- Marlene Bird's Story Graphic journalist illustrates homeless woman's story
Marlene Bird's Story
Graphic journalist illustrates homeless woman's story
- CSIS to be given 'power to disrupt,' not arrest, in new anti-terror bill video
- Canada's spy agency is to be given a host of new powers aimed at blocking and disrupting potential extremists. They are to be part of a sweeping new anti-terror package to be unveiled Friday. Chris Hall has details.
- Organ donation ethics: How health-care workers decide who gets a transplant
- With organs a scare commodity for the many patients needing transplants, doctors are forced into making tough decisions that sometimes determine who gets to live.
- Layoff shock: How employers can soften the blow
- Some Tim Hortons workers may have felt blindsided by recent layoffs, but management experts say abrupt announcements are the norm. What companies can improve on, they say, is what happens as employees are going out the door.
- New Truck-stop health care fills a void for drivers, farmers in U.S.
- Dr. Rob Marsh practises in a more tranquil setting compared to his days with the U.S. military's elite Delta Force unit - a job that took him to Somalia and other health-care hot spots. Now he has a clinic at a truck stop in Virginia that serves truckers and farmers, who don't always have easy access to care.
- Tim Hortons confirms 350 layoffs as workers say they were blindsided
- Two days after news of mass layoffs at Tim Hortons broke, the company finally confirmed late Thursday how many people were laid off, telling CBC News that about 350 lost their jobs this week.
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