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After tax haven controversies, province weighs corporate registry law
The New Brunswick government is looking at a proposal to require corporations in the province to reveal who their owners are, as part of an initiative pushed by the federal government in the wake of recent controversies about offshore tax havens.
Sudbury to host Women's March Canada
The co-organizer of the Women’s March Canada event that will take place in Sudbury says she wants to keep the momentum of women’s rights moving forward.
What do students think of Prom Queen: The Musical?
Amid the outcry about two London, Ont., school boards pulling funding for a production of Prom Queen: The Musical, we asked students what they think of the decision.
Can #MeToo movement do harm? Ansari story raises question
The #MeToo movement has been embraced by legions of women as a vital step toward countering widespread sexual abuse and misconduct. This week, more so than at any point in the movement's brief history, there's visceral discussion about its potential for causing harm.
Tim Hortons franchise owners tell workers to blame Wynne for benefit cuts and to 'not vote Liberal'
(Live at 4:00 am ET) Alpine World Cup on CBC: Women's Downhill
Huawei's latest attempt to enter U.S. worries lawmakers — but Canada doesn't share its concern
Health minister's Twitter account highlights cost of government tweeting
THE FIFTH ESTATE
Soulpepper kept previous sex harassment scandal quiet for 19 months
Coolest cars at Detroit auto show, according to CBC's teen correspondent
Drone's-eye view of flood damage helps crews tackling repairs
Inuk actor Natar Ungalaaq has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for the film Iqaluit
Judge rules today on criminal charges against Dalton McGuinty aides
Halifax couple out over $6K after rodent feces, urine ruin storage locker items
Salmon smolt falling prey to bass as they leave Miramichi River
2 men were responsible for more than half of Saskatoon's recent break-ins, mail theft: police
Big changes proposed for Yonge Street in Willowdale, but will council agree?
Another warmer than normal day in store for Ottawa
'It's a lifelong dream': Bonshaw family wins top award for dairy farmers in Canada
Work along Rideau Canal to close pathways
New owner of Royal Albert Arms isn't ruling out reviving famed music venue