The Trump administration says North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons is an urgent national security threat and the U.S. will exert pressure through diplomatic measures and tighter economic sanctions.
An Ontario facility will start producing French's ketchup early next month as condiment companies continue to battle for Canadian dollars with displays of national pride.
A Regina man made his first court appearance Wednesday morning in a Grand Forks, N.D. courthouse, charged in connection with a human smuggling ring.
Two new reports found methane pollution from oil and gas facilities in northeastern B.C. is 2.5 times higher than what is currently being reported, and in Alberta it could be up to 60 per cent higher.
The remaining 13 candidates in the race to become the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada are taking part in the last leadership debate tonight in Toronto. CBCNews.ca is live streaming the debate.
The casualties of O'Leary's campaign include every innocent Canadian made to hear him stumble through confused diatribes, but more importantly, the many earnest volunteers, managers and donors who gave him their time and money, and who believed him to be a serious candidate.
Healthy adults who drank two cans of energy drinks showed short-term changes in electrical activity of their hearts compared with drinking the same amount of caffeine.
The chief of Sagkeeng First Nation wants the video of a vicious attack on a young woman — some say the same woman later found dead in the community — pulled off Facebook.
Toronto firefighter Rob Wonfor fought fatigue and kept a sunny attitude while pulling off the daring high-angle rescue of a young woman stuck on a crane pulley this morning.
A team of scientists believe they have found evidence of human activity in North America that dates back 130,000 years ago — more than 100,000 years than earlier believed.
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