Report paints grim picture of Fukushima-scale nuclear accident in Pickering. A Fukushima-scale nuclear incident at Pickering plant would mean the loss of 154,000 Toronto-area homes for up to 100 years, says an environmental group.
CBC Investigates U of Regina suspects 'significant' number of students cheated in law and ethics class. Academic dishonesty once again flagged in faculty of engineering
'What are we supposed to do?' Confusion over defence rights in rural Sask.Gerald Stanley's acquittal in death of Colten Boushie looms over RCMP consultations on rural crime
Alberta premier threatens to turn off oil taps in B.C. dispute. EDMONTON -- Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is threatening to turn off the oil taps in a fight with British Columbia over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Notley won't say if she would cut off B.C. or the rest of Canada -- or both -- but says her government is ready to pass legislation to make it happen.
Scientists haven't seen any North Atlantic right whale calves in usual areas. At least 18 North Atlantic right whales have been found dead in the last year in Canada and the U.S.
Analysis Oil, water and wine: Escalating Alberta-B.C. feud threatens future of Trans Mountain pipeline Dispute between provinces has escalated in recent days.
By Tony Seskus, CBC News Posted: Feb 07, 2018 4:00 AM ET| Last Updated: Feb 08, 2018 12:39 AM ET
Alberta premier threatens economic retaliation against B.C. over bitumen restrictionsl'We will, in fact, be taking them to court as quickly as possible if they don't back down,' Rachel Notley says. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has threatened to retaliate economically against what she called an "unconstitutional" move by the B.C. government to delay construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Notley has already vowed to take legal action against the B.C. government, which on Tuesday proposed new restrictions on shipments of bitumen that would flow through the expanded pipeline from Alberta to the West Coast.
Tim Hortons heirs cut paid breaks and worker benefits after minimum wage hike, employees say
Local casino workers union stunned by BCLCS $5,000 freedom of information search fee. A union that requested B.C. Lottery Corporation records concerning anti-money laundering compliance at casinos including River Rock in Richmond, is prepared to challenge a “prohibitively high” $500,000 search fee. Unite Here, the union that made the request under B.C.'s freedom of information laws ...
Sherman, found dead in North York home. Pharmaceutical giant 'deeply shocked and saddened'Canadian pharmaceutical giant Apotex has confirmed its founder Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey Sherman, are dead, amid reports that two bodies were found in their Toronto home.
Stolen donations, tax fraud, abusive priests: Lawsuit alleges corruption among Greek Orthodox church leaders.
TD Canada Trust backs down, releases family's $846K inheritance. TD Canada Trust has apologized to an Ontario family and released more than $846,000, hours after CBC News reported that their original bank draft had been lost by UPS.
'Visible minority' now meaningless term in Metro Vancouver where whites have become the minority by a slight degree.
The cost of dairy, baked goods, meats and seafood is expected to rise by up to two per cent, while fruits and nuts are forecast to rise by one to three per cent.The other category where consumers are expected to pay significantly more is vegetables -- as much as four to six per cent extra because of climate woes like the La Nina weather phenomenon, bringing drought conditions to the United States.
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