Hundreds of police officers are combing properties across southern Ontario gathering evidence and using forensic analysis to try to figure out how Tim Bosma wound up dead, while his family is struggling to understand why.
Watch proceedings from the Jodi Arias murder trial, as prosecutors argue she should face the death penalty while the defence tries to convince the jury to recommend Arias spend life in prison for the murder of Travis Alexander.
Ten tornadoes touched down in several small communities in Texas overnight, leaving at least six people dead, dozens injured and hundreds homeless. Emergency responders were still searching for missing people Thursday afternoon.
Consumers facing a looming strike by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) are working on contingency plans to avoid a dry Victoria Day long weekend.
The audit of Senator Mike Duffy's travel and housing expense claims shows he was on Senate business for two days during the 2011 election but an invoice from Duffy shows he was campaigning and seeking reimbursement from Conservative candidates.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper told an audience in New York City today that the Keystone XL pipeline "needs to go ahead" and he laid out the reasons why it should be approved by the American government.
Dignitaries and politicians were among those who got a sneak preview today of the giant panda exhibit that will formally open at the Toronto Zoo this weekend.
An engine-fire scare sent a Cuba-bound plane leased by Sunwing with seven crew members and no passengers aboard back to Halifax Stanfield International Airport, just minutes after takeoff early today.
The unexpected victory by Christy Clark and her Liberal Party in B.C.'s provincial election has renewed the divisive debate over pipelines.
Telus has agreed to purchase wireless upstart and rival Mobilicity for $380 million, with approval of the deal still requiring regulatory approval.
In his first news conference on Earth after five months in space, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield described the first smells of 'home,' what it feels like to readjust to gravity, and why he put so much energy into connecting with the public in space.
CBC News has learned from a confidential source that RCMP are investigating a number of senior employees of SNC-Lavalin International Inc. over who knew about and who approved alleged bribes paid through a secret accounting system for projects in Africa and Asia.
A 10-year-old Washington state boy was sentenced on Wednesday to up to 5½ years in a juvenile detention facility for his role in a foiled plot to rape and kill a girl at his school and harm other children.
David Beckham, who recently won a league title in a fourth country with Paris Saint-Germain, announced Thursday he will retire from professional soccer at the end of the season.
The Conservative Party says it did not pay back Senator Mike Duffy's living expenses on his behalf, following a report that the senator was given some financial help in exchange for offering to reimburse more than $90,000.
A division of Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin has for years used a secret internal accounting code that former employees say was for bribes on projects across Africa and Asia, a joint investigation by CBC News and the Globe and Mail has found.
Dellen Millard, already accused in the disappearance of Tim Bosma, was charged today with first-degree murder when he appeared in a Hamilton court. Bosma's remains were found more than a week after he went on a test drive of his truck with two people who answered an online ad.
The average price of a Canadian home inched slightly higher to $380,588 in April, even as a decline in the number of homes sold suggested a modest real estate slowdown is underway.
Incoming premier Christy Clark may have won another mandate for the Liberal Party to govern B.C., but she still has to fight for a seat in the legislature.
Jodi Arias heads back to court as jurors consider whether the death penalty should be an option for sentencing the former waitress after convicting her of first-degree murder last week.
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