- New Justin Trudeau: 7 surprising revelations from his memoir
- Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's new memoir includes surprising revelations about growing up at 24 Essex, his brother's death and father's illness, and why he think his father would be OK with his hardline party stance on abortion.
- New Lynn Gehl challenges Indian status denial in Ontario court
- An Algonquin-Anishinaabe woman from eastern Ontario is challenging the federal government in court on Monday after she was denied Indian status more than a decade ago.
- GO PUBLIC Negative online reviews can lead to threats of legal action from targeted businesses
- A growing number of companies are going on the offensive against people who post negative online reviews about their businesses. An Ottawa student learned that the hard way, as Go Public found out.
- Six indigenous cookbooks to warm you up
- While pop culture is exploring Paleo diets, indigenous people have been practicing this from time immemorial. Here are some great cookbooks featuring recipes from Indigenous people across Turtle Island to inspire every day acts of cultural resurgence in the kitchen.
- FinTRAC, Canadian financial intelligence agency, tracks funds to ISIS
- Canada's financial intelligence agency says it is actively helping police and spies follow the money flowing into the coffers of Islamic extremists fighting overseas.
- New Could Ebola rank among the deadliest communicable diseases?
- About 10 million people died of communicable diseases around the world in 2010. If WHO projections are accurate, and the epidemic continues at their projected rate for another six months, Ebola could rank number six.
- Simushir and tugboat Barbara Foss expected in Prince Rupert tonight
- A large American tug boat is pulling a disabled Russian cargo ship to a port in Prince Rupert on British Columbia's north coast, ending fears that the vessel, which lost power Thursday night, would drift ashore, hit rocks and spill hundreds of tons of fuel.
- New How foreign online streaming will upset the Bell and Rogers apple carts
- Canadians who want to view specialty channels and watch their favourite shows must now go through their cable providers, like Bell and Rogers. But some industry experts say that may change. It's already happening south of the border.
- Yukon woman killed in bear attack
- Claudia Huber, from the Teslin, Yukon area, was killed by a bear Saturday.
- Rob Ford asked to leave Ward 17 advance voting station
- Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was asked to leave an advance voting location on Saturday, city staff has confirmed.
- Crude price drop top of mind as oilpatch reporting season begins
- The recent rout in oil prices will likely be top of mind for investors as Canada's top oilpatch players release their third-quarter results over the next few weeks.
- Canada's Ebola response gets fresh test in Nova Scotia
- Nova Scotia has been chosen for a second test of Canada’s response to Ebola.
- Foreign caregivers backlog grows as families wait for residency
- The number of individuals waiting for permanent resident status under a program that brings foreign caregivers and nannies to Canada has ballooned to more than 60,000, according to documents released under an access to information request.
- Neil Bantleman's brother pens letter to Canadian government for support
- The family of a Canadian detained in Indonesia in connection with a high-profile child sexual assault investigation has written an open letter asking the Canadian government to issue a statement recognizing the situation.
- Hurricane Gonzalo douses Newfoundland, moves offshore
- Hurricane Gonzalo pushed away from Newfoundland on Sunday leaving sunny skies and warm temperatures, but not before it drenched the southern and eastern parts of the island.
- Ebola outbreak: Canada can do more, Liberian ambassador says
- Liberia's ambassador to Canada is asking the Canadian government to step up its response to the Ebola outbreak by sending more health-care workers, medical supplies, as well as the experimental drug to West Africa.
- Stephen Harper warns Canadians about spread of Ebola
- Prime Minister Stephen Harper is warning Canadians about the potential for the spread of Ebola, saying that much like polio the disease must not be underestimated.
- What hurricane? Rain, wind whip Cape to Cabot runners
- A foot race that organizers dub as one of the most gruelling in eastern North America lived up to its name Sunday, with runners hitting the pavement as Hurricane Gonzalo grazed Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula.
- Natrel milk recalled due to spoilage in Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia
- The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced the recall of Natrel milk products due to spoilage.
- Lucic apologizes to Bruins, Habs organizations and fans
- Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic spoke to the media on Saturday, and apologized for letting his emotions get the best of him Thursday night. He was fined $5,000 for making an obscene gesture in a game against the rival Montreal Canadiens.
- Former B.C. casino investigator calls suspicious transactions 'shocking'
- A CBC News investigation has sparked renewed calls to overhaul casino operations and tighten provincial regulations to curb suspected money laundering on some of B.C.'s most popular gaming floors.
- Canada’s Dumbest Charge: The 5 most frustrating fees
- CBC’s Marketplace asked viewers to rant about add-on charges, and more than 700 complaints about fees came from across the country. Marketplace narrowed the submissions down to five fees, and viewers can vote on the one that annoys them most.
- Jeffrey Baldwin statue unveiled in Greenwood Park
- Years after his tragic death, young Jeffrey Baldwin is remembered with the unveiling of a memorial statue in a Toronto park.
- Krista Boseley, aspiring Vancouver model, arrested in California drug bust
- An aspiring model and a private pilot, both from Canada, have been arrested on federal drug charges in Southern California after authorities say they arrived from Las Vegas in a private jet carrying drugs worth roughly $2 million.
- Jean Paul St. Pierre, mayor of Russell Township, dies Saturday
- The mayor of Russell Township, Jean Paul St. Pierre, died at the age of 65 on Saturday morning, just nine days before he was seeking re-election in eastern Ontario.
- Analysis Indigenous perspectives from Winnipeg to Sydney
- When I walked into the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy, I felt at home. A sacred fire was burning, elders were gathered, there was laughter in the air, and a familiar cause.
- Justin Trudeau: My father said 'I should never feel compelled to run for office'
- Pierre Trudeau, who knew firsthand the toll that politics could take on one's marriage and family life, told his eldest son there would be no pressure from him to enter politics, writes Justin Trudeau in his first memoir, Common Ground.
- Analysis ISIS threat could mute objections to expanded anti-terror laws, critics fear
- Could the government's move to expand existing anti-terror laws amid ISIS-inspired fears discourage MPs — particularly those in the opposition benches — from exercising full parliamentary due diligence?