave a consumer feeling a bit lost, CBC's Marketplace has laid out a roadmap of your rights if your car is recalled.
Lawyers in British Columbia have voted 74 per cent in favour of reversing the law society's earlier decision to recognize graduates of Trinity Western University's School of Law.
The General Motors ignition switch defect is being probed as the 'possible and probable explanation' of a fatal 2013 crash in Quebec, a fifth estate investigation reveals.
Moscow and Kyiv have clinched a deal that will guarantee that Russian gas exports flow into Ukraine and beyond to the European Union throughout the winter despite their intense rivalry over the fighting in eastern Ukraine.
Former Assembly of First Nations national chief Shawn Atleo has been named to head B.C.'s first Shqwi qwal for Indigenous Dialogue.
Bell Media announced a new streaming service Thursday that will give Canadian customers access to HBO's entire library of scripted television shows.
When asked if bank CEOs are paid too much, Ed Clark, the outgoing CEO of TD Canada Trust answers with an unhesitating ‘Yes.’
TransCanada has officially filed for government approval for the $12 billion Energy East pipeline project with the National Energy Board.
Microsoft is entering the wearable technology market with a fitness band that also checks your email and even pays for coffee as the software
Rogers Communications continues to build its digital presence with a new $100-million partnership with Vice Media that will create Canadian content.