Thousands of Canadians trying to file their census information online were cut off on May 2 because of website problems. Statistics Canada acknowledges it did not pre-test the image-rich webpage that led to severe congestion.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought to reassure Canadians waking up to jittery markets Friday that the country's economy is in a good position to weather the storm in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
From the U.K.'s market-shaking vote to quit the EU to the revamping of the Canada Pension Plan it was a busy week in business news. The CBC's Jacqueline Hansen is here to get you caught up in her weekly video recap.
A sea of red washed over global financial markets on Friday in reaction to Britons' shocking vote to Brexit the European Union, with the British pound down to its lowest point since 1985 and the Canadian dollar lost more than a cent against the U.S. dollar.
A father has been sentenced to four months in jail and his wife to three months of house arrest, after being found guilty of failing to provide the necessaries of life for their 19-month-old Alberta son, who died from bacterial meningitis.
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.
Another milestone in Canadian history. Upon confederation of Canada a “Great Seal” was required for government documents and official business. Approved by royal warrant it was actually never used as the Great Seal but was adopted as the “ad hoc” arms of Canada. [...[...]