The 10 global cities with the best infrastructure
With pristine mass transit and well organized roads, these cities are the commuter's dream.
On Toronto's Rob Ford: How the mayor has fallen
Rob Ford is the larger-than-life boss of Canada’s biggest city. Here’s how a string of follies and a minor offense tumbled him.
Canadian judge hears $19 billion Ecuador lawsuit case
A Canadian judge has been left skeptical about enforcing $19 billion Ecuador lawsuit against Chevron.
Spaun, simulated human brain built by Canadian scientists, thinks like a human (VIDEO)
Virtual model of brain can recognize numbers, do math and even pass reasoning tests.
Pierre Duhaime, ex-head of SNC-Lavalin, arrested
Quebec police arrested Wednesday the ex-head of construction giant SNC-Lavalin, Pierre Duhaime, on charges of fraud.
Nintendo to roll out Wii Mini, but only in Canada
Wii Mini is pared-down version of the original.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford kicked out of office by Canadian judge
Mayor Rob Ford had staff solicit $3,150 for his charity from people lobbying City of Toronto.
Mixing grapefruit juice and some drugs can be deadly
Canadian scientists have warned that mixing grapefruit juice with certain prescription drugs can be deadly.
Canadian Mark Carney to lead Bank of England when Mervyn King steps down
Canadian central bank chief Mark Carney will lead the Bank of England when Mervyn King steps down next year.
Grey Cup, Canada’s Super Bowl, turns 100 years old (VIDEO)
Toronto Argonauts beat Calgary Stampeders in Canadian Football League championship game.
Justin Bieber medal ceremony has Canadians aghast
Pop star receives Queen's Medal from prime minister dressed like out-of-work rapper. Or farmer.
London mayor charged with fraud
London, Ontario Mayor Joe Fontana is charged with fraud.
Bob Erb: Marijuana Party millionaire after lottery win
Canadian man Bob Erb, a candidate for the Marijuana Party, won $25M lottery prize.
Malala Yousafzai should win Nobel Peace Prize, petition says
Tens of thousands have signed a petition calling for Malala Yousafzai to win Nobel Peace Prize.
Inside Montreal’s mafia wars
A graft probe and a string of killings in Quebec’s biggest city are exposing deep mob connections.
What Obama's win means to the rest of the world
Most people around the globe are happy that Barack Obama won, but the thrill they felt in 2008 has faded.
Canadians' love affair with Obama endures
Canadians are 18 months away from electing a Conservative government more akin to Republican red than Democratic blue — yet they seem to love President Barack Obama.
Halloween brawl inside Toronto restaurant goes viral (VIDEO)
One woman needed stitches after man throws plate in her face during Halloween brawl at Toronto restaurant.
Lindsey Vonn skiing against men will have to wait, FIS says
A four-time World Cup champion, Vonn had asked FIS to compete against the men in Lake Louise, Alberta.
NBA schedule, Hurricane Sandy avoiding each other so far
NBA promising to hold 3 games opening night, but Hurricane Sandy could still threaten Knicks-Nets on Thursday.
Tsunami hits Hawaii after earthquake strikes off Canadian west coast
Hawaii was hit by a tsunami on Saturday night after a 7.7-magnitude earthquake struck Canada's Pacific coast province of British Columbia.
Imran Khan interrogated by US immigration over drone stance
Imran Khan, cricketer-turned-politician, was reportedly pulled from a flight to New York and questioned about US drones in Pakistan.
'Millennium Bomber' Ahmed Ressam sentenced to 37 years for pre-9/11 plot
Algerian-born Ahmed Ressam wanted to blow up LAX during new millennium celebrations.
Canadian doctors call for warning labels on junk food
Would you still reach for those chips and cookies if they came in a box with a warning label?
Speeding mother races 131 mph without kids in carseats
Toronto woman, 29, clocked at double speed limit as kids bounce around in car.
Sayfildin Tahir Sharif, Iraqi-born Canadian citizen, faces extradition to the US
Sayfildin Tahir Sharif, a Canadian born in Iraq, should be extradited to the US on terrorism and murder charges, a judge in Edmonton, Alberta, has ruled.
Banana Boat recall: Sunscreen pulled due to fire risk
Banana Boat recalls 23 brands of sunscreen mist over the risk of starting skin on fire.
Amanda Todd tributes pour in after bullied teen's suicide (VIDEO)
Organizers say 40 anti-bullying vigils planned after Amanda Todd, 15, committed suicide.
Kateri Tekakwitha, 'Lily of the Mohawks,' to be canonized a Catholic saint on Sunday
Kateri Tekakwitha, a Mohawk woman who lived more than 300 years ago, will become the first-ever Native American saint in a ceremony at the Vatican.
Air Canada flight crew, passengers help rescue stranded Aussie sailor
Passengers, crew aboard Air Canada Boeing 777 help locate yacht listing off Australian coastline.
Canada closes border with US after guard is shot
Officials said that the Douglas border crossing had been closed after the incident, which occurred around 2 pm local time.