The federal government will announce on Friday the combat role Canada will play in the fight against ISIS, a day before the current 30-day mission ends, and Prime Minister Stephen Harper is ready to make the case for sending CF-18s, CBC News has learned.
Hong Kong's leader is willing to let pro-democracy demonstrations blocking large areas of the city go on for weeks if necessary, a source close to him said, while defiant protesters vowed they would escalate their occupation.
The first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. initially went to a Dallas emergency room last week but was sent home, even after telling a nurse that he had been in disease-ravaged West Africa, the hospital says.
Jun Lin’s family had been pressuring him to marry a woman, and he broke up with his boyfriend only weeks before being killed, a Montreal court heard today at the Luka Magnotta murder trial.
Here's a look at the top 10 countries with the highest level of well-being for older people, according to the Global AgeWatch Index, released Sept 30, 2014. HelpAge International’s Global AgeWatch Index measures the social and economic welfare of those over 60.
Alberta Health Services says it's investigating four cases of paralysis in children, but the patients have not been diagnosed with Enterovirus D68.
Would China be willing to kill the golden goose that is Hong Kong just to crush democracy? Don Pittis argues China can save Hong Kong's prosperity and its democracy.
In a deal valued at just over $307 million, three parcels of land—in Point Grey, Cambie and West Vancouver—are now held in joint ownership by a coalition of B.C. First Nations and the Canada Lands Agency.
An Edmonton investment manager has a dire warning about the Canadian real estate market: a major correction is coming.
An Ontario coffee roaster and grinder is suing U.S. giant Keurig for anti-competitive behaviour, claiming it is keeping the price of single-serve coffee pods artificially high for consumers.
Staples Canada closed 15 of its 331 stores at the end of September, saying it is shutting underperforming locations in an effort to improve its results.
Six months after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sounded a warning on generic drugmaker Apotex’s quality standards, Health Canada has moved to ban the import of all drugs and drug ingredients from three factories in India, two of them associated with Apotex.
Netflix's foray into original movie making is stirring up controversy, as theatre owners balk at sharing film premiere dates with online streaming sites.