It wasn’t all bromance and backslaps in Ottawa when U.S. President Barack Obama addressed Parliament on Wednesday. Behind the closed doors of his bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the tone abruptly changed from convivial to tense over softwood lumber.
Investigators have confirmed that a woman's body pulled from the rubble of a Mississauga, Ont., house flattened by an explosion Tuesday is that of one of the homeowners.
The attack on the Istanbul airport is but the latest trauma in a nightmare couple of years for Turkey. It has been battered by terrorism, overflows of foreign refugees, political turmoil, and even a headlong descent into friendless international isolation.
Researchers can now study pregnant tiger sharks in their natural habitat without cutting them open and killing their babies, thanks to ultrasound technology.
A year after a video was posted to YouTube showing a man riding a moose, two Fort Nelson men have been charged.
A funnel cloud skirted around the fairgrounds at the Ponoka Stampede in central Alberta and may have touched down in a Ponoka neighbourhood Thursday afternoon.
Hours before the fatal election-night shooting, Richard Bain visited his brother's wife at the hospital and asked for directions to the Metropolis concert hall, the court learned on Thursday.
London's former mayor Boris Johnson — popular with the public and widely considered a front-runner for the prime minister's job — rules himself out of the race after the defection of a key ally.
From the meeting of the leaders of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico in Ottawa to VW's $10B plan to deal with vehicles affected by its emissions scandal, it was a busy week in business news. The CBC's Jacqueline Hansen is here to get you caught up in her weekly video recap.
The Federal Court of Appeal has overturned approval of Enbridge's controversial Northern Gateway project after finding Ottawa failed to properly consult the First Nations affected by the pipeline.
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Thursday it is opening a preliminary investigation into 25,000 Tesla Motors Model S cars after a fatal crash involving a vehicle using the autopilot mode.
As time ticks down to settle a contract dispute between Canada Post and its 50,000 workers, courier companies are already seeing a boost in revenue as small businesses brace for the worst.
ExxonMobil is quietly lobbying for the U.S. to adopt a carbon tax, both in Washington circles and at the American Petroleum Institute.
Hershey says its board has unanimously rejected a takeover offer from Oreo maker Mondelez and that the offer provided 'no basis for further discussion.'