Two former CSIS directors say that the indictment against a suspect in a foiled assassination attempt reinforces allegations that agents of the Indian government are connected to
The House of Commons has unanimously adopted a Bloc Quebecois motion that denounces a paper suggesting Christmas statutory holidays are "systemic religious discrimination."
LOY-001, a drug being developed by a San Francisco based biotech company, aims to extend the lifespan of large dogs and maintain their quality of life as they age.
The House of Commons health committee is echoing long-standing calls from plastic surgeons and patient advocates for a national breast-implant registry.
A nationwide suicide prevention hotline is now available to Canadians struggling with mental health challenges with the launch a new three-digit helpline.
As big bank earnings continue, RBC and CIBC both reported higher profits in the fourth quarter and hiked their payout to shareholders.
TD Bank says its profit and revenues were lower year-over-year in its fourth fiscal quarter, missing analyst expectations, but it raised its quarterly dividend.
Canada's economy shrank in the third quarter of the year, StatCan data shows, but the country has remained clear of a technical recession so far.
The massive fortress-style building in Cape Breton, which was built in 1992, is listed as a "single-family" property type and comes fully furnished with all its decors.
More than half of Canadians nearing retirement age will likely have to make sacrifices to their personal lifestyles as they exit the workforce, a Deloitte Canada report finds.