Conservative MPs will vote on whether to expel eastern Ontario MP Derek Sloan from the party caucus on Wednesday morning in response to Sloan accepting a donation from a notorious white nationalist during his bid to lead the party.
Canadians who made the journey to Florida this winter are being offered the COVID-19 vaccine. But they also face a backlash from some Floridians who argue non-residents shouldn’t have early access to vaccines that are currently in short supply.
Calgary fire Chief Steve Dongworth called reports of racism in his fire halls "concerning" and says problem employees are difficult to deal with because they're "very clever" and "very subtle" in how they operate.
Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is explicitly pointing his finger at U.S. President Donald Trump for helping to spur the attack on the Capitol by the outgoing president's supporters earlier this month.
Alexei Navalny, Russia's main opposition figure, is in a Moscow jail, with his supporters confronting the existential question of how his political movement will survive with him sidelined, in all likelihood for a very long time.
Sarah Thomas will cap her sixth NFL season by becoming the first female to officiate the Super Bowl in NFL history.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today he will continue to press Canada's case for the Keystone XL pipeline project with the incoming Biden administration in the U.S., which is poised to rescind the presidential permit allowing cross-border construction tomorrow.
One of Canada's most prominent technology darlings is being sold to a South Korean internet conglomerate in a $600 million US deal.
A member of Ontario's COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force has resigned after she travelled outside of Canada in December, the premier's office says.
The more opportunities the coronavirus has to replicate, the more it will evolve, potentially creating a new variant that won't be mitigated by current vaccines. With concerning sets of mutations already popping up around the world, scientists are on high alert.
CBC News will have comprehensive coverage before, during and after the official swearing-in of U.S. president-elect Joe Biden and vice-president-elect Kamala Harris at noon ET Wednesday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Alberta Premier Jason Kenney both decided their governments would take ownership stakes in two different pipeline projects stuck in limbo. But only one of the leaders had significant control over what happened next.