The Belgian government has reached a deal to back the free trade pact between the European Union and Canada that was originally supposed to be signed today. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's trip is postponed until all of Belgium's regional parliaments approve a new declaration.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will name nine new, non-partisan senators today, bringing him within reach of his goal to transform the discredited Senate into a more reputable, independent chamber of sober second thought.
Over the last few years as Canadian house prices rose and rose, the world's big banks have warned a bubble was forming. Now that CMHC's adds its own warning, will anyone listen?
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence have spent a lot of time in Pennsylvania. His campaign is resonating in some areas of the state, but will they be enough to put him over the top on Nov. 8?
The Liberal government has said its plan to boost the Canada Pension Plan will have only short-term impacts on the economy and jobs. But CBC News has learned the "temporary" drag on employment is projected to last until 2035, according to internal Finance Department analyses.
Nearly 20 years after leading the charge to impeach President Bill Clinton, Newt Gingrich still bemoans the media fascination with sex over policy. The pretense that he's a policy guy who floats above the unseemliness of character investigations is laughable, Keith Boag writes.
Dennis Oland, who was just released from prison Tuesday after his murder conviction in his father's death was overturned by the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, will travel to Ottawa next week to attend his bail appeal hearing at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Israeli-Americans who back Donald Trump don the Republican candidate's trademark hats and T-shirts to show their support at a rally in Jerusalem.
Twitter Inc. said Thursday it would cut nine per cent of its global workforce to keep costs down as the microblogging service reported quarterly results that beat Wall Street expectations, lifting shares.
Analysts had expected a loss from Suncor in the third quarter of 2016, but it turned a profit instead as it pulled costs down to levels not seen in a decade.
Britain's economy grew more than expected in the third quarter despite uncertainty in the aftermath of the vote to leave the European Union.
The European Union's inability to complete a trade agreement with Canada is an embarrassment and could harm its ability to negotiate future deals, a European Parliament vice president said in a radio interview.