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The chances of the Russian flag flying at next year's Olympics took a potentially lethal hit Friday when anti-doping regulators recommended the country be declared non-compliant for tampering with data that was supposed to help bring the entire cheating episode to a close.
A Winnipeg hotel had no carbon monoxide detectors on site at the time of an accidental leak that sent 46 people to hospital this summer, a provincial investigation has found.
An email sent by an official at Transport Canada urging Boeing to remove an anti-stall system involved in two 737 Max crashes reflects "working-level discussions" and was not reviewed by the Canadian regulator, the agency said on Friday.
An Ontario court has thrown out a $210-million defamation lawsuit launched by Subway against CBC, which had reported the sandwich chain may have been selling some poultry products that were only 50 per cent chicken DNA.
It’s still up to Canada to mend fences if it wants better relations with China, the country's new ambassador to Canada suggested today during his first official press conference in Canada.
The Crown has dropped the charges against one of the officers in a shooting involving two Niagara police officers last year.
After a poll that found Quebecers would feel the most pleased to see Alberta separate from Canada, Premier Jason Kenney said Friday the two provinces have more in common than some may think.
Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage is calling her first face-to-face meeting with federal Natural Resources Minister Seamus O'Regan a "very good start."
The global trading system that took decades to build is days away from disarray as the U.S. appears keen to paralyze the World Trade Organization's enforcement system.
Kaillie Humphries was doing a track inspection in Lake Placid, N.Y., recently when she ran into some members of Canada's bobsleigh team. Brief hellos were exchanged, and then everyone kept going. This is Humphries' new reality.
Source: CBC | Top Stories News