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4 dead in Hydro One helicopter crash in Tweed, Ont.

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 13:26:38 EST


Four Hydro One employees performing maintenance work on hydro lines died when their helicopter crashed on a rural property in eastern Ontario Thursday afternoon.

Canadians owe $1.71 for every dollar of disposable income they have — a new record high

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 10:18:43 EST


Canadians owe $1.71 for every dollar of disposable income they had in the third quarter of 2017, the highest amount on record.

Veterans brace for battle and disappointment as pension decision looms

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 20:05:12 EST


The Liberal government is expected to announce a complicated overhaul of the system of veterans benefits system in an effort to deliver on its promise of giving wounded ex-soldiers "an option" of lifetime pensions.

16-year-old survivor of Fond-du-Lac plane crash thought he 'was going to die'

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 10:21:42 EST


Willie John Laurent says one of the last things he remembers before Wednesday night's plane crash in Saskatchewan was it turning sideways in the air and the people aboard screaming.

Canada's electronic spy agency and military get new orders to prevent sharing information gained by torture

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 12:18:51 EST


The Liberal government has issued a new directive to restrict Canada's electronic spy agency, the military and the foreign ministry from using — or passing along — information that may have been derived by torture carried out by other countries.

Ex-husband forged documents to hide millions in B.C. divorce case

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:24:50 EST


A woman who was earning just $900 a month working in a hotel laundry while her then-husband concealed a fortune has been awarded nearly $1.3 million in spousal support.

Policies weren't followed in fatal Edmonton boxing match, report finds

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 14:14:12 EST


Some policies of the Edmonton Combative Sports Commission “were not followed” for the June boxing match that resulted in the death of fighter Tim Hague, a report released Thursday shows.

Montreal mosque members dispute claim they wanted women barred from construction site on Fridays

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 06:30:00 EST


With doubts being cast on allegations that a Montreal mosque asked that female workers not be visible at the nearby construction site on Fridays, those who attend the mosque say the damage is already done.

Mother pleads for return of stolen photos showing daughter who died of cancer

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 14:18:09 EST


Photos of woman who died this past summer are all that's left of family photos from a trip to New Zealand years ago. The actual album was destroyed by a flood.

Phoenix pay system leaves N.S. worker struggling to pay bills

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 14:16:00 EST


Unpaid bills and stress are building up for Brian Wilson, a corrections worker in Truro, N.S., who hasn’t been paid in a month.

Quebec needs law to protect media from police spying, inquiry finds

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 11:06:25 EST


Quebec needs better legislation to shield journalists from police surveillance techniques, which routinely gather more information than needed, a provincial commission of inquiry has found.

Sixties Scoop survivor not eligible for settlement says more victims 'need to be involved'

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 07:00:00 EST


A survivor the Sixties Scoop who now lives in Thunder Bay, Ont., says more victims of the forced relocation of Indigenous children need to be compensated and have their stories heard.

Morneau's small business tax changes promise simpler rules for income sprinkling

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 12:10:07 EST


The federal government has unveiled its new proposal to curb "income sprinkling" by some small business owners to family members, with substantive changes to a much-criticized initial proposal unveiled in the summer.

Principals sounded alarm over defibrillators after boy's death

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 05:00:00 EST


Dozens of principals with Ottawa's largest school board flagged potentially serious problems with defibrillators in their schools months after the death of an eight-year-old boy who went into cardiac arrest during recess, CBC News has learned.

Grief for Saskatchewan foster mom after Grinch makes off with Christmas treasures

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 20:00:00 EST


A foster mother to five children in Prince Albert, Sask., says her heart sank when a Grinch stole her van that was carrying Christmas presents for her kids and an anniversary gift for her husband.

Woman faces 5 charges after Etobicoke attack leaves baby in critical condition

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 07:53:45 EST


A woman has been charged with five counts, including attempted murder, after a four-month-old girl and a man were allegedly assaulted and stabbed Wednesday morning in west Toronto.

Home sales rise to November record as average price hits $504,000

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:36:28 EST


Last month was the busiest November for Canadian home sales on record, despite a slowdown in activity in the Greater Toronto Area.

Man accused in baseball bat attack is Toronto lawyer with influential roots

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 18:15:57 EST


CBC News has learned the man charged in connection with a baseball bat attack on an immigrant family is a Toronto personal injury lawyer and the great-grandson of former Toronto mayor Nathan Phillips.

Feeding China's appetite for jellyfish would take food from turtles, group warns

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 05:00:00 EST


Environmental concerns are being raised as the Nova Scotia government explores the potential for a commercial jellyfish fishery to feed the ravenous Chinese seafood market.

Research lacking on medical pot, ample evidence of harms: doctors' groups

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:02:00 EST


There is little to no research to support the supposed benefits of medical cannabis, and what evidence exists suggests that using marijuana as medicine may do more harm than good, family doctors' associations across Canada are telling their members.