Beloved Canadian singer Rita MacNeil did not die from a hospital-acquired infection, the Cape Breton District Health Authority says in response to an article published in the Globe and Mail newspaper on Friday.
The collapse of a garment building in Bangladesh that killed more than 300 people has renewed concerns about the conditions of workers who make clothing for some of the biggest brands in the world. It has also led to questions about what consumers can do to determine whether their clothing is made in a sweatshop.
The factory disaster in Bangladesh forces us to realize that our search for cheap and cheerful fashions, or something as mundane as socks and t-shirts, is directly connected to the misery of others, Don Pittis writes.
The local government in China's restive northwestern region of Xinjiang says that a clash between authorities and assailants has left 21 people dead in what it describes as an act of terrorism.
Guatemala's highest court on Tuesday ordered that the genocide trial against one of the Central American country's former dictators be taken over by a judge who wants the proceedings to go back to Square 1.
Six people were taken to hospital with minor injuries after a Royal Canadian Navy frigate was struck by a U.S. fishing trawler near CFB Esquimalt on Vancouver Island.
Whether it's Justin Bieber or the Rolling Stones, fans today have to shell out big money for concert tickets. What's the reason for high ticket prices?
Toronto police claimed a partial victory Tuesday after arresting a man believed to have been involved in a violent weekend bank robbery that left two people wounded.
The RCMP had been following one of the two suspects accused of trying to carry out an al-Qaeda supported plot to derail a Via passenger train for almost a year, CBC News has learned. Officers tracked Chiheb Esseghaier on an Air Canada flight to Cancun in 2012.
Two weeks after their daughter died following months of alleged online harassment, the family of Rehtaeh Parsons sat down with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and urged him to ban the distribution of intimate images online under the Criminal Code of Canada.
France has legalized gay marriage following a wrenching national debate that exposed deep conservatism in the nation's heartland and triggered huge rallies that tapped into anti-government discontent. Within hours, protesters and police clashed.
At the trial of three teenaged girls accused of forcing other teens into prostitution, a defence lawyer accused an Ottawa woman of willingly working as a prostitute because of the money she could earn.
Apple Inc. reported better than expected second quarter profits on Tuesday as iPhone and iPad sales topped market forecasts. It also raised its dividend and dramatically boosted its share buyback program.
The former navigation officer who was in charge of the Queen of the North ferry when it struck an island and sank sobbed in a Vancouver court during his second day of testimony.
New details emerged today from U.S. officials and family members about how the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects may have been swayed by a radical, anti-American strain of Islam. A U.S. senator said they had been radicalized by sources on the web, not through direct contact with terror groups.
Speaker Andrew Scheer left the door open for backbench MPs to continue pressing for greater freedom to speak their minds in the House of Commons, but rejected a Conservative MP's complaint his privileges had been infringed.
Want to spend the rest of your life on Mars? Mars One, which plans to send humans to establish a permanent settlement on Mars in 2023, began accepting online applications this week.
The lawyer of a Toronto suspect accused of trying to carry out an al-Qaeda supported plot to derail a Via passenger train says his client will "defend himself vigorously" against the charges.
A Winnipeg woman is one step closer to dying today, thanks to a Swiss physician who has confirmed that she is psychologically prepared for the end.
A senior Israeli military intelligence official has accused Syrian President Bashar al-Assad of using chemical weapons last month in his battle against insurgent groups.
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