U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump vowed on Wednesday that anyone who is in the United States illegally would be subject to deportation if he is elected, stressing his hardline position after flirting with a softer approach.
Like many Canadians, Toronto police officer Keith Tauro recently got a voicemail message, part of an ongoing scam, saying he owed the government money. He decided to call the scammer back — and convinced the man at the other end of the phone to tell him just how his operation works.
Monday morning started off like any other work day for Pradeep Guruge, but it ended with the loss of his wife and one of his daughters in a horrific car crash. Guruge spoke to CBC News about his family's loss.
As the country grapples with a growing number of opioid-related deaths, Health Canada is making six chemicals used in the production of the potent drug fentanyl illegal.
The trial of Andrea Giesbrecht, who is accused of concealing the remains of six infants in a Winnipeg storage locker, will hear closing arguments on Friday after the final witness — her husband — finished testifying today.
Canada's ambassador to China says the government will announce that seven additional visa offices will open in the country.
The man charged with killing his mother and two brothers in the so-called crossbow slayings turned to robbing banks in 2009 to pay more than $60,000 in debts he'd largely accrued in two romantic relationships, according to parole and bankruptcy documents.
Donald Trump travelled to Mexico on Wednesday to meet President Enrique Pena Nieto, saying the subject of a border wall to control illegal immigration came up, but the two "didn't discuss" who would pay for it. Pena Nieto later contradicted that claim.
The federal government wants officials in the Syrian regime who orchestrated a series of chemical weapons attacks on their own people to be prosecuted under international law.
An Ontario man is cloning his much-loved dog, Woofie, because he says the dog saved his life.
Spain's prime minister lost a confidence vote Wednesday. If he loses another on Friday, a third election in the space of a year could be in the cards — on Christmas Day.
The chief commissioner of the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada says it could be a while before the panel will have much to reveal about its work.
On Tuesday morning, the special Commons committee on electoral reform was presented with a novel idea: perhaps our democracy could be significantly improved without blowing up the basic system we use to elect our representatives.
Scientists recently announced they had found an Earth-like planet in the star system next door. What will it take to send spacecraft there? And how close are we?
Canada Post will be forced to confront lost business, a massive pension shortfall and a parliamentary review of its operations in the coming years, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business says.