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This 100-year-old Quebecer is still volunteering in his community and has no plans to stop - Tue, 05 Mar 2024 04:00:00 EST
An elderly man looks at the camera. He is standing in his home. Behind him is a lamp and painting.

Louis Pagé, in Brome Lake Que., started volunteering in the 1990s. Weeks after he turned 100 in February, he’s still at it.

Fake websites for real companies are scamming Canadian consumers and businesses - Tue, 05 Mar 2024 04:00:00 EST
A fake website displays Stetson hats for sale.

Companies and anti-fraud professionals are warning consumers to watch for fake listings on search engines that redirect people to fraudulent versions of familiar companies and brands.

Three new polls suggest a growing number of Canadians want more money spent on defence - Tue, 05 Mar 2024 03:00:00 EST
A Canadian soldier in combat gear and camo makeup is shown in profile.

Three new public opinion surveys suggest Canadians are growing more concerned about the state of the country's military — and about Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump's threats to abandon allies who don't invest in defence.

Day school survivor asks Supreme Court to intervene in settlement agreement with Ottawa - Tue, 05 Mar 2024 04:00:00 EST
Jessie Waldron, a survivor of the Indian day school system who has asked the Supreme Court of Canada to step in because she says the federal government, the claims administrator and the law firm that struck the 2019 settlement agreement on behalf of survivors have failed to represent their best interests. 

A Cree survivor of the federal Indian day school system is asking Canada's top court to intervene in a multibillion-dollar settlement agreement amid allegations survivors have been shortchanged and retraumatized by the compensation process, CBC News has learned.

Hamilton paralyzed by ransomware attack, city services down since last week, officials say - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 17:48:53 EST
A city building seen from outside on a sunny day.

City manager Marnie Cluckie named the nature of the cyber attack for the first time during a virtual call Monday afternoon, alongside Mayor Andrea Horwath. The call was the city's first media conference since the breach began on Feb. 25. 

10 measles cases identified in Quebec, 7 in Montreal, public health officials say - Sun, 10 Dec 2023 04:04:20 EST
A man wearing a suit is speaking while seated in front of Quebec flags.

Apple to pay up to $14.4M in iPhone throttling settlement approved by B.C. judge - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 12:47:46 EST
Two iPhones are set down on a pink-coloured surface.

A B.C. Supreme Court judge has approved a proposed maximum $14.4 million settlement from Apple to eligible members of a class-action lawsuit that accused the company of deliberately providing software updates that slowed its iPhone 6 and 7 models.

RCMP lay terrorism charges against Edmonton city hall shooting suspect - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 11:53:12 EST
Police tape in front of a building with a glass pyramid and a clock tower.

A security guard alleged to have fired shots and thrown Molotov cocktails in Edmonton city hall in January is now facing terrorism-related charges, RCMP announced Monday.

Chrystia Freeland to present federal budget on April 16 - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 11:35:34 EST
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland responds to a question during a weekly news conference

Canadians will get a look at the state of federal finances when Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland tables her budget next month.

Quebec greenlights X gender markers for driver's licences, health cards in policy U-turn - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 08:33:11 EST
screen asking to select your gender between the options female, male and X.

In a surprise decision, the Quebec government has approved X gender markers on provincial driver's licences and health cards for trans and non-binary people.

Did you get a text with your SIN that claims to be from Canada Revenue Agency? It's a scam - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 07:00:00 EST
Person holding cell phone over a keyboard.

Tax season is here and with it, a new scam. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre says it involves a text message, containing a person's name and personal info, that appears to come from the Canada Revenue Agency. The warning comes as Ontario Provincial Police launch Anti-Fraud Prevention Month.

This man, 92, thought he ordered a collector's coin. $1,000 later, the coins kept coming - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 04:00:00 EST
An elderly man with grey hair and wearing glasses is holding onto a clear plastic bag containing a silver coin.

Lloyd Walker of St. John's says he was charged nearly $100 every time a Bradford Exchange coin comes in the mail. Despite writing the company, the charges continued until late December.

Retired N.B. scientist to launch balloon for high-altitude view of solar eclipse - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 05:00:00 EST
A man looking through some binoculars.

David Hunter's hometown of Florenceville-Bristol is in the path of totality for the eclipse April 8, but he wanted more than the front-row seat he already has. So he built a balloon-borne telescope.

They were supposed to get a new train station. Instead, these Toronto residents are 'staring at a hole in the ground' - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 04:00:00 EST
An empty lot is fenced off. In the background a green commuter train rolls by.

South Etobicoke residents say they're angry as they stare down the prospect of even longer delays to the Mimico GO station redevelopment after the project collapsed due to the developer's financial and legal problems.

Humpback whale numbers fall 20% but scientists aren't worried yet - Mon, 04 Mar 2024 05:00:03 EST
The mouth of a humpback whale is seen emerging from still water, with mountains and islands in the background. The mouth has scales and barnacles on it.

A sprawling international study of humpback whales in the northern Pacific has found their population has shrunk significantly since 2012 — despite the once-endangered species' remarkable comeback from the brink of extinction. 

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