- Breaking Malaysian jet missing; airline contacting next of kin
- Developing Armed men take over Ukrainian military post in Crimea
- Developing 9 Russian soldiers training in Canada ordered to leave
- Developing PM Harper talks to U.K. and French leaders about Ukraine
- Developing Ex-Mountie charged in sex assaults dating to 1970s
- Developing No call for public inquiry in MPs' report on missing women
- Developing Ottawa tells Canadian railways to move grain each week
- Developing Government memo shows more delays in defence shipbuilding
- Developing Top court upholds condom tampering sex-assault conviction
- Developing Paralympics open with lavish ceremony in Sochi
A Malaysia Airlines jet carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew has lost contact with air traffic controllers, the carrier has confirmed. More
A Nova Scotia man who admitted he tampered with his girlfriend's condoms resulting in her pregnancy has lost his Supreme Court appeal and must now serve the balance of his 18-month jail sentence on a charge of sexual assault. More video
- Analysis Older and unemployed? Wait for the revolution read comments audio
- Former Mountie charged in 1970s-'80s sex assaults video
- Music doesn't move you? You might have musical anhedonia read comments
- Transgender woman's jail treatment prompts complaints video
- Elderly dementia patient slips hospital, takes cab 80 km audio
- Disabled RCMP vets strike benefits deal with Ottawa
- Air Canada may hike fares, fees due to low dollar
- University of Ottawa prof decries administration 'gutlessness' video audio
- Ukraine crisis leads to Canada expelling Russian soldiers video
- Photos Crufts dog show in Birmingham, England
- Analysis Why Earth needs a defence system against incoming asteroids: Bob McDonald
- No call for national inquiry in MPs' report on aboriginal women read comments video
- Spring break 2014: When it starts across the country read comments
- Malaysia Airlines loses contact with jet carrying 239 people
- Tensions ease after Crimean military post standoff, says local PM
- Former Mountie charged with 8 sex assaults against youths
- Condom piercer loses Supreme Court appeal
- Shipbuilding memo shows more delays, cost overruns
- Boy who drowned in Taylor Creek survived near drowning last year
- Fireball explodes over Yellowknife
- Unemployment: Older workers waiting for the revolution
- Ukraine crisis leads to Canada expelling Russian soldiers
- Inability to enjoy music recognized as a brain condition
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Quebec Votes 2014
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- Pauline Marois English debate offer revised
- A group of English media has sent another request the Parti Québécois leader, inviting her to participate in an English-language debate in French with simultaneous translation.
- Marois dismisses 26,000 lost jobs as 'normal'
- Parti Québécois leader Pauline Marois today dismissed as "normal" new figures from Statistics Canada that reveal a loss of 26,000 jobs in Quebec last month.
- Liberal maritime strategy eyes free trade with Europe
- Quebec's Liberal Party is promising to invest billions in ports, shipyards and other maritime infrastructure along the St. Lawrence River in order to position the province as the primary point of entry for goods coming to Canada under a future free trade agreement with the European Union.
- CBC readers discuss older workers staying in the workforce by Community Team Mar. 7, 2014 7:29 PM An analysis piece by Don Pittis looks at how older workers are increasingly waiting for the "revolution" that would see them being an active part of the workforce into their sixties and seventies. Many CBCNews.ca readers were receptive to continuing to work.