Prolonged negotiations between Canadian provincial and territorial leaders in Whitehorse have resulted in a new agreement on interprovincial trade. But it's unclear how significant the deal is until more information is released.
If political observers needed further proof that Donald Trump is a truly unconventional candidate, look no further than the disparate names who have thrown their support behind the Republican presidential nominee after a raucous week in Cleveland.
Gone are the good old days when an airline ticket included added perks like a checked bag. Now those perks will cost you. So CBC News did the research to help you avoid added airlines fees this summer.
From a high-profile fight between two of the biggest companies in the world, to a new government program that brings real money to families that need it, it was an up and down week for consumers in Canada. The CBC's Jacqueline Hansen sorts out the details in her weekly video recap.
Crude oil dipped below $44 US a barrel on Friday, extending a 1½-month decline and bringing it to its lowest level since mid-April, while the Canadian dollar was on track for a fifth straight day of decreases.
With less than two weeks until the opening of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, some are wondering whether organizers can actually pull off the event in the midst of a disastrous economic situation and worries ranging from security to the risk of Zika virus infection.
They can catch a whiff of human remains under 30 metres of water or buried in a mine shaft, and can tell the difference between, say, a dead raccoon and a dead hiker. And yet scientists still aren't 100 per cent sure how cadaver dogs manage to do this and the training community is still figuring out how to train them most effectively.
Two young families from Vancouver found an extreme way to get their kids to unplug this summer — paddling 1,800 kilometres up the Mackenzie River. 'If I was at home, they’d be on the iPad,' says Kevin Vallely.
Comedian Mike Ward's fine for making fun of a child with a disability is seen as Draconian by some, just by others. But some of the top names in comedy have claimed for a while that political correctness is strangling their art form.
Thousands of fans cheered, danced and cried as The Tragically Hip gave an energetic performance in Victoria — the first show of a cross-country tour that follows the revelation frontman Gord Downie, 52, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
Students in Toronto report feeling stress and anxiety that drives them to tears and to lose sleep. A wide-ranging survey of 103,000 students by the Toronto District School Board found they are uncertain and worried about their future. [...]
This week marks an important national anniversary for Canada. On February 15th, 1965, the first distinctly Canada official national flag was raised in the cold air on Parliament Hill, in the national capital, Ottawa.
Canada has will stop defending asbestos internationally. The federal government announced it will no longer block international efforts to add the cancer-causing mineral to a United Nations list of hazardous substances. [...]