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U.S. Senate leaders scrambled Tuesday to rescue their health-care bill, in deepening jeopardy as opposition from rebellious Republicans intensifies. The defections increased after Congress's nonpartisan budget referee said the measure would leave 22 million more people uninsured by 2026 than former president Barack Obama's law.
The new owners of the Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto have reached a deal that will see the Trump name removed from the property.
More parents across Canada are choosing to send their children to private or independent schools, according to a new study from the Fraser Institute.
Sean Spicer holds his first on-camera press briefing in a week, joined by Energy Secretary Rick Perry during what the Trump administration calls 'Energy Week'
The world’s biggest soccer body did not follow its own guidelines for assessing concussions at the 2014 World Cup, says a Canadian neurosurgeon.
A major ransomware attack on Tuesday hit computers at Russia's biggest oil company, the country's banks, Ukraine's international airport as well as global shipping firm A.P. Moller-Maersk.
The Royal Bank of Canada will pay almost $22 million in compensation to clients who were charged excess fees on some mutual funds and investments products.
A decision by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his cabinet to scrap plans for mixed-prayer at the revered Western Wall in Jerusalem exposes a rift between Israel and Jews living in the diaspora, CBC Middle East correspondent Derek Stoffel writes.
A new poll suggests that Canadians are deeply concerned about the loss of bees, with nine out 10 blaming pesticides for the sudden bee die-off. The survey was conducted for Friends of the Earth Canada to see how worried people are about the issue and to see how much they know about bees.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he broke his key electoral promise to reform Canada's electoral system because there was no compromise from other parties and he didn't want to use his Liberal majority to ram through fundamental change. He is taking questions in the National Press Theatre and CBCNews.ca will carry it live.
Source: CBC | Top Stories News