Quebec to table charter of values that bans veils, yarmulke, crosses
A controversial secular charter of values would ban obvious religious symbols from Quebec's government buildings and their employees.
Toronto Mayor Ford admits, 'Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine' and will not resign (VIDEO)
'Yes I have smoked crack cocaine. Probably in one of my drunken stupors,' Toronto Mayor Rob Ford told reporters.
BlackBerry shares plunge after smartphone maker calls off sale, CEO resigns
The Canadian smartphone maker announced a revised investment deal involving a $1 billion private placement of convertible debt.
"Crack-O-Lanterns" caught at Montreal airport
Woman is caught with three pumpkins stuffed with cocaine on Halloween by Montreal airport officials.
Mayor Rob Ford says he has no reason to resign after police find alleged crack video (VIDEOS)
'I have no reason to resign,' Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said after police said they had a video that allegedly shows him smoking crack.
David Beckham to own MLS franchise in Miami, reports say
The Associated Press says former England international David Beckham to own new MLS team in Miami.
World's first bitcoin ATM opens in Vancouver coffee shop (VIDEO)
Waves coffee shop chosen by Bitcoiniacs, a Vancouver-based bitcoin company, for location of world's first bitcoin ATM.
Exposure to traffic pollution a health risk for third of Canadians
About 10 million Canadians are exposed to elevated levels of traffic-related air pollution.
Interspecies love: The 30 most unlikely, adorable animal pairs
They say you can't choose your family. But these animals did.
Canada, EU trade deal beats America's stalled TTIP to the punch
Canada the only G8 nation to claim trade deals with United States, Europe -- or about 800 million consumers.
Baby born on Ottawa jail cell floor in 2012 dies
A baby boy born on the cement floor of a jail cell at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre in September 2012 died in hospital on Sunday.
Canada's Alice Munro wins Nobel Literature Prize
She is just the 13th woman to win the coveted award, and the first Canadian.
Lessons for the Canadians as they mourn BlackBerry’s demise
Commentary: Change and competitors can disrupt the monopoly of even mighty innovative products.
Canada spied on Brazil energy ministry
Canada spied on communications at Brazil's Mining and Energy Ministry, according to Canadian intelligence documents revealed late Sunday by Globo television.
BlackBerry lost nearly $1 billion in second quarter, or the lousy end to a hell week
Canadian smartphone maker Blackberry confirms it lost $965 million in the second quarter.
'You Retard' bottle cap causes Coca-Cola to pull promotion
Coca-Cola Canada has pulled a promotion that paired randomly generated English and French words under bottle caps after an Edmonton woman got one that said 'you retard.'
BlackBerry plans deep job cuts as new phone launches: report
Sources tell Wall Street Journal that Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry cutting 40% of workers.
Dating website closes after using photo of dead teen Retaeh Parsons for Facebook ad
Retaeh Parsons, 17, died in April after a suicide attempt following months of cyber-bullying after an alleged sexual assault.
Train and bus collide in Ottawa; at least 6 dead, many injured critically
Television images showed that the front of the red double-decker bus appeared to have been sliced off by the collision at a level crossing in Canada's capital city.
Ikea monkey Darwin staying in zoo, Toronto judge rules
Darwin the Japanese macaque appeared in a Toronto Ikea dressed in shearling coat and diapers last December.
'Up' aviator Jonathan Trappe tries to cross Atlantic suspended by hundreds of helium balloons, fails
American aviator Jonathan Trappe made for a fantastic sight when he tried to cross the Atlantic suspended from 370 helium-filled balloons, but he didn't make it far.
Oil that exploded in Canada rail disaster was mis-labeled
Explosion from runaway train disaster in Lac Megantic, Quebec, killed 47 people and destroyed the entire downtown.
Polar bear attacks Canadian man who escapes using cell phone
"I heard he was bit in the ass," said one local resident.
ATMs that allow you to exchange cash for Bitcoins coming to Canada this fall
5 Bitcoin kiosks, similar to ATMs, are coming to Canada, with the first machine expected to land in Vancouver in early October.
Keystone decision not likely until 2014; senators urge end to delays
Officials pouring over 1 million public comments on $7B Keystone XL pipeline from northern Canada to Gulf refineries.
27 Hell's Angels members plead guilty to murder conspiracy in Canada
Twenty-seven members of the Hell's Angels biker gang in Canada pleaded guilty on Friday to reduced charges of conspiracy to commit murder.
Federal appeals court upholds California's ban on foie gras sales
New York, Canadian farmers had asked judge to suspend ban during court action.
Does world's 'responsibility to protect' civilians justify a Syria strike?
The architects of the UN's 'Responsibility to Protect' doctrine say it gives countries a mandate to attack Syria in order to stop mass atrocities.
Toronto mayor admits to marijuana habit
Controversial Toronto mayor Rob Ford admits to smoking "a lot" of marijuana, although he says he no longer partakes.
Colombia's ELN rebels free Canadian geologist
Jernoc Wobert was seized on Jan. 18 in northern Bolivar province along with two Peruvian and three Colombian miners.
Grizzly bear eats black bear on Banff hiking trail
The Sundance Canyon Trail in Banff National Park has reopened after a large male grizzly bear ate a black bear that apparently got in its way.