Toller Cranston, one of figure skating's greatest artistic innovators, has died in Mexico at the age of 65.
Missing snowboarder Julie Abrahamsen has been found alive three days after she was last seen on Blackcomb Mountain, Whistler RCMP said on Saturday.
Shinzo Abe called the apparent killing of a Japanese captive by ISIS militants "outrageous and impermissible," and called for the release of a Japanese journalist being held by the group.
Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill is one of the most famously quotable - and misquoted - people in western history. Here are some of his oft-cited lines.
As Target Canada prepares to shut its doors, key managers will walk away with thousands of dollars of extra cash. But none of its approximately 17,000 front-line workers will be so lucky.
Canadians are being warned about a new credit card phishing scam that is targeting people in the early morning, when they are sleepy and potentially vulnerable.
Greeks began voting on Sunday in an election expected to bring in a government led by the left-wing party Syriza, which has pledged to take on international lenders and roll back painful austerity measures imposed during years of economic crisis.
RCMP say an evacuation order affecting homes in Grand Desert, N.S., has been lifted after a hazardous materials team spent days removing chemicals from a cottage linked to suspect Christopher Phillips.
The global economic outlook just got brighter after this week's big stimulus from the European Central Bank, leading policymakers from around the world say, but some worry it may ease pressure on governments to do more to reform their economies.
From falling oil to a shocker rate cut from the Bank of Canada, to robotic cars and our waning appetite for fast food, the CBC's Jacqueline Hansen gets you caught up on a busy week in financial news in this video recap.
The Toronto stock market closed slightly higher Friday as consumer stocks advanced in the wake of a strong retail report.
Canada's annual inflation rate slowed to 1.5 per cent in December, down from two per cent in November, as the plunging price of gasoline again helped to rein in the cost of living.