Health Canada offers DNA tests to people born at Norway House Indian Hospital in northern Manitoba following recent revelations that a second pair of men had been switched at birth at the government-run facility 41 years ago.
A professor from Montreal who has been imprisoned in Iran was recently hospitalized, is barely conscious and can hardly walk or talk, according to family.
A look at some of the stories in the comedian's strange new memoir, some of which may be true.
Those convicted of violent crimes are often ordered by the court not to own guns or crossbows — the weapon police say killed two brothers in a triple homicide in Scarborough last week — but because there's no regulation of crossbows, retailers don't know who they shouldn't be selling to.
The Liberals have already launched an appeal for donations to mount a campaign in Stephen Harper's old riding. Considering their slim chances there and in byelections to be held in two other Alberta seats, are the Liberals serious?
McDonald's is promoting its new preservative-free Chicken McNuggets with a commercial that says, "We all want what's best for our kids." Some health advocates claim the ad is misleading because it implies processed McNuggets are good for children.
Former Conservative senator Hugh Segal delivers a key report this week on a plan by Ontario to launch a pilot project to guarantee a minimum income for participants in a community still to be selected. In an interview, Segal gives some hints about the report's contents — and rebuts critics who say such programs foster laziness.
Things are looking up for U.S. drone advocates. New Federal Aviation Administration rules allowing companies to fly small unmanned aerial vehicles for commercial purposes came into effect this week.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is well-known for his use of social media in Canada, but what will he do in China, where social media services are heavily monitored and censored?
Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers have again agreed to extend mediation aimed at resolving their labour dispute by another 24 hours.
Israeli authorities say they plan to clamp down on some 25,000 Palestinians working inside Israel illegally. But the illegal workers continue to make their way in. See how two young Palestinian make the dangerous journey.
The European Union says Ireland has given illegal tax benefits worth up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion US) to Apple Inc. and must now recover the unpaid back taxes from the U.S. technology company, plus interest.
Canada's advertising industry is taking long-overdue steps to curb misleading posts on blogs and social media that double as paid product endorsements in an effort to keep so-called influencers honest.
Scientists have found evidence to support what many dog owners have long believed: man's best friend really does understand some of what we're saying.
A woman captured on video texting while driving an SUV down an Ottawa street — then nearly clipping a motorcyclist while changing lanes — likely won't be charged because of limited resources, according to Ottawa police.