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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce Wednesday that the federal government is buying two more Arctic patrol ships on the top of the six it has already ordered from Halifax-based Irving Shipbuilding.
Many homemade sunscreens could put children and adults at risk of a burn, a study of products on Pinterest suggests.
Canada is among the leaders in the world when it comes to phasing out the use of coal for power generation, according to a recent report that shows the country drastically reduced coal supply over a five-year period.
An Ontario firefighter alleges his human rights were violated when he wasn't provided sufficient vegan food while battling a massive blaze in British Columbia.
Ken Pereira will run in the federal election for the People's Party of Canada, the new political party led by Maxime Bernier. He claims the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States were a false flag operation to justify new wars.
The U.S. House of Representatives committee that would handle any impeachment of President Donald Trump convened a hearing today with another empty chair at the witness table, as former White House counsel Don McGahn refused to testify.
Normand Trahan, owner of the St-Édouard Zoo in central Quebec, is facing criminal charges after roughly 100 animals were seized at the facility.
The father of a 32-year-old B.C. pilot killed in a plane crash in Honduras on Saturday says he had spoken with his son Patrick earlier that morning and the family is still trying to piece together the tragedy.
Three-time Formula One world champion Niki Lauda, who won two of his titles after a horrific crash that left him with serious burns and went on to become a prominent figure in the aviation industry, has died. He was 70.
The IBM-built Phoenix pay system software was supposed to save millions of dollars a year by simplifying payroll for federal workers. Instead, it wreaked havoc on workers’ T4s and pay stubs — while the costs for taxpayers ballooned. Parliamentary reporter Hannah Thibedeau explains how we ended up here.
Source: CBC | Top Stories News