If Russian President Vladimir Putin is indeed pulling the strings in this U.S. election, he's likely less interested in shaking up the outcome of the race than in proving a point about American democracy, experts say.
CBC’s Marketplace investigated why it’s so hard for fans to get good seats and found that only one-third of tickets for the Tragically Hip’s Man Machine Poem tour made it to fans at face value.
New allegations of sexual assault have emerged against a Catholic priest and convicted sex offender, the CBC News has learned.
Canadian lawmakers could raise what's known as the de minimis level and make it dramatically cheaper for their constituents to buy goods online from the U.S. The trouble is, Neil Macdonald writes, the most obvious upside would be for Canadian consumers, and they don't lobby.
Bombardier is cutting its Canadian workforce by another 2,000 people as it trims its global staffing level by almost 10 per cent or 7,500 people.
Netflix may be winning the war on cross-border watchers, but some of its targets refuse to go down without a fight. A handful of unblocking companies are finding ways around the Netflix blocks, says the consumer tech security website Comparitech.
After the Jays crushing playoff loss, the veteran reliever is still dreaming of winning a World Series. And he wants to do it in Toronto.
The Trudeau government's failure to fill vacant citizenship judge positions is increasing delays for those seeking Canadian citizenship.
After being forced to flee their homes, witnessing brutal violence and the destruction of their communities, many in northeastern Nigeria are now facing another pressing risk — severe malnutrition and starvation.
It may sound a bit childish, but bot (automated) Twitter accounts like @loserDonldTrump and thousands of others are changing the conversations around this election. They might even be changing minds.
Vancouver-based yoga giant Lululemon is asking the federal government to exempt it from the temporary foreign workers program so it can hire highly-specialized talent from elsewhere at a quicker pace.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both attending the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, where tradition dictates that the candidates deliver humorous remarks poking fun at each other and themselves, a jovial custom that seems hard to envision amid such an ugly campaign.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing growing calls to confirm his commitment to overhauling Canada's voting system. After promising electoral reform in last fall's federal election and launching a comprehensive public consultation process, Trudeau muddied the waters this week.
ISIS militants have taken 550 families from villages around Mosul and are holding them close to Islamic State locations in the Iraqi city, probably as human shields, the UN says. The militants have also launched deadly attacks in Kirkuk in a bid to divert Iraqi forces away from the Mosul fight.
Major messaging services like Snapchat, Skype and BlackBerry's BBM are not taking basic steps to ensure privacy, according to Amnesty International.