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Former Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt mocked U.S. President Donald Trump after he suggested a major incident had happened in the Scandinavian country, but also warned Trump's relationship with facts is dangerous.
Canada's Wireless Code was created in 2013 to help protect cellphone customers from runaway charges. But critics say it needs fine-tuning to help Canadians manage their growing thirst for data in our wireless world.
Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, attending a fundraising gala with Donald Trump, was called to the stage Saturday night to sing a tune he performed alongside another U.S. president more than 30 ago.
Most of Yukon went without power for a few hours Saturday after a hydro unit in Whitehorse went offline. But Yukoners took it in stride, with many sharing their experiences on social media. Here's what they had to say.
Forecasting oil demand used to be relatively simple business. But factors like ride-sharing programs, electric cars, and autonomous-driving systems are forcing experts to completely rethink their expectations for the future.
Ineffective laws that lag behind international standards have made Canada a hot spot for online piracy and copyright infringement, according to a group of rights holders that has again placed this country on a global watch list.
Justin Trudeau ended his European visit with a key note speech at a black tie dinner during which he warned an audience of Germany's business and political elite that corporate practices had to change if future trade deals were going to be possible.
Could a clear piece of plastic prevent future attacks on transit drivers? After a Winnipeg driver was killed by a passenger this week, it's a question on the minds of many who make a living behind the wheel, both in Manitoba and elsewhere.
Following a grassroots boycott of Trump products, some retailers have stopped carrying the brand. But other stores continue to sell Ivanka Trump's fashions, and their reasons may be a mix of many factors, including politics.
U.S. President Donald Trump has been unflinchingly clear on one point this week: he views leaks from his White House as illegal, even treasonous, and means to hunt down those behind them. So how then will reporters handle leaks when they get them?
The first Canadian troops assigned to NATO's deterrence force in Latvia will arrive in the Baltic country by June, the country's chief of defence staff said Friday. The deployment of 450 troops to check a resurgent Russia was agreed to by the Trudeau government last summer.
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday after meeting with his Ukrainian, German and French counterparts in Munich that a ceasefire between Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists will start on Monday.
In the wake of the Quebec City mosque massacre, the Liberals see their anti-Islamophobia motion as a defining matter of leadership. Conservatives, meanwhile, have drawn a line under Islamophobia and want to see the word defined.
Police say they are investigating messages sent to Liberal MP Iqra Khalid and increasing patrols around her constituency office and home. Khalid has received thousands of angry emails since tabling a motion to condemn Islamophobia.
The number of refugee claims made at Canadian land border crossings has more than doubled over the past two years, surging to 7,023 in 2016. But the spike isn't unusual and represents a return to the volume of refugees Canada has previously received, experts say.
British Columbia is signing on to the health-care deal with the federal government, CBC News has learned. The deal to be announced today will give B.C. its share of new funding for home care and mental health, as well as money to deal with the opioid crisis.
The Trump administration is considering a proposal to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants, including millions living nowhere near the Mexico border, according to a draft memo obtained by The Associated Press. The White House says the report is false.
One year after Marketplace tests on low-cost jewelry from popular fashion chains showed high levels of cadmium in some items, one retailer says it has adopted a new testing regime in an effort to reduce levels of the toxic metal in its products.
U.S. immigration officials arrested a woman in an El Paso, Texas, courthouse last week moments after she was granted a restraining order. El Paso assistant county attorney Lucila Flores Camarena worries this will have a "chilling effect" for victims of domestic violence.
A former Bank of Canada governor says Canadians, especially those living in Ontario, need to get used to paying more to prop up needed infrastructure spending, and the Liberal government needs to do a better job of getting that message out there.
An outpouring of grief is expected at the sentencing hearing Friday for Douglas Garland — convicted a day earlier of killing a Calgary couple and their grandson after five weeks of heart-rending and oft-grotesque testimony.
Thursday's epic news conference no doubt left many White House reporters stunned. After all, aside from showing up late, Donald Trump broke every single rule. No script and no surrender. His supporters will be thrilled.
North Korea said Friday it will reject the results of an autopsy on leader Kim Jong-un's estranged half brother, the victim of an apparent assassination this week at an airport in Malaysia. Pyongyang's ambassador said Malaysian officials may be "trying to conceal something" and "colluding with hostile forces."
A national grassroots protest organized entirely through social media called for immigrant staff at to go on strike Thursday by staying at home for the day as a response to U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
Canadian intelligence agencies could end up feeling the pain of the bruising political fight unfolding in Washington over leaks and the alleged ties of some in the Trump administration to Russia, experts warned on Thursday.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will seek on Saturday to soothe allies unnerved by his boss's unorthodox statements on Russia and NATO as he stresses America's commitment to Europe during the first major foreign address for the Trump administration.
RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson signed off on more than $1.7 million worth of what is called "at risk" performance pay last year for 90 senior officers, not including himself - at a time when rank and file Mounties have gone nearly three years without a raise.
With a two-week-old baby at home, homicide Det. Lee Treit was on deck to lead the investigation into Calgary's next suspicious death. That was June 29, 2014, the last day Nathan O'Brien, 5, and his grandparents were seen alive. The next day, Treit's investigation would begin.
Cheaper cars and more cheese — these are among the options Canadians consumers are poised to face now that EU lawmakers have approved the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. Here are some highlights from the historic Canada-EU treaty.
A Conservative bid to remove the "Islamophobia" reference from the text to condemn religious discrimination is a "cynical" attempt to serve political purposes, says Canadian Heritage Minister Melanie Joly.
People with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have distinct differences in their brain structure, a new study finds, suggesting the disorder should be considered a neurological condition and not simply a behavioural problem.
The Liberal MP who tabled an anti-Islamophobia motion says she has been bombarded with hate mail and threats of violence. Mississauga, Ont. MP Iqra Khalid told the House of Commons today she received more than 50,000 responses to M-103.
It was to be expected that filling the White House with political novices and their favourite anarchist bloggers could produce this sort of calamity. The mistake was thinking — or hoping — that Team Trump would transform when it entered the Oval Office.
A Calgary jury has found Douglas Garland guilty of three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of a five-year-old boy and his grandparents after deliberating for 8½ hours. Watch live as Garland's lawyers react to the verdict.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu finally has the U.S. president he's always wanted. But Donald Trump's famous unpredictability may prove him to be not the leader that Israel's right wing has been longing for, writes the CBC's Derek Stoffel.