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A Winnipeg reservist who the military said died during training last November in fact stepped away from other soldiers on that exercise and killed himself a year after telling his superiors he was being bullied and harassed.
The Public Interest Advocacy Centre, the voice behind some of the country’s most important consumer protections, is at risk of having to close its doors for good. And it says the CRTC, the regulator it has so often prodded over the past 42 years, is to blame for its financial troubles.
More than 600 vehicles, ranging from pickups to semis, convoyed through Grande Prairie in northwestern Alberta on Sunday as part of a rally supporting the province’s oil and gas industry.
Canada has been granted consular access to Michael Spavor, the second Canadian detained by China this week.
After weeks of fevered tabloid speculation about tensions between younger members of the Royal Family, media attention will focus on how everyone appears to be getting along in public at Christmas.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce says the business community in Canada is solidly backing carbon pricing as the way for it to "play its part in the fight against climate change" — and it wants governments to stop playing politics and waffling about it.
Seeking asylum in the U.S was not an option — not after President Donald Trump's anti-immigrant policies and rhetoric. So I made my way to Canada. This was not an easy decision by any means.
Trudeau says he is happy to rule out the prospect of a snap ballot, meaning Canadians can expect to go to the polls Oct. 21.
Canada's trailblazing move to legalize cannabis for recreational use, which sparked an entirely new industry and had wide-ranging implications for nearly every facet of society, has been voted The Canadian Press business news story of the year.
Malaysia says it has filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs and two of the U.S. bank's former employees in connection with a corruption and money laundering probe at state fund 1MDB.
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including a surgeon who may be filming patients without their consent, a jump in auto thefts across the country, and recall of U by Kotex tampons.
A low unemployment rate coupled with greater desire for growth on the job means employers must step up their game to keep staff happy. A survey conducted by Nielson has found that three quarters of employees surveyed would leave their jobs for another opportunity.
While a Huawei executive faces possible U.S. charges over trade with Iran, the Chinese tech giant's ambition to be a leader in next-generation telecoms is colliding with security worries abroad.
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